During the last few decades the state of the Earth’s environment has become one of the biggest causes for concern among the people of the world. Along with this has come an understanding that the fate of the environment is directly linked to the survival of human civilization. Fear of disasters caused by Global Warming, Peak Oil, Overpopulation, the destruction of natural habitats and biodiversity, soil erosion and water shortage are endemic. The drive to find a solution to these problems has led to a variety of proposals that have become intensely political. The urgency and severity of the perceived problem have generated a new brand of environmental extremism that is a stark departure from the bearded and bespectacled men in lifejackets who used to sail their boats into the path of whaling ships. Modern eco-warriors are rich and powerful businessmen, academics and politicians who devise their plans at in-camera meetings and in-house-only documents. They’ve also built up a following of underlings and admirers who are less subversive and more outspoken in their views. What unites them all is extreme political views and a shared malaise of deep pessimism and desperation. I’ve already discussed two of these individuals: Soren Renner and Pentti Linkola, see: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2010/05/billions-will-die-we-will-win.html and: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2010/02/pentti-linkola.html . Their opponents are often labeled as “deniers” and any questioning of even a part of the environmental issue is lambasted and the questioner will be accused of “not caring” and being an “eco-criminal”. But, as always in any political or scientific movement, is there more going on? Could there be an occult and/or conspiratorial element? The answer in this case is yes.
I’ve already dealt with the issues of Global Warming and Peak Oil. Global Warming is palpable nonsense; human “carbon” emissions have no effect on climate at all. Many say that Peak Oil is a myth too like my friend and fellow researcher Ian R Crane, see Links column and: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2008/10/ian-crane-war-on-terra.html . He says oil is not a fossil fuel and replenishes itself over time; a fact that if ever made public would cause oil prices to fall through the floor and ruin a nice useful nightmare. However this question becomes academic when one takes into account the Free Energy conspiracy, see: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.com/2009/09/freikraft.html . In this article I’m going to address another untruth: Overpopulation. One of the biggest concerns, and one who some say would automatically solve all the others if it itself was solved, is that the Earth simply has too many people on it. That the human population has exceeded the planet’s bioeconomic capacity and is now rapaciously consuming the planet’s biomass like yeast in a vat and when that biomass is all gone we’ll die too, like yeast does in fermentation. Richard Heinberg (http://richardheinberg.com/) facetiously asks: “Are humans more intelligent than yeast?” But I think that this whole idea is a delusion, one that is encouraged and spread like the Global Warming one. The world is not overpopulated. You might find it hard to believe that the world is not overpopulated when you consider that there are more than 6 and a half billion of us alive right now. Take a look at any industrial city anywhere in the world and they’re hellholes! But they are localized hellholes (and hopefully temporary ones), and this is the point. In fact it’s worth opening an atlas at this juncture and taking a look at the population density colour chart which most of them have. You’ll immediately see that almost three quarters of our planet is covered by the oceans and seas; then you’ll notice that of the remaining 30% or so of exposed land, only about 15% of that is inhabited to any great degree; most of the Earth’s people are crammed into a few rather small areas, Europe, the plains of China, India and a couple of smaller regions of the Far East. There are a few hotspots elsewhere, for instance in North America and Central Africa, but basically we’re all standing shoulder to shoulder in the corner of a big, empty room. If you squeeze us in enough we could all fit on the Isle of Wight! Now at this point someone’s going to say “Yes, but it’s not just about space, it’s about food and resources for all those people.” And that is why the world is not overpopulated; it only looks as though it is. It looks like this, not because the Earth is an inadequate home for so many people, it is simply because we are such bad tenants. I’ve already dealt with the issues of space and energy, and the water shortage is negated by the energy one because it will allow us to build machinery for turning seawater into irrigation and drinking water and pump it inland to drought areas for almost no cost or environmental obtrusion; let’s look at food. Can we produce enough food for everyone, that is without destroying the planet’s biosphere by overfishing, killing all the animals for meat and turning all the wilderness into farmland? Yes we can. We have this idea in our heads that modern factory farming is the ultimate achievement