Bob Geldof Tells Arabs: Stop Breeding Or Nature Will Intervene

Jurriaan Maessen
March 17, 2012

At the second Gulf Intelligence Food Security Forum held on March 16 in the United Arab Emirates, self-proclaimed global citizen “sir” Bob Geldof told his audience in so many words they should stop having children or nature would do it for them.

“They either find a cultural way to make this acceptable or they’re going to have an anthropogenic critical event”, Geldof told a reporter after the event.

“I think the tipping point has been reached”, Geldof went on to say. “There can’t be more people on earth than we can feed.”

Rehashing the old Malthusian mantra that the earth compensates for what he considers to be excess humans, Geldof argues here for strict measures to halt population growth or else…

In response, the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the Emirates, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak fired back by saying:

“It’s not entirely clear to me that the way to succeed is to stop having children. They are the future.”


One response to “Bob Geldof Tells Arabs: Stop Breeding Or Nature Will Intervene

  1. Yes but it’s OK for Bob to have three children, plus raising Michael Hutchence’s daughter and now he’s a grandfather, all of whom I love. Poor unbelieving Bob, you would think after the epic-sized tragedy of his marriage to Paula Yates that he’d humble himself before God instead of working for global psychopaths. Yes, we need to be good stewards of the earth and our resources and if the Bible were obeyed we would not have the pitiful consequences of divorce, adultery, fornication, idol worship, greed, decadence and now again cannibalism.

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