Friday, September 09, 2011

The Green Killing Machine

We were reminded of something while reading this item.

...The Left has fought the spread of genetically modified (GM) foods with every weapon in its arsenal. Leftists did this in the name of combatting a long list of “potential risks” that never materialized. They have been permitted to overlook the fact that their assaults on GM food were not cost free.

...even looking the other way as children go blind pales in comparison to the needless starving of millions that has occurred because anti-GM-food groups have frightened and bullied the people and governments of Africa into forbidding the use of GM seeds. Such seeds, modified to resist the effects of drought and disease, would make Africa self-sufficient in foodstuffs. But for most African farmers they remain unavailable because of the successful efforts of American and European anti-GM-food groups. Even though every American consumes GM foods on an almost daily basis, with no ill effects, they remain off limits to those most in need.

When Congress, that self-esteeming body of frauds, sickos, and jokes, was considering banning DDT, one GreenWeenie was asked about the potential of malaria rising again and killing Southeast Asian people; without DDT, the mosquito population would again be a fine vector for the disease.

His answer:  "So what?  They're just little brown people."  (CORRECTION:  The remark was not made during Congressional testimony.  See combox.)

The deaths of 'others' has never, ever, been an impediment to the Green Vampires--which includes such as Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned minority-death Parenthood, a notorious racist and mentor to Adolf Hitler.

Why would that change now?



jimspice said...

"So what? They're just little brown people."

Here we go again! Got a source for that? I looked. Besides two comments from some Freeper in 2002-3, I found nuttin'.

Dad29 said...

Buy a book: Toxic Terror by E. Whelan, Ph.D., Ottawa IL: Jameson, 1985.

Find P. 67. See the footnote:

"[Dr. J. Gordon Edwards] quotes environmentalist LaMont Cole: 'To feed a starving child is to exacerbate the world overpopulation problem.'"

Just to show you that I can correct an error, I further quote the footnote:

"[Dr. Edwards] writes that during a debate in SanFran, Dr. Van den Bosch, from the U. of Cal., chided him about his concerns for 'all those little brown people in poor countries...'"

Oh, there's more!!

Dr Chas. Wurster, chief scientist for the Environmental Defense Fund, responsded to a reporter's question by stating that there are too many people and 'this is as good a way to get rid of them as any,' referring to the banning of DDT. This caused attorney Victor resign from the EDF in disgust."

Anonymous said...

Sorry Dad, but Jim needs you to find a source that doesn't exist. Your's is too old/new/relevant/irrelevant besides this is just like Bush.

Did I get that right Jim?

Anonymous said...

Wasn't it Poppy Bush that pointed out the "little brown ones" that were his grandchildren?

What can brown do for you?

Anonymous said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhh!!! You cursed brat! Look what you've done!! I'm melting, melting. Ohhhhh, what a world, what a world.