We work hard to re-define what is RIGHT WING and LEFT WING politics because global banking 1% works so hard to confuse all political stances so our 99% WE THE PEOPLE cannot know for sure who or what to support in policies.
We comment about the term VERITAS----meaning TRUTH----it's the motto of HARVARD from where HOLMES received his law degree.
'Oliver Wendell Holmes | Natural Law, Natural Rights, and ...
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, JR. and the NATURAL LAW Bradley C. S. Watson, St. Vincent College. Among the many justices who have sat on the United States Supreme Court, Oliver Wendell Holmes stands out for his enduring influence on the Court’s jurisprudence. Among his many accomplishments as a member of the Court was to help eradicate judicial reasoning based on principles of natural law or natural right'.
We shout over and again GOD'S NATURAL LAW and MOSAIC morals and ethics while HOLMES defines TRUTH as whatever THE MARKET tells us. Ergo, HOLMES is a LAISSEZ FAIRE corporatist and NOT RELIGIOUS.
WE CALL CORPORATE VOICE PROPAGANDA AND MYTH-MAKING BECAUSE THE GLOBAL 1% WANT ONLY THEMSELVES TO KNOW THE TRUTH.
When the MARKET becomes TRUTH----then whoever controls the market becomes small g god's natural law----the opposite of GOD'S NATURAL LAW.
HOLMES identifies himself as global 1% OLD WORLD KINGS ----and happened to be on SUPREME COURT at time the US FED was installed-----the US FED being KNIGHTS OF MALTA TRIBE OF JUDAH----who don't the TRUTH.
FREE WILL AND DESTINY -----DESTINY IS TIED TO ONLY THE RICH BEING 'CHOSEN' AS WORTHY
This is where here in US the TRUTH gets very FUZZY.
Oliver Wendell Holmes1,624 views
•Published on Feb 21, 2011
http://www.adventuresininternetmarket... Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. championed "free trade in ideas," and put forth the notion "that the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market."
EUGENISTS are global 1% thinking themselves SUPERIOR -----they want to control all 99% of WE THE PEOPLE black WHITE, and brown. This emphasis on EUGENICS being WHITE SUPREMACY is PROPAGANDA -----BLACK BOULE as white and brown tied to EUGENICS simply want to keep their own population group DOWN.
All this attention on PLANNED PARENTHOOD being a global banking NGO----is tied to the issue of FORCED MICROCHIP CONTRACEPTION IMPLANTS----which will replace THE PILL and ABORTIONS. It will also end THE FAMILY---as the DECIDERS of choosing not to have children.
This EUGENICS policies are always sold as targeting THE POOR---in MOVING FORWARD ONE WORLD all 99% of WE THE PEOPLE will be extremely POOR.
These policies will effect EVERYONE---the global banking 5% freemason/Greek players are GOING UNDER THE BUS so, they don't care.
Fact Check: Was Planned Parenthood Started To 'Control' The Black Population?
August 14, 201512:59 PM ET
Ben Carson alleged in an interview with Fox News Wednesday that Planned Parenthood puts most of its clinics in black neighborhoods to "control the population" and that its founder, Margaret Sanger, "was not particularly enamored with black people."
Planned Parenthood has been a target on the campaign trail after a series of sting videos was released alleging the organization illegally profits from selling aborted fetal tissue. Carson, a famed neurosurgeon turned Republican presidential candidate, has been a vocal opponent of the group. He was also in the news this week after reports surfaced that he once used aborted fetal tissue for research.
Here's a closer look at Carson's comments:
What Carson said
On Fox News Wednesday, Carson was asked about Democrats' criticism that Republicans who want to defund Planned Parenthood are waging a "war on women." He responded:
"Maybe I am not objective when it comes to Planned Parenthood, but, you know, I know who Margaret Sanger is, and I know that she believed in eugenics, and that she was not particularly enamored with black people.
"And one of the reasons you find most of their clinics in black neighborhoods is so that you can find a way to control that population. I think people should go back and read about Margaret Sanger who founded this place — a woman Hillary Clinton by the way says that she admires. Look and see what many people in Nazi Germany thought about her."
It's not the first time Planned Parenthood has faced criticism about its founder and the placement of its clinics — former presidential candidate Herman Cain made a similar statement in 2011.
