Posted by: colegrove | Wednesday 9 December 2009

Never Give Up

Iranian Child

Iranian Child

Hope is vital to life.  A patient suffering must have hope to live fully and achieve health.  A person watching a loved one must have hope to live fully.  In truth there always is hope, even if it does not seem rational to believe in hope.  Today there are those who don’t seem to value human life in all its forms.

Newborn Child

Newborn Child

We have Christmas Carols singing of “peace” and then those same singers the next day arguing for unjustified wars overseas.  We have elitists promoting covert ways of reducing the world’s population.  Human life in all its forms must be held as a sacred, a gift of God.  Those who are different than us; those who disagree with us; unborn children; the elderly; those of different religions – they may be wrong, but we must always keep in mind that they too were all created by God.  Those who are sick or have disabilities should not be taken for granted – their lives have meaning too.

NEVER GIVE UP:  Consider this inspiring story:

A Ray of Hope

Always look for a ray of hope

“[An] amazing case involving the recovery of one who was “brain dead” happened in December 1988. Barbara Blodgett, a 24-year-old Washington state woman who had been in a deep coma for more than five months, gave birth to a healthy baby boy and then came out of the coma and began making gradual progress toward recovery. When thirteen-weeks pregnant on June 30, 1988, Barbara was severely injured when the car she was riding in was struck by a drunk driver. Her cousin was killed in the crash and she suffered head injuries so severe that doctors proclaimed she was in a state of “cerebral death.” Yet by January 1989 she was asking questions, forming words, recognizing her family and friends, and helping in small ways to care for her newborn baby. Barbara spelled out the following message by pointing to letters on a piece of paper: “Never give up” (USA Today, Feb. 14, 1989).”

Another inspiring example is this story:

Take that example and look at what prominent people in the world today say:

Eugenicists for Population Control

Eugenicists for Population Control - Loss of Life and Freedom

A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”
– Ted Turner – CNN founder and UN supporter – quoted in the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, June ’96

In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.” – Jacques Cousteau

The world has a cancer, and that cancer is man.”     – Merton Lambert, former spokesman for the Rockefeller foundation

“...The first task is population control at home. How do we go about it? Many of my colleagues feel that some sort of compulsory birth regulation would be necessary to achieve such control. One plan often mentioned involves the addition of temporary sterilants to water supplies or staple food. Doses of the antidote would be carefully rationed by the government to produce the desired population size.” – Paul Ehrlich, The Population Bomb, p.130-131

If I were reincarnated I would wish to be returned to earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.” – Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, leader of the World Wildlife Fund – quoted in “Are You Ready For Our New Age Future?,” Insiders Report, American Policy Center, December ’95/’96

Childbearing [should be] a punishable crime against society, unless the parents hold a government license … All potential parents [should be] required to use contraceptive chemicals, the government issuing antidotes to citizens chosen for childbearing.”
– David Brower, first Executive Director of the Sierra Club; founder of Friends of the Earth; and founder of the Earth Island Institute – quoted by Dixie Lee Ray, Trashing the Planet, (p.166)

One-fourth of humanity must be eliminated from the social body. We are in charge of God’s selection process for planet Earth. He selects, we destroy. We are the riders of the pale horse, Death.
– Psychologist Barbara Marx Hubbard – member and futurist/strategist of Task Force Delta; a United States Army think tank

NOTE: The world is NOT overpopulated.  The entire population of the world could live in Texas with more than an acre each.  Do the math.

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Responses

  1. ”NOTE: The world is NOT overpopulated. The entire population of the world could live in Texas with more than an acre each. Do the math”

    Interesting post, but if you are going to tell people to do the math, make sure you’ve done it yourself first
    Total area of Texas in Acres – 172,044,800
    Estimated global population – 6,811,200,000

    Do the math

    • EXAMPLE FROM: http://hunterkirk.livejournal.com/326561.html

      Is the World Over Populated? Lets do the math… The World Can Fit In Texas

      http://hunterkirk.livejournal.com/326561.html

      The world has a surface area of 510.072 million sq km. Well clearly we can not live any where on the surface of the world as the majority of it is water 361.132 million sq km. The remainer is the land mass 148.94 million sq km. So what is the population of the human race? Estimate is currently at 6,525,170,264 (July 2006 est.).

      Now let us do some translations. For every 148 sq km you get 37,000 acres of land.

      37,000 acre = 148 sq Km meaning that the world has about 3.68*10 to the 10th Acres of land. I will be using 37,000,000,000 acres for the math below. Now if you were to split that land up between all the people of the earth and gave each one a share each would get 5.67 acres of land.

      37,000,000,000/ 6,525,170,286 = 5.67 acres per person

      That does not sound like a lot does it? Some may say “Much of the land is unliveable” and they are right so let look at a area where we could make it nearly totally liveable. The Great State of Texas. Texas has a surface area of 261,797 square miles.

      1 square mile = 3,097,600 square yards = 640 acres
      640 * 261,797 = 167,550,080 acres in Texas

      Now lets say we move all the people of the world to the state of Texas. They would each get only .02568 acres of land.

      167,550,080 / 6,525,170,286 = .02568 acres per person

      That does not sound like alot. But wait how much is .02568 acres?

      1 acre = 4,840 square yards
      4,840 * .02568 = 124.29 square yards
      1 square foot = 1/9 square yard
      124.29 * 9 = 1,118.61 square feet

      Thusly if we moved every living human to Texas and the split the land amoung them they would each get 1,118.61 square feet. Now you may say that still does not sound like alot. But consider the average square footage of a house.

      http://www.census.gov/const/C25Ann/sftotalmedavgsqft.pdf
      http://www.pcdf.org/Meadows/squarefootage.htm

      “The average American house in the 1940s had an area of 1200 square feet”. Well that means individually each person could have almost a house worth of space to live in. But there is more as we know most people don’t live alone.

      http://www.census.gov/population/socdemo/hh-fam/hh6.pdf

      The average population of a household in the USA is 2.5. Ok then combined the average household in this World Population Texas would have a living space of about 2,796.5 square feet. Easily a nice sized living space. But the “Over populated world crowd” may say “You need roads, schools and other things then just living space”, and they would be right. Let us consider New York City.

      http://www.citypopulation.de/USA-NewYork.html
      http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/html/landusefacts/landusefactshome.shtml
      8,143,197 People live in the area of New York City. New York City’s land area covers 321 square miles (almost 206,000 acres or nine billion square feet). So how much land are does the average New York Citizen use? 206,000 Acres / 8,143,197 People = .02529 acres .02529 acres per person in a working, functional, and “Safe” city. How much land would the people get in our Total World Population in Texas? .02568 acres per person. Wow nearly exactly the same amount, and in fact it would be a little more spaceous then New York City is.

      CONCLUSION: The total world population could move to Texas and make Texas in to a functional MEGA city that acre by acre would look much like New York City does today. Leaving the Rest of the world with out a single person on it. Image Russia and China devoid of people. The only humans you could find would live in Texas. And that city would be as safe as New York City is today, Skyscrapers and parks included.

      Summery: The world ISN’T over populated and has a long way to go before getting any where near it. The truth is that man kind is spread around and yet even with the spread we seem to perfer to live in cities. So we group up and naturalist get upset at seeing these groups and think that is a sign of over population. It is all a game on their part and don’t buy in to it.

      AS FOR CROPS – THAT’S WHAT THE REST OF THE WORLD IS FOR!


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