17 Burst results for "Zero Population"

"zero population" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"zero population" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"Sixty percent of their profitability. They were the fastest growing brands so they said to all of their brands. Go Find Your authentic purpose when you engage people particularly young people when they have a say in how. They're doing their job when they are able as part of their day. The job to be implementing more sustainability. This is what gives you the higher productivity of labour and that then delivers there's higher profitability engaged workforce's have eighteen percent higher productivity sixteen percent higher profitability again. Dan This is just better business so this is what we teach for example at the Bard NBA. Where I teach in which sustainability is woven into every class we teach? It's not a bolt on. It's not an elective. It's the way we teach how to do accounting or strategy. I I think it's going to turn out better business leaders. Well Hunter. Thanks so much for this conversation. Hate to bring it to a close. We could have taken a deep deep dive down any of the avenues that we got into. But we'll save those conversations for another time if you'd like to have the last word any final thoughts thanks to all of you who listen to this podcast. Thanks for caring what you do. The choices you make in your life are what will determine the future of humanity and Dave. I'm deeply grateful to you for all the work that you've always done and I'm grateful to your listeners. That they take the time and that they care care together we can build a finer future. Wow I really missed out on such a stimulating conversation. Hunter really earns the title Heidel for being Newsweek's green business icon. Well I'm sorry you didn't get too involved in that. I do think very highly of hunter I will admit I don't know whether you you could tell from the interview but I'm not one hundred percent in lockstep with her. I think the gist of the book is that we aren't doomed. And the things we need need to do to get our system tuned up and back in sustainable balance with nature are actually profitable and I would expect that kind of message from hunter because she spends almost lost all of her time and energy advising top management of big companies so that keeps her nonprofit going and it also is really doing a good service. I mean we really really do. Need the big companies of the world to be rethinking. Their bottom line rethinking their goals and trying to find the cure for growth addiction trying trying to operate with more sustainable moral code and a little bit less of a profit maximization code so that's a good thing in hunters found a way to speak their language. Yeah and she says that we are already in the process of seeing a one eighty global shift in our energy the an economic infrastructures. And she points that. This isn't because people are interested in saving the polar bears or saving our environment necessarily. But it's really more about being better business and that makes sense because she's speaking to people who live and breathe Steve Economics and business and all things that I do not projections about the complete. Dissolution of nonrenewable by by twenty thirty. Sounds a little bit like Andrew McAfee and what he says about how eventually in developing nations will be demanding more technology and that we're going to willingly provide access to these technologies because we want to see them become richer and in a sense I would like to see an end to mass human suffering but the amount of power needed to make a significant impact is immense and and I think that ultimately it comes down to one thing significant cultural and shifts well. I'm glad you brought that up because we definitely need those. I do not think that we can make the move to sustainable human civilization simply by doing a good business. We're going to have to really rethink things. And we've got a definitley rethink our whole approach to the economy. If we stay addicted to robust economic growth will never be able to get the infrastructure in place to provide renewable energy to power just like you said to power that huge economy and a continually growing economy. Plus we're not going to solve all the other sustainability challenges she's not just climate change shifting to renewables and finer future really is all about reducing carbon emissions and that's certainly important but shifting to renewables doesn't do anything for us in terms of depletion of fertile soils to certification the the fact that we're pumping major rivers and offers dry and driving other species off the planet. Those things will require us to do something else and that is is really get serious about addressing the problem we have with the just the sheer scale of the human enterprise which is both our economy and our population relation right while said we can have all of these new policies and new technologies to solve the problems. We have today but we're bound to repeat history if we don't take responsibility for the way that we're living this means a reexamination of our definition of success. What it means to lead a meaningful life ideas about family size and thinking more about where and how we are investing our money? Yeah yeah good point. Good that she is speaking the language of people who are pulling really big levers and hopefully moving them in the right direction but there's a lot of work to be done and I was curious about what you thought when hunter and I did talk a little bit about population and she seemed to feel like if we can get zero zero population growth in that solves the population side of the equation. Yeah you know I agreed with a lot of what hunter had to say about without giving women the freedom to choose what to do with their bodies. I am and have been for a very long time in advocate for women's reproductive rights. Hi and I really liked that she. Also referenced Dr Malcolm Potts at UC Berkeley who has made some really positive contributions as the former armor chair of the Bixby Center for Population Health and sustainability. They're dedicated to research aimed at achieving slower population growth and and addressing. The unmet need for family planning in some of the world's poorest nations so just knowing Dr Potts's work I agree with everything she had to say about from his five ways to achieve Z.. PG We can agree on that but it's also a downstream solution. We really need to define what it means to be a family today. I sound like a broken record but I don't think that we can achieve zero population. Any demographer will tell you that it's never stable. It's constantly fluctuating. And the reason it fluctuates is because people change every single day and I want to see some bigger changes some bigger cultural shifts when it comes to establishing bonds and what it means to bring life into the world. I don't want to continue to see. This marriage equals two point five children white picket fence living the good life. The idea continue to exist. Because that's just not sustainable all important points but what you've left unsaid. Tell me if you disagree but I'd be shocked. D- Did Bain hang up with that. Is that just ending. Population growth doesn't solve the problem. When you are way overpopulated so here we are? It was seven point seven billion people on the planet. There is no way the entire population of the earth is going to be willing to live simply enough that seven point seven billion. Some people aren't destroying our life supporting ecosystems so our population has got to contract back to a lower level that will match up in some kind of sustainable balance with a decent life that everybody's entitled to love the Best Science that we have on that is we're looking at a target of two billion people are probably under three billion anyway so Z.. PG's zero population growth that basically kinda freezes us even if we're fluctuating a little bit plus or minus if we're hovering around seven point seven billion. We're pretty well sunk. We need to get back down to two or three billion people and then fluctuate a little bit around that. Yeah Yeah and she also didn't make the distinction between national population growth versus global population growth. I mean we're already seeing breath declines in a number of countries around the world. But that's still not enough you and I would say that's a good thing. That's a positive thing that people are having less babies but that's only in a number of countries that it needs to be lower even in the countries where we're making progress. We can't say mission accomplished because when you're a seven point seven billion and your planet is crumbling ambling beneath your feet we need let our population shrank as fast as possible. So we got work to do whether you're living in a country where the fertility facility rate is one and a half or living in a country where the fertility rate is five. You got work to do either way right. I do want to make a note. I know hundred mention the fracking ballot initiative in the November election. And because here we are sharing this interview interview after November of two thousand nineteen people might think she's talking about something that was in November two thousand nineteen election and because we recorded the conversation last a strawberry. She was talking about the November. Two thousand eighteen election. Just for clarification for that. Well I'll just say one last thing about Hunter Levin's very smart lady and she's got a mind like a file cabinet. She's got a good grasp of a lot of facts that all support very well the points that she's trying to make which are good points. Yeah She's really a pleasure to listen to and I hope to have her. You're on the show again. I you want to go ahead and share a video I came across it is tidal Greta. Thunberg and George Monte hot make short it film on the climate crisis. This.