What Planned Parenthood said
In response, Planned Parenthood said Carson was not only "wrong on the facts, he's flat-out insulting." Alencia Johnson, assistant director of constituency communications, told NPR:
"Does he think that black women are somehow less capable of making the deeply personal decision about whether to end a pregnancy than other women? ... It's a shame that a doctor, who should understand the barriers black women face accessing high-quality preventive and reproductive health care services, would pander so clearly to anti-abortion extremists on the right."
Did Margaret Sanger believe in eugenics?
Yes, but not in the way Carson implied.
Eugenics was a discipline, championed by prominent scientists but now widely debunked, that promoted "good" breeding and aimed to prevent "poor" breeding. The idea was that the human race could be bettered through encouraging people with traits like intelligence, hard work, cleanliness (thought to be genetic) to reproduce. Eugenics was taken to its horrifying extreme during the Holocaust, through forced sterilizations and breeding experiments.
In the United States, eugenics intersected with the birth control movement in the 1920s, and Sanger reportedly spoke at eugenics conferences. She also talked about birth control being used to facilitate "the process of weeding out the unfit [and] of preventing the birth of defectives."
Historians seem to disagree on just how involved in the eugenics movement she was. Some contend her involvement was for political reasons — to win support for birth control.
In reading her papers, it is clear Sanger had bought into the movement. She once wrote that "consequences of breeding from stock lacking human vitality always will give us social problems and perpetuate institutions of charity and crime."
"That Sanger was enamored and supported some eugenicists' ideas is certainly true," said Susan Reverby, a health care historian and professor at Wellesley College. But, Reverby added, Sanger's main argument was not eugenics — it was that "Sanger thought people should have the children they wanted."
It was a radical idea for the time.
Sanger wrote about this mission herself in 1921: "The almost universal demand for practical education in Birth Control is one of the most hopeful signs that the masses themselves today possess the divine spark of regeneration."
Was Sanger "not particularly enamored with black people"?
Sanger's birth control movement did have support in black neighborhoods, beginning in the '20s when there were leagues in Harlem started by African-Americans. Sanger also worked closely with NAACP founder W.E.B. DuBois on a "Negro Project," which she viewed as a way to get safe contraception to African-Americans.
In 1946, Sanger wrote about the importance of giving "Negro" parents a choice in how many children they would have.
"The Negro race has reached a place in its history when every possible effort should be made to have every Negro child count as a valuable contribution to the future of America," she wrote. "Negro parents, like all parents, must create the next generation from strength, not from weakness; from health, not from despair."
Her attitude toward African-Americans can certainly be viewed as paternalistic, but there is no evidence she subscribed to the more racist ideas of the time or that she coerced black women into using birth control. In fact, for her time, as the Washington Post noted, "she would likely be considered to have advanced views on race relations."
Are most of Planned Parenthood's clinics in black neighborhoods?
In 2014, the Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive health research center, surveyed all known abortion providers, including Planned Parenthood clinics, in the U.S. (nearly 2,000) and found that 60 percent are in majority-white neighborhoods.
Planned Parenthood has not released numbers on the neighborhoods of its specific clinics, but responding to a request for demographic information, the organization said that in 2013, 14 percent of its patients nationwide were black. That's nearly equal to the proportion of the African-American population in the U.S.
However, Carson is tapping into a more subtle sentiment — the targeting of African-Americans in health care systems. There have been documented cases of that happening, including the now-infamous Tuskegee study. Starting in the 1930s, the Tuskegee Institute enrolled black sharecroppers in experiments and allowed them to suffer from syphilis untreated, though they were told they were getting treatment.
And, Wellesley's Reverby said, that was sometimes the case for birth control clinics historically, too. They may have been available in communities where more general health care was not, raising some ethical questions.
"One of the issues is ... what happens when you can find birth control clinics but you can't find primary care? It's just a question of what the state's willing to provide for," Reverby said. "Was there overuse of birth control and sterilization in poor communities in some states? Absolutely. It's a complicated story."
Did Sanger have a connection to Nazi Germany?
Not that NPR found. Sanger herself wrote in 1939 that she had joined the Anti-Nazi Committee "and gave money, my name and any influence I had with writers and others, to combat Hitler's rise to power in Germany."
