The New York Times published an op-ed applauding the extermination of the human race as a way to “save the planet.” Now, The UK Guardian has published a story saying that declining birth rates of human babies "should be cause for celebration, not alarm.”
The story cites Sarah Harper, a former director of the Royal Institution, a globalist-run depopulation front group, who explains that, “far from igniting alarm and panic falling total fertility rates were to be embraced, and countries should not worry if their population is not growing.”
Giving birth to human babies to sustain human society, “is really old thinking,” she explains in the UK Guardian article. Harper is arguing that having human babies is holding back society, and that real “progress” requires shutting down reproductive fertility.
The paper goes on to parrot the globalist line that claims giving birth to human babies will destroy the planet. This is a frequent argument of the anti-humanists who see the extermination of humankind as their pathway to utopia (not realizing they, too, will be exterminated). As The Guardian writes:
Having fewer children is also undoubtedly positive from an environmental point of view; recent research has found that having one fewer child reduces a parent’s carbon footprint by 58 tonnes of CO2 a year.
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