In an era where truths are hushed under the weight of misinformation, a shocking revelation is set to unearth, promising a spine-chilling shake-up in the world order. The infamous Dennis Meadows, a key author of ‘The Limits to Growth,’ seems to be hoping for a “peaceful” genocide of a staggering 86% of the world population. This dramatic revelation calls for a deep dive into Meadows’ worldview and the Malthusian ideology that is surreptitiously sculpting the undercurrents of global politics and economy.
Dennis Meadows, an iconic name etched deep into the marble halls of the Club of Rome, stands firm in his belief of a dystopian future that would send shivers down your spine. This is the same man who authored ‘The Limits to Growth‘ and an honorary member of the World Economic Forum (WEF), an esteemed club that steers the world’s economy. Yet, his vision of the world might just be the stuff nightmares are made of.
The man’s ideology is brutally anti-human, wrapped in a veneer of peace and equality. Do not be deceived! In a 2017 video, Meadows dropped a bombshell. He envisaged a future under a “benevolent” dictatorship that would drastically slash the world’s population to a bare minimum. His exact words, to be accurate, were: “We could [ ] have eight or nine billion, probably, if we have a very strong dictatorship which is smart… and [people have] a low standard of living… But we want to have freedom and we want to have a high standard of living so we’re going to have a billion people. And we’re now at seven, so we have to get back down.”
This dangerous train of thought is not unique to Meadows alone. The 1995 Global Biodiversity Assessment, a document of great weight first presented at the United Nations climate change conference COP1, echoes a similar sentiment: “An ‘agricultural world’ in which most human beings are peasants, should be able to support 5 to 7 billion people… In contrast, a reasonable estimate for an industrialized world society at the present North American material standard of living would be one billion.”
However, the glaring reality lies in stark contrast to their bleak forecast.
According to Worldometer, our world houses over 8 billion humans, blatantly contradicting their fear-mongering predictions.
But why let facts get in the way of a juicy narrative?
This web of deceit stretches back to the shadowy figures who take pride in carrying the torch of Thomas Malthus (1766-1834). His disciples, commonly known as Malthusians, believe in a mathematical thesis that foresees a population explosion outpacing agricultural resources. Using this pretext, they’ve been pushing their agenda, which conveniently includes tools bestowed by nature for population control: war, famine, disease.
The roots of this ideology can be traced back to 1968 with the establishment of the Club of Rome. Functioning as a globalist non-governmental organization (“NGO”), the Club is notorious for convening meetings between power players from various fields.
This cabal consists of heads of state, members of royal families, business leaders, international financiers, academic scholars, laboratory scientists, and administrators of global governance institutions, such as the United Nations (“UN”), the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”), and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (“OECD”).
Their 1972 publication, The Limits to Growth, has since become the Bible of the anti-humanist movement, with its roots in Malthusian ideology. Backed by extensive citations from Malthusian-eugenicists and affiliated institutions, the book introduced the concept of anthropocentric [human caused] climate change to a mass audience.
The Club of Rome’s ideology, with its inherent anti-humanistic views, continues to influence supranational organizations even today. Take Barbara Marx Hubbard, a New Age guru who called for a quarter of the human population to be culled to usher in a New World Order. A staunch advocate of Malthusian overpopulation theories, her ideologies were inspired by The Limits to Growth.
No stone should be left unturned when it comes to exposing the hideous beliefs of Meadows and his cohorts, who relish the idea of a dictatorship orchestrating a slow and “peaceful” genocide of the world’s population.
Make no mistake, The Limits to Growth is not a piece of literature to be celebrated.
It’s a foreboding prophecy of your doom, dressed up in scholarly jargon and misleading statistics.
In an age where Artificial Intelligence threatens to mechanize truth, it’s imperative we rip the mask off these genocidal puppet masters.
Our survival and the future of human dignity depend on it.