The Club Of Rome's Plan For Mass Human Depopulation

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IN APRIL 1968, a group of thirty individuals from ten countries gathered in Rome to discuss "the present and future predicament of man."

Out of this meeting grew The Club of Rome, an informal organization of intellectuals and business leaders whose goal is "a critical discussion of pressing global issues."

In 1972 the Club of Rome published the report The Limits to Growth which warned that the then-current trends of population growth and economic expansion were unsustainable and would ultimately result in a societal collapse unless measures were taken to limit population growth and economic expansion.

The report argued that the world population, if allowed to continue growing unchecked, would eventually collapse due to a combination of land and food shortages, depleted natural resources, and pollution. The report suggested that in order to avoid an inevitable and uncontrolled population collapse, humanity should quickly work towards achieving an "equilibrium state." This "equilibrium state" would be the point at which the birth rate equals the death rate and the capital investment rate equals the capital depreciation rate.

The report states that:

"An equilibrium state would not be free of pressures, since no society can be free of pressures. Equilibrium would require trading certain human freedoms, such as producing unlimited numbers of children or consuming uncontrolled amounts of resources."

It is clear that the purpose of the report was not simply to warn of a potential calamity if existing trends continued unchecked, but also to push an agenda of population control. The report states that

"deliberately limiting growth would be difficult, but not impossible. The way to proceed is clear, and the necessary steps, although they are new ones for human society, are well within human capabilities."

One of the co-authors of "The Limits to Growth" report was Dennis Meadows. In an interview published in 2016 by We Love Earth, Dennis stated

"The planet can support something like a billion people. Maybe 2 billion, depending on how much liberty and how much material consumption you want to have. If you want more liberty and more consumption, you have to have fewer people. And conversely, you can have more people, I mean we can even have 8 or 9 billion, probably, if we have a very strong dictatorship . . . But we want to have freedom . . . so we're going to have a billion people. And we are now at 7, so we have to get back down. I hope that this can be slow, relatively slow, and that it can be done in a way which is relatively equal, so that people share the experience and we don't have a few rich trying to force everyone else to deal with it . . . These are pretty pessimistic hopes, but that's what lies ahead."

Today the United Nations is pushing an agenda that would be applauded by the authors of The Limits to Growth. In 2015, the United Nations general assembly adopted the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development." The agenda provides a "blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future." Agenda 2030 outlines a blueprint for world socialism, stating that "we are embarking on a collective journey" to build "a world free of poverty, hunger, disease and want."

At the heart of Agenda 2030 are the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs). These SDGs, if implemented successfully, can only result in the depopulation of humanity. The goals include: reducing consumption, limiting and eventually ending the use of fossil fuels (the lifeblood of human civilization today), promoting LGBTI sexual orientations (these people most likely will not or cannot have children of their own, an implicit form of birth control), and establishing a world socialist state (socialism has killed more people over the last 100 years than all of the major wars in the same time span). The United Nations and associated organizations are proceeding full steam ahead with the implementation of this agenda.

Powerful entities are working around the clock to eliminate the majority of the world's population. Bill Gates is funding technology to block out the sun, the World Economic Forum is encouraging people to eat bugs instead of meat, and despite the fact that the COVID-19 lockdowns killed millions of people across the globe, the imposition of climate lockdowns appears to be on the horizon.

If the warning of Dennis Meadows is correct, then statistically speaking, you will most likely be a victim of depopulation. The time is now to peacefully and forcefully oppose this agenda before it is too late.

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