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Our Population Situation In the year 2054 the estimated world population will be 15 million The world is estimated to be able to sustain a maximum of this amount of people After this limit has been exceeded we will all become desperate for food and the poorer nations will suffer the most Eventually the world will no longer be able to accommodate any of us and we will all eventually die taking many other species down with us To counter this we have derived a plan to save the world by controlling our population growth rate We will cut the current death rate of 54 million to below 50 million and the birth rate from 156 million to 60 million We will accomplish this by limiting the amount of families that are allowed to have children including the number of children these selected families can give birth to This will allow for an annual population growth of less than half of the current one effectively expanding our lifetime on this planet by a minimum of ten fold Every other family is permitted one child Once one child has been born no more are allowed If a family wants they may give up their child for another family Certain babies will be stopped from having children others will not Achieving our Paradise To achieve our paradise many different steps must be implemented in order to assure everything is done correctly Second-guessing our new way of life will not be permitted We will take certain actions to prevent outbursts of negative feedback Such things as total control over the media will be necessary for our new society plan to work effectively We will use the media to inform people of our almost-certain death within the next fifty to sixty years Also information about wars will be discussed to persuade those not convinced by numbers To achieve this new
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