one swallows environmentalism, one inescapably swallows poison.
Dr. George Reisman
want you dead; and the sooner the better. Did that get your
attention? I certainly hope so. For it is the environmental
movementís objective to radically reduce the human population.
As mankind seeks to extend the division of labor, to further
explore for and utilize natural resources, to develop new
life-improving technologies, and to enhance our quality of
life, environmentalists view humanity as nothing more than
a voracious parasite raping, pillaging, and sucking the life
out of Mother Earth. It is within this context i.e.
rescuing Mother Earth from the human parasite, via massive
population reduction that one comes to understand the
environmental movementís nihilistic push to permanently ban
the use of DDT always and everywhere. Ultimately, banning
DDT (a safe and cost-effective insecticide) is tantamount
to cheering on the mosquitoes to kill as many people as possible
with such diseases as malaria, yellow fever, dengue fever,
and West Nile virus.
the aforementioned diseases, malaria causes the most deaths
and illnesses worldwide. According to Malaria Foundation International
is responsible for about 500 million clinical cases of disease
and about 2.7 million deaths a year, mostly those of children
under five and pregnant women. In Sub-Saharan Africa alone,
malaria destroys 70% more years of life than do all
cancers in all developed countries combined. It therefore
follows that even a tiny loss in the efficiency of a
national malaria control program, occasioned by the loss
of DDT or otherwise, would result in a tremendous number
of additional deaths from the disease. (emphasis in
you read that correctly. That is 500 million acute illnesses
per year resulting in as many as 2.7 million preventable
deaths every year. More about these preventable deaths
later (hint: the United Statesí outright ban of DDT, in 1972,
has had a hand in this large-scale death and misery).
of bans, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) is
pushing for a worldwide treaty aimed at permanently abolishing
persistent organic pollutants (POPs) of course greenies
are fully backing this treaty. DDT, which is still manufactured
and utilized in some parts of the globe, is on UNEPís list
of POPs. Organizations such as MFI, Africa Fighting Malaria
(AFM), and the American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)
are concerned about this ban as no safe and cost-effective
replacement has been found for DDT. These groups argue that
millions more will die needlessly if the POPs treaty is ratified
of the above-mentioned pro-DDT groups understand that environmentalists
hold the moral high-ground on the emotional issue of DDT.
Due to a massive disinformation effort, on the part of environmentalists
(and parroted by the U.N.), most people mistakenly believe
DDT is a highly carcinogenic/cancer-causing compound which
is also devastating to wildlife. What members of MFI, AFM,
ACSH and others have yet to come to grips with is that environmentalismís
most fundamental goal is to drastically reduce the human population.
In other words, environmentalists want to permanently abolish
DDT in order to bring about the deaths of as many people as
possible. Hence, the pro-DDT groupsí pleas to save lives are
falling upon deaf ears.
remove any doubt that greenies want you dead, let these environmentalists/monsters
speak for themselves:
Cousteau, environmentalist and documentary maker:
"Itís terrible to have to say this. World population
must be stabilized, and to do that we must eliminate 350,000
people per day. This is so horrible to contemplate that
we shouldnít even say it. But the general situation in
which we are involved is lamentable."
Davis, editor of Earth First! Journal: "I
suspect that eradicating smallpox was wrong. It played
an important part in balancing ecosystems."
Ehrlich, Stanford University population biologist:
"Weíre at 6 billion people on the Earth, and thatís
roughly three times what the planet should have. About
2 billion is optimal."
Foreman, founder of Earth First!: "Phasing out
the human race will solve every problem on earth, social
M. Graber, research biologist for the National Park
Service: "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
King, founder of the Malthusian Club of Rome: "My
own doubts came when DDT was introduced. In Guyana, within
two years, it had almost eliminated malaria. So my chief
quarrel with DDT, in hindsight, is that it has greatly
added to the population problem."
Lambert, former spokesman for the Rockefeller Foundation:
"The world has a cancer, and that cancer is man."
Muir, founder of the Sierra Club: "Honorable
representatives of the great saurians of older creation,
may you long enjoy your lilies and rushes, and be blessed
now and then with a mouthful of terror-stricken man by
way of a dainty!"
Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife
Fund: "If I were reincarnated I would wish to be
returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population
Strong, U.N. environmental leader: "Isn't the
only hope for the planet that the industrialized civilizations
collapse? Isn't it our responsibility to bring that about?"
Turner, CNN founder, UN supporter, and environmentalist:
"A total population of 250300 million people,
a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal."
Watson, a founder of Greenpeace: "I got the impression
that instead of going out to shoot birds, I should go
out and shoot the kids who shoot birds."
pleading with environmentalists to save lives (by not banning
DDT) would be no different than imploring Hitler to save Jews.
