22 Nov: Ekow Yankah: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?

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* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 8:53 PM
Subject: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: Ekow Yankah <yankah@yu.edu>, Tucker Carlson <comments@foxnewsinsider.com>, Push Your Parents <info@pushyourparents.org>, “Stanley Druckenmiller via CSIS: Andrew Schwartz” <aschwartz@csis.org>, James Hanson <jeh1@columbia.edu>, Guy McPherson <guy.r.mcpherson@gmail.com>, Martin Halliwell <martinh@hcgroup.ca>, “HC Group: Jason Weck” <jasonw@hcgroup.ca>, Craig Rowe <craigr@hcgroup.ca>, William Rees <wrees@mail.ubc.ca>, “Dr. William Rees U-Columbia” <wrees@interchange.ubc.ca>, Postcarbon <info@postcarbon.org>, OIC Geneva <geneva@oic-oci.org>, General Secretariat <bo.cabinet@oic—oci.org>, Brussels <brussels@oic-oci.org>, Makiko Sato <mhs119@columbia.edu>, Jack Alpert <alpert@skil.org>
Cc: Safa Motesharrei <ssm@umd.edu>, Jorge Rivas <jorgerodrigorivas@gmail.com>, Eugenia Kalnay <ekalnay@atmos.umd.edu>, Jared Diamond <info@jareddiamond.org>, Joseph Tainter <joseph.tainter@usu.edu>, Nafeez Ahmed <nafeez.ahmed@iprd.org.uk>, IPR Office <iprdoffice@gmail.com>, Noam Chomsky via Valeria Chomsky <valeria.chomsky@gmail.com>, Susan L Woodward <SWoodward@gc.cuny.edu>, James C Scott <james.scott@yale.edu>, Brennan Kraxberger <bmkraxberger@gmail.com>, Daron Acemoglu <daron@mit.edu>, Sebastian Mallaby <smallaby@cfr.org>, Sebastian Ronin <novacadia@gmail.com>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:32 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: “Dr. Mathis Wackernagel” <mathis@footprintnetwork.org>, “Dr. Herman Daly via Steady State Economy” <info@steadystate.org>, “Int Soc for Ecological Economics: Secretariat Dir Anne Aitken” <secretariat@isecoeco.org>, “Center for Sustainable Economy: Office” <info@sustainable-economy.org>, “Snr Scientist: Alessandro Galli” <Alessandro.galli@footprintnetwork.org>, “A. Galli” <alessandro@footprintnetwork.org>, Melissa Fondakowski <melissa.fondakowski@footprintnetwork.org>, Sebastian Winkler <Sebastian.Winkler@footprintnetwork.org>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:33 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk2: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: “Global Integrity Project: CA: Laura Westra” <lwestra@interlog.com>, Colin Soskolne <colin.soskolne@ualberta.ca>, “NZ: Klaus Bosselmann” <k.bosselmann@auckland.ac.nz>, Jack Mano <jpmanno@esf.edu>, “Dr. William Rees U-Columbia” <wrees@interchange.ubc.ca>, William Rees <wrees@mail.ubc.ca>, “Natural Step International: IL: Michael Bitterman” <admin@thenaturalstep.co.il>, “NZ: ExDir: Ian Challenger” <tnsnz@thenaturalstep.org>, “Chair: Mardi Neumann” <mardi@ecome.co.nz>, “PT: Fnd: João Sousa Lara” <joao.slara@newext.biz>, António Vasconcelos <avasconcelos@newext.biz>, “SE: Office” <info@detnaturligasteget.se>, “NL: ExDir: Berend Aanraad” <info@thenaturalstep.nl>, “Natural Step International: Office” <info@naturalstep.ca>, “CN: Dir: Patrik Sandin” <patrik.sandin@thenaturalstep.org>, “SusAdv: Xiaojing Fei” <xiaojing.fei@thenaturalstep.org>, “SusAdv: Lin Zhang” <lin.zhang@thenaturalstep.org>, Millenium Institute <info@millennium-institute.org>, “Dr. Dana Cordell” <isf@uts.edu.au>, Utah Population and Environmental Coalition <contact@utahpop.org>, “INT: Sustentator” <energia@sustentator.com>, Eco Norfolk Island <office@econorfolk.nf>, Fundacion Neotropica <info@neotropica.org>, “UK: Welsh Assembly Gov” <CustomerHelp@wales.gsi.gov.uk>, Bioregional <info@bioregional.com>, New Economics Foundation <info@neweconomics.org>, Press <press@neweconomics.org>, Population Matters <enquiries@populationmatters.org>, “US: Info Grafik Inc” <Oren@infografik.com>, Natural Logic <info@natlogic.com>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:35 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk3: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: Earth Day Network <info@earthday.org>, “UK: Best Foot Forward: Dir: Chris Stanley” <chris.stanley@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Jon Taylor” <jon.taylor@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Sophia Traweek” <sophia.traweek@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Ben Tuxworth” <ben.tuxworth@anthesisgroup.com>, “AssPrt: Stephen Weir” <stephen.weir@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Josh Whitney” <josh.whitney@anthesisgroup.com>, Doug Lockwood <doug.lockwood@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Paul McNeillis” <paul.mcneillis@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Charles Perry” <charles.perry@anthesisgroup.com>, “SnrCslt: Jennifer Reed” <jennifer.reed@anthesisgroup.com>, “AssDir: Will Schreiber” <will.schreiber@anthesisgroup.com>, “ChTechAdv: Craig Simmons” <craig.simmons@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngDir-DE: Joerg Bentlage” <joerg.bentlage@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Brad Blundell” <brad.blundell@anthesisgroup.com>, “StyAdv: Nicky Chambers” <nicky.chambers@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Ian Forrester” <ian.forrester@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Jason Gooden” <jason.gooden@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: John Hennessey” <john.hennessey@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngPrt: Chris Jones” <chris.jones@anthesisgroup.com>, Best Foot Forward Office <info@anthesisgroup.com>, “CEO: Stuart McLachlan” <stuart.mclachlan@anthesisgroup.com>, “ExecChair: Malcolm Paul” <malcolm.paul@anthesisgroup.com>, “CFO: Alan Matthews” <alan.matthews@anthesisgroup.com>, “AssDir: Jono Adams” <jono.adams@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngPart: Andrew Armstrong” <andrew.armstrong@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Emma Armstrong” <emma.armstrong@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngDir: Paul Ashford” <paul.ashford@anthesisgroup.com>, “PE: Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru” <webmaster@pucp.pe>, Libelula <info@libelula.com.pe>, “SK: Korea Institute Center for Sustainable Development” <kicsd@kicsd.re.kr>, “UK: BRASS Centre at Cardiff Univ: Dir: Terry Marsden” <MarsdenTK@cardiff.ac.uk>, “Mng: