What the Population Reduction Program Really Needs: Experts

Certain elites and the United Nations believe that the world is overcrowded and need to reduce population growth. However, population control programs in many countries often use coercive methods, said President Stephen Mosher. Population Research Institute..

From the perspective of a millionaire like Bill GatesWith the exception of Elon Musk, the world is overcrowded. In particular, they believe there are too many poor people, Mosher said in Epoch TV’s “Crossroads” program.

However, since the 1990s, the phenomenon of population decline has been seen in industrialized countries such as Europe, the Far East, North America, Australia and New Zealand. This means that the birth rate of the population is below the substitution rate of 2.1 children per woman. Mosher said.

Population requires an average of 2.1 children per woman exchange From one generation to the next.

“In the last 25 years, depopulation below the declining birthrate has spread around the world. Today, almost every country in the world, with the exception of some African countries, has too few babies to replace themselves. increase.”

However, Africa faces the problem of very high child mortality, so African couples naturally have 3-5 children, of whom 2-3 want to become adults. Said Mosher.

In the United States, before the Roe v. Wade case was passed in 1973, there were about 4 million pregnancies each year, almost all of which gave birth, Mosher said. He added that there were still 4 million pregnancies after the Roe v. Wade incident, of which one-third ended with an abortion.

At that time, birthrate In the United States, the fertility rate fell below the fertility rate each year, unless it claimed to be 2.1 for all racial groups, Mosher said. However, he said it plunged again after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mosher hopes that after overturning the Roe v. Wade case, it will be revered in about half of the state and the birth rate will begin to approach the substitution rate. He added that children are the only future for families, communities and nations. “If you have too few children, you’re basically on your way to dying over time.”

United Nations Population Fund

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The United Nations Headquarters Building in New York can be seen from inside the General Assembly Hall on September 21, 2021. (Pool photo via EduardoMunoz / AP)

Since 1969 United Nations Population Fund According to Mosher, the foreign economic aid that wealthy developed nations provide to poor nations is tied. That is, countries receiving aid must implement a population growth management program, often called population stabilization.

“Poor countries seeking foreign aid for economic development are in favor of this program.”

For example, the Kenyan government has implemented a program aimed at reducing the birth rate to 2.5 by means of legal abortion and forced sterilization of women who have given birth to a few children due to foreign pressure. Said Mosher. He added that the program includes mass distribution of abortion contraceptives that upset the spirit of the Kenyan people during their lifetime and family.

Birth rates in Third World countries have fallen dramatically since the start of the population control program 50 years ago, Mosher said. But the institutions promoting such programs will be free to spend billions of dollars, have tens of thousands of employees, and will not “fold the tent and go home,” he added. rice field.

A fertility rate of 1.3 or 1.4 children would mean an absolute depopulation, but population managers believe there is no room for 7 billion people on the planet and will continue the program. In their writings, they state that the world’s proper population is about 1 billion, “this raises the question of what they do with us, the other 6 billion.” He said.

In 1974, the US National Security Council produced a report known as the “Kissinger Report” (pdf), Analyze the impact of global population growth.

As a result of rapid population growth in Third World countries, the Kissinger report lists the potential radicalization of these countries by the majority of young people in their population and international immigrants.

“Young people make up a much higher proportion in many least developed countries [less-developed countries] They are more unstable and unstable than the elderly and are more prone to extreme alienation and violence. According to the report, these young people could be more easily persuaded to attack government legislation and real estate of “establishments,” “imperialists,” and “multinationals.”

“Migration to neighboring countries, especially wealthier or sparsely populated countries, can provoke negative political reactions and forces, whether legal or illegal,” Kissinger reports. The book states.

Henry Kissinger is a former Secretary of State for the Nixon and Ford administrations. Trustee Of the Trilateral Commission.

Peru’s abusive population control program

Stephen Mosher said his institute has documented compulsory population control programs in about 40 countries.

