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Conspiracy! Self Driving Cars And Culling The Human Population

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

Here are 30 population control quotes that prove the masses are treated like a plague on the earth. Self Driving cars have the ability to make many of these folks who constitute the masses, obsolete, meaning that coercive means of birth control ( I support voluntary birth control), or even plan B, limited nuclear war, could remain a possibility. Besides the Ehrlich quote, here were four that caught my eye.

From Globalist David Rockefeller:

“The negative impact of population growth on all of our planetary ecosystems is becoming appallingly evident.”

And from Bill Maher:

 “I’m pro-choice, I’m for assisted suicide, I’m for regular suicide, I’m for whatever gets the freeway moving – that’s what I’m for. It’s too crowded, the planet is too crowded and we need to promote death.”

And from Margaret Sanger, the racist founder of Planned Parenthood:

“All of our problems are the result of overbreeding among the working class”

And this dreadful quote from Thomas Ferguson:

“There is a single theme behind all our work–we must reduce population levels. Either governments do it our way, through nice clean methods, or they will get the kinds of mess that we have in El Salvador, or in Iran or in Beirut. Population is a political problem. Once population is out of control, it requires authoritarian government, even fascism, to reduce it…”

But this issue of population control spans both political parties. Coercive birth control comes from the left and threat of nuclear war to cull billions comes from the right as we see in the case of Larry Eagleburger. And, of course, I wrote about Mitt Romney and Eugenics at Business Insider awhile back. I wrote this about Mitt:

Malthus was also against  government helping the poor. And of course, that is where Romney and the conservatives come in. They would, if they had their way, cut benefits to the poor, let them die on the streets and purify the genetic code of the earth.

I concluded that article with this statement:

 Americans need to have, as a core belief, a strong abhorrence of Eugenics, that ends up being racist in almost all cases. It becomes a class struggle, from the top down as all class warfare starts. Americans must repudiate Eugenics, or we surely will go down the path of fascism. A chip determining whether you can have children or not is fascism. Face it Americans and repudiate it! 

Even Nikola Tesla, namesake of Elon Musk's company, believed you had to be of superior stock to be permitted to procreate! Now, Musk didn't name Tesla, but he may share some of his views. He does, as I pointed out above, believe that mankind (or is it just the masses?) is not fit to drive a car. Perhaps the elite are capable? Hopefully he will clarify his views instead of just retracting them in the face of criticism.

We know Musk has said he wants to leave the earth and retire on Mars. He has no faith that mankind will survive on this planet. That is the ultimate elite escape from the masses, isn't it? And Musk will make millions before people realize that populating Mars is likely just a scam.

As we continue to figure out the Republican take on the conspiracy to cull, we see that if you no longer need the nations that produce oil you can always nuke them or economically destroy them. If you think that idea of nuclear preemptive attack is farfetched, Neocon Larry Eagleburger predicted nuclear war on the Larry Kudlow show a few years back prior to his death. I was listening to the broadcast myself. He virtually guaranteed nuclear war would be waged against Russia. Neocons are funded by the same globalists who fund the Futurists, the Eugenicists and self driving cars!

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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.