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Memory Lane Monday: Human Numbers

The environmentalists of today.The tree of death.Who doesn’t love a eugenics quote first thing Monday morning? Hey, here at PD we hate to disappoint so this week’s Memory Lane will feature Colorado State Professor Philip Cafaro.

Big on society ditching Judeo-Christian beliefs, the President of the International Society for Environmental Ethics, dubbed by his pals as an anti-humanist, Cafaro pinned one heck of a spine-chiller al a R.L. Stine back in January of 2012 under the title of, “Climate Ethics and Population Policy.”

Inside he wrote, “Ending human population growth is almost certainly a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for preventing global catastrophic climate change.”

Ending any growth of the human race is a good step, but not sufficient enough? Well, doesn’t that just sound creepy.

“Indeed, significantly reducing current human numbers may be necessary in order to do so.”Published back in 2012 also. Guess we’re even closer to that brink now.

You do realize that those “human numbers” are actual people, right? You, me, your neighbors, the guy that jumped the line at Starbucks this morning---we’re the human numbers.

Check out his full paper here, and if his words have perked your interest in today’s tyranny environmentalism and you do not mind wasting $20, you can purchase the collection of eugenics nursery rhymes Life on the Brink, Cafaro co-edited along with Eileen Crist. 

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  • Guest (steturefirst)

    Cafaro is nothing compared to the co-editor of Life on the Brink Eileen Crist. If you want true "spine-chillers" look up any of her articles/lectures. She makes Shaw look like Santa.

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  • Guest (bookofMATCHES)

    The anti-human agenda is insane. I just do not understand it.

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