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"zero population" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on The Daily

"What is decision tech by fidelity. It's technology that can help hope you find a stock based on what's trending orne investing goal. It's real time insights in information delivered in your own customized view of the market. It's smarter trading technology for smarter trading decisions and it's only from fidelity open an account today fidelity dot com slash trading fidelity brokerage services services l._l._c. member n._y._s._e. As i._p._c. hi my name is andy. Mills and i am a producer for the daily. I grew up in a town on of nine hundred people middle of nowhere. I didn't really have a clear idea of what it is that reporters here. Did i think maybe my might have had some version of the cartoon from the new yorker or something something when you see in the newspaper rukmini kalomo mozell what you need to realize is that behind that story is a reporter near the frontlines of a war crouch down in an abandoned house with her laptop and she's typing as fast as she can what she's been seeing so that it can zoom around the world world and be the headline next day to keep doing that kind of work. You need people to buy in to this experiment if you're wondering how can pitch in i and more reporting and maybe more shows like the daily exist. You probably have heard of our website. Just subscribe to the time just get a subscription to the new york times thaddeus nick. Why she has a lot of money. Equally important is in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. She meets a very unusual gentleman named dr john tinton an an officer who in his spare time likes to form political advocacy groups. He's an ophthalmologist who his side gig is. Forming public pressure groups it exactly he's he's like a character out of a frank capra movie up in the small town in michigan this very charismatic good looking square-jawed guy guy who's just great at getting people excited about an issue. It's weird but he's really good at it. He actually was involved in a lot of the same issues he was involved. In environmental environmental issues he was involved in a group called zero population growth which was exactly what it sounds like so through these circles from the population movement. Dr.

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"zero population" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on KTRH

"Talked about the great calling for sustainable development and a lot of people are for population reduction. But the scary part is sometimes you cannot replace the population. And if you don't replace the population, you lose a lot of vital things, you lose culture. You lose. People who can work you lose architects. You lose great minds because of the fact that we see more and more people that we contribute to the culture dying on. I know a lot of people believe that maybe we'd be a lot better off if we have less people on the planet, and there there's such a thing zero population growth, there's. Is also depopulation. There are certain genders have been put forward by the United Nations to discourage population. I was reading today. The CDC made an announcement that with high mortality rates and low birth rates. The United States can no longer sustain a competitive population. Health statistics are showing the population is in ill health and the facility rate is a thirty year low. And if you want to look up at his the CDC founding, it's national vital statistics report as of two thousand seventeen birth rates have fallen sixteen percent below the level needed for American population replace itself. Now team that up with a high mortality rate. Look at the high mortality rate life expectancy is declining in the United States and also in many high income countries worldwide. New lists have gone out of what's killing people. Well, opioids of course, they're saying that the overdose crisis huge because people are losing contact the they become addicted. There are other things some of the well known. The processes and problems create adult. Premature death rates deaths from flew flew has now become a problem, depression, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, all top killers. All of these things. We we look at dozens of diseases of the heart lung cancer. Lung cancer, heart cancer, sorry. Lung cancer, digestive, cancers, heart problems, heart disease cholesterol. All these problems that are happening. And yet they cannot figure out why. This is I mean, they can figure out the the fertility rate, of course. But they're trying to understand why more and more people in midlife are dying editor Lee ages. And there's plenty of conflicting information about how we can beat the problem. You heard Janine in the last hour talking about how she beat her cancer using. Goals in coil silvers and other things like this.

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"zero population" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Are the consequences of that the consequences are multiple Hearst? They weaken the job prospects of Americans looking for those jobs. I often Americans who might not be as desirable to employers people say ex cons recovering addict teenagers, but those are our people, and we have an interest in making sure that employers don't really have any choice, but to hire those folks, and the other thing that happens is that if you're a, you know, somebody from Honduras with a sixth grade education, perfectly normal person, you're not a rapist, you're not a drug deal. You just a normal working stiff and you get a job. There's no way you can support your family. On the money that you earn from your job based on your sixth grade education. You know, you're working hard. You may work two jobs. It doesn't matter. You cannot feed your own kids when you have that low level of skill indication. Whether you're an American ordinary, but we're taking in people who literally will not be able to feed their own children without taking money from taxpayers, and that's just a bad policies. No way to run a railroad. Mark krikorian. You have some postings center for immigration studies. Cis dot org talks about liberalism in the past dealt with one of the evils that liberalism wanted to eliminate was overpopulation and urban sprawl in overcrowded schools and a bad environment. When you bring it up to twenty two million illegals in the country right now on its way to forty or fifty million. What does that do for overpopulation? What does it do for for urban sprawl and congestion and the highways in the prisons in the schools? What does it do her the environment? What does it do for wage depression when you have large numbers of those with third and fourth and fifth grade education center twenty five and thirty years old coming into this country? What happened to the liberal argument that Rover populated? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, I think the reason that shifted is because American started having fewer kids. So they were going to talk about population issues at meant they had to talk about immigration, and they just decided look that was you know, that there was nothing more important than keeping the borders open. So there was a group called zero population growth, not one of my favorite outfits. But the.

