posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 07:26 AM
In fairness to His Royal Highness, the comment on his website does not specifically mention the parts of the report with which he agrees. He merely
makes the same eco-centric comments that he has made in the past, and recommends that we all think seriously about the future of the species, and act
to protect the ecological circumstances that make civilisation possible.
He does not specifically endorse population reduction by abortion, or legislature of any kind in his response to the report. Also, the report in and
of itself, cannot be draconian. It may recommend some pretty draconian policies, but a report cannot be draconian. Draconian POLICY might be
constructed as a response to this report, but the mere act of producing a report cannot be classified as draconian, and nor can the report that is
The Prince of Wales has always been a man of the land, and understands the symbiotic relationship that humanity has with the planets natural
resources. He will always support research, and thinking which elevates the planets eco-security above the importance of temporary considerations like
GDP, so called progress, and so on. This from a man who rubs shoulders pretty often with some of the biggest players in global industry and world
politics, makes him one of the worlds most powerful eco-campaigners.
I very much doubt that he would support the creation of law which applies itself to the task of artificially reducing the population, through forced
abortion or indeed fertility reduction, which he knows to be dangerous, having witnessed much of the world, and having seen its effects in other
lands. What he seems to be supporting here is the general thrust of the report.