Kath Evans” <EvansKA6@cardiff.ac.uk>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:37 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk4: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: “Global Integrity Project: CA: Laura Westra” <lwestra@interlog.com>, Colin Soskolne <colin.soskolne@ualberta.ca>, “NZ: Klaus Bosselmann” <k.bosselmann@auckland.ac.nz>, Jack Mano <jpmanno@esf.edu>, “Dr. William Rees U-Columbia” <wrees@interchange.ubc.ca>, William Rees <wrees@mail.ubc.ca>, “Natural Step International: IL: Michael Bitterman” <admin@thenaturalstep.co.il>, “NZ: ExDir: Ian Challenger” <tnsnz@thenaturalstep.org>, “Chair: Mardi Neumann” <mardi@ecome.co.nz>, “PT: Fnd: João Sousa Lara” <joao.slara@newext.biz>, António Vasconcelos <avasconcelos@newext.biz>, “SE: Office” <info@detnaturligasteget.se>, “NL: ExDir: Berend Aanraad” <info@thenaturalstep.nl>, “Natural Step International: Office” <info@naturalstep.ca>, “CN: Dir: Patrik Sandin” <patrik.sandin@thenaturalstep.org>, “SusAdv: Xiaojing Fei” <xiaojing.fei@thenaturalstep.org>, “SusAdv: Lin Zhang” <lin.zhang@thenaturalstep.org>, Millenium Institute <info@millennium-institute.org>, “Dr. Dana Cordell” <isf@uts.edu.au>, Utah Population and Environmental Coalition <contact@utahpop.org>, “INT: Sustentator” <energia@sustentator.com>, Eco Norfolk Island <office@econorfolk.nf>, Fundacion Neotropica <info@neotropica.org>, “UK: Welsh Assembly Gov” <CustomerHelp@wales.gsi.gov.uk>, Bioregional <info@bioregional.com>, New Economics Foundation <info@neweconomics.org>, Press <press@neweconomics.org>, Population Matters <enquiries@populationmatters.org>, “US: Info Grafik Inc” <Oren@infografik.com>, Natural Logic <info@natlogic.com>, Earth Day Network <info@earthday.org>, “UK: Best Foot Forward: Dir: Chris Stanley” <chris.stanley@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Jon Taylor” <jon.taylor@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Sophia Traweek” <sophia.traweek@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Ben Tuxworth” <ben.tuxworth@anthesisgroup.com>, “AssPrt: Stephen Weir” <stephen.weir@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Josh Whitney” <josh.whitney@anthesisgroup.com>, Doug Lockwood <doug.lockwood@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Paul McNeillis” <paul.mcneillis@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Charles Perry” <charles.perry@anthesisgroup.com>, “SnrCslt: Jennifer Reed” <jennifer.reed@anthesisgroup.com>, “AssDir: Will Schreiber” <will.schreiber@anthesisgroup.com>, “ChTechAdv: Craig Simmons” <craig.simmons@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngDir-DE: Joerg Bentlage” <joerg.bentlage@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Brad Blundell” <brad.blundell@anthesisgroup.com>, “StyAdv: Nicky Chambers” <nicky.chambers@anthesisgroup.com>, “Dir: Ian Forrester” <ian.forrester@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Jason Gooden” <jason.gooden@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: John Hennessey” <john.hennessey@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngPrt: Chris Jones” <chris.jones@anthesisgroup.com>, Best Foot Forward Office <info@anthesisgroup.com>, “CEO: Stuart McLachlan” <stuart.mclachlan@anthesisgroup.com>, “ExecChair: Malcolm Paul” <malcolm.paul@anthesisgroup.com>, “CFO: Alan Matthews” <alan.matthews@anthesisgroup.com>, “AssDir: Jono Adams” <jono.adams@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngPart: Andrew Armstrong” <andrew.armstrong@anthesisgroup.com>, “Prt: Emma Armstrong” <emma.armstrong@anthesisgroup.com>, “MngDir: Paul Ashford” <paul.ashford@anthesisgroup.com>, “PE: Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru” <webmaster@pucp.pe>, Libelula <info@libelula.com.pe>, “SK: Korea Institute Center for Sustainable Development” <kicsd@kicsd.re.kr>, “UK: BRASS Centre at Cardiff Univ: Dir: Terry Marsden” <MarsdenTK@cardiff.ac.uk>, “Mng: Kath Evans” <EvansKA6@cardiff.ac.uk>, “PolComm Mng: Ruth Lovell” <LovellRE@cardiff.ac.uk>, “Comm Ofc: Alys Morris” <MorrisA18@cardiff.ac.uk>, “NL: Waterfoot Print Network: PrjOfc: Nicolas Franke” <nicolas.franke@waterfootprint.org>, “PrjOfc: Daniel Zamanillo” <daniel.chico@waterfootprint.org>, “PrjOfc: Sameer Safaya” <sameer.safaya@waterfootprint.org>, “MadridAssc: Maite Aldaya” <maite.aldaya@waterfootprint.org>, “DenBoschAss: Derk Kuiper” <derk.kuiper@waterfootprint.org>, “Switzerland Ass: Erika Zarate” <erika.zarate@waterfootprint.org>, “NL: Water Footprint Network: Office” <info@waterfootprint.org>, “ExDir: Ruth Matthews” <ruth.mathews@waterfootprint.org>, “SciDir: Ashok Chapagain” <ashok.chapagain@waterfootprint.org>, “ProgDir: Guoping Zhang” <guoping.zhang@waterfootprint.org>, “KnowOfc: Xander de Bruine” <xander.debruine@waterfootprint.org>, “ProjMng: Ertug Ercin” <ertug.ercin@waterfootprint.org>, “PrjMng: Alexandra Freitas” <alexandra.freitas@waterfootprint.org>, “NL: Dutch Footprint Group: Chair: Jan Juffermans” <jan.juffermans@voetafdruk.eu>, “Sec: Hans Meek” <hans.meek@hetnet.nl>, “Broekland: Jaco Appelman” <info@fastfact.nl>, “Siegerswoude: Agaath Arends” <a.arends@xs4all.nl>, “Oosterbeek: Quintijn Hoogenboom” <q.hoogenboom@antenna.nl>, “Deventer: Rix Kijne” <rixkijne@hotmail.com>, “Wageningen: Hans Lyklema” <w.en.hlyklema@hetnet.nl>, “Winterswijk: Bert Vink” <bertvink@upcmail.nl>, “Bredevoort: Ruud van Wees” <ruudvanwees@lijbrandt.nl>, “NL: ICIS: Intnl Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development: Laura Kurth” <laura.kurth@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Lukas Figge <lukas.figge@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Veronique Vasseur <veronique.vasseur@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Toan Do Thanh <Toan.Dothanh@maastrichtuniversity.nl>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:39 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk5: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: Su-Mia Akin <su-mia.akin@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Sjouke Beemsterboer <sjouke.beemsterboer@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Sani Kosasih <sani.kosasih@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Nicole Rijkens-Klomp <n.rijkens@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Nia