Birth Strike founder Blythe Pepino tells Tucker Carlson that she’s too afraid to have children because of the imminent collapse of civilization due to climate change.
Blythe Pepino and Alice Brown spoke to BBC‘s Victoria Derbyshire about how their fears of having children due to climate change have grown. If these women and other Leftists do not or will not have children due to their panic over climate change, have at it! That means there will be fewer Leftists around to… Read More Birth Strike: ‘I won’t have children due to climate change’
Back in June, the city of Berkeley, California passed a resolution declaring a climate emergency and, essentially, calling for population control. The council also voted to urge other governments in the Golden State to take similar action in order to restore a safe climate. On the heels of this, Tucker Carlson interviewed political commentator Anushay… Read More Berkeley Council Calls For Population Control To Address “Climate Emergency”
Pennsylvania millionaire Scott Wallace is running as a Democrat for Congress in his home state. Among the numerous population control causes he has funded, Wallace gave almost half a million dollars to the group Zero Population Growth (ZPG), now known as Population Connection and was founded by population control proponent Paul Ehrlich. As per a… Read More Population Control Fanatic: Parents With More Than Two Kids Are “Irresponsible Breeders”
Last year Tucker Carlson interviewed an environmentalist who agrees with Bill Nye The Science Guy that said true progress in climate change reform will only happen after the older generation dies off.
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.
A pleasantly surprising description of the new Avengers: Infinity War movie from Reason: Thanos, the villain in Infinity War, believes that there are finite resources in the universe—an appropriately illiterate idea, considering that the universe is infinite. Thus, if population growth is left unchecked, rising demand for resources will inevitably bring ruin to everyone. Halving… Read More “Infinity War” Villain, Thanos, is an Environmentalist
Sean Hannity’s Fox News show from Earth Day 2014 in which he discusses six predictions made during the first Earth Day in 1970 that did not come true. Sean then discusses the issue of climate change with guests Dana Perino and DeRoy Murdock. Reason magazine Editor Ronald Bailey compiled an even larger list of claims… Read More Insane Earth Day 1970 Predictions That Didn’t Come True
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… Read More The Unrelenting Guilt of Environmentalist Anti-Procreation
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… Read More We’re All Gonna Starve … No, Wait!