ThomasHobbes wrote:The theory is that if systematically decided to kill certain people, preferably some newborns or others that have not yet lost the ability to reproduce, it would solve a huge problem.
ThomasHobbes wrote:If we do not do something, and let our population continue to grow at exponential rates, then eventually, probably soon, we will reach our limits in natural resources, there would be huge food deficits, like there currently is in many third world countries. This will probably grow as our population grows, and will cause chaos, making everyone even less willing to share the resources, allowing certain people to live, while everyone else will starve to death.
ThomasHobbes wrote:Also, because we are industrial now, there are even less farms and food producing areas, only food processing, which is a huge difference, even if you do not realize it. The difference between the two of them is that food producing and agricultural create new food, but industry brings about food processing, which just changes the already made and produced food into other things, possibly causing even less food. with this problem, we need to do something to get rid of the overpopulation and an even bigger dip in population then what i am suggesting will occur.
ThomasHobbes wrote:My suggestion starts with what i wrote earlier, about a LOW-LEVEL infanticide, along with pro-abortion views so that the people who will be born into these problems wont have to deal with them.
ThomasHobbes wrote:We should create a one-child policy as the main thing
ThomasHobbes wrote:stop sending support and rations and help to third world countries
ThomasHobbes wrote:to have the governments that have already proven incapable of supporting themselves be gone by the time of mass crisis.
Jonathon Swift - 'A Modest Proposal' wrote:I have been assured by a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London, that a young healthy child well nursed is at a year old a most delicious, nourishing, and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled; and I make no doubt that it will equally serve in a fricassee or a ragout.
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