Re: It's Not About Climate Change. It's About Population Control

In response to It’s Not Climate Change. It’s Population Control:

And some of them will come right out and tell you so.

Speaking at a luncheon during the UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, December 5 2010, Ted Turner, a member of the Club of Rome, a group of highly influential  Neo-Malthusian global elitists,  urged world leaders to institute a one-child policy to save the earth.

Tell me this man’s ideas aren’t just a little scary.

Climate change and population control can make for a
politically explosive mix, as media mogul Ted Turner demonstrated
Sunday when he urged world leaders to institute a global one-child
policy to save the Earth’s environment.

Mr. Turner spoke at a luncheon where economist Brian O’Neill from
the U.S.’s National Center for Atmospheric Research unveiled his study
on the impact of demographic trends on future greenhouse gas emission, a
little-discussed subject given its political sensitivity.

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Mr. Turner – a long-time advocate of population control – said the
environmental stress on the Earth requires radical solutions, suggesting
countries should follow China’s lead in instituting a one-child policy
to reduce global population over time. He added that fertility rights
could be sold so that poor people could profit from their decision not
to reproduce.

“If we’re going to be here [as a species] 5,000 years from now,
we’re not going to do it with seven billion people,” Mr. Turner said.

Other members of the  Gaia -worshiping Club of Rome include Al Gore, George Soros, Maurice Strong, David Rockefeller, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, (notice any trends?),
Tony Blair, Deepak Chopra, Henry Kissinger, and Obama’s Science Czar,
John Holdren, the absent minded Professor, who along with his mentor,
Paul Ehrich, has a 100% record of being wrong on every catastrophic prediction he’s ever made.

Bunch of @#$%* weirdos!

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