Sunday, November 22, 2009

Save The Starving Children

Save The Starving Children

Yeah, I know -- almost everyone, from left-wing humanists to right-wing Christians, are united in their opinion that feeding the starving children is a vital cause to support. How can anyone be against saving the children? It is a self-evident "good" thing to do, they feel. "Oh, the children (sob, sniffle)." Only "bad" people question it. Well, count me as one of the "bad" people.

What is the effect of saving the starving children? Feeding starving children allows them to grow up and breed even more starving children. People in favor of that -- most people -- are incredibly stupid and shortsighted. They are just perpetuating misery from generation to generation.

Maybe it would be OK to feed the starving children, as long as they were spayed and neutered so that they could not pass along their failed religious and cultural ideologies that led to their starvation to a new generation of starving children. But both the left-wing humanists and right-wing Christians are not about to even suggest that solution, much less insist upon it. The pussy liberal lefties are against it because of being labeled racist and/or genocidal. The a-hole Christian right-wingers are against it because of their stupid (unworkable in real life), anti-life sexual and reproduction religious beliefs.

Why are there starving children? There are several causes, but the unquestioned major cause is overpopulation, which leads to per capital resource problems. In case you didn't know, growing food requires fertile soil. It requires clean, plentiful water. It requires a certain amount of those per person. And, a little extra is needed because of potential weather or problems that might perhaps affect crop yields. You have heard droughts, perhaps? Untimely excess rain? Floods...?

The only solution to "hunger" and other resource problems is population reduction, but most people, including religious and political leaders are not even interested in population stabilization.

Oh, you might say, what about bettering crop yields? You don't like "factory farms" and "chemical pollution", but what are the alternatives? Sorry to break the news, but there isn't enough good land and water to grow organic alfalfa sprouts and free-range chickens for everyone -- at affordable prices. But price, you might say, price is no object if we are to feed everyone. That just shows your total economic ignorance.

Billions of people have been added to the world's population in the twentieth century. In the last couple of decades, or less, the world population has increased from 6 billion to 6.5 billion. Do you know what 6 billion is? Probably not, so here it is: 6,000,000,000. Do you know what the difference between 6 billion and 6.5 billion is? Probably not, as you likely flunked basic arithmetic in your socialized (public) school system. So, here it is: the difference is 500,000,000. How big is that? The United States population is around 300,000,000 (maybe more if all the illegal aliens could be counted). Anyway, that means in the last twenty years or less, more people than in all the U.S. have been added to the world population.

And you want to feed the starving children? Are you fricking idiots?

“Whatever your cause, it is a lost cause without population control.”