Compulsory abortion. Under-the-skin birth control implants. Government authorized reproduction. A Planetary Regime to regulate the population and ration food and resources. A sterilant added to water supplies or food staples. The expansion of mandatory family planning and government enforced population restrictions.
All of this and more is discussed frankly in the 1977 textbook, Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment, written jointly by John P. Holdren, Paul Ehrlich and his wife Anne Ehrlich (the follow up to the Erlichs’ 1970 text Population, Resources, Environment: Issues In Human Ecology, which essentially has a lot of the exact same passages…).
For years, overpopulation alarmists have dreamed of a day when the population would be forcibly controlled in a widespread manner.
Now it would seem they are passively getting their wish.
Is it a happy accident, or a clever second-hand scheme?
As Natural News recently reported, a new U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study published in the journal Scientific Reports has shown that birth control hormones taken by women in this country are being flushed down the toilets and making their way into waterways and winding up in our drinking water. Fish exposed to these hormones are now struggling to reproduce, and are negatively impacted for three generations out the study has shown.