Eugenics Freak and obama’s Radical, Zero GDP Advocating Genocidal Czar john holdren Previously Advised MITT ROMNEY!!!
[TWG NOTE: I want to know what that E-V-I-L eugenics freak, czar john holdren, has been cooking up for us in the dark crevices of our White House…. and I suppose I’m not too surprised that romney has czar hodren’s hoofprints all over him.
Czar John Holdren co-wrote a book in 1977, Ecoscience, with Paul and Ann Ehrlich, the eugenics gurus. Population control, a book that mused openly about mass sterilizations, forced abortions, putting sterilants in the water to control the population. It’s the fact that his ideological mentors, including one of the top international eugenics members most renowned, again, for promoting these same ideas of social engineering through the guise of “science” that basically amounts to eugenics and taking away babies from “undesirables”. He was paying homage to this mentor as recently as two years ago at one of the most prominent science gatherings of the country, the AAAS gathering, and there has been little, if any public questioning about it.
Some of obama’s czars have things that are so frightening in their past that no American would approve– if these guys were being appointed by George W. Bush, the left would be on fire with this. They’d be calling them MONSTERS (as I am).
Apparently not only was he in favor of zero population growth but also zero economic growth. He wanted a zero GDP, and here’s one of the quotes in the book that he co-wrote, Ecoscience:
“Population, Resources and Environment was, it is now abundantly clear that the GNP cannot grow forever. Why should it? Why should we not strive for zero economic growth as well as zero population growth.”
Czar John Holdren’s mentor, Harrison Brown, saw the world population as ”a pulsating mass of maggots”. Holdren himself describes the world population as “useless eaters”.
In a section on “Involuntary Fertility Control,” Holdren and the other authors discuss various “coercive” means of population control — including putting sterilants in the drinking water.
Here’s a few excerpts:
“The third approach to population limitation is that of involuntary fertility control. Several coercive proposals deserve discussion, mainly because some countries may ultimately have to resort to them unless current trends in birth rates are rapidly reversed by other means. …
“Adding a sterilant to drinking water or staple foods is a suggestion that seems to horrify people more than most proposals for involuntary fertility control. Indeed, this would pose some very difficult political, legal, and social questions, to say nothing of the technical problems.”
“To be acceptable, such a substance would have to meet some rather stiff requirements: it must be uniformly effective, despite widely varying doses received by individuals, and despite varying degrees of fertility and sensitivity among individuals; it must be free of dangerous or unpleasant side effects; and it must have no effect on members of the opposite sex, children, old people, pets, or livestock. …
“…this plan has the advantage of avoiding the need for socioeconomic pressures that might tend to discriminate against particular groups or penalize children.”
Later, he concludes, “Most of the population control measures beyond family planning discussed above have never been tried. Some are as yet technically impossible and others are and probably will remain unacceptable to most societies (although, of course, the potential effectiveness of those least acceptable measures may be great).
“Compulsory control of family size is an unpalatable idea, but the alternatives may be much more horrifying. As those alternatives become clearer to an increasing number of people in the 1980s, they may begin demanding such control. A far better choice, in our view, is to expand the use of milder methods of influencing family size preferences, while redoubling efforts to ensure that the means of birth control, including abortion and sterilization, are accessible to every human being on Earth within the shortest possible time. If effective action is taken promptly against population growth, perhaps the need for the more extreme involuntary or repressive measures can be averted in most countries.”
“To date, (1977) there has been no serious attempt in Western countries to use laws to control excessive population growth, although there exists ample authority under which population growth could be regulated. For example, under the United States Constitution, effective population-control programs could be enacted under the clauses that empower Congress to appropriate funds to provide for the general welfare and to regulate commerce, or under the equal-protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Such laws constitutionally could be very broad. Indeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society. Few today consider the situation in the United States serious enough to justify compulsion, however.”
This comes in a section discussing population law. The authors argue that compulsory abortions could potentially be allowed under U.S. law “if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society.”
Czar Holdren’s view of the imminent and grave global dangers posed by overpopulation should provide pause, given his current view that global warming now presents imminent and grave global dangers. Keep in mind that this book (Ecoscience) was written in 1977.]
Romney adviser? Radical Obama czar
‘Why … a reasonable person would pick such a man … is beyond us’
A radical Obama adviser who at one point forecast that the world would undergo famines during the 1970s when hundreds of millions of people would starve and later guessed that 1 billion people will die in “carbon-dioxide-induced famines” before 2020 once served as an adviser to GOP presidential hopeful Gov. Mitt Romney.
Word comes in a report in Investors Business Daily, which said, “Politics is said to make strange bedfellows, but no couple in our view is more bizarre than when John Holdren, now President Obama’s assistant for science and technology, once advised GOP presidential candidate and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney on environmental policy.”