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Saturday, June 29, 2013

“Humanitarians” attempt genocidal cleansing to make “fittest”

 POPULATION CONTROL: Sanger legacy lives in Government-Foundation-Pharma demographics-making Depo Provera
Re-reporting, editing, comment by Carolyn Bennett

Margaret Sanger speaks to
her kind
Margaret Sanger, they say, was a Klan speaker and a member in good standing with the American Eugenics Society. She was founder of Planned Parenthood and, in her time, reportedly called for requiring parents to have a license to breed. This licensing breeding or breeding licensing process, of course, would be controlled by people who believed in her eugenic (our-kind–are-the- only- kind- fit- for- reproduction) philosophy. In Sanger’s program, people who would be parents would stand before her eugenics boards and beg for a “permit to breed.” In 1950 this enormously arrogant woman with a distorted view of herself was quoted saying:

‘I consider that the world and almost our civilization for the next twenty-five years is going to depend upon a simple, cheap, safe contraceptive to be used in poverty stricken slums, jungles, and among the most ignorant people. [Speaking of ignorance of a willful kind!]

‘Even this will not be sufficient because I believe that now, immediately; there should be national sterilization for certain dysgenic (biologically defective) types of our population who are being encouraged to breed and would die out were the government not feeding them.’ 

 Funders of population control, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, represented by the latter Gates was last year on the program of a London Summit on Family Planning pushing population control on unsuspecting nations: “helping” poor Africans and Asians by injecting the women with Depo-Provera and other dangerous contraceptive drugs. 

n a 2011 Queryjoy article, “Agents of Change: Women of Color are Targeted for Mass Sterilization,” the authors cite numerous dangers in the drugs Planned Parenthood and the Gateses are foisting ─ in the name of humanitarianism ─ on women in Asia and Africa (as well as in the United States). “Contraindications for such treatments as (Pfizer and Upjohn’s) Depo-Provera,” the authors said, “are well known and studied”:

Half of the women who use injectable contraceptives experience amenorrhea (loss or suppression of menstruation) within the first year

Most women go through a period of prolonged bleeding during the first four months of using injectable contraceptives;

Common side effects include pain at the injection site, weight gain and skin reactions like rashes or dark spots;

Women may experience changes in sex drive or appetite, nervousness, depression, sore breasts, nausea and hair loss or growth on the body or face

Mild headaches or dizziness could be indicative of a more serious issue relating to blood pressure or clotting. (Pfizer Pharmaceuticals reports)

Multiple risk factors for arterial cardiovascular disease;

Complications of thrombosis/thromboembolism leading to stroke and heart attack: severe chest pain or shortness of breath, severe headache with vision problems, sharp pain in leg or abdomen;

The osteoporotic effects of the injection grow worse the longer Depo-Provera is administered. (Contraindications revealed in research beyond Pfizer’s data)

he Cultural Survival website recalled in an article three years ago that population control was the catch word of the 1950s and 1960s and the silent reality of the 1970s and 1980s; and predictably, Third World populations have borne the brunt of new drug experimentation and population control policies.

“Experimental contraceptives were sponsored by SEATO (Southeast Asia Treaty Organization) in Bangladesh.

Women in Puerto Rico and Mexico were used to test contraceptives without their consent.

Depo-Provera was used experimentally on 8000 women in San Pablo, Mexico; 120,000 in Sri Lanka; and 250,000 in Bangladesh.

Policies of sterilization of native people have been pursued throughout the world. Since 1960 USAID (United States Agency for International Development) has been a major funder of Third World population control, providing half of the money for internationally-funded birth control programs and family planning services, including the Pill, IUD, and sterilization.

n 2005, Hampshire College Program Coordinator for the Population and Development Program, Amy Oliver, with student Diana Dukhanova, wrote that Depo-Provera had for years “served as both a subtle and blatant tool for population control in developing countries despite the fact that risks are aggravated in places where medical monitoring is difficult or impossible.

“Under apartheid in South Africa, Depo was typically given to women without adequate screening and health services, which were virtually inaccessible to rural populations. Many black South African women were coerced into using Depo and were sometimes forced to use it in order to keep their jobs. Although this does not mean Depo is always misused in developing countries, its vast history of abuse by population control programs and potential for further misuse (particularly in areas of high HIV risk such as South Africa) call into question its ultimate safety for women.” 

