When Malthusians Become Messiahs

Terry Melanson

Webmaster/editor of Conspiracy Archive; author of Perfectibilists: the 18th Century Bavarian Order of the Illuminati.

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4 Responses

  1. Mr. Resister says:

    Thanks for the article. I came here after finding a link to your article ‘check your sources gentleman’ I’m not trying to be a negative Nancy, but how am I to check sources when parts of your article are left without any? I’ve come across bits of what you talk about, but not all of it. I’m just trying to point out that if you are aware of a specific little tib-bit of info, PLEASE put it in your articles. It makes everyone’s research that much easier. Keep the articles coming, I have you bookmarked now, I look forward to coming here in the future.

  2. Phillip Collins says:

    This article was originally written as an editorial in a newspaper. As such, a Sources Cited section was not conducive to the format. However, if you read closely, I cite the pages in Bioscience. So, it is not difficult to find the excerpts in question.

  3. Byron Richardson says:

    No mention of United Nations Agenda 21 anywhere in your article? Go back to Go and do not collect $200. Thanks for the article but this goes much deeper. If you are passionate, then go onto the Bump web site and other web sites for pregnant mothers are educate them about the dangers of fluoridation, GMO foods and vaccinations. Be prepared to get silenced by moderators who treat the manufactured consensus opinion like a profound religious experience.

    • The purpose of the article was to address the fatal flaws of Malthusian thinking, not to provide some comprehensive treatment of Agenda 21. So, you can go back to Go, bypass $200, and spend your time at the other websites you cite. Understand that articles must typically take a narrower focus. If they didn’t, then they would cease being articles and would become books. And, as I said earlier in this thread, this piece was originally written as an editorial for a weekly newspaper. Editorials are never comprehensive treatments of the topics they broach.

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