A world population nearing 10 billion people by the middle of this century is “unsustainable,” U.S. special climate envoy John Kerry told AFP on Wednesday, before setting out his future plans for planet earth.
Since November, the global population has officially crossed eight billion, more than three times the figure in 1950. U.N. projections say the figure will balloon to 9.7 billion in the middle of the century.
Kerry said, “I don’t think it’s sustainable personally. We need to figure out how we’re going to deal with the issue of sustainability and the numbers of people we’re trying to take care of on the planet.”
“I’ve been to a number of African countries where they’re very proud of their increased birth rate but the fact is, it’s unsustainable for life today, let alone when you add the future numbers,” Kerry said.
“I’m not recommending the population go down,” he added.
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“I think we have the life we have on the planet. And we have to respect life and we could do it in so many better ways than we’re doing now,” declared the jet-setting globalist elite who will remain insulated from the regressive policies he and the other globalist elites will foist on humanity in order to “save the planet.”