Wednesday, 23 September 2009

UK POPULATION MUST FALL TO 30 MILLION - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR HIGHLY TOXIC VACCINE TRIALS


And Still The People Kept Their Heads Stuck Firmly in The Sand!
The old demonic lie continues: we the people are the problem, why don't we just lie down and die??
The power elite need this world all to themselves!


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By Edward Laughlan

There is much evidence in the world today to suggest that our governments, here in the west at least, are hellbent on reducing the world's population. Britain's own Prince Philip indeed has devoted his entire life traipsing the planet, giving genocidal talks in the universities of the wealthy, convincing them that "we the people" are the planets worst enemy. We, the poor people that is!

A depopulation agenda talk always falls on eager to listen ears and nodding heads (in agreement of course) amongst the rich, who have always despised the poor around them. They hate the thought of having to share. They feel threatened by poor people. They would dearly prefer to have this big beautiful Earth and all it contains, just for themselves. There is just not enough room, they declare, for poor people. Before we go further, let's take a look at an earlier post I put up (exactly one year ago), regarding Prince Philip's Illuminati agenda:

ILLUMINATI AGENDA: 80% MUST DIE!

THE TRUTH BEHIND THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT AND ALL GREEN 'SAVE THE EARTH' GROUPS

Here, from the mouth of an Illuminati elitist puppet, the hard, sad and shocking truth behind what they have been telling us for many years now. We the people are the problem. They want us to understand that and accept that some of us must go. But do not worry, they - the elite, shall remain to look after and care for Mother Earth. After all, they are the only ones with the caring know-how and the technology to do it. We must trust that they know what they are doing - it is for the best - the planet and its animals and fauna must be saved. The only way to do it is to convince us all that Nature (with a capital N) must come first. The time has now come to cull surplus 'problem' homo sapiens. Read on:

Prince Philip, In His Own Words: We Need To 'Cull' The Surplus Population
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Printed in The American Almanac, August 25, 1997.
His Royal Virus

Reported by Deutsche Press Agentur (DPA), August, 1988.
“In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation.”

Prince Philip, in his Foreward to If I Were an Animal; United Kingdom, Robin Clark Ltd., 1986.
“I just wonder what it would be like to be reincarnated in an animal whose species had been so reduced in numbers than it was in danger of extinction. What would be its feelings toward the human species whose population explosion had denied it somewhere to exist... I must confess that I am tempted to ask for reincarnation as a particularly deadly virus.”

Press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on the occasion of the “Caring for Creation”
conference of the North American Conference on Religion and Ecology, May 18, 1990.
“It is now apparent that the ecological pragmatism of the so-called pagan religions, such as that of the American Indians, the Polynesians, and the Australian Aborigines, was a great deal more realistic in terms of conservation ethics than the more intellectual monotheistic philosophies of the revealed religions.”
Address on Receiving Honorary Degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, July 1, 1983.
“For example, the World Health Organization Project, designed to eradicate malaria from Sri Lanka in the post-war years, achieved its purpose. But the problem today is that Sri Lanka must feed three times as many mouths, find three times as many jobs, provide three times the housing, energy, schools, hospitals and land for settlement in order to maintain the same standards. Little wonder the natural environment and wildlife in Sri Lanka has suffered. The fact [is] ... that the best-intentioned aid programs are at least partially responsible for the problems.”

Preface to Down to Earth by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1988, p.8.
“I don't claim to have any special interest in natural history, but as a boy I was made aware of the annual fluctuations in the number of game animals and the need to adjust the ‘cull’ to the size of the surplus population.”

Lecture to the European Council of International Schools. Montreaux, Switzerland, Nov. 14, 1986.
“The great difficulty about ‘life’ is that we humans are part of it, and it is therefore almost impossible to study objectively... It therefore tends to be anthropocentric and gives scant attention to the welfare of all the other life-forms which share this planet with us. ... When the Bible says that man shall have ‘dominion’ over God's creation, the choice is between understanding dominion as in ‘having power over,’ or dominion as ‘having responsibility for.’”

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Conflict Between Instinct and Reason
Fawley Foundation Lecture. Southampton University, Nov. 24, 1967.
“The conflict between instinct and reason has reached a critical stage in man's affairs, largely because the explosion of facts has revealed the instincts for what they are and at the same time it has undermined traditional philosophies and ideologies. The explosion of facts has effectively altered mankind's physical and intellectual environment and when any environment changes, the process of natural selection is brutal and merciless. ‘Adapt or die’ is as true today as it was in the beginning.”

