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This page is dedicated to showing the “Web of Deceit”, that Government Agencies and World Organizations have weaved, to promote homosexuality in a positive light. But not because they believe that we should all be free to experiment with sexuality, rather, as a way to control the masses and gain population control.  You will read how minerals have been added to our drinking water, food staples and medications to further control and confuse the world public. We will show, 50 years of planning and implementation of programs, to reduce population by whatever means necessary.

In 1970, Frederick Jaffee, a Planned Parenthood vice president, offered the following proposal in order to provide the U.S. with specific ways to reduce its population growth rate: “encourage increased homosexuality…compulsory abortion for out-of-wedlock pregnancies…compulsory sterilization of all who have two children except for a few who would be allowed three…childbearing confined to only a limited number of adults…payments to encourage abortions.”

In the UNESCO Courier of November 1991, Jacques Cousteau wrote, The damage people cause to the planet is a function of demographics-it is equal to the degree of development. One American burdens the earth much more than twenty Bangladeshes… This is a terrible thing to say. In order to stabilize world population, we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to say, but it’s just as bad not to say it.

In The Impact of Science on Society, Bertrand Russell said, “At present the population of the world is increasing…War so far has had no great effect on this increase… I do not pretend that birth control is the only way in which population can be kept from increasing. There are others…If a Black Death could be spread throughout the world once in every generation, survivors could procreate freely without making the world too full…the state of affairs might be somewhat unpleasant, but what of it? Really high-minded people are indifferent to suffering, especially that of others

As the French historian of AIDS, Professor Mirko Grmek, has argued powerfully, there is a close link between the appearance and fast spread of AIDS and the recent increase in the practice and social acceptance of homosexuality (and bisexuality). As he wrote: ‘The American homosexuals produced the conditions which, by going beyond the critical threshold, rendered the epidemic possible. They created a kind of “culture medium” which allowed the virulent strains of the HIV virus to develop.’ They have paid dearly for this. Out of a total of 386,000 adolescent/adult deaths in the US in 1997, probably more than 250,000 were gay deaths. The use of multitherapy has reduced the death-rate now, but new infections continue unabated at around 40,000 a year

In 1948, the US State Department Planning Chief, George Kennan said the following:

‘Our country has about 50% of the world’s wealth, but only 6.3% of its population… In this situation, we cannot fail to be the object of envy and resentment. Our real task… is to devise a pattern of relationships which will permit us to maintain this position if disparity… To do so, we will have to dispense with all sentimentality and daydreaming… We [cannot] afford today the luxury of altruism and world benefaction… We… have to deal in straight power concepts. The less we are hampered by idealistic slogans, the better.’

Frank Notestein, an American demographer, had stated earlier:

‘Other regions [with available resources] may emerge with sufficient political unity and industrial strength to give their growing numbers power… By launching a program of modernisation, the now dominant powers would create a future world in which their own people would possess a progressively smaller proportion of the world’s wealth and power. The determination of national policy toward the underdeveloped regions must be made in the light of this fact… [Hence education should] involve propaganda in favour of controlled fertility…’

And still earlier, Bertrand Russell had stated:

‘It cannot be expected that the most powerful military nations will sit still while other nations reverse the balance of power by the mere process of breeding.’

These quotations make crystal clear what has been happening since the end of World war II. It is what Professor Jacqueline Kasun has called The War on Population. It is a global war which has been raging – quietly – for half a century.

The war reveals great fear on one side: that of losing a privileged position in life and having to share the Earth’s resources and riches equitably among all peoples. It is a war against the poor everywhere, though pretending to be a war against poverty and malnutrition and deprivation, etc.

The war is directed by two major agencies: the Population Council of the United Nations and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), which executes the Council’s policies worldwide through national Family Planning Associations. Backed by huge funding, especially by Western Governments, these two agencies really got to work in the sixties to impose population control worldwide as fast as possible. In their dealings with the Third World they have unleashed a deadly neo-colonialism (masquerading as relief).

