Friday, December 11, 2009

China: "Population Control Key To Climate Solution"--- Obama's Science Advisor Agrees

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China has told the delegates and those in attendance in Copenhagen that population and climate change are intertwined, but the population issue is a blind spot to those seeking to solve climate change.

Zhao Baige, representing China, told the audience that as a result of family planning policy, which in China is an enforced one-child only policy, their country has seen 400 million fewer births, which has resulted in 18 million fewer tons of CO2 emissions per year.

She also said enforced population control is great for the economy. She pointed out that "Each $7 spent on basic family planning would reduce CO2 emissions by more than one ton," whereas it would cost $13 for reduced deforestation, $24 to use wind technology, $51 for solar power, $93 for introducing hybrid cars and $131 for electric vehicles.

Nothing like that would ever be taken seriously in America, one could say. Well, it is already being taken seriously by some who have significant influence in policy making. And the delivery system is already in place.

Canada's national newspaper came out yesterday with a very supportive column.

Diane Frances, witting for Canada's national paper Financial Post responded by saying, "A planetary law, such as China's one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birth rate currently, which is one million births every 4 days."

She points out that if we all would follow China's lead in the one-child policy, by 2075 the world's human population will drop from it's current 6.5 billion to a more earth friendly 3.43 billion. If not, she says, the earth will be burdened with 9 billion souls by 2050.

She says humankind must recalibrate it's behavior to account for the fact that the world can only accommodate so many people, "especially if billions get indoor plumbing and cars."

No one in our country would accept this---right?

There is already a philosophical disposition toward this thinking in the White House and the two necessary delivery systems are in place to facilitate enforced birth control and the recalibration of behavior and beliefs.

reported, when President Obama appointed John Holdren as his science advisor, that Holdren had floated the idea of forced abortion in some of his writings. In fact, he has written favorably of "compulsory sterilization" and the creation of a "planetary regime" that would oversee human population levels and control all natural resources as a means of protecting the planet.

And yesterday, advisor Holdren began making his case before Congress. He told them that the earth could be reaching the global warming "tipping point" and that would be followed by a dramatic rise in sea level.

Please read these four linked stories. Then consider this:

As America has devalued life with more than 50 million "legal" abortions and counting, denied the idea that America is a Christian nation, evicted the Creator from public life, with a majority of the voters, elected a hard-left, progressive as President who is advised by people like Holdren, is it too much to think they would not consider such ideas?

It is not specifically on the Copenhagen agenda, but it is on the minds of some---perhaps many. Who would take China seriously?

Borrowers are said to be slaves to the lender. Keep in mind that we are not the lender in our relationship with China.

Planned Parenthood has proven they are ready and capable of increasing "family planning" in communities across the country and public education seems to major in "recalibrating" our children.

Pray for America. Pray for a spiritual awakening and renewal---pray that it begins with you---and me.

God bless and guide us.

Gary Randall
Faith & Freedom

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