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Originally posted by Idonthaveabeard
Too many people having kids to get houses, to many people having accidental kids. Producing a drain on our resources, introducing criminals into society.
Dont get me wrong im not blaming the kids for this, they turn out this way because of bad parenting and the environment they grow up in. I mean even to adopt a stray dog in the UK you have to pass an inspection. But your aloud to bang out little human beings willy nilly?
What I think should happen is (for example) temporary castration at birth. Then if you want kids later in life you apply for a license to have your castration reversed.
WASHINGTON, D.C., January 26, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Following on the heels of the elimination of the Mexico City Policy, President Obama has confirmed that the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), which helped instigate, perpetuate and enforce China’s coercive one-child policy, will again receive taxpayer dollars.
Appended to the statement announcing the end of the Mexico City Policy, Obama said: "In addition, I look forward to working with Congress to restore U.S. financial support for the U.N. Population Fund.
President Bush halted funding for UNFPA when it was discovered by an independent investigation in 2001, and confirmed by a U.S. State Department investigation in 2002, that the UN group supported restrictive laws and coercive population control tactics in China, including forced abortion and sterilization.
Originally posted by Maslo
reply to post by skepticconwatcher
They tried that in the 1930's. It failed.
hurr durr Hitler
They tried it all over the world and even today, they have it in China.
No government entity has a right to tell anyone who can and cannot procreate.
I disagree, and I have yet to see any good argument to justify the amount of condescending attitude some people express towards this idea in this thread.