Hidayat <nia.hidayat@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Marck Oduber <marck.oduber@meteo.aw>, “NL: ICIS: Intnl Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development: Atika Wijaya” <atika.wijaya@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Bingtau Su <bingtao.su@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Bram Oosterbroek <lukas.figge@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Carijn Beumer <carijn.beumer@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Ceren Pekdemir <ceren.pekdemir@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Esther Sri Astuti <esther.sriastuti@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Jing Wang <jing.wang@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Joana Mattei Faggin <joana.matteifaggin@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Jules Hinssen <j.hinssen@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Julia Backhaus <j.backhaus@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Julian Blohmke <Julian.blohmke@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, “NL: ICIS: Intnl Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development: ResFellow: Anne-Francois Marique” <afmarique@ulg.ac.be>, Annemarie van Zeijl Rozema <a.vanzeijl@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Astrid Offermans <a.offermans@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Christian Scholl <christian.scholl@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Joop de Kraker <j.dekraker@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Marc Dijk <m.dijk@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Reina Pasma <reina.pasma@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Maud Huynen <m.huynen@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, “PhD Researchers: Anneloes Smitsman” <anneloes@ecolivinginaction.com>, Alexander Baker-Shelley <alex.baker-shelley@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, “JP: Ecological Footprint Japan” <infos@ecofoot.jp>, “NL: ICIS: Intnl Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development: Dir: Ron Corvers” <r.corvers@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, “MngDir: Anja van Bogaert” <al.vanbogaert@maastrichtuniversity.nl>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:42 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk6: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: “Sec: Annet Grol” <annet.grol@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, “Prof-Sci Dir: Pim Martens” <p.martens@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Jan Stel <janstel@skynet.be>, Rene Kemp <rene.kemp@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Pieter Glasbergen <pieter.glasbergen@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, Marjan Peeters <marjan.peeters@maastrichtuniversity.nl>, “IT: Univ of Genoa” <info@unige.it>, Asst <assistenza@unige.it>, Univ of Siena Ecodynamics Group <urp@unisi.it>, “Agenda 21 Consulting: Padova” <info@agenda21.it>, Trenti <alpi@agenda21.it>, Admin <amministrazione@agenda21.it>, Punto 3 <info@punto3.info>, Paulo Fabbri <paolo@punto3.info>, Marco Gianferrara <marco@punto3.info>, Filippo Lenzerini <filippo@punto3.info>, Pubblico <bertolla@ires.piemonte.it>, Admin <amministrazione@ires.piemonte.it>, Editor <editoria@ires.piemonte.it>, “IN: Gujarat Inst of Dev Research” <gidr@gidr.ac.in>, “Dir: Keshab Das” <keshabdas@gmail.com>, Tara Nair <tara@gidr.ac.in>, Tara H <tara01@gmail.com>, N Lalitha <lalithanarayanan@gmail.com>, PK Viswanathan <pkviswam@gmail.com>, Jharna Pathak <fmjharna@gmail.com>, J Pathak <fmjharna@yahoo.com>, Rudra Mishra <rudraam@gmail.com>, Itishree Pattnaik <itipattnaik7@gmail.com>, I Pattnaik <itishreep@gidr.ac.in>, Madhusudan Bandi <madhusudan_bandi@gidr.ac.in>, Amrita Ghatak <amritaeconomics@gmail.com>, A Ghatak <amrita@gidr.ac.in>, Chandra Bahinipati <chandra@gidr.ac.in>, Lella Visaria <visaria@gidr.ac.in>, L Visaria <lvisaria@gmail.com>, Confederation of Indian Industry <info@cii.in>
* Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 9:43 PM
Subject: Ftpt Ntwk7: Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?
To: “FR: Ecole Nationale Superieur des Mines de Saint-Etienne” <webmaster@emse.fr>, “HU: Dandelion Environmental Consulting and Service Ltd” <info@dandeliongroup.hu>, Innovation for Sustainable Development Association <info@iffegyesulet.hu>, “KOVET: Association for Sustainable Economics” <info@kovet.hu>, “CH: Bank Sarasin” <switzerland@jsafrasarasin.com>, Media <media@jsafrasarasin.com>, “FFGS: Foundation for Global Sustainability” <contact@ffgs.org>, “CL: Recycla Chile” <info@recycla.cl>, “CO: Centro Nacional de Consultoria: Bogota” <cnc@cnccol.com>, Cali <cnccali@cnccol.com>, Bucaramanga <cncbmanga@cnccol.com>, Barranquilla <cncbquilla@cnccol.com>, “ALISOS: Alianzas para la sostenibilidad: Helena Hernandez” <helena.hernandez@alisos.net>, Maria Camila Lopez <camila.lopez@alisos.net>, Elena Beltran <elena.beltran@alisos.net>, “CA: British Columbia Inst of Tech: MedRel Mng: Dave Pinton” <dave_pinton@bcit.ca>, “MedRel Coord: Jocelyn Leszczynski” <jleszczynski2@bcit.ca>, “ICLEI: Local Governments for Sustainability: Membership” <membership@iclei.org>, Communications <media@iclei.org>, Climate <climate.center@iclei.org>, General <iclei@iclei.org>, One Earth Initiative Office <info@oneearthweb.org>, Sustainable Scale Project <jacksb@sustainablescale.org>, “AU: EcoSTEPS” <answers@ecosteps.com.au>, The Footprint Company <help@footprintcompany.com.au>, Zero Waste SA <zerowaste@zerowaste.sa.gov.au>, “BO: FAN – Fundacion Amigos de la Naturaleza” <fan@fan-bo.org>, “BE: Climact SA” <info@climact.com>, EcoRes <info@ecores.eu>, Globexs <info@globexs.com>, “BZ: Ecossistemas Design Ecologico” <contato@ecossistemas.net>, Instituto Jatobas <institutojatobas@institutojatobas.org.br>, “AE: AGEDI: Abu Dabhi Global Env Data Initiative” <info@agedi.ae>, Emirates Environmental Group <info@earthday.org>, “EWS-WWF: Office” <info@ewswwf.ae>, Reem Al Thawadi <ralthawadi@ewswwf.ae>, “AR: Inst Nacional de Tecnologia Industrial” <consultas@inti.gob.ar>, “AT: Footprint Consult EU” <Wolfgang.Pekny@footprint.at>, CERAG <office@cerag.at>, “SERI: Sustainable Europe Research Institute” <office@seri.at>

