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Climate change – and depopulation



“To say the quiet part out loud” is to admit, inadvertently, the real reason or purpose for action or plan. Every now and again, someone will “say the quiet part out loud – because they don’t know when to shut up! (And sometimes they can’t shut up – like Balaam, who couldn’t speak a prophecy against the Israelites even when an enemy king paid him to say it! See Numbers chh. 22-24.) At least one modern-day Balaam opened his mouth on X over the weekend. He was a climate change alarmist who frankly admitted (avowed?) that the only way to fix the “problem” he and others are in such a panic about, is to reduce the human population with a pandemic agent with a high case-fatality rate. And his alarmist statement provided an occasion to recall other, similarly chilling statements – and a recently destroyed project.

Fighting climate change through depopulation

Meet Bill McGuire, Professor of Geophysical & Climate Hazards at University College London (UCL). Two days ago he posted to X a shockingly brazen – or perhaps careless – statement:

If I am brutally honest, the only realistic way I see emissions falling as fast as they need to, to avoid catastrophic #climate breakdown, is the culling of the human population by a pandemic with a very high fatality rate.

The post is no longer available. But before it disappeared entirely, another user saw it, photographed it, and “re-posted” it.

“Interesting thing to say,” indeed. Depopulation has been the common theme among leftists – except only the Communist Party of the Soviet Union – for decades. The Soviet Communists famously disappointed Margaret Sanger by refusing her contraceptive message, because they wanted to raise a conquering army. But every other collectivist has called for depopulation, because they know they can’t feed all the people over whom they presume to take control.

The replies to “Raw Egg Nationalist” are not all safe for work. But this statement is:


The most likely answer: robots. (Unless they rebel, like the mechanical slaves of Karel Čapek’s Rossumovi Univerzální Roboti, or R.U.R.) Bill McGuire caught so much flak on his own account, in direct reply, that he deleted the post. Then he left this snide retort:

Five hours and eight minutes later, he made this excuse:

He probably didn’t know that “Raw Egg Nationalist” had captured the original post before he deleted it. Otherwise he mightn’t have dared tell such an outrageous falsehood about what he said.

He’s not the only one

Bill McGuire is not the only leftist to make such an outrageous suggestion, nor even the first. Arguably Margaret Sanger doesn’t count; she was a racist, not a universal depopulation advocate like McGuire. But Paul Ehrlich famously called for “the right virus” to “defuse” the “population bomb.” John Holdren, before he ran Barack Obama’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, infamously called for the development of a sterilant to stop humans (except the favored few) from having children. (He acknowledged – indeed lamented – that no such drug would suit the purpose or requirements he proposed.) Collen Linebarger of The Gateway Pundit identified two more activists who called for human depopulation:

  • Jane Goodall, famous for her study of apes, called for reducing human numbers to what they were 500 years ago. That would mean reducing the population to 500 million. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau.)
  • Eric Pianka, ecologist at the University of Texas, called for reducing the human population by 90 percent. When he said that, that would mean a reduction to 650 million.

Jane Goodall might have committed plagiarism, using the clever disguise of an indirect reference. For the figure of 500 million comes straight from the Georgia Guidestones. Erected in 1980, they, too, called for “maintain[ing] humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.” They also called for one language. (See Genesis 11:1.) That could be why, as CNAV supposes, God sent lightning to demolish one of the Stones.


Are they working on it?

The Gateway Pundit actually used The National Pulse as its source. And according to it, Peter Daszak, of EcoHealth Alliance fame, is still receiving millions of dollars in research grants. One of his projects involves “bird ‘flu.” Not only that, but EcoHealth Alliance has thousands of coronavirus samples in freezers – at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. As for back as January 2024, The National Pulse revealed that Daszak is still playing with bat viruses. These come from Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, and the Philippines, among other countries in that region.

The coronavirus pandemic might have been a hasty plan “running with” an accident – given reports of WIV personnel selling dead bats in the Wuhan wet markets. (Thus the official “bat soup” narrative turns out to have a tenuous connection with the truth.) Or it was a dry run for an even more hideous project.

But Bill McGuire broke the cardinal rule of wicked planners: keep your mouth shut. He blabbed. Worse, his blab got a welter of publicity. Peter Daszak is obviously smarter than he, but even the smart “evil geniuses” can’t hide when someone, ostensibly agreeing with their mission, “says the quiet part out loud.”

American voters must ask themselves whether they care to support a regime, key members of which want them dead. They must further reevaluate CNAV’s prior warnings that these people want the planet to themselves. Bill McGuire said that – and indeed nothing else makes sense. Now the people know for whom they must vote.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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