Entries for the ‘Population’ Category

The European birth collapse

by Carder In the past, those of us who’ve spoken about the collapsing Euro birth rates have been dismissed as religious fanatics or other stuff that I can’t share in a family blog. Yet this is not about religion. It’s about reality. You cannot have a future without babies. In other words, at some point […]

Abortion contributing to Chicago’s “fiscal free fall” and Rahm’s collapse

Rahm Emanuel

From the†Investors.com article, “Rahm Emanuel’s Chicago nears fiscal free fall,” March 2:

In progressive ChicagoMoody’s has cut its credit rating to two grades above “junk.”…

The steady financial decline of the nation’s third-largest city prompted us recently to say that Chicago was well on its way to becoming the next Detroit….

The brutality of China’s one-child policy

by Carder There are a lot of accusations in Chen’s talk, but I want to say from my experience that they are all true… I don’t know how accurate the numbers are, but I have an aunt who worked as a ‘family planning’ officer in a small town in rural Guizhou, and she told me […]

New Ebola Czar believes in population control

by Carder I think, I think the top leadership issue in the world today is how to deal with the continuing, growing population of the world and all the resource demands it places on the world and uh uh burgeoning populations in Africa and Asia that lack the resources to have a happy healthy life […]

Atheist predicts demise of atheists due to their population decline

We atheists sometimes congratulate ourselves that the incidence of religious belief is going down. But religious people have more children. Where are people having the most children? Itís in the tropics and in Africa. Itís clearly the case that the future will involve an increase in religious populations and a decrease in scepticism. We may […]

Singer: Childbearing should not be an “absolute right”

by Kelli [W]e need to consider whether we can talk about trying to reduce population growth and whether thatís compatible with the very reasonable concerns people have about womenís right to control their life decisions and their reproduction…. Turns out that the right to graze as many cows as you like on the common was […]

Buffett Foundation hires architect of CA’s nonphysician abortion law

Tracy WeitzThe Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation has quietly hired Tracy Weitz, PhD, MPA, to head its domestic operation.

STBF is the charitable giving outlet for 83-yr-old†Warren Buffett, the†second richest man in the world, with a net worth of $63.4 billion.

Originally the†Buffett Foundation, STBF was renamed by the billionaire†in honor of his wife after she died in 2004.

STBF is currently ranked #14 in the Top 100 U.S. Foundations by Total Giving. STBF’s focus is population control. According to Buffett biographer Roger Lowenstein, Buffett has a “Malthusian dread that overpopulation [will] aggravate problems in all other areas – such as food, housing, even human survival.”

Reporter believes vaccines tied to population control in Philippines

Philippines_PopulationWhile the Solicitor General and his legal team are trying very hard to convince us that state-mandated contraception under the Reproductive Health Law is not population control, an aggressive vaccination campaign among the poor is reported to be causing an alarming rise in infant mortality in the countryside.

Last weekend I listened to reports from family life workers assembled in Cebu City [who]… reported similar cases of infants dying after having been vaccinated by local health workers….


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