Instead of the “global elite”, from now on we have to listen to Nature!

Zsolt Hermann
2 min readJul 9, 2020


Question from the Internet:

“Why doesn’t the global elite go straight and tell it like it is that human overpopulation can’t be sustained and the population has to go down no matter what instead of inventing fake COVID-19 pandemics?”

I don’t think the global elite has much more to say right now, they are just as desperately helpless as anybody else.

I can imagine some of them preparing for certain doomsday scenarios, perhaps building bunkers for nuclear wars, some even thinking to reduce Humanity’s population with different drastic measures.

But that wouldn’t make sense on multiple accounts.

Nobody can control, ration, calculate a world war in a global world especially not a nuclear one, as nobody can predict how an artificially created microorganism pandemic will unfold with random mutations, etc.

And Humanity’s problem is not overpopulation.

Our problem is our excessively overconsuming personal and collective “footprint”. We are all consuming way over our true necessities by that depleting Natural and Human resources. It is not the number of people but our artificial, inflated footprint that needs reduction.

And it will happen without our consent as the pandemic and the subsequent crisis shows.
We passed through the threshold where Nature’s perfect, delicately balanced system could tolerate us.

Thus now the unchanging, “iron” Natural laws that govern the balance and homeostasis that sustains life started rejecting us, collapsing our unnatural systems, ideologies.

Everything we devised, built so far are now slipping through our fingers and neither trillions of dollars on bank accounts, nor bunkers can help anybody.

The only thing that can help us is learning consciously, methodically how to change ourselves, our interconnections and the Human system we live in on order to reach compatibility with Nature’s laws of integration. Either we learn to follow these laws it we will suffer until intolerable suffering will “convince us” to change ourselves.



Zsolt Hermann

I am a Hungarian-born Orthopedic surgeon presently living in New Zealand, with a profound interest in how mutually integrated living systems work.