Depopulation Index of Webpages
If we are to save life on earth--the
Imperative--we must depopulate to a smaller population. An important
thought to keep in mind is the difference between general and specific
General depopulation will reflect the
cost of living.
As the cost of living rising there will be more riots and incivility that
are counterproductive to the focus needed to save life on earth. The more
we pre-emptively re-time the
the more people can remain alive longer. Given what is at stake--your life--start
retiming your lifestyle.
Specific depopulation will reflect the actions of individuals and
groups who interfere with the
They are guility of specific rather than general crime against life on earth
for which one will be summarily de-timed upon the establishment of the
commission. Beware what you say or do, for the combination of
will reveal your crimes against
life on earth. Given what is at stake--your life--chose your words and actions
Any proposal to save life on earth that does not involve depopulation is
not a solution. The question is whether it will be chaotic or controlled.
If chaotic, bokyag!
If controlled, the question is how to make it least painful so as to avoid
the out-of-controlled meltdown of chaotic die-off with no global policy-making
body to save life on earth.
If controlled, the simplest first step is to impose severe, draconian measures
on individuals and nations that do not set limits on pregnancies, that is,
one birth after the age of thirty-three. Part and parcel to this is the
punishment of minimum-wage
employment for doctors, nurses, and mid-wives who assist in early or
If controlled, the simplest second step is a ban or partial ban on all medical
treatment including the mass distribution of medicines. Access to the limits
should not be for those who are responsible for global dying (pro-litterers,
workhogs, etc.) but to those who acquire lifehours in saving life on earth.
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Depopulation: Why and How (Armada Letter)
Chaotic versus Controlled Depopulation
Cost Of Delay
Basic Life and Death Questions
: How many? Who will Die? How will they die?
Who Will Tie
the Bell on the Old Cat's Tail?
Options for Controlled Depopulation
Cost of Living
Last In, First Obituary
Kill Off of Population
No deathhours or deadweight
Assets, Profit Sharing
Business Impact of Depopulation
Chain Link Deaths
Failure To Self-Euthanize
Medical Realignment of Values
No More Saving Lives
Obesity as an exclusionary factor
for Depopulation Polls
Shared Blame and Punishment
for CO2 Sinning