China’s Solution for Global Warming: Kill the Children & Executions

By | December 11, 2009

china one child policyChina defended its family planning policy as a way to reduce global warming. According to Beijing, its one-child and birth control policies, which include forced abortions and sterilisations on unwilling women, are part of its global strategy to fight climate problems and should be adopted by the international community. – Asia News

You better not think that I am some conspiracy theorist because this is a fact folks and I can prove it any day of the week. In fact, China is in Copenhagen,Denmark giving the United States and the world advice. They are calling for us to cut our emissions and quite possibly kill your children. All the while they kill children, have forced abortions right next to the factories where they make our toys and cheap clothes that they REFUSE to clean up or regulate.

I guess in China, a factory is worth more than millions of human lives? Really, it is nothing more than corporate genocide. Heck, those Chinese make great affordable products for WalMart as they take our jobs and they kill their own children, right?

Is the US going to listen to these killers?

This  is straight from Asia News:

Copenhagen (AsiaNews/Agencies) – Population controls can save the environment and the international community should adopt China’s one-child policy with that objective in mind, Chinese government sources said. The head of China’s delegation to the UN Conference on Climate in Danish capital urged US President Barack Obama to cut greenhouse gases. European leaders pulled an all-nighter to reach a deal on helping developing countries fight global warming. The € 6 billion (US$ 9 billion) aid package would be spread over three years.

In spite of the gross violation of human rights, the strategy has been a “great success” according to Chinese authorities. “I’m not saying that what we have done is 100 per cent right, but I’m sure we are going in the right direction,” said Zhao Baige, vice-minister of National Population and Family Planning Commission of China.