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22 Shocking Population Control Quotes

This is so disturbing. Do they realize they're talking about human life? You really should check these out. Bring a change of underwear:

Most Americans have absolutely no idea, but a very dark philosophy is spreading like wildfire among the global elite. This philosophy is an obsessive belief that humanity has become a cancer that is destroying the earth. There are now large numbers of global leaders that are convinced that the exploding population of the world has become like a virus or a plague, and that it must be combated as such. In fact, it would be very difficult to understate just how obsessed many members of the global elite are with population control. The United Nations puts out position papers about it, universities have entire courses dedicated to it, radical population control advocates have been appointed to some of the highest political positions in the world, and some of the wealthiest people on the planet get together just to talk about it. Those who believe in this philosophy are constantly talking about the need for "increased access" to abortion, contraception and other "family planning" services. But even with all of their efforts, the population of the world is still expanding and those who believe in this population control philosophy are getting nervous.
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Sherry said...

Disturbing beyond words.

Mitch said...

Disturbing yes... but there is more to it than that. If population was somewhere between 250 million and 500 million every person could live with the sort of abandon our society likes and cause no damage to the planet. In otherwords if there were only Americans on planet earth, then every person could live like an American.

It is selfishness that fuels this desire. Power and greed. These people all know their lifestyles are unsustainable but instead of changing their lives they want to kill 90% of humanity.

How about sterilizing and/or killing people they work on initiatives such as giving family's who can grow and can 25% of their own annual produce a $2000 tax credit. Or supporting Chestertonian Economics that would encourage Catholic principles of subsidiarity in agriculture and business. Less multinational corporations, more mom n' pops; less agribusiness, more local farmers.

This part of the environmental left that rips on big business and calls for local sustainable agriculture and businesses is supported by papal documents stretching back to Rerum Novarum and reaching to many of Benedict's talks (he talks quite heavily about it). This is where Catholics co-opt the environmental movement to seek a Catholic inspired economy that is based upon the family and the dignity of all human being and the dignity of God's creation.

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