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Extinction Illness: Grave Affliction And Possibility

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Everyone says climate is the most important issue of all, and yet they just carry on as before. I don’t understand that. Because if the emissions have to stop, then we must stop the emissions. To me that is black or white. There are no gray areas when it comes to survival. Either we go on as a civilization or we don’t. We have to change.
– Greta Thunberg, 15-year-old climate activist, self-identified as autistic, speaking at the UN Climate Summit in Poland, December, 2018.

The insight came swiftly, undeniable and overwhelming, like the fire storm that devoured Paradise. Instant and devastating. The impact and understanding immediate.

I had been reeling from the news of the last years regarding climate disruption, wars, famine, hate crimes, the desperation of migrants and refugees, and the incomprehensible chaos and brutishness of our current president – as have we all – and also from a series of events which I had met individually and, without realizing it, had compartmentalized in order to respond from an open an unimpeded heart. But coming home after many days away to phone messages from two different women who could not speak coherently because they had broken into sobs, I was alerted to the grief that they were carrying for all of us which could not be contained in a personal story.  I knew then these are not merely difficult times. And even this might not have been sufficient to alert me to the extremity of the critical shift in our weather, external and internal, had not another message been left from a friend whose daughter had just been killed by the Thousand Oaks shooter and another from a relative on her way to the Pittsburgh synagogue where there had just been a massacre. On Friday November 13, 2015, I had stayed up all night emailing with a friend in Paris as she hid in her apartment after the bombings which had just occurred in her neighborhood. And in the last year, I had been advising several friends and colleagues who are offering trauma counseling and community support to the Parkland survivors and their families as well as to students and faculty in Pine Ridge who were trying to meet a rash of suicides and attempted suicides in teenagers and younger children. There were also three deaths of young people close to me in the last month. A startling number of friends and acquaintances, formerly competent and active people, have been unable to function for long periods of time due to disabling depression, anxiety, and despair; I do not know if they will recover. Two members of our small, well-educated and trained community are homeless, unable to find work or permanent housing with friends or relatives. An alarming percentage of friends’ children are suffering from addiction, schizophrenia, depression, and are in danger of committing suicide. Two women will meet with me this week to explore writing about living with wary children (plural) suffering mental illness while another friend called to ask for prayers for yet another young man incarcerated in a mental hospital. One of our Daré (community healing circles) members reports monthly on the condition of two sons in and out of mental hospitals over the last ten years. There has been more mental illness and addiction in my extended family than I had ever conceived possible when I was young and more children in my kinship network suffering from conditions that range between high functioning Asperger’s syndrome and extreme autism requiring full time care.

At night, I dream the anguished cries of polar bears, grizzlies, fur seals, whales, wolves, elephants, giraffes, lions, whose habitats are overrun, toxic and gravely dangerous, who cannot live a moment without fear of the next action by the ravenous two-leggeds who hunt or gawk, who pollute, destroy, and dominate. Though I had to evacuate for a week because of the firestorm threat to Topanga, my discomfort did not compare to the death in the Woolsey fire of two of our very, very few mountain lions when 85% of the wild mountain park that was their territory burned. Meanwhile, the rangers cautioned us not to put out water or food because “the animals are resourceful” even though there is no water to be found in this drought which caused the fires. Simultaneously, the Camp Fire changed everything as people were vaporized or cremated in a fire that was hotter than any natural fire we have known. A filmmaker friend who traveled to Chico and Paradise found people gathering – Climate Uprising – to face the climate crisis even while sifting through the ashes for signs of their loved ones and trying to imagine how to survive and rebuild. The probability that there was and may continue to be a release of radiation from the toxic and radioactive super site at the old Rocketdyne lab in Simi Valley is democratically experienced by all beings which means the remaining mountain lions and all the flora and fauna and human beings, myself, my children, my friends included within a hundred miles.

What was my realization? Here it is:

We are all going extinct.

