Population control, documented in Agenda 21, is a method to maintain an equal balance between nature and living humans. The Marxist will call it “sustainable growth”. There are absurd reports that the population should be reduced by up to ninety percent to become sustainable. I believe “controllable” could be replaced for the word “sustainable“. By looking closely to what our government is doing by law, it could possibly be evident that there is an attempt in not only to maintain growth but reduce the populace.
In the United States there are over one million abortions performed a year. Thirty states have deemed abortions illegal while the remaining twenty permit abortions in certain instances. President Obama goes one step farther by agreeing that infanticide, the termination of an infant’s life on a botched abortion by severing the spinal cord, is perfectly acceptable. Another means in limiting the birth rate is through free contraception and the morning after pill which is included in the disastrous Obamacare plan. Planned Parenthood, the leader in the baby killing industry, could be rewarded thirty million dollars of taxpayer’s money in Obama’s new budget proposal introduced last week. I am sure we all agree that this money could be put to use in much better places than the assassination of future citizens.
Obamacare in itself is a killing machine. Many doctors are walking away from their profession while companies that cannot afford the additional expense are cutting hours of their current employees and not hiring new workers. The Presidents Health Care Program is not only eradicating the job market but the program will also increase the death rate amongst those who do not receive or cannot afford the essential care. In the future, I wonder if the death panels will evolve into a eugenics program that only favors a certain sector of the population.
Food borne illness is on the increase and many are pointing fingers at Monsanto, “a sustainable agriculture company”. Monsanto has genetically modified its seeds to increase yields and be more resistant to disease and problematic chemicals. In the process, the end product is less nutritional and causes many illnesses. In International Business Times an article was written that states some frightening facts.