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Conspiracy! Self Driving Cars And Culling The Human Population

Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015 9:44 PM EDT

It turns out that the Club of Rome was a partner of An Economy in Service to Life. Of course the Club of Rome took the Population Bomb as its inspiration for population limitation decades ago.

Turns out, one of the participants at the conference was to be Tom Chi, developer of Google Glass and the Self Driving Car! So, there may be a fusion of thought between self driving inventors and Eugenicists!

If none of you are alarmed yet by this conspiracy, there is more!

It is clear to me that two things are possible when self driving cars propel the Futurists into positions of real power:

1. It will be a whole lot easier to get rid of people. The more "useless eaters", a detestable term, that society creates, the less reason to keep them around doing anything meaningful. Futurists are eugenics fanatics already even if some deny it. And if there are people that are not needed, it plays into the hands of the central planners.

And even if some of the futurists don't embrace the Eugenics movement there are lots of real Eugenics scientists, real nasty people, who spend all their time thinking of ways to cull the population, who will be pressed into service by the globalists with the money. You can't be president of the United States of America nowadays without a Eugenics scientist on the payroll, like the evil thinker John P. Holdren.

2. It will give the globalists an edge over Russia, a nation heavily dependent upon oil. Futurism and self driving cars are the globalists' ticket to World Domination. 

The old PNAC boys, William Kristol and Dick Cheney must be given hope that their globalist offspring will one day rule the world. It is ok if you physically cringe now. If you are nauseous, I fully understand. Makes you want to Rolf.

Now, the globalists are oil men too. So just how all this works out in the future is slightly up in the air. And the self driving car could be hacked. People could die, more than they think. The self driving car may not work properly in many situations. Battery powered cars could give off dangerous radiation. So, this diabolical conspiracy is not yet a done deal.

But somehow, I think that the globalist cabal wants to go down the road toward total world domination and could sacrifice some oil profits to do so. After all, they have or could, in the future, establish all of the following:

Self driving cars, strict gun control, a cashless society, negative interest rates, liar loans, deregulation of banks, fake trades in stocks and commodities, take over bitcoin as a world currency, spread of viruses, space laser advantage over Russia, and other means to seriously control the masses, are contemplated.

Some of these plans I wrote about here.

And control of the masses is really what it is all about, isn't it?

Here are three quotes that prove these people mean business. I know Elon Musk retracted his statement, but face it, as an inventor of self driving cars, he too, knows the score:

"It's too dangerous. You can't have a person driving a two-ton death machine."

And of course, here is Ehrlich on population control from the 30 population control link below:

 “Nobody, in my view, has the right to have 12 children or even three unless the second pregnancy is twins”

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Dick Kaplan 5 years ago Member's comment

Fascinating, but if I understand correctly, your entire argument hinges on the assumption that self-driving cars will make many people irrelevant. But why?

It just means that people will be in the backseat or passenger seat instead of the driver's seat. The only people who may not be around are taxi drivers, and even some of them may prefer to stick around for the ride. And if not, they won't be the first profession to disappear and be replaced with something else.

Or am I missing the crux of your article?

Gary Anderson 5 years ago Author's comment

Hi Dick, I did not develop that thought. I only took the assumption from two points. First, oil producing nations would no longer produce oil. Those people would become unneeded. Then also, people point to the expense of owning a vehicle. Self driving vehicles would, I assume, be much more expensive than regular vehicles, hence the ride sharing would make less vehicles needed. There are other issues there, so I will look into it more. I hope others do as well.

Alexis Renault 5 years ago Member's comment

Interesting article but "conspiracy" is such a dirty word and I'm not convinced.

Gary Anderson 5 years ago Author's comment

We only see glimpses, Alexis. We can only form circumstantial evidence based on bits and pieces. You could be right, but when Musk says it will be illegal to drive your own car and the Google self driving fellow indicates interest in a conference cosponsored by the Club of Rome, you just have to wonder.