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The environmentalist movement has always been anti-human.  Recently TheBlaze posted an article about how the push for cheap, plentiful, clean energy is not what environmentalists really want because that allows humans to keep reproducing and multiplying.  Chilling and sobering thought, and it’s based in reality.

Every couple of years the Great One, Mark Levin, reminds us on his radio program about a seminal book review written by a National Park environmentalist, David Graber.  The review was for the book The End Of Nature by Bill McKibben.

In Graber’s review he plainly states that the planet would be much better off with fewer people, and that removing about a billion would be a good start.  He wrote in the L.A. Times on October 22, 1989:

I, for one, cannot wish upon either my children or the rest of Earth’s biota a tame planet, a human-managed planet, be it monstrous or–however unlikely–benign. McKibben is a biocentrist, and so am I. We are not interested in the utility of a particular species, or free-flowing river, or ecosystem, to mankind. They have intrinsic value, more value–to me–than another human body, or a billion of them.

Translation:  Any other animal besides mankind, and any other natural feature such as a tree, rock or lake, is more valuable than the lives of a billion people.  I’m not reading that in to Graber’s statement, that’s what he – and many radical environmentalists – actually thinks.

Graber then continues:

Human happiness, and certainly human fecundity, are not as important as a wild and healthy planet. I know social scientists who remind me that people are part of nature, but it isn’t true. Somewhere along the line–at about a billion years ago, maybe half that–we quit the contract and became a cancer. We have become a plague upon ourselves and upon the Earth.  It is cosmically unlikely that the developed world will choose to end its orgy of fossil-energy consumption, and the Third World its suicidal consumption of landscape. Until such time as Homo sapiens should decide to rejoin nature, some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along.

Graber, and other radical environmentalists today, are hoping for most or all of the human race to be literally destroyed from the planet.  He is waiting for, “the right virus to come along”.

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