Knight,   [B] a high school substitute teacher living in Portland, Oregon. VHEMT members who strongly believed that "Civilization [is] headed for collapse" were most likely to embrace these views. However, the VHEMT platform is more moderate and serious than the Church of Euthanasia , which advocates population reduction by suicide and cannibalism. He believes this pressure has stopped many people from supporting, or even discussing, population control. Writing in the San Francisco Chronicle , Gregory Dicum states that there is an "undeniable logic" to VHEMT's arguments, but he doubts whether Knight's ideas can succeed, arguing that many people desire to have children and cannot be dissuaded. He notes that Knight's claim that the last humans in an extinction scenario would have an abundance of resources promotes his cause based on "benefits accruing to humans".
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As a Sith Lord , Vader turned against his former comrades and hunted the surviving Jedi into near extinction. He became an enforcer of the Galactic Empire , who worked to crush the Alliance to Restore the Republic for opposing his Sith Master 's will. Yet despite his actions as Darth Vader, a glimmer of the light side of the Force remained within the former Anakin Skywalker. Although he had a mother , the slave Shmi Skywalker , the truth about his parentage was that Anakin had no father—leading Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn to suspect that Skywalker's conception was the work of the midi-chlorians.