“The Myth of Overpopulation”

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Being an Enemy of the State:

It isn’t easy being a contrarian, to instinctively go against the grain. It certainly isn’t financially rewarding. I would love to support something about our society, or someone who has a hand in running it. But I just can’t. The corruption is so immense, and so prevalent even at the local level, that it cannot be confronted by anything less than hundreds of thousands of coordinated opponents.

This situation has always existed. Think of the very accurate old canard “You can’t fight city hall.” The difference is that now the tyranny has grown well beyond crass political rivalries or even feuds between organized crime families. The mafia and more recent offshoot intercity gangs at least have some kind of twisted code, and lines they won’t cross. The elite that rule us appear to have no such lines…


As Orwell stated in 1984, “If there was hope, it must lie in the proles, because only there, in those swarming disregarded masses, eighty-five percent of the population of Oceania, could the force to destroy the Party ever be generated. The Party could not be overthrown from within.” We are the Proles, and we outnumber our corrupt and incompetent leaders by the millions. But if we don’t come together, that’s irrelevant.

As we enter the holiday season, that same gullible majority is embracing even more tyrannical restrictions. Cases are surging- we must cancel Christmas! It’s like we’ve gone through the looking glass- where the spirit of Ebenezer Scrooge is being celebrated.

We’re all in this together. Take your vaccines. Trust the “science.” Listen to the “fact checkers.” Embrace the “great reset” and the “new normal.” Yes, Virginia, there is a conspiracy. God bless us, everyone.


“Reason obeys itself; and ignorance submits to whatever is dictated to it.”

― Thomas Paine (Hat-Tip to Dispatches From The Asylum)

“The men the American people admire most extravagantly are the most daring liars; the men they detest most violently are those who try to tell them the truth.”

― H.L. Mencken

If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.

Joseph Goebbels


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In Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge famously says that if the poor are like to die they had “better do it, and decrease the surplus population.” To which The Ghost of Christmas Present offers this stinging rebuke:

“Man, if man you be in heart, not adamant, forbear that wicked cant until you have discovered What the surplus is, and Where it is. Will you decide what men shall live, what men shall die? It may be, that in the sight of Heaven, you are more worthless and less fit to live than millions like this poor man’s child.”

It isn’t you or me, nor the vast majority of humanity, who are the virulent plague on this planet, it is the inbred, web-toed scum, floating atop this world-order cesspool, who are the curse on all of us and the planet. We were born into this system from hell, and our lives have been crushed under the weight of this tyrannical system. And yet, it is we the individuals who are blamed for all the ills on earth at this very moment: we are solely responsible for climate and weather issues, we are solely responsible for pollution, we are blamed for overcrowded cities, we are blamed for the starving masses, we are blamed for war after war after war, we are blamed for the economy crashing, we are blamed for all the illness and death worldwide, we are blamed for this CV-19 fake pandemic.

And none of this is our fault, none of it! We are the victims here, while those accusing us, day and night, are the perpetrators of these heinous crimes against us!

This overpopulation narrative, this criminal excuse to exterminate most of humanity, began just after the Rothschild klan established Darwinism as a religion, which then begot Eugenics, which then begot mass sterilization, which then begot a new century from hell, which then begot corporate owned science (scientism) and the medical industrial complex/pig-pharma, which then, after two world wars, begot the rise of the US and NATO, which then begot more war, death and destruction, which then begot the apartheid state of Israel, which then begot Agenda 21/2030, which then begot technofascism and the internet, social media, smart devices and 24/7 surveillance of we the individuals, which then begot 9-11 and “The Patriot Act”, which then begot more tyranny and an economic collapse in 2008, which then begot CV-19, which is where we are today. The timeline isn’t perfect, needless to say, but it’s close enough for my purposes.

As I have stated many times before, on my other blogs, if we the individuals would rid ourselves of these inbred, Anglo-Zionist vermin (“the chosen”), who have been seeking to systematically exterminate us for the last two centuries, then we might be able to recreate a world where life is still worth living.

But as long as these inbred, Anglo-Zionist vermin, and their bastard progeny, continue to exist, and control all the wealth and power, this world, for we the individuals, will simply continue to be a hellish nightmare:

The Myth of Overpopulation

Kit Knightly

In his latest, “Mouse Utopia and the Blackest Pill”, James Corbett takes aim at perhaps the most insidious propaganda narrative of all, and one that is very close to my heart: Overpopulation.

This has been a personal bugbear of mine since I grew old enough to detect subtext, but long before I could articulate exactly why: The pervasive and destructive idea that there are too many people.

A propaganda construct that seeks to create contempt for masses of ordinary people, whilst excusing hubristic and inhumane practices by institutions and elites.