The animals know this and now all humans know this as well. Sensing the imminent death of all species, the cellular understanding of our common fate is making us ill. Our nervous and physical systems cannot bear this terrible knowledge. The growing understanding of the reality of the human caused 6th Extinction is resulting in Extinction Illness.

Contemplating the extent and pervasiveness of despair and violence across the globe, the increasing aberrance of human and non-human behavior, I see that all humans and non-humans know this, all human people and all beings, animals, trees, birds, insects, fish, know this. And all of us are being driven to some form of madness, pain, or dysfunction. For the animals, Bear, Wolf, Elephant, Whale this results in unavoidable and unmediated terror. We humans know, with or without awareness, that we are responsible. And so, we, entirely crazed, become a species that commits ecocide even as we die of it. The different signs and symptoms are ubiquitous and no one is escaping it.

We know we are going extinct. We know this consciously and/or unconsciously.  Each person on the planet knows this. Extinction is upon us and no one is immune to it. All beings sense our/their imminent death. Not only their individual deaths, but far worse, the death of their species. An unbearable thought. And beyond that, the death of all species ….

My father, writer Arnold Posy, feared for the death of his people. He wrote in Yiddish and mourned its death and everything that would mean, the end of a culture which was held together for hundreds of years by language. I lived every day with his grief as the truth of the Holocaust descended upon him. He had escaped the Czarist army and made his way to England, because he knew how Jews fared when conscripted and also, he was not a man who could take up a gun. His brother came to the foot of his bed one night, his uniform torn and stained with mud, his head bandaged and bloody, his body broken and exuding the patina of death. “Look, Aria, what the Cossacks have done to me,” the ghost said and disappeared. Weeks later, a letter came to London detailing his death in the army. My father knew that had he not escaped, he would also have died by fragging but he could not bear the reality that his family of twelve children and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, had perished in mass graves, save him, the youngest, and his sister the oldest, twenty years between them.

We lived with these deaths though my father’s personal sorrow was mostly silenced by the greater wail of the Holocaust. In 1945, at age 9, I learned of the atom bomb and sensed that I would also mourn other incomprehensible tragedies. When my father died in 1987 when I was fifty, I knew that I would be carrying not the death of a people but the death of all peoples, human and non-human alike, the death of the planet, of Earth, of the future, of all life.

It is possible that Extinction Illness is the root of all contemporary mental, physical, and spiritual diseases. Extinction Illness, the essential cellular knowledge and terror that one’s life, one’s people’s lives, all life is threatened, that lineage is disappearing, that we, all, may well become extinct within a very short period of time, that the future will be eradicated.

The fire of knowing sweeps down upon us like a tornado and there is no place to run. There is no escape. And worse, we do not get to live our ordinary lives until the moment of Extinction. Much suffering is inevitable before our demise in whichever way it will come to any one of us.

An inevitable prelude arises: Extinction illness – our bodies, minds, souls reeling with the terrible reality of what we have done, are doing. Extinction is our fault.

Whether or not we ‘believe’ the scientists who say climate change is Anthropocene Climate Disruption, meaning we are the cause, we know extinction and our role in it, consciously and unconsciously. Even those who don’t consciously know or accept the reality of the 6th Extinction or Climate Change or Disruption or recognize the consequences of the bleaching of the barrier reefs, the glaciers and poles melting, the acidification of the oceans, the extreme weather shifts, deadly floods, year-long and increasingly intense fire seasons, wind tornadoes and fire tornadoes, the insect apocalypse, the collapse of fisheries, deforestation, desertification and 17,000 species threatened at this time, they know. The unconscious knows. The soul knows. The connected life system knows even if the individual isn’t consciously aware. He/she/they were born into the network of all life and Life knows too. As Ubuntu teaches, “I am because you are,” which now we must rephrase: I will not be because you will not be. I will not be if you will not be.

Extinction illness. A world condition and a world affliction. Perhaps this systemic affliction is at the root of all our current global plagues, diseases, and illnesses.

