Erle Ellis writes in the NYTimes:
The “undernourished” may as well never have been born, right Paul?
For “men who do not want more children”… with a cameo appearance by Population Bomb-er Paul Ehrlich. And what does Don Quixote have to do with vasectomies?
Well… when you get down to it, in the enviro mind, people are the problem.
“One can’t be green and pronatalist at the same time,” says Population Bomb-er Ehrlich.
How about Paul Ehrlich’s personal “War against people.”
Moon and a group of young people made the mistake of smiling in a photo celebrating the global population hitting 7 billion.
But you can help Paul prevent people by signing his pathetic petition?
It would also saves water, food, and money otherwise (apparently) wasted on education, health care… etc.
In Paul Ehrlich’s 1968 book Population Bomb, the third sentence reads:
The Population Bomb’s very first sentence is:
The Register reports:
Okay, so the UN actually postured reality the other way around.
Paul Ehrlich reacts badly to Rex Tillerson’s rhetorical question: “What good is it to save the planet if humanity suffers?”.
Australian people lovers join Sen. Jim Inhofe in being condemned as “morons” this week by Population Bomb-er Paul Ehrlich.
Should we start with the 80-year old’s great grandchildren?
“There won’t be an overstuffed world, after all.”
In The Australian this week [Ehrlich] and his wife Anne warned of “global disaster” if women didn’t stop having “large-scale families”.
“What to Expect When No One’s Expecting: America’s Coming Demographic Disaster.”
The nation’s falling fertility rate is the root cause of many of our problems. And it’s only getting worse.
“Research suggests we may actually face a declining world population in the coming years.”
Paul Ehrlich knows better than to make predictions within his lifetime.
The “geniuses” recommend the 3 “P”s as the solution: Poverty, population control and propaganda.
Mark Steyn explains why population control (in the form of birth control) is inconsistent with the welfare state.
Because preventing people is the best way to save them?
“Kan, described by his teachers as a good student, told police he had intended to continue killing “all bad people” but had called emergency services because he had injured his hand.”
The Sierra Club accused Rick Santorum today of “choosing polluters over public health.” But just exactly who is the greater threat to humanity? Take our poll.
We applaud the Center for Biological Diversity for counseling enviros to breed themselves out of existence.
7 Billion Is Overpopulated? It’s Just A Start.
Check out the ethics of people-hating.
Peruvian anchovy — it’s what’s for dinner in the brave new green order.