Sunday, July 9, 2006

And the ration lines grow longer still

To Herd or not to Herd points to a post by Karen De Coster on the "Silent Spring" which includes links to articles exposing the "greenies" for the commies they are.

First up, Eric Englund:

Environmentalists want you dead; and the sooner the better. Did that get your attention? I certainly hope so. For it is the environmental movement’s objective to radically reduce the human population. As mankind seeks to extend the division of labor, to further explore for and utilize natural resources, to develop new life-improving technologies, and to enhance our quality of life, environmentalists view humanity as nothing more than a voracious parasite raping, pillaging, and sucking the life out of Mother Earth. It is within this context – i.e. rescuing Mother Earth from the human parasite, via massive population reduction – that one comes to understand the environmental movement’s nihilistic push to permanently ban the use of DDT always and everywhere. Ultimately, banning DDT (a safe and cost-effective insecticide) is tantamount to cheering on the mosquitoes to kill as many people as possible with such diseases as malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever, and West Nile virus.

[..] Due to a massive disinformation effort, on the part of environmentalists (and parroted by the U.N.), most people mistakenly believe DDT is a highly carcinogenic/cancer-causing compound which is also devastating to wildlife. What members of MFI [Malaria Foundation International], AFM [Africa Fighting Malaria], ACSH [American Council on Science and Health] and others have yet to come to grips with is that environmentalism’s most fundamental goal is to drastically reduce the human population. In other words, environmentalists want to permanently abolish DDT in order to bring about the deaths of as many people as possible. Hence, the pro-DDT groups’ pleas to save lives are falling upon deaf ears.

To remove any doubt that greenies want you dead, let these environmentalists/monsters speak for themselves:
  • Jacques-Yves Cousteau, environmentalist and documentary maker: "It’s terrible to have to say this. World population must be stabilized, and to do that we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. This is so horrible to contemplate that we shouldn’t even say it. But the general situation in which we are involved is lamentable."
  • John Davis, editor of Earth First! Journal: "I suspect that eradicating smallpox was wrong. It played an important part in balancing ecosystems.
  • Paul Ehrlich, Stanford University population biologist: "We’re at 6 billion people on the Earth, and that’s roughly three times what the planet should have. About 2 billion is optimal."
  • David Foreman, founder of Earth First!: "Phasing out the human race will solve every problem on earth, social and environmental."
  • David M. Graber, research biologist for the National Park Service: "It is cosmically unlikely that the developed world will choose to end its orgy of fossil-energy consumption, and the Third World its suicidal consumption of landscape. Until such time as Homo sapiens should decide to rejoin nature, some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along."
  • Alexander King, founder of the Malthusian Club of Rome: "My own doubts came when DDT was introduced. In Guyana, within two years, it had almost eliminated malaria. So my chief quarrel with DDT, in hindsight, is that it has greatly added to the population problem."
  • Merton Lambert, former spokesman for the Rockefeller Foundation: "The world has a cancer, and that cancer is man."
  • John Muir, founder of the Sierra Club: "Honorable representatives of the great saurians of older creation, may you long enjoy your lilies and rushes, and be blessed now and then with a mouthful of terror-stricken man by way of a dainty!"
  • Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife Fund: "If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels."
  • Maurice Strong, U.N. environmental leader: "Isn't the only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?"
  • Ted Turner, CNN founder, UN supporter, and environmentalist: "A total population of 250–300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal."
  • Paul Watson, a founder of Greenpeace: "I got the impression that instead of going out to shoot birds, I should go out and shoot the kids who shoot birds."
[..] Much the way Bolsheviks labeled kulaks as vermin, lice, and parasites, John Davis – the aforementioned editor of Earth First! Journal – has stated the following: "Human beings, as a species, have no more value than slugs." This is biocentrism and is a fundamental underpinning of environmentalism – i.e. a man, is a dog, is a rat, is a mosquito, is a slug. Hence, using biocentric "logic," mosquitoes are soldiers in the environmental movement’s army air corps. The mission, for these mosquitoes, is to collectively become a weapon of mass destruction and kill as many humans as possible. Make no mistake, environmentalists are fighting to permanently ban DDT so that their mosquito-soldiers aren’t prevented from spreading crippling and deadly diseases in order to reduce the human population. There is no other explanation as to why such a lifesaving, and safe, insecticide remains in the crosshairs of the greenies. We need to save DDT and, in turn, eradicate the green army air corps.
So you see, there is a reason Canadians are proud of their crumbling health care system - it kills people.

Next up, Lew Rockwell:
The politics of the environmentalists are increasingly predictable and obvious. They oppose all forms of capitalistic innovation. Indeed, they represent a special kind of danger to the human race that socialism never did. At least the socialists favored human progress, or at least said they did. These greens are against all that. They claim that we should be happy to live amidst disease, filth, and death, if only the bugs and birds can be left alone to thrive and kill us.

It's as if the socialists discovered that their plan created poverty, and so decided to change their names to environmentalists and make poverty their goal.

And note how their agenda fits so well with the state agenda. The state hobbles and hinders productivity in millions of ways through its taxing, regulating, and warmongering. But that makes little difference to the state, which prefers the exercise of power to the good of society. So too do the environmentalists pursue their agenda without regard to the effects on human society.

Currently, there are many environmental issues alive in the policy world, from the debate over sprawl to the frenzy over global warming. The environmentalists have the upper hand in all of them, which is a crying shame, given that they’re responsible for millions of lost lives – in just one of their conquests. More victories for them are sure to make life worse for all of us.
Pests and vermin in London Ontario are soon to take advantage of human rights legislation.

Spreading the word over at Dust My Broom.

5 comments:

The Mayor said...

Oh, please. Let us find areas of common agreement and then search for a positive outcome, whatever the cost to reason and logic.

Simply enough, the new organ harvesting technology allows us to turn 'dead' people into a cornucopia of spare parts. This plays perfectly into our socialist model health car system, which is modelled on A Nazi-Ford Military-Industrial-Socialist model so popular in 1936. Spare parts are what this our industry needs.

Put aside your reason and think of the Social Engineering bonus! This fresh hoard of engine parts will allow us to extend the taxation life of the average Canadian. Also, spare humans can be assembled from parts, and do not yet qualify for human rights. We can exploit them!

Yes, let the Health Care system do its job and kill you! So what? Your guts are now the gift of life for some meat class primate taxpayer, and this, loyal citizen, is a victory for Social Engineering.

I, Fenris Badwulf, wrote this

Michael Hampton said...

You forgot a quote:

Human beings are a disease, a cancer of this planet, you are a plague. And we are the cure. -- Agent Smith, The Matrix

:)

Pietr said...

I suggest involuntary assisted suicide for all those people who want to reduce population.

In any case, standing straight, all 6 billion could fit on the Isle of Man.

I suggest they call a Concert there and then drop a nuke.
Plenty of everything left for the few who survive.
Except they'd all be music-haters.

rhebner said...

perhaps each of those fine fellows could lead by example.

Would they be willing to start the ball rolling? I didn't think so.

Mark said...

Fenris is always right.