Imagine the Overpopulation Argument is real
So for the sake of argument, let’s assume that we are indeed at a critical point. Imagine we have already overstressed our biosphere with soil degradation, over-fishing, pollution of the oceans, and the depletion of natural resources like clean drinking water. Even implementing advanced technologies like zero-point energy would only mitigate or delay the inevitable scenario of a world that spins out of control—people fighting for the last resources in a Mad Max kind of reality.
Let’s assume that the best and brightest minds and super-computers you paid for would have convinced you of that. How would you deal with it? Would you tell the people, would you ignore it, or would you develop a solution even if it requires deceit and pretense to implement it?
Let’s stick with this hypothetical scenario. Let’s assume that doing nothing will lead to a brutal, uncontrolled die-off coordinated by the most cynical and sociopathic mass murder history ever knew, called “mother nature.” From this perspective, assuming this is reality, a vaccination-based mandatory birth control “pill” is like a kind blessing if it prevents that the majority of next-generation would starve to death.
The worst scenario for CTs would be that there is indeed a plan to reduce the population radically, but the System created a secret plot on how to sort out the ones that are too recalcitrant—too hard to control. In this case, the System needs to release a 2nd pathogen that only attacks those without vaccination. So even if the population reduction agenda is real, as many CTs believe, their vaccine hesitancy won’t necessarily save them. So, in the end, everyone needs to discern for themselves what the most probable reality is and what their best course of action could be.
Even from the perspective of the population reduction hypothesis, the vaccine could be good or bad, and what might be bad for one individual might be good for the collective. So, let’s stop arguing. It makes no sense other than separation and hostility. Free will for all! Let everybody make their own decision without argumentation, shaming, and compulsion.