World population from 6 billion to 7 billion people
Source: Bits of Science
The propaganda for the European genocide is in full swing this week. As you can see from the graphic above, almost none of the net increase in the world's population from 6 to 7 billion came from Europe. Despite that, we are told that Scots need to have fewer children to make room for those with duskier complexions.
ONE of Scotland’s most eminent scientists has argued that couples in the UK should have no more than two children to help tackle the world’s soaring population.Source: The Scotsman
Professor Sir Ian Wilmut puts forward his controversial views in today’s Scotsman as the number of people on the planet officially hits seven billion.
The professor of reproductive biology, most famous for his role in cloning Dolly the Sheep, argues that “population control is essential and beneficial even in countries like our own” because of the strain such a large number of people place on the planet’s resources.
He adds: “What is needed now is government promotion of the fact that having more than two children is imposing unacceptable demands upon the environment.”
...Writing an article called Population and consumption the twin determinants of our fate in The Scotsman today, Prof Wilmut said that even in the UK there are “obvious effects of human activity upon the rural environment”.
And he said although it would be “perverse” to remove the financial support that ensures children in the UK have a good start, there should be “social encouragement for those who choose not to have children or have only one child”.
...Prof Wilmut is the latest in a long line of well-known figures to promote the idea of having fewer children.
Broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, environmentalist Jonathan Porrit, primatologist Jane Goodall, television presenter Chris Packham and former American vice-president Al Gore have all in the past sparked controversy by making similar comments.