These destructive belief systems have come to the fore during this “pandemic”, made obvious by the fevered gleeful enthusiasm with which so many took up the narrative. One UN representative claimed the coronavirus was Earth “sending us a message”.

Back in April, the South China Morning Post ran an article headlined:

Why Covid-19 is a human overpopulation problem – perhaps humans are the virus?

We’ve been told for nearly two centuries that the planet is overpopulated, it has never been true. The idea there are too many people (or soon will be) has been around since the world’s population was less than 1/10th of what it is now.

The crisis – Paul Ehrlich’s infamous “Population Bomb” – is yet to materialise, but since when did failed predictions deter apocalyptic doomsaying?

It’s not hard to see the appeal of the idea.

On an institutional level, overpopulation is a grand excuse. When Thomas Malthus predicted the overpopulation crisis in the early 19th century, and claimed that mass want was inevitable, he handed the ruling class a “get out of jail free” card.

As inequality spikes and living standards diminish anyone who campaigns for change, or protests outside the seats of power, can be told “it’s not our fault there is suffering! It’s not our fault there is poverty! It’s your fault, you’re reproducing too fast! There are simply too many people!”.

In that sense, it is a lie which protects the ruling class from the anger of those they control. But it serves another purpose too. On a personal level, “enlightened” members of the elite have always been keen to write-off huge swaths of the population as surplus to requirements.

The idea of overpopulation allows academics, royals and bankers – men and women who hold themselves above the common folk based on their brains, blood and gold – to preach mass-murder whilst hiding their misanthropic god-complexes behind concern for the “common man”, our “future children”, or “the environment”.

From this wellspring flows eugenics and “useless eaters” and all those evil ideas spread by technocrats and billionaires, who would never in a thousand years considers themselves part of this supposed surplus. People who convince the world they are “good” by camouflaging their insidious means behind supposedly beneficent ends.

It’s possible – and easy – to refute these ideas intellectually.

The complete output of all the farmland we currently use is enough to feed every person on this planet, plus another 3 billion people. There are vast, vast amounts of untapped resources available to us – including people themselves.

Each new person born could be the genius who invents a way to increase crop yields or better harness geothermal energy or some other amazing step forward in societal evolution.

Even supposing we were nearing any kind of purely hypothetical population ceiling, there would be no need to do anything about it. Nature is self-limiting. We’re taught that at 12 years old, with diagrams and big green arrows.

When there are lots of rabbits, you get lots of foxes. The foxes eat the rabbits, the rabbits decrease. Fewer rabbits feed fewer foxes. Fewer foxes means the rabbits grow more numerous. And so the cycle repeats.

This cycle has maintained life on this planet for millions of years before humans, and will do so for millions of years afterward. To seek to corral or control nature has been historically shown to be both impossible and unnecessary.

So yes, it’s important to oppose the pervasive myth on a purely intellectual level.

But it’s equally important – perhaps more important – to oppose it on philosophical, even spiritual level. To hold fast against the idea that human life, any life, can be reduced to a matter of cold arithmetic. That bankers or royals or scientists have any kind of right to decide exactly which people are necessary, and which are simply taking up space.

Simply put: we need to outright, in full voice, reject the idea that some people don’t matter. Or that people as a whole are an unnatural plague which needs to be cured.

James Corbett puts it well near the end of the above video:

You are not a cancer on this planet, you are not a useless eater. We do not need drastic strictures of control over the human population, both literal and metaphorical, in order to make the world better…

But the best-expressed rejection of the Malthusian belief system is from a very appropriate source, given the time of year.

In Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge famously says that if the poor are like to die they had “better do it, and decrease the surplus population.” To which The Ghost of Christmas Present offers this stinging rebuke:

Man, if man you be in heart, not adamant, forbear that wicked cant until you have discovered What the surplus is, and Where it is. Will you decide what men shall live, what men shall die? It may be, that in the sight of Heaven, you are more worthless and less fit to live than millions like this poor man’s child.

And that, I think, is a fine place to leave you.

For links, sources and an audio-only version of the embedded video click here. Our very own Catte Black wrote a great article detailing the philosophical underpinnings of A Christmas Carol here.

Source: The Myth of Overpopulation – OffGuardian

2 thoughts on ““The Myth of Overpopulation”

  1. Crowded… yes. ***and whose fault is that?
    Over population… no. ***but I know of people who believe otherwise. They believe it so strongly that they want everyone gone. They don’t seem to realize that “everyone” would include them.

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    1. Yes, the people that claim this, believe the world can’t exist without them.

      For those, like me, who have ever driven across this country, we know there is no such thing as overpopulation.

      The scum have herded us into cities, where we are piled on top of each other, so they can claim overpopulation. The entire world population could fit comfortably in the states of Texas or Alaska alone.

      It’s just more inbred-pig eugenics-driven bullshit1

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