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NPR: ‘Should We Be Having Kids In The Age Of Climate Change?’ ‘We should protect our kids by not having them’

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  1. Rider might be onto something. Perhaps people who believe the climate catastrophists should indeed voluntarily not have kids to help save the planet. Society’s average IQ would certainly increase over the ensuing decades.

  2. This is just another manifestation of the malthusian/people are toxic to the earth/global warming catastrophe death cult. As I watch this unfold, I think I see an answer to the Fermi paradox – progressive liberals.

  3. For God’s sake has everyone gone mad?
    The altruistic argument of the extreme green movement is utterly bogus and here is why.

    Basic human nature is to procreate, nuture and protect our own progeny first and foremost….(tribal instinct)… Without any possibility of a doubt, the extreme green’s are more interested in protecting their own tribe than any other. And now many including some UN leaders are calling for “depopulation” as a means of controlling Earth’s climate: http://www.emancipatedhuman.com/2015/04/10/un-climate-chief-calls-depopulation/

    Comparing the end result of man’s efforts to a fruit tree – “Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit!”

  4. Of course, the people who need to stop breeding are the primarily non-college-educated, blue-collar Anglo-Saxon types; i.e. Christians. It would be nice for the progs if the Muslims stopped breeding as well, but the primary threat is Christians. You will never catch a progressive denying him or herself something they desire, whether it be a pet, a child, or an abortion. That duty falls on the benighted masses, not the educated elite who will take care of Mother Earth.

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