Much-admired Uruguayan leader sets bad precedent

Object of Suzuki's admiration reviled for family planning views

Re: Uruguay president offers shining example (Suzuki column, March 15)

David Suzuki and Ian Hanington call ‘radical activist’ Jose Mujica ‘a remarkable man,’ the same man who ‘joined the left-wing guerrilla group known as Tupamaros … was shot six times and imprisoned for 14 years.’

This radical Tupamaros guerrilla ran for office and was elected president in 2009.

The writers encourage ‘bright young idealists’ to ‘share their environmental concerns’ by getting involved in politics.

Mujica pretends, like Suzuki, Hanington and all globalists, that he is concerned about getting ‘the masses out of poverty,’ and the best way to do it is with something they call ‘sustainable development.’

The truth is, sustainability cultists like Mujica because he is a ‘green’ globalist eugenicist who votes for the infernal population reduction and so-called ‘family planning’ programmes of UN Agenda 21.

At Rio+20, the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in June 2012, Mujica asked, “does this planet have enough resources so seven or eight billion can have the same level of consumption and waste that today is seen in rich societies? It is this level of hyper-consumption that is harming our planet.”

Mujica advocated a bill legalizing abortion before 12 weeks, which lowered his popularity with the people of Uruguay.

The word sustainability is ‘green’ globalist code for ‘eugenics.’

Far from being ‘a good role model with wise, enduring values, and an inspiration for people around the world,’ as Suzuki and Hanington enthuse, Jose Mujica is a very dangerous, decadent and delusional man.

Gregory Hartnell