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An interesting ‘alternative’ perspective on Eugenics and Population Control – thanks Truth11.  The trouble is, these chaps think our governments are going to go around killing off people by stealth, which totally misses the point.  Surely the population controls that the UN espouse are more about the measured management of population explosion rather than extermination and/or reduction by any means?

What will a world look like with 10 or 12 bn people?  How will we address the increasing pressures on Planetary Boundaries (which we have already exceeded by 50%) and our governments current inability to cope with pressures on resources (food, water, energy, healthcare, education…)?  Technology will not solve every problem; there is a finite supply of the materials and chemicals that supply our technologies, and we have only One Planet.

Jurriaan Maessen
July 17, 2010

Bangladesh leader Zillur Rahman and others in Asia are pushing for population control.

As we know, the globalists endeavor to “even the odds” in the world through the concept of wealth redistribution. Simply put, richer nations should freely bleed some of their wealth for absorption into the soil of poorer ones. Sounds reasonable to quite a number of people. It seems to appeal to the Robin Hood-sentiment of fair shares for all. Of course the sad truth is that both sides are being used as pawns in a geopolitical game of high-power monopoly. Irrespective of their systems of state, both developed and developing countries in the end are being run by power-hungry psychopaths, hellbent on destruction (filling their own pockets in the process). The powers beyond this, the sociopaths placed at key points in the overall infrastructure, control the psychopaths below them. Endgame? To…

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Rampant consumerism.
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Damaging and unsustainable travel and transport.
Extensive environmental degradation and biodiversity loss.
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Energy crisis.
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