In her 1992 graduate thesis, entitled "Into the Heart of the Beast: A case for environmental advertising," Stone-Manning made the claim that children are an "environmental hazard." For this work, she was awarded a master's of science degree in environmental studies.
According to Stone-Manning, no American should ever have more than two children because of the damage she believes they cause to the planet. Ironically enough, Stone-Manning is an eco-terrorist who has been caught damaging the planet with activist demonstrations like tree spiking.
The University of Montana (UM) was so impressed with Stone-Manning's work that they declared it to be "environmental education" and put it up as a public policy recommendation.
In one of her advertisements, Stone-Manning depicted a shirtless child along with the caption "environmental hazard."
"Can you spot the environmental hazard in this photo?" the poster further reads.
"That's right, it's the cute baby. Americans believe that overpopulation is only a problem somewhere else in the world. But it's a problem here too."
The woman who very well could be running BLM under Hunter's dad in the coming weeks further believes that the earth is too small to accommodate the number of humans currently living.
"The earth is only so big, and we can tap into it only so often," her poster contends. "In America, we tap in often and hard. We breed more than any other industrialized nation. At the same time, we suck up one-third of the world's energy."
According to Stone-Manning, the average American, herself included, "gobbles the same energy as 3 Japanese, 13 Chinese, and 499 Ethiopians."
"When we overpopulate, the earth notices it more," she alleges. "Stop at two. It could be the best thing you do for the planet."
Stone-Manning feels so strongly that children need to not be had that she also put together a 30-second commercial discouraging American families from having more than "one or two" children.
A female voiceover can be heard in the commercial stating in a scary way, "When we [Americans] have children, the planet feels it more. Do the truly smart thing. Stop at one or two kids."
It is unfortunate that Biden himself did not follow Stone-Manning's policy, as he and his "doctor" wife popped out a few that, quite frankly, would have been better off never existing.
Should she be confirmed in the position to which Biden nominated her, Stone-Manning is sure to push for population control measures to help keep America "safe" from "overpopulation."
She wrote in her thesis that she believes the origin of all environmental problems "is us," though she apparently refuses to fix the problem by starting with getting rid of herself, and is instead seeking to be a taxpayer parasite by attaining a high political office.
"Overpopulation," Stone-Manning insists, is at "the root of many of our environmental problems." In her view, the planet cannot sustain any more Americans.
"The point is a simple one," Stone-Manning says about her agenda. "Harshly, the ads say that the earth can't afford Americans. More softly, they ask people to think about how their family planning choices affect the planet."
Biden is doing his part as well to promote eugenics by trying to turn vaccinated people against their unvaccinated friends and family members, all under the guise of keeping everyone "safe" against the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
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