She also said books of hers had been destroyed and that she had intellectual friends who were sent to concentration camps or put to death. Sanger did not have a connection to the Nazis, but a loose association comes through her involvement in the eugenics movement.
American and German eugenicists closely collaborated, and the Nazis reportedly borrowed much of their 1933 so-called sterilization law from American models. That law allowed the government to forcibly sterilize people with alleged genetic disorders.
We wanted take one more day in educating on the difference between RIGHT WING PLANNED PARENTHOOD and EUGENICS goals vs our 99% women's movement and its goal of giving women and families CHOICE.
This image is TRANSHUMANISM----TRANHUMANISTS use this symbol because it represents the ORIGINAL GOD---and his role as CREATOR. When we see a 5% freemason/Greek player use this symbol today---we know they support EUGENICS AND TRANSHUMANISM.
We have known since early 1900s that SANGER was a EUGENISTS. This is why REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVES never supported PLANNED PARENTHOOD and by extension the NGOs that did. For our 99% of black citizens lots of PROPAGANDA on this issue because the BLACK BOULE/NAACP/URBAN LEAGUE are all tied to the goals of EUGENICS and PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
This article target black 99%---but our white and brown 99% have been sold this same propaganda. Again, RELIGION is wrapped around lots of far-right corporate fascist policy goals.
This is why a video from BARD COLLEGE identifying women's movement leaders on the left failed to mention SANGER who was the most obvious problem for our 99% of black men and women. Please watch propaganda surrounding this contraception issue filled with FAKE NEWS.
This is why a video from BARD COLLEGE identifying women's movement leaders on the left failed to mention SANGER who was the most obvious problem for our 99% of black men and women. Please watch propaganda surrounding this contraception issue filled with FAKE NEWS.
What You MUST Know About Planned Parenthood and Black Women
Cynthia R. Greenleeon
August 6, 2015
The most recent anti-Planned Parenthood video took aim at Black women, communities and history. Just days after what would have been Emmett Till’s 74th birthday, Students for Life unveiled a video in which clinic staff allegedly scrutinized an aborted fetus. “Call him Emmett,” suggested the video, and make him this century’s civil rights symbol — just like the 14-year-old Emmett Till’s murder by White Mississippi racists galvanized the modern civil rights movement.
Let’s call the video what it is — the latest in the anti-abortion movement’s appropriation of civil rights and its crass manipulations of history. And it won’t be the last because abortion opponents have long capitalized on the very real history of how exploiting Black bodies has been foundational to the United States, whether we talk about slavery, medical experimentation or mass incarceration. But while “pro-lifers” seek to sway Black people by acknowledging the past, they spin history and foster myths and misconceptions about not just Planned Parenthood, but also Black people’s responses to various reproductive and sexual-health issues.
Here’s a guide to help you sift through the distortions behind such videos and the fury of anti-abortion Tweets targeting Black women (i.e. the #unbornlivesmatter hashtag.)
1. This isn’t the first time that anti-abortion groups have effectively called Black women murderers. The Emmett Till video compares Black women who choose abortion to a group of White men who killed a Black youth for allegedly whistling at a White woman in 1955. Black women making a legal and personal choice about whether to become parents is not comparable to White men committing kidnapping and homicide to maintain White supremacy. But anti-abortion groups frequently erect billboards that show pictures of Black babies with slogans like “The most dangerous place for a Black child is in the womb,” despite reams of statistics and real-life examples of how the world outside the womb means that Black children have higher chances of going to inadequate schools, lacking health care, and being under police surveillance.
2. Abortion foes say: Abortion clinics target Black communities by situating clinics in Black neighborhoods. Research from the New York-based Guttmacher Insitute, researches sexual and reproductive health, found that 60 percent of abortion-providing clinics are in predominately White neighborhoods. But, even so, abortions are part of the continuum of women’s health care, along with Pap smears, contraceptive, maternal health care. And doesn’t everyone want to have health care nearby?
3. Myth: Black communities are inherently anti-abortion and anti-birth control. Not so. Black women make up about a third of those who get abortions in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s more than their share of the population because Black Americans comprise about 13 percent of the total U.S. population. The disparity can be explained, say public-health scholars, by how often Black women have unintended pregnancies, a measure that’s related with access to contraception. But while Black women are much more likely to have abortions than White and Hispanic women, it’s worth remembering that one in three U.S. women will have an abortion in her lifetime.