TO: Ekow Yankah & Tucker Carlson.
TO: Push Your Parents, Stan Druckenmiller, James Hansen.
TO: Dr William Rees, Jack Alpert, James Corbett & OIC
TO: Guy McPherson, Paul Beckwith & Martin Halliwell
CC: Failed States Authors
CC: Global Footprint Network Standards Committee & Partners [sent sepately].

Ekow Yankah & Tucker Carlson
Ref: New York Times: Can My Children be Friends with White People. Liberty Hound: “Can My Kids Be Friends with White People?” Tucker Interviews Ekow Yankah About His Op-Ed.

Push Your Parents. Stan Druckenmiller, James Hansen:
Ref: Should Children be Friends with their parents pension funds?: Push Your Parents: Mom & Dad Your Pension is Gambling with our Future. The Leap TV: Stan Druckenmiller: Generational Equity Slides. Stephen Parkhurst: Millenials: We Suck and We’re Sorry. The Guardian: Parents: your pensions are screwing up your children’s future. Amazon: Bruce Cannon Gibney: A Generation of Sociopaths: How the Baby Boomers Betrayed America; Reviews: Boston Globe: How the baby boomers destroyed everything; Huffington Post: Are Baby Boomers A ‘Generation Of Sociopaths’?. Clean Technica: James Hansen Issues New Young People’s Burden Report On Climate Change. Columbia: Earth Institute: Young People’s Burden.

Dr William Rees, Jack Alpert, James Corbett & OIC:
Ref: Resilience: What, Me Worry? Humans Are Blind to Imminent Environmental Collapse. Corbett Report: The Saudi Purge is a Global Crisis.

Guy McPherson, Paul Beckwith & Martin Halliwell:
Ref: Nature Bats Last: A Conversation with Guy McPherson, Paul Beckwith and Martin Halliwell. EoP v G McPherson [eop-v-grm.tygae.org.za]

Failed States Authors
If Social Contract allows Ecological Overshoot x Resource Inequality » Failed State:
Ref: Safa Motesharrei, Jorge Rivas & Eugenia Kalnay: Human (Predator) and Nature (Prey) Dynamics (HANDY) studies [Copy at mg-nasa.tygae.org.za]. Jared Diamond: Why Do Societies Collapse; Joseph Tainter: Collapse of Complex Societies. Nafeez Ahmed: Failing States, Collapsing Systems: BioPhysical Triggers of Political Violence. Noam Chomsky: Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy. Susan L Woodward: The Ideology of Failed States: Why Intervention Fails. James C Scott: Seeing like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed. Brennan Kraxberger: Failed States: Realities, Risks and Responses. Daron Acemoglu: Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty. Sebastian Mallaby: The World’s Banker: A Story of Failed States, Financial Crises, and the Wealth and Poverty of Nations. Sebastian Ronin: Anschluss: The Politics of Vesica Piscis: Energy Devolution, Ethno Nationalism, and the Secessionist Fracturing of the Industrial Nation State: A Polemic. Guillaume Faye: Archeofuturism: European Visions of the Post-Catastrophic Age.

Global Footprint Network Standards Committee & Partners
Ref: EoP v Nobel [eop-v-nobel.tygae.org.za]

Mr Yankah et al:

Can Children be Friends with White/Black Adults/their Parents Pension Funds?

This multitasking War Crimes aka Crimes of Aggression correspondence – on behalf of EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za] whose preferences are available at Eco & Ego Literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] –  informs recipients of EoP v WiP Negotiations [eop-v-wip.tygae.org.za].

