Population

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Disease is latest risk to African viability

For over 20 years, the United Nations, along with its allies, have been forcing methods of population control on the so-called “developing nations” and, for the same two decades and more, the peoples of Africa have tried to resist, claiming that Africa’s problem is not one of ‘over’-population, but ‘under’-population. This claim is supported by an article published (however strange it may seem) by the International Planned Parent Federation, IPPF, in the December, 1981, issue of its ... (Continue reading)

Former population control official affirms Philippine vaccine scandal

A former official with the Philippine government’s population control organization has released an official medical report affirming that Filipina women were injected with sterilizing agents without their knowledge or consent. Antonio (Sonny) de los Reyes served from 1978 to 1982 in a number of Pilipino population control agencies. He was in Toronto recently to attend meetings of a Catholic charismatic prayer group. Mr. De los Reyes, 52, served as executive director of the Commission on Population, the body ... (Continue reading)

Concerns raised over U.N. food summit

The U.S. delegation to November’s United Nations world food summit is likely to promote “population stabilization” and “family planning” as a means of protecting world food security. According to a July 29 report from the CWN new service, the Clinton administration has circulated a position paper expressing support for population control measures. The U.S. position also calls on participating countries to adopt national policies favouring voluntary population stabilization. Pro-life and pro-family groups interpret population stabilization to mean the promotion of artificial means of ... (Continue reading)

Is Europe dying out?

I have been traveling quite a lot lately by both air and train. I usually try to catch up with my reading when I do so, particularly newsletters from various pro-life groups. A few weeks ago I took with me one of the best newsletters I know, “Population Research Institute Review.” It always carries very well informed and interesting articles on various aspects of world population. When I opened it on the plane I found that ... (Continue reading)

You were asking ? Winifride Prestwich Where is the line between “family planning” and “population control”?

In its true sense, “family planning” is fundamentally different from “population control”. “Family planning” implies that each couple makes the decisions about the number and spacing of their children, according to their circumstances and their beliefs. “Population control”, however, means that the decisions about family size etc., are made by the state or other agencies, and then imposed on the people. It is well known that China enforces its “one child per family” law, and that India’s forced male sterilization ... (Continue reading)

World’s elite gather to talk depopulation

San Francisco gathering draws all the big names from the world of politics, media, business and entertainment A few months ago in late September 1995 a group of stellar performers from the world stage got together in San Francisco to discuss the future of the planet. The “State of the World Forum” was convened by Mikhail Gorbachev, along with co-chairs President Askar Akaev of Kyrgystan, former President of Costa Rica Oscar Arias, former U.S, Secretary of State James A. Baker III, Prime ... (Continue reading)

You Were Asking?

Where is the line between “family planning” and “population control”? J. D. Waterloo In its true sense “family planning” is fundamentally different from “population control.” “Family planning” implies that each couple makes the decisions about the number and spacing of their children, according to their circumstances and their beliefs. “Population control,” however, means that the decisions about family size etc., are made by the state or other agencies, and then imposed on the people. It is well known that China enforces its ... (Continue reading)

World’s elite gather to talk depopulation

San Francisco gathering draws all the big names from the world of politics, media, business and entertainment A few months ago in late September 1995 a group of stellar performers from the world stage got together in San Francisco to discuss the future of the planet. The “State of the World Forum” was convened by Mikhail Gorbachev, along with co-chairs President Askar Akaev of Kyrgystan, former President of Costa Rica Oscar Arias, former U.S, Secretary of State James A. Baker III, Prime ... (Continue reading)

Crossing the ocean for babies

I’m not exactly an avid reader of glossy magazines, but recently I spotted an interesting cover on Macleans and I picked it up. The picture showed a beautiful young lady holding a small Asian baby. The caption ran, “Bringing Home Baby. Canadians comb the globe to adopt children.” On the contents page I read the following, “Faced with long waiting lists at home to adopt children, infertile but determined Canadians are increasingly combing the globe. And while international adoption circles are rife ... (Continue reading)

Editorial – 40,000 angry women

As this paper goes to press, 40,000 of the most powerful and angry women from all around the world will gather in Beijing to rant and rave about their unjust plight. There will also be a pro-family contingent but don’t expect the press to acknowledge their presence. All rational people (men included) support the just and equal treatment of women. Holding a conference to promote this seems absurd. But equality, as we understand it, is not the issue at this latest ... (Continue reading)

The real population scare

There has been so much in the news recently about last year’s Cairo Conference on Populations and Development and the forthcoming Beijing Women’s Conference in September that I felt myself almost impelled to do some study on world population and the world food situation. I confined myself to three sources, The War Against the Family, by William D. Gairdner; The War Against Population, by Professor Jacqueline Kasun; and the May 1995 issue of New Federalist, an American publication. In view of ... (Continue reading)

The long march from Rome to Beijing

These days, the mere suggestion of a UN conspiracy brings an immediate hail of scorn. However, by tracing the UN’s movements since the 1950s,  Winifride Prestwich has put together a pretty good case. Freedom, both religious and political, can never be taken for granted. In 1995, people in Britain, Ireland, the USA, and Canada are learning, to their dismay, that many of their fundamental and traditional rights have been handed over to the supranational, e.g., the European Union (EU) and the ... (Continue reading)

The Month In Review

Off the Wire Family Practice News reports that the California Academy of family physicians.  Has voted to recommend that all family physicians be trained in abortion techniques and “the importance to access to this medical service.” The group plans to offer a similar resolution at the American Academy of Family Physicians meeting later this year. A California abortionist accused of murdering a patient in a botched abortion has fled the U.S. Local pro-life groups have criticized District Attorney General Paul Pfingst for ... (Continue reading)

UNICEF plays hand with controversial appointment

The controversy surrounding the United Nation’s Children’s Fund has deepened with the appointment of a long-time abortion advocate as its new director. Carol Bellamy, a state senator from New York, has been named the new director of UNICEF despite heated criticisms from pro-family circles. The U.S. Catholic newspaper The Wanderer reports that Cong. Chris Smith (R. N.J.), chairman of the House Sub-committee on International Operations and Human Rights criticized the UN Secretary-General Boutros-Ghali for the appointment. “Carol Bellamy is a highly ... (Continue reading)

Possible anti-fertility vaccine discovered

Those who follow the workings of the various anti-population organizations have long feared the possibility of an anti-human vaccination. These fears may now have been realized with the discovery of an anti-tetanus vaccine, administered by the World Health Organization, which may have destroyed the fertility of millions in the Third World. Several pro-life agencies, including Human Life International and International Right to Life, have discovered that a tetanus vaccine administered to women in the Philippines and Mexico and Nicaragua also contains ... (Continue reading)

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