an article by Linda Clements.(linda.net)."One
of the tools the pro abortion community uses to further their agenda is
the over population myth.
I can't count the number of times I've picked up a newspaper or magazine
or heard on television.(all
too willing to propagate the lie).news,
the "ever increasing population problem" and how we're "in the process
of destroying 'mother Earth'.(Father
God never said anything about a mother Earth).because
of all the people that are covering our planet."
"When in fact, quite the
opposite is true. Contrary to Planned Parenthood propaganda, world population
growth trends are measurably declining and too much so for industrialized
nations. In fact, since America is aborting 1.5 million of it's preborn
children every year.(and
modern medicine killing another almost 5 million+ people every decade in
North America), if it weren't for immigration,
our population would now be declining. But, the main reason the world's
population growth rate is declining so fast is that the average number
of births per woman in the Third World is down from 6.1 in 1965 to 3.1
today, according to the World Bank. A population remains stable at an average
of 2.1, which means the Third World has come 3/4 of the way to stability
in one generation. Most affluent countries level off at 1.7 or 1.8, which
means the world's population will eventually peak and then slowly decline.
"Urban development will not
cause a food crisis. Cities currently occupy roughly 1.5 percent of the
earth's surface. According to a World Bank study, even at the peak world
9 billion before stabilization), cities
will occupy less than 4 percent of the total land area. Considering the
expected food needs, this small loss will not even come close to pushing
mankind over the brink into a food crisis. The world has millions of acres
of good farmland in Canada, United States, throughout South America, the
Soviet Union, europe, etc. that are underutilized or even wasted.
"In recent decades, the world
has lost little of its wild areas to population growth. Forests are ceasing
to be plowed down. There is concern everywhere, evidenced by actions toward
conservation. The world has been cropping nearly the same 6 million square
miles of land since 1945. The forested areas are still what they were over
3 decades ago.(that
is, apart from the Amazon rainforest).
Nations aren't taking more land for food production. Increasing yields,
planting more trees, utilization of irrigation methods and education as
to improving diet away from chicken and meat, to more a healthier grain
based diet will ensure that the balance presently achieved will continue."
Planned Parenthood hosted
a lecture a few years back in Sarasota, Florida, by Werner Fornos, who
the paper hailed as an "internationally recognized leader in the field
of population growth."
His topic for the evening
was 'Gaining People, Losing Ground'. The fact that it was hosted by Planned
Parenthood tells you what the solution was........(as PP
promotes in China, no choice for the Chinese people).government
This is thumbing
the nose at God. Why? God created man to populate the Earth, so there
can be not enough food and land for people who are born. God is mathematical.
He knows and controls His creation:.Isaiah
45:18 "For thus says the LORD that created the heavens, God himself
that formed the earth and made it. He has established it. He created it
not in vain. He formed it to be inhabited. I am the LORD and there is none
Please get out your calculator,
do the math and you'll see just how under populated our planet actually
If you took the population
of the world, split it up into families of say, four, the entire population
of the planet would fit into just the two southern Canadian provinces of
and British Columbia.(map).and
they would have approximately a living space and growing food area of 10,000
square feet or double the size of a standard city lot today.
if the planet had 300 billion people?
is Food First, By Francis Moore Lappe, showing how abundant the
world's food supply is, enough easily to support 60 billion plus. A 14
year agricultural study backing up her conclusions.(get
identifies that the problem is not distribution and eating preferences,
not production incapacities, but poverty.."The
famines of the last two decades have either resulted from civil war or
been confined to the harshest, most uncertain and thinly populated regions
of Africa or both. The hunger remaining in the world is not due to distribution
problems. Simple poverty is to blame. The bitter irony
is that most countries have adequate agricultural resources to produce
their own basic food supplies and if they adopt effective
government institutions that don't rob the people and discourage
farmers and industries."....Dennis
In Mary Pride's book The
Way Home, she calculated that you could give every person in the world
2,000 square feet.(which
is larger than most homes).and
they would fit into the state of Texas.
Let's take this one step
further: Imagine yourself standing up in the middle of a circle about five
feet in diameter. If the entire planet's population, stood in identical
circles, they would all fit in the City of Jacksonville, Florida. Impossible?
Do the math!
Now I'm certainly not saying
that we could survive like that. I'm just trying to make the point that
You see, the 'population explosion' myth is just one more attempt by the
people that profit from abortion and world control.(it's
easier to control fewer and fewer people).to
convince the world that killing children in the womb is not only a right,
but an enforceable must.
Starvation and hunger are
NOT a result of over population, but rather a result of
governments and mismanagement of resources.
Daily, enough food rots
in the tropics to feed the world's population for a week. More than
2 pounds of grains, seeds and nuts are available at any one time for each
of the world's inhabitants, not to mention, milk, cheese, fish, chicken,
beef, pork, etc. So why then the shortages?
So the next time you hear
someone parroting the "Over Population" excuse for abortion......
get out your calculator and set the record straight!"
Dr. Jacqueline Kasun, professor
of economics at Humboldt State University in California, observes in her
1988 book The War Against Population that:
1) No more than 1-3%
of the Earth's ice free land area is occupied by humans.
2) Less than 11%
of the Earth's ice free land area is used for agriculture.
3) Somewhere between
8 and 22 times the current world population of about 9 billion could support
itself at the present standard of living, using just present technology.
4) This leaves 50%
of the Earth's land surface open to wildlife and conservation areas.
The lower limit of 8 times
the current population.(about
been considered as being perfectly workable. According to Dr. Kasun, "better
yields and/or the use of a larger share of the land area would support
over 40 billion persons". Former Harvard Center
for Population Studies Director Roger Revelle estimated that the agricultural
resources of the world were capable of providing an adequate diet.(2,500
calories per day).for
40 billion people.(easily
it could handle perhaps a trillion or
that it would require the use of less than 25% of the Earth's ice free
land area. Revelle estimated that the less developed continents were capable
of feeding 18 billion people and that Africa alone was capable of feeding
10 billion people, or twice the current world population and more than
12 times the 1990 population of Africa.
In addition to the fact that
many new strains of food have been developed that can boost food production,
there are other indications that food would not be a problem. In the September
1976 issue of Scientific American, Dr. David Hopper asserted that
the worlds 'food problem' does not arise from any physical limitation on
potential output or any danger of unduly stressing the environment. The
limitations on abundance are to be found in social and political structures
of nations and the economic relations between them. In fact the planet,
during its least populous years, suffered from hunger and famine. It was
only when state political controls receded in the late 19th century that
hunger also began to recede.
It is curious that many densely
populated countries with relatively free economies are thriving and are
seldom mentioned in the 'over population' debate, while sparsely populated
nations with oppressive governments are 'plagued with problems relating
to population'. Taiwan, with a population density of five times that of
China, produces 20 times as much Gross National Product than China. Similarly,
Singapore, with a density of 11,910 per square mile, enjoys a per capita
GNP of $8,782, while Ethiopia, with a density of 101 per square mile, has
a per capita GNP of $121.
With the Creator what
is not possible. Could the Earth not become larger and if necessary,
produce more of what mankind would require for sustenance? Of course it
can easily increase in size.(*).as
it too is a product of the consciousness structure."....Grigori
Grabovoi. And likewise
is information. It too is increasing the size
of space as structure is necessary for information to be categorized
and saved for use in what is called the
Akashic Record from which we all draw information from.