November 1, 2012
Nearly every day, the mainstream media dispenses new articles reinforcing the idea that humans are infesting the earth, overpopulating it like parasites and sucking it dry of resources. The magic number — 7 billion — is thrown at us like an accusation and a curse, as if the mere fact this many people are now living on the planet is an automatic death sentence for the world and everything on it.
TIME‘s Bryan Walsh declared the environment would be the real victim of overpopulation. In his article “Zero Population Growth = Healthier Planet?,” Tim Wall of Discovery News wrote, “A stable number of humans on the planet doesn’t necessarily mean less impact on the environment. But it helps.” Climate change author Mary Ellen Harte and Anne Erhlich, policy coordinator for Stanford’s Center for Conservation Biology, asked the question, “The world’s biggest problem?” then answered with “too many people” in the LA Times. Reuters Nina Chestney recently reported that 100 million people will die by 2030 due to anthropogenic climate change wreaking havoc on the planet, while at the same time, U.S. carbon emissions are at a 20-year low.
One Washington Post reader even wrote, “Living within our global means will require a radical drop in the Earth’s population, starting now,” in an op-ed the organization saw fit to publish.
These articles never admit it, but the point is not to educate people on the environment and population growth. The real design is programming us to accept population control. The real meaning behind it?
Dropping Birth Rates
The mainstream media always tosses out a lot of broad, vague concepts about how the world is overpopulated to the total detriment of the environment, as if it is just an accepted, incontrovertible fact.
Are we in dire straights? Is the Earth becoming so overburdened by the burgeoning human population that it’s about to plummet out of space?
No. Not even close. In fact, when the actual data is considered, the only thing dropping, and fast, are human birth rates.
Many countries’ have zero or even negative population growth, with birth rates below national replacement rates — the degree upon which a population replaces itself.
As it stands, the Western European countries of Germany, Holland, Belgium, Spain, Italy, and Sweden have total fertility rates below the replacement rate. Denmark saw 4,400 fewer children born in 2011 than in 2010, with projections in 2012 on track for the nation having its lowest birth rate on record since 1988.
Canada’s birth rate fell to 10.5 per 1,000 people in 2002, the lowest it had been since 1921. New figures in 2011 showed it had dipped even further to 10.28. Australia’s birth rate decline over the past two decades is so worrisome to its government that it introduced “extensive changes” to taxes and benefits that would assist families and encourage growth.
China, a nation typically (but incorrectly) called out as experiencing a continuous population boon comparative to rabbits, has seen its birth rates decline from 16.12 per 1,000 people in 2000 to 12.31 in 2012. Mexico’s population explosion is now a myth similar to China’s; in 2010, The Economist declared the country’s birth rate to be in “free fall.”
Russia’s 2012 birth rate was lower at 10.94 per 1,000 people than its death rate at 16.03 per 1,000 people. Russia has the second highest death rate of any country in the world.
In 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared South Korea to have the world’s lowest birth rate for the second year in a row; North Korea’s birth rates were also in steep decline, from 20.43 per 1,000 people in 2000 to 14.51 per 1,000 people in 2012. Japan’s government is now estimating that if birth rates in the country continue to decline on the same trend as seen in the past few decades, the nation’s population will shrink 30 percent by 2060.
Morocco, Syria, and Saudi Arabia’s fertility rates have all declined nearly 60 percent overall. Singapore’s birth rates dropped so low in 2012 (1.2 per 1,000 people), the nation’s Prime Minister’s office released a paper to combat the “serious” issue entitled, “Our Population Our Future.”
While birth rates for both boys and girls are dropping in India, baby girl births are showing a much sharper decline than baby boys. Poland officially has one of the lowest birth rates in the world as well.
The highest birth rates in 2012 were reported in the African nations of Niger and Uganda, but these two countries also have some of the lowest overall life expectancy rates at 54 and 53 years respectively as when compared with the U.S. or the U.K., where life expectancy rates are nearly 30 years higher.
According to a population growth study conducted by University of Minnesota Ecology Professor Clarence Lehman, “Human population growth has turned ‘a very sharp corner’ and is now slowing, on its way to leveling off in the next century.”
Rising Disease Rates
While birth and fertility rates are dropping en masse, other figures are rising just as quickly.
WHO has estimated that Alzheimer’s and other debilitating dementias effect 24.3 million people and are rising in developing countries; WHO has announced this number is now expected to double every 20 years. Childhood Leukemia and brain cancers are on the rise as well, with figures jumping about one percent every year for each of the last 20 years. Autoimmune diseases are rocketing off the charts. Celiac disease — an autoimmune disorder that causes the body to attack the small intestine which has the primary function of nutrient absorption — now afflicts five times as many Americans than it did in the 1950s. According to the American Diabetes Association, the incidence of type 1 diabetes in American youth increased 23 percent just between 2001 and 2009. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) admitted in a study released earlier this year that autism now afflicts one in every 88 children.
“It clearly suggests that environmental factors are at play due to the significant increase in these diseases,” explained Virginia Ladd, President and Executive Director of the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA). “Genes do not change in such a short period of time.”
Are We Killing the Environment or Is It Killing Us?
What environmental factors could be making people so abundantly ill? There are so many lovely options to choose from.