As I write this to you, my heart beat is irregular and pounding. I know the reality of all of this in my body. We each know this differently. I know it through hartzveitig– the pain of extreme grief and despair, the anguish of the broken heart. There is no physical medical cause for my body’s agitation; there is only this physical manifestation of hartzveitig. It could be any symptom. It could be any of the conditions or situations mentioned in the beginning of this desperate exhortation to sanity and change. It could be a heart attack, intractable depression, inconsolable grief, addictions of every sort, splitting, compulsions, denial, extreme greed and territoriality, violent rages, derangement, uncontrollable aggression, murder, urges to suicide, even, paradoxically, paralleling the host of auto-immune responses, deliberate acts of ecocide. It could be any of these arbitrary or happenstance physical or mental manifestations of the same illness which we mistake for symptoms and treat uselessly, as we often treat symptoms without seeking the essential core.

As there is no pharmaceutical for Extinction, there is none for Extinction Illness. There is no anti-biotic, no anti-depressant or anti-psychotic, no sedative, no bone marrow transplant, no chemotherapy, rodenticide, no pesticide, no radiation therapy. To the contrary, this list makes it clear that these conventional medicinals are the poisons which accelerate the condition. There is no personal healing for these conditions and treating or focusing on the symptoms is counter-productive and exacerbates our common jeopardy.

Here we are. We are all suffering a life-threatening illness for which there is no discoverable cure. How shall we meet it?

For a period of time, we may be able to bear the symptoms or pretend that they are part of the natural order of disease to be treated conventionally. Over time, this blind recourse will be seen to be self-serving and futile. Like any being with a life-threatening illness, we suffer it and respond in a thousand different ways before we ultimately succumb.

However, in rare cases we can transform our fate through deep listening to what the body and soul need to reverse the death process and enter life. Healing our lives and preparing for good deaths is the same action. Can we heal ourselves, our planet? Can we desist from doing so much harm? There is no medicine, no medical procedure that will heal Extinction except ….

The only healing for Extinction, and so Extinction IIlness, as they are entirely intertwined, is stopping Extinction.

When one is suffering a life-threatening illness, one is called to look beyond the physical manifestation to see the root cause and determine what one can do to change one’s life and, hopefully, extend, even save it. As it happens, the particular symptoms we have, the particular affliction, often point the way to the healing action we are to take. This implies that each of us suffering distinctly gets to add exactly what is needed to the complex whole. Though this way of proceeding is not part of conventional western medicine, it is still a deep response among many people who search to find meaning and purpose in a healing path. Cure is instant but healing is a life-long practice.

Learning I had cancer at age forty, I understood I had to change my life in every way to create health. I had to leave a relatively secure teaching life for the unknown, risking my income, leaving friends, community, comfort and a four-bedroom house and pool in the suburbs to live in Topanga, a rural canyon in California in a two-room broken down cottage at the end of a dirt road to which I had to bring water and other basic amenities. My value system was undergoing an extreme reset. It was excruciatingly difficult to strip away socialization, conventional assumptions about the good life and everyone’s advice to remain safe, but I knew my life depended on the shift.  Struggling and afraid, I turned inward to create a relationship with the natural world. Cancer striking at age forty brought a dark time, but the activity of healing brought light. Not everyone can leave our urban centers, but we can transform them so that we are all living less desperate and disconnected lives. We can find the necessary ways to restore and co-exist in different degrees with the wild everywhere. However, to really live once again with the natural world and the wild on their own terms means to strip away almost everything and begin again. And only when we do so will we be in the right mind to begin to contemplate what is next and how to proceed on behalf of a future for all beings, including ourselves.

In the mid-seventies, a man suffering cancer said to me, “Cancer is the answer.” He had changed his life drastically from a deadly regime to life-giving ways that entirely invigorated him and it seemed was also going to extend his life significantly.

