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___  congestion by sustainable development

___  Desalination encourages OVERPOPULATION

___  ? Energy crisis OR TOO MANY PEOPLE


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___  carpool lanes increase congestion and reward cheaters

___  Overpopulation brought to you by voluntary reproductive restraint

___  Conservation promotes acceptance of overpopulation

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___  From the people who brought you Pearl Harbor, fukushima nuclear disaster, land of rising radiation, atomic energy

___  families are the ultimate GROSS POLLUTERS

___  Imagine NO Monsanto


___  Mandatory control of overpopulation

___  reproductive freedom brings overpopulation

___  There is no water shortage, there is a parent overage


___  Nothing is sustainable about development except GREED

___  One Earth, one cesspool


___  Restrict births, not water

___  Life was simpler when there was only 4 billion of us, Get ready for 8 billion

___  Be productive, dont reproduce


___  Sustainable development IS'NT

___  ? Water shortage or people OVERAGE ?


___  Resource scarcity is code for overpopulation

___  Overpopulation brings immigration chaos

___  quarantine deadly diseases

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