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The Reason For Depopulation: It's The Energy Stupid!

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posted on May, 8 2022 @ 12:15 PM
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The following video is the most clear and concise explanation of why depopulation is necessary, but it depends on the school of thought you subscribe to. It turns out that not everyone believes in this eventuality, but unfortunately those who have accumulated wealth and power are convinced that it is necessary and they have been planning their strategies to deal with it for decades

It turns out energy directly correlates with wealth. Wealth also means GDP, and health, and quality of living are all dependent on energy. You can't do anything without energy and the more people you have, the less energy, and since it's a finite resource, some believe you will eventually run out and without controlling this variable, the world will enviably collapse and plunge us back into the dark ages.

One thing all of the elites leave out is that the aren't creating MORE energy with green energy alternatives. They are only REPLACING the current amount of energy available, since the amount of non renewable energy will decrease as it's replaced, leaving the worlds total energy capacity at the same level. The big problem here is that the need for energy has gone parabolic with population growth.

What requires energy? More people do, and more specifically, more people with a decent standard of living. You can fix the energy crisis by either depopulation, or through having everyone live in poverty. It turns out that depopulation is a "better" solution however since people living in poverty can still reproduce and use some resources, and that will continue to increase over time.

Bill Gates claims that as people live longer and are healthier, the population decreases. First of all, this is partially a lie, because what he actually means is that RICH people have less kids, not healthier ones. The elites have made it clear that they will maintain their standard of living at the expensive of everyone else. So they will need everyone to become more poor AND to also be depopulated at the same time in order to meet their goals.

Now think about everything they have been telling you for decades about carbon and green house gases. Are they doing this because they care about the environment, and because green energy will replace these technologies and keep up with demand? Well, no, it can't, it can only replace them and maintain our current energy levels. In order for us to stop the increase in energy use, we must stop the population growth. And because that isn't happening, there needs to be depopulation, AND FAST! That's why they don't see themselves as super villains but more as the leaders who must show "tough love."

Sound familiar? Yep, it's literally the great reset, and we are right in the middle of it currently. In fact we are 20% of the way there already. What have we seen happen in the last 2 years? The pandemic, vaccines, digital ID's, social credit rollout, potential WW3, record inflation, impending food shortages, economic depression and potentially collapse, ministry of truth, huge increases in all cause mortality, etc. Do you think that was a coincidence?



As mentioned in the video, it's doesn't have to be this way. With free market ingenuity we can let the market decide the solution instead of having technocrats force us to adhere to their dystopian future.
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posted on May, 8 2022 @ 01:21 PM
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I think the poor and middle class should team up and take everything the rich have. Depopulate the rich! Sounds good to me.

DepopELITE
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posted on May, 8 2022 @ 01:49 PM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

That's one factor. 

Another factor is that feeding the current population will become unsustainable as the climate continues to change. And it will, because we have entered the runaway phase.

The biggest factor is that advancing technology has made and will continue to make useless eaters. People like to talk about how technology will give them a future of not having to work while the government gives out a UBI. Well, that won't happen. No one with money wants to pay for the unneeded former working class to live a carefree life of fulltime leisure.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 01:52 PM
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a reply to: Enduro

Good luck !!! They are 10 steps ahead.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 02:12 PM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

The concept of "depopulation" makes no sense as it is predicated on depopulating groups with a relatively controlled population while sparing groups with expanding populations.

Most of these conspiracies ignore basic things, such as how it makes no sense to kill off the people who have the most economic impact, those who produce food, and who maintain infrastructure. If they were true we'd see an uncontrolled collapse of society that would end the dominance of the very people who are supposed to be engineering depopulation.

You can be as elite as you like, but when the lights go off and the food runs out, you're just some guy in an expensive suit.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 02:29 PM
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originally posted by: tamusan
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

feeding the current population will become unsustainable as the climate continues to change.


The world has more than enough resources to feed everyone, the population could double and still be sustainable.

The problem is that people want to eat food that is fashionable, rather than food that it practical. For example, farms in California frequently deliberately over irrigate their crops because there is a fashion in America for over sized fruit. This can end up using more than double the water. They could substantially decrease their water usage, and produce more fruit, and the fruit would be more nutritious, but the size of each individual fruit would be smaller because it contained less water.

We're also seeing people trying to farm crops in areas that are too hot, which causes them to need more water, or to get too many harvests out of their land which is destroying the soil.

America alone could substantially improve its sustainability if it reduced the number of crops of cranberries and rice and other water intensive plants, and instead grew root vegetables or vegetables on the vine.