And so, given that we are all suffering this life-threatening condition which manifests in the deterioration of the natural world and in concomitant individual, social, political, global catastrophes, and given that a multitude of climate scientists, specialists of  Earth medicine, asserted on October 7, 2018, through the release of a UN climate assessment report that we have only twelve years to lower the carbon level or all life as we know it is done for – all life – then we have less than twelve years to reverse this diagnosis. How, then, shall we live to promote health? How will we change our lives drastically enough to save Life itself?

Well, we will have to love life, won’t we? We will have to love life, the natural world, value beauty and the wild nature above all else, won’t we?

And here’s the rub: in order to save our lives, we have to save everyone’s life, human and non-human, because Extinction Illness tells us that we cannot survive alone as the life force and life cycles depend absolutely on diversity and the abundance of all the life forms.

In modern days, when a plague or virus affects a large population or is highly contagious and uncontrollable, all health and medical resources are directed toward healing and containment. But in this instance, medical, psychological, and health personnel have not considered it their duty, let alone their primary responsibility to make the diagnosis and find the causes of Extinction and Extinction Illness in our lives and respond accordingly. It is urgent that we do so. The ultimate meanings of “Physician heal thyself,” coupled with, “First do no harm.”

So much more can and must be said and explored about this, but first we must take in the reality of the illness, its multiple forms and manifestations, the ways it masks ordinary diseases, and the truth that there are no easy cures or even opiates to dull the pain. First, we must recognize our condition and then admit we have caused this crisis, that we continue to create it. We are responsible. It is a consequence of our willful and/or oblivious initiation of an auto-immune disease, simultaneously homicide and ecocide.

Extinction Illness: an affliction and an alert. In 1977, cancer alerted me to Imperialism and its affects: a rogue cell invades a territory, reproduces itself without assuming any useful functions to sustain the whole, uses up all the available resources and pollutes the site until everything, itself included, dies. I had to know it in my body in order to understand its grave harm in the world.  Extinction Illness alerts us to the dire effects of our predatory nature. Extinction Illness is an iconic auto-immune disease: the species attacks itself and all life is threatened.

But deep self-scrutiny of the illness and its causes can reveal, as is the case, again, with other life-threatening illnesses, which paths lead to healing and the restoration of vitality. There are old medicines and medicine ways that can be revived. Indigenous peoples whose ways and culture are not responsible for this tragedy, though they suffer it, know something of the values, approaches, lived ways that can mitigate what is otherwise our grim fate. Deep immersion in and attention to and unconditional love of the natural world are necessary pathways. There are other ways we can find but none will be effective unless we willingly, ruthlessly and essentially change our lives.

The only healing for Extinction Illness is changing our lives to stop Extinction.

The only healing for Extinction Illness is changing our lives to stop Extinction.


25 Comments on "Extinction Illness: Grave Affliction And Possibility"

  1. makati1 on Sat, 5th Jan 2019 6:28 pm 

    There are too many greedy humans to ever be rational and stop waste. We have passed the point of no return. The cliff lay just ahead. Not likely many, if any, humans will still be alive in 2100. Those that may survive will have short, brutal lives, a regression of a million years of evolution.

  2. Chrome Mags on Sat, 5th Jan 2019 7:13 pm 

    “At night, I dream the anguished cries of polar bears, grizzlies, fur seals, whales, wolves, elephants, giraffes, lions, whose habitats are overrun, toxic and gravely dangerous, who cannot live a moment without fear of the next action by the ravenous two-leggeds who hunt or gawk, who pollute, destroy, and dominate.”

    The Author of the article should avoid that because even if there is a way to stop GW, there’s no way to stop people from killing off all the wildlife. Hunters and poachers cannot be stopped because people always put people first, so the laws governing it are way too lax. Large fauna numbers keep plummeting and at some point they will only exist in DNA samples and maybe some in zoos. Their demise was even depicted in the movie, Soylent Green, as Edward G. Robinson decided to accept his final demise by way of the state, with the benefit of watching a film showing wild animals before they became extinct.