4. If you read “Hotep” propaganda — the outraged thoughts of latter-day male Black cultural nationalists who frequently confuse Black liberation with Black female submission — you would think that early Black nationalists were uniformly against birth control. It’s true that many Black nationalists of the early and mid-20th century felt that birth control (along with police violence, hunger and poor urban schools) was part of a genocidal plan to wipe out Black people. But there was debate about contraception and abortion within the Black Panther Party, specifically, and Black nationalist communities at larger. Not surprisingly, many Black nationalist, feminist and radical women questioned the idea that it was the job of the sisters to birth as many foot soldiers for the revolution as possible. First, they understood that, as Frances Beal wrote in her seminal 1969 “Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female” essay, “rich White women somehow manage to obtain these operations with little or no difficulty [before abortion was legal]. It is the poor Black or Puerto Rican woman who is at the mercy of the local butcher. Statistics show us that the non-White death rate at the hands of the unqualified abortionist is substantially higher than for White women.” Mary Treadwell of Washington, D.C., said it was possible to believe in Black freedom and to reject the idea of the reproductive numbers game where Black people had to out-procreate Whites to build power: “There’s no magic in a home where someone has reproduced five or more Black babies and cannot manage economically, educationally, spiritually nor socially to see that these five Black babies grow up to highly trained Black minds.”
5.The reproductive numbers game hasn’t gone away — it shows up in claims that there are more black children aborted than born in the United States. Let’s look at national numbers for a bigger picture: In 2007, there were 676,000 black live births in the country, according to Census data. Compare that to the CDC abortion numbers from the same year, which show about 213,000 abortions performed on black women of a total 583,000 procedures on women whose race is known (there were about 828,000 abortions in that year, but some women’s racial background was not reported).
6. It is often said that Margaret Sanger, the woman who founded Planned Parenthood, was a racist and a eugenicist. This is complicated. Sanger went through phases in her career as a nurse and advocate of voluntary motherhood — the term that then morphed into “planned parenthood” and the organization’s name. Sanger was deeply influenced by seeing European immigrant women struggle with large families in New York tenements and saw that women’s status, poverty and poor health was tied to the fact that they couldn’t control their fertility. She advocated for women’s sexual pleasure, birth control and spent decades supporting the development of the Pill.
But her support of reproductive freedom for women was coupled with reproductive coercion for some women. The Pill was tested on poor women in Puerto Rico who had few other options than sterilization. And Sanger’s vision that women should not be caught in a cycle of perpetual childbearing took a turn toward eugenics. Eugenics posited that those deemed weak, ill or “defective,” the “less civilized,” or irresponsible should not be allowed to procreate — or there would be disastrous consequences for the nation. She declared birth control to be the very “pivot of civilization” and began championing birth control as the socially responsible way to stop the “unfit” (including poor Whites) from reproducing.
Black leaders urged Sanger to open those clinics, and some of those Black leaders, including W.E.B. DuBois, themselves accused poor Blacks with “breeding carelessly” – in quotes wrongly attributed to Sanger. And, to be sure, the earliest birth control clinics in the South were segregated and did not provide services to the very Black women that DuBois and others disparaged. When the first family planning clinics or projects for Blacks were opened in Harlem; Nashville, Tennessee; and rural Berkeley County, South Carolina, these programs were supported by a laundry list of Black luminaries including Walter White, the national secretary of the NAACP; educator Mary McLeod Bethune; and representatives from the Urban League. But the programs were short-lived; letters between Sanger and Clarence Gamble, a wealthy philanthropist and leading eugenicist, showed their concerns that Black Southerners, in particular, were too ignorant and “superstitious” to easily adopt family planning without guidance and that the guidance would be best received from Black clinicians and Black pastors. White doctors, Sanger and Gamble found, were not able to penetrate the institutionalized mistrust of White power that was a hallmark of segregation. However, there is no proof that these clinics, nor today’s clinics, were designed to eliminate the Black population.
