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How to tell if someone has been BRAINWASHED by Malthusian propaganda

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« on: October 02, 2010, 10:36:35 am »

Congressman Wants Overpopulation Myth To Be Taught In Schools

Describes idea of limiting global population as “lowest hanging fruit”

Steve Watson
Thursday, Sept 22nd, 2010

A Democratic Congressman has called for schools and centres of education to “promote the agenda” of climate change and the idea that unfettered population growth is killing the planet.

Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.) made the comments at a conference hosted by the U.S. Education Department earlier this week.

In an interview with CNS News at the meeting titled “Sustainability Education Summit: Citizenship and Pathways for a Green Economy”, Sarbanes said:

“…whether it’s climate change, whether it’s population growth, whether it’s all these factors that impact the health of our world, raising that awareness early among young people is only going to promote the agenda.”

“… it’s going to raise that awareness of climate change that, in turn, I think, can make them stewards, stakeholders in policy changes we have to make to try to address climate change going forward and so, another wonderful result that you can yield if you do this environmental education.”

In other words, indoctrinate them when they’re kids, then they will support endless bloated government taxation schemes in the name of saving the planet.

“Like I keep saying over and over again, if you get young people invested in those ideas early on, that will result in those kinds of positive policy developments,” Sarbanes added.

When the CNS interviewer asked the Congressman if he supported White House science czar John P. Holdren’s stated wish to see limitations on world population growth – outlined in numerous writings including his 1972 publication ‘Ecoscience’ – Sarbanes replied:

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