WWF President Hopes To Kill Millions Of People In His Next Life

The President Emeritus of WWF and past President from 1981-1996, says that he hopes to kill millions of people in his next life.

If I were reincarnated, I would wish to be returned to Earth as a killer virus to lower human population levels.

Prince Phillip

Alarmists were very offended last week by Heartland’s campaign to show that several famous murderers shared their global warming fears.


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29 Responses to WWF President Hopes To Kill Millions Of People In His Next Life

  1. suyts says:

    Absolutely correct. They hate factual comparisons. Heartlands billboard wasn’t just needed, it was timely as well. It is well past time we call these people out for what they are. Marxist Malthusian Misanthropists.

    • No the Heartland billboard was idiotic because it was based on a fallacious argument. It’s like arguing that because Stalin believed in gravity, Einsten’s theory was wrong.

      Like it or not, sceptics are kept to a different standard than warmists. Sceptics must base their claims on facts and sensible logical argument.

      • GuarionexSandoval says:

        “No the Heartland billboard was idiotic because it was based on a fallacious argument. It’s like arguing that because Stalin believed in gravity, Einsten’s theory was wrong.”

        The billboard wasn’t positing an argument at all, simply illustrating how lunatics believe in nutty crap–such as global warming–and continue to do so even when, as in the case of anthropogenic global warming, they are proven wrong. Such as the guy who for years believed he was dead. Everything his family and friends did to convince him otherwise failed. Finally a doctor asked him whether dead men bleed. “Of course not!” he replied. Whereupon the doctor cut his finger. The guy looked at the blood and exclaimed, “All these years I’ve been wrong ! Dead men DO bleed!”

  2. miked1947 says:

    Global Terrorists hiding behind Pathological science, every one of them.

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    That is sick! Quotes:
    “[climate change] requires the deliberate quest of poverty… and set levels of mortality control [Obamacare?].” — Maurice King, UK Econut
    “It has been concluded that .. laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution..” — John Holdren, Obama’s Science Czar
    “A massive campaign must be launched to de-develop the United States… ” -ibid
    “Isn’t the only hope for this planet the total collapse of industrial civilisation? Is it not our responsibility to ensure that this collapse happens?” -Maurice Strong, UNEP
    “[because of AGW we must decide] … which people [to save {implicit: and which to kill}] in a drastically reduced population – weighing the value of scientists and musicians against [others].” — Susan Blakemore, UK Ecojournalist
    “…every time someone dies as a result of floods in Bangladesh, an airline executive should be dragged out of his office and drowned.” — George Monbiot, UK Ecoloon
    “We redistribute de facto the world’s wealth by climate policy…This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy anymore.” — Ottmar Edenhoffer, ipcc
    “Free Enterprise [means having] the freedom to .. psychologically rape their fellow human beings in the process…Capitalism is destroying the earth.” – Helen Caldicott, Union of Concerned Scientists
    But the “crisis” is fabricated bull-hockey:

    “..only sensational exaggeration makes the kind of story that will get .. attention. So, yes, climate scientists ‘might’ ‘exaggerate’…” — Monika Kopacz, Atmospheric Scientist
    “We have to offer up [dishonest] scary scenarios… ” –S. Schneider, ipcc
    “The only way to get our society to truly change is to frighten people with the possibility of catastrophe.” – Daniel Botkin, ucsb
    “[Inaction will cause]… by the turn of the century [2000], an ecological catastrophe which will witness devastation as complete, as irreversible as any nuclear holocaust.” — Mustafa Tolba, 1982, ex UNEP Director
    “Entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000.” – Neol Brown (1989), unep
    “It’s global warming. It’s ruining our country.” — Harry Reid, Democrat

    • Jerry Farmer says:

      These people are all f–king idiots, it would be a better world if we got rid of them. I’m surprised that anyone still takes them seriously, but I would respect them more, if they would all volunteer to off themselves for the good of the rest. That should solve the emission problem by itself.

  4. Robertvdl says:

    The Nazi Roots of the House of Windsor

  5. Has a psychological evaluation of thus man been ordered?

  6. ntesdorf says:

    Prince Phillip is a witty fellow but a bit of a nut, His views are extreme. Her Majesty the Queen has trued to keep him under control but cannot be everywhere at the same time!

  7. John B., M.D. says:

    I wonder if he had anything to do with the recent engineering of the avian H5N1 influenza A virus (59% mortality rate) http://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/h5n1-people.htm to make it more easily transmissible.
    Had Iran did this, it would be called bioweapons research. Since the West did it, it is called research beneficial to mankind and they publish it for all to see.
    Here is the first of two papers: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature10831.html

    • Lou says:

      Keep 50,000 IU vitamin D3 pills around, just in case.

      Yes, it is a powerful anti-virus killer..


