Travis Rieder professor at Johns Hopkins’ University Berman Institute of Bioethics is teaching his classes that they should protect their kids by not having any kids in this so called era of climate change.
During an interview done with NPR.org, Professor Rieder claims that the year 2036 is going to be the potential tipping point for what he calls a cataclysmic climate change where in which time the average global temperature will have increased by a total of two degrees Celsius.
Is this what we are sending our children to public schools and university to be brainwashed by global taught liberals that would rather sell their soul to the devil than be real educators teaching real issues.
Climate change is a globalist made issue that uses the data and twist it ways that it looks like the world is wither cooling or warming in the exact opposite of what is really going on in the world. For you to get a good understanding about climate change and geoengineering check out Dane Wigington site geoengineeringwatch.org.
But back to Professor Travis Rieder in his lectures to his class he says,”By that time, or perhaps a bit after, “the world is expected to add several billion people […] each one producing more [greenhouse gas] emissions. But if the global fertility rate could be slimmed to a half-child per woman, that “could be the thing that saves us.”
Here is just an excerpt from the Article by NPR:
“He cites a study from 2010 that looked at the impact of demographic change on global carbon emissions. It found that slowing population growth could eliminate one-fifth to one-quarter of all the carbon emissions that need to be cut by midcentury to avoid that potentially catastrophic tipping point. …
Rieder and his Georgetown collaborators have a proposal, and the first thing they stress is that it’s not like China’s abusive one-child policy. It aims to persuade people to choose fewer children with a strategy that boils down to carrots for the poor, sticks for the rich.
Ethically, Rieder says poor nations get some slack because they’re still developing, and because their per capita emissions are a sliver of the developed world’s. Plus, it just doesn’t look good for rich, Western nations to tell people in poor ones not to have kids.
He suggests things like paying poor women to refill their birth control and — something that’s had proven success — widespread media campaigns.
In the 1970s and ’80s, a wave of educational soap operas in Latin America, Asia and Africa wove family planning into their plot lines. Some countries did this when they faced economic crisis. The shows are credited with actually changing people’s opinions about family size.
For the sticks part of the plan, Rieder proposes that richer nations do away with tax breaks for having children and actually penalize new parents. He says the penalty should be progressive, based on income, and could increase with each additional child.”
Of course Professor Rieder knows that his ideas are very controversial but does he care? No, so that is why he is going to kept pushing the global agenda of Climate Change and Agenda 21 to the students that he teaches in hopes of brainwashing the masses.