“How many people would Jesus kill off, what babies would he stop from being born, and which immigrants would he keep out of the country, to stabilise our population?” Citizens Electoral Council leader Craig Isherwood demanded the General Synod of the Anglican Church explain, following their call for human genocide reported this week.
The Church of England in Australia is pushing the agenda of its church leader, Queen Elizabeth II, and her husband Prince Philip, to cull the world’s human population.
In a March discussion paper, the Anglican Public Affairs Commission has echoed Prince Philip’s call for genocide to preserve “ecology”, linking “overpopulation and ecological degradation”:
“Out of care for the whole of creation, particularly the poorest of humanity and the life forms who cannot speak for themselves … it is not responsible to stand by and remain silent,” the commission paper said [emphasis added]. Looking for a practical application of their genocide doctrine, the Anglicans called for reduced immigration and an end to childbirth incentives.
“All policies of ‘population-control’ or ‘population-stabilisation’ are genocide,” Mr Isherwood charged.
“The sanctimonious Synod won’t admit that in polite company, but the British monsters who cooked up this evil—from Malthus to Prince Philip—are explicit about it.”
Anglican Parson Thomas Malthus, was on the payroll of the rapacious East India Company when he wrote his 1798 essay The Principle of Population, with its popularised fraud that because human population grows geometrically, it outstrips food production which only grows arithmetically; the solution, the devout churchman said, was to “make the streets narrower, crowd more people into the houses, and court the return of the plague. … and particularly encourage settlements in all marshy and unwholesome situations. But above all, we should reprobate [condemn—Ed.] specific remedies for ravaging diseases … .”
Prince Philip, the husband of the Church of England’s “Defender of the Faith”, was as explicit as Malthus: “You cannot keep a bigger flock of sheep than you are capable of feeding. In other words conservation may involve culling in order to keep a balance between the relative numbers in each species within any particular habitat. I realise this is a very touchy subject, but the fact remains that mankind is part of the living world. … Every new acre brought into cultivation means another acre denied to wild species.” [emphasis added]
Mr Isherwood said the Synod’s position on this issue was paganism:
“This is not Christianity; it is the Cult of Gaia—Mother Earth—worship, an age old superstition used by the oligarchy to subdue the masses,” he said.
“In true Christianity, human beings are not animals, but each individual is created in the image of God, and each individual human life is sacred.
“That Christian idea actually expresses the unique human quality of creative reason, by which human beings make the scientific discoveries which produce the new technologies that enable humans to support expanding populations.
“Australia isn’t overpopulated—what a sick joke! Australia is grossly underpopulated, and if we unleash the creativity of Australians and the people who wish to become Australians, to develop large-scale water infrastructure, green the deserts, harness nuclear power, pioneer nuclear fusion, launch a space program and everything else we could do, there is absolutely no limit to our nation’s growth.”
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