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"zero population" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What are the consequences of that the consequences are multiple Hearst? They weaken the job prospects of Americans looking for those jobs often Americans who might not be as desirable to employers people who say ex-cons recovering addict teenagers, but those are our people, and we have an interest in making sure that employers don't really have any choice, but to hire those folks, and the other thing that happens is that if you're a, you know, somebody from Honduras, sixth grade education perfectly normal person, you're not a rapist, you're not a drug dealer. Just a normal working stiff and you get a job. There's no way you can support your family. On the money that you earn from your job based on your sixth grade education. You know, you're working hard. You may work two jobs. It doesn't matter. You cannot feed your own kids when you have that low level of skill and education. Whether you're an American ordinary, but we're taking in people who literally will not be able to feed their own children without taking money from taxpayers, and that's just a bad policies. No way to run a railroad. Mark krikorian. You have some postings at center for immigration studies, CIs dot org talks about liberalism in the past dealt with one of the evils that liberalism wanted to eliminate was overpopulation an urban sprawl in overcrowded schools and a bad environment. When you're bringing up to twenty two million illegals in the country right now on its way to forty or fifty million. What does that do for overpopulation? What does it do for for urban sprawl and congestion and the highways in the prisons in the schools? What does it do her the environment? What does it do for wage depression when you have large numbers of those with third and fourth and fifth grade education center twenty five and thirty years old coming into this country? What happened to the liberal argument that were overpopulated? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, I think the reason that shifted is because American started having fewer kids. So they were gonna talk about population issues at meant they had to talk about immigration, and they just decided look that was you know, that there was nothing more important than keeping the borders open. So there was a group called zero population growth, not one of my favorite outfits. But.

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"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Multiple, I they weaken the job prospects of Americans looking for those jobs. I often Americans who might not be as desirable to employers people who say ex-cons recovering addict teenagers, but those are our people, and we have an interest in making sure that employers don't really have any choice, but the hire those folks, and the other thing that happens is that if you're a, you know, somebody from Honduras, the sixth grade education perfectly normal person, you're not a rapist, you're not a drug dealer. Just a normal working stiff and you get a job. There's no way you can support your family on the money that you. Earn from your job based on your sixth grade education. You know, you're working hard. You may work two jobs. It doesn't matter. You cannot feed your own kids when you have that low level of skill in education. Whether you're in American, but we're taking in people who literally will not be able to feed their own children without taking money from taxpayers, and that's just a bad politics. No way to run a railroad. Mark krikorian. You have some postings at center for immigration studies, CIs dot org talks about liberalism in the past dealt with one of the evils that liberalism wanted to eliminate was overpopulation an urban sprawl in overcrowded schools and a bad environment. When you're bringing up to twenty two million illegals in the country right now on its way to forty or fifty million. What does that do for overpopulation? What does it do for for urban sprawl and congestion and the highways in the prisons in the schools? What does it do her the environment? What does it do for wage depression when you have large numbers of those with third and fourth and fifth grade education center twenty five and thirty years old coming into this country? What happened to the liberal argument that were overpopulated? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, I think the reason that shifted is because American started having fewer kids. So we're gonna talk about population issues at meant they had to talk about immigration, and they just decided look that was you know, that there was nothing more important than keeping the borders open. So there was a group called zero population growth, not one of my favorite outfits. But the point is that was their goal was to have a stable American population. As soon as Americans had fewer kids.

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"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Legal immigration and said the law has to be the law. People who aren't supposed to be here should be kept out that was an acceptable position. Among Democrats things have changed so much again, even without Trump that someone like Barbara Jordan, the first black congresswoman from the south the democratic icon. She would be written out of the Democratic Party and denounced is a racist. By the by today's democrat. It's that bananas the positions the sort of movement you've seen away from a kind of normal mainstream immigration position among the democratic leadership. You know, Mark I'm reading from a column here from Stephen Colorado a few days ago, and it is frightening to say the number of immigrants from Central America has grown twenty eight full two thousand nine hundred seventy from a hundred eighteen thousand nearly three point three million in two thousand eighteen six times faster. They know vol immigrant population. Eighty seven percent of Central American emigrants came from three concert, countries, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, but on doors being the larger one, and the great majority, the great majority do not have skills that we need what skills do immigrants from El Salvador have now that the American economy desires. Well, I mean, they are able to get jobs. We'll talking about lots of low skilled people, and they're able to get landscaping jobs and dishwashing jobs that sort of thing. I mean, it's, you know, the the our economy concrete work for them. The question is what are the consequences of that? The consequences are multiple, I they weaken the job prospects of Americans looking for those jobs. I often Americans who might not be as desirable to employers people who say ex-cons recovering addict teenagers, but those are our people, and we have an interest in making sure that employers don't really have any choice, but to hire those folks, and the other thing that happens is that if you're a, you know, somebody from Honduras for the sixth grade education, perfectly normal person, you're not a rapist or drug dealer. Just a normal working stiff and you get a job. There's no way you can support your family. On the money that you earn from your job based on your sixth grade education. You know, you're working hard. You may work two jobs. It doesn't matter. You cannot feed your own kids when you have that low level of skill and education. Whether you're an American, but we're taking in people who literally will not be able to feed their own children without taking money from taxpayers, and that's just a bad policies. No way to run a railroad. You know, Mark Krikorian, you have some postings at the center for immigration studies, CIs dot org. The talks about liberalism in the past dealt with one of the evils that liberalism wanted to eliminate was overpopulation and urban sprawl in overcrowded schools and a bad environment. When you're bringing up to twenty two million illegals in the country right now on its way to forty or fifty million. What does that do for overpopulation? What does it do for for urban sprawl and congestion and the highways and the prisons in the schools? What does it do her the environment? What does it do for wage depression when you have large numbers of those with third and fourth and fifth grade education center twenty five and thirty years old coming into this country? What happened to the liberal argument that Rover populated? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, I think the reason that shifted is because American started having fewer kids. So they were gonna talk about population issues at meant they had to talk about immigration, and they just decided look that was you know, that there was nothing more important than keeping the borders open. So there was a group called zero population growth, not one of my favorite outfits. But the.

