posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 05:24 PM
This is probably the most important topic on the board - not because of the problem, but because the depopulating main event is very near.
marg6043 has a good grasp of what's going on, but NetChicken demonstrates once again just how far behind the curve he is living.
One thing should be clear, though. There is no population problem, per se. Less than an hour's drive from almost any U.S. city and you are looking
at open land, and the Fed has locked up more land than can be imagined. There is certainly overcrowding in a few cities, but this is because of
social structure. In other countries tales of famine, etc., can almost all be traced back to local government programs, or government corruption in
To understand the overpopulation concept, you must first recognize that it is probably our oldest running PR campaign - having begun as soon as the
demographic problems created by the Baby Boomers were recognized. They were fine, of course, as long as they were producing and paying into the
system. All the pressure was directed at preventing them from creating baby baby boomers to follow in their footsteps. Unfortunately, this worked
too well, especially with Vietnam to thin the ranks of their kids. Now a demographic problem has turned into an economic nightmare.
The baby boomers are about to retire and in the U.S. alone will represent a minimum drain of thirty billion dollars a month on Federal programs and
private pension and insurance funds. They didn't have enough kids to support them in a system based on stealing from your grandchildren to finance
your retirement. Having paid in to the system all their lives, their fate is to be killed off before they can reverse the flow. Like everything
else, it's all about MONEY.
Their replacements, young families with good work ethic and healthy birth rate are already in place, about twenty million having been imported from
Mexico. Watching for clues, I believe the great die-off is scheduled to begin in late December. This will be global, for sure, and result in a 2.5
to 5% death rate in most countries. However the countries which adopted socialism, as demonstrated by social security and medicare-type programs,
have been setting up their populations for a much bigger hit, 7.5 to 10% or more, by spraying them with immune-suppressing chemicals for almost six