There is also a lot of prime land in the US taken up by cash crops, such as grapes for wine. Which could be used for more sustainable food crops.

It's the same in many areas of India, Africa and Asia. They're cultivating water or soil intensive crops for export, not for food.

China, for example, has ploughed billions into tobacco farms in Africa using land that would be better used to grow food. Tobacco is also water intensive.

Cotton as well, cotton is water and labor intensive and is being grown as a cash crop, on land that could be used for food.

Grass is also a worthless crop. By which I mean golf course.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 02:40 PM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
Grass is also a worthless crop. By which I mean golf course.


Grass makes great compost, but golf courses are not needed.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 03:51 PM
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a reply to: v1rtu0s0

Ever since the discovery of Oil and before that since Coal Energy has been a money maker for the elite.


There ARE Ample sources of Energy that could sustain indefinitely a huge planetary population but energy is used to control people.


JP Morgan famously withdrew funding from Nicola Tesla when he found out that Tesla wanted to give the world FREE ENERGY because Tesla believed that it would BOOST productivity, make people's lives better and solve all manner of problems but JP wanted that energy to be metered.

Countless story's of stolen inventions, inventors murdered if they refused to sell there inventions, the petroleum and automotive industry used to be the main suspects in those.

Those Graph's are false BECAUSE they are based on energy as a product and so too are all projected graph's based on our current energy.

Apparently China has just created a working Thorium reactor, in the UK we have Roll's Royce rolling out Mini NUCLEAR (Yes they are old style uranium) reactors and we have Diamond Battery's which use nuclear waste to produce energy for up to 28 thousand years, yes these can produce radiation which can be harmful (including the Thorium Reactors) but they are still proof that we are not short of Energy except by an ENGINEERED crisis that was designed to keep energy as a commodity instead of as a resource free to everyone, to keep it a commodity they kept us using fossil fuels for example though if used properly they are not as bad as they have been portrayed and carbon balance can be achieved.

We are sitting on a huge electrical dynamo the core of the earth, our upper atmosphere captures every second more energy than we use in a year just from solar particles and they too create energy, there is ample wind and wave and tidal energy around the world that the sites of most off shore oil fields could be converted into wave energy and wind energy farms.

And Solar is getting ever cheaper and more efficient.


But the Elite can't control there sheep if they can't keep them in there pen (Even though they are NOT there Sheep) so?.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 06:18 PM
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originally posted by: tamusan
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

That's one factor. 

Another factor is that feeding the current population will become unsustainable as the climate continues to change. And it will, because we have entered the runaway phase.

The biggest factor is that advancing technology has made and will continue to make useless eaters. People like to talk about how technology will give them a future of not having to work while the government gives out a UBI. Well, that won't happen. No one with money wants to pay for the unneeded former working class to live a carefree life of fulltime leisure.


rainwater will continue, but aquifers are drying rapidly.
the Oglala aquifer in the USA heartland is dwindling. this provides water for a significant amount of the grain and beef the USA produces.
Aquifers are very slow to replenish.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 06:53 PM
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a reply to: AaarghZombies
Food sbortages coming in the fishing industry in Asia.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 08:32 PM
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a reply to: musicismagic

Over fishing is a global problem, the real reason is not too much fishing so much as how it is being done with huge factory trawlers taking even the fry and wiping out entire schools in one go.

This is being done by many nations including in Europe, trawlers should be regulated, there nets should have holes of a regulated size to allow smaller fish to escape and there catch should be limited by region.

China is STEALING fish with huge factory trawler fleets accompanied by scrap like smaller trawlers, some nations have had it up to there necks and are now arresting the crews and sinking the ships for poaching in there waters.

But they are not the only problem out there though they ARE the biggest, and how much consideration did they put into how many fish that feed millions they were killing off when they went and built bases in international waters on top of ecologically sensitive reefs that serve as fish nursery's.

Crappy of them to say the least and it shows they are not into sustainability with that attitude.

We have a problem in the UK with supertrawlers often Dutch registered for example not only trawling the sea for fish but literally wrecking the sea floor with Drag fishing lines that are damaging the eco system and killing fry in our waters.

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posted on May, 8 2022 @ 08:42 PM
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originally posted by: tamusan
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

That's one factor. 

Another factor is that feeding the current population will become unsustainable as the climate continues to change. And it will, because we have entered the runaway phase.

The biggest factor is that advancing technology has made and will continue to make useless eaters. People like to talk about how technology will give them a future of not having to work while the government gives out a UBI. Well, that won't happen. No one with money wants to pay for the unneeded former working class to live a carefree life of fulltime leisure.