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"zero population" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Consequences are multiple, I they weaken the job prospects of Americans looking for those jobs. I often Americans who might not be as desirable to employers people who say ex-cons recovering addict teenagers, but those are our people, and we have an interest in making sure that employers don't really have any choice, but to hire those folks, and the other thing that happens is that if you're a, you know, somebody from Honduras for the sixth grade education, perfectly normal person, you're not a rapist, you're not a drug deal. You just a normal working stiff and you get a job. There's no way you can support your family. On the money that you earn from your job based on your sixth grade education. You know, you're working hard. You may work two jobs. It doesn't matter. You cannot feed your own kids when you have that low level of skill in education. Whether you're an American ordinary, but we're taking in people who literally will not be able to feed their own children without taking money from taxpayers, and that's just a bad policies. No way to run a railroad. Mark krikorian. You have some postings at center for immigration studies, CIs dot org talks about liberalism in the past dealt with one of the evils that liberalism wanted to eliminate was overpopulation and urban sprawl in overcrowded schools and a bad environment. When you're bringing up to twenty two million illegals in the country right now on its way to forty or fifty million. What does that do for overpopulation? What does it do for for urban sprawl and congestion and the highways in the prisons in the schools? What does it do for the environment? What does it do for wage depression when you have large numbers of those with third and fourth and fifth grade education center twenty five and thirty years old coming into this country? What happened to the liberal argument that were overpopulated? Yeah. That's a good question. I mean, I think the reason that shifted is because American started having fewer kids. So they were going to talk about population issues at meant they had to talk about immigration, and they just decided look that was you know, that there was nothing more important than keeping the borders open. So there was a group called zero population growth, not one of my favorite outfits. But the point.

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"zero population" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It was a mess. The police at our church is an illegal organization and we can't attend anymore gatherings from now on. Wow. It's one of China's few unofficial house churches left church assemblies at operate without state sanctioned because well they arrest you for doing this. Most of China's Protestant house churches operate underground to avoid attracting official attention and control. But this church openly practised it's faith and they posted their sermons online, and they evangelized on the streets. So yeah, they definitely caught the attention of the government. Yeah. You can't be talking about Jesus in a country where you elect a president for life. Bob FU of China aid, US-based Christian nonprofit organization said the crackdown represents a major escalation of religious persecution in China. And this has been going on for a while. It's not the first there are more than ten thousand cases of detention of Christians this year compared with just over three thousand cases all of last year. So Stephanie escalating in February the religious affairs. Regulation was amended to give grassroots officials more power to act against churches and impose tougher penalties for unauthorized religious gatherings. I mean, really something. And you know, you see them do things like relaxed the restrictions on abortion like forced abortion because you only you were only allowed one child. And now, I think they went to well that was only because they're afraid of zero population growth, they're afraid of negative population growth in China. That's the only reason they did that that wasn't because they're trying to open up freedom to their people. And this is a pretty good indication of that this and what they're doing to the Muslims in China is really important is into this. This is only Wednesday that the China's plan is no longer just the one you said the two, but that's only if one of the parents, I'm sorry. If both of the parents were only children. Weird. That's what was under the new policy. Families could have two children one parent. I'm sorry. If one parent rather than both parents wasn't only child. Okay. So another words if you want more than one child if you want to children you had to be only one of you has to be an only child. Yeah. Okay. Wow. Is that weird? But you know, hey, that's the model. Right. Everybody in the left loves the China model. Look at that, it's capitalism under control, right? Okay. Well. Oh, man. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three ninety three. Also, we have the put that in your pipe Christmas sweater. All yes, we do. Too sweatshirt. Little sweatshirt love it. We also have t shirts caps, every mugs sorts of swag. Whatever you want and. If somebody could top. The worst movie I've ever seen with a worst movie. That you've seen recently or or maybe in years past if you can if you can top or maybe bought them out the story of the Christmas baggage. We will set you up with a put that in your pipe Christmas sweatshirt, one of those or or assured of you choice. Okay. So you get to nail you of your so share your thoughts there. And then take a look at shop dot the blaze dot com. Triple eight nine.

