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Overpopulation, Another Lie

The idea that there would be too many people on the planet to feed probably started in 1798 when Thomas Malthus wrote “An Essay on the Principle of Population.” In this work he predicted that mankind’s birthrate would soon outstrip our ability to grow food and lead to mass starvation. He was wrong but it didn’t stop another influencer from Stanford University, professor Paul Ehrlich from making a similar prediction in his 1968 book, ‘The Population Bomb,’ which sold a couple of million copies. It too was erroneous but politicians jumped on the idea nevertheless and spent billions of dollars attempting to ride the overpopulation train which has lead to horrible population control programs and a lot of human suffering.

As we have seen with the climate crisis hoax, the overpopulation hoax is built on a very basic and faulty premise, that humans are not valuable.

Below is a recent quote by Walter E. Williams, a professor of economics at George Mason University, USA.

“The greatest threat to mankind’s prosperity is government, not population growth. For example, Zimbabwe was agriculturally rich but, with government interference, was reduced to the brink of mass starvation. Any country faced with massive government interference can be brought to starvation. Blaming poverty on overpopulation not only lets governments off the hook but also encourages the enactment of harmful, inhumane policies.”

When we look back through human history, this has certainly been the case and Globalists are now pushing the same agenda. Don’t fall for it.

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