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Re: Overpopulation
April 25, 2012, 02:19:11 PM
Kids are like the Spanish Inquisition.
Nobody expects them.

Re: Overpopulation
April 25, 2012, 03:36:35 PM
World population is growing astoundingly quickly. Every year about 135 million people are born and 55 million people die, adding 80 million to our global population. That's about 250,000 more people every day, or 1 billion more every 12 years. Each person uses far more land than the few feet they actually occupy. We use cropland to grow food, grazing land for meat and dairy, fishing ground, forest land, carbon uptake land, and built-up land for habitation, transportation and commerce. (our Global Footprint).


Re: Overpopulation
April 25, 2012, 03:38:55 PM
Liberals are hypocrites.

They claim to avoid pain by permitting unrestricted and unhealthy growth, even supplementing it.

Yet, they are subsidizing the greatest pain, in quantity, that man will ever know - when billions collectively die in starvation or warfare as we inevitably hit a collapse point.

Re: Overpopulation
April 25, 2012, 04:41:14 PM
I don't know who here has seen the video series by Albert Bartlett on Arithmetic, Population and Energy ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-QA2rkpBSY&feature=relmfu ), but there is one thing that is clear:

There is no such thing as sustainable growth. The longer we draw this out, the more difficult it will be to go 'backwards'.

Re: Overpopulation
April 25, 2012, 11:04:06 PM
World population needs to be stabilised quickly and high consumption in rich countries rapidly reduced to avoid "a downward spiral of economic and environmental ills", warns a major report from the Royal Society.

Contraception must be offered to all women who want it and consumption cut to reduce inequality, says the study published on Thursday, which was chaired by Nobel prize-winning biologist Sir John Sulston.

The assessment of humanity's prospects in the next 100 years, which has taken 21 months to complete, argues strongly that to achieve long and healthy lives for all 9 billion people expected to be living in 2050, the twin issues of population and consumption must pushed to the top of political and economic agendas. Both issues have been largely ignored by politicians and played down by environment and development groups for 20 years, the report says.


Re: Overpopulation
April 26, 2012, 06:02:00 AM
Kids are like the Spanish Inquisition.
Nobody expects them.

Just keep putting the dick in the hole, squirting the baby juice, and whoah look a whole fuckton of kids and my country's impoverished, how did that happen?

Re: Overpopulation
April 26, 2012, 10:50:38 PM
Sodomy for a greener tomorrow.

Re: Overpopulation
May 06, 2012, 10:26:02 AM
The headline number from the BLSís Establishment Survey was an addition of 115,000 jobs for the month of April.  That is a terrible number for this far into the recovery, as it fails to keep up with population growth.  At this time in the Reagan recovery, the economy added a population-adjusted 480,000 jobs.  So why did the unemployment rate (U3 number) drop another 0.1% to 8.1%?


There will be those who will blame this all on the aging population, but the bottom line is that job creation is not keeping up with new population growth.  Also, while there is a long-term trend of baby boomers retiring, the fact that there has been such a precipitous drop in the participation rate the past two years is reflective mainly of the weak economy.  Here are the relevant charts from Zero Hedge.  Donít tell me that such a precipitous drop is due primarily to the long-term factor of aging.  There is a reason why nobody on the street is feeling this recovery, even though the U3 number has dropped almost a full point over the past 6 months, and it has nothing to do with the aging population.  It has everything to do with the anemic economy.


Still, the liberal corruption class and the useful idiot class will continue to work in concert to keep importing your replacements from abroad in order to "help" the "economy".

Re: Overpopulation
May 06, 2012, 10:47:15 AM
Ah it's nice to see how much the economy is being 'helped' by mass immigration.
Imagine how bad things would be otherwise.
I wonder what 'bad' means, anyway?

Re: Overpopulation
May 06, 2012, 03:23:15 PM
One thing, all of you who may have an IQ that is WAY above average, who then look at Overpopulation and then think 'This makes me not want to have kids'.. you are like the couple in the introduction to Idiocracy.

If you've seen, then you can recall that they put it off and off and off, whilst the dumb fuckers keep on fucking, regardless of your ethics on overpopulation or how bad the economy is, oh the world's going to end this, that and the other.

This is WAR for survival, civilisation will end, so what, masses will bleed rivers, that doesn't mean the elite stop passing their genes!
You remove the weaker/ lesser/ stupid/ undesirable and take the captured resources for your own genes to have a hope in hell's chance of surviving into future centuries.

Overpopulation is a problem, sure, but the cause does not lie in our own low fecundity elite (I mean that in an actual mental and physical way, not simply economic) it lies in the impoverished masses and the false-moneyed elite (who are mostly economic, who encourage dysfunctional consumerism above the health of a civilisation) who are out of control and YOU must not take guilt-baggage or your lineage (that could potentially rear great leaders, scientists, whatever your potential - in future generations) is as good as dead, if there isn't enough space, CLEAR SOME.

GO Darwin!