Could it be the vaccines laced with heavy metals and formaldehyde? Isn’t it ironic that public service announcements constantly tell us smoking is bad because cigarettes contain formaldehyde and formaldehyde causes cancer, something even the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) warns us about, but shooting a baby up with formaldehyde in a vaccine is somehow supposed to be perfectly acceptable? Administering a two month old one shot for diphtheria, tetanus, acellular pertussis, and hepatitis B, and one shot for polio would mean shooting 200 micrograms of formaldehyde straight into the infant’s bloodstream; that’s just one set of vaccines. The average American child is set to receive 36 inoculations by the time he or she is five years old.
Perhaps it is the genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our food which have been shown in studies (the ones not funded by Monsanto) to cause everything from infertility and liver disease, to tumors and death, all courtesy of Big Agra, the same companies to bring us DDT and Agent Orange.
Or is it geoengineering otherwise known by some as “chemtrails,” science’s “answer” to the man-made global warming hoax that involves planes spraying a chemical mixture of strontium, barium salts and aluminum particles into our atmosphere? Michael Murphy of the chemtrail documentary “What in the World Are They Spraying?” notes that the effect of having these toxic chemicals sprayed on us without our consent “has been devastating to crops, wildlife and human health.” The latest proposal to geoengineer our planet will only cost us a mere $5 billion dollars per year, and although there is evidence these programs have been going on since at least the ’90s, officials still will not fully admit it. The mainstream media has to sell it to us first.
As if our air and food being poisoned isn’t enough, artificial fluoride, a chemical waste byproduct of aluminum and phosphate fertilizer manufacturing, is being dumped into municipal water across the U.S. and all over the world. The water in Nazi concentration camps was purposefully fluoridated, and it’s not likely Adolf Hitler was worried about the inmates’ dental health. Studies on fluoride’s detrimental health effects are numerous; fluoride has been shown to negatively impact every soft tissue in the body. Fluoride has been tied to kidney damage, arthritis, thyroid disease, pineal gland calcification, endocrine disruption, infertility, bone cancer, cardiovascular disease, joint damage, gastrointestinal issues, and lowered IQ. What’s even more twisted? If Americans want artificial fluoride removed from our public water sources, we actually have to fight our city councils in many cases.
Perhaps it’s all the pharmaceuticals people are taking. In the U.S. alone, prescription medications kill an estimated 300% more people than illegal drugs. The American Medical Association (AMA) admits that, conservatively, the adverse reactions of FDA-approved medications kill nearly 300 people every single day — causing over 106,000 deaths in the U.S. per year. This means pharmaceuticals kill more Americans than most cancers (except lung), Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, kidney disease, liver disease, traffic accidents or violence. And that’s just here in the United States.
Overpopulation Is a Myth
This depopulation agenda is foisted on people through the “green” movement, something that can make people feel all warm and squishy inside because they’re doing something “good” for the environment; the flipside to that coin is the elites’ ultimate agenda for mass death under the guise of saving the Earth.
According to the Population Research Institute (PRI), the myth of overpopulation has been brought up again and again over the past few centuries for to scare people into accepting a eugenics agenda:
Multiple sources from PRI to National Geographic’s Robert Kunzig claim that, when the math is done properly, every family on the planet could have a house with a yard and reside in a land mass the size of Texas.
Texas is just under 269,000 square miles of the entire Earth’s 57.5 million square miles of land. Perhaps the state would not readily have the resources to support that many people, but that is not the point. The point is that it could be done.
British Scholar Thomas Malthus (1766-1838) is credited with the original theory of population “growth” which was, really, just an argument for population control. Malthus argued that population increases would eventually lead to starvation and poverty, thus he felt the lower classes should have their family sizes regulated. Darwin admitted in his autobiography that his theory of natural selection was based in part on Malthus’ work.
Fast forward to today, when we have eugenicist billionaires with enough money to affect global change like former Vice President Al Gore claiming population stabilization is the only way to combat global warming; Bill Gates lecturing on how we could save ten teachers’ jobs if we cut end-of-life care for grandma; and CNN-founder Ted Turner (who has five children of his own) talking about how everyone else should be forced to adhere to a one-child policy for 100 years to reduce the world down to 2 billion people.
Fearmongerer Gore stands to make billions off his global warming carbon tax initiatives should they pass; while Gore flies around in private jets and spends $30,000 a year in utility bills for his 20-room mansion, he basically wants to tax breathing for everyone else. Gates’ “charitable” foundation has a mission to “vaccinate the planet” — vaccination that he admitted will reduce the world’s population by 15 percent. Gates’ valiant mission recently left nearly 48,000 children paralyzed in India. Turner recently announced in a television appearance he thinks it’s “good” that record numbers of U.S. soldiers are committing suicide.
Notice all of these people are advocating population reduction, but none of them are personally volunteering to go first.
Al Gore, Bill Gates, Ted Turner, and others like them, are using their power, wealth, and influence to play God, but they are not gods; they are mere men who, because of their wealth and power, believe themselves to be above the rest of us. They believe they alone can make decisions on who is worthy to live and die. The eugenics agenda lives on, and the bought and controlled media continues to churn out propaganda telling us we have to die so that the Earth (and the elite) may live.
Every day we are being poisoned, robbed and lied to on a massive scale. We have to wake people up to what’s really going on here, before it’s too late.
This article was posted: Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 10:33 am