Experts: Climate Change Overpopulation Direct Cause of Terrorism

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LONDON – England – Overpopulation is a problem that must be addressed, as it falls under the mantle of climate change, and ultimately terrorism.

Climate change in conjunction with overpopulation is a direct cause of much of the terrorism in the world today.

There are many who deny that climate change is a cause of terrorism however where there are shortages of water, food and stability, an overpopulated area of humans results in disenfranchisement.

The internet serves a purpose towards disenfranchisement as well, because many who are within these overcrowded poor areas see how people in the first world live.

U.S.

In America, the majority of the population live in big houses, sometimes having two or three cars per household. They enjoy lavish lifestyles, holidays to luxurious destinations and have ample retirement funds as well as access to healthcare.

In the Third World, terrorism flourishes because many people see for themselves either from the internet or television how Americans/Europeans live.

Surpopulation

The terrorists know how this is a great recruitment tool, and combined with disenfranchisement, religion and Western bombing of their lands adds to an unhealthy hatred of the West.

Western agencies must seek to address these multiple problems, and to ultimately reduce the populations of the earth through birth control, sterilisation and education.

Overpopulation

For the earth and its finite resources to survive, the world’s population must be reduced by a minimum of 80%, however there is a quandary on how to achieve this goal utilising humane methods.

In the overpopulated country of India, the government are giving incentives to people who agree to be sterilised. Monetary incentives could be a game changer in reducing the numbers, as well as supporting abortion and educating the populace in birth control.

The onus is with governments within the Third World and developing nations to come up with solutions to the problem of overpopulation, and with the help of Western governments maybe they can work together to address this important matter.

China

The deadly polluted atmosphere of China is testament to overpopulation. The rubbish mountains of India where the poor search for recyclable materials in the dirt are testament to over breeding. The draught hit lands of Africa are testament to unfettered breeding. Even in the West, in Britain, the estates filled to the brim of people with no jobs, no hope and no future, are testament to a system that is being brought to breaking point from mass needless breeding.

The overpopulation Malthusian nightmare is upon us. Overpopulation creates famine, terrorism, pollution, destruction of finite resources, and ultimately war. In an overcrowded world, there is no recourse for complacency as in less than fifty years from now, all will be left will be bones heaped in a big desert.

  • Pops

    SARS, AIDS, ZIKA, MALARIA, EBOLA, SWINE FLU. They have all been stopped before they spread globally. There has to be a solution somewhere, some hidden agency within a governmental black project that can knock up a viable solution to the overpopulation.

  • VivKay

    Over population is many faceted, and not a single issue. It will certainly be the cause of more wars, migration and conflicts over limited natural resources and declining living standards. Economists blindly keep seeding the fountain of youth, and blame “ageing populations” as a curse, causing economic downfall! Obviously the superior living standards in Europe, and the jobs available, are a lure to the many living in the “young” and over-populated, dysfunctional nations in the world!

  • Robert Landbeck

    LIke it or not, confronting the population question requires confronting both religious tradition and human nature itself. So kill two birds with a single stone!
    More at http://www.energon.org.uk

  • trapster

    If one needs a licence to drive a car, why not have a licence to breed? You must first be able to support your child, financially, and have the necessary education. If not — then licence not granted. Simples.