Save the planet, with contraceptives?

Interesting article from over the pond

‘UN data suggests that meeting unmet need for family planning would reduce unintended births by 72 per cent, reducing projected world population in 2050 by half a billion to 8.64 million….. If these basic family planning needs were met, 34 gigatons (billion tonnes) of CO2 would be saved – equivalent to nearly 6 times the annual emissions of the US and almost 60 times the UK’s annual total.’  –Telegraph.co

Thereby keeping the planet cleaner and more plentiful for those already here? But if we stop having children, who will be here to care about the environment?

One reader commented:  “Enough already!!! Manmade globnal (?) climate change is a lie! It has not been and cannot be proven under the scientific process. Stop trying to scare us into radical political change that you know people will not willinglingly (?) accept. Anyone who calls themselves a scientist should be ashamed of themselves for pushing this tripe!”

I love the English. I thought I was the only one that used the word ‘tripe’. I should blame my English grandfather.

And another said (my favorite):  “Yes, you once proud Europeans; contraception is exactly what your Muslim invaders want you to exercise.” Beautiful.

Then another said:  “Gaddafi says Islam will conquer Europe by the power of the uterus. No family planning there then.”

Here in the U.S., pro-choicers have tried to push the environment card with abortion rights. Less people mean less stress on the planet? The UN estimates that 40% of all pregnancies worldwide are unintended. So ignorance IS a defense?

See the trends here; Muslims want us to not have children so they can take over the world and scientists that believe in science and not God is basing their findings on math. But the common denominator here is abortion; if 40% of the world’s pregnancies are unplanned, how do you think they want to go forward with contraception if they are already pregnant? It’s apparent that no one is listening about contraception, especially in third world countries where unplanned pregnancy is much more prevalent and contraceptives are not available. Instead, abortion would be the answer.

Save the world, but kill the children.

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