French People are Sterilizing Themselves to Help the Environment

Diversity Macht Frei
January 18, 2019

The “Don’t have children to help the environment” movement really seems to be taking off in France. I wrote one article about it before and thought it was just a curious foible, an amusing, if slightly crazed, example of leftist degeneracy. Then I mentioned it again was supported by a prominent politician.

But here, now, we have people not just choosing not to have children, but actually undergoing operations that will sterilise them for life – all to “help the environment”. Even if they escape their brainwashing at some point in future, it will be too late. Millions of years of evolutionary struggle end with their folly. Of course only white people are susceptible to these kinds of appeals, based on altruism. It becomes another weapon in the arsenal of white genocide.


“I see having children as an egotistical choice.” Florence, 24, had her tubes tied in April 2018 so she would never become pregnant. And the reason, when the Intergovernmental Report on Climate Change was released on 8 October last year, the AFP, via Twitter, published an infographic making it clear that “having one child less” would reduce CO2 emissions. Contacted via the Facebook Groups « Stérilisation volontaire (Ligature, Essure, Vasectomie) » [Voluntary sterilisation (Tubes, Essure, Vasectomy] and « VHEMT Francophone (Movement for the voluntary extinction of humanity), the men and women I interviewed have chosen voluntary sterilisation to respond to the environmental emergency.

Sylvain, 34, wants to have a vasectomy. For this small farmer, if the global population has gone from 1.6 billion inhabitants in 1900 to almost 8 billion today, it’s “only because Man found ways of massively exploiting fossil fuels.” But he is convinced: “These energies will run out and there will come a time when we can no longer extract them from the soil cheaply.”

…Sylvain, who has forced himself to live under the poverty threshold, warns: “We will be forced to lower our demands collectively and come back to pre-industrial levels of life. Demographic decline forms part of that.” Sereb, childfree at 31, who has had a vasectomy, shares this opinion. ” I realised that humanity didn’t know how to make the choice between living with a few dozen million at a high level of comfort and living with several billion with a low quality of life,” he says.

For some guy,s too, resorting to voluntary sterilisation is part of their feminist activism.  This is true of David: “There is a time when men must also assume their responsibilities,” he reacts. Lou approves: “It’s not a sacrifice for me to have a vasectomy because I don’t want a child. And due to my feminist motivation, I insist on involving myself in  contraception.”