Thursday, December 10, 2009

Holdren's guru: Dispose of 'excess children' like puppies

From WorldNetDaily
Science chief acknowledges Brown as inspiration for career in ecology Jerome R. Corsi By Jerome R. Corsi Posted: December 09, 2009 ~ 9:27 pm Eastern © 2009 WorldNetDaily This is the third of a three-part series of articles exploring Obama administration science czar John P. Holdren's self-acknowledged intellectual debt to geochemist and early ecological alarmist Harrison Brown. In the first part, WND reported Brown recommended pumping carbon dioxide into the global atmosphere in order to promote the food production needed to prevent starvation resulting from over-population. In the second part, WND examined Brown's endorsement of eugenics as a recommended means of controlling overpopulation to prevent ecological disasters. Geochemist Harrison Brown, a member of the Manhattan Project who supervised the production of plutonium, advocated world government in the 1950s to impose mandatory controls over population growth, carried out, if necessary, through sterilization and forced abortions. White House science czar John HoldrenWhite House science czar John Holdren openly acknowledges Brown's writings influenced his decision to devote his career to the science of ecology. Holdren has echoed Brown's call for global government by advocating the United States should surrender sovereignty to a "Planetary Regime" armed with sufficient military power to enforce population limits on nations as a means of preventing a wide range of perceived dangers from global eco-disasters involving Earth's natural resources, climate, atmosphere and oceans. On page 260 of his 1954 book "The Challenge of Man's Future," Brown concluded "population stabilization and a world composed of completely independent sovereign states are incompatible." READ FULL STORY>>
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