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Climate Eugenics

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Posted By: DVC, 9/14/2023 12:49:23 PM

Suppose the world was in the grip of an Armageddon-type crisis with the finest scientific minds from around the world working at a feverish pitch in an international collaborative effort to find a solution. So much so that medical and scientific journals were dedicated to keeping pace with the latest developments. No, I’m not talking about climate change. I’m talking about eugenics, the early 20th-century belief that there were too many of the wrong people in the world. One hundred years on, though, eugenics has fused with climate change for the perfect anti-human storm.


They see the middle and lower classes as human trash to be "taken out". Was the Wuhan bioweapon a planned part of their forced reduction of worldwide human population? Hard to prove, but the facts fit with what they say they want.
What will be their next move to reduce world population? Perhaps make fertilizer too expensive so that mass starvation makes a comeback.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: marbles 9/14/2023 1:27:19 PM (No. 1555974)
It's always been about control and subjugation and elimination of the masses by those that deem themselves to be superior.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: NorthernDog 9/14/2023 1:45:45 PM (No. 1555980)
The overpopulation crowd never quite spells it all out. Countries like Bangladesh and Nigeria are bursting at the seams, while Russia is emptying out. So do they want fewer ''brown skin'' people and more Ruskies? Probably just the opposite.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: columba 9/14/2023 1:46:15 PM (No. 1555981)
For about 4 years in the local college I taught Sociology. My most fun time was showing the truth about population. The bottom line is that children will carry the burden of the world. There are not enought adults to maintain us. If you are interested in this: buy the DVD "Demographic Winter.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: MattMusson1 9/14/2023 3:57:44 PM (No. 1556060)
Climate Alarmists are every bit a genocidal as the Nazis but they lack leadership. If they ever field a leader with Adolf Hitler's genius for organization, they will gladly march hundreds of millions of "Useless Eaters" off to the extermination camps.
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