posted on Feb, 28 2007 @ 01:31 PM
In terms of reducing fertility/birth rates - there are two biggies in the western world doing not a bad job. The mass media is pushing the anorexic
ideal of womanhood and the processed food industry is creating obesity - both significant causes of infertility in women.
Additionally, normalising homosexuality reduces the number of possible breeders as well. Pre-Kinsey, homosexuality was considered a deviancy and
homosexuals would have 'normal' relationships which would in the usual course of things bear children - not so now. The earlier people come out the
less likely they are to procreate.
AIDS is of course the biggie in Africa, but also look at increases in STDs in general. Chlamydia (spelling ahhh!) causes infertility is left
unchecked. Syphilis is also increasing. Again permissive sexual practices in the west and beyond proliferates this. The Kinsey reports again play a
large part in this - these were of course funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Also, recent studies have shown that women who wait until they are older to have children, risk their children experiencing increased fertility
problems. Career women wait. Women are almost considered inadequate if they don't have a career before, during and after child rearing.
I certainly feel that that particular area is well covered.
As far as death rates are concerned, again in Africa it is doing a bang up job. I with almost absolute certainty believe that AIDS is manufactured,
it is gut instinct nothing more. Head and heart seem to agree on it, and sometimes that is all we've got to go on.