“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Saturday, July 11, 2009

John Holdren, Obama Appointee, makes Nazis look like boy scouts.

Hat tip: Zombie Post


Pledges openness, high ethical standards, and respect for scientific integrity

The Senate voted unanimously last night to confirm John P. Holdren as director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Executive Office of the President. Holdren also serves as Assistant to the President for Science and Technology and Co-Chair of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST).

Prior to this appointment Holdren was the Teresa and John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy and Director of the Program on Science, Technology, and Public Policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. He served concurrently as Professor of Environmental Science and Policy in Harvard’s Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences and as Director of the independent, nonprofit Woods Hole Research Center.

With advanced degrees in aerospace engineering and theoretical plasma physics from MIT and Stanford, Dr. Holdren is highly regarded nationally and internationally for his work on energy technology and policy, global climate change, and nuclear arms control and nonproliferation. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as well as a former president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, he brings to the new post exceptional connections across the scientific and engineering communities.

President Obama has called Holdren “one of the most passionate and persistent voices of our time”

Executive office of the POTUS

John Holdren, Obama's Science Czar, says: Forced abortions and mass sterilization needed to save the planet

Hat Tip: Rufus

Book he authored in 1977 advocates for extreme totalitarian measures to control the population

Forced abortions. Mass sterilization. A "Planetary Regime" with the power of life and death over American citizens.

The tyrannical fantasies of a madman? Or merely the opinions of the person now in control of science policy in the United States? Or both?

These ideas (among many other equally horrifying recommendations) were put forth by John Holdren, whom Barack Obama has recently appointed Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, and Co-Chair of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology -- informally known as the United States' Science Czar. In a book Holdren co-authored in 1977, the man now firmly in control of science policy in this country wrote that:

• Women could be forced to abort their pregnancies, whether they wanted to or not;
• The population at large could be sterilized by infertility drugs intentionally put into the nation's drinking water or in food;
• Single mothers and teen mothers should have their babies seized from them against their will and given away to other couples to raise;
• People who "contribute to social deterioration" (i.e. undesirables) "can be required by law to exercise reproductive responsibility" -- in other words, be compelled to have abortions or be sterilized.
• A transnational "Planetary Regime" should assume control of the global economy and also dictate the most intimate details of Americans' lives -- using an armed international police force.

Impossible, you say? That must be an exaggeration or a hoax. No one in their right mind would say such things.

Well, I hate to break the news to you, but it is no hoax, no exaggeration. John Holdren really did say those things, and this report contains the proof. Below you will find photographs, scans, and transcriptions of pages in the book Ecoscience, co-authored in 1977 by John Holdren and his close colleagues Paul Ehrlich and Anne Ehrlich. The scans and photos are provided to supply conclusive evidence that the words attributed to Holdren are unaltered and accurately transcribed.

This report was originally inspired by this article in FrontPage magazine, which covers some of the same information given here. But that article, although it contained many shocking quotes from John Holdren, failed to make much of an impact on public opinion. Why not? Because, as I discovered when discussing the article with various friends, there was no proof that the quotes were accurate -- so most folks (even those opposed to Obama's policies) doubted their veracity, because the statements seemed too inflammatory to be true. In the modern era, it seems, journalists have lost all credibility, and so are presumed to be lying or exaggerating unless solid evidence is offered to back up the claims. Well, this report contains that evidence.

Of course, Holdren wrote these things in the framework of a book he co-authored about what he imagined at the time (late 1970s) was an apocalyptic crisis facing mankind: overpopulation. He felt extreme measures would be required to combat an extreme problem. Whether or not you think this provides him a valid "excuse" for having descended into a totalitarian fantasy is up to you: personally, I don't think it's a valid excuse at all, since the crisis he was in a panic over was mostly in his imagination. Totalitarian regimes and unhinged people almost always have what seems internally like a reasonable justification for actions which to the outside world seem incomprehensible.

Direct quotes from John Holdren's Ecoscience

Below you will find a series of ten short passages from Ecoscience. On the left in each case is a scanned image taken directly from the pages of the book itself; on the right is an exact transcription of each passage, with noteworthy sections highlighted. Below each quote is a short analysis by me.

Following these short quotes, I take a "step back" and provide the full extended passages from which each of the shorter quotes were excerpted, to provide the full context.

And at the bottom of this report, I provide untouched scans (and photos) of the full pages from which all of these passages were taken, to quash any doubts anyone might have that these are absolutely real, and to forestall any claims that the quotes were taken "out of context."

Ready? Brace yourself. And prepare to be shocked.

Page 837: Compulsory abortions would be legal

ndeed, it has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society.

