Prince Charles Orders British Commonwealth To Save World in 18 Months from Human Species, Climate Change
July 12, 2019 (EIRNS)—On July 11 Britain’s Prince of Wales Prince Charles—who will become head of the British Commonwealth and inherit the crown of 16 of its 53 member states of mostly former British Empire colonies—told that organization’s foreign ministers meeting in London that he is “firmly of the view that the next 18 months will decide our ability to keep climate change to survivable levels and to restore nature to the equilibrium we need for our survival.”
“Equilibrium” is a euphemism for zero growth, which leading economist Lyndon LaRouche identified in his 1972 pamphlet “Blueprint for Extinction” as Malthusian genocide. In that refutation of the Forrester-Meadows Limits to Growth fraud, and later in his 1983 book There Are No Limits to Growth, LaRouche demonstrated that zero growth of the economy, including the population, whether it’s called “equilibrium,” “sustainability,” or anything else, can never exist. The only options are growth or genocidal extinction.
The British Empire is dead set on the second, viewing human beings as no different from animals. Charles’s father, Prince Philip, co-founder of the leading Malthusian outfit, World Wildlife Fund, famously pronounced his desire in 1988 to cut what he called “human overpopulation” by being reincarnated as a “deadly virus.” The Royal Family considers 6 billion of the 7 billion human beings on the planet to be overpopulation.
Prince Charles insisted the British Commonwealth address the
“unparalleled challenges caused by rapid climate change and biodiversity loss.... Next year’s Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting ... will be an absolutely vital moment to consolidate consensus on the way forward, not least of which, will be the deliberations on how to increase the amount of private sector finance flowing towards supporting sustainable development throughout the Commonwealth.”