By Reality Bytes – Sovereign Independent Contributor -
It shouldn’t come as any surprise to anyone who’s a regular visitor to this site that the article below headlined ‘Survival of the Richest’, is couched in purely economic terms to camouflage what is so obviously a war against the poor based on Darwinian eugenics ideology.
However, to readers of the Express, it will simply appear to be nothing more than a continuation and expansion of the financial divide between rich and poor without any thoughts on why this happens. They will justify it in their own minds in terms of the costs of medicines to fight cancer, as stated in the article just so the reader gets the message, “We can’t treat everyone because the drugs are too expensive…”, without stating the obvious, “…so we can only save those people who are worthy of being saved”.
When Thomas Malthus wrote his ‘An Essay on the Principle of Population’ in 1798, it was viewed as a seminal work on the ‘problem’ of perceived overpopulation in the near future. Of course Malthus’ treatise, for anyone who can view the world outside the shackles of the press, particularly the likes of The Guardian, whose zealous protectionist stance in support of Malthus’ work is worrying, sickening and quite frankly bizarre in light of the total fabrications and fear mongering contained therein which have been unanimously rejected and proven false by history.
The Earth is far from being overpopulated. A simple arithmetical sum will suffice to show that the available landmass of the planet could easily support billions more human beings and animals. The following short video does the sums for you:-
The fifth episode of PRI's popular POP 101 series, this video takes a fresh, humorous approach to the demographic issues facing the world today. Be sure to watch the first video: http://youtu.be/vZVOU5bfHrM, the second video: http://youtu.be/zBS6f-JVvTY, the third video: http://youtu.be/OXrN9HhnCcM, and the fourth video: http://youtu.be/KUY4ztwIVfA