Environmentalist Author Plagiarizing Old Nazi Idea

This week science fiction writer Elizabeth Moon argues that everyone should be given a barcode at birth.

“If I were empress of the Universe I would insist on every individual having a unique ID permanently attached – a barcode if you will; an implanted chip to provide an easy, fast inexpensive way to identify individuals.

It would be imprinted on everyone at birth. Point the scanner at someone and there it is.

Having such a unique barcode would have many advantages. In war soldiers could easily differentiate legitimate targets in a population from non combatants.

This could prevent mistakes in identity, mistakes that result in the deaths of innocent bystanders. Weapons systems would record the code of the use, identifying how fired which shot and leading to more accountability in the field.

Anonymity would be impossible as would mistaken identity making it easier to place responsibility accurately, not only in war but also in non-combat situations far from the war.”

BBC – Future – Technology – ‘Barcode everyone at birth’

In other words, she is looking for a way to design weapons systems which can identify individual civilians. i.e a quick way to eliminate the tea party or other enemies of dear leader.

Elizabeth also likes to write about global warming

Global Warming & Human Survival

Discussions of global warming center on two basic issues: is the climate warming up, and what will that mean for the several billion humans on this planet? For those who agree that the climate is warming, the next questions are Why? And What can we do about it?

By all the good, solid, scientific evidence, the global mean temperature is in fact rising. Even staunch opponents of the global warming hypothesis are finally facing the facts and admitting that yes, the planet’s climate is warming up. Those who do not want to attempt any intervention to slow or stop the warming are now saying “Well, the planet used to be warmer…the global mean temperature throughout the planet’s history was higher…so higher is normal.”

Normal does not equal desirable. Or even survivable. “Normal warmness” did not sustain a human population over 2 billion.

Elizabeth Moon

Elizabeth stole this idea from the Nazis, though it should be noted that the Nazis only killed five million people, whereas she wants to eliminate five billion.

h/t to hauntingthelibrary

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17 Responses to Environmentalist Author Plagiarizing Old Nazi Idea

  1. higley7 says:

    ” In war soldiers could easily differentiate legitimate targets in a population from non combatants.”

    The product of simple, childlike thinking. How soon would it be before the enemy figures out how to disguise or convert noncombatants to combatants and then they take us out because we will not shoot the noncombatant is an RPG launcher because the scanner says they are not hostile? How soon will they figure out how to recode the chips, creating a whole new black market of identity swapping?

    Take the bong out of your mouth and put in your thumb, you’re high enough. Empress?

    “Normal does not equal desirable. Or even survivable.”

    This goes to prove that you cannot teach common sense. There are no indications of any kind that warming is bad. However, below 45 deg F, plants do not grow. There are always plants that can grow food for any warmer climate, but in the cold with no food, that would be a bad, very bad thing.

    Moon is all about the agenda (UN 21) and knows or cares nothing about the real world and people. She is a real idiot—a person unaware of the real world around her. By her thinking, she should never be given a raise by her employer as the argument could be made that she has never had that much money and thus would not be able to handle it.

  2. roger says:

    Yellow stars stitched to clothing would be immediately more obvious and then she could use tattoos.
    Now where did I hear that before?

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

    Re: bar codes to distinguish bad guys from innocent civilians.
    1) Who will generate the database that identifies the bad guys with specific bar codes?
    2) The bar code can easily be covered up or altered or removed.
    3) Still doesn’t solve the human shield problem.
    This concept is so preposterous I can’t think of what else to write.

  4. Justa Joe says:

    Elizabeth Moon-Bat is crazed. She’s believing her own sci-fi.

    Normal does not equal desirable. Or even survivable. “Normal warmness” did not sustain a human population over 2 billion.

    Did not doesn’t mean could not.

    A surprising number of people who are not biologists (or for that matter farmers) seem to have an inordinate fear of cold,

    Ms. Moon-Bat professes to love the cold, but chooses to live in Texas. Maybe a protracted winter visit to Alaska might be good learning experience for our heroine.

    while serious climatologists have pointed out that under some conditions getting hotter could bring on another Ice Age by changing the planet’s albedo.

    According to Liz the loss of albedo, which is a so-called positive feedback making the world hotter, will cause an ice-age. She’s got her AGW baloney all mixed up it seems. The disruption of ocean current, the so-called global conveyer belt, was supposed to cause the ice-age if you follow CAGW lore.

  5. dmmcmah says:

    “In war soldiers could easily differentiate legitimate targets in a population from non combatants.”

    So the Viet Cong would have willingly had chips implanted indicating they were members of the Viet Cong, so that they could be killed more easily by American forces?

  6. tckev says:

    And the chipped terrorists would be stop because ….?

  7. Sheezle says:

    I wonder if Ms. Moonie-Loonie-Tune-y might be Jewish… if so, shouldn’t someone tell her mother about her crazed ideas??

  8. Donald Mitchell says:

    I am amazed by the perception that some people have of RFID chips. I know people that are convinced that the injectable ones can store your entire legal and medical history. The injectable ones that I have seen data on have a capacity of 128 to 512 bytes of data. If your entire medical history (or political history) is that short, you have had a short and dull life. I have met people that are convinced that a scanner by a busy highway could identify all of the implanted people driving past it. The manufacturers data that I have seen indicates that, with ideal conditions and good luck, they can be read from 18 inches, but 3 to 6 inches is much more reliable. To believe that you could mount a scanner on a rifle that could read a RFID from a target at 100 yards is to disqualify any of your beliefs from serious consideration. If you have a pet with an injected RFID chip, ask your vet why he passes the scanner wand very close to the pet rather then just having read the chip when the pet came through the door.

  9. Andy DC says:

    Where did she come up with the 2 billion figure? Sounds like she pulled it out of her posterior.

    • She’s one of the Nice Malthusians. The Mean Malthusians think that the Earth can only support 500-800 million humans and thus call of the murder of 6+ billion humans. You should be thanking her.

    • Eric Simpson says:

      “Finally, we might decide that [if] civilisation itself is worth preserving. In that case we have to work out what to save and which people would be needed in a drastically reduced population – weighing the value of scientists and musicians against [others {like us, and holocaust and climate deniers get the axe first!}].” – Susan Blakemore, UK “Science” Journalist

  10. graphicconception says:

    ” … science fiction writer Elizabeth Moon …”

    Says it all, really.

  11. DirkH says:

    All of this BBC future stuff is batsh$t crazy; i checked several of the essays.
    The BBC documented their utopian ideal here, warning, 3 hours long and NOTHING HAPPENS and the plot makes no sense. Probably so it fits in a fabian brain.

  12. harbinger says:

    At least she accurately calls AGW a hypothesis

  13. Ulrich Elkmann says:

    Ms Moon had a collection of her short fiction, about 20 years ago, entitled “Lunar Activity” – a pun on her name. Should that have been “Lunatic Activity”? Unfortunately, such blatant yearning for tyranny, coupled with complete blindness to the facts, has become the gold standard in science fiction. It used to be adventurous, mind-expanding, looking out at the universe, but it has devolved into numbing propaganda and viscious proselytizing – just think of “The Hunger Games”. Maybe it was a childish genre all along; and now that their shiny toys are no longer dangled before them – “You won’t get a vacation on Mars! No aliens in sight, cuddly or otherwise! Where’s my technological singularity, dude?” – all these spoiled brats are left with is throwing temper tantrums.

  14. Jeff says:

    I guess we shouldn’t mind them trying to put microchips in us as long as they don’t mind us trying to put bullets and shrapnel in them.

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