To see how they have operated let us compare two documents setting out their programmes. One was produced by a Frederick S Jaffe, vice president of the American Family Planning Association, in early 1965, setting out 28 proposals for reducing US fertility. The other is a set of 29 proposals made by the President of Population Control, Dr Bernard Berelson, to an IPPF conference in Dacca (today the capital of Bangladesh) in January/February of the same year. His paper was entitled ‘Beyond Family Planning’ – by which he meant going beyond provision of mere contraception for the Third World.

So we set Jaffe alongside Berelson thus:

Jaffe, proposal 5: fertility control-agents to be added to water supplies

Berelson, proposal B1: mass use of fertility control agents… in water supplies in urban areas or staple food

Jaffe, proposal 6: women to be encouraged to go out to work

Berelson, proposal F2: women to be encouraged or required to join the labour force … as an alternative or supplementary to marriage

Jaffe, proposal 6: married people to be taxed more heavily than single

Berelson, proposal G5: tax policies to be reversed, favouring the unmarried and parents with small families

Jaffe, proposal 7d: tax relief for parents to be discontinued

Berelson, proposal E3: punitive taxes after the Nth child to be imposed

Jaffe, proposal 16: compulsory abortion for unmarried women

Berelson, proposal B4: compulsory abortion of all illegitimate pregnancies

Jaffe, proposal 18: childbearing to be allowed to only a limited number of adults

Berelson, proposal F4: ‘two types of marriage, one of them childless and easily dissolved, the other licensed for children and designed to be stable,’ to be promoted

Jaffe, proposal 19: permits (certificates) to be issued allowing children

Berelson, proposal B2: ‘marketable licenses to have children’ for women and perhaps men, each maybe worth a ‘decichild’, i.e. accumulating ten ‘by purchase, inheritance or gift’ would permit a woman in maturity to have one legal child

Jaffe, proposals 21-2: people to be paid to be sterilised and use contraceptives

Berelson, proposal D1: payment or equivalent (e.g., gift of transistor radio) for contraception or sterilisation

Jaffe, proposal 24: abortion and sterilisation on demand

Berelson, proposal A2: readily available abortion

Jaffe, proposal 26: contraceptive technology to be improved

Berelson, proposal H3: increased research to improve contraceptive technology

All these proposals set out so brazenly in 1969 have come to fruition. One form of contraceptive has followed another: many kinds of pills, IUDs, implants, RU486, anti-pregnancy vaccine (still at an experimental stage). Abortion has been legalised in most countries. Millions of men and many more women have been sterilised. In China the one-child policy is accompanied by forcible abortion and sterilisation. Disobedience can result in punitive taxation or having your house burnt down.

The IPPF and its branches, national Family Planning Associations, have brought about enormous changes during the last 30 years. They have been integrated into Health Services and dominate sex ‘education’ in schools. They generate intense propaganda in favour of ‘love without children’ and ridicule all who do not align themselves with their ideology.

Two Specific Measures

Two proposals from the Jaffe/Berelson catalogue deserve special mention.

Berelson, proposal G1: the US should insist on ‘population control as the price of food aid,’ using all necessary diplomatic and economic pressures on governments and religious groups impeding the ‘solution’ of the population problem. We know that the policy has been implemented. We know that the Catholic Church is the only international body to have refused to yield.

Far more important is Jaffe proposal 3: encourage homosexuality.

We know what happened. The ‘homosexual liberation movement’ was born a few months later, in June 1969, after a riot at the Stonewall Inn, a bar patronised by homosexuals in Greenwich Village, New York. Almost ten years later the American homosexual movement was such that the 1978 Gay Freedom Day Parade in San Francisco was attended by some 375,000 participants

Three years later, in June 1981, the first scientific article appeared describing several cases of a rare form of pneumonia. This was the first sign of the terrible disease which would soon be called AIDS.

As the French historian of AIDS, Professor Mirko Grmek, has argued powerfully, there is a close link between the appearance and fast spread of AIDS and the recent increase in the practice and social acceptance of homosexuality (and bisexuality). As he wrote: ‘The American homosexuals produced the conditions which, by going beyond the critical threshold, rendered the epidemic possible. They created a kind of “culture medium” which allowed the virulent strains of the HIV virus to develop.’ They have paid dearly for this. Out of a total of 386,000 adolescent/adult deaths in the US in 1997, probably more than 250,000 were gay deaths. The use of multitherapy has reduced the death-rate now, but new infections continue unabated at around 40,000 a year

And unfortunately the epidemic is eating away many societies in the Third World where therapy is totally beyond the reach of people. Where will we end.

