Is Global Warming the Mechanism for Culling Humanity?

It's been clear for some time that the elites want to kill off a large portion of humanity.

Despite whether you believe in catastrophic man-made global warming or not (I tend to think it is real), it will certainly NOT affect the "elites"-- who can insulate themselves from its effects most-- which is one reason American leaders have mostly ignored it.

Man-made GW is predicted, however, to lead to the deaths of billions of poor people around the globe, due to food shortages and massive disruption of habitats, in the next hundred years. There's also a worry that the oceans will become extremely acidic, killing off much of marine life and depriving the planet of an important oxygen source.

We are very, very close to the great culling of humanity, and it is sickening how people downplay this.

A 2009 article goes into how the UN is actually using the threat of GW to limit the human population. Note, this piece deals with mainly population control through family planning and birth control. I have no problem with that, as long is it is not forced on anyone. But certainly, it is the agenda of the elite to reduce the population, it seems.

Most recently, this guy-- Colorado State University professor Philip Cafaro-- puts it fairly explicitly. “Ending human population growth is almost certainly a necessary (but not sufficient) condition for preventing catastrophic global climate change. Indeed, significantly reducing current human numbers (emphasis added) may be necessary in order to do so.” All under the rationale of reducing the threat of GW.

So this is disturbing, and consistent with my original post. Any sort of human population culling is simply reprehensible. At the same time-- I do think GW is a threat, and that the human population can't grow forever, on this planet, without destroying the environment. The solution ultimately is more equal wealth distribution and better education among all of humanity. Improved technology should help too.

There is always a problem with these sorts of global issues, in not recognizing the problem of human pollution seriously, and taking a knee-jerk anti-progress stance, such as taken by the The Alex Jones-type people. It's obviously so easy to distrust government, but at the same time government can be absolutely critical for controlling destructive human activities such as pollution and rapacious, abusive capitalism.