‘Stop At Two’: Biden BLM Nominee Argued For Population Control In Graduate Thesis by ANDREW KERR for Daily Caller
GNN Note – Still believe these people are NOT answering to the prince of darkness, the prince of this world, satan, the devil? If you still believe that please explain how someone that any Light in their heart can live like this? /END
- President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management advocated for population control in her 1992 graduate thesis.
- Tracy Stone-Manning produced a magazine advertisement for her thesis that called a shirtless American baby an “environmental hazard.”
- “When we have children, the planet feels it more. Do the truly smart thing. Stop at one or two kids,” Stone-Manning wrote in her thesis.
- Multiple high-ranking Republican Senators have called for Stone-Manning’s nomination to be revoked following Daily Caller News Foundation reporting of her involvement in a 1989 “eco-terrorism” case that led to the conviction of her former roommate and friend.
President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Tracy Stone-Manning, advocated for population control in her 1992 graduate thesis.
“The origin of our abuses is us. If there were fewer of us, we would have less impact,” Stone-Manning wrote in her thesis. “We must consume less, and more importantly, we must breed fewer consuming humans.”
Stone-Manning also argued in her thesis that livestock grazing on public land is “destroying the West.” If confirmed by the Senate to lead the BLM, Stone-Manning would control an agency that manages livestock grazing on 155 million acres of public lands.
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?”