Now, begin the questionnaire.
Do you have a garden? If so what do you grow?
[Ok, not really anything here, not even sarcasm.]
Do you think pollution is a big problem? If not why?
Well, duh. It's because not enough kids were smacked with a ruler whenever they simply tossed their trash onto the ground. (the government is also not helping with their oil rigs) And have you HEARD what contraceptives are doing to the fish?
[Yes, contraceptives are somewhat changing the genders of fish. I know there are some fish that change their genders anyways, but when it's induced by foreign chemicals, and those chemicals are the kind that women use a lot on their own bodies, we need to worry. A lot. Want to read more about it? Go here.]
What do you think is happening around the world right now?
Things. Lots of things. You've got hunger, abortion, use of contraceptives, murderers, thievery, all sorts of nasty things. We really need to take better care of ourselves and of each other.Heck, there might be less domestic violence if the ease of access to abortions and contraceptives was non-existent, because then men wouldn't see their partners as something "fun to play with" with no consequences, and both men and women would not start to gradually see children as something with little life value.
[Pretty easy to observe. As they continue to push the age of an abortable child to be older and older, how soon will it be that a child of 10 can be legally "aborted"? Or 16? You may scoff and say "that's ridiculous!" But think about it, the way things are going, it is entirely possible that 50 or so years from now, maybe even less, a child could be of an abortive age until they are 18. Also, as much as women like to claim that abortion and contraception is "freeing" them, they need to realize that it's actually ensnaring them, as men now see an easy "opt-out" when they want to "have some fun" but not have to be tied down by a child. Regardless of whether or not the woman wants to keep the child. Also, a little side note, but have you noticed that men who are Pro-Choice are praised, but men who are Pro-Life are told that their not allowed to have an opinion on such things? Tsk, tsk, tsk. Such childish behavior.]
Do you think the overused of environment resources is a minor problem? If not why?
Perhaps, it depends on how much of what is said is propaganda from the government and other "high and mighty" groups of "expertise".However, humanity HAS gotten a little careless, hasn't it?
have you heard that their considering making "After Birth Abortion" (where the child is purposely born THEN killed) a thing? Sickening.
[Yes. This is real. See here.]
What can you do to save the environment?
Getting rid of any and all contraceptives is a great place to start, as they harm women (physically and mentally), the child, the family, and the environment [Ya'll do realize that, while the women ingests the chemicals, it has to get flushed out, right?] . And abolishing all forms of abortion, too. We could really do a lot to save the planet by cutting down on all the equipment that people use for those. [All that tax money could be put to some real use.] And more orphanages that are funded better, so that those children who would otherwise have been aborted can also learn how to care for the environment properly [just as the tree huggers want] and be taught lifestyles that are healthy for them AND the planet.
(Please, don't think that I have no cares for the environment, but do realize that I believe that, until we can properly care for each other as humans, which does include getting rid of abortion and contraceptives, then can we look at other problems. Right now, our biggest problems are in society, and if we don't take care of those first, then we won't have people worth cleaning up the planet for. And yes, the easy access to abortion and contraceptives IS lowering the life value and character value of children and women, respectively. Men will FORCE women to have an abortion or to use contraceptives against their will; men will SPIKE WOMEN'S FOOD OR DRINK with contraceptives without her knowledge as well as against her will, and men have even KILLED THEIR PARTNERS when they refuse to kill their unborn child. [Also real, all of them. See here.] We need to correct these and other societal problems before we can butt heads over the planet.)
[Seriously, think about it. Why are so concerned about "leaving a better planet for future generations"? Why not try to leave better future generations for our planet? Why not properly teach children, such as myself, to properly be energy efficient, to recycle and reuse everything they can, and to overall just be a better person to both the planet and their fellow humans? I know that's putting a lot on parents, and it's putting a lot on the kids, too, but it is necessary. Otherwise, we'll just end up cleaning up the planet, only to have the next few generations mess it up again. It'll be a never ending cycle. You want to sort out the problem? Go for the source. Instill good environmental habits before kids even go to school. Don't wait for teachers to start telling kids this stuff. It's hard, but it is, in a way, possible, if requiring super powers. But hey, what good parent ISN'T a super hero?]