A pervasive fear of overpopulating the world swept America and other countries in the late 1960s and ‘70s, but a revolution in food production turned predictions of a population bomb into a worldwide boom.
The left-wing alarmism about mankind’s imminent doom and gloom has been going on for years. Like all doomsayers, they were and are still wrong.
As a general rule, when someone pretends to know about some imminent doom that will destroy humanity, the planet, the universe, consider him or her as a narcissistic psychopath.
If said person, like Paul Ehrlich, pretends to have a solution to avert the crisis, then consider them a criminal fraud who should be ignored or brought to justice.
As Henry David Thoreau once said: If you see a man approach you with the obvious intent of doing you good, you should run for your life….