Jurriaan Maessen reports:
"In a report published in April of 2012 by the Royal Society titled People and the Planet, the elitist UK-based society calls for massive population reduction and de-industrialization of the west...
"What the Royal Society terms 'systematically decoupling economic
activity from environmental impact' is actually a rephrasing of U.N. Agenda
21’s plan to gradually de-industrialize the West as well as the creation
of megacities in which the bulk of the world’s population can be locked
up to make them more manageable. Or, what the Royal Society calls 'the
potential for urbanisation to reduce material consumption...'
"According to an MSNBC article one of the scientists while speaking about human populations worldwide, stated:
“'We certainly don’t want them strolling about the entire countryside.
We want them to save land for nature by living closely [together]...'
"Some of the organizers of 'Planet under Pressure' are founding their
plea on the notion that we (as humanity) have entered the 'Anthropocene': a new geological era in which humans- not natural
conditions- are the main drivers of geological and meteorological
processes. Citing a website devoted to this concept, Martin Rees of the Royal Society stated at the conference:
“'This century is special in the Earth’s history. It is the first when
one species — ours — has the planet’s future in its hands,' reported the AFP news agency. 'We’ve invented a new geological era: the Anthropocene,' he stated."
Includes a video from Cambridge University promoting depopulation. Enter here.