Is the Rio+20 Summit advocating loss of your “Right to Bear Children”?

Posted: May 21, 2012 in Uncategorized

How magnanimous of these fat old white haired men slouching in their leather chairs at the United Nations to even openly discuss the “Rights to Bear Children” in this “overcrowded and over populated World”!

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) was created to study the “problem” of how a World which is populated with too many humans can be controlled and legislated to reduce human reproduction and save the planet from eating too much food that can’t be grown!

Eugenics is a catch all phrase that was embraced by none other than good old Adolph during his hay-day of genocide and can’t be ignored even today when we have organizations trying to dictate who and who cannot have children!

This is one of the few times that the U.N. has actually come out in written form of their intent to include this type of discussion in a World Forum like the Rio+20 Summit coming up in June. Cluttered with obtuse, fuzzy language describing this core issue is of course the intent of the U.N. to “disguise” their true intentions so nobody will notice until it’s too late to argue the points! …..wouldn’t want to upset the various religions that consider the Birth of a Child as SACRED!!

UNFPA Promotes Population Control at Rio+20 Conference

Timothy Herrmann LifeNews.com 5/21/12 

New York, NY (CFAM/LifeNews) — The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is taking advantage of the upcoming Rio+20 conference in June to promote population control and reproductive rights as the backbone of sustainable development and poverty eradication.

At a briefing session held just before the second round of informal negotiations last week, UNFPA labeled population growth as the main obstacle to achieving sustainable development and identified increased access to reproductive rights and services as the solution.

Ann-Brigitte Albrectsen, UNFPA Deputy Executive Director, warned countries, “The world’s population has now well surpassed the 7 billion mark, and will continue to grow by billions more. Efforts to further improve the quality of life of such a large and growing population while ensuring the sustainable use of essential and finite resources is today’s greatest challenge.”

UNFPA’s economics adviser Michael Herrmann was quick to remind representatives from developing countries with growing populations, “Demography is not destiny.” He insisted that in order to achieve economic growth, eradicate poverty and curb climate change it was essential for them to limit population growth.

Following Herrmann’s lead, UNFPA representatives implored countries during the briefing to lobby for the inclusion of “population dynamics” together with “reproductive health and rights” in the outcome document, and not to see them as separate issues.

Such are the obtuse ways of UN negotiations. What does “population dynamics” mean? What does the term mean when connected to other terms like “reproductive health and rights?”

The term “population dynamics” is little used in UN documents and first appeared in the original Cairo document and later in the Agenda 21 of the Rio Conference on the environment. Connecting the term in the new document with the term “reproductive health and rights” has raised concerns among delegations that it is a new kind of trick to promote population control.

Raising further suspicions, pro-abortion UNFPA collaborators like the United States, New Zealand, Norway and Switzerland, heeded the UNFPA’s requests and lobbied heavily during negotiations this month to include both terms in the text together.

The Holy See and Malta opposed inclusion of the terms, which at this point appear multiple times in the document and may or may not be included in the final document that will be agreed upon in Rio this June.

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