Obama’s “Ebola Czar” Thinks Overpopulation Is Top Challenge: Ebola is nothing but population control!

Obama’s “Ebola Czar” Thinks Overpopulation Is Top Challenge
Photo: Ron Klain
In addition to having essentially no medical qualifications for the newly invented  “Ebola czarpost
aside from serving as a lobbyist for a pharmaceutical firm, attorney
and political operative Ron Klain (shown) is under fire after a video
surfaced of him declaring that “growing population” — particularly in Africa — was the “top leadership challenge” for the world today. Critics expressed outrage over the comments, especially considering warnings by demographic experts of an upcoming plunge in population caused by a
dramatic decline in birthrates across most of the world. But news
reports citing insiders suggest that Obama has even bigger plans for
Klain within the administration than exploiting the Ebola scare to advance tyranny.

Of course, Klain is hardly alone in holding sordid views on
population. In his new job, the controversial figure joins a coterie of
other discredited overpopulation zealots and neo-Malthusian crackpots in
the administration obsessed with slashing the number of humans — and
especially Africans, who have long been the target of government population-control schemes.
The latest revelations also came shortly after the anti-population
growth fanatics at the United Nations, already under fire for perpetrating forced abortions in Communist China using U.S. taxpayer dollars, unveiled a sweeping and widely criticized plan to reduce the population of Africa.

In a 2008 video-taped interview first highlighted by and promptly picked up by other alternative outlets such as Infowars, Klain, who served as chief of staff to discredited “global-warming” guru and population controller Al Gore,
responds to a question from a Georgetown interviewer about the top
challenge facing world leaders. Sitting next to his wife Monica Medina,
the attorney and former operative for Vice President Joe Biden declared
that overpopulation — not starvation, lack of medical care, war,
disease, tyranny, genocide, or poverty — was actually the planet’s
biggest problem.

“I think the top leadership challenge issue in our world today is how
to deal with the continuing, growing population in the world, and all
the resource demands it places on the world and burgeoning populations
in Africa and Asia that lack the resources to have a healthy, happy
life,” Klain explained, echoing a common theme among establishment types
who have long publicly expressed their desire to slash the human
population under various pretexts. The comments fit nicely with discredited UN “sustainable development” theories about alleged pressure on resources that have little basis in reality.

“We’ve got to find a way to make the world work for everyone,” Klain
continued. “Climate change is an issue that impacts that greatly by
making it harder for people to live where they live, by causing
disruptions, and lack of resources.” Of course, like the gloom-and-doom
pseudo-prophecies of the overpopulation fanatics, virtually every
prediction surrounding alleged man-made “climate change” — both the
global warming and global cooling varieties — has proven to be beyond ridiculous in retrospect.

The new Ebola czar’s former boss, Biden, has also stoked controversy
on related issues in the past.

For instance, in 2011, the vice president
said he “fully understand[s]” the Communist Chinese regime’s brutal “one-child policy.”
Despite being barbarically enforced with coerced abortions and other
grotesque means, Biden also informed the world that he was “not
second-guessing” the regime’s murderous machinations. Instead, as
revealed during congressional testimony, the administration is showering
taxpayer funds on
Planned Parenthood (founded by an anti-black racist and eugenicist) and
the UN Population Fund, both of which have been implicated in the
commission of forced abortions
in China.

More recently, another one of Klain’s former bosses, Al Gore, declared “fertility management” that is “ubiquitously available”
to be crucial in stopping alleged global warming. Klain’s views also
fit nicely with those of perhaps the most notorious population-control
zealot in the administration, Obama’s “Science” Czar John Holdren. In a
widely ridiculed 1977 book dubbed Ecoscience, Holdren called
for the imposition of what he called a “planetary regime” and “global
police force” that would perpetrate forced abortions and
mass-sterilization programs via the water supply under the guise of
preventing a “crisis” of supposed “overpopulation.”

“Indeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control
laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be
sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis
became sufficiently severe to endanger the society,” Holdren wrote,
hiding behind a passive voice while making delusional claims about the
U.S. Constitution purportedly authorizing forced abortions and
sterilization by his “planetary regime” to control world resources. It
was not clear who, other than Holdren and perhaps extreme eugenicists of
decades past, had “concluded” that mandatory abortions and
sterilizations would be authorized under the U.S. Constitution.