Page 786: Single mothers should have their babies taken away by the government; or they could be forced to have abortions

One way to carry out this disapproval might be to insist that all illegitimate babies be put up for adoption—especially those born to minors, who generally are not capable of caring properly for a child alone. If a single mother really wished to keep her baby, she might be obliged to go through adoption proceedings and demonstrate her ability to support and care for it. Adoption proceedings probably should remain more difficult for single people than for married couples, in recognition of the relative difficulty of raising children alone. It would even be possible to require pregnant single women to marry or have abortions, perhaps as an alternative to placement for adoption, depending on the society.

Page 787-8: Mass sterilization of humans though drugs in the water supply is OK as long as it doesn't harm livestock

Adding a sterilant to drinking water or staple foods is a suggestion that seems to horrify people more than most proposals for involuntary fertility control. Indeed, this would pose some very difficult political, legal, and social questions, to say nothing of the technical problems. No such sterilant exists today, nor does one appear to be under development. To be acceptable, such a substance would have to meet some rather stiff requirements: it must be uniformly effective, despite widely varying doses received by individuals, and despite varying degrees of fertility and sensitivity among individuals; it must be free of dangerous or unpleasant side effects; and it must have no effect on members of the opposite sex, children, old people, pets, or livestock.

Page 786-7: The government could control women's reproduction by either sterilizing them or implanting mandatory long-term birth control

Involuntary fertility control
A program of sterilizing women after their second or third child, despite the relatively greater difficulty of the operation than vasectomy, might be easier to implement than trying to sterilize men.
The development of a long-term sterilizing capsule that could be implanted under the skin and removed when pregnancy is desired opens additional possibilities for coercive fertility control. The capsule could be implanted at puberty and might be removable, with official permission, for a limited number of births.

Page 838: The kind of people who cause "social deterioration" can be compelled to not have children

If some individuals contribute to general social deterioration by overproducing children, and if the need is compelling, they can be required by law to exercise reproductive responsibility—just as they can be required to exercise responsibility in their resource-consumption patterns—providing they are not denied equal protection.

Page 838: Nothing is wrong or illegal about the government dictating family size

In today's world, however, the number of children in a family is a matter of profound public concern. The law regulates other highly personal matters. For example, no one may lawfully have more than one spouse at a time. Why should the law not be able to prevent a person from having more than two children?

More here with all backing documents


  1. I'm all "expletived out."

    Look, this is a blog of news junkies. I don't think any of us knew this stuff. How the hell did that happen?

    I'm whupped. See ya in the mornin'.

  2. One last thing:

    This IS the same looney tunes asshole that, due to a Positive-PDO-AMO induced half a degree rise in temperature wants to

    Shoot Massive Amounts of "Particulates" into the Stratosphere to "Cool the Planet."

    There must be a word for, "real, honest-to-God, in the extreme, The Real Meaning of the Word, SURREAL.

    I, honestly, feel like I'm living in the World of the Insane. Is that the definition of insanity. I mean, these people have Doctorates of Physics, and Chemistry. I'm a retired "peddler." Jeez

  3. The Gaia worshippers never give up.

    We've seen the coming ice ages, the population bomb, global warming and now climate change.

    Sometimes thought and reason prevail and sometimes madness and mayhem become the rule.

    BTW - Slightly off thread. Do you believe in an ecosystem?

  4. Obama delivering his pearls on Warming/Change progress made by their BS meeting sounds like a C- student in the 50's trying to fake his way through an 8th Grade Class.

    Thus the need to surround yourself with Stalinists, I suppose.

    Sure don't need no one who can actually THINK like an educated adult.

  5. Shortest Workweek on Record.
    Buried in the June jobs report is this critical bit of information about the labor market: The average workweek for the month fell 0.1 hours, to 33 hours, the lowest ever recorded for data that go back to 1964. Average weekly earnings, meanwhile, actually fell to $611.49 in June, from $613.34 in May. Hourly earnings remained flat. Economists say the combination of reduced hours and pay, along with continued job losses, could significantly slow a recovery as even the employed lack the means to boost their spending.

    "The amount of money taken home is not about the number of jobs but about hours worked," says Mike Englund, chief economist for Action Economics, an economic forecasting firm. "The contraction in underlying income [of those working] is pretty powerful. The job market is continuing to contract at a rapid clip."

  6. Why We'll Leave L.A.
    The business climate is worse than the air quality.

    If New Yorkers fantasize that doing business here in Los Angeles would be less of a headache, forget about it. This city is fast becoming a job-killing machine. It's no accident the unemployment rate is a frightening 11.4% and climbing.

