Could it be possible that promoting condoms and abortions are really nothing more than a ruse for population control?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi hit a nerve by suggesting Washington should spend millions on “family planning services” as part of the new economic stimulus package coming out of Washington.
“Contraception,” argued Pelosi, “will reduce costs to the states and to the federal government.”
Last year in an interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press” Pelosi tried to debate when human life begins. “I would say that as an ardent, practicing Catholic, this is an issue that I have studied for a long time. And what I know is, over the centuries, the doctors of the church have not been able to make that definition … St. Augustine said at three months. We don’t know. The point is, is that it shouldn’t have an impact on the woman’s right to choose.”
To Pelosi, a grandmother of five, when life begins doesn’t really matter. To her it’s all about “a woman’s right to choose?” But is it? Now she is suggesting that birth control and abortion is about economics, money! Oh, now we might be getting somewhere. Her recent comments came on ABC’s “This Week,” hosted by former political adviser to President Bill Clinton George Stephanopoulos.
Many are asking what government funding for condoms and abortions have to do with stimulating the economy. Maybe we can learn something from the United Nations. They are certainly concerned and estimate that the world population will explode from 6.6 billion to 9.3 billion by 2050. Again, could it be possible that “family planning services” to stimulate the economy is really nothing more than a ruse for population control?
“Yes, population is the core problem that, unless confronted and dealt with, will render all solutions to all other problems irrelevant,” wrote Marketwatch columnist Paul B. Farrell.
According to Farrell because of world population growth the future boomers will be “demanding more opportunities, more benefits and more resources for their personal economic growth as well as for the expansion of their national economies.”
He points out with population increases there will be wars over food, water and energy supplies that cannot be avoided without curbing global population increases. According to Farrell, “Population is the one variable in an economic equation that impacts, aggravates, irritates and accelerates all other problems.”
So is this what a family planning stimulus package is really all about and not a woman’s right to choose? Pelosi would probably agree with Farrell, “We must stabilize the population or self-destruct.”