Discussion in 'Ufology' started by JamesWhitehead, Nov 22, 2002.
They're obviously cheeky arseholes.
Diabetes and cancer do have a genetic component.
The continuing population explosion is mostly from the parts of the world where they haven't done stuff to people's DNA.
Is that a scientific term?
It was Fort himself, was it not, who said "We are property"? It's not too far a stretch of the imagination (Hollywood manages it!) to speculate that some of those empowered to do so (and who always justify their actions to themselves as 'for the greater good, etc,') might look at the world population and realise that, like locusts, if we continue to proliferate at the rate we are, we will likewise all bloom and then die off wholesale as all resources are consumed.
You could term this a global re-set, but this would be an uncontrolled event. Far better to conduct a controlled population reduction by whatever means, to justify the aim of human perpetuation, albeit on a highly selective basis. It's the basis of popular books - think Dan Brown's Inferno; the movie Kingsmen - and so on. In effect, the four horsemen become the 'necessary' tools in a Malthusian Apocalypse of War, Famine, Pestilence and Death, to achieve a proportionate 'cull' of humanity's perceived 'dead wood'. The Georgia monoliths and the Denver Airport murals are quite direct on this point - conspiracy stuff, of course, but demonstrating that someone of some wealth and influence is putting out 'solutions' to this effect - and history shows that less subtle 'final solutions' have been attempted in reality.
Modern consumer culture itself, of course, correlates with population expansion (cheaper, mass-produced food (cue diabetes), health-care, a relatively stable global economy, reduced threat of warfare, and so on), but that same environment also increasingly introduces negative factors - pollution (chemical / agrochemical, radiation - cue cancer) amd competition for diminishing global resources (hence economic fall-out and risk of conflict after all) - which all act as some kind of brake. In 2007, however, an international symposium on global population growth held in Cairo concluded that previous assumptions that a natural plateauing would be reached at around 11 billion before falling back, was in error, and that population growth was effectively out of control. Cue the despot(s) with a great idea for a new deluge!
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