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Old school philosophy professor says the ONLY way to save the planet is to stop having children

Professor of Old School Goth philosophy says the ONLY way to save the planet is to stop having children and “extinction”

  • Patricia MacCormack from Anglia Ruskin University calls it ‘The Ahuman Manifesto’
  • She believes that childbirth is “the worst thing you can do” about the climate
  • Prof. MacCormack describes itself as an ‘old school goth’ and London DJ
  • Her thesis has provoked global anger and she says she has received death threats

A professor of philosophy and ‘old school goth’ says that the only way to save the planet is by not having children anymore.

Patricia MacCormack, of Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, believes that giving birth “is the worst thing you can do” about the carbon footprint due to global overpopulation.

Her new book, “The Ahuman Manifesto,” has confused people around the world, with one Italian news item calling her “delusions” and claiming she has received death threats.

Prof. MacCormack, from Australia, told Yahoo Lifestyle: “I simply suggest that people do not reproduce, and it automatically translated into acts of violence.

Patricia MacCormack, of Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, believes that giving birth “is the worst thing you can do” about the carbon footprint because of the overcrowding on this planet.

Prof. MacCormack’s new book, “The Ahuman manifesto,” has confused people around the world, with an Italian news channel calling its “delusions” and claiming it has received death threats

“So somehow I want to kill children, which is ridiculous. Somehow I propose eugenics or some sort of ethnic population control … and I think that what that shows is an anthropocentric – or a human – impulse to read grace as, automatically, acts of violence.

“And that says a lot more about the people who don’t read the book and just take over the message.”

The academic and London DJ says she understands why her position ‘triggers’ because it confronts people with an idea that contradicts their fundamental view of the world.

But she says that her opinion is formed by her concern for children who, according to her, live on an earth that quickly becomes inhospitable due to our CO2 emissions.

She says that critics of her work have used images of her dressed as a gothic in an attempt to discredit her

She says that critics of her work have used images of her dressed as a gothic in an attempt to discredit her

She says that critics of her work have used images of her dressed as a gothic in an attempt to discredit her

Prof. MacCormack is far from negative, but describes her work as optimistic and hopeful.

One of the other suggestions in her manifesto is “abolitionist veganism,” which is the idea that no conscious being should be treated as property.

She said to Yahoo: “People now live in the apocalypse – especially non-human animals born in an apocalypse. They live to suffer and then they are killed. ”

Prof. MacCormack has even focused on the climate protest group Extinction Rebellion before it goes far enough.

In addition to her ideas about the climate, Prof. MacCormack is praised by Anglia Ruskin for her expertise in feminism, queer theory, post-human ethics, animal studies and horror films.

In addition to her ideas about the climate, Prof. MacCormack is praised by Anglia Ruskin for her expertise in feminism, queer theory, post-human ethics, animal studies and horror films.

In addition to her ideas about the climate, Prof. MacCormack is praised by Anglia Ruskin for her expertise in feminism, queer theory, post-human ethics, animal studies and horror films.

“Even Extinction Rebellion only focuses on the effect this will have on human life when climate change is something that will affect every living thing on the planet.” She said Cambridgeshire Live.

In addition to her ideas about the climate, Prof. MacCormack is praised by Anglia Ruskin for her expertise in feminism, queer theory, post-human ethics, animal studies and horror films.

The university website says: “She is currently working on a new impact case study on inclusiveness in mental health and criminal law, especially with regard to issues of sexual difference and trans-rights.”

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