Eleven thousand scientists say there is a climate emergency, and that billions of people need to be removed from the planet.
“Earth is facing a climate emergency ……. there needs to be far fewer humans on the planet”
The new declaration comes on the 50th anniversary of leading Stanford scientist Paul Ehrlich saying there is a global cooling emergency, and that huge numbers of humans need to be removed from the planet via poisoning the food and water supply.
These 11,000 scientists say that forty years ago, scientists were ready to solve global warming.
“Forty years ago, scientists from 50 nations converged on Geneva to discuss what was then called the “CO2-climate problem.””
This was right around the time when scientists were trying to stop global cooling.
In 1970, Ehrlich said the oceans would be dead by 1980, and that America would run short of food and water by 1974.
A year later, Ehrlich and Obama’s future science adviser John Holdren co-authored a paper warning of a coming ice age.
I started college in 1974, and don’t remember running short of food or water or a new ice age.
The press described this advocate of mass poisoning as being “immensely likeable.” He was so concerned about “all of the inhabitants” of the planet, that he wanted to poison them.
We were going to “disappear in a cloud of blue steam” by the year 1989.
Like now, one of their goals was to shut down the US energy supply.
Some predicted the new ice age would begin within a century.
Others said the new ice age would begin during the 2020’s.
The “immensely likeable” Paul Ehrlich survived running out of food and water in 1974, and by 1997 was calling other people “criminal” for not switching from his global cooling scam to the global warming scam.
Global warming was going to wipe out entire nations by the year 2020.
Scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research are less extreme than this group of 11,000 scientists. They aren’t calling for mass population reduction yet, but simply that you give up eating meat, give up your car, and give up your vacations.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science has made similar demands.
Thirty years ago, the British Commonwealth, Canberra Times, and Guardian said global governance was necessary to prevent entire nations from being wiped off the map. They were 90% certain of 3-12 feet of sea level rise by the year 2030.
“A Commonwealth Expert Group set up to look at climate change esti-mated there was a 90 per cent certainty that the planet would become warmer by at least 1-2 degrees, perhaps much more, and that sea levels would rise by between one and four metres, by the year 2030”
GOVERNMENTS must yield national sovereignty to multilateral authorities able to enforce laws “across environmentally invisible frontiers” if the greenhouse effect, which threatens the future of whole nations, is to be overcome, the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Sir Shridath Ramphal, said on Tuesday.”
In accordance with this, the experts predicted that the Maldives would be underwater no later than 2018.
Meanwhile, the Maldives are opening up five new airports.
When I point out their lies, mispredictions and dangerous demands – climate scientists angrily denounce me as “not being a climate scientist” – and call for me to be silenced on Twitter.
It is important to listen to the scientists. They are advocating massive population reductions on a scale which has only happened historically due to disease, hunger or genocide – and say that anyone other than themselves lack the qualifications to participate in the discussion about whether or not this should proceed. They say that citizens of the “Land of the Free” need to be excluded from a discussion about their proposal. This combination of out of control scientists, the big lie, and demands for censorship occurred several times during the last century, particularly in China, Russia and Germany.