Berkeley declared a “climate emergency”, worse than the second world war “humane” population control

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Berkeley climate change solution is: control the population

Berkeley city council declared a “climate emergency” and calls for stabilizing the population; #Tucker takes on political commentator Anushay Hossain.

The Berkeley City Council on Tuesday night declared what he called a “climate emergency” with more global importance as the second world war and calls for an immediate effort to “humanely stabilize the population and reverse ecological overshoot.”

The resolution, which calls on the global conflict between the axis and the allies, the fees, which the Americans carry a “tremendous responsibility to resolve the crises,” views of the surroundings.

“[D]uring world war II, the Bay Area came together, across race, age, class, gender, and other differences in an exceptional regional mobilization, construction, and repair of the Liberty ships, the conversion of passenger car Assembly plants in tank manufacturing,” the resolution reads.

A similar effort is required to confront today an even greater threat, according to the document.

“[W]e.the challenge of the greatest crisis in the history, by organizing politically, as a catalyst for a national and global climate emergency effort, employment of local workers in a mobilization effort, the building and the Installation of renewable energy infrastructure,” the resolution says

More than 60 million people died during the second world war, according to most estimates, a large part of the world’s population.

But, according to the Berkeley City Council, a further thinning of the herd might be needed.

The resolution notes that “reverse ecological overshoot and the interruption of the sixth mass extinction requires an effort to preserve and restore the half of the earth is the diversity of species in interconnected wildlife corridors and to stabilise human population.”


The resolution, the introduction of the ultra-progressive city Councilwoman Cheryl Davila, then calls Pope Francis’ comment that humanity is on the verge of a global “suicide,” and that “God’s creation”, on the game.

Davila ‘ s resolution also demands that the global climate summit in San Francisco in September, and a push to “educat[e] our citizens about the climate emergency.”

The document is the most essential promise is for Berkeley a “carbon sink” by 2030 — a term that means that the city’s greenhouse gas emissions in the negative.

In addition to the control of the population and a national mobilization efforts, according to the Berkeley city Council, residents should avoid “consumerism” and “narcissism.”

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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