Er, Um,
South pole used to be tropical..so they say. I agree that the climate continues to change?

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posted on May, 8 2022 @ 08:49 PM
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a reply to: smurfy

Never read that until you requoted it, it is astute and accurate.

The Elite do not want us around if they can have everything they need 3d printed and have fully automated factors, farming machines etc.

BUT there are two factions of the Elite, the cultists that want to cull the world population and usher in a rule over a garden were they get to play Greek God's and the other elite whom make there money and power from the population of consumers.

The latter probably are not so keen on having large numbers of unemployed bored people with nothing to do all day that will get out of control if they are not given some form of gainful employment but they will seek better solutions if given the choice.

It looks to me though like the Cultists have won the first round as falling birth rates smacks of a population control conspiracy to me.



posted on May, 8 2022 @ 09:05 PM
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Classism has long been promoted by the automobile industry; one can even see it at the fueling station as grade... sure one may says it's just option or trim based but since the mind looks for patterns or order even where none exists those two things will connect as classist.

Transportation or no transportation or going nowhere fast or far the connection of racism arises.

The rob from the rich and give to the poor mentality is a holdover from caste and slavery... where it was in reality promoting giving to the church or clergy as they held a perceived higher power than a throne or government.

Since the throne of France fell due to church and slander; when they used to remain separate in economy the throne didn't enrich the church the people or masses did the throne only levied taxes by letting people live or squat there... expansion of throne or government turned into send the clergy first then conquer... after seeing what a clergy or church could do to the land or property holders... they decided to put the church or clergy on their side with acceptance and shared rule... to not fall like France and then Germany did.

The side effect is the moral and ethics of this that and the other scrutinized in the smallest detail when something or anything just needs to get or be done. Many Maxims arose out of doing what we have to do regardless of belief, national origin, race or creed... Unfortunately; it takes wisdom to see a maxim as true and the foolish to keep hemming and hawing about it. This is supposedly an executive order or decision is just made... if 70 to 80% of the people want it sign it the wisdom will come later; while the foolish will hem and haw accomplishing nothing more than procrastination.



posted on May, 9 2022 @ 01:58 AM
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. . . there is ample wind and wave and tidal energy around the world . . .


To quote a wave energy researcher, "Everything we build ends up smashed up on the beach."


over their 120 year lifetime, Severn tidal power schemes could in some circumstances
play a cost-effective role
assets.publishing.service.gov.uk... ort_-_15_Oct.pdf

The silt washed down since bronze age slash and burn agriculture will clog up any tidal energy scheme in the Severn.

Wind energy depends on oil and coal to create the infrastructure, no plan is in place for ultimate decommissioning.

Renewable energy is run by the same financial gibbons.
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posted on May, 9 2022 @ 02:00 AM
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Over fishing is a global problem


The Unnatural History of the Sea
www.abebooks.co.uk... -_-keyword=&gclid=Cj0KCQjw1N2TBhCOARIsAGVHQc7JybMQB_00k7Mh6JFmIYsEinMxal6hoRTplDT44SaHtUNtXhDUZ3EaAmN7EALw_wcB



posted on May, 9 2022 @ 06:52 AM
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originally posted by: musicismagic
a reply to: AaarghZombies
Food sbortages coming in the fishing industry in Asia.


Link, please.



posted on May, 9 2022 @ 06:54 AM
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originally posted by: smurfy

originally posted by: tamusan
a reply to: v1rtu0s0

That's one factor. 

Another factor is that feeding the current population will become unsustainable as the climate continues to change. And it will, because we have entered the runaway phase.

The biggest factor is that advancing technology has made and will continue to make useless eaters. People like to talk about how technology will give them a future of not having to work while the government gives out a UBI. Well, that won't happen. No one with money wants to pay for the unneeded former working class to live a carefree life of fulltime leisure.


Er, Um,
South pole used to be tropical..so they say. I agree that the climate continues to change?


The South Pole used to be closer to the equator. This is due to continental drift, the land physically moved due to plate movement.



posted on May, 9 2022 @ 07:11 AM
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a reply to: AaarghZombies
I think you mean the continent of Antarctica used to be closer to the equator.

Antarctica is moving land..... however, I am pretty sure that poles don't ever move closer or further away from the equator.

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posted on May, 9 2022 @ 07:17 AM
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originally posted by: AaarghZombies
There is also a lot of prime land in the US taken up by cash crops, such as grapes for wine. Which could be used for more sustainable food crops.


Anyone who comes for my wine will get depopulated first-ish.



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