Saturday, November 22, 2014

Excessive populations are a good thing

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by:  David Michael Beachwood

Terrorist are perhaps the best example of people who truly believe this.  However, the list of believers doesn't stop there.  Business, governmental, and church leaders all encourage people to increase their populations.  In the case of the terrorist it isn't hard to understand their motive.  They are trying to fight a war and they need warm bodies.  In the case of business they of course need customers, Politicians need voters, and church leaders need people to fill their pews. 

I would like to qualify my comment on religion.  Not all churches are a waste of time, but a good number of them are.  I hope you are not in one that follows a false truth, but let’s face it, how many different religions are there?  They can’t all be correct in their views.  Some of them have to be wrong.  One case in point here, centers on a major religion.  This religion itself encourages large families.  It also has numerous factions which are currently pushing excessive population growth; primarily for reasons of war.  They are asking, and telling, their females to become baby factories.  It seems strange that such a religion can actually draw people to them, but there is a reason for that.

Some people want power and wealth and are willing to take advantage of others to get it.  David Hannum, a competitor of  P.T. Barnum, once said that there was a sucker born every minute.  He said that a long time ago, so today it is more like one every second.  While suckers can make a few people rich, they can make a whole lot more people poorer.  Suckers are just people who are naive.  They often are people who are told what to think by people who wield power over them.  Suckers don’t just exist in religion, but in naive followers of business and politics as well.

The leaders in politics, business and organized religion receive huge windfalls from excessive populations; which tend to contain a growing number of suckers.   The bulk of those huge populations, on the other hand, end up suffering more than need be.   This suffering occurs in many ways for they are not only used to fight wars for religion, but wars for businesses and governments.  Humans these days, because of their numbers, are also more often inhumanly reduced to being just a sales statistic, a vote or, worst of all, just cannon fodder. 

Look around at the countries where huge populations far outnumber the job opportunities.  What happens there?  The wages drop to such a low amount that people have to find a way to leave their country in order to live better.  What else happens?  Competition for every item for sale goes up in proportion to the growth in the number of people.  Things get harder for everyone who isn't in a primary business or a leader in some political party or in some profitable religious structure.

Housing, medical, and educational problems increase; we are all in competition for these things as well as everything else.  We even compete for space on our highways each and every day.  Considering all of this, we need to ask ourselves the following question.  Given the current economics, by having huge families don’t we really just make things much harder; not only for ourselves, but everyone else?  Honestly only a small percentage of our population enjoys a better lifestyle when populations increase.  The bulk of population has to contend with their lifestyles growing increasing more difficult.  Why is this?

That smaller percentage of people can be called the elite.  They seek to take away, from as many individuals as they can, just a fraction of that individual’s wealth.  That fractional piece of the pie grows of course, if there are more numerous populations.  Additionally competition, amongst the multitude, for products and services, also tend to increase the prices.  The beneficiaries of success, under this scheme, represent fewer than ten percent of the general public.  Painfully not everyone can be a business person or be in politics or a church leader.  This means that the bulk of the population is basically left to manage on their own, without much support from those that have channeled the wealth to themselves.  How does that work for the common person; not very well, judging from the poverty in our world. 

Think about your chances of success being directly affected by the number of people you have to compete with in this time of economic despair.  While everyone enjoys a little competition the extent of that competition today leaves a lot of people out of work with little to no prospect of improvement.  Why; because the population is growing faster than the number of opportunities are.  This excessive rate of growth is a serious threat to the world’s future, in many ways. 

The pressures that this population growth is producing are already being felt.  Immigrants in several countries in Europe and elsewhere have changed the makeup of those inherent cultures.  The previous customary social order is being challenged by new populations that are arriving almost daily.  The governments, of those countries involved, are to blame, because they allowed these huge transplanted foreign cultures to move in.  Now the voices of the original inheritance are watered down by the flood of immigrants with, in many cases, old world attitudes.  These immigrants have gained greater and greater power, because of the extent of their increase.  While the influx has been good for that select group I mentioned above, the economics for the general masses of people has been declining.  All over the world things are worsening, while those in the top ten percent are getting richer and richer.

The system of commerce we all follow is failing the multitudes and giving favor to only a very small percentage of our world’s population.  It is the very system that the bible tells us not to support.  What will eventually come of this system and those that run it?  Pick up that book and find out.  Oh so much more can be said, but I will stop here, to leave you to think about all of this. 


I reserve the right to revise and extend my remarks.

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