reply to post by futuretense
"In reality the Earth can support about 500 million people with a resource footprint similar to that of a US citizen"
Oh really?? Hmmm. Interesting number. Picked out of your master's hat perhaps?
That's the number given on the infamous Georgia Guidestones
of course. No one seems to be sure who put them there, but Ted Turner is usually
implicated. Make sure to report back to that monument for further instructions. Massa is waiting!
Regarding "sustainability", this thread has been there, done that, maybe check back a few pages and read up if you find yourself in the mood.
For those who's brain hurts to read too much, here's the reader's digest version: The simplistic notion of "sustainability", given to us by our
masters, is utter foolishness, upon closer examination. It sounds "logical" perhaps, but then you encounter the fact that there are far too many
unwarranted (and dare we say even illogical
) assumptions that must be made, to get to any estimation of "sustainability".
If that seems too crazy, then read back a few pages. Lots of real smart posters here are weighing in, who apparently are smart enough not to take
their instructions from the beastly elite. Some people still actually "question", even if they were taught something was a "fact" by Massa
himself (in college usually).
I like what one poster said about India. Always the poster-child of starvation, they apparently export
plenty of food, enough to feed their
own, but they don't. No matter, a sad photo of a starving child, some weepy violin music, and the master's voice in the background "explaining"
it all to us. That's all we need! At that point, "overpopulation" has become a "fact", in our caged minds.
In my previous posts, I mention the subject of "geniuses." It only takes "one", to upset everyone's applecart. For example, some say that
long ago came up with more than enough technology to have us all enjoying an abundance of energy today. BUT, he was effectively
neutralized by our masters, who feared losing control of their plantation. And so, we get none of that technology, and people may in fact starve, but
it's other people who are making this happen, not a fictional "scarcity", that has been manufactured to keep us enslaved.
And then there's the issues of "natural" disasters, asteroids, pandemics, etc., even scientifically
speaking, having a small population
could be disastrous
to the species, when these other reasonable "assumptions" are factored in.
As much as the depopulators would want it, there is no simplistic, linear approach to this issue that is even close to being valid in any real
The truly scary thing is how many people have bought into this, hook, line, and sinker. They've effectively joined the "enemy" of mankind, of
course they would be the last ones to know it, but how pathetic it all is. Our masters surely laugh as we go about thinking and doing, exactly what
they have dictated.
So, here's a small challenge to all you "sustainability" drones:
Give us YOUR number. Give us your methodology, how you (or Massa even)
arrived at it, and then, if you dare, please inform us of your underlying assumptions as well.
After that, keep coming back to the thread, to see how many holes are poked into, whatever you come up with. You see, even as a "thought
experiment", the whole thing fails. It's really absurdity on it's face, but please don't take this the wrong way. In my experience, people who
seldom question, seldom really think things through anyway, so the same old rote nonsense will just keep coming back. The record just plays over, and