They concluded that “while it is true that because of poor living conditions and lack of prenatal care, a woman’s chance of dying during childbirth is generally higher in developing than in developed countries,

…it is a cruel trade-off to pit the risks of an unwanted pregnancy and childbirth against using Depo (with possible increased risk of contracting HIV) as a woman’s only two options.

If we are really   concerned with reducing death rates related to childbirth, we instead should focus on improving overall standards of living and prenatal care for women in Kenya and elsewhere.

he Agents of Change article said that though foundations such as Planned Parenthood and the Gates “paint a picture of despair: poverty can be reduced by managing world population of Blacks, Latinos, and Native Women; it is untrue that poverty can be reduced if populations were kept in check; the “exact opposite is true:
reducing poverty will keep population growth in check. 

The only effective method for stabilizing or controlling the human population is to raise the standard of living for the world’s poor ─ this includes providing people with the capacity and resources to accomplish this.

 It has long been known that all populations tend to over-reproduce in order to overcome environmental stress through selective advantage to assure the continuation of the species. 

“Humanitarians’” manipulation of statistics is intended to wrest control from local communities in developing and implementing their own programming. These foundations’ “over-simplification of data and their social and biology theory is nothing more than artificial selection (choosing the fittest, which ethnicity and racial groups will survive and thrive) “aimed at producing a desired outcome.”

Ancient Middle East
Cruelty indeed. The incestuous reproducing of one’s own kind ─ not to mention human beings' deliberate insularity, consider popes and priests and their ilk ─ is known to cause insanity and other forms of mental and psychological impairment. 
Ancient African civilizations

This possibly explains Sanger and Sanger celebrated and a Sanger legacy manifested in the cruelty of criminally capitalist governments, foundations and drug companies. 

Ah, but, over is not yet over: Consider civilizations thousands of years old (Mesopotamia’s 8,000 years!), despite Western attempts in a few hundred years to destroy them. Eons on Earth will show who are the fittest and who have survived.

Sources and notes

“Melinda Gates pushes Population Control as cost saver,” July 11, 2012, http://saynsumthn.wordpress.com/2012/07/11/melinda-gates-pushes-population-control-as-cost-saver/

“Agents of Change: Women of Color are Targeted for Mass Sterilization,” (“Deeming themselves ‘change agents’ is Planned Parenthood, developers and administers of activities modeled by red, yellow and brown faces. Planned Parenthood’s primary function is to advocate for population control in the guise of reproductive rights.”), Posted by queryjoy ⋅ April 21, 2011, http://queryjoy.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/planned-parenthood-and-eugenics-distorted-conceptions-of-race/

Cultural Survival helps Indigenous Peoples around the world defend their lands, languages, and cultures as they deal with issues like the one you’ve just read about.
 - See more at: http://www.culturalsurvival.org/publications/cultural-survival-quarterly/thailand/population-control#sthash.f3tiU6mU.dpuf


Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) ─ formed as a response “to the demand that the Southeast Asian area be protected against communist expansionism, especially as manifested through military aggression in Korea and Indochina and through subversion backed by organized armed forces in Malaysia and the Philippines ─ was a regional-defense organization (1955-1977) created by the Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty and signed at Manila on September 8, 1954, by the representatives of Australia, France, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Philippines, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The treaty came into force on February 19, 1955. Pakistan withdrew in 1968, and France suspended financial support in 1975. The organization held its final exercise on February 20, 1976, and formally ended on June 30, 1977. [Britannica]


The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ─ created by executive order of President John F. Kennedy to implement development assistance programs in the areas authorized by the Congress in the Foreign Assistance Act ─ is the United States federal government agency primarily responsible for administering civilian foreign aid.

The stated goals of USAID include providing ‘economic, development and humanitarian assistance around the world in support of the foreign policy goals of the United States.’

Technically an independent federal agency, USAID operates in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe ─ subject to the foreign policy guidance of the U.S. President, Secretary of State, and the National Security Council.  Through annual funds appropriation acts and other legislation, the U.S. Congress updates authorization for the agency. Sources: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) http://www.usaid.gov/what-we-do and Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USAID

 2005 Paper by Amy Oliver, Hampshire College Program Coordinator for the Population and Development Program, an organization dedicated to promoting reproductive rights, economic justice, and social equality for women; and Diana Dukhanova, then a fourth-year student at  Hampshire College concentrating in Russian literature and with primary activist interests in reproductive rights; she had worked since her first year for the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program and Population and Development Program, http://www.global-sisterhood-network.org/gsn/downloads/2005-4.pdf


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