Anthony Judge: Is There Never Enough? Religious Doublespeak on Population and Poverty

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Anthony Judge
Anthony Judge

Is There Never Enough?

Religious doublespeak on population and poverty

Introduction
Mass distraction enabling Mass destruction?
Denial of “overpopulation” as a problematic factor
Overpopulation denial as promoted by religions and fellow-travellers
Deficient analytic capacity of religions
Blame-gaming: always someone else’s responsibility
Withholding aid as a means of saving future lives?
Hypocrisy of current Papal focus on poverty?
Challenge for a poverty-focused Pope
Towards a realistic simulation of faith-based population policies
LETS indulge the impoverished!?
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