The Green Pill:
The Right to Die, Population Collapse, the Housing Crisis, the Ageing Population Problem, and Environmental Disaster
The Road to Extinction
Since 1975, the world population has doubled, resulting in roughly twice the pollution and pressure on limited resources than would been the case otherwise.
Hence, much of today's climate change and environmental crises is on our own account.
As we move towards the planet's limits, everything becomes more costly. The price of food goes up, housing becomes prohibitively expensive, etc. The pressures for conflicts over dwindling resources also increase.
The mineral crisis (see Depletion Wall) is coming up. Metals and anything made of them will also become increasingly more expensive.
Population growth worsens climate change, pollution, and resource depletion. And, most politicians are is pushing for it.
A Deluge Moment
We have turned the world's oceans into a toilet, complete with gyrating whirlpools of flotsam.
You may not realize it, but that toilet does not flush!
The environment is increasingly peppered with toxic lagoons from the mining industry and expanding garbage dumps from the cities. All of these will keep growing as every toxin and piece of garbage we produce ends up in the environment: Nothing created nor destroyed!
That toilet does not flush either!
Because of the momentum of our destructive activities is several decades long, much of this will still happen even if we start cleaning up our act today.
Efficiency, Efficiency, Efficiency
Rather than advocating population reduction, governments around the world are doing the very opposite, fully aware that it is destroying the environment. More people, more people, and more people!
Same growth more people means the average person gets poorer. Same growth fewer people would mean the average person gets richer. Efficiency makes us richer.
Consumption is a function of money, not people per se.
A person twice as rich would consume as much as two poor people (same money supply & total consumption). Which one would you prefer to be?
Population growth makes the rich richer (more production, house construction, etc.). But makes the poor poorer (housing prices increase from more demand, lower wages than otherwise from greater labour supply, etc.)
The Bible/Sumerian tablets relate the story of God having flooded humanity because people had multiplied out of control and become violent and corrupt.
At this point, we will be lucky if God does not drown us all.
A Broken System
We are so borrowed out at this point that economists are warning of hyperinflation and a massive economic collapse. As of 2021, about $1.6 trillion of new private currencies not backed up by goods entered the economy. We are pushing the system to its limits.
National and other similar debts are money stolen from our own children. These could become the object of a massive generational class action suit.
We are a utopic society that lives above its means and that will leave the system broken, both environmentally and economically.
The Green Pill
As each person produces garbage and pollution, decreasing the number of people on the planet would be one of the most effective green strategies available. In fact, it could save us billions, for example, the costs related to ageing.
Depopulating would also have significant side benefits like cheaper housing from a decrease in demand.
The Better Solution to the Ageing Population Crisis and the Environment
Nursing home costs in North America average between $55,000 and $180,000 per year, and that of incarceration, between $35,000 and $40,000 in the US and a whopping $116,000 in Canada. In comparison, basic welfare rates are somewhere between $10,000 and $20,000 per year.
The taboo against suicide is mostly religious in nature. It may be appropriate, for example, for the young and the main workforce. But, for others like those who have finished their working life, the elderly, people with disabilities, people who are incontinent or in jail, etc., it is totally useless. Forcing people to suffer against their will is oppression without purpose whatsoever and torture. Let them decide!
Each year we stay after we are ready to go, we produce unnecessary pollution and use funds which otherwise could go to help the next generation.
The right to die can be a gift to the planet and our children.
At some point, for many of us, life will be more suffering than reward. The right to die, the green pill, can help save the environment and eliminate the aging population problem. It can also significantly increase the inheritance we leave to our children..
A Way to Alleviate Famine and World Poverty
In poorer countries, families tend to be larger because of the lack of old age security pensions: people need children to support them as they age. This results in significant population growth which impoverishes people further. The ability to leave early could lessen the need for large families.
In case of famine or disaster, that kind of sacrifice can also significantly lessen suffering even in better off countries.
Space Mishaps and Planetary Emergencies
As space development increases pace, accidents are bound to occur. In some cases, no help will be possible. A green pill protocol would need to be in place to alleviate a potentially slow painful death.
Bad fire seasons, major floods, and droughts are not rare occurrences on the planet. And these, thanks to climate change and population growth, are bound to be more frequent. An asteroid grazing the Earth or hitting it could have catastrophic consequences. Major dust clouds can hang over for years, causing massive famines. We may have food for only 25% of the population. A green pill protocol could alleviate suffering and prevent total chaos.
Depopulate - Depopulate - Depopulate
Depopulation is the easiest path to addressing climate change, pollution, the housing crisis, and save the world trillions of dollars.
Governments fear that depopulating would lead to disaster. In fact, it is the very opposite. Population growth will lead to famine and worsens today's housing and environmental crises. As well, the progressive depletion of metals will eventually lead to significant increases in the cost of living, etc.
Population growth is the main cause of wars. As settlements grow, people begin encroaching on each other's territories resulting in conflicts, and dwindling resources become a constant cause for wars.
Reduce the world population and you reduce the pressures for war, giving us time to unite the world and leaving more resources for everyone (i.e. making us richer)
Depopulating does not necessarily mean unemployment and poverty. Technology has eliminated many many jobs in the last few decades. Yet their total number has actually increased. Why? Technology made things more efficient, which generated savings that could be used to created new jobs.
A smaller more efficient population is what makes us richer.
For example, a 10% decrease in the elderly population would produce billions of dollars in savings that would be available to generate employment in the economy or pay for the ageing population boom, which itself would be 10% smaller: a double bang effect.
Technology and efficiency improvements will continue to create job losses. If we depopulate at the same rate as these, the system will remain balanced (no additional unemployment) and we will get richer.
Some have argued that more people means more research. Research is not a matter of kilos of flesh but of funding. For example, for a given cost of living of $9,000 a year, two people earning each $10,000 would generate $2,000 in savings to invest in research while one earning $20,000 would have $11,000 to spare for it. Efficiency can deliver more money for research than a large number of poor people and would do so without the environmental impact of the latter: another double bang effect.
Population growth advocates are selling you the road to poverty.
Capitalists make money by skimming a certain amount off our wages. More employees means richer capitalists, but, once again, you can skim off more money from $11,000 than $2,000. They also make more money by selling us more products, but, then again, $11,000 buys more goods than $2,000!
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