Population Reduction Texas-style [Backup]  AUSTIN — A University of Texas professor, Eric Pianka, says the Earth would be better off with 90 percent of the human population dead Meeting Doctor Doom [Saving the Earth with Ebola]  Forum

4/3/2006 12:22:20 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time


The rantings of Dr. Eric R. Pianka from the biology department of the University of Texas at Austin are set forth in the attached page, wherein he called for the development of airborne Ebola Zaire so that the Earth's population could be returned to 650 million people, i.e., roughly where it stood at the beginning of the Middle Ages. Ecologists such as Dr. Paul Ehrlich of Stanford have long advocated aggressive birth control policies to reduce the world population to 500 million (the level at which is was sustained at all known periods before the height of the Roman Empire, whose advances in public health, agriculture, medicine and government led to the first known surge in global population). However, Ehrlich and his like-minded colleagues never advocated wholesale extermination of human beings as an environmental solution.

What is ominous about this crank's ravings is that two audiences at the Texas Academy of Science gave this whack job standing, cheering ovations as he advocated mass genocide. Worse, he was given the 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist award. I will send you the page from his website at UT. This guy is some sort of eccentric egomaniac and clearly insane.

But it gets worse. On that site where the Loose Change videos are linked through Google, there is also another video over two hours in length by some right wing radio talk show host that meanders through the connections between 9/11, the 1993 WTC attack and the Oklahoma City bombing, as well as the recent training that the US military has received in controlling domestic populations and herding them into camps. This right wing guy then goes on to cite a bunch of reports that are shown on camera from the UN, Prince Phillip and others, calling for the reduction of the Earth's population to 500 million. The radio talk show host then says that the elites of the West understand that medical science is on the verge of life-extending breakthroughs in gene therapy and medical technology that will make lives of centuries in length conceivable, which the think tank reports say would overload the Earth's environment unacceptably. Therefore, he concludes, the elites are preparing the Western populations to accept regimentation and concentration of population as a prelude to mass extermination before the medical breakthroughs become generally known and available. Ergo, only the elites and their servants will get the new tech while the rest of us are serially destroyed by bird flu and a laboratory-manufactured airborne Ebola Zaire. That's his scenario, and the reports that he cites are not all that far from saying what he's saying. Now, comes this Texas whacko onto the scene, saying exactly what the right wing guy says the elites are thinking, and the scientific elite of Texas adoringly applauds this nut.

At first, I thought the right wing talk show host was full of crap. But after seeing what went on in Texas a few days ago, I don't know what to think. Certainly, the plan for dealing with bird flu that the President has been quietly passing around Washington does indeed call for military control of the civilian populations to enforce a brutal quarantine (a typical, fascist Bush solution). Bird flu, in effect, will be used as a tool to soften up the public resistance to such measures as military control of the civilian population, putting civilians in camps and perhaps worse, a sort of dress rehearsal for Dr. Pianka's and Prince Phillip's nightmare vision of extermination of most of humanity to make room for the buffalo or whatever the hell.

These maniacs should be given some attention on your website. The pace of the madness of the elites and their mad monk advisers such as Pianka is quickening. The only way to combat it is to shed light on their dark plans and obsessions.

Keep up the fight.


: 4/3/2006 12:29:07 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time

This is a page from Dr. Pianka's UT website for his courses, carrying his own (unfortunately, premature) obituary (a biography, really). This guy is obviously an egomaniac and unbalanced. But this is nothing. I will also send you another page from his website wherein he develops his fine theory for mass extermination of most of us for the greater good of the rest of the species of the Earth.


4/3/2006 12:33:09 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time

This is another page from Dr. Pianka's course on bio-diversity and ecology at the University of Texas at Austin. It starts off pretty tamely, but eventually gets down to his insane theory of mass murder for the good of the planet. It is unbelievable to me that this guy is not being exposed on 60 minutes and that he has not been cashiered by the Academic Senate of UT. The reason he has not been is that his racist and insane theories reflect the sentiments of much of the elites and may serve as conditioning of the educated classes for what may be coming.


4/3/2006 4:34:28 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time

Did you watch that right-wing talk show host's video over where the Loose Change stuff is? You might want to add a direct link to that video, as well, as that is the ultimate conclusion that the video reaches . . . i.e. that Bush, the UN, the elites and the Crown are all working toward Dr. Doom's vision of our future or lack thereof. Geez, Kent, I hate it when your nightmare visions start to make sense to me.

The link to the video by right wing radio talk show host Alex Jones is:


I think Jones lacks credibility because of his presentation and pandering to the religious right. However, the evidence that he compiles is chilling, to say the least, and dovetails rather well with Dr. Doom's presentation to the Texans.


4/5/2006 9:39:12 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time

Did you see this? If so, whaddya think?

Dr. Doom seems to be backing off his position now that the FBI is going to be interviewing him. But he said what he said. More than one person heard him say it. He's still a dangerous crank if people in power give his genocidal ideas any credence as policy, as some fear that they have.


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I know this creep. He drives a highbred car and keeps 30 or so American Bison. He has to buy hay to feed them as his acreage cannot support them. He has no market for them. They are his pets. This puke advocates the most draconian measures FOR THE REST OF US to preserve the earth meanwhile keeping 15 tons of hayburners for his amusement. It takes a hundred or so gallons of tractor fuel and thousands of pounds of fertilizer each year to keep his pets fed.

He is a highly anti-social person. His neighbors hate him and actually I would call him a psychopath.

Posted by: Reed at April 3, 2006 01:46 AM

I forgot to add. I have personally heard him advocate the sterilization of earth of all human life. Evidently he worships the planet so much that he believes it needs to be totally free of the viral human species. Yes he considers humanity a lethal virus. I've heard him say it half a dozen times.

Posted by: Reed at April 3, 2006 01:50 AM

The Roots Of Pianka's Genocide Endorsement [Disclaimer, I don't immediately buy this--Kent]


Many of the fanatical Greenies have gone totally over the brink and fallen into the clutches of the Crown and their Malthusian crowd [Sustainable royal dinks with tethers-UN]--who by the way think of themselves as the worthy 10% who will survive the scourges--to play cowpoke-tally-ho amongst the bison herds.

I'll bet that Doc Doom fell into this baited-deadfall during his Fulbright stint in Oz--just a guess.

"In the event that I am reincarnated, I would like to return as a deadly virus, in order to contribute something to solve overpopulation."--Prince Philip