A Peaceful Environmentalist Depopulation of Seven Billion People? By James Reed

The globalist elites and New Class thinkers have been pushing a radical depopulation agenda for some time. Thus, we have the notable example of Paul R. Ehlich, with his 1968 book, The Population Bomb, which predicted a planetary population crash, but instead, the book was wrong on all accounts. Later we had The Limits to Growth report, by Dennis Meadows of the globalist Club of Rome, who made even more radical predictions, that most resources would run out, just about now, and that a crash of economies would occur. Now such a crash may well occur, but not from those forces, but more likely from the destructive effects of the globalists and environmentalists.

In any case their agenda seems to have been a quick population reduction down to one billion people, which would be, in their opinion, ecologically sustainable. They never told us how such a radical reduction as possible. And yet, such a population crash may well occur, from the combined factors of the birth dearth, and declining fertility. In fact, no doubt a counter-book to Ehlich's book will be published arguing exactly the opposite, that humanity is facing the existential threat of dying out, as Elon Musk has rightly observed.


"The powers that be are anxious to finally achieve their long-envisioned new world order, which for them means a whole lot fewer people roaming the planet.

Over the years, the true plot was buried in all sorts of deceptive narratives ranging from "climate change" and holes in the ozone layer to simple messaging that people are having "too many" babies for the planet to handle. In all of the narratives, the true underlying goal was always the same: mass depopulation.

One of the latest more-explicit calls for genocide came from Dennis Meadows of the globalist-led Club of Rome, who stated in no uncertain terms what the globalist plan for the world entails:

"We want to have freedom and we want to have high standards, so we're going to have a billion people. We're now at seven, so we have to get back down. I hope that this can be slow – relatively slow – and can be done in a way that is relatively equal."

In other words, "we," meaning the top 0.1 percent of the world's upper crust, want to live in a world without all of the rest of us "useless eaters." Such a world would have very "high standards," as opposed to today's low standards with so many extra people, so something has to change, in Meadows' view.

Not only did Meadows not beat around the bush concerning his intentions with the above statement, he also threw out some precise numerals illustrating just how many people have to go in order for he and the rest of the globalists to achieve their long-awaited paradise on earth.

"He wants the global population to go from 7 billion to 1 billion!" writes Daniel Bobinski on his "Keep the Republic" Substack. "He wants 6 billion people to disappear – equally. He also said he wants it to happen 'peacefully,' as in, 'without violence' … Now, how might that happen?"

Ready for the soft kill

Back in 2010, Mark Notaras and Darek Gondor of United Nations University (UNU) wrote a piece about Meadows explaining his plans to limit population growth in order to "save the world."

Meadows, a professor and co-author of "The Limits to Growth," made statements back then about how mass depopulation is the only way to ensure that the planet will remain inhabitable moving into the future.

"If the present trends in world population, industrialization, pollution, food production and resource depletion continue unchanged, the limits to growth on this planet will be reached sometime within the next 100 years," Meadows said at the time.

"Today, we are at a point in human history where habits that once worked well don't work anymore."

It has been nearly 14 years since Meadows was quoted by these two UNU writers as having made such statements, and even back then they said it "sounds reasonable" compared to how it would have sounded back in, say, 1972.

In 2010, much of the West had already been indoctrinated into climate cultism as the "final solution" to the problem of human industrial activity, which is supposedly "melting" the planet – or in today's vernacular, boiling the oceans. His solution? Kill off billions of people, albeit slowly and peacefully, i.e., through euthanasia.

A computer model developed by Meadows and several of his colleagues argues that the critical line for earth's human carrying capacity was exceeded back around 1980. Since that time, planetary conditions have degraded to the point that even more severe intervention is needed to fix things." 



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