Enough about the “Royal Baby” Already!

Thank you Jim! The baby can’t burp without it being reported. Meanwhile the planet is in it’s sixth mass extinction. I wish people would stop worshiping celebs and royalty and start worrying about what overpopulation is doing to the blue orb we live on.

Exposing the Big Game

If there’s one thing we Americans understand, it’s that royalty isn’t a birthright, it’s a financial status.

A baby is born every 8 seconds—what’s the big deal about this one? Sorry, but to us the so-called “Royal Baby” is just another of the 3,000 human offspring born into this world every 20 minutes (meanwhile, during the same 20 minutes, another plant or animal becomes extinct—27,000 species each year). The majestic brat is really only one more of the hundreds of thousands of little darlings born that day, or the 1.5 million people born every week.

(That’s like adding a city the size of Phoenix or Philadelphia. In just one week! And around the world right now, one in ten people lack access to clean drinking water, one in eight doesn’t have enough food to eat, while one in five lives on less than $1 a day.)

According to the Population Clock, there will be 125…

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Published in: on October 13, 2014 at 12:23 pm  Comments (8)  
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