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UK population must fall to 30m, says Porritt

Posted by seumasach on March 25, 2009

The Malthusian campaign is really getting into gear now under the cover of a supposed global warming: thirty million of us must go. With the catastrophic effects of the proliferation and intensification of electrosmog and its devastating effects on all lifeforms, most significantly bees and other pollinators, who is to say that this modest proposal from Britain’s genocidal elite won’t become a reality. The war on humanity has begun.

JONATHON PORRITT, one of Gordon Brown’s leading green advisers, is to warn that Britain must drastically reduce its population if it is to build a sustainable society.

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Influence of Malthus and Darwin on the European Elite

Posted by seumasach on August 4, 2008

I was moved to post this after seeing Richard Dawkins’s latest attempt to resuscitate Darwinism in its entirety(channel 4, UK), under the pretext of opposing creationism. The Malthusian aspect received marked emphasis. The Malthusian agenda seems to be a logical consequence of oligarchy and can be either extensive, the clearing of people from the heartlands to become colonizers, or intensive, culling pure and simple. The alternative of flourishing sovereign states, harnessing technology for the common good and coexisting in harmony is an abomination in the eyes of the elite.

©1995 T.D. Hall, Ph.D.

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“There is no exception to the rule that every organic being naturally increases at so high a rate, that if not destroyed, the earth would soon be covered by the progeny of a single pair. Even slow-breeding man has doubled in twenty-five years, and at this rate, in a few thousand years, there would literally not be standing room for his progeny….” –Charles Darwin

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