While this project failed, Sanger embarked on perhaps her most significant contribution: the push for a birth control pill. Without Sanger’s tireless efforts, sometimes her own money, and an eclectic mix of researchers almost obsessed with developing an oral contraceptive that women could take with their morning orange juice, there would likely would have been no Pill. But there also would have been no Pill, without the people on whom it was tested: mental patients, student nurses in Puerto Rico (who were forced to take part as a condition of their enrollment); and poor women in Puerto Rico’s slums. One of the major innovations of the twentieth century — and one that may have ignited the sexual revolution — the Pill is a metaphor of Sanger’s own conflicted legacy. It may have freed some women to have sex without fear of pregnancy, but it was available because of experiments done on people who couldn’t say no or had few other choices.
Planned Parenthood must grapple with this history, soon and publicly. However, one thing is true: Margaret Sanger is dead. The rate at which those who seek to limit Black women’s right to choose and access to birth control invoke her name would suggest otherwise.
7. Another myth: Planned Parenthood is an organization for and by White people. Many black and Latinos use Planned Parenthood for primary health care services, including physical examinations. Of the women who receive publicly funded contraceptive services nationwide — many of them low-income women of color — 36 percent got this care from Planned Parenthood health centers. And it’s not just about the patients. Planned Parenthood has had an African-American president, Faye Wattleton; a black medical director; African-American physicians; and countless diverse staff who work on the front lines in clinics and in advocacy work.
8. You may have heard that Martin Luther King was against abortion. These allegations are largely speculations fueled by statements by a King relative, Alveda King, who is a spokeswoman for the anti-abortion group Priests for Life. But what we do know: King was awarded Planned Parenthood’s highest honor (named after Sanger) in 1966. His wife, Coretta Scott King, delivered remarks on his behalf, which compared Sanger’s quest for family planning (even when birth control was illegal) to the Civil Rights Movement’s resistance to segregation laws.
Ms. King said in her remarks: “There is a striking kinship between our movement and Margaret Sanger’s early efforts. She, like we, saw the horrifying conditions of ghetto life. Like we, she knew that all of society is poisoned by cancerous slums. Like we, she was a direct actionist — a nonviolent resister. She was willing to accept scorn and abuse until the truth she saw was revealed to the millions. At the turn of the century she went into the slums and set up a birth control clinic, and for this deed she went to jail because she was violating an unjust law….Our sure beginning in the struggle for equality by nonviolent direct action may not have been so resolute without the tradition established by Margaret Sanger and people like her. Negroes have no mere academic nor ordinary interest in family planning. They have a special and urgent concern.”
In this most recent scandal, there’s an unfounded conspiracy theory — that Planned Parenthood is cashing in on fetal body parts — and there’s a real conspiracy: anti-abortion forces setting up shell organizations, using fake names, and illegally wire-tapping their “sources” over years.
We can’t fault those who ask questions — for there are many things we don’t know — and because the exploitation of Black bodies has been a foundation of this country. During slavery, the enslaved were living, breathing capital whose flesh, families, skills and “breeding” capacities could be commodified. The institution of slavery was propped up by medicine, with physicians providing just enough care to keep slaves producing (both crops and children) and their owners’ bottom lines healthy. And we don’t have to go far into the past to find Henrietta Lacks, whose cancer brought her to a hospital where her multiplying cells were indeed taken and have since become standard “equipment” in medical research — furthering science without enriching her family.
But here is what we do know: many women — many of them Black and Latina — rely on Planned Parenthood for their primary and reproductive health care. For that physical, that Pap smear, low-cost contraception, pregnancy tests, breast exams. I have been one of them, and I will continue to be. I am also gratified when I walk into my local health center and see a nurse practitioner who looks like me or a Spanish-speaking attendant. While Planned Parenthood’s advocacy has not always been there for me, these staff have. Should Planned Parenthood health centers face closure, many women will be out of health care, and many workers will be out of jobs.
But at the end of the day, who do I stand with? I stand with Black women and women who use Planned Parenthood’s services. I don’t want a return to a world where women die from unsafe abortions and have even fewer health-care options than they already do. Nor do I want to live in a world where we expect Black women to build health-care organizations in the blink of the eye to save themselves when they have an average wealth of $100.
Because Margaret Sanger is dead, and I want Black women to live.
We will take this week discussing PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC POLICY tying it to this very difficult reproductive health issue. REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVES supported these policies in 1960-70s because BACKYARD abortion ---unsafe conditions---the fact that if a women wanted an abortion or a father/male sex partner wanted an ABORTION they would get it. This has been happening for thousands of years.