    I never could have imagined that, after living here for more than three decades, I would be filing a lawsuit against my beloved Los Angeles and making plans for my company, Creators Syndicate, to move elsewhere.

    But we have no choice. The city's bureaucrats rival Stalin's apparatchiks in issuing decrees, rescinding them, and then punishing citizens for having followed them in the first place.

    Subprime Resurfaces as Housing-Market Woe

    The U.S. housing market is facing new downward pressure as holders of subprime-mortgage bonds flood the market with foreclosed homes at prices that are much lower than where many banks are willing to sell.

    While nationwide figures are scarce, a review of thousands of foreclosures in the Atlanta area shows that trusts managing pools of securitized mortgages sold six times as many properties as banks during the six months ended March 31. And homes dumped by subprime bondholders sold for thousands of dollars less on average than bank-owned properties, the data show.

  7. The equivalency of myth

    Democrats Link Pope’s Economic Plea With Obama Agenda.

    Catholics make up about one-quarter of the U.S. adult population, according to the Washington-based Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. In November, Obama received 54 percent of the Catholic vote, while the Republican candidate, Senator John McCain of Arizona, got 44 percent. A majority of Catholics backed President George W. Bush in 2004.

  8. last week General David Petraeus gave a two-hour power point presentation at the World Affairs Council in Seattle.
    - Starling
    (hasn't found entire thing online yet)

  9. C-Span had it, I noticed.

    If that helps your hunt

  10. and hen there is Green Jobs czar, Van Jones

  11. it seems like the pursuit of middle classness is being disavowed

  12. May well be folks like this running the new 'health care' system.

    80 jobs go missing in Kamiah, Idaho. Mill closes, due to low wood products prices, files bankruptcy, searching for buyers, but auction is looming in a month or two.

    Obamanomics hits near home.

    80 jobs is practically all of Kamiah, excepting a few farmers around.

    Just remove that town from your map.

    It'll just be the Itzeeyayay(sp) Casino (minor offshoot of the one here) and a gas station.

  13. Even dealing with the political maelstrom she unleashed, Mrs. Palin flashed the down-home, personal touch that even critics say helped her forge an extraordinary bond with supporters on the campaign trail.

    When a photographer prepared to take pictures of the interview, Mrs. Palin, wearing open-toed shoes, said laughingly, "Don't get my toes in the picture — they are green on the bottom."

    Indeed they were. She said the marks were grass stains she had got from her mowing her lawn the previous day.

    from an article


    heh, that's what I like, a politician that mows her own lawn.

  14. We finally have an administration that makes the Congress look good.

    I have my flexfuel; I'm building a still. We might be in for a long hard slog. The things that are really hurting us are the things that are getting ignored in all the jet-setting around, and global warming silliness.

  15. I'm not sure I understand your question, Whit. Climatic zones do organize, more or less, into systems. Loosely defined. They are, of course, in constant flux.

    Weather constantly changes; species move, or become extinct. Others develop. Some places, mankind has a major effect. Other places, not so much.

  16. Let's face it: The fact that we oscillate between "Glaciation," and "non-glaciation" is 99.999% of the "Driver of Climate," and thus defines our Ecosystems at any given time.

    And, No One, Nada, Nyet, Zilch, understands what causes the Glacial Cycle.

    Until we figure that out we're just feeling our way in a strange house, in the dark.

  17. Holdren writes:

    Individual rights must be balanced against the power of the government to control human reproduction. Some people—respected legislators, judges, and lawyers included—have viewed the right to have children as a fundamental and inalienable right. Yet neither the Declaration of Independence nor the Constitution mentions a right to reproduce. Nor does the UN Charter describe such a right.

    These Cockamamie, Crazy Bastards don't understand our Government.

    The answer is in the 10th Amendment. If a right isn't specifically given to the Federal Government They Don't Have It. It belongs to the States, or the People.

    This is the most radical bunch of Communist Cocksuckers imaginable. I would have never, in my wildest dreams, thought that such a bunch could get control of the levers.

  18. Never mind, the ecosystem question was stupid; I was thinking of this Wikipedia article: Gaia Hypothesis

  19. Going back to the French Revolution, it's pretty easy to see the pedigree for Obama's crowd.

    Radical revolutionaries.

  20. Lester Crown, rufus.
    And of course, our allies, the Sauds.
    They've been workin' at it, in concert, for over forty years.

    When playin' Alinsky Rules persistence pays.

    "'The organizer's first job is to create the issues or problems,' and 'organizations must be based on many issues.' The organizer 'must first rub raw the resentments of the people of the community; fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act. . . . An organizer must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent.'"