In 1991, the United Nations issued a document for the International Conference on Population and Development to be held in Cairo. The major thrust of the section on “Gender Equality, and Empowerment of Women” is to level the natural complementarity between man and woman in marriage, and replace it by government schemes that make men and marriage largely unnecessary. Dr. Allan C. Carlson translates this into a more honest image: “the state seeks to construct a ‘mother-child-state’ family system to replace the natural family, forming a kind of government harem, achieved through the massive subsidy of non-marital childbearing and the heavy taxation of families based on marriage.”

In 1992, former World Bank President Robert S. McNamara said that the world population was growing out of control. He stated that we “may well destroy the world environment, undoing decades of economic and social progress.” McNamara proposed that the World Bank finance contraceptives for every country and that governments make sure people use them. He proposed that the UN Population Fund monitor each country to make sure that people aren’t having more children than they are permitted under the plan. The “proposal” became reality in 1996 when President Clinton signed Executive Order #12852 to create the Council on Sustainable Development. This council is to advance an aggressive “family planning” agenda to reduce the world’s population (this always includes abortion-on-demand), monitor population growth, and call for “tolerance” and “diversity” (code words ‘in the past for promotion of homosexuality).

Please note which United States President signed this Statement on Population!

From the World Population Council

Statement on Population from World Leaders

The peace of the world is of paramount importance to the community of nations, and our governments are devoting their best efforts to improving the prospects for peace in this and succeeding generations. But another great problem threatens the world—a problem less visible but no less immediate. That is the problem of unplanned population growth.

It took mankind all of recorded time until the middle of the last century to achieve a population of one billion. Yet it took less than a hundred years to add the second billion, and only thirty years to add the third. At today’s rate of increase, there will be four billion people by 1975 and nearly seven billion by the year 2000. This unprecedented increase presents us with a situation unique in human affairs and a problem that grows more urgent with each passing day.

The numbers themselves are striking, but their implications are of far greater significance. Too rapid population growth seriously hampers efforts to raise living standards, to further education, to improve health and sanitation, to provide better housing and transportation, to forward cultural and recreational opportunities—and even in some countries to assure sufficient food. In short, the human aspiration, common to men everywhere, to live a better life is being frustrated and jeopardized.

As heads of governments actively concerned with the population problem, we share these convictions: 

We believe that the population problem must be recognized as a principal element in long-range national planning if governments are to achieve their economic goals and fulfill the aspirations of their people. 

We believe that the great majority of parents desire to have the knowledge and the means to plan their families; that the opportunity to decide the number and spacing of children is a basic human right. 

We believe that lasting and meaningful peace will depend to a considerable measure upon how the challenges of population growth is met. 

We believe that the objective of family planning is the enrichment of human life, not its restriction; that family planning, by assuring greater opportunity to each person, frees man to attain his individual dignity and reach his full potential. 

Recognizing that family planning is in the vital interests of both the nation and the family, we, the undersigned, earnestly hope that leaders around the world will share our views and join with us in this great challenge for the well being and happiness of people everywhere.

Prime Minister of Australia

Chairman of the National Liberation Council of Ghana

Prime Minister of Barbados

Prime Minister of India

President of Colombia

Acting President of Indonesia

Prime Minister of Denmark

Emperor of Iran

President of Dominican Republic

Prime Minister of Japan

President of Finland

King of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

President of Republic of Korea

Prime Minister of Singapore

Prime Minister of Malaysia

Prime Minister of Sweden

King of Morocco

Prime Minister of Thailand

King of Nepal

Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago

Prime Minister of The Netherlands

President of Tunisia

Prime Minister of New Zealand

President of UAR

Prime Minister of Norway

Prime Minister of United Kingdom

President of Pakistan

President of United States of America

President of Republic of the Philippines

President of Yugoslavia

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