I wonder which way his politics run.

We’ll start with the rich countries, to free up resources.

Perhaps water meters that turn off automatically after a household’s daily ration of water has been consumed will be fitted to every house…

[P]rivate property rights will be severely curtailed to prevent landowners from engaging in environmentally-damaging behaviours. And many, many more such infringements on what we now regard as our rights will have to be accepted…

The next most human way to reduce the population might be to put something in the water, a virus that would be specific to the human reproductive system and would make a substantial proportion of the population infertile. Perhaps a virus that would knock out the genes that produce certain hormones necessary for conception…

The world’s most affluent populations should be targeted first.

Also on tap: the abolition of the Abrahamic religions, which “represent the quintessential perversion of the human mind,” and a ration system for medical services that favors the young, with infirm middle-aged and elderly people to fend for themselves. Alas, he says — “not every problem is solveable.”

It’s time for the obligatory Steyn link, isn’t it? Shazam!