We have to recognize human nature in these decision of FAMILY PLANNING while respecting and understanding that CONCEPTION and pregnancy IS A GIFT FROM GOD.
The motives for CHOICE from left populist women's movement was stemmed in making sure women could be safe and have power when these conditions imperil life and future.
Let's be REAL----global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS KNIGHTS OF MALTA TRIBE OF JUDAH are the source of PANDORA'S BOX releasing EVILS including pushing FREE LOVE AND SEX as FADS. Global banking 1% are also behind EUGENICS ----PLANNED PARENTHOOD-----and these are global 1% of MEN-----
REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVES never pushed this idea of multiple abortions-----abortion without deep consideration---women who abort almost all do so with great emotional DISTRESS----
'Myth: Backyard Abortions
As senior Government figures state their view that there are too many abortions, especially late abortions, and pro-choice voices raise the spectre of backyard deaths if abortions are restricted by law, it is time, says Dr David van Gend, to correct the historical and clinical misconceptions surrounding the “myth” of the backyard butcher'.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Soviet poster circa 1925. Title translation: "Abortions induced by grandma or self-taught midwives not only maim the woman, they also often lead to death."
An unsafe abortion is the termination of a pregnancy by people lacking the necessary skills, or in an environment lacking minimal medical standards, or both. An unsafe abortion is a life-threatening procedure. It includes self-induced abortions, abortions in unhygienic conditions, and abortions performed by a medical practitioner who does not provide appropriate post-abortion attention. About 25 million unsafe abortions occur a year, of which most occur in the developing world'.
REAL LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVES are tied to MORALS AND ETHICS philosophy whether humanist or religion. Global banking 1% who are THE EUGENISTS are not.
Here is where is reproductive rights issues today gets CORRUPTED-----becomes MYTH-MAKING AND PROPAGANDA-----the goal of MOVING FORWARD is a Chinese-style NO CHILD/1 CHILD forced population control surrounding PARENTS AND FAMILIES. The goal is DE-POPULATION tied to EUGENICS. Those people shouting against ABORTION/CONTRACEPTION KNOW THIS.
I pick on our CATHOLIC academics because WE KNOW THEY KNOW this. Forced contraception in form of implanted microchip contraception by GOVERNMENT today being global corporations is FORCED STERILIZATION.
We need people OF CONSCIOUS fighting a GOOD FIGHT for GOD'S GIFT OF LIFE-----to find these goals of FORCED STERILIZATION using CONTRACEPTION which Catholic Church has always been against-----AS THE GREATEST MORAL DANGER.
'How Abortion Hurts Women: The Hard Proof
In point of fact, medical evidence, sociological data, and the lived experience of many women tell a very different story: Abortion harms women physically, psychologically, relationally, and culturally. Heres the proof. Destroying Womens Health. Women who have had abortions suffer an increased risk of anxiety, depression, and suicide'.
Today's fight between RIGHT TO LIFE and WOMEN'S CHOICE both are grounded on the idea that our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE are going to HAVE CHILDREN for GOODNESS SAKE.
Remember, it is THE MEN in a woman's life often PRESSURING this abortion issue-----the father of this woman or the man as sex partner NOT WANTING THE CHILD and yet THEY ARE NEVER MENTIONED in this issue.
How Women's Rights Are at the Center of the Abortion
Debate | Cosmopolitan
•Published on Nov 17, 2014
THIS IS WHY PLANNED PARENTHOOD IS BEING ATTACK RIGHT NOW------MOVING FORWARD does not allow FAMILIES---or WOMEN to decide about having children. The propaganda coming from PRO-LIFE to PRO-CHOICE----FAKE POPULIST NGOS-----is an AFFRONT to both sides of this issue. For the RIGHT TO LIFE people including religious institutions---WHO KNOW THESE EUGENICS AND STERILIZATION GOALS----whatever excuse is used by right wing religious people for thinking it OK to install these sterilization policies-----IT IS AGAINST GOD'S NATURAL LAWS.
For the FAKE LEFT HILLARY NASTY LADIES pretending to be fighting for WOMEN'S CHOICE and CONCEPTION RIGHTS while never mentioning the goals of EUGENICS/FORCED STERILIZATION as population control with goals of taking parents --and women OUT of these decisions-----THAT IS FAKE POPULISM.
