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108,667. Typically states regard the general population as the enemy. That’s normal. The task and role of the population is to be apathetic, obedient, passive. If it’s what’s called a democracy they’re supposed to show up once in a while to ratify elite decisions, but if they get involved in anything beyond that, they’re causing trouble. (Democracy & Population) Noam Chomsky, Speaks Out! Oh Shut Up Ronnie! 1989 Youtube 58.22
108,668. The ideological war: now, if you can’t control the population by force and you can’t even control it by propaganda the state faces a dilemma and there’s only one thing they can do in that case and that is to go underground, and that’s just what happened during the 1980s: Operation Truth went very well. (1980s & Population & Operations) ibid.
109,845. Probably one these [equation] numbers will have to get pretty near to zero … First, we’ve got population: the world today has 6.8 billion people; that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health-care, reproductive health services, we could lower that perhaps to 10-15 per cent. Bill Gates
3,944. A hundred years ago there were one and a half billion people on Earth. Now over six billion crowd our fragile planet. But even so there are still places barely touched by humanity. This series will take you to the last wildernesses and show you the planet and its wildlife as you have never seen it before. (Earth & Humanity & Population) David Attenborough, Planet Earth: Pole to Pole
61,600. It’s coming home to roost over the next 50 years or so. It’s not just climate change; it’s sheer space, places to grow food for this enormous horde. Either we limit our population growth or the natural world will do it for us, and the natural world is doing it for us right now. David Attenborough
61,591. This is the Earth. Our planet. Home to millions of different species. But only one species dominates everything. Human beings. There are nearly seven billion of us living on the Earth, and the human population in increasing by more than two people every second, two hundred thousand people every day. (Population & Earth) David Attenborough, Horizon: How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth? BBC 2009
61,592. I was born in a world of just under two billion people. Today there are nearly seven billion. (Population & Earth) ibid.
61,593. We are beginning to see a levelling-off of agricultural yields. (Population & Earth & Agriculture) ibid.
61,594. You don’t need aggressive policies or government incentives for birth rates to fall. Everywhere in the world where women have access to education and have the freedom to run their own lives on the whole they and their partners are choosing to have smaller families than their parents did. (Population & Earth) ibid.
4,490. Since my birth the population has doubled. (Earth & Population) Supersized Earth I, BBC 2012
35,898. The negative impact of population growth on all of our planetary eco-systems is becoming appallingly evident. Unless nations will agree to work together to tackle these cross-border challenges posed by population growth, over-consumption of resources and environmental degradation, the prospects for a decent life on our planet will be threatened. (New World Order & Population & Eugenics & Rockefeller) David Rockefeller
36,661. The March 1999 Vaccines feature in Parenting magazine provided all propaganda one would expect from a subsidiary of Time Inc. Time-Warner Inc, the parent company, is a corporate member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Time’s president, Richard D Parsons, and the Editor-in-Chief of Time, Norman Pearlstine, are longstanding CFR members. One CFR published policy objective is substantial worldwide depopulation including half of the current US population being targeted. This population reduction program is largely funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and the Merck Fund, both financially and administratively linked to the Merck pharmaceutical company – the world’s leading vaccine manufacturer. (Council on Foreign Relations & Vaccines & Population & Eugenics & Pharmaceutics & Rockefeller) Dr Len Horowitz, Parenting with Deadly Timely Propaganda
61,419. The rise of population did nearly ruin us. It struck a blow at civilisation more ominous than anything since the barbarian invasions. (Civilisation & Population) Kenneth Clark, Civilisation: Heroic Materialism 13/13
61,420. I think that Dickens did more than anyone to diffuse an awakened consciousness. (Civilisation & Population & Humanity) ibid.
61,579. Population, when unchecked, increases in a geometrical ratio. Subsistence only increases in an arithmetic ratio. Thomas Robert Malthus, Essay on the Principle of Population 1798
61,580. The perpetual struggle for room and food. ibid.
