By Berit Kjos
An award-winning Texas scientist was given a standing ovation after he advocated the extermination of 90 percent of the Earth’s population by an airborne Ebola virus. The University of Texas evolutionary ecologist, Dr Eric R. Pianka, was addressing the 109th meeting of the Texas Academy of Science… after the academy had named him 2006 Distinguished Texas Scientist…. He warned that Earth would not survive unless its human population was reduced to a tenth of its present number…. His preferred method of exterminating over five billion human beings was via airborne Ebola (Ebola Reston)…. After he finished his address, the audience burst into applause… a loud, vigorous and enthusiastic applause.“1
“Cut the population by 90 percent and there aren’t enough people left to do a great deal of ecological damage.“2 Sam Keen.
Today, we stand at the brink of a era. The planned shift from nationalism to regionalism and globalism has opened wide the “door” to a borderless “new world order.” Who will rule it? How will it be controlled? Few are prepared for the coming transformation.
Two of the many issues that loom on the global horizon are (1) borderless diseases such as the deadly Ebola and (2) the kind of governance needed as our old boundaries fade and our religious differences spawn violence.
This week an Oklahoma woman was beheaded. Apparently ISIS has called America’s jihadists to step up the assaults on “infidels.” Spiritual warfare is a reality, and today it’s as urgent as ever to “put on the Armor of God.”
“The State of the World” Conference
The first global State of the World Forum was held in San Francisco from September 27 to October 1, 1995. Michail Gorbachev, the former head of Communist Russia, had “gathered nearly 500 political leaders, spiritual leaders, scientists, intellectuals, business executives, artists and youth from 50 nations to begin a process of deliberation on the central question of what priorities, values and actions should guide humanity as it moves into the next phase of development.”3
These privileged elites stayed at the elegant Fairmont Hotel on Nob Hill, but they showed little appreciation for America. Instead, the selected speakers and their enthusiastic audience seemed to see reality from a decidedly globalist perspective. The cultural paradigm expressed in the roundtable discussions, in the plenary speeches, and among the selected youths from several nations left little doubt that this elite gathering — primarily from Europe and the USA — shared a common vision for our changing world. Click here to continue reading this article.