With wars and rumors of wars abounding, the world is in chaos. Can we be getting close to the extinction of man and the end of the human race?
An Armageddon that empties the earth of humankind may or may not happen, at least in this lifetime. But then watch out for the other war—the one being waged against procreation by the population control elites!
Their long-term goal--population reduction leading to the gradual extermination of the human race--is a topic Steve Quayle brought up recently on talk radio with Pastor David Lankford. In the session, Quayle discussed the fatherhood heart of the Creator and God’s desire to commune with his creation as heard in the only video below.
“God walked with Adam and Eve, and he wants his family back,” Quayle declared. “But we can’t be what we were meant to be, because a movement is underway to ensure that we have no procreation.
“Humanity has been deceived. We are headed for population extinction unless we start standing up and rebuking the satanic spirits that are trying to end the human race.”
“Sexual extinction” is a term Quayle used to describe an agenda calculated to annihilate traditional roles and differences between the sexes. Gender confusion, the militant LGBT movement, cross-dressing and celebration of men and boys in drag, the erosion and redefinition of the family—all are tactics calculated to reinforce the breakdown of sexual norms and stifle procreation.
Satan’s methods are different today, but the battle to rid the earth of mankind began as early as the days of Genesis, when God created man in his image and gave him dominion over the earth.
"So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it.” Genesis 1:27,28
The command to multiply spurred Satan to action, filling the earth with his own band of rebellious angels called Nephilim. Their lust for earth’s comely women resulted not only in the distortion of man’s original image, but in a world filled with violence to the point that God was compelled to destroy his creation.
But God’s desire for an earthly family prevailed even beyond the worldwide flood that routed the Nephilim and their corrupted seed. Again he blessed the survivors, Noah and his sons, repeating his command to “increase in number and fill the earth.”
What we are seeing now is the evil one’s response to this second mandate—an earth again filled with violence and a populace given over to sexual deviation and procreative extinction. In other words, our generation is confirming the biblical warning Jesus gave his followers when giving signs of the end of the age.
As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. For in the days before the flood, people were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, up to the ay Noah entered the ark, and they knew nothing about what would happen until the flood came and took them all away. Matthew 24:37-39
The question is, are these the days Jesus warned about? We must stay alert, for the destroyer’s agenda hasn’t changed--to wipe out mankind from the earth, sending as many as possible to join him in regions below.
Already his adherents have succeeded in making zero population growth a political agenda, with followers who favor reduced family size and advocate for birth control, abortion, and elective sterilization. Their tools and tactics have included abortion and vasectomy clinics, free sterilization for women, condoms for school-agers, and promotion of euthanasia and assisted suicide.
What has become today a world-wide movement started in this country with an organization called ZPG. It was formed nearly a half-century ago with the mission of raising public awareness about overpopulation and encouraging people to have smaller families.
The organization’s slogan, ”Stop at two,” was eventually deemed to be too simple, and the group became more political, joining forces with more aggressive coalitions like National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood of America, and the American Civil Liberties Union to convince politicians of the need for change.
ZPG officials claimed the new alliance caused “amazing changes,” including a drop in the fertility rate in the U.S. from an average of 3.4 children per woman in the early 1960s to 1.8 in 1975. After population growth dropped to 0.9 percent, officials began to refer to the “reproductive revolution of the 1970’s.”
During that time, the US National Security Council published a secret study, popularly known as The Kissinger Report, that has become the country’s foundational document on population control. The result of collaboration by several agencies, the report wasn’t made public until it was declassified in 1990.
Dr. Brian Clowes, director of education and research at Human Life International, wrote in an online article that the report is critically important to pro-life workers all over the world “because it exposes the unsavory and unethical methods of the population control movement.”
Dr. Clowes blamed the document for encouraging atrocities and human rights violations over the world. For instance, although a family planning campaign in Peru was presented as voluntary, the director claimed that nearly a quarter of a million women were sterilized “using threats and coercive procedures.”
Limiting the population isn’t a subject traditionally associated with the Catholic faith, but the Vatican has announced it will be hosting a new Population Control Conference Nov. 2-4 this year. Just as surprising is the list of pro-abortion advocates participating as conference speakers.
Biologist Peter Raven, for instance, has stated that “the world needs at some point to have a limited number of people,” while Columbia professor Jeffrey Sachs, another conference speaker, agrees. He backs abortion as a legitimate way to reduce the population, calling it “a cost-effective way to eliminate unwanted children when contraception fails.”.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, conservative Christian author Michael T. Snyder, writes on his blog about elites who have called humans “a plague upon the earth.” “They blame everything from global warming to our growing economic problems on the lack of population control,” Snyder contended.
“This twisted philosophy is being promoted in our movies and television shows, in our music, in countless books and websites, and it is being taught at nearly all of the most important colleges and universities on the planet.”
But in her Dallas News column Jacquielynn Floyd came to the defense of couples who have elected to be childless. She recently wrote that her own “no kids” decision has placed her in the vanguard of a growing cultural curve: married with no children.
“It is millennials who have solidified this decision as a decisive shift,” she observed, noting that the U.S. fertility rate reached a record low last year: 62 births per 1,000 women in the 15 to 44 age bracket.
That puts the birth rate below replacement level, meaning not enough babies are being born in this country to replace older folks who are dying off. But the current rate isn’t low enough to please globalist elites, who blame immigration birth rates for making up deficits.
In fact, Steve Quayle pointed out that the war cry for some Islamic immigrants has been their boast that “Our women’s wombs will be our victory.”
What will it be like on this planet if the elites have their way and all the extraneous people—unwanted babies, children with special needs, the elderly, the broken and mentally challenged--are tossed aside and disposed of?
Pruned of its weakest members, will those left on earth indeed enjoy a better world with smarter cities, a unisex populace and childless families? Or will the lack of procreation as prescribed by God result in judgment--an empty earth, ruined and desolate, mourning for her lost children?
“I looked and there were no people; every bird in the sky had flown away. The fruitful land was a desert; all its towns lay in ruins……Therefore the earth will mourn and heavens above grow dark because I have spoken and will not relent, I have decided and will not turn back.” Jeremiah 4: 25, 28
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