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Environmentalism = Population Control

I think I might have mentioned this a while back but here is black and white proof that people are willing to take the next step towards forced population control.

This really is a logical progression if you accept the basic premise and believe that people are just an especially toxic kind of animal:

1) Global warming is bad.
2) People cause global warming.
3) Fewer people = less global warming.
4) People should have fewer children.
5) People who don't buy the gospel of environmentalism willingly should be fined for having more than two kids.
6) The Catholic Church should be suppressed.
7) People who still don't learn their lesson should be forcefully sterilized or forced to have abortions.

The interesting thing about this article is that the unstated end goal of the group publishing the report is a complete eradication of the human race. The head scientist, John Guillebaud, co-chairman of OPT and emeritus professor of family planning at University College London (are you surprised?), says that people should have no more than two children per couple. Since it takes more than two children to maintain a stable population he obviously wants the mankind to completely disappear.

The most disturbing thing about these environmentalists is that they never see having children as a good thing. No thought is given to the possibility that one of these little polluters may come up with a way to clean up the environment or cure cancer or some other wonderful thing. Children are ALWAYS seen as a problem.

Fortunately, we have allies in this battle. NARAL and NOW will surely support the rights those who want to have more than two children. After all, they are all about choice.

If you have any doubt about the progression of thought on this, take a gander at the discussion going on over at Netscape about this article.

All hail Moloch.


  1. To quote Blessed Mother Teresa: “How can you say there are too many children? It’s like saying there are too many flowers.”

  2. religious freak! I’m a Christian but i will stick with my 2 children.

  3. “How can you say there are too many children? That’s like saying there are too many flowers.”

    Easy. Two words: Soylent Green.

  4. “AAHHH!!, Soylent Green is FLOWERS!!”

  5. But will your two children stick with you, Chucky?

  6. Is the Proposed Trans Global Highway a solution for population concerns and global warming? Perhaps. One tremendous solution to future population concerns as well as alleviating many of the effects of potential global warming is the proposal for the construction of the “Trans Global Highway”. The proposed Trans Global Highway would create a world wide network of standardized roads, railroads, water pipe lines, oil and gas pipelines, electrical and communication cables. The result of this remarkable, far sighted project will be global unity through far better distribution of resources, including including heretofore difficult to obtain or unaccessible raw materials, fresh water, finished products and vastly lower global transportation costs.
    With greatly expanded global fresh water distribution, arid lands could be cultivated resulting in a huge abundance of global food supplies. The most conservative estimate is that with the construction of the Trans Global Highway, the planet will be able to feed between 14 and 16 Billion people, just using presently available modern farming technologies. With a present global population of just under 7 billion people and at the United Nations projection of population increase, the world will produce enough food surpluses to feed the expected increased population for the next 425 years. Thomas Robert Malthus’s famous dire food shortage predictions of 1798 failed to take into consideration modern advances in farming, transportation, food storage and food abundance. Further information on the proposed Trans Global Highway can be found at http://www.TransGlobalHighway.com .

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