in food production. It is most certainly not. When the explorer Francisco de Orellana sailed his boat down the river Amazon he found a huge undiscovered civilization lining the riverbanks for hundreds of miles. It baffled him how such a culture could arise in the middle of a forest; the people he encountered only had tiny plots of farmland. Where did all their food come from? The answer can be found in a little-known TV documentary that keeps being removed from Google Video whenever somebody uploads it (so download this one quick before it disappears!): http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8993313723654914866# The reason these people could sustain themselves with such a small amount of farmland was because they were using a special type of soil called Terra Preta, see here for more details: http://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2008/06/terra-preta.html . The discovery, or should I say “re-discovery”, of Terra Preta is just one illustration of how grossly unnatural are current lifestyle is; and that if we changed it we could vastly increase the yields of farmland, or reduce the space taken up by farms and leave more room for wilderness. Those smaller farms would also be non-polluting and not destroy topsoil. ORMUS is another good thing (See: http://www.subtleenergies.com/ORMus/whatisit.htm), in fact I suspect that Terra Preta is ORMUS-based. Also consider other factors: once Free Energy is declassified there’ll be a vast reduction in air pollution as well as plenty of building room on the brownfield sites where power stations used to be. Mother Earth has enough for everyone; we’ve just got to treat her with respect, give as well as take and she will deliver. In truth nobody knows for sure exactly how big the bio-economic capacity of the Earth is, and it is not infinite; it can’t be. However one thing’s for certain: when we live a more environmentally friendly manner that limit goes up, and it goes up manyfold. So to solve the apparent overpopulation problem we need to concentrate on our lifestyle, not our numbers. Seeing as the means to do this is being actively suppressed by the Illuminati what can we do? The answer lies in the question: Why would they do this? I’ll explain.
“But where’s the harm?” you might ask. Isn’t it good that people care about the environment, whether or not their specific ideas are true? Well, no. No because their deluded ideas can lead them to advocate actions that cause terrible damage, like with Mark Lynas’s promotion of nuclear power, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2009/02/green-party-man-backs-nuclear-power-in.html . The Overpopulation Movement is also led by the conspiratorial elite who want to create the New World Order and Overpopulation gives them what David Icke calls a “Problem-Reaction-Solution”. Problem: Overpopulation, Reaction: people are fearful and worried, Solution: They join organizations and take part in secret agendas to bring in police-state Big Brother controls on energy consumption, sex and reproduction and other activities. An example is Erik Pianka. This is a biologist who called for the reduction of the human population by 90%; how this could be achieved he doesn’t say apart from muttering about “controlling reproduction”, but the unspoken elephant-in-the-room of his views is that to have his wish it would involve an active culling of the human population. Pianka always claims that he’s been misquoted, and seeing as the speech where he made his alleged incitements to genocide was not recorded, nor were minutes taken, we can’t prove him wrong, but it’s worth watching some of his videos! The most interesting ones are not on the usual film sites, but are on shared files that you’ll need to download here: http://www.zo.utexas.edu/courses/THOC/ The 26.5 minute video is the most interesting. I don’t know how many people he expects to be watching it, but he is much more outspoken here than in his online interviews; and his misanthropy really shines through. “Humans are Homo Saps not Homo Sapiens” and he compares our species to bacteria. The problem here is that people like Pianka could easily be recruited to a tyrannical depopulation agenda without needing to be briefed in on the entire conspiracy. Here’s another: Bill Gates talking about using vaccines to reduce the population: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WQtRI7A064 Is this why massive amounts of different vaccines for Swine Flu and other diseases are being peddled to the people right now? What do these vaccines really contain? The discoveries of Jane Burgermeister make the picture fit together like a terrible jigsaw: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PelTWCUmTsU . I suspect that there are people working towards the depopulation agenda who are not in the Illuminati, who don’t want the New World Order, but who see it as justified, even to the point of mass genocide, because the falsehood I’ve described has made them so direly pessimistic and desperate. Speaking out on this issue could save the human race!
(Related HPANWO TV film: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.com/2011/01/erik-pianka-and-overpopulation.html)
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