    It’s not in any one individual’s control to change the course already taken, so there’s no sense getting all swept up emotionally with the 6th extinction. Might as well take a long view of it and expect that in millions of years, if humankind isn’t still here decimating everything, that evolution will have initiated a whole new array of species.

  3. Sissyfuss on Sat, 5th Jan 2019 9:56 pm 

    Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we fry.

  4. makati1 on Sat, 5th Jan 2019 10:06 pm 

    Here in the tropics, we will probably broil, but the end is the same. When? Show your money and place your bets! 2050? 2075? 2100?

  5. Go Speed Racer on Sat, 5th Jan 2019 10:51 pm 

    It’s now appearing that the stampede into
    population expansion, plus “hyper consumerism”
    will completely destroy the eco-system.

    Afterwards will be mainly jellyfish, algae,
    and cockroaches. In a road-warriors setting.

    IF we were to stop the insanity, remaining
    ecosystems would be well defined and
    protected, with plans to expand them.

    Nobody is doing this.

    Also to stop the insanity, we have to stop
    the dumping of garbage into the oceans, and
    simultaneously stop the over-fishing.
    They are fishing to extinction and nobody

    The biggest problem in a “Trump” style
    administration is they don’t give a damn
    about the environment. They could be
    making it illegal (on a global basis not
    national) to dump garbage in the oceans.

    Instead, all the whales, dolphins, elephants
    giraffes, big cats, are all going to be

    In the end we have all the stupid people
    to thank for that event. It doesn’t look
    like anything else is going to happen.

    Perhaps to solve this problem, go and
    identify a stupid person, and shove him
    down a flight of stairs.

    Otherwise, just deep-freeze some salmon
    cause soon there won’t be any left.

  6. Cloggie on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 2:27 am 

    Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we fry.

    You are not going to fry, not in the reminder of your lifetime.

    Drama queen.

  7. DerHundistLos on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 3:54 am 

    POWERFUL New Interview with Dr. David Suzuki (must see):

  8. Cloggie on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 5:09 am 

    POWERFUL New Interview with Dr. David Suzuki (must see):

    Watched it in its entirety. I know where he is coming from, so not much new here, already agreed with all he said. The important things he said were:

    – Renewable energy and other technology is necessary. He is not a real “back to the Indians” romantic treehugger. He is a scientist, not Chief Seattle.
    – Hope is necessary. Defeatism as practiced by many here is not the answer. You have got to make a commitment. We made the commitment to the Paris Accords, now we need to see it through.
    – Restoring the biosphere, cleaning the oceans, reducing out foot print, getting rid of private car ownership (replace them with self-driving taxis), limiting global warming, halting population growth, getting rid of fossil fuel, etc. should be the world’s top priority for the rest of the century.
    – He complained about Canadians treating him like dirt. But probably not as bad as the Japanese treated the Chinese. I am sure he feels fine in Vancouver… now that it is a majority Asian city. Identitarianism applies to all.

  9. Dredd on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 5:23 am 

    Powerful post.

  10. Davy on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 5:46 am 

    “The Prophetic Jewish, Interfaith & Secular Voice to Heal and Transform the World”
    LOL, I am surprised neder did not have a ZOG meltdown with this article.

  11. Davy on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 6:20 am 

    We are in the 6th great extinction. Extinction is a process that is part of evolution. If you can disengage from feeling that humans are exceptional and the planet revolves around us then you will see we are an agent of this process. This is recent too. A short 20,000 years ago our footprint was manageable. No human desired to be an agent of extinction and the species just evolved this way. It is clear that intelligence is an evolutionary dead end in certain configurations. We have evolved our intelligence so quickly and without restraint. We have not evolved the control of our wisdom of using that intelligence that is beneficial and rejecting what is not. Yea, we have done many great things for humans in regards to extending life spans. We have greatly expanded comfort that comes from affluence. We tend to try something to see if it is good and tell ourselves we can walk back if needed or we will have something else better that will fix any problems we have made. That is the nature of scientific discovery.

