We must eliminate people.
“Our society is turning toward more and more needless consumption. It is a vicious circle that I compare to cancer . . . . Should we eliminate suffering, diseases? The idea is beautiful, but perhaps not a benefit for the long term. We should not allow our dread of diseases to endanger the future of our species. . . . In order to stabilize world population, we need to eliminate 350,000 people a day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.”
Source: The New American, November 8, 1998, page 6.
Also: The New American, August 4, 1997.
Also: The New American, February 17, 1997, page 8.
Also: â€œThe Rise of Global Green Religion,â€ by Henry Lamb, eco-logic Special Report, February 9, 1997, page 19.
Also: Global Governance, by Henry Lamb, pages 95-96.
Also: McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, October 1997, page 6.
Also: McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, November 1997, page 7.
Also: â€œThe Green Genocide Agenda,â€ by Alan Caruba, The DeWeese Report,
Hardcopy: Copies of the sources listed.