Prince William Warns : Too Many People Updated November 3, 2017 at 5:32 am

Prince William Warns : Too Many People


Hey Prince, next time you see both your children tell’m we all said “hey.”

So you must obey them and do everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach. (Matthew 23:3)


Sorry to hear Prince William that the rest of the royal family will not be having any more children. As I know the Royal Family will desire to set the example.

Just for the record earth does not have a population problem – it has a resource and distribution allocation problem. In short, a sin problem. You know, living in luxury, jet-set-flying around, living the high life, hob-knobbing at parties with reporters instead of doing real work kinda sin problem.

Might want to read from the failed predictions in the book, The Population Bomb. It was a complete dud.

The author though scaring a whole generation of dumb-downed students was wrong on every major prediction.


All of this junk reminds one of Greek philospher Hegesias of Cyrene who taught that suicide is the rational thing to do now – without – of course – himself committing suicide.

  • None of this, however, is as strong as the testimony of Cicero,[4] who claims that Hegesias wrote a book called Death by Starvation (Greek: ἀποκαρτερῶν), in which a man who has resolved to starve himself is introduced as representing to his friends that death is actually more to be desired than life, and that the gloomy descriptions of human misery which this work contained were so overpowering that they inspired many people to kill themselves, in consequence of which the author received the surname of Death-persuader (Peisithanatos). This book was published at Alexandria, where he was, in consequence, forbidden to teach by king Ptolemy II Philadelphus (285-246 BC).

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams
[proverbs 18:2]

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(—Rapidly growing human populations risk having a “terrible impact” on the world, the Duke of Cambridge has warned.

The Duke said that as a result, wildlife was being put under “enormous pressure” and called for the issue to be addressed with renewed vigour.

His concerns echo those of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, who in 2011 advocated “voluntary family limitation” as a means of solving overpopulation, which he described as the biggest challenge in conservation.

His grandson, royal patron of the Tusk Trust, told the charity’s gala dinner in London that measures needed to be taken to save certain animal populations.

“In my lifetime, we have seen global wildlife populations decline by over half,” he said.