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"zero population" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Stupid. Raven movie. Yeah. The day after. That's what it was the film depicts catastrophic climatic isn't the day after the day after day after tomorrow. Okay. Yeah. Okay. So that was going to happen. That didn't happen. That happened. Remember, we could do everything. Exactly, right. And still get hit by an asteroid. We can do everything. Exactly. Right. And Kamala Harris could still become the president and destroy our country is the day after tomorrow. Stories the day. The day after tomorrow. Threat coming right now. So it's Friday and then on Friday, it'll be it'll be Sunday Sunday be Tuesday days ahead. So we're basically we are basically Pavlov's dog chasing cars down the street. And we're never catching wanted to say that. Sure. Holy cow. Who knows maybe one day humanity ravaged with new diseases due to a rise in temperature right now, though, we're on the cusp of a radical diseases like polio Guinea, worm yaws carryings disease. Quorum lymphatic filariasis measles. Ovine Reiner past pork tapeworm, riverblindness rubella and syphilis see that one of those first ones again settling oatmeal polio, Guinea, worm yaws. What are those? You said settling oatmeal yaws. I don't know. There's new hope that all mosquito borne diseases might one day be eradicated in a cure from aids might be in reach perhaps the vaccine might cut Alzheimer's disease cases, have cancer survival rates have soared. Perhaps in some far flung era, humans will be toiling in a distorting world of widespread failure as alarmists have been warning for many decades. But trends, don't look promising for the chicken Littles since two thousand five humans have seen a spike in the use of genetically modified crops, John as well as advanced in heat resistant crops, which led to the booming yields of agriculture whose fault is that there are actually two hundred million fewer hungry people in two thousand fifteen than there were one thousand nine hundred man kind is not the enemy the enemy. Amen. Mickey D's serving two hundred and fifty billion people or whatever it was since nineteen seventy John John in San Diego. Welcome to the program. What's on your mind, sir? Hey, I don't get it. I have a quick question. The same people that says there's just too many people on the planet are the same people that tell me I gotta change my way of living, you know, stop climate change. You know, it's gonna wipe us out. It's kind of a win win situation. As far as I'm concerned. But is it is. Yes. Thanks, man. I appreciate you. These are the same people that have advocated like there's these organizations on the left called. What used to be called zero population growth? I don't remember. They changed their name. These people are freaky. They have an office in Washington. I've been to their office like twice. Back a long time ago. They used to be called zero population growth ambulation advocacy, now they used to be called GP, and you go to CPG, and they were people who were like, hey, just aboard ourselves into a smaller number of people on the planet. There's too many people on the planet. Yeah. That's what he tried to tell you, do you know that all the people on the planet could fit I think could fit on Maui. If you could take every human being on the planet and basically fit them in Maui. Have you ever flown across the country? Together. Yeah. Ever like looked down. Of course, vast swaths of the west there's tons of space and tons of room. Yeah. There's a lot of room. There's a lot of rumor here in California. There's a lot of room in California. I went out, you know, I've bought my plot. It's just the cities that are crowded cities are crowded in filled with homeless people with disease and crazy people. And that's the problem. Yes. What are they gonna tell us homelessness has spiked because of climate change? Remember, ISIS was to blame climate change was to blame for ISIS. Remember when Marie Harf famously said clubs global warming and lack of jobs created ISIS. Yeah. Well, yes. But here's the thing if they don't do global warming anymore once upon a time data global warming all the time it's climate change because they can't decide it's gonna get hot. It's gonna get cold. Personally. I'm way more afraid of it getting cold, right way. More frayed of getting cold. Me too. Who is going to live in California. If it's too cold to go to the ocean. I mean, come on priorities. People priority. Seven sixty KF NBA, eight hundred seven sixty three sixty. I mean, do you do you lay in bed like worrying about climate change? Do you honestly, do you? I don't. If it's too hot. Take off a layer of blankets. Yeah. If it's if it's really too hot, I sleep in a fish net half shirt with no sleeves. I just want a nice and cool. 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"zero population" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"They were well organized they were brought to the border by a group that told them they'd be able to cross easily into the us to present asylum claims, and that's not the case. So we've been working with the government of Mexico operationally tactically on this. But as you saw as you're showing your viewers are we do see individuals trying to cross illegally both in the San Diego sector. We are addressing activity, and then of course, you saw the scenes of the family literally dropping children over the fence. I was out of Yuma sector in Arizona. Also interdicted in apprehended by Gorbachev agents. Yeah, that's real. You know, great parenting, isn't it down? Love my kid over a fence to fall down on his face. I mean, I I can't believe this. You know, if you want, and if you wanna know why you should be more circumspect about this mazy Hirono, and all you brilliant. Democrats. It is now a very common slogan among advocates of open borders, and almost everybody in the media that there is no migrant crisis. But whether they like it or not. Radically transformative levels of mass immigration are unpopular everywhere. All across the world right now. In denmark. They're sending him to an. Yeah. Denmark, sending them to an island if they can't be immediately deported. They'll be housed in an island. We need a really big island. People. The citizens of any given country are finding it very difficult. To manage migrant populations the citizenry. You know, they have a right to vote, and they're not voting for people who are for open borders. I can tell you that right now. Except in ballot harvesting in California. Any political party that wants to govern is going to have to accept the will of the people, and the will of the people is not to allow our borders to be open. Maybe the ultra wealthy can can afford to live in the borderless world because they have borders around their houses, they have guard gates and guards, and yeah, but they're aggressively advocating that my neighborhood should be filled up with people who can't afford to take care of themselves. They don't come and live in their neighborhood. They don't have to face the MS thirteen gang members. Like, they do in L A or they do in Virginia or they do in Long Island right now. They're not have do they live in the Hamptons. I don't know where they live. And then the sake of the planet. I mean, come on, you know, back in the days when I leaned Lefter, I didn't think we should have so many people come in. Because I didn't think we could sustain population growth at that rate is one of these zero population people, I don't think anybody should have more babies than simply to duplicate themselves one baby per person period. I no longer believe that. But I did then. And my reason was what we we can't accommodate more people. We got we don't have enough water. We can't have you know, proper sewage. We what are we gonna do with all the garbage? You know, instead of telling me how much plastic is off the coast of California. Why don't you reduce the amount of people who are using the plastic in California, just say? We shouldn't allow what's happening in Europe to happen to us. But it's we'll get to. We're getting to a point where it may be too late. To turn around. Sensible immigration limits. That's all anybody wants. So we have some, you know security. Concerns quieted. And so we could have environmental concerns quieted. But hey, you know, let me not confuse the brilliant mazy. Geraldo, and all those other super smart Democrats who can't see the forest for the trees. We remember the life of the president of the United States George Herbert Walker Bush. I do not mistrust the future. I do not fear. What is a hand? For our problems are large heart is larger our calendars are great. But our will is greater and if our flaws.

