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Biden’s Bureau of Land Management Nominee Said that Babies are an Environmental Hazard

When you think about babies or see a baby, what comes to mind? Funny? Cute? A continuation of the species? That’s what normal people think.

But not Biden’s nominee for the Bureau of Land Management. That climate change radical, in her 1992 graduate thesis, made the outrageous and deeply evil claim that babies are an environmental hazard. Here’s what she said:

“The origin of our abuses is us. If there were fewer of us, we would have less impact. We must consume less, and more importantly, we must breed fewer consuming humans.”

According to the Daily Caller:

“Stone-Manning’s thesis was centered around eight advertisements she created to bring attention to issues of overpopulation, overgrazing, the corporate timber industry and an 1872 mining law. She argued that the environmental movement “desperately needs to use advertising’s ubiquitous power if it is to capture mainstream America.”

The first advertisement featured in the paper was a picture of a shirtless American baby with the headline: “Can you find the environmental hazard in this photo?”’

This is that reprehensible ad:

Another ad, this one a video montage, went on to describe the number of resources the average American uses and made apocalyptic claims about the horrors of overpopulation. Such claims included:

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“A child born in America will burn 499 times more energy than a child born in Ethiopia. And each year, Americans add 2 million energy-eating humans to the earth. We consume one quarter of all the world’s resources, simply by living as Americans. When we have children, the planet feels it more,” the script states. “Do the truly smart thing. Stop at one or two kids.”

In her thesis, which claimed that babies are an environmental hazard, she noted this about the video ad:

“The point is a simple one. Harshly, the ads say that the earth can’t afford Americans. More softly, they ask people to think about how their family planning choices affect the planet.”

She’s disgusting. Babies aren’t an environmental hazard, they’re a miracle and result in the continuation of the human species. This reprehensible woman should not be allowed anywhere near the levers of power.

Why? Because a society cannot survive if its leaders view humanity as an evil. In these degenerate times, men and women like Stone-Manning are praised for calling babies an environmental hazard. What does that mean? That they and their supporters would rather see humanity cease to exist than see more trees cut down. They value the life of a tree over humanity itself. Hence why abortion is praised and the lumber industry is demonized and why leftists would rather keep the third world in the Dark Ages than let them use “dirty” coal and oil to develop.

It should be obvious how immoral and wrong that is. Life is a miracle and so is human advancement. We should be cheering, with vigor, those that have lots of kids and raise a healthy, large generation of future Americans. The growth of humanity leads to economic growth, innovation, and a bright future. A declining population leads to stagnation or economic regression and less happiness among those that would like to have kids but don’t.

Babies are a miracle and population growth is a net positive, not a negative. Stone-Manning’s view that babies are an environmental hazard is reprehensible and should be shunned by every civilized person.

By: Gen Z Conservative

Image at top from the Daily Caller