More recently, Holdren, like Gore, has been the subject of intense
ridicule for his failed global-cooling predictions of previous decades —
with the current “Science czar” having previously warned of a global
“ice age” that would kill a billion people. Last winter, Holdren further
cemented his position as a laughing stock after contradicting every
previous warmist prediction and outlandishly trying to blame record cold
temperatures across America on “global warming,” which has been on “pause” for almost two decades.

Regardless of warming, cooling, or neither, however, Holdren has never
repudiated the draconian views on population control expressed in his

But unwarranted hysteria over the number of people on the planet is
hardly a new phenomenon in the upper echelons of the U.S. government and
foreign-policy establishment either. Former Secretary of State Henry “New World Order” Kissinger, for example, became infamous for his 1974 “National Security Memorandum 200
calling for U.S. taxpayers to fund a planetary depopulation operation
under the guise of protecting America’s supposed “national interests.”
In the memo, Kissinger, a key globalist front-man who has played a major
role in some of the greatest human tragedies of the last five decades,
said mass abortion would be required to reduce the population of the
Third Word.

At the UN, meanwhile, the population-control zealots are also working
hard to slash the number of people on the planet — with much of their
scheming funded by U.S. taxpayers and mega-billionaires such as Bill
Gates. Earlier this year, The New American reported on a new plot by the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Obama administration’s U.S. Agency for International Development
to deal with what they referred to as the “challenge” of population
numbers in Kenya. Among other schemes, the plan to reduce the population
to “desirable” levels involves brainwashing African women to have fewer
children, showering the nation with contraception, promoting abortion,
and more.

Despite existing largely on the fringe and in the shadows, there has
been a powerful establishment-backed movement flourishing for decades
that views humans as a disease on the planet. At least one population
doomsayer, University of Texas “scientist” Eric R. Pianka, has even publicly advocated using a weaponized Ebola virus to exterminate 90 percent of the human population — receiving a standing ovation from his colleagues. Countless establishment bigwigs — from CNN founder and UN Foundation boss Ted Turner to billionaire financier and globalist architect David Rockefeller — have openly hyped the bogus “overpopulation” myth
amid calls for more population-control plots. The demands are generally
concealed behind half-baked claims of humanitarian concern but are
ghoulish nevertheless.

Like the Obama administration more broadly, Klain’s 2008 interview
citing overpopulation as the top leadership issue for the world suggests
that the new “Ebola czar” considers U.S. government intervention abroad
to be essential. “I think that the days when Americans could just be
focused on America and not really be engaged in the world are past us,”
he said. “Our economy is too dependent on events overseas, our political
system is dependent on events overseas.” In other words, despite being
17 trillion in debt, Washington, D.C., must continue borrowing to meddle
in the affairs of other nations — with all of the disastrous fruits such machinations have produced.

Multiple analysts have highlighted other troubling elements of
Klain’s background as well. “The new Ebola czar has ties to a secret
liberal dark money group and once worked as a lobbyist for a
prescription drug company that denied experimental drugs to dying cancer
patients,” reported Elizabeth
Harrington in the online Washington Free Beacon. Klain was also listed
as a trustee for the radical Big Government group “Third Way,” which
promotes amnesty, gun control, and other deeply controversial
“progressive” plots.

The new Ebola czar serves on the board of the Big Business-funded Big
Government outfit known as the Center for American Progress (CAP), too.
According to a report in Politico citing “administration insiders,”
Klain may be next in line to succeed current Obama “counselor” John
Podesta, another extremist who founded and led the CAP and recently
worked with the UN on a plan to “profoundly and dramatically” alter the “worldview” of every person on the planet.

Instead of allowing Obama to invent new “czar” positions and pack
them with unqualified extremists, Congress ought to be holding hearings,
cutting funding for executive-branch abuses, and restraining the

Alex Newman is a correspondent for The New American magazine, covering economics, education, politics, and more. Follow him on Twitter @ALEXNEWMAN_JOU 

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