This website is presented in order to point out the obvious fact of overpopulation. Clarity is not politically oriented. It does not support or encourage, among other ideas: socialism, anti-Semitism, Islam, terrorism, Nazism whether old or neo, communism, dictatorship, tyranny, diversity, racism, multiculturalism, belligerent nationalism, sexual obsession, gender wrangling, feminism, so-called 'far right politics,' police states, fanaticism, etc. Any comments found on it that might superficially seem political should be understood as merely momentary opinion and criticism offered from a point of view probably quite different from that of the then observer, given that no two persons can occupy exactly the same space simultaneously.

Clarity is totally harmless. It cannot be construed as a 'hate crime.' Unlikely to be looked at by more than a handful of equally harmless readers it is even more unlikely to influence them or anyone else in the slightest.

Hidden in the words of the website is the solution to mankind's endless troubles, but it comes with a screen that forbids entry to states of stupefaction brought about by confusion and conflict within and without—and that of course rules out most of humanity.

Highly recommended: do read the whole publication. It is written and read entirely in presence!


Mentioning overpopulation often seemed to be so explosive that it was felt safer to draw attention to it anonymously. This fear must be why, as Bindi Irwin found, it is nearly impossible to publish anything about it in newspapers and magazines, although it does seem to be slowly gaining popularity as an intelligent discussion topic.

One effort we devised way back in the 90's to get around both these problems  was the miniature flyer as shown above. It could be left anywhere—even dropped (accidentally, of course) in the street. In order to prevent the piece of paper being blown away, a penny was glued onto the back of each one. We were much entertained to see what happened to one such flyer, which was dropped into an empty shopping trolley on the roof of a high-rise car-park.

A little boy, about 3, spotted the note in the trolley while his mother was busy unloading her shopping. He laboriously climbed into the trolley, retrieved the flyer, detached the penny, then checked to see no one was looking before carefully dropping the flyer over the wall to the street below. Then he ran up to his mummy, saying, "Look! I found a penny!"

Doesn't that prove that acknowledgement of overpopulation need not be a totally humourless matter?

('Bonk' - a colloquial British expression for the English verb 'to copulate.')