All EoP National and New World Order Social Contract Legal Submissions are essentially Truth & Reconciliation submissions; which (a) clearly and simply clarify the – ‘right to breed/consume’ clauses of intnl law – root causes of all racial, religious, etc resource conflict; and (b) provide those guilty – plausibly due to lack of ego or ecological literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] – of scarcity combatant crimes of aggression contributions to resource conflict; the opportunity to take responsibility for their breeding/consumption transgressions [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za]; by cooperating [eop-cooperator.tygae.org.za] to implement an EoP New World Order Social Contract that shall require all citizens of all nations, races and religions to procreate and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits.

More specifically: EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za] TRC process advocate’s the implementation of an EoP Scientific and Cultural Law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] international law social contract that shall (a) require all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za]; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za]; (b) nationalize all property [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za] and provide all responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath [eop-axis-oath.tygae.org.za] citizens a property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za] to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.

If or when EoP intl law is implemented; EoP Scientific and Cultural Law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] shall allow for Cultural Law Territorial Self Rule for Groups with Subjective Racial, Religious& Gender Culture-Conflict Identities [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za]; as long as such cultural laws abide by EoP Scientific laws and are based upon fully informed consent of all individuals.

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Mr Yankah & Carlson:

If it comes to a war between the races; I’ll side with the bears.” – Dave Foreman
» Earth First!: The Politics of Radical Environmentalism.

In the Ecology of Peace culture; the level of another individuals practice of ego/eco literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] is the process for determining whether another person is worthy of your time, attention and resources to ascertain whether they are committed to building a relationship of mutual trust for each others wellbeing: how sincere they are about their own, their race, their religion, their culture, the environment that provides the resources for their and everyone’s survival, and your wellbeing.

Social worker Brene Brown’s ‘Anatomy of Trust’ has many similarities to EoP culture Ego literacy; although – for unknown reasons – she excludes Eco Literacy.

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Push Your Parents, et al:

Open society is sort of a middle ground, which is neither market fundamentalism, nor communism, socialism or nationalism. It is the recognition that all our systems are flawed, all our concepts are flawed and we must aim for improvement. … I would rather be remembered as someone who contributed something to philosophy, than someone who made allot of money. – George Soros, Charlie Rose 1998.

The [WiP] global economy is coming apart at the seams and the world needs to be protected from [WiP right to breed/consume] policies that enable people like George Soros [and Mark Zuckerberg, Ted Turner III, Charles Koch, Dennis Banks, Jacob Zuma, Cliven Bundy and Brad Blanton]. The [WiP] system is broke and it needs fixing. I think all players should be regulated. There have to be [EoP breeding and consumption] rules of the game – [EoP Amended] George Soros 1998, 60 Minutes.
– IG: 17-08-05_gsoros-drainswampponziecon-forpol.

To the extent that you, your friends, your climate change experts, your parents and their pension funds, are willing to learn ego/eco literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] skills to be able to confidently sign your Ecology of Peace Truth and Reconciliation [eop-trc-ds.tygae.org.za] responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oaths; to provide a mandate to world leaders to implement an Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] international law social contract enabling humane and orderly de-industrialization and depopulation return to living in according to ecological carrying capacity limits; you/they have sincere concerns about each others — non-violent, rational cooperative equitable sustainable future resource conflict problem solving – wellbeing.

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Mr Corbett:

“Climate change and global warming is anthropogenic and may have been underestimated. We have only one planet as our habitat for the foreseeable future and it is facing a crisis of unimaginable proportions. .. Climate change is of particular concern for OIC Member States lying in climate-sensitive regions which are already aggravated by desertification, drought, degradation of land and water, especially the marine environment and fisheries therein.” – Insurge Intelligence: OIC Documents reveal Middle East regimes fear food, water, energy shortages.

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EoP Summary of EoP Mitigation or WiP Aggravation of Failed State Future Options:

 Genghis Green Reforestation: Legal EoP Global One Child Intl Law; Military Ethics Q: Whom Should Military Kill; or Failed State Nuke industrial accidents.

The Genghis Khan the Green massive depopulation/reforestation effect option — as suggested to Cop21 [eop-cop21.tygae.org.za] and CPAC 17 [eop-cpac17.tygae.org.za] — can be accomplished non-violently and orderly via implementation of EoP Intnl law; violently and orderly via Military HAARP/EMP Nukes’ etc depopulation measures; and in the absence of those will be accomplished by Failed State collapse and its accompanied 509 Chernobyl nuclear industrial accidents; rapid depopulation Armageddon Four Horses.

Genghis Khan The Green EoP Reforestation Effect:

If EoP Cop21/CPAC17 Root Cause Problem Solving Implemented for humane deindustrialization and depopulation; it would have greater positive effects on re-forestation, biodiversity and climate change than the extremely violent depopulation implemented by Genghis Khan the Green.

Genghis Khan has been branded the greenest invader in history – after his murderous conquests killed so many people that huge swathes of cultivated land returned to forest. The Mongol leader, who established a vast empire between the 13th and 14th centuries, helped remove nearly 700 million tons of carbon from the atmosphere, claims a new study. The deaths of 40 million people meant that large areas of cultivated land grew thick once again with trees, which absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. And, although his methods may be difficult for environmentalists to accept, ecologists believe it may be the first ever case of successful manmade global cooling.

Genghis Khan and his Mongol hordes had an impact on the global carbon cycle as big as today’s annual demand for gasoline. The Black Death, on the other hand, came and went too quickly for it to cause much of a blip in the global carbon budget. Dwarfing both of these events, however, has been the historical trend towards increasing deforestation, which over centuries has released vast amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, as crop and pasture lands expanded to feed growing human populations. Even Genghis Kahn couldn’t stop it for long.

“.. humans started to influence the environment thousands of years ago by changing the vegetation cover of the Earth‘s landscapes when we cleared forests for agriculture.”

