Canadian Newspaper Calls for Malthusian Global Population Reduction Policy

Diane Francis, writing for Canada’s Financial Post, begins an editorial by declaring a myth — the world is over-populated. “The ‘inconvenient truth’ overhanging the UN’s Copenhagen conference is not that the climate is warming or cooling, but that humans are overpopulating the world,” she writes. “A planetary law, such as China’s one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days.”

An interesting choice of words. Planetary law. In other words, a world government with the power to decide if humans are allowed to procreate.

Currently we do not have such a world government. Behind the scenes at Copenhagen, however, the powerbrokers are working feverishly to establish the sort of world government only partially imagined by Ms. Francis.

The elite realized a big victory when they anointed the Bilderberg and Trilateral commission member Herman Van Rompuy as the “permanent” (and unelected) president of the European Union. Van Rompuy declared 2009 the “first year of global governance” and said Copenhagen is “another step towards the global management of our planet.”

It is also interesting that Francis cited China’s notorious one-child policy as the desired template. The totalitarian rulers of China have enforced a one-child policy since 1979. It is modern eugenics in practice. “China currently has Galton-era eugenics laws on the books which only allow pre-approved couples to marry and have children,” writes Daniel Taylor. “The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Maternal and Infant Health Care states that if the approved couples children are deemed to be inferior they are to be terminated.”

China’s draconian eugenics program is supported the Rockefellers, a clan of infamous eugenicists. The Washington Post reported on October 12, 2000 that the Rockefeller Foundation had donated two million dollars to upgrade a Chinese drug factory that produces the abortion drug RU-486. “RU-486 has been a key ingredient in China’s population control strategy for years. Of the estimated 10 million abortions performed annually in China, about half are carried out with RU-486, said Gao Ersheng, director of the Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research,” the CIA’s favorite newspaper reported.

The globalist United Nations — soon to be cast off as useless (it was revealed this week in Copenhagen) — is largely responsible for fostering China’s one-child policy.

China’s brutal totalitarian rulers base their Malthusian depopulation program on Mao Zedong’s reading of Marxist theory on population growth, an idea Marx took from Thomas Malthus. The British economist argued in favor of “positive checks” on population. Positive checks are those, according to Thomas Malthus, that increase the death rate, specifically disease, war, disaster, and finally, when other checks are ineffective, famine. Of course, when Malthus formulated his macabre philosophy in 1798, the modern totalitarian dictatorship had yet to come into existence.

Mao was a master at eliminating humans he deemed either inferior or belonging to the wrong social class. Mao, like Stalin, killed more people than Hitler. Unlike the mass murder campaign in the Soviet Union that began years after the October Revolution, Mao started killing people almost immediately after taking power. He starved millions to death under a forced agricultural collectivization program. Mao considered these collectivized farms too individualistic, so he forced millions of peasants into communes where family life, traditions, personal property and privacy, personal initiative and individual freedom were drummed out of the victims.

The Khmer Rouge in Cambodia would later attempt to follow Mao’s lead and killed more than 20% of the population under the rule of Pol Pot.

Mao’s so-called Great Leap Forward in industrialization killed at least 30 million Chinese, mostly through famine. A few years later, Mao launched his Cultural Revolution and purged and executed large numbers of Communist Party members and intellectuals. The Cultural Revolution killed an additional 10-15 million.

China’s so-called communist rulers continued Mao’s brutal policies after his death. In 1989 the government engaged in the methodical murder of an estimated 2,000-3,000 demonstrators in Tiananmen Square. Others have put the number at over 12,000. However, the murderous zeal of Mao has waned in China. Political criminals are no longer killed in large numbers. Instead, political criminals are sent to “re-education” camps and exploited as state-owned assets (an undetermined number of these state assets are harvested for their internal organs).

“Whatever the price of the Chinese Revolution, it has obviously succeeded not only in producing more efficient and dedicated administration, but also in fostering high morale and community of purpose,” a praiseful David Rockefeller has gushed (New York Times, August 10, 1973). “The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in human history.”

Rockefeller and the New World Order gang are chomping at the bit to bring Mao’s lessons to Europe and especially America where “high morale and community of purpose” need to be inflicted on a population that still remembers, however vaguely, the example of Jefferson and Madison.

Part of the plan is to drastically scale back the population through eugenics. The “recalibration” of humanity Diane Francis writes about so glowingly in her editorial published by the Financial Times on December 8 is well underway in the form of genetically modified food, a systematic poisoning of the population through water and product fluoridation, and degradation of the environment through industrial and military pollution (which the Ford and Rockefeller foundation environmentalists ignore in favor of the contrived scam they call “climate change,” formerly global warming before it was revealed as a scientifically disprovable fallacy).

The New World Order will ultimately have no use for Ms. Francis or the rest of us, who are considered interlopers and trespassers on a planet they consider their property.

Kurt Nimmo
sursa: infowars.com

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