The intentional population collapse theory posits that certain populations are being targeted for depopulation.
The motivations for depopulation can be political, economic, or environmental. Political depopulation can occur when a government wants to destabilize or weaken an enemy population (or its own). Economic depopulation can happen when a government and/or corporation (public/private partnership) wants to reduce competition for resources. Environmental depopulation might happen when a population is seen as a threat to the environment.
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Make no mistake, depopulation is a real and present danger. In some cases, it is because they are seen as a threat to those in power. In other cases, it is because they are considered to be a drain on resources. Additionally, depopulation is being used as a tool of social engineering to create a more controllable population. The exact timing of the collapse is impossible to predict, but certain signs indicate that it is fast approaching.
One scenario put forward by those promoting depopulation is, in the event of a global disaster that wipes out most of the human population, those who survive will find themselves in a world with far fewer people. While this may seem like a daunting prospect at first, according to those orchestrating the population control policies, there are several advantages to living in a depopulated world. With fewer people, there would be less demand for resources, which would help to preserve the environment. A smaller population would also mean less strain on infrastructure, making it easier to maintain roads, bridges, and water systems. In addition, depopulation would lead to a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions, helping to slow down climate change. Finally, with fewer people, controlling the population will be easier.
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Of course, there are also negatives associated with depopulation. A smaller population would lead to a decline in technological advancement and an overall weakening of society. Additionally, social cohesion could suffer as people become increasingly isolated from one another. And finally, depopulation would create a power vacuum that could be exploited by those seeking to control the remaining population.
In 2009, the United Nations Population Fund released a report predicting that the world’s population would peak at 9.1 billion by 2040 before beginning a gradual decline (the UN has amended these numbers to reflect an 11 billion peak by 2100).
It is important to note that the UN has been sounding the alarm about the global population growth and their efforts to mitigate it for some time. In 1992, the UN’s Agenda 21, discuss’ population controls, specifically mentioning the impact on the environment and infrastructure. The 2013 World Population Prospects report, published by the UN predicts the world’s global trends in population ageing and population growth. In 2015, all member states adopted the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which builds on the Millennium Development Goals and complete what they didn’t achieve.
How are population control/depopulation methods being implemented and what are the dangers?
Population controls are being implemented in several ways, both overt and covert (through natural disasters, diseases, wars, and famines). Other seemingly innocuous methods include:
- Coercive policies such as China’s one-child policy
- The use of contraceptives and family planning services
- Abortion (Voluntary and Forced)
- The intentional breaking down of the family
- Eugenics programs
- Depopulation through pandemics and bioweapons
- Geoengineering and climate change
- Free trade agreements and economic policies
There are a number of dangers associated with depopulation. These include:
- A decline in technological advancement
- A weakening of society
- Social cohesion could suffer
- A power vacuum could be created
- The risk of extinction
There are several steps you can take to prepare for the potential consequences of depopulation. These include:
- Fighting against policies that utilize eugenics or population control
- Fighting to ensure forced contraception and forced abortion policies are ended
- Supporting pro-life initiatives
- Promoting traditional marriage and family values
- Supporting population growth through legal immigration reform
As the world’s population continues to grow, many are beginning to worry about the negative effects of intentional depopulation. Whether it is caused by a pandemic, climate change, or intentional population control policies, the exact timing of the population collapse is impossible to predict and despite our best efforts, it may be inevitable.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the Intentional Population Collapse Theory?
The intentional population collapse theory is based on the belief that population control is being implemented by those in power to reduce the strain on resources. While the negative effects of population decline are well-documented, some believe that the benefits outweigh the costs. In particular, proponents of this theory believe that a smaller population will be easier to control and will require fewer resources. Whether or not you believe in the intentional population collapse theory, there is no denying that depopulation will have a profound impact on the world as we know it.
What is depopulation?
Depopulation is the reduction of a human population. In the most extreme cases, depopulation can refer to the total extinction of a species. In current discussions, depopulation often refers to a decline in the global population. This decline can be caused by a variety of factors such as disease, natural disasters, and policies that encourage or coerce individuals to limit their reproduction.
What is the United Nations?
The United Nations is an international organization that was founded in 1945 with the goal of promoting world peace and security. The UN has 193 member states and a range of programs and agencies that focus on issues such as economic development, population control, humanitarian aid, and environmental protection.
What is the connection between the United Nations and depopulation?
Some conspiracy theorists believe that the United Nations is working to deliberately reduce the world’s population through various means, such as promoting abortion and contraception, as well as through initiatives such as Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030.
What is Agenda 21?
Agenda 21 is a non-binding action plan created by the United Nations that claims to promote sustainable development worldwide. While some believe it is a necessary step towards protecting the environment, others have raised concerns about its potential for promoting population control and centralization of power.
What is Agenda 2030?
Agenda 2030 is the successor to Agenda 21, and it includes 17 sustainable development goals that claim to be aimed at improving global issues such as poverty, education, and climate change. Some have raised concerns about the potential for depopulation policies to be included under the guise of sustainable development. It is important to stay informed and advocate for policies that prioritize the protection and well-being of all people.
How much influence does the United Nations have over the United States?
The United States is a member of the United Nations, and as such, the UN does have some influence over US policies. However, the United States maintains autonomy and ultimately has the ability to reject any policies that do not align with its values or national interests. It is important for individuals to stay informed and actively participate in shaping government policies, including those related to depopulation.
Are depopulation policies being implemented in all countries?
Depopulation policies are not being implemented in the same ways or to the same degree in all countries. In some cases, such as China’s one-child policy, population control is overt and enforced through coercive means. In other countries, the effects may be more subtle, such as through contraception and abortion access. However, it is important to recognize that depopulation policies can have global consequences, regardless of where they are being implemented. It is crucial to stay informed and advocate for the protection of all people, no matter their country or circumstance.
What can be done to prevent or reverse depopulation?
There is no one-size-fits-all solution to depopulation, as the cause(s) of any given population decline will need to be addressed on a case-by-case basis. However, some possible measures that could be taken to prevent or reverse depopulation include increasing birth rates, encouraging immigration, and improving living conditions in areas with declining populations.
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