This argument goes without saying that “mass slaughter is a crime against humanity and should never be proposed as their solution to any human problem.”
– Even if overpopulation was a problem, to enforce a genocide among a certain group, in this case the unborn children, is a eugenics tactic.
– “There are currently 7.5 billion people on the planet, but we could easily feed with current agricultural technology twice that number.”
– Around the world birth rates have fallen and the numbers of the elderly are dramatically increasing.
– “For decades, people took dynamism and economic growth for granted and saw population growth as a problem. Now we’ve gone to the other extreme and it’s clear that young people are the scarce resource. In the 21st century, the U.S could be the slowly aging leader of a rapidly aging world.” – David Brooks [The New York Times]