    Flabbergastin' and irritatin', when the 'other' plays by Alinsky's Rules.

    Ain't it, boobie?

  21. Lovelock = Rocks Think

  22. But then, Alinsky is not worth reading. Or so say the PBS intellectuals, those "nattering na-bobs of negativism".

  23. Corollary to Theory of Gaia:

    Rocks not only think, they're smarter than humans.

    Rufus' Corollary:

    Rocks are Definitely Smarter than Republicans.

  24. No need to search out ancient pedigrees, whit.
    The Sauds got him into Harvard and Lester Crown gave him $3 million dollars so that Bill Ayers could ghost write a book.

    No need to search further back than that. That is who his supporters are.

  25. I gotta admit, I didn't see it coming.

    They "Hid it in Plain Sight."

  26. I think Obama's just a lightweight, fool; but, he has a few around him that want to destroy America. Maybe, he does, too.

  27. Just did a Google news search:

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  28. Can you imagine if Bush had tried to appoint someone like this?

  29. "I'm building a still."
    I KNEW It!

    ...all the rest just high-minded "justification" for returning to the ways of his ancestors!

  30. That Flex Malibu'll make a pretty efficient Rum Runner, Ruf!

  31. What are you doing wrt the BATF, btw?
    Hate to have your tweets originating from the Pokey.
    Might start missing your trademark optimism.

  32. Promise of auto plant revitalizes dying town

    West Point, Georgia, seemed on the road to becoming a ghost town until Korean automaker Kia announced it would open a sprawling factory there by the end of the year.
    "We have infrastructure projects, new subdivisions going up," Mayor Drew Ferguson said.
    The town of 3,500 people stands to gain 20,000 jobs over the next five years. full story

    Video - Town hits jackpot to become 'Kia-ville'

  33. "The only reason that we have the unsustainable accounting that we have right now is because incinerators, dumping grounds, and sacrifice zones were put where poor people live. It would never have been allowed if you had to put all the incinerators and nasty stuff in rich people's neighborhoods... We want an equal share, an equitable share, of the work wealth and the benefits of the transition to a green economy."

    "We could power the country with clean coal, or we could have unicorns pull our cars for us."

    Van Jones

  34. That Flex Malibu'll make a pretty efficient Rum Runner, Ruf!

    hehe, Doug's got Ruf figured.

    mpp--miles per proof

  35. BTW - Slightly off thread. Do you believe in an ecosystem?


    Never mind, the ecosystem question was stupid; I was thinking of this Wikipedia article: Gaia Hypothesis...

    Neither stupid, or disconnected from the Gaia myth, Whit.

    It's when the ecologists' Gaia centric religion accepts doctrines like this that the science goes off down the rabbit hole:

    ...the Earth is a kind of community of trust which can exist at many discrete levels of integration...

    ...blah, blah, blah

    There's also been a fixation on the "stability of ecosystems", which in truth doesn't exist, and never has. This religious fixation has, and will continue to, cost us more than you want to think about.

  36. Damned asshats.

    My son just stopped by for a few minutes, and told me this piece of high country lore. The high camps in Yosemite opened a couple of weeks ago up in the Tioga Pass area. A lot of pre-opening restoration work was needed, including some plumbing and sanitary drainage problems. The mule train that set out with the materials was prevented from delivering the stuff because the Park Service declared they couldn't lead the stock across a patch of snow about a foot deep and 10 feet across. Crew had to hand carry the gear and material the rest of the way in from the mini-glacier.

    Just absurd.

  37. I have a personal story like that, for another time.

    For now, I heard somewhere that wherever this person was, they had a sign asking people not to pee twice in the same place.

    (I'll admit things can get a little ugly from *severe* overuse/abuse of sacred ground.)

  38. "1: AGW. Dunno, but the proponents of it are at least attempting to justify their stuff scientifically. Bear in mind that essentially all we have to work with is models here. The experiment to confirm the models could have rather serious side effects."


    You repeat this shibboleth endlessly, doggedly ignoring the clear historical record which puts the lie to Warming Hysteria.
    Hopey and Climate Change, indeed.

    (Rarely does the one sound more dense and ignorant than when he lists all the unconnected [frequently non-existent] eco-disasters which have befallen Gaia, and are supposedly connected to the great warming)
    As do you.
    Rising Sea Levels, Australian Fires, Melting Ice… ad nauseum.

  39. ...they had a sign asking people not to pee twice in the same place.

    Not an exaggeration.


    Gaia is alive and well and living on my place. I just had to dig out my septic tank for the usual reason, and found it choked with cedar roots. Just amazing the way those clever little roots find water.

