Soylent Green May Really Be Made From People

The more you know, the more you flinch for the safety and soul of our country. We all know of the unconstitutional “Czars” that Hussein has been appointing- this is so as to bypass the Constitutional system of Checks and Balances, which is supposed to slow down the law- making process, so as to give everyone a chance to have their input heard, and to help keep bad laws from being passed. Well, with these “Czars”,  Hussein does not have to answer to Congress. And what Czars he chooses- There is Stephen Chu, a man who believes that International law trumps our Constitution, and should be the law of the land here- that would be bad enough, but the man who takes the cake (so far) is John Holdren, a Harvard University Professor (aren’t they all), who has advocated in the past that it would be okay to abort an infant up to two years old. That’s right, kill babies. His reasoning is that until the baby can realize that there’s a tomorrow, the baby is not really human.

He also has postulated that sterilants (birth control drugs) should be added to the water we drink, on the grounds that there are already too many people, and certainly too many of the wrong kind, whatever that is supposed to mean.

President Obama’s “science czar,” Paul Holdren, once floated the idea of forced abortions, “compulsory sterilization,” and the creation of a “Planetary Regime” that would oversee human population levels and control all natural resources as a means of protecting the planet — controversial ideas his critics say should have been brought up in his Senate confirmation hearings.

He was confirmed with little fanfare on March 19 as director of the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, a 50-person directorate that advises the president on scientific affairs, focusing on energy independence and global warming.

But many of Holdren’s radical ideas on population control were not brought up at his confirmation hearings; it appears that the senators who scrutinized him had no knowledge of the contents of a textbook he co-authored in 1977, “Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment,” a copy of which was obtained by FOXNews.com.

The 1,000-page course book, which was co-written with environmental activists Paul and Anne Ehrlich, discusses and in one passage seems to advocate totalitarian measures to curb population growth, which it says could cause an environmental catastrophe.

Those plans include forcing single women to abort their babies or put them up for adoption; implanting sterilizing capsules in people when they reach puberty; and spiking water reserves and staple foods with a chemical that would make people sterile.

To help achieve those goals, they formulate a “world government scheme” they call the Planetary Regime, which  would administer the world’s resources and human growth, and they discuss the development of an “armed international organization, a global analogue of a police force” to which nations would surrender part of their sovereignty.

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Is this the man you want for a Science Czar? I mean really- the unspoken offspring of Josef Mengele? This is a person who truly believes that he alone will know the way, and that way is the forced curbing of our population through involuntary birth control and infanticide. Now it really will be possible, under this deranged man to have the “fetal farms” that could support the embryonic stem cell research that could supply body parts for the new “ruling class”.

When you combine this man with Cass Sunstein, another Obama friend and appointee, who believes that animals have rights at least as equal as people do, and can possibly sue people in court, what you have in our government today is a remarkable combination of true insanity, and dangerous people in charge of our destinies. 

If you take a close look at All of Hussein’s Czars, you will find a truly disturbing pattern of attempting to alter human behavior to suit their beliefs, and a part of this is to destroy the Constitution, because that one piece of paper is a blatant slap in the face to these Fascists.

The Constitution gives people rights and powers, the same rights and powers that these people feel the government should have, not the people who deserve and need them. These “Czars”, all of them, want to control your lives- they feel that they know better than you, and that they can do a better job of regulating your behavior than you can.

This will include killing your babies if they feel that your genetics aren’t optimum- Really– up til the age of two, they won’t have a problem with it. 

If they have their way, birth control solutions could be added to our drinking water, to “control” our population until these Czars determine that our population is at the number that these people determine is optimum.

They are insane- but they have been appointed, with no oversight by Congress, by our gutless leader.

Is this the life you thought you voted for?

Blake

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18 Responses to “Soylent Green May Really Be Made From People”

  1. a mother says:

    Remindes me of that Luke Wilson movie “Idiocracy”. Kind of stupid, but if you’re drunk enough (or pay enough attention), you can pick up the underlying issues it’s really about.

  2. Blake says:

    Oh there’s a LOT of underlying problems with this administration, they just try to keep the really bad parts hidden for now.

  3. mom2six says:

    Informative article! It is hard for me to understand why they can be so blatant in their anti-American, anti-life agenda while most Americans remain blissfully ignorant!! I am curious,though, where he stated his acceptance of aborting a child up to 2 years old. It would be great to be able to cite his own words!

