Remember when people who enjoy not being sterilized against their will spoke out against John Holdren's nomination for Science Czar? Yeah, turns out folks weren't thrilled with the prospects of guy who conjured up the idea of a 'world government scheme' that would create programs to lower birth rates and control population growth using wonderful policies such as forced abortions, compulsory sterilizations, implanting capsules in people when they reach puberty, spiking the water supply and some foods with chemicals that make people sterile and more. All of this needed to be done because "to provide a high quality of life for all, there must be fewer people" Holdren and others wrote this in their 1977 book.
Hmmm, sounds like 1977 Holdren is rearing his ugly head again - this time he looks a lot like Al Gore. As The Blaze reported, Gore is calling for less humans on Earth, a goal that inherently will not have pleasant ideas behind achieving it. Gore is calling for fertility management - eerily in the same ballpark as Holdren's crazy fertility and sterilization ideas. It was only a matter of time before the eco-freaks started going down this road. After all, if you really truly believe humans are harming the planet to the point where it will kill all of us, it only makes sense to take drastic measures to save the Earth.
Is it unreasonable to assume that a new call for sterilization and caps on babies will come once again?