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Individual Rights

Oregroanian August 12, 2007 page E6: An article titled —ID microchips might be next assault on individual rights—. This article is about privacy and common good. These two abstract notions have been bantered about over a few centuries. The conflict is directly proportional to the population density. If you live alone on a desert island, you can do what you want when you want. If you add other humans, then individual freedom diminishes. Two hundred years ago, we had 1 billion people on this planet.

There was still room to find a spot to be alone. That’s why people became mountain men. They essentially traded convenience and companionship for individual rights. Today we have 6.6 billion people on the planet, there is no longer room to be an individual. If we want to return to a planet, where people have more individual freedom; we must reduce the number of people on the planet.

We can do that two ways, by continuing business as usual and major violence and mayhem will reduce the population. Or, we can reduce the number of births. The choice is everybody’s.


By C Blume

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