Quotes by Angry Greens

Uncensored People Haters

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“The right to abortion, an inalienable right of all women, is an integral part of population control.”   Lawrence Lader, co-founder of NARAL, National Abortion Rights Action League.  Known as the “godfather” of the abortion rights movement.

people hating book by Lawrence Lader.

“No nation wanting to reduce its growth … can expect to do so without the widespread use of abortion.”  Population controllers Stephen D. Mumford and Elton Kessel.   “Is Wide Availability of Abortion Essential to National Population Growth Control Programs? Experiences of 116 Countries.” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, July 15, 1984.

“We [humans] have grown like a cancer. We’re the biggest blight on the face of the earth.”  Ingrid Newkirk, PETA, photo below.

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“In order to stabilize world population we must eliminate 350,000 people a day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it is just as bad not to say it.”  Jacques Cousteau, November 1991 UNESCO Courier Review.

“A total world population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal.”  Ted Turner.

“It used to be easy to know what we wanted for our children, and now the best for our children might mean deciding which ones to kill. We’ve always wanted the best for our grandparents, and now that might mean killing them.”   Willard Gaylin, The Hastings Center.

“A fetus, even a fully developed one [i.e., newborn], is considerably less like a person than is the average mature mammal, indeed the average fish. And I think that a rational person must conclude that if the right to life of a fetus is to be based upon its resemblance to a person, then it cannot be said to have any more right to life than, let us say, a newborn puppy (which also seems to be capable of feeling pain). It follows from my argument that when an unwanted or defective infant is born into a society which cannot afford and/or is not willing to care for it, then its destruction is permissible.”  ‘Bioethicist’ Mary Anne Warren, The Hastings Center.

“Because people are human does not mean that their lives are more valuable than animals. … When the death of a disabled infant will lead to the birth of another infant with better prospects of a happy life, the total amount of happiness will be greater if the disabled infant is killed. Killing a disabled infant is not morally equivalent to killing a person. Often, it is not wrong at all.”   ‘Bioethicist’ Peter Singer, photo below.

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“The ‘inconvenient truth’ overhanging the UN’s Copenhagen conference is not that the climate is warming or cooling, but that humans are overpopulating the world.  A planetary law, such as China’s one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days.  The world’s other species, vegetation, resources, oceans, arable land, water supplies and atmosphere are being destroyed and pushed out of existence as a result of humanity’s soaring reproduction rate.”   Diane Francis, an editor at National Post.  Read more here.    See Video interview with Laura Ingraham.


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“Also, frankly I dont give a shit if fetuses die or not during abortions or morning after pills (they dont ‘die’ with normal hormonal pills).  The world is overpopulated.  Call me inhuman if you want.  You obviously don’t care about women so why do you care about a half formed fetus.”—-Comment at The Pill Kills ’09 YouTube video.

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Pill Kills billboard (Photo credit: daniella_caterina)

“If it were as easy to be fixed as it is to spay or neuter a dog, I would have it done in a heartbeat.  If I ever get pregnant, I would have an abortion in a heartbeat.  The average American

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Carbon footprint (Photo credit: net_efekt)

carbon footprint is 20 tons a year.  That is five times larger than the average human.  Earth cannot afford to have even one more person selfishly using her as an attempt at fulfilling a never ending list of desires.”—-Comment by Alyssa to our post “Contraception Harms the Environment.”

“Pardon my appearance as a social engineer, but I think everyone everywhere should be required to use this device or any other form of birth control, men and women, as soon as they are capable of reproduction.   In view of the disastrous mindset that people have a “right” to increase the worlds population, this device should be a right of passage into adulthood. As well – any similar method for men too, as soon as something is developed for them.    With the earth running at over three times carry capacity, non-voluntary birth control, and licensing for any proposed future child should be obviously superior to say – war, resource shortages and damage, and a host of other negative things – all which could easily and less painfully be avoided this way.    It isn’t very intelligent to operate a planet beyond carry capacity using technology.   Technology is too prone to malfunction and manipulation by industry and governments.    Anything so easy to do as use this device (my wife had a Dakon Shield for years) should be done by everyone – literally.  Do yourself and your children a favor by not having children that can’t be an asset to the world.  I’m a Democrat and a liberal – so – this is not a political issue and those who want to make it a political issue should just butt out.  This is too important to be left for sociopaths to determine.” —-Comment to Slate’s “IUD’s for Free.”

“Fetuses in the early stages of gestation do not have a properly developed brain or nervous system. They are unconscious and incapable of thinking or feeling pain. They are as much alive as a tomato plant.  Why should we strip a woman of bodily autonomy and enslave her to her own biology for the benefit of something that doesn’t even know it’s alive?”—-Comment on LifeSiteNews.