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Old 12-09-2007, 02:07 PM   #21
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Your not going to go on a killing spree are you... Then the news breaks and they start saying how we should have known , the signs were there, ect ect ect... lol
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Chris... ??? do you need to talk to someone buddy??? lol its a joke...I hope lol
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Chris... ??? do you need to talk to someone buddy??? lol its a joke...I hope lol
Whoa, a cop who doesn't have some kind of scathing opinion about population control?
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Chris... ??? do you need to talk to someone buddy??? lol its a joke...I hope lol

I'm sure he's serious about population control, but the killing spree wasn't his idea at all... And I'm also sure that part was a joke - even if we've all thought about it at one time.
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whats your views on it? Is it needed? your ideas on how to control?
of course, that will be the future for humanity, ppl just have kids for the of it and for being irresponsible ( not all of course)

but our resources are diminishing everyday, we will have to, we are going to be too many
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of course, that will be the future for humanity, ppl just have kids for the of it and for being irresponsible ( not all of course)

but our resources are diminishing everyday, we will have to, we are going to be too many
Our resources for the current mode of living are dwindling but not resources for basic life.
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i agree that population control is needed...how is the big question. I just read an article on chinas youth as this is the first generation of the 1 child per family and it said that the young adults have no sense of family or loyalty in relationships. They basically got spoiled rotten by the family growing up because they were the only ones and now they can't even hold jobs. I think the planet does a reasonable job at shaking us off like fleas on a dog when it needs to,lol.
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Our resources for the current mode of living are dwindling but not resources for basic life.
problem is, we live in a uneducated society, full of greed and all, resources will never be enough, i dont take the "EDUCATE SOCIETY"

that will never work, and solracer is correct, if one cant afford to have family, dont procreate, period
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Old 12-09-2007, 02:27 PM   #31
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problem is, we live in a uneducated society, full of greed and all, resources will never be enough, i dont take the "EDUCATE SOCIETY"

that will never work, and solracer is correct, if one cant afford to have family, dont procreate, period
1. Greed is not limited to those who are uneducated.
2. The resources are enough. Matter doesn't just go poof and disappear. It's still here in the cycle.
3. Afford meaning what? A parent must use Pampers brand diapers not cloth nappies? If one can't afford Flintstone vitamins and a new game station every year, kiss it off? If the kid's shoes have to get a bit ragged before the parent can afford new ones, then he or she should have never been born? This isn't the problem. There are folks rolling in dough out there, having kids and messing them up way more than a poor family. The problem isn't so simple as to say poor folks shouldn't have kids.
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1. Greed is not limited to those who are uneducated.
2. The resources are enough. Matter doesn't just go poof and disappear. It's still here in the cycle.
3. Afford meaning what? A parent must use Pampers brand diapers not cloth nappies? If one can't affored Flintstone vitamins and a new game station every year, kiss it off? If the kid's shoes have to get a bit ragged before the parent can afford new ones, then he or she should have never been born? This isn't the problem. There are folks rolling in dough out there, having kids and messing them up way more than a poor family. The problem isn't so simple as to say poor folks shouldn't have kids.

poor parents ussually make poor kids, not all but a big number of them

and remember solracer didnt specify onlt in the US

want a better example that will exclude your pampers argument?

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The point I'm trying to make is that whatever place and time we're in, someone has to make a call about the value or meaning of "poor." I'm using US standards because that's what we're most familiar with. Population control isn't such an issue in "poorer" places because the death rate tends to be higher (lack of clean water, adequate medicine, etc.). The argument for population control is one most relevant to industrialized and "progressive" nations. Places that are plagued with excess. :/:
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kill the crippled , retarded and diseased people. nuke the 3rd world countries, huddle the homeless in ovens and kill them. if you been convicted of murder,rape or child abuse you will be killed. if you been on welfare for longer than 12 months and still cannot support yourself you will be killed. dispense lethal crack,herion and meth and thin out the dopefiends. i think this will be a good start .
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population control has been on my mind for a while also. i think we will definitely have to do something drastic to control the population in the future, but maybe we should just start off with something more subtle like some kind of incentives for NOT having kids. i guess sterilization would be the only real method of enforcing pop. control, since i doubt we would want to be aborting fetuses and killing babies by the 1000s daily.
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whats your views on it? Is it needed? your ideas on how to control?
i firmly believe it is needed. im all for some kind of chemical sterylization at birth, then when they become of age, certain criteria should be met before being allowed to breed. give it a couple of generations, and watch the number of ghettos, trailer parks, etc decrease, as well as crime. JMO.
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i dont know if the U.S needs it yet, but some parts of the world need it like crazy.

The world is definatly over-populating, really really fast.

Some of these three-world countries just baffle me, families that cant feed themselves , or one child, still get pregnant and have another.







It's kind of hard, but may be necessary some day. We are a free country, and everyone knows I'm against the government telling us what to do, but this effects everyone, just not ourself.
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i agree that population control is needed...how is the big question. I just read an article on chinas youth as this is the first generation of the 1 child per family and it said that the young adults have no sense of family or loyalty in relationships. They basically got spoiled rotten by the family growing up because they were the only ones and now they can't even hold jobs. I think the planet does a reasonable job at shaking us off like fleas on a dog when it needs to,lol.

i think that was Time magazine on China's 'Me' Generation or something. i looked over it- pretty interesting.
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The point I'm trying to make is that whatever place and time we're in, someone has to make a call about the value or meaning of "poor." I'm using US standards because that's what we're most familiar with. Population control isn't such an issue in "poorer" places because the death rate tends to be higher (lack of clean water, adequate medicine, etc.). The argument for population control is one most relevant to industrialized and "progressive" nations. Places that are plagued with excess. :/:


you just said it, we are a very good example, yes there are ppl in this country that has no jobs or anything and they are starving and still wanna have kids,

control will soon need to be done, not even this goverment can provide for everyone

a silly example, gasoline, need more?
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this problem began when society collectively made a choice to go against the simple rule of how species grow/evolve. nature culls the weak. it's simple social darwinism. when we allowed the worst of the gene pool to procrete/flourish because we felt sorry for them, the problem was off and running. it soon became too late to do anything about it. a government that gives handouts to the unemployable/stupid/lazy has promoted a horrible gene pool with a downward spiral we must support. religeon, and I'm picking on catholics, was created to promote a growing society with normal rules that most people can live by. but they made rules when we needed more people, not smarter people. so now we have an assload of people from poor gene pools who take a religion too seriously to see it's faults. people no longer think about their role in making society better, but how they can get what they want and get away with everything they can. an increasingly selfish society who constantly waste time feeling sorry for the weak/stupid. we are growing worse every day, it will not get any better. if the average iq is 100, and below average people breed more out of selfishness and ignorance, what can we expect?
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