According to the globalists and their mouthpieces, humans are a plague on the Earth, and the population must be controlled and culled. All while the next generation educators teach the future generations that having children is a crime, if not a sin against mankind.
The great culling is being discreetly pre-programmed into the minds of generations to come through movies such as ‘The Thinning.’ Where children and teenagers must pass an individual standardized test to see if they are allowed to live and if they fail they die.
The television presenter David Attenborough, former senior manager at the globally renowned news organization BBC said, humans are threatening their own existence and that of other species by using up the world’s resources.
He then went on to say; “the only way to save the planet from famine and species extinction is to limit human population growth.”
“We are a plague on the Earth. It’s coming home to roost over the next 50 years or so. It’s not just climate change; it’s sheer space, places to grow food for this enormous horde. Either we limit our population growth or the natural world will do it for us, and the natural world is doing it for us right now,” he told the Radio Times.
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However, this is not the first time David has come out and stated such radical claims against humanity; previously he said that the “frightening explosion in human numbers” and the need for investment in sex education and other voluntary means of limiting population in developing countries.
“We keep putting on programs about famine in Ethiopia; that’s what’s happening. Too many people there. They can’t support themselves — and it’s not an inhuman thing to say. It’s the case. Until humanity manages to sort itself out and get a coordinated view about the planet it’s going to get worse and worse.”
The 86-year-old said commentary from presenters like himself are becoming less necessary as camera work can tell a story, even if that story is mostly one-sided.
“I’m not sure there’s any need for a new Attenborough,” he said. “The more you go on, the less you need people standing between you and the animal and the camera waving their arms about.”
“It’s much cheaper to get someone in front of a camera describing animal behavior than actually showing you [the behavior]. That takes a much longer time. But the kind of carefully tailored programs in which you really work at the commentary, you really match pictures to words, is a bit out of fashion now … regarded as old hat.”
David is not alone in his view other prominent environmentalists have called on organizations such as the United Nations to take a more aggressive stance on population control.
The real question we the people should all be asking is, is this the viewpoint of all mainstream media moguls, networks, and outlets?