New York Times Says Overpopulation a Myth

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New York Times Says Overpopulation a Myth

Bradley Mattes   |   July 24, 2015

During the sixties, population fanatics claimed hundreds of millions would starve to death in the seventies—sixty-five million would be Americans. It was used to push abortion and there was widespread coerced and forced sterilizations. One said England wouldn’t exist in the year two-thousand. I’ve been there twice since and can testify he was wrong. It’s comical to watch clips of major media figures confidently repeating these deceptions. Now, even The New York Times is calling it all bunk. They’ve produced a video showing this and more. The video reaffirms most countries’ populations are imploding and even where populations are the highest, it’s nowhere close to desperate. Sadly, humanity paid a heavy price for this fabrication, and history’s repeating with global warming.

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