Don’t be an idolatrous, eugenics -supporting climate activist tool of the Green energy agenda S2E10 – Blue Skies and Green Pastures with Paula Adams
Check out the following links to see the connection between those who want to reduce the population, environmental extremists, and those who want you to believe that you can ‘save the planet’.
The study concludes, “Clearly, the potential savings from reduced reproduction are huge compared to the savings that can be achieved by changes in lifestyle.”
One of the study’s authors, Paul Murtaugh, warned that: “In discussions about climate change, we tend to focus on the carbon emissions of an individual over his or her lifetime. Those are important issues and it’s essential that they should be considered. But an added challenge facing us is continuing population growth and increasing global consumption of resources. . . . Future growth amplifies the consequences of people’s reproductive choices today, the same way that compound interest amplifies a bank balance.”
Climate Change Key Findings
- Seventy-one percent of respondents agree that human population growth is making climate change worse. This is a 14% increase over 2013 survey results.
- Those that believe the climate crisis is very or critically important are more likely to see the connection between climate change and population, consumption and the extinction crisis.
- One-third of respondents believe climate change may compel others to choose to have fewer children.
The following website is very radical and should be explored.
https://www.biologicaldiversity.org/programs/population_and_sustainability/population/ “Human population growth is at the root of our most pressing environmental issues, yet it’s often left out of the conversation. We can fight to curb climate change, stop habitat loss and clean up pollution, but if we don’t address our unsustainable population, it’ll stay an uphill battle that we can’t win. “
The Gates Foundation is deeply involved in Africa family planning/contraception funding.
This article explains how the environmental movement has changed several times over the years since it started in the 1970s.