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"zero population" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on KTOK

"Hi, you're on ground zero client, happy thanksgiving thanksgiving to you. Hey, do you have any information does gravy, kill anything gravy? Smothering with grave. It works in of poor countries. Muddle. Mother everything with gravy and Saracho, and I'll bet ya. I. That's awesome. No, no. I was reading what was it? Hold on and say, I was reading somewhere they're saying now that white wine can kill some of this stuff. You know? That's what I'm doing right now. White table wine organic. Line. Joe's white wine. White wine. Actually, there's something wine that if you drink it sharp, okay here. It is listen to this American when you're making the gravy. Putting the gravy American. Scientists are developing I- Chardonnay base spray disinfectant after proving that wine kills E coli salmonella and staff staphylococcus or staffer caucus to go. Then microbiologists Mark the shell. Jessica just at Oregon state university. Discover that wine especially white wine inactivated virulent bugs called pathogens like E coli and salmonella and staphylococcus and. Keeps yellow. According to the journal of American society of microbiology, the pair put the germs in a model stomach containing, gastric, juices and food materials and added the Chardonnay or Pinot Noir within sixty minutes. He coli was inactivated salmonella was killed within thirty minutes and other experiments showed the winds were also lethal to the other pathogens. It's not the alcohol and the wine. That kills the germs of scientists discovered. Finding that unfermented grape juice had no effect on the pathogens. The scientists managed to isolate the properties in the wind that killed the bugs they found in his the malic and tartaric acid that kill bacteria rather than anything president the alcohol. So that's the story that I'm good to go. So go ahead yourself some wine, and you know, the Kirke, okay? Here's my other comment was that, you know, her remember when Trump declassify all the, you know, the Kennedy assassination Quiles, I've spent days days kind of scheme. Through all those things, and you know, here was this one document in. There was the plan to wipe out the crops in Cuba. And I don't know if you read any those or anything about that was in the north woods document. Yeah. It was a thing that was declassified. On Sunday project north woods. It was project. Northwards basically creating false flag operation terrorist events, blaming them on other people. But going in and killing the specifics on how they were going to do it. But they were gonna destroy the crops in Cuba starve, the people in Cuba. You know, what it was never implemented? You know, obviously. But it was it was a plan to do that. Well, in this also, I guess you can couple it with. I was just talking to Jack about the national security study memorandum two hundred which was basically implication. Good. What's that who? Jack awesome. Yeah. Yeah. National security study memorandum two hundred implications of worldwide population growth for US security overseas interests, this was filed by Henry Kissinger, basic the study claimed population growth in the so-called lesser developed countries as grave threat to the United States national security and adopted as official policy by November nineteen seventy five they were working on having some way to create zero population growth, and they concluded that the United States was threatened by population growth, and that measure had an a measure had to be taken to lessen the population in the United States or that would be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water. The idea was to create scarcity in other words in order to curb population growth rates, you create scarcity, and then of course, everything works itself out in the end. So I believe I believe it and. You don't like the food. You know to destroy the crops and Cuba that goes back to the sixties. Yep. And this was what? Just after the Nixon administration was a seventy four I think or something like seventy four, and that's where they were talking says here mandatory programs maybe needed, and we should be considering these possibilities. Now would be considered an instrument of national power is US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can't won't control their population growth. And he said if we could make famine happen, we could we could actually control the population. Doing our member about the CIA was that that were declassified. Was the could make it look like it was a naturally occurring right disease that that hit the crops, right?.

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"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Know, obviously. But it was it was a plan to do that. Well, in this also, I guess you can couple it with. I was just talking to Jack about the national security study memorandum two hundred which was basically implications. What's that who Jack awesome? Yeah. National security study memorandum two hundred implications of worldwide population growth for US security overseas interests. This was filed by Henry Kissinger, basic the study claimed that population growth in the so-called lesser developed countries is a grave threat to the United States national security and adopted as official policy by November nineteen seventy five they were working on having some way to create zero population growth, and they concluded that the United States threatened by population growth, and that measure had an measure had to be taken to lessen the population in the United States or that they'd be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water. The idea was to create scarcity in other words in order to curb population growth rates, you create scarcity, and then of course, everything works itself out in the end. So I believe I believe it and. Like the. You know to destroy the crops and Juba that goes back to the sixties. Yeah. And this was what? And just after the Nixon administration was a seventy four I think or something like seventy four, and that's where they were talking says your mandatory programs maybe needed, and we should be considering these possibilities. Now would be considered an instrument of national power is US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can't won't control their population growth. And he said if we could make a famine happen, we could we could actually control the population. Doing our member about this. Suppose that that were declassified. Dick could make it look like it was a naturally occurring right disease that that that hit the crops that they would be able to not be able to type anything weird that would be something that would be natural park. They do get into specifics. But it said, you know, he would look like a National League Corey thing, and they could decimates Cuba's entire. You know, whatever that is why it's hard that is why it's hard agriculture right with naturally occurring disaster. Right. And that is why it's hard to trace any and all unconventional methods of agro terrorists. What what what does it come up with? No. They probably been doing this a lot more than we than we realize client. I love your show. And listen to you every day and listen to your your podcast and just amazing. Thank you. I appreciate it. You take care. Happy happy thanksgiving. You take care. Yeah. I mean, that's what makes it hard. But you know, what's in the plans? Right. You know, there've been in the plans, this is a way to subtly shake up the economy. Suddenly get people to have no confidence in.

