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September 29, 2009 – Comments (19)

News flash: the "Billionaires Club" knows: Bill Gates called billionaire philanthropists to a super-secret meeting in Manhattan last May. Included: Buffett, Rockefeller, Soros, Bloomberg, Turner, Oprah and others meeting at the "home of Sir Paul Nurse, a British Nobel prize biochemist and president of the private Rockefeller University, in Manhattan," reports John Harlow in the London TimesOnline. During an afternoon session each was "given 15 minutes to present their favorite cause. Over dinner they discussed how they might settle on an 'umbrella cause' that could harness their interests."

The world's biggest time-bomb? Overpopulation, say the billionaires.

And what about those billionaires and their billions? Can they stop the trend? Sadly no. Only a major crisis, a global catastrophe, a collapse beyond anything prior in world history will do it.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/wwiii-population-wars-a-12-bomb-equation-2009-09-29

You have been warned!!!!!!  This is what the elite deem is the most important issue facing man.

Just watch what happens when the bankers cut off credit to the world........it's starting in 9.09........are you prepared?????????

Pandemic, War, Terrorist Attacks, Economic Collapse......all serve to lower overpopulation......nothing like a little starvation to reduce overpopulation.

The math is simple.....the number one problem facing man is overpopulation.........how do we cull the herd.......and who do we cull???? 

Sometimes, through natural selection, economic conditions serve to solve non economic issues.

19 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On September 29, 2009 at 3:33 PM, chk999 (99.98) wrote:

Actually, once the Reptoids start eating us openly, overpopulation is going to be the least of our worries.

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#2) On September 29, 2009 at 3:37 PM, booyahh (< 20) wrote:

yes, beware the Aliens.

moohahahaaaaaa !!!!!

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#3) On September 29, 2009 at 3:48 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

As the bankers tighten credit......the economy will mathematically continue to contract.

Federal Reserve proposes tough new credit card rules

You will see middle class families getting kicked out of their homes and massive home inventory on the market.

Amherst Sees 7m Foreclosures Poised to Distress House Prices

http://www.housingwire.com/2009/09/24/amherst-sees-7m-foreclosures-poised-to-distress-house-prices/

7 million foreclosures...that is a lot of homeless families and substantial pressure on the housing market......as bankers cut off credit to America....while they get bailed out by the homeless taxpayers.

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#4) On September 29, 2009 at 3:58 PM, wvillegas007 (< 20) wrote:

This comment comes directly from the comments section from the Coming Populations Story linked by Alstry. I think the commentator says it best: 

sbenard 28 minutes ago

Another false underlying premise of these super-rich elitists is that THEY have a right to rule over everyone else, including making life and death decisions that effect the lives of millions of people. What gives them the right to create such tyrannical policies?

Often, the super-rich think that because of their monetary success, they therefore have an entitlement to rule over "lesser beings"! They live like kings in a world surrounded by abundance, even excess, where every wish is met by servants who are their underlings. They genuinely believe that they have EARNED the right to rule! They are offended by the notion that in a Republic, all are equal and everyone gets a vote! They find this repulsive. I find THEM repulsive!

There is a superb book on this subject that explains why the super-rich would want to destroy free enterprise that has so blessed them with such vast wealth, The book is "The Naked Capitalist" by Cleon Skousen. Skousen was a former high-ranking FBI director who investigated some of these people. When the book was written, some of these people tried to purchase the exclusive publishing rights to the book and bury it. They failed!

The whole premise of their philosophies is one of tyranny, rule by elites, and the power to oppress everyone else. These philosophies are evil at their very core! Don't be deceived by them! They are inspired by the devil himself, and they are perpetuated by his children! Report this comment
#5) On September 29, 2009 at 4:04 PM, Starfirenv (< 20) wrote:

ZOMBIE REPTOID ALIENS DEVOURING ASSETS!!!!!!!!!!!

It's not the end of Reptoid Aliens, only Reptoid Aliens as we know them. Soon you will understand what they have know all along.

COVER YOUR ASSETS!!!!!! PREPARE!!!!!!!!!!!!  10.09 Time

 

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#6) On September 29, 2009 at 4:15 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

Micron Q4 revenue $1.3 bln vs $1.45 bln

Jabil Circuit Q4 revenue $2.8 bln vs $3.26 bln

Sealy Q3 revenue $349.6 mln vs $405 mln

Lower Sales, Lower Taxes, Less Jobs..More Foreclosures, More Homeless.......And the beat goes on and on and on.....until the music stops as people starve....unless we restructure.

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#7) On September 29, 2009 at 4:19 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

SALES JUST KEEP EVAPORATING!!!!!!!

Nike Q1 revenue $4.8 bln vs $5.43 bln

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#8) On September 29, 2009 at 4:25 PM, ChannelDunlap (< 20) wrote:

10.09 - Prepare to be RELAXULATED!!!!

After the MOAFP passes it will be time to RELAX!  Are you ready?!

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#9) On September 29, 2009 at 4:30 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

MOAP HAS OCCURED.....

NOW THAT SOCIAL SECURITY IS CASH FLOW NEGATIVE...

