November 1, 2020

UN Says that Humans Must Use Less and Conserve  

By adminbacha

UN Says that Humans Must Use Less and Conserve  


The United Nations, and specifically The Habitat for Humanity research project has for many decades gone out of its way to promote a world without poverty, hunger, and or disease. Occasionally they suggest that it is too hard to feed people in rural areas, and therefore people should live in the city where things are more efficient, and    Conservative News   the distribution chain is set up properly. Yet, at other times they complain about the urban slums around the world, and it is true they are significant, disgusting, and a slap in the face of all humanity could be – thus need to be fixed.

Nevertheless, it often appears that the United Nations and the other NGOs they work with are living in hypocrisy, as anytime there is a crisis or event anywhere in the world the United Nations stands up and says; “we must fix this” – and yet everything they do turns into the law of unintended consequences, often making it worse. Even a relatively minor crisis is turned into a global media event of epic proportions. Do you remember; about 10 years ago the United Nations claimed that there would be 50 billion people on the planet by 2075, and 2100 by the latest?

That doesn’t seem to be happening, and yet it is scare tactics like that, plus all the scare tactics used by the global warming alarmists which keep the United Nations in place as a global authority. However it’s not and one only has to look at history to see their incredible mistakes and problems. The United Nations is no better than the League of Nations was, and if you’ll recall that also led to a disaster in human history. Are we doomed to repeat?

There was a very interesting article recently in TerraDaily Online News titled; “Humanity Can and Must Do More with Less,” by Staff Writers in New York and Nairobi Kenya which was published on May 16, 2011. The article stated; “By 2050, humanity could consume an estimated 140 billion tons of minerals, ores, fossil fuels and biomass per year – three times its current appetite – unless the economic growth rate is “decoupled” from the rate of natural resource consumption, warns a new report from the United Nations Environment Programme.”

Now all those big numbers might sound like a huge problem, and it’s not that human beings shouldn’t conserve their resources, they obviously should work towards being that most efficient as possible at everything they do. After all, conservation makes sense, efficiency makes sense, but to somehow suggest that we need to limit production, or “force” humans to use less is silly, and the United Nations report doesn’t seem to project the reality that humans always find a different way to do something when one particular resource runs out, or the technology moves the ball forward.

We don’t use steam engines anymore, and who’s to say we will us