One of Canada's most popular newspapers, the Financial Post, is calling out for a one child policy and it is stirring up controversy everywhere. The editorial by Diane Francis is promoting China's one child and the drastic as well as deadly, forced abortion policy. China's population control program enforces it so couples cannot have two or more children. This strict child policy has been enforced with vast human rights and extreme abuses of state power nationwide.
She starts her article:
The "inconvenient truth" overhanging the UN's Copenhagen conference is not that the climate is warming or cooling, but that humans are overpopulating the world.
A planetary law, such as China's one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate currently, which is one million births every four days.
I don't know about you, but I don't like the government telling me how many kids I can have or that they are going to kill my unborn babies if I have more than they say I can. Especially if I am fully capable of taking care of my children. Feeding and nurting them until they are adults.
How about forced sterilization methods?
What would you do if the government showed up at your door with a scalpel and some suters? Oh, and let me inform you that this is not an appointment and the first thing they "order" you to do is take your pants down?
This lady goes one and says:
The fix is simple. It's dramatic. And yet the world's leaders don't even have this on their agenda in Copenhagen. Instead there will be photo ops, posturing, optics, blah-blah-blah about climate science and climate fraud, announcements of giant wind farms, then cap-and-trade subsidies.
None will work unless a China one-child policy is imposed. Unfortunately, there are powerful opponents. Leaders of the world's big fundamentalist religions preach in favor of procreation and fiercely oppose birth control. And most political leaders in emerging economies perpetuate a disastrous Catch-22: Many children (i. e. sons) stave off hardship in the absence of a social safety net or economic development, which, in turn, prevents protections or development.
What do you think about this one child policy being advocated in Canada?