Tag: depopulation

Why do corporations want their employees to be childless as firms pay for abortions

The decision of the US Supreme Court that abortion is not a constitutional right has infuriated supporters of the Democratic Party, and major US companies have said they will pay their employees for abortions, Fox News reports. According to broadcaster Tucker Carlson, the reason is that a childless workforce is easier and cheaper to exploit, but many Americans do not understand this and mindlessly repeat the propaganda of ‘global capitalism’.
So what is it? Why does the thought of having children cause such anger in these people? Where does this attitude come from? It turns out that from the same place where the Democratic Party now adopts its attitude towards everything else, directly from American corporations.

George Soros Joined Henry Kissinger in the Anti-Semitic Blame Game

On November 5, 2003 billionaire financier and speculator George Soros, during a live interview at a conference of the Jewish Funders Network, enraged many of the Jews in attendance when he claimed that Jews themselves were responsible for the rise of antisemitism: When asked about anti-Semitism in Europe, Soros, who is Jewish, said European anti-Semitism is the result of the policies of Israel and the United States.

Climate change is not your fault. This is a consequence of capitalism

Umair Haque, is one of the leading thinkers of our time. Some people think that we eat too much meat. We travel by plane; we travel by car. And so, you need to strive for self-restraint. And the more selflessly you do it, the better. This is how we save the planet. However, the truth is that 70% of CO2 EMISSIONS are generated by just the 100 largest corporations on the planet.

Hundreds of Little White Crosses will be Silent No More

On March 29th the ‘Silent No More’ movement was officially born in New Zealand. It was an event that was created out of a collective vision and a collective effort of numerous passionate New Zealanders from around the country who all had a shared desire and need to come together to tell their story and to just be heard. People from right across the country gathered in front of parliament in a memorial service grieving together, to tell their stories together, and to deliver their petition with 12,000 signatures gathered in just 5 days to parliament.