Benevolent Monsters

     Some benevolent-sounding people harbor actual intentions that verge on Satanic. Every now and then one makes the news. Maura Dowling provides one today:

     The Key Club of Rome member Dennis Meadows hopes the “necessary” depopulation of the planet, down to one billion—an 87.5% reduction from today’s population—can “occur in a civil way.”

     He and his fellow radicals have decided it’s necessary. The Key Club now works with the World Economic Forum (WEF).

     “I hope that it [depopulation] can occur in a civil way. I mean civil in a special way – a peaceful way, doesn’t mean that everybody’s happy. But it means that conflict isn’t solved through violence, through force, but rather in other ways.

     “And so that’s what I hope for …the planet can support something like a billion people, maybe two billion [we currently have 7.8 billion people in the world], depending on how much liberty and how much material consumption you want to have.”

     Doesn’t that sound just as gentle and soft as a caress with silk? Aside from the open desire to exterminate nearly ninety percent of Mankind, that is? Which Meadows hopes can be done “peacefully.”

     But note the wording throughout. The depopulation is “necessary;” therefore, any means required would be licit. And to “hope” always implies the possible failure of those hopes…in which case Meadows would discard “peaceful” methods in favor of whatever would bring the numbers down. Regretfully, of course. But it’s “necessary,” Comrade Citizen. You’re getting into the Annihilation Chamber whether you like it or not. Nice having known you.

     (What makes it “necessary?” Such questions are a clear sign of disloyalty, Citizen! Sit down and shut up.)

     I’ve written about this sort of monster before. Of course Eric Pianka, Pentti Linkola, and their fellow-travelers are less “hopeful” than Dennis Meadows, but the commonality of their aims is plain: mass death. Out of “necessity.”

     I have a little list – thank you, Sir William Schwenck Gilbert – that’s part of my planning for a fiction project:

  • Sterilants in the water supply;
  • Genetic engineering / Cloning;
  • AI “sexbots” and “companions;”
  • The homosexual and transgender movements;
  • Abortion on demand, including post-natal abortion.

     Consider its contents. Each item has made an appearance in our world. When taken together, what do they point to?

     When you’ve sickened sufficiently of that list, consider this one:

  • Hostility toward fossil fuels;
  • Hostility to fission and fusion power;
  • Opposition to new housing construction;
  • Attempts to reduce agriculture worldwide;
  • Destruction of existing educational institutions;
  • Demands for the elimination of hard knowledge and merit-based practices.

     What does the aggregate say to you? Could the picture be any clearer? The “elites,” worldwide, hate us and want us gone. But “peacefully,” of course. And hopefully with no need to deal with a few billion corpses. But one way or another, they intend for it to happen. It’s “necessary.”

     Have a nice day.


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    • Scott on January 11, 2024 at 9:40 AM

    Indeed they do hate us. The thing I want to see is someone ask Mrs Nikkie Haley what are her thoughts about the WEF  also why she went there to run elbows with them and does she think they have good ideas and if her thought process aligns with them? Know body wants to ask her this, with her running for the high seat we the public need to know. Just some food to chew on cause it grinds my gears knowing the media and republicans don’t want to answer theses type of questions

    • gl on January 11, 2024 at 2:49 PM

    I think Dennis Meadows needs to show us how de-population is done. We could hold a really nice funeral prior to cremation so as to not use up the land that could return to nature. We had a white professor in the last 2 years encouraging white people to commit suicide. I also suggested he show us how it’s done. He’s still alive and teaching. Oh, well I guess they are not really committed to their stated opinions.

    Sterilants in the water supply: I read a sci-fi book probably 20 years ago where a professor and family were visiting Ireland and the wife and children were in the wrong place at the wrong time and killed by the terrorist in the conflict at the time. He vowed to find a way to kill through the drinking water of the world. I don’t believe for one minute that agencies haven’t been working on this idea. Wuhan anyone?



    • Drumwaster on January 11, 2024 at 4:49 PM

    “Overpopulation: Just enough of me, way too many of thee.” — P.J. O’Rourke

  1. As you noted the other day, the proponents of human culling definitely don’t profess as shown in this clip from the 1939 classic.

    But they do foster those who rise up to terrorize the citizenry. They use such to claim emergency powers with which they’ll speed up murders one way or another. It’s been working too well as the vast majority sleeps.

    As a lad I learned the origin of thug from this movie. It is no accident that today’s thugs are the black shirts and brown shirts calling themselves antifascist. As fitting as Repressive Regressives labeling themselves Progressives.

    Honestly, the best chance we have is that a Death Cultist in high standing suddenly repents of trying to play God and leads us to a restoration that can’t be denied.

    • Seething on January 11, 2024 at 8:08 PM

    To quote a meme we’ve all seen, “You are the carbon they want to reduce.” And it will happen just the way our esteemed Curmudgeon speculates, inexorably but gradually so that no one bothers to object ballistically.

    • Alex Lund on January 12, 2024 at 10:00 AM

    I really want to know where I can apply for a post-natal abortion for one Mr Dennis Meadows.

    If he wants it, he should be a poster boy for it and suffer it first.

    And then the rest of the Club of Rome and the WEF.

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