February 13, 2013
Singapore is the scene of a conflict between the government’s desire to plan for public transportation, housing, healthcare, nursing homes and childcare under a new potential imitative mirrored after Agenda 21.
Debate has been the cause of controversy after the government of Singapore provided the public with the framework of their endeavor included in a population white paper (PWP) entitled, “A Sustainable Population for a Dynamic Singapore”.
The PWP was discussed and endorsed as a road map by the People’s Action Party. The citizens of Singapore are concerned about the PWP’s focus on population growth and its clear direction toward using Agenda 21 to answer questions about city planning under the guise of dealing with over-population in urban areas.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien explained to his constituents at a meeting while visiting the Tan Tock Seng Hospital that the government’s adoption of the PWP ideology and recommendations are to ensure that Singapore choose “what is the best path” to take with regard to population, immigration and employment.
Amendments to the PWP include a decree that Singaporeans get married, have children and contribute nationalism to the influx of immigration that the nation is currently seeing as a possible threat to their cultural way of life.
Hsien stated that by 2030, the population is expected to sky-rocket beyond 6 million that this raises some concerns on how best to handle such the future of Singapore. The government has relayed that the projected 6 million residents is not optimal and should not be allowed to grow further.
Eco-fascist groups like Population Matters support efforts of nations that are defining their own “optimum population” as to ensure that the “global population size provid[es] a good standard of living for all” as well as “environmental sustainability.”
PM focuses their attention on admonishing governments and the international community “to recognize the role that population size plays in the issues facing humanity and to incorporate consideration of population in discussions of biodiversity, climate change, conflict, migration, poverty reduction and resource security.”
With the support of eugenics through depopulation agendas such as the purveyance of “family planning” services in under-developed nations, PM asks that the European Union and the UN work together to provide funding for this form of sterilization.
Child and young adult reeducation of sex education is important to PM as it is an opportunity to indoctrinate impressionable minds into seeing contraception as preferable to procreation, while using the desires of youthful autonomy to push for a social shift of consciousness away from procreation to work orientated societal memes that reduce the amount of larger families to contend with.
The One At a Time campaign outlines this use of depopulation propaganda. This initiative tells its followers and new recruits that having multiple births places a strain on society while bogging down the mother to traditional roles which wastes her talents as a contributor in the workplace.
This ideology plays in the concept of gender equality in political, social and economic contributions. When a woman is free from being a mother, she can work toward being a producer in society.
PM released a report entitled “The UK’s Population Problem” wherein it was directly stated that the UK’s “population growth is environmentally unsustainable from a national and international point of view.”
The identification of increased births and immigration into the UK is directly correlated to the population boom. With the implementation of “environmentally sustainable population levels” PM maintains that affluence and technology will ensure that such policies are adhered to.
Environmental focus on maintaining biodiversity and ecosystems at the sacrifice of humanity is elevated in philosophy as protecting the habit called Earth and protecting resources is a methodology that explains to the average person that they are endangering all species on the planet. To ensure that humans do not over-run the planet, the concept of “living within our means’ is expanded to include limitation of the dissemination of resources with regard to high birth rates being unacceptable and workers redirecting energy to the common good instead of taking care of their families.
Agenda 21 deals with population growth by offering glorified shoeboxes stacked up on-top of each other in densely populated urban centers. Rural areas are becoming less relevant as governments move to shift the social consciousness from property owners to communal contributors.
To feed the masses of people shoved into such a small location, vertical farms are conceptualized and are being tested in third-world countries to produce mass plant life in an open-air “communal planting space”. This idea engages the community to plant the food that the community will later consume. By building “upwards” the number of living spaces and commerce centers can greatly expand for the benefit of the community.
With the installation of megaregions, sovereignty will become a thing of the past and the movement of populations into dense urban centers will be that much easier.
Acclimating humans to a “social-ecological” system of co-evolving with natural systems would eliminate the possibility of human destruction to biodiversity. In fact, they that our impact is a “shock [to] a system [that cannot] absorb before it transforms into something fundamentally different? That, in a nutshell, is the essence of resilience.” Setting aside “green spaces, both natural and man-made, can buffer a city against change” and megacities can recondition future generations to become “core contributors” for “future sustainability.”
By 2030 it is expected that an estimated 4 billion people will live in eco-cities, which are controlled environments where sustainability mandates how much water, energy, food and production is allowed in urbanized areas.
Targets and restrictions will replace traditional living to keep the land used for habitat from becoming a wasteland and protect the surrounding wildlife.
Global research on renewable energy and clean technology in an international hub will collaborate to overcome human challenges as population become denser.
In eco-cities, private cars will be banned, forcing people to use high-speed mass transit, bicycles or simply walk to their destination. Narrower streets and huge walls to separate the eco-city from the surrounding wildlife preserves will aid in controlling the temperature of the city.