Center for a Just Society

by R. Burge

In an article published today written by Ken Connor, the author takes a look at some of the population control objectives pushed by environmentalists. Connor argues that there is a necessity for countries to continue to grow to take care of the large number of elderly and sick in the population.  He uses the example of Japan and it’s shrinking population as something to avoid.

His concluding remarks provide a summary: “If western society wishes to preserve itself and occupy a healthy place in the future of the planet, it must restore the institutions of marriage and family to their rightful place and start having children again.  We should not sacrifice the vitality of Western society on the altar of a radical left-wing social agenda.  There are plenty of ways to live responsibly, reduce our carbon footprint, and care for the earth without making ourselves extinct.”


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