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Will the elite attack india and china first in the depopulation agenda?

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posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 11:25 AM
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Lets face it, india and china have above a billion people. India will overtake china very soon with an astronomical amount of people living there and there is absolutly no hope of either of them stopping since to them: more kids=more income.
This global depopulation agenda is so flawed! Why are they concentrating so hard on europe and the U.S when in the east the numbers are increasing by the millions! I doubt the elite are this stupid.




posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 12:15 PM
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Well, no.

They already have been attacking Africa for quite some time.

Although India is the biggest problem right now as far as pro-overpopulation proponents go.

China has it's population issue under complete control now, they are not exactly what I would consider a problem.

India however, is getting way out of control and the issue is in a downward spiral.

So yes India is next on the proverbial chopping block.

I hope things turn out for the good though and we can solve this without having to kill anyone.



posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 12:18 PM
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Originally posted by Interryanmilan
Lets face it, india and china have above a billion people. India will overtake china very soon with an astronomical amount of people living there and there is absolutly no hope of either of them stopping since to them: more kids=more income.
This global depopulation agenda is so flawed! Why are they concentrating so hard on europe and the U.S when in the east the numbers are increasing by the millions! I doubt the elite are this stupid.


According to John Titor, they'll depopulate them with a nuclear war with Pakistan.
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[edit on 18-6-2009 by MegaCurious]



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