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The infamous Holdren quotes from the 1977 ‘Ecoscience’ textbook, proposing forced sterilizations and other draconian measures to bring about mass death, are no incidental exercises in academic frivolity. In the 1973 publication ‘Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions’, co-authored by his old buddies, the Ehrlichs, Holdren wrote quite candidly about his basic view on human life, providing us with a peek at the undergrowth out of which the Ecoscience document has emerged, proposing among other things a ‘planetary regime’ to assume command of matters of life and death.
In chapter 8 of the ‘Human Ecology’-document, page 235, Holdren gives us his definition of human life:
“The fetus”, Holdren writes, “given the opportunity to develop properly before birth, and given the essential early socializing experiences and sufficient nourishing food during the crucial early years after birth, will ultimately develop into a human being.”
In other words, Holdren argues that people during the early years after birth, cannot yet be defined as human beings. Given this presumption by Obama’s science advisor, it may not be surprising to learn that he does not shy away from coercive abortion policies or other such measures to scale back the population. After all, if an infant cannot be construed as being a human being, as Holdren argues, God-given rights do not apply to them nor does constitutional protection- and therefore they can be considered as completely at the government’s mercy.
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