Tuesday, May 10, 2011

So this is one of the people around Obama and Clinton

Somebody wondered who this Audrey Tomason is
since she's in that picture of the situation room, a few feet from Obama; they found some things out. Like her thesis on how to improve the world:
According to Ms Tomason’s “Apocalypse Equation” the “sustainable population” of our world can only be 1.5 billion human beings, as compared to the United Nations estimate of 7 billion we will reach on October 31st of this year, and the even worse figure of 10 billion estimated by 2100.
Ms Tomason states in her thesis that any population suffering an economic collapse and reverting to “Basic Needs” will be “ungovernable” and pose “tremendous risks” to the state leading to “wholesale breakdown of law and order.”

Ms Tomason further argues in her “Apocalypse Equation” thesis that since the collapse of civilization as we know it is “inevitable,” world leaders should consider the possibility of “mass genocide” to reduce our world’s population to a more “sustainable level commensurate with our Earth’s resources.”

The chilling genocidal scenario envisioned by Ms Tomason begins with a “limited nuclear conflict” targeted at major population centers, but designed to limit the fallout of radiation. Next would be the release of toxic chemical and biological agents she suggests could be blamed on “terrorist entities” to be followed by forced mass migration of populations to more “sustainable living environments.”

Ms Tomason envisions these “sustainable living environments” as being large population centers with mass transit systems where no personal vehicles would be allowed and the rural areas would be completely depopulated except for government run agricultural “systems.”
I'd be a lot more doubtful of this if it weren't for the fact that Cass Sunstein is one of Obamas' advisers. Like William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. Remember this from their plans?

So she fits right in with some of The Lightworkers' other advisers.

Prior to the initiation of these apocalyptic events Ms Tomason argues for the establishment of government run and protected “concentration camps” where “persons of worth” can be protected while the masses of their fellow citizens die by the millions and billions. Those deemed “persons of worth” would include scientists, doctors, technical specialist, etc.
And, of course, she has the proper dislike for western nations:
And the most critical fact facing our world today, as Ms Tomason’s thesis points out, is that the “oil boom” of the last century is not only over, the fight by nation-states to preserve our Earth’s dwindling supplies for themselves threatens global war on a scale never before seen in human history, and which, in fact, have already begun as the energy starved West continues to launch new wars to protect themselves from economic collapse.


Anonymous said...

I can't find a single source for this other than what you quote. The term "Apocalypse Equation" refers to some shitwit brainless pacifist idea that the probability of any given nuclear weapon being used in war during any given year is a constant, so the more nukes there are in existence -- and the longer they exist -- the more probable a nuclear war becomes. They actually draw a graph of this, as if any of it were quantifiable. Cargo cult "science" at its best. Also, you may have noticed they've got some creative notions about probability. And about how nuclear weapons get launched: We don't have a guy in each silo flipping a coin all day, and he's got instructions that if it comes up heads thirty-two times straight he's supposed to launch the missile.

The idea hardly explains the fact that of the first three nuclear devices that ever existed, two were used in war immediately, and none have been used since. Well, that's the kind of stupid it takes to be a pacifist.

OK, rant off. Maybe Tomason wrote a paper that touched on that idea, or was named for it. But the only trace of any such thing that I can find is the one claim that you quoted, always in those exact words. Nothing else.

I'm betting "hoax". The concentration-camp/genocide thing was squarely in the left-wing mainstream back in the 1970s Weathermen days, but not so much now. This chick is supposed to be 34.

If I'm wrong, and it's possible I am, I'll stop by to eat crow and apologize.

Anonymous said...

The problem these lovely people have is that they ALWAYS assume they will be among the spared...

sykes.1 said...

"Thesis" implies a bachelor's or master's paper. Neither of these will be found by a Google search, but if you know what schools she attended, you could search the library catalogue. Batchelor's theses are not usually entered into a library catalogue, and master's theses are often removed from circulation if someone thinks they might be embarrassing.

Talk about forcible depopulation and the imposition of socialist dictatorship was very common in the 60s and 70s, and I can remember participating in at least one. That was the heyday of Ehrlich, Commoner and Hardin and all sorts of nonsense was readily believed by foolish graduate students like me. China's one child policy comes from that era.

Nowadays, most socialists are quiet about such things, but environmentalists are not. The enduring dream of the extremist environmentalists is to reduce the human population to a few millions paleolithic foragers: no agriculture, metals, literacy, medicine, technology, etc.

It would be interesting to interrogate Obama's senior staff to see if they still hold to the lunacies of their youth.

Keith said...

The ideas of oil starvation are right from that time too, Club of Rome etc.

I remember believing in the 80s that we only had 20 years or so of oil, and that population growth would lead to starvation.

I had a double take at a guest lecturer from back then who said that increasing population in the third world was a good thing and that oil was good to see all of us out.

I believe him now, but I didn't at the time he was speaking.

PS; main reason that oil is so "expensive" for us at the moment, is the Euro and the US dollar have been overprinted, so it takes more of them to buy the same oil.

Thud said...

Here resume is not much of a surprise, he does know how to pick em doesn't he?