Monday, March 1st, 2010
Francisco Lotero, 56, and Miriam Coletti, 23, are said to have shot their young son in the back, killing the toddler instantly.
Neighbors called the police, after complaining of a stench coming from the house.
Police broke into the property and discovered the horrific scene three days after the shooting, the Latin American Herald reported Saturday.
Still alive, but covered in blood, the baby was rushed to the hospital where it was revealed that the bullet from her father’s handgun had somehow missed all the child’s vital organs, lodging itself in her chest.
In a suicide note, reportedly discovered by police, the couple cited their extreme fears over the effects of global warming.
The couple were said to have expressed anger at the government in the letter for not doing more to avert a worldwide environmental crisis.
The baby is now under observation in a hospital in the town of Goya in the north of Argentina.
Doctors have told the media that the child is out of danger and should make a good recovery.
The tragic story is clearly an isolated incident, yet it highlights the fear with which some people are receiving the constant drumbeat about anthropogenic global warming.
Clearly this couple were either already very much deranged or were so terrified that they ended their own lives believing that they were contributing to the destruction of the planet.
It is not surprising to hear of an incident like this, particularly in the face the concerted agenda to link global climate change with overconsumption and overpopulation, offering up depopulation policies as a possible solution.
Linking environmental policy to agendas opens the door to eugenics and it is no surprise that through that door have come pouring hordes of elitist filth just begging to be on the front line of the extermination policy.
One example is UK-based public policy group The Optimum Population Trust (OPT), which has launched a new initiative urging wealthy members of the developed world to participate in carbon offsets that fund programs for curbing the population of developing nations.
In 2007, the group also published a report announcing that children are ‘bad for planet and ‘having large families should be frowned upon as an environmental misdemeanor in the same way as frequent long-haul flights, driving a big car and failing to reuse plastic bags.
While you may think ideas of sterilization and depopulation could never be accepted by the public, those very concepts are now being embraced and popularized by some as the way forward for humanity.
Last December’s Copenhagen Summit even heard suggestions from Chinese delegates for a global population control program to tackle global warming.
Alex Jones’ Films Endgame and Fall Of The Republic address the hijacking of the environmental movement in more detail.