For example, in Indonesia, the military hunts women who already have two children and takes them for forced sterilization, Mosher said. “Vietnam has moved to an only child policy enforced by forced sterility and forced abortion. [but] Many other countries didn’t go that far. “

According to Mosher, the forced sterilization program introduced in Peru in the 1990s was linked to receiving foreign aid from the United States. As a result of this program, 300,000 women were sterilized, he added.

Peruvian women who were not sterilized and their children were denied access to government-provided health care and government food subsidy programs, Mosher said.

“Peruvian doctors and nurses were given a monthly assignment of women to bring in for sterilization because of the pain of losing their jobs unless they obeyed.”

He said compulsory sterilization was primarily aimed at poor indigenous peoples, not descendants of Peruvian Spanish colonists.

“It is always the majority that sterilizes minorities, ethnic minorities, and religious minorities.” In China, ethnic minority Tibetan or Uighur women are sterilized, not the Han people, the dominant ethnic group in China. Is the subject of this, “Mr. Mosher said.

Shuangwang, China: Chinese "Only child" The policy sign is "Reduce children and lead a better life" On May 25, 2007, I will greet the residents on the main street of Shuangwang, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. Residents of the riot-stricken area of ​​southern China demanded that authorities revise a brutal three-month campaign to enforce family planning rules on May 25, 2007. Tensions remained high after thousands clashed with police in an official campaign in which residents said they included forced abortions, property destruction, and arrests aimed at so-called offenders. "one child policy." (GOH CHAI HIN / AFP via Getty Images)
On May 25, 2007, China’s “one-child policy” sign, “Reducing children and living a better life,” will welcome residents on the main street of Shuangwang Town, China. (Goh Chai Hin / AFP via Getty Images)

According to Mosher, China has led the reduction of population growth through an only child policy, a program that makes heavy use of forced abortion even at 7, 8 and 9 months gestation. Experts explained that this policy led to “massive killings of prenatal and postnatal girls”, causing a shortage of young women in China and massive abuse in terms of forced sterilization.

Despite the abuse, the United Nations Population Fund in 1983 honor Then head of the best Chinese family planning program Award Mr. Mosher said about the outcome of population stabilization. “They actually favored China as a model for the rest of the world.”

Mosher went to China in the 1980s as a social scientist at Stanford University and as one of a group of 50 scholars. This is the first tranche of an American scientist who chose to go to China.

“A society that is normally closed to foreigners was unique and completely open to me in a very short period of time.”

Mosher tracked a woman who was in China when the one-child policy began and was arrested by the Chinese government for conceiving an illegal second, third, or fourth child.

The women were taken to a camp that was housed for days or weeks and underwent a “severe publicity and brainwashing session,” Mosher said.

“They were taken to a local clinic that had been turned into a miscarriage during this period, and they were all given a deadly injection into the uterus to kill the fetus.”

“They were then sterilized as if it wasn’t enough pain and suffering. It was a butcher’s assembly line,” said Mosher, who witnessed the event in the operating room.

According to Mosher, a baby woman who was already in labor on arrival was killed by injecting formaldehyde into a soft spot on the child’s skull that was given shortly after the baby’s head was crowned.

He said the Chinese government was unable to get local doctors to perform these procedures, so they had to bring in surgeons from the PLA to perform abortions, sterilization, and killing babies. Explained.

Between 1980 and 2016, when the one-child policy was implemented, 400 million abortions took place, “400 million fetuses, and sometimes newborns,” said Mosher.

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) ended its one-child policy in 2016 when the domestic labor shortage reached 4.1 million, Mosher said.

However, the CCP has not released its grip as it has revived China’s population growth regulations. one child policy It was done before 1980.

Ella Kietrinska


Ella Kietlinska is the Epoch Times reporter with a focus on US and world politics.

Joshua Philip


Joshua Philipp is an award-winning investigative journalist in The Epoch Times and host of Epoch TV’s “Crossroads” program. He is a recognized expert on unlimited warfare, asymmetric hybrid warfare, destruction, and historical perspectives on today’s issues. His more than a decade of research and research on the Chinese Communist Party, destruction, and related topics gives him unique insights into global threats and political affairs.