Introduction to Exploitation of the Natural System section of Down to Earth by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1988.
“It took about three and a half billion years for life on earth to reach the state of complexity and diversity that our ancestors knew as recently as 200 years ago. It has only taken industrial and scientific man those 200 years to put at risk the whole of the world's natural system. It has been estimated that by the year 2000, some 300,000 species of plants and animals will have become extinct, and that the natural economy, upon which all life depends, will have been seriously disrupted. The paradox is that this will have been achieved with the best possible intentions. The human population must be properly fed, human life must be preserved and human existence must be made safer and more comfortable. All these things are obviously highly desirable, but if their achievement means putting the survival of future generations at risk, then there is a pressing obligation on present generations to apply some measure of self-restraint.”

Address to Edinburgh University Union, Nov. 24 1969.
“We talk about over and underdeveloped countries; I think a more exact division might be between underdeveloped and overpopulated. The more people there are, the more industry and more waste and the more sewage there is, and therefore the more pollution.”

The Fairfield Osborne Lecture, New York, Oct. 1 1980.
“If the world pollution situation is not critical at the moment, it is as certain as anything can be that the situation will become increasingly intolerable within a very short time. The situation can be controlled, and even reversed; but it demands cooperation on a scale and intensity beyond anything achieved so far.I realize that there are vital causes to be fought for, and I sympathize with people who work up a passionate concern about the all too many examples of inhumanity, injustice, and unfairness; but behind all this hangs a deadly cloud. Still largely unnoticed and unrecognized, the process of destroying our natural environment is gathering speed and momentum. If we fail to cope with the challenge, the other problems will pale into insignificance.”

Introduction to The Population Factor section of Down to Earth by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1988.
“What has been described as the ‘balance of nature’ is simply nature's system of self-limitation. Fertility and breeding success create the surpluses after allowing for the replacement of the losses. Predation, climatic variation, disease, starvation--and in the case of the inappropriately named Homo sapiens, wars and terrorism--are the principal means by which population numbers are kept under some sort of control. Viewed dispassionately, it must be obvious that the world's human population has grown to such a size that it is threatening its own habitat; and it has already succeeded in causing the extinction of large numbers of wild plant and animal species. Some have simply been killed off. Others have quietly disappeared, as their habitats have been taken over or disturbed by human activities.”

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Humans are the Greatest Threat to Survival
Interview with HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in People Dec. 21, 1981 titled Vanishing Breeds Worry Prince Philip, But Not as Much as Overpopulation.
Q: What do you consider the leading threat to the environment? A: “Human population growth is probably the single most serious long-term threat to survival. We're in for a major disaster if it isn't curbed--not just for the natural world, but for the human world. The more people there are, the more resources they'll consume, the more pollution they'll create, the more fighting they will do. We have no option. If it isn't controlled voluntarily, it will be controlled involuntarily by an increase in disease, starvation and war.”

Address to the Joint Meeting of the All-Party Group on Population and Development and the All-Party Conservation Committee in London, March 11, 1987.
“I do believe ... that human population pressure--the sheer number of people on this planet--is the single most important cause of the degradation of the natural environment, of the progressive extinction of wild species of plants and animals, and of the destabilization of the world's climatic and atmospheric systems.The simple fact is that the human population of the world is consuming natural renewable resources faster than it can regenerate, and the process of exploitation is causing even further damage. If this is already happening with a population of 4 billion, I ask you to imagine what things will be like when the population reaches six and then 10 billion.... All this has been made possible by the industrial revolution and the scientific explosion and it is spread around the world by the new economic religion of development.”

Address at the Salford University Degree Ceremony, July 16, 1973.
“There may be disagreements about the time scale, but in principle there can be little doubt that the population cannot go on increasing indefinitely. Resources presently being used will not last forever and pollution in its broadest sense, unless severely checked, is bound to increase with population and industrial activity.”

Address to All-Party Conservation Committee in London, Feb. 18, 1981.
“I suspect that the single most important gift of progress to conservation has been the development of human contraception techniques.”

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The survival of the ‘most important’ Interview with HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in People magazine, Dec. 21, 1981 titled Vanishing Breeds Worry Prince Philip, But Not as Much as Overpopulation.

Q: Is birth control part of the solution? A: “Yes, but you can't legislate these problems away. You've got to get people to understand the need for it: the more important people, the ones who have responsibilities have got to do it because they're at the receiving end. They've got to accept the measures.”

