sterilizing agents into drinking water
(without letting us know, of course)!
Sex education for all the world's children
over 5 years old! Forced abortion! Arrest
of pregnant women!
diabolical and satanic can these anti-life
forces get! What they do is truly the
work of Satan!
True Christians must vigorously oppose
this satanic work. The forces arrayed
against pro-lifers are tremendous indeed
-- elements of the UN, the Obama-led
US government, the EU, etc. But on our
side is the Catholic Church, against
which the gates of hell will not prevail.
Christ is the victor, and we already
share in his victory.
Copenhagen Anti-Population Push Coming
Patrick B. Craine
England, December 11, 2009 ()
- Leading up to this month's conference
on "climate change"
in Copenhagen, Denmark, the United Nations
Population Fund (UNFPA) issued their
annual State of World Population , in which they called
for reducing population in the interest
of the environment. The report
is further confirmation of the claims
made by pro-life leaders that the
current environmentalist effort is being
used to advance an anti-life agenda.
population growth and industrialization
have led to a rapid rise in greenhouse
gas emissions," states UNFPA Executive
Director Thoraya Obaid. "We have
now reached a point where humanity is
approaching the brink of disaster."
UNFPA report, entitled Facing a Changing
World: Women, Population, and Climate,
was released on November 18th, only
weeks prior to the worldwide gathering
in Copenhagen. According to C-FAM's
Piero A. Tozzi, the UNFPA used the report
to connect current
concerns over climate with the organization's
focus on "reproductive rights."
see the report as a thinly-veiled attempt
to harness popular environmental concerns
in service of population control,"
"universal access to reproductive
health," states the report, "would
help achieve health and development
objectives while also contributing to
declines in fertility, which would in
turn help reduce greenhouse-gas emissions
in the long run" (9).
points out that the report gives a "favorable
citation" to Obama's
science czar, John Holdren, which critics,
he says, have seen "as signaling
openness to coercive measures."
Holdren is a self-described "neo-Malthusian,"
who has expressed openness to radical
population control policies, such as
forced abortion and mixing sterilizing
agents into drinking water.
the report explicitly criticizes government-imposed
population control, calling instead
for greater "access" to "reproductive
health" services, which they say
ultimately leads to lower fertility
control, the report says, "in the
sense of Government edicts and targets
on fertility levels, has no ethical
place in contemporary rights-based policymaking"
(67). They advocate, on the other hand,
policies that allow women to "decide
for themselves if and when to have children
and to do so in good health."
research has demonstrated for decades
that when women and their partners can
take advantage of client-focused family
planning services, fertility falls,"
UNFPA's version of allowing women to
"decide for themselves," however,
would seem to involve indoctrination
into their abortive and contraceptive
mentality. The report notes that such
"family planning" services
are especially successful at reducing
fertility when combined with "education
in June, the UNFPA released a new
document along with UNESCO
calling for explicit
sexual education, which would deal with
sex, "reproductive," and "gender"
issues, for all the world's children
over five years old. The document
purported to take a "rights-based
approach," including "sexual
and reproductive rights," and the
"right and access to safe abortion."
report notes that the connection between
climate and population have been raised
leading up to Copenhagen, pointing specifically
to a proposal from the European Union
"that population trends be among
the factors that should be taken into
consideration when setting greenhouse-gas
mitigation targets" (20).
control has, in fact, become a key issue
at the Copenhagen conference, after
delegates from China. According
to Zhao Baige, vice-minister of the
country's National Population and Family
Planning Commission, "Population
and climate change are intertwined,
but the population issue has remained
a blind spot when countries discuss
ways to mitigate climate change and
slow down global warming."
UNFPA has, in fact, been complicit in
China's population control regime. New
documented the continuing coercive practices
taking place in the UNFPA's six Chinese
"model counties," which include
and arrests of pregnant women.
See the UNFPA's State of World Population
On-the-Ground Investigations Confirm
UNFPA Complicity in China's Coercive
China pushing Population Control as
the Final Solution
Report calls for Explicit Sex Ed for
All World's Children over Five
"For to me to live is Christ, and
to die is gain." (Phil 1:21)