Warmists Still Pushing Racist Population Policies

When it comes right down to it, those who push “climate change” are racists. And nutjobs. And racists. Many of their solutions involve getting developing nations, particularly African nations, which are full of Blacks, to forgo any notion of prosperity. And one of the Warmists big bugaboos is the growing population of the world. Who better to ask than Paul Ehrich in a post entitled Crowd control: 7 billion people. One last chance to save the planet

Paul Ehrlich, author of the iconic 1968 book The Population Bomb, now refers to himself as a “mobster.”..

Yeah, let’s go to the guy who provided us with one of the most epic environmental fails of all time. Heck, scientific fails.

What’s to be done? Having written over 40 books, Ehrlich posits that “people don’t want to hear about solutions — those books don’t sell.” And he’s long since given up on any attempt to counter “genuine idiots” or “the mathematically challenged.” Ultimately, though, he’s a people person — he thinks that, with the right incentives, we can be retrained.

So, what exactly are the “solutions” for a growing world population? There’s really only two: stop having babies and reduce the current population. Hence, minorities around the world in 3rd world countries, particularly Blacks, are provided with contraception. Some Warmists/envirowackjobs have even suggest that humans kill themselves off en mass. Much of this goes back to the eugenics programs proposed by white Progressives, leading to forced sterilizations of minorities, Planned Parenthood, oh, and genocide as performed by Nazi Germany. You want to reduce the world’s population, Warmists? Stop having kids. Kill yourselves. Rid our planet of your insanity.

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Comment by Militant Catholic
2012-06-26 19:29:24

“What’s to be done? Having written over 40 books, Ehrlich posits that “people don’t want to hear about solutions — those books don’t sell.” And he’s long since given up on any attempt to counter “genuine idiots” or “the mathematically challenged.” Ultimately, though, he’s a people person — he thinks that, with the right incentives, we can be retrained.”

How about the fact that his predictions have been so utterly wrong as to be laughable?

 

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