Three dangerous men

The environmentalist, the “human rights” activist, and the social activist. Because the very basis of their “professions” is force – forcing other people to tow their line. And they won’t mind lobbying for laws to enforce their “vision” of society.

Be it environmentalists criticizing the Tata Nano

Our cities don’t need more cars,” the environmentalists said. “They need better public transport.

or “human rights” activists filing cases against people for insulting the Indian national anthem, or social activists lobbying for laws against child labor, and for minimum wages – without understand economics, or considering what the out-of-work kid will do without a source of income, these busybodies have the power to make people’s lives a living nightmare.

I don’t have much to say on the topic, but I will point you to this article

JONATHON PORRITT, one of Gordon Brown’s leading green advisers, is to warn that Britain must drastically reduce its population if it is to build a sustainable society.

Porritt’s call will come at this week’s annual conference of the Optimum Population Trust (OPT), of which he is patron.

The trust will release research suggesting UK population must be cut to 30m if the country wants to feed itself sustainably.


Britain’s population is expected to grow from 61m now to 71m by 2031. Some politicians support a reduction.

Phil Woolas, the immigration minister, said: “You can’t have sustainability with an increase in population.”

The Tory leader, David Cameron, has also suggested Britain needs a “coherent strategy” on population growth.

The man effectively wants to halve Britain’s population. How to do it? I suggest a national lottery in which every other person is dragged out of his house and executed by firing squad. Otherwise people could go and jump into the North Sea. I am sure Porritt does not have any such ideas in mind (no I am not – sure), but the very idea of a “sustainable lifestyle” that talks in terms of a reduction in the standard of living, or of the living, reeks of a fascist mentality, of placing everything else before life and sacrificing everything to the blob that is society. Further, “coherent strategy” is a very scary sounding term in fascist Britain. Does it mean a soon-to-be-introduced one-child-policy and/or mandatory birth control procedures – both on men as well as women? I don’t know. But in Britain, anything can happen – its a country where any and every stupid idea is considered very seriously by the politicians, as they have demonstrated time and again.

In a world where politicians think that “smart regulations” will some how give them power over the law of causality – that they can some how “prevent” everything from crimes to financial malpractices to pollution by mere legislation, logic and reason are dirty words. As for the environmentalist, and the conservation brigade, I found a nice quip that would, in a rational world, make them rethink their positions-

If we paid too much attention to those conservationist people, we’d still be conserving flint for our grandchildren to make axes.

But that rational world is long gone – the Age of Reason has ended;. so has the Age of Enlightenment. We live in the Age of Mass Insanity.

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