October 29th, 2007
It’s been several weeks since the Russian Government sent their citizenry home to “make babies” for Conception Day. This twisted September 12 holiday is nine months before their national holiday, Russia Day, on June 12 and new mothers are discovering they are pregnant. Oi vey, their joy makes me miserable.
This is a bittersweet moment for us. On one hand, I’m frustrated that the government is doing anything to support life. We had such a grip on this nation during the Communist era that we can confidently take credit for the low birth rate. We began losing the fight shortly after the Iron Curtain fell, in line with the Marian Appparitions about Russia to St. Bernadette at Lourdes.
On the other hand, Russia’s reaction is testimony to the powerful global overpopulation myth we’ve propogated for decades. At the end of the Agrarian Age and the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, we’ve championed government dependency because, among other benefits, it positions population growth as harmful to economic growth. Policies inherently discourage large families because they become a strain on a government responsible for their welfare.
We convinced people that poverty is caused by overpopulation. As a result, birth rates throughout Asia and Europe have plummeted below the threshhold required to sustain life, let alone wealth distribution policies that depend on the country’s ability to renew it’s own population.
Steve Mosher at the Population Research Institute (PRI) is working tirelessly to debunk our myths following his personal observation of the destructive forced abortion policies in China. He’s cast a blinding light on the human rights abuses caused by population control. He’s a very strong advocate for policies that allow population growth and promote economic development in ways that respect the dignity of people.
PRI is already having an impact in Western Europe. France has instituted policies that are reversing the downward trend of their birth rates, including support for working families
Now Mosher is disrupting our campaigns throughout Latin America to promote abortion through various legislative bodies. Here is Part One of one of their more effective pieces of propaganda:
And Part Two:
I’ve mentioned the PRI previously in my missive on the Sexualization of Girls. Keep an eye on him. and don’t ever let your patient discover his work.
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