  40. I think I read the ATF license is $25.00. You're okay as long as they don't catch you with un-denatured moonshine.

    Plus, you get a $0.46/gal tax credit for every gallon used in a motor vehicle.

    From what I've read the hooch that comes out of the still I'm building doesn't smell, or look too inviting, anyway.

    Jim Beam is cheap; I doubt if I'd want to save a couple of dollars/wk drinking my own product (although, it would, supposedly, be drinkable.

    And, uh, . . yeah, my grandfather on my mother's side did uh . . blend a little home medicinal product . . . yeah, that's true.

  41. Try the Frank Church Wilderness Area.

    You can hardly take a crap there.

    But it's a beautiful place for sure.

  42. Beyond The Sawmill

    Ending the day with some happier thoughts--

    An old Apache storyteller reminds us: "The plants, rocks, fire, water, all are alive. They watch us an see our needs. They see when we have nothing to protect us, and it is then that they reveal themselves and speak to us.

    A loved quote from the Gospel of Thomas: "Cleave a piece of wood, I am there. Lift up the stone, you will find me there."

    "Why are there trees I never walk under but large and melodious thoughts descend upon me?" Walt Whitman asks. "I think they hang there Winter and Summer on those trees and only drop fruit as I pass.

    The people of Findhorn, Scotland, believe that the consciousness of trees goes beyond the sawmill, that they are aware of the homes into which they are made and the people they shelter...

    this home

    this chair

    this page

    It is here It is here It is here

    from "Reflections on the Art of Living"

  43. ", uh, . . yeah, my grandfather on my mother's side did uh . . blend a little home medicinal product . . "
    Sometimes the byproducts/impurities provide a bigger trip than the ethanol.
    ...sometimes the biggest one of all into the great unknown.
    Do you have to put methanol in it to ruin it?

  44. Nah, a little gasoline. I'm not even sure Methanol would qualify as a denaturant.

    It's, actually, before denaturing, perfectly kickass drinkable, it just hasn't had the "oils" and odors (from the still, I guess) filtered out. I suppose you could pour it through some charcoal, or something, and come out with a pretty potable product.

    And, if the ATF guys got wind of it I'm sure it would qualify as the stupidest idea of the year.

    I just want to be able to say "I did it."

  45. heh--

    John Harris agrees to testify, Blagojevich trial, Obama ties, Tony Rezko, Emil Jones, Valerie Jarrett

    July 10, 2009

    Things are moving real slow in preparation for the Rod Blagojevich trial but yesterday, July 9, 2009, the Chicago Tribune reported that Blagojevich chief of staff, John Harris, has agreed to testify against him. What do the names, Rod Blagojevich, John Harris, Tony Rezko, Emil Jones, and Valerie Jarrett all have in common?

    Hmmm……Let’s see…….

    Barack Obama

    Here are some exerpts from the Chicago tribune areticle:

    “A chief of staff to former Gov. Rod Blagojevich became the first insider to formally agree to testify for the government, pleading guilty Wednesday in the sweeping federal corruption case against his ex-boss.

    John Harris, who was arrested with the former governor in December, is expected to detail for prosecutors perhaps the most stunning charge in the case: how Blagojevich allegedly used his power to appoint a successor to President Barack Obama in the U.S. Senate to barter to enrich himself.

    In exchange for Harris’ testimony, prosecutors agreed to recommend he serve less than 3 years in prison. He pleaded guilty to a single count of wire fraud and is expected to be one of a series of former aides and confidants — fellow chiefs of staff Alonzo “Lon” Monk and John Wyma as well as fundraiser Antoin “Tony” Rezko among them — to testify against Blagojevich.

    The plea agreement alleges that the former governor viewed the Senate appointment as a unique opportunity to try to bargain with the new Obama administration, perhaps leading to a Cabinet or ambassador’s post.”

    “Among them was the allegation that Blagojevich sent Harris to Springfield to see if one Senate candidate would be willing to exchange all the money in his campaign fund for the seat, a message that Harris says he did not explicitly deliver.

    Sources identified that candidate as former state Senate Majority Leader Emil Jones (D-Chicago), who denied such a discussion took place.”

    “The plea agreement alleged that Blagojevich discussed an option with an official from the Service Employees International Union — an individual he understood to be an emissary working on behalf of Obama. Blagojevich was hopeful that by naming an individual identified only as “Senate Candidate B” — previously disclosed to be Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett — he could secure an appointment to become secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the agreement said.”

  46. Wonder if she weighs more than Barry?
    Too big for this old fart to tangle with.

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