The Satanist/Leninist poison vendors are roaring this week with two genocidal topics: the 7 billionth baby, and "Noted Skeptic" Richard Muller's standard pack of lies about carbon.
Muller is a "Noted Skeptic" in the same way that Rosa Parks was a "tired maid" and Betty Friedan was an "ordinary housewife" and Anita Hill was a "conservative Republican" and David Souter was an "unknown quantity". In fact, all were hardass Commie activists from the start, and the standard Commie lie about their "sudden conversion" or "sudden growth" doesn't work any more.
The dubious "fact" of the 7 billionth baby serves as a platform to launch a week of pro-abort propaganda, coming at the issue from many different angles, always concluding with ALL HUMANS MUST BE KILLED AT BIRTH! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!
One notable exception, created by one amazing man. In this interview,
BBC's hardline Satanist/Leninist host talks with Dr Babatunde Osotimehin,
head of the UN Population Fund.
Most amazing: Osotimehin works for UN, but is NOT a Leninist by any means, though he may be an old-fashioned socialist. How did a sane and factual
man get into a high position at the UN? No matter how it happened, we are blessed by his presence!
He understands population accurately: there's nothing special about 7 billion, and there's no shortage of food. There is a terrible shortage of organization and storage
, especially in the poor countries, and the situation has grown tragically worse in the last few years because Goldman Sachs pushed food prices
up in poor countries in order to obscenely enrich Goldman Sachs. (Osotimehin didn't say that explicitly, but it's true anyway.)
BBC's Gramscian devil kept trying over and over and over to get Osotimehin to agree with genocide, but Oso stayed firmly with facts. He was ready for all questions, and finished with an analogy I hadn't heard before: If you gathered all 7 billion people together as if for a group picture, they would all fit into a metropolitan area like Los Angeles. In other words, we're just not all that damned important
compared with the size of living Nature.
Our overall mass, AND our overall 'emissions' of various chemicals, are about 1/1000 of the overall mass and emissions of bacteria. To a first and second approximation, the earth is bacteria.
To a third approximation, the earth is bacteria and fungi. Big critters like us are just interesting decorations. Of course, big critters like us actually consist more of bacteria and viruses than our "own" cells anyway.