Jon Rappoport notes 88-year-old Jane’s calm call for global genocide and has just a few questions in Jane Goodall: reset world population at 461 million
Primatologist Jane Goodall says major current global issues would be solved if we went back to the population level of 500 years ago. That’s 461 million people. Down from 7.7 billion.
I have questions for Jane.
First, the tiresome obvious ones: Who’s in charge? Who decides who’s left after the culling? Who’s left after the culling? Does Joe Scarborough have to survive?
Will you start the ball rolling by killing yourself, Jane?
Will any chimpanzees be wiped out?
Will Chelsea Clinton and Meghan Markle make it through?
Will officials announce the culling? In what tone of voice?
Would you favor a vaccine as the method, Jane? For example, the current COVID shots?
Will the 461 million people who survive do so by sheltering together in one place? Vatican City? The South Side of Chicago?
Can we vote to make sure certain people are wiped out?
If I want my NFL Sunday package to survive, which cable provider do I pay? Or should I assume the talent on the field will be so watered down, the games will be unwatchable?
What will the people in charge do, once the population is reduced to 461 million, to make sure the numbers don’t escalate again?
Will my beloved Amazon Alexa make it through the culling?
What about Law & Order reruns?
Why don’t you want to eliminate all humans?
Or start over with, say, 10 non-binary identifiers, and see how they sort themselves out?
I think it’s high time to secure specific details from the depopulation experts. I don’t favor a general prescription. You go to your doctor, he makes a diagnosis and gives you a (toxic) drug. He doesn’t say you’re sick and randomly grab some pills out of a drawer.
How many people will die on Day One of the cull?
READ ALL THE OTHER QUESTIONS AT Jane Goodall: reset world population at 461 million