reply to post by JayinAR
Just wanted to add for effect... anyone else realize that just the other day CNN and the likes carried a story enough so that I noticed it about how
"Prominent Scientists Have Released a Study Showing that the World is Overpopulated?"
Technically the world is not over populated but it has an excess of population in the wrong geographical locations.
So you can better understand this dilema I am going to provide some background.
First the Powers that Be, it's a phrase that comes up a lot that a lot of people have conflicting oppinions about, whether they really exist, what
extent their true power is politically and economically, who they really are, if in fact they exist, what their real goals and agendas are, and
whether they are truly evil or a force for the betterment of the planet are all things that people on ATS and other places love to argue about.
To best understand the Powers that Be try to look at the Eart as a Terranium, a closed ecosystem that has to be managed to support the life inside of
As the industrial age began to take off a small group of wealthy and entrepenurial men and families realized that for populations to grow and sustain
themselves it would require emerging technologies and natural resources.
There goal was to monopolize both by trying to control and own as much of the world's natural resources and as much of the emerging technologies in
as few as hands as possible so they could enjoy a hedgemony over the world and control the logistical infrastructure that gets resources from their
point of origins over the transportation network through the warehouses onto store shelves and into your home and to profit off of each step to the
greatest extent that they could.
Let's say something is invented for the very first time that requires boxite for the very first time. The mission is to sit on the technology while
you quietly go around the globe buying and securing all the known sources of boxite.
Now ideally where you have found boxite there are people living close by that can be hired or forced to mine it. That's step one getting it out of
the ground. Step two is manufacturing the product and your next variable becomes are there enough people living close by to manufacture the product
too. Does this population possess the skills to manufacture the product is your next question. How far away are the materials needed to build the
manufacturing facility is your next question. Is there an existing transportation network to get those materials close to the mine to build a
manufacturing facility. Is there skilled labor in the area that can actually build it. How long will it take what will be the cost, is it cheaper to
put the manufacturing facility here, or is it cheaper to transport the raw material to another location where skilled labor exists and materials to
build a manufacturing facility exist. If there aren't enough people in the locale you have no choice.
Now you have created employment opportunities in this local, the people are productive, their labor pays for their own keep. If you need a 100 workers
and the local community has a 1,000 people that need jobs you have an excess of population here at this spot. The 100 workers with paychecks will end
up causing a few of the other 900 to create small businesses of their own to sell products and services to earn part of their paychecks. Lets say
farmers, resturaunts, and basic good retailers can employ another 200 people off of the circulating wealth you have created by giving the first 100
jobs. Now you have an excess population of 700 people. There are no other raw materials to employ them in mining. The farming operations provide
enough food for the 300 people who are working and make money. The existing shops are all self sustaining off of the 300 people who work and make
The excess 700 people are now 'Worthless Eaters' they have no purpose and no function beyond living and breathing and taking up space.
There is tillable land to grow food for them, but they have no money to buy it.
The cost of creating more jobs for the 700 people is not cost effective, and counterproductive to your bottom line. You own the mine and have stock in
most of the towns businesses to recoup some of your wages and everythign is self sustaining up to this point, you have billions even trillions of
dollars at your disposal but there are no other industries or resources right here that earn you a worthwhile return on building or creating or
Some where else in the world there are 700 jobs available but these people don't speak that language, have no money to get there, and have families
and roots here, and there are 700 people already where those jobs are who will eventually want them.
You have 700 hundred worthless eaters on your hands.
You in essence let them starve and live a hand to mouth existence because they really have no value to you.
Now back in 1976 Democratic President Jimmy Carter commissioned a report called Project 2000.
You can find both volumes in their entirety online in PDF Form. Jimmy Carter's Presidency was at the start of the Environmental Movement and like any
good social democrat Carter wanted to have a detailed report of the real state of the world. How many people were out there around the globe, how many
vital resources, how much tillable and farmed land, what kind of food and natural resource surplusses there were and where, and what kind of impact
the growing human industrialized population was having on the eco-system.
It took two years to write and compile and the man who headed the project for Cyrus Vance who was given the task by Carter of coming up with it was so
thoroughly depressed after reading and annalysing the conclusions he needed therapy for about a year!
The term 'Worthless Eater' was coined by Cyrus Vance and was first found in the project 2,000 reports.
The reports conclusion that the world was vastly overpopulated with 'wothless eaters' and by the year 2,000 it would reach epidemic proportions with
hundreds upon hundreds of millions of people basically starving to death with no functional purpose in life.
Of course depopulation was the recomendation.
The Powers that Be basically own 99% of the worlds resources, technology and wealth and have it concentrated in few thousand hands.
What they do is try to manage it's flow in ways they consider are sensible and profitible and logical.
Technically the wealth and resources exist to feed and clothe and house every man woman and child on the planet, but the Powers that Be have deemed
that where many of these people live are not cost effective to develop. So the people are left to starve. They serve no purpose to the elites, and the
elites do not envision an eventual purpose for them other than dying as cost efficiently as possible.
Welcome to planet Earth!
Now sadly for us as Americans we were once a land rich in resources and pretty much still are but most of them are being kept on tap with the goal of
saving them for last after exhausting the worthless eaters resources first.
We used to be a land of manufacturing but now no longer are as the Powers that Be have sought to mine and utilize resources in Asia and Latin America
and to switch manufacturing there to maximize profits and reduce shipping time and costs of bringing raw materials to the factories, as well as to
'grow' and develop the local populations whose new found wealth will go right back into the powers that be pockets through basic household goods and
some luxuries the powers that be also manufacture.
What this has created is a growing population of Worthless Eaters here in America.
By some estimates up to 28% percent of the population could be either unemployed or only partially employed or employed below self sustinance levels
needing charitable or government assistance to eat.
Traditionally when the Powers that Be have excess population it is usually rectified through War. Germany wants to get rid of 3 million worthless
eaters, France needs to get rid of 5 million, Britan 2 million, America 6 million and they set up the conditions and let the people go at it and
profit monetarily off of the death and destruction and then the rebuilding.
However the Nuclear Age screwed that up. So while there is always a low intensity conflict going on somewhere like Iraq or Afghanistan to get rid of
some of the worthless eaters, and a totalitarian regime in some place like North Korea to get rid of more, you eventually have to kill people another
Disease is always a good one, when World War I was called early after the goals on the ground were reached the Spanish Flu killed the 11 million more
people they originally meant to get in the war.
Managing Health Care is the way to go, you can introduce diseases through preventative managed medicine easily, and you can profit off of it too by
taxing people for the privelage.
What you will see in the next few years is a corresponding number of people equal to the unemployed the "worthless eaters' die through disease or
war to bring our numbers back into self sustainable levels.
That is how the Powers that Be manage Slave Planet Earth, and you and I are slaves living on Slave Planet Earth, and of course the most enslaved
person is the one who imagines they are free and that's why very skilled propoganda convinces most people they are free, so they are at their most
productive and profitible for their Masters.
There is an excess of population though and personally I make a terrible slave, always have and always will, so I highly recommend being a rebellious
Oh and to eat well, I am having a Rib Eye Steak with a Wine Demi Glaze sauce for dinner!
Because eating is fun