The Chancellor's Lecture, Salford University, June 4, 1982.
“As long ago as 1798, Malthus explained what happens when the factors limiting the increase in any population are removed. One of the factors noticed by Darwin was that all species are capable of producing vastly greater populations than can be sustained by existing resources; populations did not increase at the rate at which they are capable was the basis for his theory of Evolution by Natural Selection. The relevance to natural selection of this capacity for overproduction is that as each individual is slightly different to all the others it is probable that under natural conditions those individuals which happen to be best adapted to the prevailing circumstances have a better chance of survival. Well, so what? Well, take a look at the figures for the human population of this world. One hundred fifty years ago it stood at about 1,000 million or in common parlance today, 1 billion. It then took about a 100 years to double to 2 billion. It took 30 years to add the third billion and 15 years to reach today's total of 4.4 billion. With a present world average rate of growth of 1.8%, the total population by the year 2000 will have increased to an estimated 6 billion and in that and in subsequent years 100 million people will be added to the world population each year. In fact it could be as much as 16 billion by 2045. As a consequence the demand on resources of land alone will mean a third less farm land available and the destruction of half of the present area of productive tropical forest. Bearing in mind the constant reduction of non-renewable resources, there is a strong possibility of growing scarcity and reduction of standards. More people consume more resources. It is as simple as that; and transferring resources and standards from the richer to the poorer countries can only have a marginal effect in the face of this massive increase in the world population.”

Speech at the Margaret Pyke Memorial Trust Dinner in London, Dec. 14 1983.
“So long as they [birth control methods] ... remained taboo subjects the chances of making any impression on the human population explosion were that much more remote.”

“In the introduction to the IUCN Red Data Books which list all animals and plants under threat of extinction, it says that virtually everywhere the major threat to a wild species is loss of habitat to a rapidly increasing human population requiring more space in order to build villages and cities and grow more food. But starvation and poverty cannot be eradicated solely by increased food and resources at the expense of what remains of the natural world. Any increase in the provision of food and resources must be accompanied by a drastic reduction in the rate of increase in the human population.”


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Address on Receiving Honorary Degree from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, July 1, 1983.
“The industrial revolution sparked the scientific revolution and brought in its wake better public hygiene, better medical care and yet more efficient agriculture. The consequence was a population explosion which still continues today. The sad fact is that, instead of the same number of people being very much better off, more than twice as many people are just as badly off as they were before. Unfortunately all this well-intentioned development has resulted in an ecological disaster of immense proportions.”... (End of quote) The above report can be seen in full at:


And here below is the Illuminati elite monument that mirrors the thoughts of our caring Prince Philip. Carved in granite and erected on a hill on the outskirts of the granite tombstone capital of the world, Elberton, Georgia. Its message to the world’s inhabitants is extremely chilling and clear. Set up in 1980, a Masonic 33 years before the supposed fateful 2013, the end of time as we know it, as they are so faithfully indoctrinating us with. The end time Mayan Calander myth, the Sumerian myth, the Planet X myth and many other myths thrown in to boot! The truth is, if anything happens at the end of 2012 as they are brainwashing us into believing, you can rest assured it will be man himself who orchestrates it, the same men in fact who orchestrated the pulling down of the Twin Towers on September 11th, 2001! Can they do it? Oh yes they can - you wanted change and they have the super weapons to bring it around like HAARP. Check out Jerry E. Smith's book, HAARP: Ultimate Weapon of the Conspiracy and tell me I'm wrong!





















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From
March 22, 2009

UK population must fall to 30m, says Porritt

JONATHON PORRITT, one of Gordon Brown’s leading green advisers, is to warn that Britain must drastically reduce its population if it is to build a sustainable society.
Porritt’s call will come at this week’s annual conference of the Optimum Population Trust (OPT), of which he is patron.
The trust will release research suggesting UK population must be cut to 30m if the country wants to feed itself sustainably.
Porritt said: “Population growth, plus economic growth, is putting the world under terrible pressure.
“Each person in Britain has far more impact on the environment than those in developing countries so cutting our population is one way to reduce that impact.”
Population growth is one of the most politically sensitive environmental problems. The issues it raises, including religion, culture and immigration policy, have proved too toxic for most green groups.
However, Porritt is winning scientific backing. Professor Chris Rapley, director of the Science Museum, will use the OPT conference, to be held at the Royal Statistical Society, to warn that population growth could help derail attempts to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Rapley, who formerly ran the British Antarctic Survey, said humanity was emitting the equivalent of 50 billion tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year.
“We have to cut this by 80%, and population growth is going to make that much harder,” he said.
Such views on population have split the green movement. George Monbiot, a prominent writer on green issues, has criticised population campaigners, arguing that “relentless” economic growth is a greater threat.
Many experts believe that, since Europeans and Americans have such a lopsided impact on the environment, the world would benefit more from reducing their populations than by making cuts in developing countries.
This is part of the thinking behind the OPT’s call for Britain to cut population to 30m — roughly what it was in late Victorian times.
Britain’s population is expected to grow from 61m now to 71m by 2031. Some politicians support a reduction.
Phil Woolas, the immigration minister, said: “You can’t have sustainability with an increase in population.”
The Tory leader, David Cameron, has also suggested Britain needs a “coherent strategy” on population growth.
Despite these comments, however, government and Conservative spokesmen this weekend both distanced themselves from any population policy. ” 



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