      It is awesome again cold which something we still have not come up with synthetic vaccine against… same for cancer, asthma, autism, autoimmune disorder, and too many to list. Imagine that… something so cheap to prevent things that will save trillions of dollar of damages. A lot of businesses will go bankrupt. Oh well. http://lewrockwell.com/sardi/sardi111.html

      • John B., M.D. says:

        Disagree. Little quality data to support your claim in persons with normal levels of vitamin D. In patients who are vitamin D-deficient, it should be supplemented, but not at a 50,000 IU dose.
        Don’t bother linking to pseudoscientific sources.

      • Shooter says:

        I agree with John. Vitamin does little against viruses. Best to use aspirin.

      • John B., M.D. says:

        Aspirin may help symptom relief but has no antiviral activity. It also should not be used in children (increases risk of Reye’s syndrome) unless specifically instructed by a physician for very specific reasons (e.g. Kawasaki’s disease).

      • Chad Woodburn says:

        Mayo Clinic presents 10,000 IU of vitamin D as an upper limit in dosage, and it also acknowledges its use in dealing with certain immune issues. There are medical professionals who argue that most people are deficient in vitamin D. Regardless, at the end of the day, I have to live with my health decisions; my doctor doesn’t. In no field are the experts to be unquestioningly trusted. As it was said in “The King’s Speech”: “But they’re experts!” “They’re idiots.” “But they have doctorates!” “Well, that makes it official.”

    • John B., M.D. says:

      I agree that a sizable minority of people may be deficient in vit D. Highest risk people are institutionalized (e.g. elderly in nursing homes), and who have poor diet and little sun exposure. Personally, my educated guess is that 800 IU per day is probably sufficient intake. Higher doses really have not shown any benefit. Sunlight predisposes to skin cancer so I would not recommend tanning for this purpose (or any purpose).

  8. sep says:

    Would his desire to de-populate the planet in the form of an epidemic virus include his imminent GREAT GRANDCHILDREN (via William & Kate)? WHAT A DEMENTED IDIOT.

  9. Gustav says:

    They are funny people, English royals. The other one wanted to be a tampon. Heartland should put this Prince Phillip statement on another billboard, signed “past WWF president”. I’m quite sure in his moments of private contemplation Prince Phillip must be wondering if the whole business of fighting the war against Hitler was not a mistake.

  10. B. Snider says:

    Why do those who want to depopulate the earth never lead by example?

  11. geof barrington says:

    he should not wait to long and hasten his own demise imediately . the trouble is that he is one of many who are quite serious . the powers that be are not our friends ..check out silver shortage on the tube

  12. MikeB says:

    Prince Phillip is a fun guy, Charles is the menace.

    2. To a blind women with a guide

    “Do you know they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?”

    3. To an Aborigine in Australia

    “Do you still throw spears at each other?”

    6. To a Briton in Budapest

    “You can’t have been here that long – you haven’t got a pot belly.”

    7. To a driving instructor in Scotland

    “How do you keep the natives off the booze long enough to get them through the test?”

    14. On key problems facing Brazil

    “Brazilians live there”

    15. To the matron of a hospital in the Caribbean

    “You have mosquitos. I have the Press”

  13. Jerry Farmer says:

    What has this worthless pos done all his life, except consume energy, and be the Queen’s lapdog.

  14. R.O.H. Van der Hope says:

    Sorry John B., M.D., but my M.D. ordered 50,000 units vit D for me when my figures were low. He has kept up with the research. So should you. And then there’s vitamin C. – Linus Pauling (two Nobel Prizes) – that genius, will also be vindicated – mark my words.

    • Shooter says:

      I think he was referring to conspiracy theories.

    • John B., M.D. says:

      I am quite well-versed with “the research.” Little to no quality evidence to support this dose of vit D for any reason.

    • Chad Woodburn says:

      So also, my board certified internist has me on 4,000 IU per day (along with high dosages of other special nutrients: co-Q-10, L-Arginnine, etc.). The difference between just taking what my cardiologists said to take and adding all the nutrients is the difference between night and day (death and life). True, the evidence for the nutrients is more anecdotal, rather than clinical, but when it comes to my quality of life, I really don’t care about what the research studies say, I care about how it works for me. I wish more doctors felt the same way.

  15. phil says:

    Whatever happened to leadership by example? To the “prince”: don’t ask others to do what you yourself are not willing to do yourself. If you want a smaller world population, then by all means, please remove yourself. No pressure, of course.

  16. Michael Harris says:

    There is a simple fact here, the ruling class are not the wonderful people that,
    the public like to believe. They live in a world of delusion, where the ruling class is somehow accepted to be better than rest of us, and the public are happy to consider themselves lower.

    The likes of Price Phillip, Price Charles etc… These families have been ruling elites for hundreds of years, they have utter contempt for the public and the views of Phillip and his virus quotes I would love to have the option to ask a question of him. Prince Phillip, given this terrible over population business and the view that the Earth is more important than any man, would you consider killing any of your own family, to help the world? Or would his murderous thoughts be aimed at the 3rd world, where there are more people of colour?

    If we simply made he technology available for these countries to level up, we would have no problem having 20-30 Billion people on this planet.

  17. Robert says:

    Another perfect example as to why you need to spread the gene pool. It’s not a good idea to marry sisters and cousins.

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