Elon Musk debunks the myth of overpopulation

Translated by a reader from a December LifeSiteNews article on the myth of overpopulation:

The World Economic Forum (WEF) tried to “contextualize”. [ses théories] after the billionaire and Twitter’s new owner exposed his overpopulated “philosophy.” [E. Musk] defined as “the death of mankind”.

Musk wrote these words in response to a tweet from Wall Street Silver (WSS) on Wednesday. [un forum d’investissement] highlights what the user calls the WEF’s “depopulation agenda”. The WEF has long supported the view that “overpopulation” threatens global stability. The organization advocates for the expansion of birth control and access to abortion to improve the lives of Third World women and girls in particular.

The WSS tweet included a short clip from noted primatologist Jane Goodall. He said at the WEF in January 2020 that many global problems would be solved if the human population was drastically reduced.

We cannot ignore population growth because it is at the root of many other problems told the organization [de Davos]. ” If the population was up to 500 years ago, all of this stuff we’re talking about wouldn’t be a problem.. »

“For reference, the world population at that time was 460 million,” WSS reported on Wednesday. [21 décembre]. Last month, the population reached 8 billion. According to the WSS, the real problem for the future of the world will not be “overpopulation” but the expected “depopulation” and “low birth rates”.

Musk responded to the tweet by acknowledging Goodall’s vision [que la terre se porterait mieux avec une population beaucoup plus réduite] “is the death of humanity. »

Musk, a father of 10 with three wives in a row, has long been a myth about overpopulation. Last year [2021] he identified the low birth rate as “one of the greatest threats to civilization.” “I cannot stress enough that we are not not enough many,” he told the Wall Street Journal. […]

Billionaire and entrepreneur Elon Musk once again warned about the risk posed by low birth rates. He rejects the claims of globalist “experts” who insist that there are too many people on earth.

It made headlines for Musk [son achat] In order to restore Twitter’s principle of freedom of expression on this platform. He claimed [mi-avril] despite the claims of climate experts and activists, it is low birth rates, not overpopulation, that threatens the future of civilization.

Mathias told Döpfner: “The majority of the population is under a false idea of ​​global population growth.” CEO of German publishing house Axel Springer. “That’s not true,” says the fifty-year-old founder of Tesla and Space-X. “Earth can support a population several times larger than the current population. And the birth rate is falling at a crazy rate. »

Although the U.S. has maintained a stable birth rate for decades, it has fallen by 20% since 2007. China, Russia, Japan, Brazil, Bangladesh and Indonesia also report birth rates well below replacement.

In his comments [mi-avril] Musk blasted the “ridiculous population estimates” of the UN, which predicted more than 10 billion people in its 2100 projections. According to Musk, the calculations “need to be updated because they don’t really make sense. »

His warnings about declining birthrates are not new: Musk has been predicting the collapse of civilization due to population decline for years. Last year, he called low rates “one of the greatest threats to civilization.” »

I can’t stress it enough, there’s not enough population,” he told the Wall Street Journal in December. [2021].

Musk’s warnings echo similar warnings from Jordan Peterson [professeur de psychologie et auteur renommé] it has demonstrated time and time again that the myth of overpopulation is inaccurate and even involves covert genocide.

He told Chris Williamson: “I’ve been saying for 10 years that the biggest threat to the next 50 years is not enough people.” [podcaster] in February. “The idea that there are too many people on the planet… there is nothing more genocidal than this statement. »

“And what do you mean ‘too crowded’?” But what do you mean by “planet”? And what exactly do you propose for it? Mass abortion, is that your answer? Or should we think of something more radical? »

Globalists use mass propaganda, in the media, in schools and in all government institutions, to believe that without fewer men, the world will perish.

Elon Musk has done it again, blasting the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Twitter for its ideology of overpopulation. We certainly don’t agree with Musk on many things, but he has intelligently responded to and countered WEF darling Jane Goodall’s views that the earth would be better off with less population. [c’est] that philosophy [qui] “is the death of humanity”. […]

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