Friday’s Musings at Blog Talk Radio
Damn, they took the instructional video off the front page of the website…
WHY? To effect positive change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible instantaneous surge of human biological, mental and spiritual energy.Everywhere in the world, but especially in countries with weapons of mass destruction and places where violence is used in place of mediation.
WHEN? Solstice Day (Winter in the Northern Hemisphere,
Summer in the South) – Saturday, December 22nd, 6:08 a.m. Universal Time (GMT). That’s right, this time we’re asking everyone to synchronize their orgasms at the very moment of the Solstice, to get the greatest possible effect. This may take some preparation, so plan ahead – and practice!
The planet needs a rest from all our other desires, so what better way to get us to take a rest from over-consumption than an orgasm? And if we can combine that energy with a resolution to be satisfied with less of everything (except orgasms, of course), perhaps the collective mindset will change. And since a major cause of global warming, peak oil, peak water, peak everything is overpopulation by humans, lets put in a collective request for fewer offspring. Every cute baby is another consumer. Let’s make children even more valued by making fewer of them, before the pressures of overpopulation drive our children to kill each other.
Pearl Harbor Remembered via Scott Malensek
Preserving peace, he said, will mean preserving the population – something Western nations are doing less and less impressively. He cited in his 2006 book America Alone a U.S. fertility rate of 2.11 children per family, barely hitting full replacement rate. A European family has, on average, 1.38 children, a figure portending population decline.
“There’s simply no precedent for managed decline” in a civilization that has risen to such heights, Mr. Steyn said, voicing consternation that European sophisticates have only encouraged the trend.
He cited the example of two British women who opted for sterilization to prevent conceiving children who would consume the earth’s natural resources and engage in commercial activities that would worsen climate change.
“Apparently the best way to save the earth for the next generation is not to have a next generation,” Mr. Steyn quipped. “Who do you think is going to be around to man the Greenpeace office in 30 years time?”
He described the upshot of the West’s predicament in the epigrammatic style for which he is widely known. “They’re saving the planet for the culture whose womenfolk don’t get sterilized,” he said.
Members of that culture are strewn across Middle Eastern nations like Pakistan (with a birthrate, according to Mr. Steyn’s book, of 5.08 per couple) and Saudi Arabia (with a birthrate of 4.53). High birthrates obviously make for young populaces. The median age in Palestine’s Gaza Strip, for example, is 15.8 years.
And upward and westward these youngsters have come. They have come in droves, for instance, to the Netherlands, where Muslims currently comprise 5.8 percent of the population. They’ve even come copiously into nations like Norway that have no history of colonialism in majority-Muslim territories.
“It’s simple supply and demand,” Mr. Steyn explained. “Pakistan had people; Norway didn’t.” The country’s birthrate was 1.81 percent per couple in 2006.