posted on May, 10 2011 @ 03:39 AM
So I was listening to Coast-to-Coast AM this evening, and Georgy Noory was interviewing Jim Marrs.
I really enjoy Jim Marrs, and have a lot of respect for him, but what I heard tonight made me want to bang my head against my steering wheel:
Jim and George got on the subject of the popular belief that the architects of the NWO have a sinister plan to drastically reduce human population. In
attempting to debunk the fact that we do have a huge overpopulation problem, George Noory provided the anecdotal evidence that when he flies across
our country, he's able to look down and see vast, unpopulated areas. He further asserted that in Hong Kong, there is much greater population density
than what we're used to in the States, yet everybody gets along just fine.
So, in Noory's feeble mind, the question of overpopulation is simply one of physical space. No, George, you IDIOT, it's not about whether you can
physically fit more people into a finite space. Nobody, I repeat, NOBODY has ever asserted that our planet does not have enough physical room to
accommodate our ongoing population explosion.
The problem is that for every increase in population, you must have a corresponding increase in farms to grow crops and forests chopped down to make
grazing lands for cattle, two things which are horribly injurious to our ecosystem, and which you can only do so much of. Furthermore, it takes a
whole lot of fresh, clean drinking water to keep all those billions of new people alive.
It is only a matter of time before nations are fighting wars over access to fresh water.
Also, those vast, unpopulated areas George looks down on during his cross-country flights? Yeah, those are called wilderness areas. Perhaps
George thinks it would be perfectly fine to clear-cut them, pave them over, and turn them into sprawling metropolises, but I think it would be a crime
against God and nature.
As for this looney-tunes conspiracy theory about the NWO trying to reduce human population, take a look at our rapidly expanding population
statistics, look at how many more humans are expected to be choking the life out of our planet fifty years from now, and you'll know that the NWO is
failing miserably. I wish there really was somebody in power who was serious about curbing our wild and unsustainable population growth, and if such a
leader existed, I would wish him every success in the world, because the alternative is the path we're currently on, which will not end well.
Perhaps you will disagree with me. That's fine. But at least you probably understand that the problem of overpopulation is one of limited resources
and pollution, and not one of physical space.
For George to dismiss this issue by citing all the unused square footage available here in America is about as intellectually sound as a so-called
climate change skeptic noticing that it happens to be cold on a winter day and therefore concluding that global warming is not taking place.