    • Blake says:

      The quotes are in his textbook, the one he co authored with the erlichs.
      And, actually, it’s kind of creepy to read these words and know that this was a textbook, meant for our kids- well, college kids, but impressionable ones, I am sure.

    • Blake says:

      Here’s some more of this thread on this topic:
      many of Holdren’s radical ideas on population control were not brought up at his confirmation hearings; it appears that the senators who scrutinized him had no knowledge of the contents of a textbook he co-authored in 1977, “Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment,” a copy of which was obtained by FOXNews.com.

      The 1,000-page course book, which was co-written with environmental activists Paul and Anne Ehrlich, discusses and in one passage seems to advocate totalitarian measures to curb population growth, which it says could cause an environmental catastrophe.

      The three authors summarize their guiding principle in a single sentence: “To provide a high quality of life for all, there must be fewer people.”

      As first reported by FrontPage Magazine, Holdren and his co-authors spend a portion of the book discussing possible government programs that could be used to lower birth rates.

      Those plans include forcing single women to abort their babies or put them up for adoption; implanting sterilizing capsules in people when they reach puberty; and spiking water reserves and staple foods with a chemical that would make people sterile.

      • Darrel says:

        [quote]”…guiding principle… : “To provide a high quality of life for all, there must be fewer people.”>>

        DAR
        Anyone who doesn’t believe this can have their opinion changed by a quick visit to India. They could also take a few moments to educate themselves about the history of famine in China.

        [quote]”possible government programs that could be used to lower birth rates.”>>

        DAR
        As if, in a places where the birth rate approaches 50 per thousand, this wouldn’t be a good thing (the US has a birth rate of 13 per thousand).

        The poverty and suffering that comes from this cycle of ignorance and lack of contraception is almost beyond comprehension.

        See a list of countries with the highest birth rates here:

        http://www.aneki.com/birth.html

        As one fellow put it “development is the best contraception.”

        D.

        • Blake says:

          It’s a matter of supply, Darrel- do they have a lot of people? Yes- but most of these could do with some good lessons on farming, digging a well, and cleanliness.
          It astounds ,e that almost fifty years after forming the peace corps. so little has been accomplished in the aggregate.

    • Darrel says:

      MOM2: “I am curious,though, where he stated his acceptance of aborting a child up to 2 years old. It would be great to be able to cite his own words!”>>

      DAR
      It would be great. But it’s not possible for Blake to cite these words because Blake is simply passing along misinformation and lies he didn’t bother to check before he passed them along and made a fool of himself, once again.

      D.

      • Blake says:

        It is not possible to pull that direct quote from his book, as do not have the book. Rest assured, when do, I will share. My confidence level on this is high as obtained this from a trusted friend.
        I will get the book, even though I don’t like revisiting Nazi Eugenics experiments and policies, and this is one facet of this book.
        Inthe meantime, perhaps I should apologize for getting the cart in front of the horse- but not that I am wrong, just premature with confirmation.

    • Blake says:

      mom2six, go here

      • Blake says:

        Darrel, you go there also. Then tell me what you think.
        Lies? I don’t think so.

        • Darrel says:

          I already read your “zombietime” source when I was trying to confirm your claim. It’s not there. Quote where it is.

          Momsix asked:

          “…where he stated his acceptance of aborting a child up to 2 years old.”

          My confidence level couldn’t be higher that you are wrong. You can’t confirm the quote not because you don’t have the text book but rather because it doesn’t exist. If it did exist, it would be all over the internet (as you know).

          D.

        • Blake says:

          Perhaps you are right, Darrel, but the fact is that I am not as accomplished as you in researching with a computer, so really I can’t say it is not true, but I CAN say that I haven’t yet found it, so you might be right- or not. I can’t say yet.
          Still looking.

        • Darrel says:

          BLK: “I am not as accomplished as you in researching with a computer”>>

          DAR
          Well I would be glad to help you with this. Just ask.

          For instance, I went to the zombie cite page and searched it for the word “years.” (Control “f” brings up the word search function). This would find all of the instances of the word “years” which would be near any claim regarding “aborting a child up to 2 years old.” Nothing. Then I looked at several far right pages going on about Holdren. Nothing about this. I googled “holdren abort.” Again, nothing. That’s a fail. Takes just minutes.

          D.

  4. Jane M says:

    Try the following:

    http://astore.amazon.com/gt09a-20

    Great initiative !!!

    Jane M.