The United Nation's Family Planning, Human Rights and Development is a part of their "We can end poverty 2015 Millennium" goals. It says:
The State of World Population 2012,
Drawing on the latest research, calls on developing and developed countries, international organizations and civil society to:
Radically increase financial support and political commitment to ensuring that rights-based family planning is available to all who want it, when they want it, and that services, supplies and information are of high quality.(check)
Promote family planning as a right, the exercise of which enables the attainment of a whole range of other rights.(check)
Integrate voluntary family planning into broader economic and social development because family planning enhances both.(check)
Eliminate economic, social, logistical and financial obstacles to voluntary family planning so that everyone who chooses to use it has access to it.(check)
Reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and abortions by increasing availability, reliability and quality of family planning supplies and services.(check. See STUDY: U.S. Birth Rate Hits Record Low)
Make family planning programmes available to the full range of users, including adolescents, unmarried people, and all others who need it.
Include emergency contraception in the range of supplies available through family planning programmes.
Engage men and boys in family planning, for their own benefit and to support the right of women and girls to use contraception.(check. See the Planned Parenthood Youth Development Program)
"Fighting Poverty Without Population Growth: Bangladesh Shows How It's Done."
By Laura Mortara
Bangladesh is living proof that empowering and assisting the poor can sharply cut poverty even without rapid growth.
Family planning: Realizing it did not have the coercive power to enforce either a one-child policy (like China in the 1970s) or mass sterilization (as was the case with India) the Bangladeshi government made birth control free. Government workers were dispatched all over the country to distribute birth control and dispense family planning counseling. As a result, Bangladesh’s fertility rate has fallen from 6.3 births per woman in 1975 to 2.3 in 2012.
Free government mandated birth control took place recently in the Philippines and Kenya. Of course, we now have the policy here in the U.S. as well.
So, Sandra Fluke's feigned concern about not being able to afford $4000 for birth control while trying to study at the affluent $50,000/year Georgetown University is now deemed just as concerning as a woman in a hut in a third world country.
Remember, it was Obama's Science Czar, John Holdren, who said forced abortions and mass sterilization were needed to save the planet. What a good, little water boy for the United Nations agenda.
Dr. Sam Keen, New Age writer and philosopher, speaking at Gorbachev's State of the World Forum in San Francisco in 1996 said:
"We must speak far more clearly about sexuality, contraception, about abortion, about values that control the population, because the ecological crisis, in short, is the population crisis. Cut the population by 90% and there aren't enough people left to do a great deal of ecological damage."
Back in 1990, the LA Times reported:
"WASHINGTON — The link between childbearing and the future of the environment is more critical than ever, a population control group said today in urging couples to have smaller families. "The only lasting remedy to our national and global environmental woes is a combination of more efficient consumption and a stable, and perhaps smaller, U.S. population," Zero Population Group said in a new report, "Planning the Ideal Family: The Small Family Option."
See Overpopulation.net for more earth worshipping, population control propaganda.
Although, one wouldn't need to only push legislation that offers free birth control in order to manage population. One might attempt to simply create a different kind of "environment" like, maybe one that is so financially and economically in debt that couples will choose to have smaller families simply because they can't afford more than one or two children. To see what the economic impact will be on countries who have already implemented population control, look at China's graying population compared to the upcoming "millennials" who will be financially responsible for taking care of them.
If I were the Devil....
I would make it legal to take the life of unborn babies;
I would cheapen human life as much as possible so that the life of
animals are valued more than human beings.
- Paul Harvey 1965