We have enough funds to provide food, health and education as rights, according to the U. S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
We now spend trillions killing millions for munitions cartels and war-profiteers.
We can shut down our more than two dozen wars of aggression and spend trillions securing the peace, rebuilding infrastructure, and delivering health care, human rights and a healing planet. Food, freedom and health care, with affordable clothing and housing are human rights and civil rights.
Procreation is a decision made between a woman and her doctor. The government has nothing to do with it.
The Population explosion is a lie.
Humans are carbon-based beings.
And we are NOT suffering from overpopulation.
We can shut down wars of choice and reinvest those funds in infrastructure, alternative energy, education, health care, housing and peace. We have solutions.
I can ride my bicycle down to the creek and go fishing, get in my electric truck and drive across the nation, sail a ship across the ocean and fly a solar-powered plane anywhere on the planet. Investing in alternative energy, we can establish moon colonies and explore the stars.
We are young, we humans beings… and it’s too early to write us off.
Technology is not the problem. War, greed and stupidity are the problems.
We can shut down the wars and hold the cons accountable by organizing, educating and agitating. This has been working across human history.
“In fact, our rates of growth are declining. Between 1950 and 2000, the world population grew at a rate of 1.76%. Between 2000 and 2050, it is expected to grow by 0.77 percent. So yes, because 0.77 is greater than zero, it is a positive growth rate, and the world population will continue to grow.
If we wanted to squeeze close, everyone in the world could stand shoulder-to-shoulder on the island of Zanzibar.”
“There is no environmental reason for people to go hungry now or in the future. There is no need to use any more land to sustain humanity — increasing land productivity using existing technologies can boost global supplies and even leave more land for nature — a goal that is both more popular and more possible than ever.”
“The only limits to creating a planet that future generations will be proud of are our imaginations and our social systems. In moving toward a better Anthropocene, the environment will be what we make it.”
“The world population is now estimated at 7.2 billion. But with current industrial technologies, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has estimated that the more than nine billion people expected by 2050 as the population nears its peak could be supported as long as necessary investments in infrastructure and conducive trade, anti-poverty and food security policies are in place. Who knows what will be possible with the technologies of the future? The important message from these rough numbers should be clear. There really is no such thing as a human carrying capacity. We are nothing at all like bacteria in a petri dish.”