DEPOPULATION TO SAVE THE ENVIROMNENT

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Juni 2017

Should we use means of depopulation to save the planet?  According to the United Nations this planet is overpopulated.

 

Depopulation = to reduce population. Christina Figueres was formerly the UN Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. 4.20 minutes into the video below, Christina Figueres gives his view of depopulation for the sake of the environment. Christina is interviewed by Greg Dalton

Greg Dalton:

Another issue is fertility rates and population. A lot of people in energy and environmental cicles don’t wanna go near that because it’s politically charged, it’s not their issue. But isn’t it true that stopping the rise of population would be one of the biggest levers in driving the rise in greenhouse gases?

Figueres:

We all know that we expect nine billion peopel by 2050, so yes, obviously less people would exert less pressure on the national resources.

Greg Dalton:

Is nine billions a foregone conclusion? No way to change that?

Figueres:

Again there is pressure in the system to go towards that, we can get them to change though, we can definitely change those numbers and really should make every effort to change the numbers because we are already today, exceeding the planetary carrying capacity. To say nothing about adding more population that’s going to overextend our capacity. So yes we should do everything possilbe. but we cannot fall into the very simplistic opinion of saying: just by curtailing population, then we’we solved the problem.

 

UNITED NATIONS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

For decades the United Nations has pushed for the issue that the  planet to is in danger of Climate and the environment. The UN has also pushed for decades for this planet to be overpopulated and the resources of the earth are insufficient. That’s why we are bombarded daily by things like ”Do not Eat Meat,” ”Live Climate Smart,” ”Agenda 2030, and Sustainable Development,” ”The Car is the Greatest Enemy of the Environment,” etc. The climate threat that the United Nations pushes is a fabricated threat. The reason for this imagined threat is that the UN wants to scare people into obedience so that agreements and treaties can be made. These treatis  – if fully applied – will mean that a country becomes a puppet  to the EU and the UN, and these two institutions will decide what can happen and what can not happen in a country – and they will use the climate and The environment as an argument to get through its agenda.

The United Nations also finds that there are too many people on this planet and that this overpopulation taps the earth’s resources. In the book Global Biodiversity Asseessment, the UN recommends that one billion people are the optimal population of this planet. This means that if the UN gets through its global environmental agenda, we will see actions  to reduce the population of the planet. How does this depopulation will manifest I do not know but some theories are: vaccination, GMO, chemtrails, forced abortions, sterilization, etc. To propagate for population decline reminds of something? Yes there was a guy named Adolf Hitler who eliminated ”unwanted” individuals for the ”race  sake”. The UN Agenda 2030 with its sustainable development is nothing but fascism hidden behind a green agenda.

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