FDIC IS BROKE AT THE END OF Q3

FHA IS BROKE AT THE END OF Q3

PENSION GUARANTY IS BROKE AT THE END OF Q3

ALL IN 9.09.....MY SUGGESTION IS IF YOU CAN'T SEE MOAP.....GO READ OTHER BLOGS;)

Now the fun is just beginning.....are you prepared for 10.09???

This is when not only can you see MOAP.....now will will feel MOAP.

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#10) On September 29, 2009 at 4:31 PM, motleyanimal (83.72) wrote:

Oprah wants to kill and eat me!

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#11) On September 29, 2009 at 4:49 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

FLASH:  WHERE ARE THE REVENUES?????

Worthington Q1 revenue $417.5 mln vs $913.2 mln

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#12) On September 29, 2009 at 4:56 PM, topsecret09 (38.57) wrote:

http://articles.latimes.com/2009/jul/20/opinion/oew-young20

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#13) On September 29, 2009 at 5:04 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

MORE AND MORE POOR AS CREDIT CUT OFF!!!!!!!

Once again, hard economic times are hitting the most vulnerable among us – those at the lower end of the economic ladder – in ways that threaten their access to the most basic of needs.

It was sadly ironic that at the same time in Lansing, members of the Michigan Legislature were working on a budget that would cut even the most basic level of state services to that same vulnerable segment of our population.

The proposed cuts in the Department of Human Services budget would cut foster care workers, Child Protective Services workers and staff who provide services to residents who have lost their job. At the same time, it would reduce funding for programs such as those that foster school readiness for young children at a critical time in their life.

These cuts are coming at a time when an unprecedented number of people are seeking help. In August, according to DHS, almost 1.6 million people obtained food assistance and more than 1.7 million received Medicaid benefits.

The proposed cut in Child Protective Services workers is particularly troubling because DHS reports that Child Protective Services workers investigated nearly 6,000 allegations of abuse in August alone. Surely even in the hardest of times the state of Michigan can find the resources to protect our children – truly the most vulnerable among us.

It has been said that the core values of a society can be judged by the way it treats the least fortunate of its members – those whose very survival depends on a basic level of services.

By that measurement, if the Legislature, acting on behalf of all of us who live in this great state, sticks with its decision to slash these basic services to the least fortunate among us, then, in the words of Charles Darwin, “great is our sin.”

http://www.freep.com/article/20090929/OPINION05/90929032/-1/rss07

ONCE OBAMA CAN'T SPEND...100,000,000 AMERICANS WILL BE STANDING IN FOOD LINES THAT THE PRIVATE ECONOMY WILL BE FORCED TO DEAL WITH....OR THEY WILL DEAL YOU.

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#14) On September 29, 2009 at 5:05 PM, miteycasey (30.92) wrote:

The problem with over population is it's occuring where people can't feed themselves.

chicken or egg?

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#15) On September 29, 2009 at 5:06 PM, lquadland10 (< 20) wrote:

oh Alex Jomes has been telling us for the last 20 to 30 years. Get rid of the fed with the silver certific dollar. All is going to their plan.

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#16) On September 29, 2009 at 5:19 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

HEADLINE:

Darden Restaurants Has Unexpected Drop in First-Quarter Sales; Shares Fall

UNEXPECTED??????  ARE YOU KIDDING ALSRY?????

WHEN CREDIT IS CUT OFF....SPENDING SLOWS......

WHEN SPENDING SLOWS.....SALES DROP.....

WHEN SALES DROP......LAYOFFS INCREASE....

WHEN LAYOFFS INCREASE.....TAX RECEIPTS DECREASE...

WHEN SALES, EMPLOYMENT, AND TAX RECEIPTS DECREASE....AND KEEPS DECREASING....THE ECONOMY EVAPORATE AS CREDIT IS CONSTRAINED

WHEN THERE IS A LOT OF DEBT.....LOTS AND LOTS GO BANKRUPT.....UNLESS YOU RESTRUCTURE

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#17) On September 29, 2009 at 5:27 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

"The problem with over population is it's occuring where people can't feed themselves."

It's likely that they're discussing population growth outside of the US.  The population of Africa is on pace to double every 16 years.  The population of the world is on pace to double in about 35 years...even though a significant sub-population is actually shrinking.  The population of the US is increasing much slower than this.  I know Gates directs much of his effort towards Africa...it is a problem that their population is growing at such a rate when these children are being born in poverty and a large percentage are born with AIDS. 

My brother-in-law and his wife did in-vitro last year to have their first child.  Their fertility doctor told them that infertility in the US is increasing at an alarming rate.  The doctor projected that if the trend continues, a majority of males in the US will be infertile within the next generation (children today).  Some people have theories about what's causing this, but the doctor didn't have a solid explanation...just guesses about possible environmental factors.  So, there's probably no need to worry about population growth in the US.

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#18) On September 29, 2009 at 5:35 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

"It has been said that the core values of a society can be judged by the way it treats the least fortunate of its members – those whose very survival depends on a basic level of services."

Government is not the center of society.  Judge a society by the way families look after their own and others and how individual communities treat their least fortunate.  Nobody should depend on government for "a basic level of services."  We might have had a stronger society today if gov't had never tried to help in the first place.

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#19) On September 29, 2009 at 5:47 PM, chk999 (99.98) wrote:

< Jimi Hendrix >

Have you ever been exterminated?

Well I have.

(Strange guitar feedback wail)

< /Jimi Hendrix >

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