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MandM
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 Radical Depopulation Of The Earth - The Solution To Mankind's Problems?

I am amazed by how many people I talk to and how many posts I see on the forums these days that agree with the "need" to reduce the population.

It seems like everyone is going crazy! I see calls for a "one child policy", calls for making large families an "eco-crime" and calls for eliminating 90 percent of the earth's population all over the internet.

It seems as though more and more people are buying into the propaganda of the New World Order. Look at what the following article is saying about this situation:

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http://shatteredparadigm.blogspot.com/2008/05/radical-depopulation-of-earth-solution.html

Radical Depopulation Of The Earth - The Solution To Mankind's Problems?

Today the call for depopulating the earth has grown louder than ever. College professors are given standing ovations by their students when they call for a 90 percent reduction in the human population of the earth. Ted Turner states "A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal", and the global elite applaud him. The Georgia Guidestones which call for us to "maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature" are quoted more and more with approval by our leaders.

What is this world coming to?

It seems as though for the global elite, every major crisis these days is an opportunity to further one of the key pillars of their agenda:

Less people.

Problem: Gas costs too much and we are faced with "global warming".

Answer: Get rid of a whole bunch of people and we will use less gas and we will produce less "greenhouse gases".

Problem: Medical costs are increasing.

Answer: Get rid of a whole bunch of people and kill off the elderly and we will have fewer medical costs.

Now Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, has the perfect solution for the "food crisis":

Get rid of a whole bunch of people......

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Article continued here:

http://shatteredparadigm.blogspot.com/2008/05/radical-depopulation-of-earth-solution.html

 2008/5/12 15:42Profile
Compton
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 Re: Radical Depopulation Of The Earth - The Solution To Mankind's Problems?

So tragic. The final conclusion of modern evolutionary philosophy will be genocide. The day of the Lord, as terrible as it will be, dreadful beyond our ability to imagine, will in fact be an act of merciful intervention against the savage and unappeasable heart of sinful man.

And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect's sake those days shall be shortened.

MC


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Mike Compton

 2008/5/12 17:20Profile
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it goes against god in being fruitful and multiply!


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Dominic Shiells

 2008/5/12 21:00Profile
MandM
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I think this is a very important discussion to have.

These are issues that don't get enough coverage in the media.

But issues regarding population are becoming more and more prominent, and there are huge differences of opinion about how to deal with them.

Hopefully when people look for answers to these issues they will look to God for the right answers.

 2008/5/20 17:31Profile









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I think if God told us to be fruitfull and multiply... and since God can see the beginning and the end... dont ya think if He was concerned with the earth becoming too full He might have said something to us about it?

Instead... nothing. Crickets.

Y'all... be fruitful... not fruity like these eco-terrorists.

Krispy

 2008/5/20 17:44
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Y'all... be fruitful... not fruity like these eco-terrorists.



:lol:


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Mike Compton

 2008/5/20 18:50Profile
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From Dr. Albert Mohler's website today...

When Deaths Outnumber Births -- The Parable of Pittsburgh

Posted: Friday, May 23, 2008 at 1:24 am ET


Demography is not destiny, but that claim is not, humanly speaking, far off the mark. The pattern of populations and social behaviors will establish the character and contours of any civilization. For this reason, any major change in the population is significant, and the more unexpected the change, the more significant its impact.

Thus, Americans should take a close look at the fact that in a handful of major metropolitan areas, deaths now outnumber births. In times past, this would have indicated a major catastrophe such as famine, plague, or war. But with regard to these cities, the causes include nothing to do with famine, plague, or war.

The New York Times reports that Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a symbol of this new development. As the paper reported in its May 18, 2008 edition, this development is significant indeed.

From the report:

Hospitals are closing obstetrics wards and converting them to acute care. Local governments and other social service providers are adjusting to the emergence of entire neighborhoods where the average age is soaring, and private foundations are awarding scholarships to retain students and attract new ones.

In Pittsburgh, public school enrollment plummeted from about 70,000 two decades ago to about 30,000 and continues shrinking by about 1,000 a year.

"At a certain point the school system becomes no longer viable," said Grant Oliphant, the new president of the Pittsburgh Foundation, which is overseeing a program that provides college scholarships worth up to $40,000 for any student who has attended the city's public schools since the ninth grade and graduates from high school with a grade point average of at least 2.0.

This report is certain to surprise many Americans -- those unaware of the looming demographic crisis faced by many American communities. Some of these citizens are probably aware of the collapsing birthrates in Europe and Japan, but thought that American exceptionalism would ensure that no similar development would reach American shores.

Those same citizens are also probably unaware that America's birthrate just slightly above base population replacement is sustained at that level only by the higher reproduction rates of new immigrants -- to whom we should be grateful for representing their hopes by having children.

The situation in Pittsburgh is complicated by factors including economic shifts and a general loss of population. But when all things are taken into consideration, this means that Pittsburgh will see more funerals than baby showers. A community cannot survive that imbalance for long. Warnings of such developments as a collapse of the schools are not projected all that far into the future.

And Pittsburgh is not alone:

Other metropolitan areas, too, are teetering on the brink of natural decrease.

In the 1990s, deaths outnumbered births in only four metropolitan areas with more than 250,000 people, and three of those were in the South. Since 2000, 10 metropolitan areas -- half of them outside the South -- have suffered a net loss of population to natural decrease.

In three other areas hurt by vanishing industry, Buffalo-Niagara Falls and Utica-Rome in upstate New York, and Duluth, Minn., deaths exceeded births in at least one year in this decade.

The collapse of birthrates is a sign of huge social and moral transformations. Schools are called into question, but so are churches and other institutions. Falling church statistics across denominational lines are, to a significant degree, traceable to falling birthrates among members. This trend was first visible within the mainline Protestant denominations, but is now visible among Evangelicals, including the Southern Baptist Convention.

Pittsburgh is becoming a parable of population loss for the rest of the nation. Will anyone take notice?


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Mike Compton

 2008/5/23 11:38Profile









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KrispyKrittr wrote:
I think if God told us to be fruitfull and multiply... and since God can see the beginning and the end... dont ya think if He was concerned with the earth becoming too full He might have said something to us about it?

Instead... nothing. Crickets.



I guess when the church is raptured someone will post an article or a thread titled.

"POPULATION DECLINE, DID GOD SEND THE DECEIVED PEOPLE TO HELL ALREADY?"

 2008/5/23 11:47
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 Re: Radical Depopulation Of The Earth - The Solution To Mankind's Problems?

Well, you could inform these worry worts the day is coming when God will have a third of the population killed (Rev. 9: 15,18), so they don't have to do a thing to depopulate the globe!

Wonder what their reaction would be??

ginnyrose


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