    In the process of evolving intelligence through scientific discovery nothing has stopped our competitive behavior both with other species and within our own species. So some of this blind advancement is because we are in a race against each other. How do you stop this? I doubt you can. There will never be peace on earth until we destroy ourselves. We basically evolved as small hunter gathers that blew into a process of civilization and quickly achieved global dominance. We never figure out the peace part of civilization. In regards to other species we only recently have learned our place in planetary cycles and within the web of life. Sure this has been an ongoing evolution of thinking but today, now that it is likely too late, we see how profound some of our actions have become. Even some of the smallest actions when multiplied by millions have dramatic effects. We are an oversized species that has thrown a hugely complex and bountiful epoch into decline. This is ecological succession in action.

    Our intelligence may reflect the divine somehow but our wisdom at the level of species does not. We may reflect the divine but we also reflect yeast. We are techno optimist gone amok and still digging our self into a hole. Really as a species we have no choice what else are we going to do. Bailing water from the sinking ship is a reasonable action. This is why I always point back to the local. You can make a difference in your local. You can do something there. The bigger picture is lost. Global policy is beyond adaptation. It is locked in a climax of a late stage civilization that is part late term dysfunctional liberal democracy and capitalism. We can’t walk back without a bottleneck. Our many cultures and ideologies tolerate each other because we have been making each other richer. Now that we have adapted a planet to overpopulation and a semi-affluent globalism we have opened the door to overshoot and extinction.

    You can live permaculture and local if you feel the planetary pain. You can do this in relative sacrifice because very few can head out into some natural ecosystem and live with nature. The meaning of relative sacrifice is merely doing what you can considering your circumstances. Little things matter when millions do it. We are in a trap with nowhere to go. Yield to the bigger forces and co-opt your local. As best you can embrace real planetary cycles. You can do this by triaging out the bad side of the modern and incorporating the enlightened into a hybrid of the best of the old. Not all that is modern is bad. Practice salvage with enlightened constructive and destructive change. Leave bad locals if you can and change your lifestyle if you can. If not make the best of what you have. Embrace intermittency and demand management that can be found by living differently in regards to ecological footprints. Renewables offer a way forward if you have resources. Live with less but with more meaning.

    The extinction process will continue around you but you will have accepted this because this is the way the planet operates. Your nature will support nature where you can. I have created natural habitat for monarchs and pollinators as an example. When I see them enjoy what I have done that gives me meaning. I am lucky to have so much land to work on but most can have a garden or can help with one. Everyone can pick up trash and avoid polluting. I know many of the creatures I help out are dying but those who live have a little place to visit. None of us are going to get out alive and no species will survive eventual extinction. It really doesn’t matter if you give a shit but that attitude will end in the nothingness of a void of meaning. This process we are in is the way of a planet where life has a very tenuous foothold. Our time as an individual and a species is very short yet, our prefrontal cortex has neurotic ideas of immortality. Use your PFC to embrace the meaning found in the planet and its web of life get out of blind human exceptionalism. Once you do then just live.

  12. forbin on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 6:26 am 

    hmm, ” Indigenous peoples whose ways and culture are not responsible for this tragedy”

    like the Chinese, Africans and Indians , who are quite willing to build more coal fired power stations, pollute rivers and the rest , regardless of this poor child’s view, from a very wealthy country , Greta please go and tell them but please for your own life , don’t go to Morocco .

    (sighs) there is so much more wrong with the facts of this article I wonder if the author is really delusional or just a blind zealot.


  13. Sissyfuss on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 8:23 am 

    ” You’re not going to fry.” We shall see what happens when the Arctic ice is gone and the trapped methane in the permafrost escapes.
    Old queen.

  14. Sissyfuss on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 8:39 am 

    Davy, you’ve touched upon humanitys tragic flaw. We see ourselves as Masters of the Universe when in fact we are just mammals with a larger brain that allows us to exploit and overwhelm the natural world to its total demise. The wake-up call is coming too late.

