by Alistair Ryder
Here are the true colors of
Agenda 21, Agenda 2030 and
Sustainable Development, aka
I have repeatedly warned is anti-human and
This professor has just laid it out in plain sight.
Ruskin professor Patricia MacCormack
has written a
on how our
extinction could save the planet...
solution for climate change is letting the human race become
A Cambridge academic has proposed a radical new way to solve climate
change - letting humanity become extinct.
Patricia MacCormack, a
professor of continental philosophy at Anglia Ruskin University,
has just released her new book
The Ahuman Manifesto, which will
officially be launched in Cambridge today (Wednesday, February 5).
The book argues that due to the damage done to other living
creatures on Earth, we should start gradually phasing out
But rather than offering
a bleak look at the future of humanity, it has generated discussion
due to its joyful and optimistic tone, as it sets out a positive
view for the future of Earth - without mankind...
It also touches on several hot-button topics,
from religion and
veganism to the concept of identity politics, tying these into
how the creation of a hierarchal world among humans has left us
blind to the destruction we are causing to our habitat and other
forms of life...
CambridgeshireLive, MacCormack outlined how she came to this point
of view, and how these ideas are not as provocative as they may
"I arrived at this
idea from a couple of directions.
I was introduced to
philosophy due to my interest in feminism and queer theory, so
reproductive rights have long been an interest to me - this led
me to learn more about animal rights, which is when I became
"The basic premise of the book is that we're in the age of the
Anthropocene, humanity has caused mass problems and one of them
is creating this hierarchal world where white, male,
heterosexual and able-bodied people are succeeding, and people
of different races, genders, sexualities and those with
disabilities are struggling to get that.
"This is where the idea of dismantling identity politics comes
in - they deserve rights not because of what they are, but
because they are.
"The book also argues that we need to dismantle
religion, and other overriding
the church of capitalism or the
cult of self, as it makes people act upon enforced rules rather
than respond thoughtfully to the situations in front of them."
The central argument in
The Ahuman Manifesto can be boiled down to this:
mankind is already
enslaved to the point of "zombiedom" by capitalism, and because
of the damage this has caused, phasing out reproduction is the
only way to repair the damage done to the world.
Additionally, humanity has to see it isn't the single living
dominant force - but first, it needs to dismantle an established
hierarchy amongst itself.
This argument has not
received as much disagreement as you might expect.
"Everyone's okay with
the ideas in the book until they're told they'd have to act on
There is a lot of
agreement that these changes might work for the world, but when
it imposes on people, it becomes proactive.
"Many people are surprised it's so joyful and it has this
radical compassion, which cares for the world. It's not about
our death, so much as it's about celebrating the tools that
exist to care for a decelerating Earth.
"People wonder why I don't think humans are exceptional,
dominant beings - but when I ask them why they think that, I
never get a good answer back.
The way we perceive
the world isn't the only one, we never think about animal life.
Extinction Rebellion only
focus on the effect this will have on human life when climate
change is something that will affect every living being on the