MIT is global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS KNIGHTS OF MALTA TRIBE OF JUDAH----MOVING FORWARD TRANSHUMANISM----to include GENDER BLENDING and remote control contraception microchips as DE-POPULATION public policy.
'This amazing remote-controlled contraceptive microchip you ...
That’s the vision of Microchips, a Massachusetts-based startup formed by MIT researchers who are developing a remote-controlled drug delivery microchip you would implant under your skin near'
Whether you feel this standing for POPE FRANCIS is FAKE NEWS or not------media a few years ago stated the POPE is supporting contraceptive devices----we also saw in Ireland where Catholic bishops have opened that door. Here is problem------we already outed our CHRISTIAN TRANSHUMANISTS---to include both PROTESTANT AND CATHOLIC as backing TRANSHUMANISM which is well into the process of GENETIC MANIPULATED GENDER BLENDING----with goals of GMO HUMANS who cannot reproduce---they are sterile.
THE OLD WORLD KINGS KNIGHTS OF MALTA TRIBE OF JUDAH WHO WERE BEHIND SANGER AND PLANNED PARENTHOOD AND EUGENICS ARE BEHIND THESE CRIMES AGAINST NATURE AND GOD AS CREATOR.
'Where does Pope Francis really stand on contraception ...
He later stated that he should have used the term “responsible parenthood” rather than “birth control.” 18 February 2016 – Pope Francis seems to suggest that condoms are a “lesser of two evils” that can be used to prevent the transmission of the Zika virus and again makes the erroneous assertion that there can be “conflict between the fifth and sixth commandments” of the decalogue. He also seems to suggest the question of contraception is a “religious problem” rather ...'
Remote-controlled contraceptive microchip could launch by 2018Developed by researchers at MIT, the 'digital pill' implant could revolutionise birth control, allowing women to switch hormones on and off at the touch of a button
Oliver Wainwright UK Guardian
Fri 11 Jul 2014 06.57 EDT Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 11.34 EST
Fighting over the remote control could soon end up in more than just a channel-hopping battle, if researchers at MIT have their way. In the Bill Gates-funded quest for the next form of contraception, a Massachusetts startup has come up with a small remote-controlled chip, like a digital wifi version of the pill, that will allow women to switch their fertility on and off at the touch of a button.
The chip is implanted under the skin and releases small doses of the contraceptive hormone levonorgestrel on a daily basis, with enough capacity to last 16 years. About the same size as a Scrabble tile, it houses a series of micro-reservoirs covered by an ultra-thin titanium and platinum seal. The hormone is released by passing a small electric current from an internal battery through the seal, which melts it temporarily, allowing a 30 microgram dose of levonorgestrel to seep out each day.
And it can be simply switched off by a wireless remote, avoiding the clinical procedures needed to deactivate other contraceptive implants.
“The ability to turn the device on and off provides a certain convenience factor for those who are planning their family,” says MIT's Dr Robert Farra, adding that “the idea of using a thin membrane like an electric fuse was the most challenging and the most creative problem we had to solve.”
But just as teenage pranksters can hack into wifi remotes to operate neighbours' garage doors and flip their TV channels, could a remote-controlled contraceptive open the floodgates for a new form of ovarian hacking? Might Anonymous one day turn their hand to subversive family planning?
OH, YEAH! ANONYMOUS IS THE PROBLEM.
“Someone across the room cannot reprogramme your implant,” says Farra. “Communication with the implant has to occur at skin contact-level distance. Then we have secure encryption. That prevents someone from trying to interpret or intervene between the communications.”
The idea for micro-dispensing chips was first developed in the 1990s by Professor Robert Langer at MIT, the founder of innumerable biotech companies and holder of more than 800 patents, known in the industry as “the most cited engineer in history”. His lab caught the attention of Bill Gates in 2012, during his search for a revolution in birth control (which has already spawned plans for a graphene condom), and Langer subsequently leased the technology to Microchips, a company already working on a micro-dosing implant for osteoporosis.
Two years on, Microchips says that the implant could be available by 2018, if clinical trials launching next year in the US are successful, and that the device will be “competitively priced”. Users will have the choice of having the chip implanted in the abdomen, upper arm or buttocks – in which case just be careful not to sit on the remote.
