If it was known by the majority that we should & could have had clean energy independently generated for ourselves a hundred years ago, this deception would be impossible.

"Having children is the surest way to send your carbon footprint soaring"

- There are many facets to this, however it's very simple: Getting the facts out is the surest way to get these outrageously wrong, assinine and manipulative claims by the establishment exposed for what they are, and it is complete manipulation, only possible by suppression of clean energy & controlled media.

Having children is a gift of the universe, of life, and is the most precious experience one can have.  To suggest otherwise is absolutely DISGUSTING!

The global elite treat us like children ourselves by spoon feeding us such negative propaganda that depends on the population being ignorant to the fact that pollution is not a necessary byproduct of energy generation.

We have been kept in the dark technologically by controlling industry & media in order to be able to call for mandatory sterilization & carbon taxes. It's not just because energy & oil companies are greedy. This is an enormously immoral crime against Humanity.

if you still assume clean energy suppression is a theory, you are buying the scam, at a priceless fee: all our freedoms.

Kate Galbraith
The New York Times
August 7, 2009

Having children is the surest way to send your carbon footprint soaring, according to a new study from statisticians at Oregon State University.

The study found that having a child has an impact that far outweighs that of other energy-saving behaviors.

Take, for example, a hypothetical American woman who switches to a more fuel-efficient car, drives less, recycles, installs more efficient light bulbs, and replaces her refrigerator and windows with energy-saving models. If she had two children, the researchers found, her carbon legacy would eventually rise to nearly 40 times what she had saved by those actions.

“Clearly, the potential savings from reduced reproduction are huge compared to the savings that can be achieved by changes in lifestyle,” the report states.

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