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"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:21 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It works in a lot of work countries. Gravy and Saracho, and I'll bet ya. I. That's awesome. No, I was reading what was it? Hold on to say. I was reading somewhere they're saying now that white wine can kill some of this stuff. That's what I'm drinking right now. White table wine organic. On Twitter does white wine white wine. Actually, there's something and white wine that if you drink it shot, okay here. It is listen to this American when you're making the gravy. Putting the gravy American. Scientists are developing a Chardonnay base spray disinfectant after proving that wine kills E coli salmonella and staff staphylococcus or staff. Microbiologists Mark the shell and just just at Oregon state university. Discover that wine especially white wine inactivated Berlet bugs called pathogens like E coli and salmonella and staphylococcus and keeps yellow what's up. According to the journal of American society of microbiology, the pair put the germs in a model stomach contains gastric juices and food materials and added a Chardonnay or Pinot Noir within sixty minutes. E coli was inactivated salmonella was killed in thirty minutes and other experiments showed the winds were also lethal to the other pathogens. It's not the alcohol and the wind that kills germs and scientists discovered finding that unfermented grape juice had no effect on the pathogens. The scientists managed to isolate the properties in the wind that killed the bugs they found in his the Malik and tar acid did kill bacteria rather than anything president the alcohol. So that's a story that I'm good to go. So go ahead yourself some wine, and you know, the Kirke, okay? Here's the comment was that, you know, I remember when Trump d class, but all the, you know, the Kennedy assassination. Files are spend days and days kind of skim through all those things. And you know, here's this one document in. There was the Sierra. Wipe out the crops in Cuba. And I don't know read any of those or anything about that was in the north woods document. Yeah. It was a thing that was declassified. On. Fascinating project north woods. It was project. Northwards basically creating false flag operation terrorist events, blaming them on other people. Then going in and killing the specifics on how they were going to do it. But they were gonna destroy the crops in Cuba starve, the people in Cuba. You know, it was never implemented. You know, obviously. But it was it was a plan to do that. Well, in this also, I guess you can couple it with. I was just talking to Jack about the national security study memorandum two hundred which was basically implications. Good. What's at blue, Jack? Awesome. Yeah. National security study memorandum two hundred implications of worldwide population growth for US security overseas interests, this was filed by Henry Kissinger, basic the study claimed population growth in the so-called lesser developed countries is a grave threat to the United States national security ended up his official policy by November nineteen seventy five they were working on having some way to create zero population growth, and they concluded that the United States was threatened by population growth, and the measure had an measure had to be taken to lessen the population in the United States or that they'd be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water. The idea was to create scarcity in other words in order to curb population growth rates, you create scarcity, and then of course, everything works at south out in the end. So I believe I believe it. And. You know to destroy the crops in Cuba that goes back to the sixties. Yep. And this was what? And just after the Nixon administration was a seventy four. I think or. Yeah. Something like seventy four, and that's where they were talking says your mandatory programs may be needed, and we should be considering these possibilities. Now would be considered an instrument of national power is US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can't won't control their population growth. And he said if we could make a famine happen, we could we could actually control the population. Doing our member about the CIA was that that were declassified. Was that they could make it look like it was a naturally occurring right disease that that hit the crops, right? That they would be able to not be able to do anything weird that it'd be something that would be natural. They do get into specifics. But it said, you know, he would look like a National League Corey thing. And they could document Cuba's entire, you know, whatever their why it's hard that is why it's hard culture right with naturally occurring disaster. Right. And that is why it's hard to trace any and all. Conventional methods of agro terrorists. What what what did they come up with? The probably been doing this a lot more than we than we realize, you know, client. I love your show and listen to you every night and listen to your podcast and just amazing. Thank you. I appreciate it. Take care. Happy happy thanksgiving. You take care. Yeah. I mean, that's what makes it hard. But you know, what's in the plans? Right. You know, they're being in the plans. This is a way to subtly shakeup.

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"zero population" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on KTRH

"It works in a lot of poor countries. Everything with gravy and Saracho, and I'll bet ya. I. That's awesome. I was reading what was it? Hold on and say, I was reading somewhere they're saying now that white wine can kill some of his stuff. That's what I'm drinking right now. Well, yeah. White table wine organic. White table wine. Does that white wine? White wine. Actually, there's something in white wine that if you drink it shot, okay here. It is listen to this American when you're making the gravy. Putting the gravy American. Scientists are developing a Chardonnay base spray disinfectant after proving that wine kills E coli salmonella and staff staphylococcus or staff caucus go. Then microbiologist Mark the shell. Jessica just at Oregon state university. Discover that wine, especially white wine inactivated Berlin, bugs called pathogens like E coli and salmonella and staphylococcus and keeps yellow. Yup. According to the journal of American society of microbiology, the pair put the germs in a model stomach containing, gastric, juices and food materials and added the Chardonnay or Pinot Noir within sixty minutes. E coli was inactivated salmonella was killed within thirty minutes and other experiments showed the winds were also lethal to the other pathogens. It's not the alcohol and the wind. It kills the germs. The scientists discovered finding that unfermented grape juice had no effect on the pathogens. The scientists managed to isolate the properties in the wine that killed the bugs they found in his the malic and tartaric acid that kill bacteria rather than anything president the alcohol. So that's a story that I'm good to go. So go ahead yourself, some wine, and, you know, tar of the Kirke, okay? Part of the comment was that, you know, remember when Trump declassified all the, you know, the Kennedy assassination Quiles, I spent days kind of skim through all those things. And you know, here's this one document in. There was the CIA. Wipe out the crops in Cuba. And I don't know if you read any those or heard anything about that was in the north woods document. Yeah. It was a anything that was declassified. Project north woods. It was project. Northwards basically creating false flag operation terrorist events, blaming them on other people and then going in and killing. Yeah. The specifics on how they were going to do it. But they were gonna destroy the crops in Cuba starve, the people in Cuba. No, it was never implemented, obviously. But it was it was a plan to do that. Well, in this also, I guess you can couple it with. I was just talking to Jack about the national security study memorandum two hundred which was basically implications. What's that? Who jackie? National security study memorandum two hundred implications of worldwide population growth for US security overseas interests, this was filed by Henry Kissinger, basic the study claimed population growth in the so-called lesser developed countries is a grave threat to the United States national security and adopted as official policy by November nineteen seventy five they were working on having some way to create zero population growth, and they concluded that the United States was threatened by population growth, and that measure had an measure had to be taken to lessen the population in the United States or that would be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water. The idea was to create scarcity in other words in order to curb population growth rates, you create scarcity, and then of course, everything works itself out in the end. So believable. I believe it and. Like the Syrians. You know to destroy the crops in Cuba that goes back to the sixties. Yeah. And this was what? And just after the Nixon administration was a seventy four I think or something like seventy four, and that's where they were talking says your mandatory programs may be needed, and we should be considering these possibilities. Now would be considered an instrument of national power is US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can't won't control their population growth. And he said if we could make a famine happen, we could actually control the population. Well during our member. Was that were declassified? They could make it look like it was a naturally occurring right disease that that hit the crops, right? That they would be able to not be able to type anything weird that would be something that would be natural. They do get into specifics. But who said, you know, he would look like a naturally occurring thing, and they could. Cuba's entire you know, whatever their why it's hard that is why it's hard culture right with naturally occurring disaster. Right. And that is why it's hard to trace any and all conventional methods of agro terrorism. What what what did they come up with? No, they probably have been doing this a lot more than we than we realize. You know, I love your show and listen to you every day and listen to your podcast and just amazing. Thank you. I appreciate it. You take care. Yeah, I'm happy. Happy thanksgiving. You take care. Yeah. I mean, that's what makes it hard. But you know, what's in the plans? Right. You know, there'd been in the plans. This is a way to subtly shakeup the economy. Suddenly get people to have no competence in their food. Sources..

