Purposed Population Control
Population control is not a “new” concept reserved only for capitalist societies. All throughout history, many nations have honed different
methods in dealing with a growing jobless population. Herbert J. Gans, an emeritus professor of sociology at Columbia, describes in “Imagining
America in 2033” many depopulation methods in great detail.
– Poverty-caused illnesses, hunger, etc. kills off quite a few. This is the easiest tactic to administer through austerity
of welfare programs, general procrastination of inefficient policy, or complete ignorance.
– Many die from stress due to poor working conditions of government mandated construction projects or heavy industrialization
War and Acquisition
– Limiting the jobless population while acquiring more resources is the most efficient model of population control.
– Provides a means of relocating jobless workers for profit while relieving stress on the local economy.
– Converting jobless workers to prison workers provides labor and capital to private industry.
Zeitgeist of the Freeman
The advances in health care and the institution of welfare programs have caused an anomaly, the Freeman. While these services have boosted economies
during times of depression, the aftereffect has caused tremendous population growth. It produced “middle class” citizens who were immune to
standard population control methods.
The Freeman is any person who can claim their right as a free moral agent. Any laws must be contracted with the individual. As such, that person
must represent themselves in a court of law as a freeman to claim grievances against any broken contracts. In contrast, a slave has relinquished
their freedom as a freeman via contract.
Under the current Zeitgeist, the only difference between the Freeman and the slave is their financial status. Once a Freeman is reduced to poverty,
standard population controls can then apply. When the population is reduced, the economy is then reinvigorated. This is the basic building block of
How Surplus Workers became Superfluous
When a jobless Freeman enters the state of indefinite unemployment with no job prospects in sight, they become superfluous or unnecessary.
“A society that has permanently expelled a significant proportion of its members from the work force would soon deteriorate into an unbelievably
angry country, with intense and continuing conflict between the have-jobs and have-nones.”
- Herbert J. Gans
No jobs are being created for the superfluous who will eventually become the victims of the tried and true methods of population control. Poor
economic outlooks by the wealthy, rising food costs, and failed policies will all contribute to this accelerated event.
Social Unrest, the Battle of the Freeman on Welfare
The social unrest we are witnessing today is completely engineered. It is the well-timed culling of an excessive population who provide no immediate
financial benefit to a wealthier society. The more unruly the populous becomes, the more justification a society has towards forceful
Many will be angered by this and try to discount any insight on this issue. However, population control is the indelible truth, a foundation to all
major policy changes and new laws introduced over the past fifteen years.
In an article released yesterday, Ravi Katari provides us with a practical example:
“The state-initiated demonization of population segments not in accord with neo-liberal reforms is not unique to the United States. The Indian
government has repeatedly labeled a vast sector of its own population as terrorists in order to justify the use of paramilitary forces to destroy
associated rural societies that obstruct economic initiatives. The reactionary group, known as the Maoists, has employed violent tactics in an effort
to oppose the corporate and government infiltration of the farmers’ lands. For these people, there is no New World or Manifest Destiny to absorb
them. The only options aside from succumbing to state violence are to pick up and move into urban slums to find work or to simply commit suicide.
Incidentally, the latter option has become a full-blown crisis with a quarter-million farmer suicides since 1995.”
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