August 23, 2010
Yet another writing has surfaced authored by current science czar John P. Holdren, detailing his enduring vision of a depopulated planet and the global efforts that should be made to accomplish it. Although described in detail in Ecoscience and other publications from the 70s, this new find proves once again and beyond a shadow of a doubt that the fox has far from lost his eugenic tricks.
|John P. Holdren.|
In a 1992 Cambridge Press Publication Energy Efficiency and Human Activity: Past Trends, Future Prospects, cosponsored by the Stockholm Environment Institute, John P. Holdren wrote a 52 page prologue called “The Transition to Costlier Energy”. In it, he repeats his long-cherished vision of a planetary regime under which population control would be implemented more effectively. From page 36 onward:
“(…) the population can’t be frozen. Indeed, short of a catastrophe, it can hardly be levelled off below 9 billion. Indeed, without a global effort at population limitation far exceeding anything that has materialized so far, the population of the planet could soar to 14 billion or more by the year 2100.”
Besides also mentioning to attempt reducing the world’s population to “manageable levels”, Holdren also pleads for a narrowing the “Rich-Poor gap”. Sounds noble enough, were it not that he is regurgitating Agenda 21: the UN program to redistribute wealth from the developed to the developing world. Holdren:
“What is most striking (…) is that even the most optimistic assumptions about “early” population stabilization, increased energy efficiency, and narrowing the rich-poor gap still lead to world energy use in 2050 more than double that of 1990.”
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Early population stabilization isn’t early enough, according to the current science czar. At the end of his contribution, he gives thanks to Mr. Paul Ehrlich for “helpful suggestions”. This,of course, is the same Ehrlich with which Holdren authored the notorious Ecoscience– in which they both openly call for a plethora of dehumanizing measures to reduce the world’s population under a planetary regime. Besides having worked on the Ecoscience monstrosity, Holdren and Ehrlich also cooperated on the article Human Population and the Global Environment. In the last paragraph of the article, Holdren and Ehrlich declare acceleration on human population control efforts:
“There is a temptation”, the authors declare, “to “go slow” on population limitation because this component is politically sensitive and operationally difficult, but the temptation must be resisted.”
We know that these ideas have not faded in recent years. As recent as 2006, Holdren maintained the need to curb our numbers and introduce a “substantial carbon tax.” In a PowerPoint presentation in 2003, under the header “My own conclusions & recommendations, Holdren even calls for a global carbon tax:
“The most effective way to achieve this would be through a global carbon tax or equivalent cap-and-trade approach.”
How many examples of this talk on global efforts on population reduction and global carbon taxes does it take to dethrone this character- and by doing so, show the world that eugenics rules still.