posted on Jul, 3 2010 @ 06:24 PM
I certainly agree with you that "overpopulation" is a lie, but the title of your thread is going to get you lots of replies from people who won't
really read anything but that.
This idea, of overpopulation, has had a lot invested into it over the years. Our masters truly must laugh as they come up with this nonsense, and
then see how easy it is for (usually) "smart" people to buy into it.
The media (THEIR media), so easily paints these pictures for our minds. Photos of overcrowded cities, ingenious juxtaposition, starving African kids,
accompanied by mood-setting music, etc. Next thing you know, it has become a "fact" in the popular (Western) imagination.
It would be nice if we had more of a "choice" in the matter, but it seems that our masters are "dead" serious shall we say, about population
reduction, and they're not terribly squeamish about how they go about it, although there is a method to their madness.
You will surely get your die-hard believers in this fable shortly, who will explain all kinds of sordid things, from their perverse "economy of
scarcity" notions (fed to them by our masters, but they are oblivious). They will not care to hear about how just ONE human person, with a high IQ,
a true genius, can be born, and that one person's ideas would feed billions, with so little effort. But, today, with high abortion rates, family
planning, etc., that genius is far less likely to be born.
Let's "do the math"...WHAT IF, only one person in a 100 million would be that genius. Further, not all of them will live so long, thanks to our
masters, there are many hazards for us all to get through! And then, what of their "environment"...no, we don't want to turn it around just
yet...Mozart's father was instrumental in his development, so it is important too.
Really, it all can be lots of speculation, but my point is, we can just as easily argue for a sort of "maximum" generation, to get to that "one"
genius. They are THAT valuable to the human race!
All of this will soon get us into eugenics anyway. Of course, let's all build that superman. Let's encourage genius. But there are dangers there
too, and our masters are painfully reminded of them, every time one of these geniuses comes along and upsets their applecart. Like Tesla. Yes, they
succeeded in getting him under control, but had they failed, many believe we would live in a world of plenty.
But again, we hardly have a choice in the matter. Right now, our masters are planning on getting rid of billions of us "useless eaters". Of
course, plenty of people will be quite happy if they finally get rid of all the Africans, or gays, or (insert your favorite here). BUT, that's not
the way they operate! Sure, they developed AIDS, which got lots of birds with that stone, but don't think for a minute that they would just spare
you, because you're smart, or educated.
Look what happened in Cambodia. They killed millions, and they focused especially on the intelligentsia, the older generation, anyone who could
"challenge" their regime. Read it as a possible blueprint for what may come. If you can effectively challenge, your days may be numbered!
And for all the folks who think it's so hopeless, and that's why it's all nonsense, well, remember what I said above about the genius factor. It
only takes one, a Tesla, an Einstein, even more dangerous, political geniuses like a Napoleon (yes), an Alexander, and God help them if a Julius
Caesar showed up....
Our masters well know this, and are incrementally making progress. One day, they shall never be challenged again. If they succeed, they may have
their horrid plantation, their vile utopia, but it will be a very dark age for mankind as a whole.
Our masters are psychopaths. They perpetrated 9/11. They won't hesitate to kill billions at a time if they think it is in their best interests.
OK now, let's all fight back, and go have that genius baby now! It will be fun to try anyway...