Jacques Attali wrote in 1981 about reducing world's population in the future
The weak and the insignificant will cremate.
The stupid will believe it & ask for treatment. Jacques Atalli was an advisor from Françios Mitterand, former president of France. He wrote in 1981: 'In the future, it will be a question of finding a method of reducing the world's population. We will start with the elderly because as soon a man is above 60-65 years of age, he lives longer than he produces, this will cost society dearly. Next the weak and the useless who contribute nothing to society because more and more are added, especially the stupid. Euthanasia targets these groups. Euthanasia should be an essential tool for our future communities in any case. Of course, we cannot be able to execute people or establish concentration camps, we will get rid of them by making them believe it is for their own good. Overpopulation or unnecessary population is too expensive economically. It is far better for society when the human machine abruptly ceases, rather than slowly withering away. We will not be able to take intelligence tests from all those millions of people, you can imagine. We will find or cause something. A pandemic that targets certain people, a realistic economic crisis or not, a virus that will infect the elderly. That is not important, the weak and scared will die, the stupid will believe it & ask for treatment. We will make sure that the treatment is planned. A treatment that will be the solution. The selection of idiots will run by itself. They will go to the slaughter of their own accord.