War, famine and homosexuality

I think most of us know, from our earliest years, that Nature abhors imbalance and everything in Nature has a purpose. If we think about it, Nature also looks after the planet for us.

Have you ever thought why most wars seem to occur in areas where the inhabitants tend to have lots of children and the race tends to multiply so quickly? And, of course, this applies to famine and disease as well. I often wonder whether this is because Nature is trying to redress the balance. This is probably why, with all the facilities of medical science there are still 29 million Africans dying of AIDS each year and 40 million have H1V at present.

Let me explain. We plunder the earth’s resources and ore and oil is costing us more and more to extract from the earth. Then our planet is doubling its population on a linear scale which, at present, means that our six and a half billion Earth inhabitants will expand to twelve billion by 2047. Where are we all going to live, What are we all going to eat? Where are we all going to work?

If I am right prepare to see much more imbalance and more famine and wars in the third world as the years progress.

In Western Europe, we have not had any wars since 1945, thanks to the organisation of NATO. Some misguided fools tend to think the European Union is the reason for no wars, but, believe me, it is NATO.
And, of course, because of the efficiency of the Europeans and the more temperate climate, we have not had any famine. But until recently, we have had smaller families and Nature has given us a miss.

However, we now have mass immigration to Europe from the third world and these people continue with their large families and Nature has become concerned at the looming imbalance.

Homosexuality has been around since the Ancient Greeks, but have you noticed how Homosexuality has increased at an enormous rate in Europe over the last decade or two? Could this be Nature addressing the balance.

I would like to see a society where we come to accept Homosexuality so that people like David Laws can get on with their job without feeling they have to hide themselves. Personally I have always treated Homosexuals the same way as I have treated Roman Catholics. I believe in live and let live, and as long as they don’t try to sell their religion to me I am happy to befriend them, after all they are just “people” in my book. and they don’t have children!

The more wars, famine, disease and homosexuality we have, the more room there will be on the earth to sustain the rest of us. I know this may seem heartless but, you know, Nature is heartless. After all, part of their plan is that different “races” of animals and insects must eat each other so that no species becomes too large on the planet.

And if a homosexual is upset because I haven’t called you “Gays” I apologise but I really do deplore the hi-jacking of one of the most lovely words in the English language and cannot bear to use it in this context.



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