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“A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.” ― Ted Turner, founder of CNN

Forty years ago a body of the world’s preeminent climate scientists gathered in Geneva, Switzerland, and predicted the “CO2-climate problem” aka global warming would become the world’s major environmental problem. 

Today an even larger group, over 11,000 climate scientists from around the world, issued a warning “that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency.” To solve the problem, the climate scientists not only want to dump fossil fuels, but they also want “far fewer humans on the planet.”

“[T]he world population must be stabilized—and, ideally, gradually reduced—within a framework that ensures social integrity. There are proven and effective policies that strengthen human rights while lowering fertility rates and lessening the impacts of population growth on GHG emissions and biodiversity loss. These policies make family-planning services available to all people, remove barriers to their access and achieve full gender equity, including primary and secondary education as a global norm for all, especially girls and young women” (Bongaarts and O’Neill 2018).

The topics below were discussed by Dr. Richard Day March 20, 1969, before students and health professionals at the Pittsburgh Pediatric Society. At the time, Day was National Medical Director of Planned Parenthood and Professor of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

  • population control; 
  • permission to have babies; 
  • redirecting the purpose of sex – sex without reproduction and reproduction without sex; 
  • contraception universally available to all;
  • sex education and canalizing of youth as a tool of world government; 
  • tax funded abortion as population control; 
  • encouraging homosexuality; 
  • technology used for reproduction without sex; 
  • families to diminish in importance; 
  • euthanasia and the “demise pill”; 
  • limiting access to affordable medical care makes eliminating elderly easier; 
  • medicine would be tightly controlled; 
  • elimination of private doctors; 
  • new difficult to diagnose and untreatable diseases; 
  • suppressing cancer cures as a means of population control; 
  • inducing heart attacks as a form of assassination; 
  • education as a tool for accelerating the onset of puberty and evolution; 
  • blending all religions into one and eliminating the old religions; 
  • changing the Holy Bible through revisions of key words; 
  • restructuring education as a tool of indoctrination; 
  • schools as the hub of the community;
  • controlling who has access to information;  
  • having books disappear from the libraries; 
  • changing laws to promote moral and social chaos; t
  • encouraging drug abuse to create a jungle atmosphere in cities and towns; 
  • promote alcohol abuse; 
  • restrictions on travel; 
  • the need for more jails and using hospitals as jails; 
  • no more psychological or physical security; 
  • crime used to manage society; 
  • curtailment of US industrial pre-eminence; 
  • shifting populations and economies – tearing out the social roots; 
  • sports as a tool of social engineering and change; 
  • sex and violence inculcated through entertainment; 
  • travel restrictions and implanted I.D. cards; 
  • know how people respond – making them do what you want; 
  • falsified scientific research; 
  • use of terrorism; 
  • surveillance implants and televisions that watch you; 
  • making home ownership a thing of the past; and
  • implementing a totalitarian global system.

Now that these “preeminent” climate scientists have said that population control will save the planet from its “climate emergency,” the major media will make population control  America’s latest polarizing issue joining climate change, gun control, and vaccines.

“Capitalists grow wealth. Socialists redistribute wealth…. but population grows, so the Socialist population control kicks in in the form of eugenics.” ― A.E. Samaan

For more on the story, see Earth Needs Fewer People to Beat the Climate Crisis, Scientists Say and World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency

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