61,595. Assuming then my postulata as granted, I say that the power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to provide subsistence for man. ibid.
61,581. We live in a world of relentless change. Huge migrations of people to new megacities ... the population is still growing? Should we be worried? (Population & Change) This World: Don't Panic – The Truth About Population with Professor Hans Rosling, BBC 2013
61,582. The future may not be quite so gloomy. (Population & Future) ibid.
61,583. Most of the population growth in recent years has been in Asian countries. (Population & Asia) ibid.
61,584. The problem here is not lack of knowledge it’s preconceived ideas. (Population & Ideas) ibid.
61,585. This change from big families down to two-child families is one of the most important things that have happened in the world. (Population & Family) ibid.
61,586. The world is much better than many of you think. (Population & World) ibid.
61,601. I meet so many that think population growth is a major problem in regard to climate change. But the number of children born per year in the world has stopped growing since 1990. The total number of children below 15 years of age in the world are now relatively stable around 2 billion. Hans Rosling
61,587. A basic human right, that everyone should have access to contraception. All the evidence is that people take advantage of this once they have the possibility, and they reduce their fertility. If that happens, then amongst other things, the world’s population growth will eventually level out at a lower rather than a higher number. That’s a good thing. (Population & Contraception) Professor Tim Dyson, London School of Economics
61,588. The Earth can accommodate so much consumption, and you might have ten billion people at one level of living, and a billion people at a more comfortable level of living. So carrying capacity is a very flexible idea – you simply divide the total productivity of the Earth by the number of people and that gives you some idea of the number of people the Earth can support. (Population & People & Earth) Professor William Rees, university of British Colombia
61,589. The sustainable goal is the elimination of the middle class. The world cannot support six billion people. But you see the plan behind sustainable development includes population control. It’s a program for land use control, education control and population control. The leaders of the sustainable movement say that the world’s human population should not exceed five hundred million people. Dr Michael Shaw
61,590. The real problem is this, James: in two decades there will be seven billion human beings on this planet. Most of them brown yellow or black. All of them hungry, all of them determined to love. They swarm out of their breeding grounds into Europe and North America. Hence Vietnam. An all-out effort there will give us control of South Asia for decades to come. And with proper planning we can reduce the population to 550 million by the end of the century. I know. I’ve seen the data. Executive Action 1973 starring Bert Lancaster & Robert Ryan & Will Greer & Gilbert Green & John Anderson & Paul Carr & Colby Chester & Ed Lauter Walter Brooke & John Brascia & Richard Bull & Sidney Clute et al, director David Miller, opening caption
61,596. Ancient monuments, modern disasters, deadly prophecies, a mysterious monolith predicts an apocalyptic future ... all signs now point to a cataclysmic event. (Population & Apocalypse) Conspiracy Files Unsealed: Global Depopulation
61,597. Did the Rosicrucians build the Georgia Guidestones? (Population & Rosicrucian & Georgia Guidestones) ibid.
61,598. The population of the US will shrink from 250 million to about 22.5 million before 1999 because of famine and global warming. Professor Paul Ehrlich, Healing the Planet
61,599. A symposium was held in 1957 which was attended by some of the great scientific minds then living. They reached the conclusion that by, or shortly after, the year 2000 the planet would self-destruct due to increased population and man’s exploitation of the environment without any help from God or the Aliens.
By secret Executive order of President Eisenhower, the Jason Scholars were ordered to study this scenario and make recommendations from their findings. William Cooper, article Alternative 3
50,005. Almost half of the population of the world lives in rural regions and mostly in a state of poverty. Such inequalities in human development have been one of the primary reasons for unrest and, in some parts of the world, even violence. (Poverty & Inequality & Population) A P J Abdul Kalam
61,602. Some global hazards are insidious. They stem from pressure on energy supplies, food, water and other natural resources. And they will be aggravated as the population rises to a projected nine billion by mid-century, and by the effects of climate change. An ‘ecological shock’ could irreversibly degrade our environment. (Population & Environment) Martin Rees