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harry (30.04.2010, 14:34)
I notice all these scumbag politicians now competing for greenie
credentials are ignoring thr elephant in the room. It all comes back
to one thing. Population. There are just too many people in the
world. It's therefor important to stop the surplus from elsewhere
overflowing into our patch.
Derek (30.04.2010, 15:13)
harry wrote:
> I notice all these scumbag politicians now competing for greenie
> credentials are ignoring thr elephant in the room. It all comes back
> to one thing. Population. There are just too many people in the
> world.


And how would YOU go about a remedy ?
pete (30.04.2010, 15:47)
On Fri, 30 Apr 2010 13:13:10 +0100, Derek wrote:
> harry wrote:
>> I notice all these scumbag politicians now competing for greenie
>> credentials are ignoring thr elephant in the room. It all comes back
>> to one thing. Population. There are just too many people in the
>> world.

> And how would YOU go about a remedy ?

Simple: get rid of the elephants, then there's be more room.
Beanpole (30.04.2010, 16:07)
pete wrote:
> On Fri, 30 Apr 2010 13:13:10 +0100, Derek wrote:
> Simple: get rid of the elephants, then there's be more room.


So you want nothing to do with the elephants. Where would you get your
food from and goods?
Ivan (30.04.2010, 16:46)
"harry" <haroldhrmtg> wrote in message
news:0775
> I notice all these scumbag politicians now competing for greenie
> credentials are ignoring thr elephant in the room. It all comes back
> to one thing. Population. There are just too many people in the
> world. It's therefor important to stop the surplus from elsewhere
> overflowing into our patch.

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Well even nice old liberals like David Attenborough (now patron of the
optimum population trust) are beginning to opine that it's all eventually
going to become totally unsustainable, however in my view it's a problem
that will take care of itself, i.e. when things start to go seriously tits
up, the survival of the fittest instinct will kick in and people will take
'whatever' steps are deemed necessary to guarantee their own survival.
John Turner (30.04.2010, 18:27)
"Beanpole" wrote

> So you want nothing to do with the elephants. Where would you get your
> food from and goods?


I didn't realise that you could eat elephant.

John.
Beanpole (30.04.2010, 18:34)
John Turner wrote:
> "Beanpole" wrote
>> So you want nothing to do with the elephants. Where would you get your
>> food from and goods?

> I didn't realise that you could eat elephant.
> John.


Delicous!
Beanpole (30.04.2010, 18:35)
Ivan wrote:
> "harry" <haroldhrmtg> wrote in message
> news:0775
> |
> Well even nice old liberals like David Attenborough (now patron of the
> optimum population trust) are beginning to opine that it's all
> eventually going to become totally unsustainable, however in my view
> it's a problem that will take care of itself, i.e. when things start to
> go seriously tits up, the survival of the fittest instinct will kick in
> and people will take 'whatever' steps are deemed necessary to guarantee
> their own survival.


Yes as in Africa you will find that governments shoot the civilians
on a 'less for them more for me' basis.
Ophelia (30.04.2010, 19:00)
"John Turner" <nospam> wrote in message
news:nz2d
> "Beanpole" wrote
>> So you want nothing to do with the elephants. Where would you get your
>> food from and goods?

> I didn't realise that you could eat elephant.


One must certainly can!
--
pete (30.04.2010, 22:17)
On Fri, 30 Apr 2010 16:27:32 +0100, John Turner wrote:
> "Beanpole" wrote
>> So you want nothing to do with the elephants. Where would you get your
>> food from and goods?

> I didn't realise that you could eat elephant.


Well, not a whole one
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