— Coupled climate–carbon simulations indicate minor global effects of wars and epidemics on atmospheric CO2 between AD 800 and 18501 study by Julia Pongratz; article: Genghis Khan the GREEN: Invader killed so many people that carbon levels plummeted; Carnegie: War, Plague No Match for Deforestation in Driving CO2 Buildup.
– SQSwans: Genghis Khan the GREEN: Invader killed so many people that carbon levels plummeted.

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We need some sort of relationship like that between Washington and Beijing today, I think. And I do not mean in any way that we should rule the world together. What I mean is the [ecological & economic collapse consequences of WiP ‘right to breed/consume above ecological carrying capacity limits’ intnl law] challenges like we’re going to confront in the 21st century, challenges that could be [species ending] existential, challenges like climate change, challenges like enough water to drink, enough food to eat, and so forth — I’ve seen some projections that say — by climatologists whose views I respect, that say by the end of this century we could have only arable land and water enough for some half-billion people. What do we do with the other 9 billion? Where do we bury them? How do we deal with that kind of massive change in human relationships with this planet? So these are huge challenges. So what I’m saying is you need this kind of great-power relationship, this great-state relationship to begin to lead the [EoP truth and reconciliation responsible freedom] way for others to follow. — [EoP Amended] Lawrence Wilkerson: Real News: Reality Asserts Itself: Who Makes US Foreign Policy .. If we Remain Predators, the Planet will cast us off.
– The Real News: Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay: Lawrence Wilkerson: Who Makes Foreign Policy? 01:02; If We Remain Predators; the Planet Will Cast us off: 03.
» SQSwans: Reports: Wilkerson: Who Makes US Foreign Policy .. if we Remain Predators, Planet will Cast us Off
» IG: 17-08-08_derrickjensen-lwilkersonpjay; 17-09-08_vic-devilsbridge.

Legal Rapid depopulation reasonably non-violently, orderly and humanely:

Implement EoP intl law: making China’s one child law global, and also require consumption reduction to below carrying capacity limits; with strict breeding/consumption crimes of aggression [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za] humane elimination from planetary genepool penalties for cheaters.

Implement [EoP – breed & consume below ecological carrying capacity limits – Intnl Law] Family Planning for [orderly & humane de-population & de-industrialization race, religious & cultural planetary] Revolution!

Deng Xiaoping introduced China’s one child policy in 1978-79, to halt – an average of 6 children per family – population growth. On 25 Sep 1980 an official public letter called on all citizens to adhere to the one child policy. The One Child policy was enacted and managed by the National Population and Family Planning Commission, through incentives, persuasion and coercion. Unofficial figures claim approximately 300-400 million births were prevented between 1978-2015. A 2008 survey reported that 76% of the Chinese public support the law. Less than 10% of Chinese families have taken advantage of the Chinese governments relaxation of the law to a two child policy; citing environmental and economic reasons for their adherence to the one child policy rule.
– IG: 17-08-30_garrettmurtaugh-cnfamplanning.

Judge Jason Brent: One Child: Who Can & Cannot Reproduce Proposal:

The action I am initially proposing is value neutral and does not favor or harm any individual or group. The action I am proposing will be applied to every person or group without favoring anyone. The action is very simple—limit the right of any male to father only one live child and limit the right of every woman to one live birth. In simple terms a couple is limited to one and only one child—not one child for the male and one child for the female.

These limitations would be applied to every single human being without regard to race, religion, national origin or anything else and it would be absolute, no exceptions. It would be applied without regard for wealth, or the lack of wealth, and it would be applied without regard for the country of birth or residence of either the male or female. It would be applied without regard to intelligence, or the lack thereof, and without regard of the ability of the male or female to function in society. (At a later date when a method was agreed upon relating to dividing human beings into two groups, the ability to function in society would be considered in relation to who could or could not reproduce.) The right to either father a child or for a female to give birth could not be sold or transferred; it would be personal to the individual. If a live child were born with a birth defect or with some other disability it would not permit either the father or mother to produce another child. Each couple would have the right to have all appropriate pre-natal tests to determine if the child in the womb would be born with a birth or genetic defect and if the chance existed that the child would be born with such a defect to have an abortion.

Since survival of our species depends on the one child rule, under my proposal any attempt to evade the rule would result in death of the evader and of any second child. The rule to be fair must be absolute, without a single exception. If the female cannot or refuses to provide the name of the father she and the child shall be immediately executed. All of the ideas set forth in this paragraph may be considered horrible and inhumane. However, since they will be applied equally, no individual or group is harmed except to the extent that an individual cannot either father or give birth to a second child. The harm caused to the individual and the harm caused to all of humanity by enforcing the one child rule set forth above is miniscule compared to the harm which all of humanity would suffer if population were not reduced.

Since the birth of a child is very hard to hide, there must be communal responsibility and accountability for any attempt to do so. Those who knowingly failed to report the birth of a second or any higher number of children would themselves be subject to the very same severe punishment that would be meted out to the parents of the second or higher numbered child—no religious, cultural or ethnic exemptions would obtain. Humanity cannot consider the evasion of the single child rule a game to be played with a minor penalty, if caught. No group or individual could be permitted any evasion of the one child rule a that would lead to a disparity among groups and among individuals causing irreparable harm to the entire system established to reduce population. Should this sanction seem barbaric or draconian, it is surely less draconian in its effects than the merciless verdict of nature upon a species that refuses to contain its expansion.

In order for this proposal to be fair, equitable and workable, society and governments would be required to take action today to provide the means for every human being to control his or her fertility, to give everyone on the face of the earth the ability to limit birth to a single child. Governments would be required to devote a whatever portion of their Gross Domestic Product is necessary to the provision of artificial birth control devices of any and all types including sterilization, at low or no cost as appropriate, to their citizens, no matter the age of the citizens once a citizen reaches the age he/she can physically reproduce. This would also include instruction as how to use the devices. This would also include education of both males and females that the birth of a second child would result in the execution of the father and mother as well as the child. Governments would be required to provide safe, as much as any medical procedure can be safe, and low cost or free access to abortion. If any person, either male or female, had more than two failures of birth control devices, it would be conclusively presumed that the person was unable to use birth control devices and the person would be physically and permanently sterilized.