  15. Duncan Idaho on Sun, 6th Jan 2019 9:53 am 

    “Here’s how I would put it: forget Brace for Impact, it’s way too late for that. What we need to do now, collectively, is bend over, take a firm grip on our knees, and …. well, you know the rest.”

  16. makati1 on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 12:20 am 

    “…Microsoft Bill Gates, who argued that the population of our planet must be reduced to the “golden billion”, thus advocating eugenics. Gates made his remarks to the invitation-only Long Beach, California TED2010 Conference, in a speech titled, “Innovating to Zero!.” Back then he stated that he would expect vaccines to be used to reduce population growth. It’s been humorously noted that when Bill Gates speaks about vaccines, he speaks with authority….

    In particular, such countries as Mexico and the Philippines suffered a terrible fate in the mid-90s, when the US used the WHO channels to ship vaccines to these countries that were allegedly aimed at protecting local population from tetanus. However this so-called assistance led to a drastic increase in the number of registered miscarriage pregnancies….

    Yet another example of criminal meddling aimed at the reduction of the world’s population is the recent scandal in Kenya that revealed that Western doctors would sterilize millions of women across Africa under the guise of tetanus vaccination program conducted by the World Health Organization and UNICEF….

    … the Pentagon’s Infectious Diseases Service, the CIA, the so-called biolabs that American intelligence agencies would scatter all across the world, like the notorious Richard Lugar Center in Georgia, funded by the well-known Bill Gates Foundation….

    … Malathion, a nervous gas developed by the Nazis during the Second World War, would be sprayed from helicopters along the densely populated areas of Arizona and California. The official explanation is that the gas kills pests arriving from the Mediterranean. But the paradox is that gas would sprayed on residential areas instead of fields.”

    And on and on… “Recent media reports have also revealed that tobacco plantations across the United States have been artificially infected with an unknown virus that increases the risk of lip, mouth, throat and lung cancer in smokers.” Nazis Eugenics is now American Eugenics.

  17. Go Speed Racer on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 2:19 am 

    pump birth control pills, into
    the city water pipes, that go
    into muzlim & hispanic districts.

  18. Sunspot on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 8:06 am 

    Here’s the truth:

  19. Sissyfuss on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 9:10 am 

    Sunspot, we can’t handle the truth.

  20. DerHundistLos on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 9:31 am 


    The article on population you cite has no footnotes or supporting evidence, which for an article claiming birth rates in Africa have fallen “precipitously” better have excellent footnotes if anyone is expected to believe the fairy tale laid out by this author. Example: “Previously it was predicted the world population would reach 9.5 billion…..” Predicted by whom and when?

  21. DerHundistLos on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 9:32 am 


    “would reach 9.5 billion in 2018”

  22. makati1 on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 6:08 pm 

    Derhund, the refs are in the article. Did you miss them?

    “Bill Gates talks about ‘vaccines to reduce population’” (2010)

    “National Security Study Memorandum 200” (1974)

    “‘A mass sterilization exercise’: Kenyan doctors find anti-fertility agent in UN tetanus vaccine” (2014)

    “Project Coast: eugenics in apartheid South Africa” (2008)

    “So, with all those facts being known to the media for a long time, how much longer will it take for the international community to persecute the criminal activities of Western financial elites aimed at the extermination of the population of our planet?”

    Too lazy to do the research or in denial that America would consider eugenics to kill you?

  23. Sunspot on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 6:53 pm 

    Sissyfuss…yeah…kinda figured that. Ya can’t say I didn’t warn ya…

  24. DerHundistLos on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 9:27 pm 


    Where is the evidence that world population would reach 9.5 billion in 2018?

    Where is the evidence that birth rates in Africa have fallen “precipitously”?

  25. makati1 on Mon, 7th Jan 2019 9:42 pm 

    Derhund, Where is your proof that they won’t and it hasn’t? You are just being a jackass because I showed you the refs for the article and you don’t want to believe them. Denial doen’t change anything.

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