Sunday, April 7, 2013

We don't need China's One-Child Policy

We have Bill and Melinda Gates! 

From The Ambitions of Bill and Melinda Gates, in Crisis Magazine

The very rich and philanthropic couple have succeeded in transforming American education with their Common Core, a standardized school curriculum. School curriculums are supposed to be set state by state by educational professionals in conjunction with elected representatives. However the Gates have managed to inject their educational ideas into the system, bypassing protocol. There is nothing that a lot of money can't do.

The Gates' support for population control is well known. Advocating for access to contraception and abortion are mainstays of Melinda Gates' daily activities. Even though she professes to be a practising Catholic, she sees no conflict between her political activities and her faith.

America doesn't need a one-child policy such as China has. People like Bill and Melinda Gates, with their influence upon the political and educational systems, are achieving the exact same effect as China - negative population growth.

Bill and Melinda Gates truly believe that population control is key to the future.  Plans are already in place to track births and vaccinations through cell phone technology to register every birth on the planet.  Gates claims that the GPS technology would enable officials to track and “remind” parents who do not bring their children in for vaccines.   Maintaining that vaccination is key to reducing population growth, Gates predicts that if child mortality can be reduced, parents will have fewer children, following the example of the urbanized West where birth rates have dropped to below replacement levels: “The fact is that within a decade of improving health outcomes, parents decide to have fewer children.”   For Gates, “there is no such thing as a healthy, high population growth country.  If you’re healthy, you’re low-population growth… As the world grows from 6 billion to 9 billion, all of that population growth is in urban slums…It’s a very interesting problem.”

The sad thing is that they actually believe that economic growth is dependent upon small population growth, something that history does not bear out to be true.

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