If poor nations were unable to devote the necessary funds to accomplish the one child rule in five years, the rich nations of the world would be required to assist the poor nations, after an evaluation that the poor nations were doing the best they could under some reasonable standard. Since survival of our species depends on reducing population below the current 6.7 billion humans now alive, the necessary funds to establish the system to control population must be made available. It should be emphasized that a “One-Child-Per-Family” (OCPF) law that is almost completely effective will not suffice. It must be totally and universally effective. After a five year preparation period, the rule must be enforced. The reduction in population would continue under the one child rule until all of humanity agreed upon the method and criteria necessary to implement the two group solution described herein. Population would continue to be reduced pursuant to the method and criteria of the two group solution until it reached 300 million or some other lower number agreed upon by humanity. The number finally agreed upon would be based on the ability of the earth to provide resources for humanity to maintain an acceptable standard of living for a minimum of 25,000 years. And 25,000 years is infinitely small when compared to the 160 million years the dinosaurs ruled the earth.

No doubt any proposal that would recommend capital punishment for transgressors of the One-Child-Per-Family law presently evokes immediate revulsion and rejection. Outside the context of an imminent die-off, given our heritage of moral, religious and cultural programming, I would be surprised if it didn’t. An example which shows that morality changes when circumstances change follows. Any Londoner who proposed in August 1938 that the Royal Air Force should one day bomb German cites with women and children in them would be summarily dismissed as a callous barbarian. But just two years later Londoners were clamoring for that action. Reality has a way of effecting abrupt ethical changes. What is not presently comprehended by almost all of humanity is that we are now in an emergency. Our species is on the brink of an unparalleled catastrophe—our destruction and the destruction of our civilization. It is a matter of complete indifference to me that many, if not all, readers will find the execution of anyone having a second child to be horrible and against every moral precept they learned or understood was applicable to humanity. The problem is not that my prescriptions are immoral or horrible. Rather the problem is that the situation humanity finds itself in is horrible. I will now remind the readers that under the law I propose every individual would be well aware of the consequences of flouting the law. Which of the two evils is worse— a) executing anyone who knowingly violates the one child rule; or b) not reducing population such that the vast majority or probably all of humanity is destroyed? Under this system fertility drugs would not be permitted or if they were permitted and used, only one child would be permitted to be born alive or the rest would be destroyed at birth, if more than one were born alive. If a women gave birth to more than one child and fertility drugs or any other actions to increase fertility or the number of children born were not the cause, those children would be permitted to live. Each individual will have a very clear choice—execution or birth control or sterilization or abortion or abstinence.
– SQSwans: Humans: An Endangered Species V: A Proposal: How to Determine Who Can and Who Cannot Reproduce; by Judge Jason Brent.

Jack Alpert: Q: How Many Children Per Family Lead to Peace? A: One.

In Peace seekers have no plan for enduring peace, Dr. Jack Alpert argues that Peaceniks failure to move society from conflict to peace, their establishment of never ending or honoured “peace accords, moral codes, acts of economic justice, and environmental laws, are like traffic signals” which “cause people to relinquish freedoms” but, “do not stop (change) the behaviors that increase scarcity, conflict, and environmental destruction”: “result from a faulty perception of what increases or decreases conflict. Where, peace seekers have acted as if conflict is caused by bad leadership maybe they should have acted as if trends in conflict are driven by trends in scarcity. Maybe they would have been more successful if they acted as if trends in scarcity are driven by the collective behaviors of 6 billion people. That while each individual acts benignly to achieve personal objectives the unintentional result is an increase in scarcity and conflict.”

Another reason for ignoring the above view of human conflict – according to Dr. Alpert — is that peace seekers, even when successful at restraining the police, military or mediating hostilities, do not change our course toward conflict. They only delay it. In the process, peace seekers consume the very energy required to change the things that would make societies head toward peace.

In Human Predicament: Better Common Sense Required: The Future of Social Conflict, Jack Alpert challenges us to answer two questions Corporate Oligarchs who profit from Unsustainable procreation (demand for more consumers), production and consumption, including its scarcity-conflict resource war consequences; do not want citizens, politicians, police, judges, prosecutors and those tasked with national security to ask themselves.

Let’s consider that Peace and conflict are defined not as descriptions of behaviour between nations, but as trends describing social conditions. Put differently: Conflict is not defined as the violence between neighbours and nations, but as the unwanted intrusion of one person’s existence and consumption behaviour upon another person.

There are two kinds of conflict:

* Direct: he took my car, he enslaved me, he beat me, he raped me, he killed me; and Indirect. Indirect intrusions are the by-product of other people’s behaviour.

* Indirect: ‘All the trees on our island were consumed by our grandparents,’ is an indirect intrusion of a past generation on a present one. ‘The rich people raised the price of gasoline and we can’t afford it,’ and ‘The government is offering people welfare to breed more children’ are current economic and demographic intrusions by one present group on another present group. Free Trade enabling overexploitation, overproduction and overconsumption of a nation natural capital resources is an economic intrusion by one set of oligarchs upon another set of citizens whose lives depend on such natural capital.

System conflict is the sum of intrusions experienced by each constituent, summed over all the constituents. A measure of the existing global conflict is the sum of six billion sets of direct and indirect intrusions. A measure of the UK’s conflict is the sum of 62 million sets of direct and indirect intrusions.

