Paul Ehrlich’s Population Fraud Turns 50

Dr. Paul Ehrlich’s best selling manual of doom, The Population Bomb turns 50 this month. It was during May of 1968 that his best selling, anti-human, neo-Mathusian screed was published. The New York Times produced an excellent video describing the horrible effects of following Ehrlich’s ideas and shows why they ultimately (pun intended) bombed.

The Unrelenting Guilt of Environmentalist Anti-Procreation

The effects of environmentalism’s anti-human ethics are still being felt, especially when it comes to having children. The New York Times has an article that details this, pointing out that the discussions grounded in climate alarmism about the role of having children has in changing the climate are intensifying. However, the article’s premise and the…

We’re All Gonna Starve … No, Wait!

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…

UK think tank discovers links to environmentalist and anti-population groups

Philanthropy plays a vital role in funding environmentalist causes. The green movement has a elaborate array of foundations and other non-profits that enable environmentalist groups to conduct the numerous operations they undertake. Most recently, environmentalist groups have taken it upon themselves to actively oppose development and extracting resources, even where it is legal to do…