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UN's `Cut the World Population' Report
Based on Prince Philip's Nazi IPCC

Nov. 23, 2009 (LPAC)—The 2009 UN Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) report—brought out just before so-called Copenhagen summit Dec. 7, to push for injecting global population reduction into the "global warming/carbon emissions" fraud—is self-described by its authors as based on the 2007 Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). That Assessment claimed that

GDP/capita and population growth were the main drivers of the increase in global emissions during the last three decades of the 20th Century.

This UN push for getting rid of a billion or so people, comes from the same British imperial base of pro-genocidal operations, controlled by Prince Philip and Prince Charles, which has been hit by the "East Anglia emails" scandal. Now that it has been demonstrated that there is no global warming—only massive statistical fakery to try to prove the fraud—their argument for emissions reduction has been exposed as fraudulent.

The UNFPA report claims there is only one sure way to cut world carbon emissions by 2 billion tons/year by 2050, and that is to reduce the year-2050 population of the human race to 8 billion people. This is the smallest population reduction that the UN dares to mention now, but would legitimize the concept. They specifically reject increasing energy-intensity of technologies—i.e., nuclear fission and fusion development—as the means to reduce carbon emissions, if that were desirable. It must be by reducing by more than a billion people, from what UNFPA says would otherwise be a population of 9.1 billion in 2050.

In fact, no such growth will occur under present world policies. Rather measures aimed at freezing population growth— including unavailability of food and water supplies, withholding medical care, penalizing family size through lack of employment and shelter—will actually make population fall to much lower levels, as Lyndon LaRouche has repeatedly explained with his Triple Curve analysis of the economic collapse.