Using this definition of conflict, any citizen, politician, policeman, judge or legislator sincerely concerned about finding out whether and how the United Kingdom’s socio-economic and political system is moving towards peace or towards conflict; can do so, by determining the answers to the following questions:

Procreation Footprint: How many children per family leads to peace; or conversely how many children per family, contributes to greater resource scarcity, and exponential increase in conflict, i.e. an individuals’ ‘breeding war combatant’ status? [According to the research of Dr. Jack Alpert, the global answer – currently based on current population numbers — is one child per family leads to peace; two or more children leads to conflict]

Production/Consumption Carbon Footprint: How much exploitation and production of non-renewable and renewable natural resources relative to the nation’s Natural Capital carrying capacity footprint leads to peace; or conversely how much of a nation’s non-renewable and renewable natural resources can or should a corporation exploit into production of consumer goods, before such exploitation and production contributes to greater resource scarcity and exponential increase in conflict; i.e. a corporations ‘production combatant’ status? [All utilization of non-renewable natural resources—fossil fuels, metals, and minerals—at any level, contributes to scarcity-conflict. Peaceful utilization of Aquatic, terrestrial, and atmospheric natural habitats requires that they be degraded only at levels less than or equal to the levels at which they are regenerated by Nature. Exploiting renewable resources above their capacity to regenerate is not sustainable and does not contribute to peaceful resource relations; i.e. contribute to scarcity-conflict.]

In the absence of the worlds political, economic and corporate leaders confronting and acknowledging the difference between sustainable peaceful consumption and procreation and unsustainable scarcity-conflict aggravating consumption and procreation; and implementing legislation and Jurisprudence in accordance thereto; Dr. Alpert provides proof how the global AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence Suicide Freight Train has as much chance of muddling through the coming ‘Falling Man Syndrome’ Crisis of Conflict, as an individual sitting in an unbelted car crash. (Non-Linearity and Social Conflict)

Alpert compares humanity’s belief that “in 200 years, our Right to Breed and consume has resulted in the exponential consumption of over half of the Earth’s resources, and nothing bad has happened yet”; to a man who has fallen out of a 150 story building, passing the window of the 60th story, calling out to a friend “‘I’ve fallen 90 stories in the past 5 seconds and nothing bad has happened yet”.
— SS DEFCON: SQSwans: Jack Alpert.

Military Rapid depopulation can also be accomplished orderly and violently:

Military Options to enable quick consumption/population reduction of big carbon footprint nations such as USA; and/or enable quick reforestation of habitats that would enable quick reforestation: egsample: Brazil/Tropical Forests [William Laurance: Tropical Forest destruction in Brazil] & India: * HAARP dieoff: * EMP nuke: Hedgehog: Imminent EMP Event on US & Societal Collapse; and possibly a whole host of other classified mass killing military options, we don’t even know about.

In Covert Operations of the NSA John St Clair Akwei; a former NSA employee describes how the NSA can psychotronically manipulate the thoughts and bodily functions of any individual on the planet. Put differently; the NSA or any other nations intelligence agencies; such as Britain’s MI6, or Russia’s FSB/KGB; or Israel’s Mossad; can remotely manipulate the thoughts of any one or more persons; and the internal organs in their body; such as induce a heart attack or stroke, pull a tendon or muscle; fill the lungs with water to induce pneumonia [..]; and aggravate an already inflamed intestine to activate an gastrointestinal bleeding attack, put a village to sleep; influence the behaviour or dieoff of animals; etc.

In Angels Don’t Play this HAARP, Dr. Nick Begich and Jeanne Manning provide a detailed overview of HAARP technology and its capabilities to: disrupt human mental processes; jam all global communications systems; change weather patterns over large areas; interfere with wildlife migration patterns; negatively affect one or more individuals health; unnaturally impact the Earth‘s upper atmosphere. Vladimir Zhirinovsky: Scalar Weaponry.
EoP Axis Military Necessity Evacuation: Overview.

Failed State Depopulation: Race, Religious, Class Warlords Anarchy:

In the absence of the former legal and/or military orderly options; upon the collapse of the state and the accompanied 509 Chernobyl nuclear industrial accidents; rapid depopulation Armageddon Four Horses will accomplish their versions of depopulation.

Thirty years after the accident, these woodlands increased up to one half or more times, so now approximately 70 percent of the area is forest. – Sergei Gaschak
– National Geographic: 30 Years After Chernobyl: Nature is Thriving

Conclusion:

Put simply: If you don’t want to cooperate to implement non-violent, orderly EoP Scientific and Cultural [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] Intl law rapid depopulation; the Military DeIndustrialization / Depopulation Reforestation Legal Ethics Question is: Whom should the Military Kill?; to enable the military rapid depopulation and reforestation option?

Either the current birth [& consumption] rates must come down [to below ecological carrying capacity limits, via the implementation of an EoP intl law social contract; enabling humane and orderly de-industrialization and depopulation return to living in harmony with to Carrying Capacity limits law] more quickly; or the current death rates must go up [in a WiP Financial or Military DieOff Clusterfuck]. There is no other way. – [EoP Amended] Robert McNamara
– EoP Leg Sub: EoP v WiP Military.

If you don’t want to cooperate to implement non-violent, orderly EoP Scientific and Cultural [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] Intl law rapid depopulation; do you sincerely care about (i) yourself, your own future wellbeing; (ii) your children, parents, siblings, friends, colleagues wellbeing?

A copy of this correspondence shall be documented at EoP Legal Submissions [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za].

Respectfully,

Lara Johnstone, aka Andrea Muhrrteyn [EoP Oath PDF]
PO Box 5042, George East, 6539, RSA
GMC 4643-13 & 2578-14 Pro Se Applicant
Former MILED Clerk & Acting Clerk

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Ekow Yankah & Tucker Carlson:
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Push Your Parents. Stan Druckenmiller, James Hansen:
Push Your Parents (info@pushyourparents.org); Stanley Druckenmiller via CSIS: Andrew Schwartz (aschwartz@csis.org); James Hanson (jeh1@columbia.edu); Makiko Sato (mhs119@columbia.edu).

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William Rees, Jack Alpert, James Corbett & OIC:
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