'So in 2013, the country eased the policy to allow some families to have two children. In late 2015, Chinese officials announced the scrapping the policy altogether, allowing all couples to have two children'.
There are people globally who support DE-POPULATION thinking we must reduce births as SUSTAINABILITY. Raising the socioeconomic opportunity to more and more people in Western nations did just that-----families started VOLUNTARILY reducing the number of children they had. This is the MOST SUCCESSFUL de-POPULATION tool and it is LEFT SOCIAL PROGRESSIVE.
Here is where THOUGHTCO is FAKE NEWS since it is a global banking 1% media outlet-----China has lifted the ban we are told as CHINA embraced and is installing FORCED REMOTE CONTROL MICROCHIP IMPLANTATION. Now, whether Chinese global 1% targeted one population---THE HAN---with the former 1 child policy ---or whether those 5% freemason/Greek players are the ones able to have 2 children while 99% of WE THE CHINESE are implanted in EUGENICS which those global 1% ASIAN men like to do----the point is this;
EARTH'S problems with growing population is NOT the GORILLA IN ROOM issue of environmental stresses. We could have spread Western ideals of lifting more and more people globally out of poverty and gotten better results.
THE GOALS OF GLOBAL BANKING WITH THESE DE-POPULATION AND GMO HUMAN STERILIZATION is a FINAL SOLUTION for global population in general and its goals will be NOAH'S ARK---in leaving only a .00014% of families around for the SECOND CREATION MYTH.
China may have changed this ONE CHILD policy but we are sure that change will take the form of ZERO children..........
'Did China's one-child policy actually reduce population growth?
Charlie Jane Anders
But a rising group of demographers and sociologists is disputing that idea. By taking a closer look at population figures before and after the policy took effect, and by doing a more careful statistical analysis, researchers have found that China's population growth rate would have decreased in any case, and the policy was not just cruel, but unnecessary'.
Looks like the same US figures as BABY BOOMERS age out------these STATS are FAKE DATA.
China's Former One-Child Policy
The Aftereffects of China's One-Child Policy
by Matt Rosenberg
Updated January 31, 2018
China's one-child policy was established by Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1979 to restrict communist China's population growth and limited couples to having only one child. Although designated a "temporary measure," it remained in effect for more than 35 years. Fines, pressures to abort a pregnancy, and even forced sterilization of women accompanied second or subsequent pregnancies.
The policy was not an all-encompassing rule because it was restricted to ethnic Han Chinese living in urban areas. Citizens living in rural areas and minorities living in China were not subject to the law.
Unintended Effects of the One-Child Law
There have long been reports that officials have forced women pregnant without permission to have abortions and have levied steep fines on families violating the law. In 2007 in the southwestern Guangxi Autonomous Region of China, riots broke out as a result, and some people may have been killed, including population control officials.
The Chinese have long had a preference for male heirs, so the one-child rule caused many problems for female infants: abortion, out-of-country adoption, neglect, abandonment, and even infanticide were known to occur to females. Statistically, such Draconian family planning has resulted in the disparate (estimated) ratio of 115 males for every 100 females among babies born. Normally, 105 males are naturally born for every 100 females. This skewed ratio in China creates the problem of a generation of young men not having enough women to marry and have their own families, which has been speculated may cause future unrest in the country. These forever bachelors will not have a family to care for them in their old age either, which could put a strain on future government social services.
The one-child rule has been estimated to have reduced population growth in the country of nearly 1.4 billion (estimated, 2017) by as much as 300 million people over its first 20 years. Whether the male-to-female ratio eases with the discontinuation of the one-child policy will come clear over time.
Chinese Now Allowed to Have Two Children
Though the one-child policy may have had the goal of preventing the country's population of spiraling out of control, after several decades, there were concerns over its cumulative demographic effect, namely the country having a shrinking labor pool and smaller young population to take care of the number of elderly people in ensuing decades. So in 2013, the country eased the policy to allow some families to have two children. In late 2015, Chinese officials announced the scrapping the policy altogether, allowing all couples to have two children.
Future of China's Population
China's total fertility rate (the number of births per woman) is 1.6, higher than slowly declining Germany at 1.45 but lower than the U.S. at 1.87 (2.1 births per woman is the replacement level of fertility, representing a stable population, exclusive of migration). The effect of the two-child rule hasn't made the population decline stabilize completely, but the law is young yet.