How can anyone rationally negotiate with members of a movement
bent on eradicating human beings? Part of the answer is for
DDT supporters to go on the offensive and expose the green
nihilists for what they are anti-human cowards advocating
the deaths of billions. Only through exposing such evil intentions
can the humane pro-DDT organizations reclaim the moral high-ground
and work toward saving millions of innocents.
be sure, it will take some work to re-educate people about
the safety and efficacy of DDT. So here is a brief history.
1935, while working at J.R. Geigy A.G., Paul Hermann Muller
undertook his research in the specialized field of synthetic
contact insecticides. Dr. Mullerís objective was to synthesize
an insecticide with the following seven characteristics:
onset of toxic action.
or no mammalian or plant toxicity.
irritant effect and no or only a faint odor (in any case
not an unpleasant one).
range of action should be as wide as possible, and cover
as many arthropoda as possible.
persistent action, i.e. good chemical stability.
price (= economic application).
four years of creative and intensive work, Dr. Muller synthesized
DDT (this compound was originally made in 1873, but never
received any particular attention). In his research, Paul
Muller found that DDT met all of the above-listed criteria
except for "rapid onset of toxic action." Field
trials demonstrated that DDT was effective against a wide
variety of pests including the Colorado beetle, common housefly,
louse, and mosquito. In 1940, a Swiss patent was granted for
the short time DDT had seen commercial use, the safety and
efficacy of this insecticide had become apparent on an international
scale. In 1948, Dr. Muller was awarded the Nobel Prize in
Physiology or Medicine. Professor G. Fischer, of the Royal
Caroline Institute, stated the following in his Nobel presentation
Paul Muller, I have tried to give a brief survey of the
historical development of DDT. Your discovery of the strong
contact insecticidal action of dichloro-diphenyl-trichloromethylmethane
is of the greatest importance in the field of medicine.
Thanks to you, preventive medicine is now able to fight
many diseases carried by insects on a way totally different
from that employed heretofore. Your discovery furthermore
has, throughout the world, stimulated successful research
into newer insecticides.
pertaining to how many lives DDT has saved, range up to 500,000,000
truly, one of the most important compounds ever synthesized
how did, in 1972, such a life-saving insecticide become banned
in the United States; thus, severely impacting malaria
eradication on a global scale? In 1962, Rachel Carson
published her book Silent Spring. Much the way environmentalists
are currently using psychological terror tactics to frighten
people into believing in global warming, Rachel Carsonís book
smeared DDT by outright lying and putting forth wild hypotheses
of doom and gloom. Renowned entomologist, Dr. J. Gordon Edwards,
painstakingly dismantled Rachel Carsonís reckless book in
his article The
Lies of Rachel Carson. Nonetheless, media-generated
hysteria fueled by junk science and Rachel Carsonís lies,
provided the political cover needed for EPA administrator
William Ruckelshaus to ban DDT in the United States. Mr. Ruckelshaus,
not surprisingly, had close ties to the Environmental Defense
Ruckelshaus and Rachel Carson, unequivocally, are responsible
for tens of millions of deaths. For, once again, they created
an international backlash against DDT making it difficult
for third-world countries to eradicate malaria-carrying mosquitoes
as many third-world leaders caved into the political
pressures emanating from the U.S., Europe, and the United
Nations. To death-mongering environmentalists, Ruckelshaus
and Carson are heroes. To decent caring people, these two
vile characters bring to mind such evil fiends as Mao, Lenin,
Stalin, and Hitler (keep in mind that Nazism was a green movement
are countries, thankfully, which have refused to cave in to
the anti-DDT dictates of the United Nations, environmental
groups, and politically-correct governments. Countries such
as Ecuador, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Thailand,
and Uganda continue to successfully battle malaria through
the use of DDT. In fact, the inside of a house can be safely
sprayed with DDT at an annual cost of about $1.44. The occupants
experience no ill health effects while mosquitoes either avoid
the house or die after coming in contact with a treated surface.
Conversely, just look at the deadly results of those countries
that no longer allow the use of DDT.
this point, let there be no question that environmentalists
are your enemy. Much the way Bolsheviks labeled kulaks as
vermin, lice, and parasites, John Davis the aforementioned
editor of Earth First! Journal has stated the
following: "Human beings, as a species, have no more
value than slugs." This is biocentrism and is a fundamental
underpinning of environmentalism i.e. a man, is a dog,
is a rat, is a mosquito, is a slug. Hence, using biocentric
"logic," mosquitoes are soldiers in the environmental
movementís army air corps. The mission, for these mosquitoes,
is to collectively become a weapon of mass destruction and
kill as many humans as possible. Make no mistake, environmentalists
are fighting to permanently ban DDT so that their mosquito-soldiers
arenít prevented from spreading crippling and deadly diseases
in order to reduce the human population. There is no other
explanation as to why such a lifesaving, and safe, insecticide
remains in the crosshairs of the greenies. We need to save
DDT and, in turn, eradicate the green army air corps.