The UN, Bill Gates, John Holdren, English royals, NGOs, academics, documentary producer Michael Moore, The Club of Rome, etc claim the earth is overpopulated. They are lying and they know it. They are pushing a eugenics ideology, but they don’t use that word because it is associated with Hitler, Nazis, Margaret Sanger, sterilizations, abortions, etc.
The ideology has been around for millennia but was popularized broadly by Robert Thomas Malthus in the late 1700s and the “population bomb” in the 1960s. They theorized exponential population growth and arithmetic food supply growth, neither of which is true, and population growing fast but finite resources to support them, which is also another false dilemma.
Eugenics adds a hubristic claim, a moral imperative, derived from Immanuel Kant, a German philosopher, not coincidentally also in the late 1700s. Kant’s impeccable didactic, dialectic logic drives eugenicists like Margaret Sanger, Hitler, Woodrow Wilson, and many others to a conclusion, an imperative noblesse oblige, to perfect (or fix) humanity by any means necessary. It is an ideology to increase power and wealth for the global oligarchy.
“The global population growth rate peaked long ago. The chart shows that global population growth reached a peak in 1962 and 1963 with an annual growth rate of 2.2%; but since then, world population growth has halved.”
“For the last half-century we have lived in a world in which the population growth rate has been declining. The UN projects that this decline will continue in the coming decades.”
“A common question we’re asked is: is the global population growing exponentially? The answer is no. For population growth to be exponential, the growth rate would have be the same over time (e.g. 2% growth every year). In absolute terms, this would result in an exponential increase in the number of people. That’s because we’d be multiplying an ever-larger number of people by the same 2%. 2% of the population this year would be larger than 2% last year, and so on; this means the population would grow exponentially.”
“But, as we see in this chart, since the 1960s the growth rate has been falling.” …