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UN & Population Control

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 5, 2009

“Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord; and the fruit of the womb is his reward.” Psalm 127:3

One of the most difficult concepts for many of us to accept is that there are human beings dedicated to coercive population control and genocide. It’s difficult to acknowledge that some governments help to finance the program of forced abortion, forced sterilization, infanticide, and control of the numbers of live births in the developing world. It’s known that rich nations are helping to finance the United Nations’ world-wide “family planning program,” a form of population control. Most rational men and women, however, find it impossible to believe that such programs are really part of a “master plan” to kill off large segments of the world’s population.

In the year 2003, the United Nation’s emergencies Unit for Ethiopia (EUE) has called for pressure tactics for depopulation in Ethiopia. Rather than providing food aid, the EUE is suggesting that a “reward and punishment” system should be implemented to implement ‘family planning’.

African media quote the EUE report as saying, “If Ethiopia wants to become less dependent on foreign food aid, all appropriate means should be explored to stop the ongoing population explosion.”

“The dissemination of family planning methods, possibly linked with relief operations, must be stepped up,” it said. “Family planning education should be pursued more aggressively and it might be worth contemplating how far a system of reward and punishment could help implement family planning strategies.”

There is a substantial evidence to prove that UNICEF has become a very willing partner in the population control anti-child and anti-family programs of the U.N. Until recently, UNICEF was vehemently denying its involvement in contraception and abortion programs. Since the Vatican’s Nov. 1996 withdrawal of its targeted $2,000 annual symbolic contribution, UNICEF seems to have dropped the pretence and has become more open about its participation in such programs.

Most people have no idea that one of the key goals of the United Nations is population control. In fact, an incredibly shocking U.N. population division policy brief from 2009 has been uncovered that not only discusses the need for population control, but also asks how fertility decline in the least developed countries can be accelerated.

The policy report begins with this stunning question:

What would it take to accelerate fertility decline in the least developed countries?

So who exactly are the least developed countries?

Well, apparently they aren’t places that have a lot of white people. The report defines the “less developed regions” this way:

The document says……”For purposes of this brief, the less developed regions include all the countries and areas of the world except Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, the United States of America and all countries in Europe:”

Continue reading….

Thanks, Enemamar!


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