So now Cory Heidelberger is on record saying eating and pooping is bad for the environment, is population control part of the agenda at the sustainable community of Madville? (Go Agenda 21?) It has been for America for a long time now:
We know the Obama healthcare overhaul has nothing to do with healthcare. It’s all about control, and specifically population control. In 1973, the supreme court found for Roe in an unbelievable 7 to 2 decision that abortion was legal. Since then 50 million babies have been murdered in their mother’s wombs in the United States of America, where LIFE, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is promised in the Declaration of Independence.
In 1934, President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the Committee on Economic Security (CES). The CES was assigned the task of studying the need for an economic security system to provide income for the elderly and disabled. Care for those unable to work was traditionally provided by family members or, in limited cases, by the government. Roosevelt recognized the need for a national system. In January 1935, the CES issued a report to President Roosevelt outlining a plan for a national program of economic security. This plan ultimately became the Social Security Act (SSA), which was passed by Congress on August 14, 1935. It has become a government “Ponzi” Scheme.
In the summer of 1965, President Lyndon Baines Johnson signed into law Medicare and Medicaid, representing part of his “war on poverty.” At his elbow was former President Truman who was the first to suggest “healthcare” for all Americans in 1945. Needless to say, this too is a form of Ponzi Scheme.
Here we are 37 years after legalized abortion, 45 years after the “great society,” and 75 years after Social Security was enacted. Had 50 million babies not been murdered, they probably would have been working Americans today that could have helped to fund the government Ponzi Schemes for the now retiring Baby Boomer generation. But of course, that was not part of the plan. The real plan is population control.