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The humanity haters

There are those in power who consider humanity a virus, humanity as maggots, humanity as A plague upon the earth and an enemy of gaia itself. Whilst some of them are unelected monarchy many are politicians going for the popular vote. As the UN’s Agenda21 looms large as a depopulation strategy, with the elitists like Bill Gates fantasising and implementing the reduction of earths population to 500 million we have to ask is this sound science or is it power hungry self appointed messiahs gone mad?. The latter is surely the case. None of them volunteer to go as they plan the genocide of billions.

It is said you could fit the population of the world at the density of New York into the Australian Island of Tasmania, so it’s not a matter of available land mass to house the people of the world. It is said that we don’t have the resources to feed the world, but often what is thrown away could feed most of it. CO2, the bogeyman of the global warmists is actually greening the world, deserts are shrinking, and as nurserymen have known for ages who pump CO2 into their greenhouses to increase plant growth. So plant growth, aka food production is on the rise. It is part of the symbiotic relationship we have with the rest of nature, of which we are an integral part.

World poverty often comes down to a single issue – politics. Politics falls apart when those in power are more interested in representing themselves than serving the basic humanitarian needs of the people who elected them. How many nations are there with rich despotic leaders who live in obscene wealth while many of their people die from hunger or ideological wars? It is corruption, greed and selfishness that kills. The more centralised power, the worst the abuses, the greater the consequences, the more likely the people are treated as numbers rather than as humans. The most despotic organisations are those that are global, international, like the UN.

When you look at democracy, people are best served by localised representatives, best served by those who want to empower them, not kill them, best served by those who want to listen to them, not tell them what to do.

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