Turner Admits Goal of Global Warming Evangelists is Depopulation

In a wide-ranging hour-long interview on PBS, CNN Founder and billionaire environmental extremist Ted Turner let the cat out of the bag on the real goal of climate change extremists – depopulation.  Pro-life activists who have attended UN environment meetings where such issues were discussed have often been the subject of ridicule and derision for pointing out that the massive movement behind global warming, retooled to ‘climate change’, works hand in hand with the culture of death with the aim of depopulation.Speaking on PBS’s Charlie Rose program on Tuesday, April 1, Turner stated plainly that next to nuclear disarmament the most pressing world concern is “global climate change” – which he said is caused by too many people.  “We’re too many people. That’s why we have global warming,” explained Turner when Rose questioned his comment that we need to “stabilize the population.”

Turner, a fan of China’s one-child policy – despite the brutality of forced abortion and sterilizations which are associated with it – proposed similar limits on family size for all.  “We’ve got to stabilize population,” he told Rose.  “On a voluntary basis, everybody in the world’s got to pledge to themselves that one or two children is it.”

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12 Responses to Turner Admits Goal of Global Warming Evangelists is Depopulation

  1. Alec Roberta April 3, 2008 at 11:19 pm #

    Scientists in the U.K. have reported evidence that further refutes one theory of global climate change.

    In the heated debate over global warming, there is an opposing idea, called the cosmic ray theory, which contends that climate change is simply caused by cosmic rays coming from the sun.

  2. N.B. April 7, 2008 at 10:27 am #

    This is silly. WAKE UP PEOPLE!!! It’s true whether you like it or not. If there weren’t so many people, global warming, WHICH IS REAL, would not be such a big problem. It is irresponsible to keep having children after 2. It doesn’t matter if you can afford to provide for them or not, there are thousands of children who need parents. Adopt! I’m not saying that you shouldn’t have the right to have as many children as you want, but before you do think about the consequences and stop being so damn selfish. It is not about YOU. It is not about what YOU WANT. This is effecting the entire world. EVERYWHERE. Not just in 3rd world countries, EVERYWHERE. Get a clue. Read articles from many points of view and not just from the people who tell you what you want to hear. It doesn’t matter if you believe global warming is real or not. IT IS. It is happening. PAY ATTENTION. This world is overpopulated. I don’t know WHAT needs to happen, but SOMETHING needs to happen. I wish I had the answer, but if we all do a little, it really adds up. Don’t drive as much, stop after 2 kids or adopt, ride a bike, don’t let your kids have their own car until they move out. I can’t tell you how much time my ignorant teenage self wasted driving around with my friends b/c we had nothing better to do. We should have walked everywhere. We should have ridden our bikes and would’ve been in better shape for it….. Well I am ranting, I hope my point wasn’t lost in there. Let’s be selfish for each other and not just our selves b/c we want a world that is livable for our grandchildren.

  3. Phidippides April 9, 2008 at 7:18 pm #

    N.B., you raises points as to why the liberal argument should not be listened to. You tell people to “WAKE UP” and yet *we’re* the ones who question the popular eco-opinion of the moment, not you. We’re the ones who dare to ask “how do you know?” and “how can you be so sure about causation?” and even “what is the motivation behind the environmental movement?” Just because you claim something to be true does not make it so.

    You also tell people how to live their lives – is this not moralizing by imposing *your* values upon the rest of the world? Who are you to say how many children people have? Who are you to say the world is “overpopulated”, or even to define what “overpopulation” means?

  4. Steffen April 14, 2008 at 2:11 am #

    Hey Phidippides, refute this statement:

    You do not need to have twelve children.

  5. Dan McGrath April 14, 2008 at 9:29 am #

    I will refute that myself. If a family has the means to support that many children, and desires them, for whatever their personal reasons, who are you to tell them they can’t? This isn’t China, after all. I don’t know anyone with 12 children, but I do know a family with 10, and those kids are all well loved and cared for. Would you like to tell the mother that she never should have had some of her kids? That some of her precious children never should have been born? I can imagine what her reaction might be.

  6. SW April 14, 2008 at 1:27 pm #

    This is pure facist, progressive commentary. Telling someone they can’t have more that 1 or 2 children is strictly serving another agenda=One of superiority, which, only government knows what is good for you, that is it and government should dictate all of ones life. If one wants a good book to read, read a book called Liberal Facism” and you will know what facist thinking is. When one says the population is growing , one has to look at all the reasons why . Granted, freedom also comes with responsibilities. If you cannot afford and want all responsibility of having a bunch of kids then don’t have them, but there comes the freedom of choice to do so.

  7. Al Sal April 14, 2008 at 3:25 pm #

    These Global Warming geniuses use scare tactics to win followers. It’s almost like the Jim Jones cool aid. They are very selective in the information they provide, making sure to ignore any facts that don’t support their theory. Scientists tell us that more greenhouse gasses are produced by one single volcano than produced by all the automobiles produced in the USA since 1910.

    I never trust anything provided by politicians… They have a vested interest in getting re-elected regardless if they trample the truth. Our government is so inefficient and incompetant, I don’t trust anything they say.

    I do trust scientific studies that are not funded by large oil companies or utility companies. When you read some of those studies, you get a totally different picture. Studies that have looked at the last 2,000 years versus the last 100 years typically conclude that there is no evidence that humans have any ability to effect global warming or global cooling.

  8. MelMel April 20, 2008 at 10:50 am #

    How about the countless couples that decide to not have children. Do they not help to balance out the couples that decide to have 2+ children? The US and other develped countries are actually in a negative-growth trend now. It is the undeveloped and developing countires that are contributing to population growth. How do you suppose we are to control their reproductive choices?
    As for global warming—I cannot say that I believe in the scare-hype that is thrown in our faces on a daily basis (and frankly I am a little sick of all the “green” products being constantly promoted). To me this seems like a passing trend until the next over-hyped crisis . But I think we could all afford to be a little less wasteful in our energy consumption. How hard is it to turn off lights and TV’s when you leave the room?

  9. Willy T April 21, 2008 at 9:27 am #

    Al Gore already spilled the beans on this theory a while ago, saying that people who have more than the 1.5 kid (avg) are ignorant and under-educated. My wife and I have four children. Holy crap!!! Four children!!! You should see all of the greenhouse emissions coming out of our home and yard. We have caused major climate change in the southeast metro area.
    My wife has a BA degree and I am close to finishing my Masters program. Why have we wasted so much on our educations since we are considered ignorant for having children?

  10. Gary Farmer May 25, 2016 at 4:51 am #

    you are the negative, therefore you must fear the positive in a like way

  11. Gary Farmer May 25, 2016 at 5:01 am #

    i want to make you do the same as an example of it’s righteousness.

  12. Gary Farmer May 25, 2016 at 5:02 am #

    I know that dexter wasn’t real but if he was I would send him your address

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