Thursday, November 8, 2007

Told ya

In the previous post I mentioned the ZPG movement and the left. Check this from the corner :
Thursday, November 08, 2007

People who don't need people [Mark Steyn]
"Humanity is the greatest challenge," says Colorado environmental activist John Feeney in "The Green Room" at BBC News. It's not enough to reduce emissions, we have to reduce the folks doing the emitting:

We must end world population growth, then reduce population size. That means lowering population numbers in industrialised as well as developing nations.
It's fascinating to observe how almost any old totalitarian racket becomes respectable once it's cloaked in enviro-hooey. For example, restrictions on freedom of movement were previously the mark of the Soviet Union et al. But in Britain, they're proposing limits on your right to take airline flights to other countries - and, as it's in the name of environmental responsibility, everyone thinks it's a grand idea. Mr Feeney's views are the logical reductio, which means in another six months or so European cabinet ministers and UN officials are bound to start taking them up. Nobel Peace Prize winner and notorious cat slayer Jimmy Carter will turn his shotgun on two-legged targets and start building Habitats for Inhumanity.

I'm with this guy:

George Osmond married his wife, Olive, on Dec. 1, 1944. She died in 2004. The couple had nine children, many of whom became singing stars; 55 grandchildren; and 48 great-grandchildren.
When does the mass euthanasia start?

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