Ehrlich : Mankind To Drown In Own Flesh Before The Year 2000

We are all going to starve to death in the 1970’s!

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8 Responses to Ehrlich : Mankind To Drown In Own Flesh Before The Year 2000

  1. Mike D says:

    science fiction
    noun

    a form of fiction that draws imaginatively on scientific knowledge and speculation in its plot, setting, theme, etc.

  2. Another ecotard idiot who never once predicted anything remotely akin to reality or factuality. In other words a god for the mentally incompetent.

  3. gator69 says:

    So why did he and Anne have a child?

  4. Justa Joe says:

    Ol’ Paul was making these crazy ass predictions about his paranoic fantasies concerning over-population back in that late 60’s when urban/suburban sprawl was about 25% what it is today. If Ehrich was inspired to obsession about over-population back then he must really really hate humanity.

  5. Andy Oz says:

    No problemo. Scientists have created enough superbugs to wipe out the human species this century. Ehrlich better hope he doesn’t need a hip replacement in his old age.
    http://m.theaustralian.com.au/news/australians-dying-from-superbugs-created-by-antibiotic-overuse/story-e6frg6n6-1226305981087

    • methylamine says:

      I’m convinced after a debate over on the Independent (UK) that this is the Elite’s first big mass-extermination event.
      They own the pharmaceutical companies. They’ve done nothing on antibiotics since 1987; not because it’s too difficult, though.
      There is plenty of low-hanging fruit vis-a-vis novel antibiotics. Bacteria use metabolically unique pathways distinct from ours, pathways that can be poisoned without harming mammalian metabolism.

      Just as an example, Bactrim blocks bacterial synthesis of folate. We use a similar pathway but Bactrim doesn’t work on us; ours is blocked by methotrexate, a chemotherapy agent.

      My microbiology professor in 2nd year medical school twenty years ago was railing against the pharmaceutical companies because he couldn’t get funding to research a novel antibiotic–one that worked on bacterial iron scavenging. Without iron, bugs die; attack their iron-uptake, and they’re toast. Low-hanging fruit.

      Here’s my question: are the PTB intentionally withholding novel antibiotics to precipitate population reduction by pestilence?

  6. Marian says:

    After all Ehrlich’s BS over the years. He should be drowning in it by now.

    He needs to retire to the Lunatic asylum.

  7. tom0mason says:

    Scatologist Ehrlich at it again. Maybe he should go back to studying pre-fossilized coprolite.

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