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"zero population" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"No, no. Well, I was reading what was it? Hold on. I was reading somewhere they're saying. Now that white wine can kill some of this stuff. That's what I'm doing right now. White table wine organic. Fine. Does your white wine? White wine. Actually, there's something and white wine that if you drink sharp, okay here, it is listen to this American when you're making the gravy. Putting the gravy American. Scientists are developing a Chardonnay base spray disinfectant after proving that wine kills E coli salmonella and staff staphylococcus or staffer caucus go. Then microbiologists Mark the shell. Jessica just at Oregon state university. Discover that wine especially white wine inactivated Berlet bugs called pathogens like E coli and salmonella and staphylococcus and keeps yellow. According to the journal of American society of microbiology, the pair put the germs in a model stomach containing, gastric, juices and food materials and added the Chardonnay or Pinot Noir within sixty minutes. E coli was inactivated salmonella was killed within thirty minutes and other experiments showed the winds were also lethal to the other pathogens. It's not the alcohol in the wine. That kills the germs. The scientists discovered finding that unfermented grape juice had no effect on the pathogens. The scientists managed to isolate the properties in the wind that killed the bugs they found in his the malic and tartaric acid did kill bacteria rather than anything president the alcohol. So that's the story that I'm good to go. So go ahead yourself, some wine, and you know. The kirke. Okay. Here's my part of the comment was that, you know, remember when Trump declassify all the, you know, the Kennedy assassination Claus. I spent days and days kind of skim through all those things. And you know, here's this one document in. There was the CIA plan to wipe out the crops in Cuba. And I don't know if it's read any those or heard anything about that was in the north woods document. Yeah. It was a thing that was declassified. On your Saturday project north woods. It was project. Northwards basically creating false flag operation terrorist events, blaming them on other people going in and killing the specifics on how they were going to do it. But they were gonna destroy the crops in Cuba and star star of the people in Cuba. No it was never implemented. You know, obviously. But it was it was a plan to do that. Well, in this also, I guess you can couple it with. I was just talking to Jack about the national security study memorandum two hundred which was basically implication. Good. What's that show? Jackass? National security study memorandum two hundred implications of worldwide population growth for US security overseas interests, this was filed by Henry Kissinger, basic the study claimed population growth in the so-called lesser developed countries is a grave threat to the United States national security and adopted as official policy by November nineteen seventy five they were working on having some way to create zero population growth, and they concluded that the United States was threatened by population growth, and that measure had a measure had to be taken to lessen the population in the United States or that they'd be forced to regulate vital resources like food and water. The idea was to create scarcity in other words in order to curb population growth rates, you create scarcity, and then of course, everything works at south out in the end. Yeah. So I believe I believe it and. You know, like the. You know to destroy the crops in Cuba that goes back to the sixties. Yeah. And this was what? And just after the Nixon administration was seventy four. I think or. Yeah. Something like seventy four, and that's where they were talking says here mandatory programs maybe needed, and we should be considering these possibilities. Now would be considered an instrument of national power is US prepared to accept food rationing to help people who can't won't control their population growth. And he said if we could make a famine happen, we could we could actually control the population. Well, you know was doing our member about the. Was that that were declassified? Was the victim. Make it look like it was a naturally occurring right disease that that that hit the crops, right? That they would be able to not be able to tie it to anything weird that it'd be something that would be natural. And it's like they didn't get into specifics. But it said, you know, he would look like a naturally occurring thing, and they could decimate Cuba's entire you know, whatever that is why it's hard that is. Agriculture right with naturally occurring disaster. Right. And that is why it's hard to trace any and all bashful method agro terrorism business. What what what did they come up with? No, they probably have been doing this a lot more than we than we realize. You know, I love your show. And listen to you every night and listening to your podcasts. And just amazing. Thank you. I appreciate it. You take care. Yeah, I'm happy. Happy thanksgiving. You take care. Yeah. I mean, that's what makes it hard. But you know, it's in the plans, right? You know have been in the plans. This is a way to subtly shakeup the economy, suddenly get people to have no competence in their food. Sources. This is how it's done. This is this is old school. Okay. This is old school. Civics economics. It's every Kissinger. It's I mean, it's.

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"zero population" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"zero population" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The birthrate i'm here we were told that we need zero population because we need to save the planet and that too many babies was oppressing women of their bodies their education their autonomy you know all of that stuff that you know when they win when he was the left that was the left's way of conducting the genocide against the indigenous population of america the left wing wanted to stop reproduction in america mainly amongst white people because those the only people listen to them and then they are now replacing that would bring in as many immigrants from africa and the middle east as you can because what they're doing is conducting a form of psychological genocide and now a physical genocide against the population how can they say boca area and that there is no crowd since when does the left make any sense i now is my question which one is correct you we need hero population nor do we need more people because we need more people why can't we make our own people well that simple thing to say that the american population should have more babies but they're not going to do it the boys don't have the desire to get married and have children than not man enough to stick it out and raise a child to narcissistic and selfcentred the even stick it out to raise the child because most of the boys in america even the men are like children themselves they're not men they want to be children the rest of their lives so they don't want to raise children i'm talking by and large there are exceptions then you have the issue of the of the same sex issue which there is no children four says they'll reproduction there so where the children going to come from well if wayne bring area immigrant crime carpet about populate and what about the pollution and zero population and no more are i am what am i hope it's meanwhile they're has got to be a limit to a population i mean common sense would tell you there has to be a limit to the number of people that a that a us of that a nation can sustain habit of hot quranic vajkovici hastert look if you if you're even if you did basic biology in high school you did you ever take biology with the you.

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