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Originally posted by Walkswithfish
Work hard on agendas and efforts that will create more wars and conflict within densely populated and impoverished nations, then sit back and watch human nature reduce populations on its own.
It is a simple and cost effective plan, with far less complexities than the spreading of lab created lethal biological contagions. Also has much greater chance of success.... Even more if one can spread nuclear technologies and other weapons of mass destruction in these regions.
Originally posted by Stanton Dowd
reply to post by Shere Khaan
No it's not a joke.
The points I made about the world not being over-populated are fact.
The problems that you are mentioning are not to do with population but to do with poor management.
Here's one for you - you could get more food per hectare of land by enforcing a vegetarian diet - but people don't like to hear that. Fact.
It's got bugger all to do with over-population.
The millions of starving are nothing to do with over-population either - they play their role in this greed driven capitalistic 'democracy' that is steered by the american government.
There is plenty of land and plenty of resources.
You are all contributing to this nonsensical eco-tax system that they are going to be trying to enforce.
Saving the world from the comfort of your lightswitch!
Originally posted by l77way
so you`ve fallen for the propaganda,the world is not over populated in the slightest,you could fit 7 billion in australia with ease,mind you it`s hot enough there allready without a concrete jungle
Originally posted by XenonTX
Personally I feel its selfish to believe that we could just multiply without any consideration to the fellow species of creatures on this earth. Instead of being grateful to mother earth for the land it provides us and the animals that die to feed us. We take it for granted and we ask for more.
Given the same situation, where your cousin comes into your mansion cause he got no where to live, you feed and provide for him cause you love him.
Then he say " Hey! you got tons of room left. Can I bring my family in as well? and my family's family ? we could all squeeze into one room of your BIG mansion so it shouldn't be a problem. " How would anyone of us feel then?
Tell your cousin to leave room for me!! or ask him first
[edit on 6-1-2010 by Gloster]
Julian Huxley (1887-1975) | First director of UNESCO Brother of Aldous.
"Political unification in some sort of world government will be required... Even though... any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable."
Taken from UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy. Having come just one year after that appalling instance of widespread eugenics in the 3rd Reich it is staggering that this comment has never been taught in schools. This book is still available in its entirety from the Unesco website,
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by grahag
I'll say the same to anyone/ How are you going to force such things on million of people who will riot if you do that?