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We must help break the link between spiraling population growth and poverty . . . Where they have been tried, family planning programs have largely worked. . . . Many pro-life advocates . . . contend that to condone abortion even implicitly is morally unconscionable. Their view is morally shortsighted . . . if we provide funds for birth control . . . we will prevent the conception of millions of babies who would be doomed to the devastation of poverty in the underdeveloped world. – Richard Nixon; Seize the Moment.

Either the current birth [& consumption] rates must come down [to below ecological carrying capacity limits, via the implementation of an EoP intl law social contract] more quickly; or the current death rates must go up [in a WiP Financial or Military DieOff Clusterfuck]. There is no other way. – [EoP Amended] Robert McNamara

There are places in Russia between 1995 and 2005 where we saw as high as 65% [starvation dieoff] decline in population [due to Soviet Union economic collapse] – [EoP Amended] James Cartwright, Leaders & Legends; 16 October 2008 – JHU Carey Business

Louisiana state Rep. David Duke (R), running for governor, says he wants welfare mothers to be encouraged to use birth control, even if it means paying them to do so. Last week, Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, was responsible for pushing through a House committee legislation aimed at reducing the number of children welfare mothers bear. The bill, which opponents called a “propaganda tool” for Duke, is expected to pass the House, but will face a tougher fight in the Senate. As originally drafted by Duke, the measure would have granted welfare mothers an extra $100 a year for preventing further pregnancy by using the Norplant birth control implant. Duke amended the bill to include all forms of birth control, including abstinence. Another lawmaker then amended the bill to increase the incentive to $100 a month. …. While committee members said the bill would accomplish little that is not already state policy under health department regulations, Duke insisted the measure is a significant step. “It will make sure these services are available and it also provides for education as to the availability of those services,” he said. Russell Henderson of the Louisiana American Civil Liberties Union warned the committee that “when Mr. Duke uses the word welfare it is a code word and everyone knows what it means — black women.”
– Washington Post: Duke Presses Louisiana Birth Control.

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Richard Nixon: Importance of Family Planning

“We must help break the link between spiralling population growth and poverty. …Where they have been tried, family planning programs have largely worked. …Many pro-life advocates …contend that to condone abortion even implicitly is morally unconscionable. Their view is morally short-sighted. …if we provide funds for birth control …we will prevent the conception of millions of babies who would be doomed to the devastation of poverty in the underdeveloped world.” – Richard Nixon; Seize the Moment;
– EoP Amicus submission [PDF] to CCT 23-10: The Citizen v Robert McBride: paragraph 37.
» EoP v WiP NWO Neg: 22 Sep: Ekho Movsky Radio .. Swiss Army.
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Robert McNamara: Secretary of Defence: Re Overpopulation and War

“Either the current birth [and consumption] rates must come down [to below ecological carrying capacity limits, via an EoP intnl law social contract] more quickly; or the current death rates must go up [in a WiP Financial or Military DieOff Clusterfuck]. There is no other way.” – [EoP Amended] Robert McNamara.
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James Cartwright: Soviet Union Economic Collapse DieOff

“There are places in Russia between 1995 and 2005 where we saw as high as 65% [dieoff] decline in population [due to Economic Collapse Financial Crisis]” – [EoP Amended] James Cartwright, Leading Organizational Challenges to Meet New Challenges: John Hopkins: Carey Business School: Leaders and Legends: 16 October 2008 – JHU Carey Business.

James Cartwright: Testosterone Demographic Conflict: General James Cartwright, Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff: Leading Organizational Challenges to Meet New Challenges: John Hopkins: Carey Business School: Leaders and Legends: 16 October 2008 – JHU Carey Business. Other Cartwright speeches that make reference to testosterone demographic, resource depletion and conflict:2015 Legislative Conference; Leveraging the Internet of Things for a more Efficient and Effective Military.
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David Duke Presses Louisiana Welfare Birth Control.

Louisiana state Rep. David Duke (R), running for governor, says he wants welfare mothers to be encouraged to use birth control, even if it means paying them to do so. Last week, Duke, a former Ku Klux Klan leader, was responsible for pushing through a House committee legislation aimed at reducing the number of children welfare mothers bear. The bill, which opponents called a “propaganda tool” for Duke, is expected to pass the House, but will face a tougher fight in the Senate. As originally drafted by Duke, the measure would have granted welfare mothers an extra $100 a year for preventing further pregnancy by using the Norplant birth control implant. Duke amended the bill to include all forms of birth control, including abstinence. Another lawmaker then amended the bill to increase the incentive to $100 a month.
– Washington Post: Duke Presses Louisiana Birth Control.

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Urinetown Population Resources & Human Idealism:

Al Bartlett, retired professor of physics at the University of Colorado, developed a lecture in the early 1970s that he has since delivered over 2000 times. Titled Arithmetic, Population, and Energy, the talk takes his audience along on an exploration of the meaning of steady growth (so many percent per year)—which is of course the sacred basis of all modern economies. As Bartlett makes clear, no steady rate of growth in population or resource consumption is sustainable.

During the course of the lecture, he asks, “Well, what can we do about this? What makes the population problem worse, and what reduces it?” On the screen he projects a slide with two columns of words. On the left-hand column are the principal factors leading to population growth; on the right, factors leading to a decrease of population.

Table of Options

Increase populations                               Decrease Populations
Procreation                                                           Abstention
Motherhood                                                          Contraception/Abortion
Large Families                                                     Small families
Immigration                                                         Stopping Immigration
Medicine                                                               Public Health
Sanitation                                                             Disease
Peace                                                                      War
Law and Order                                                     Murder/Violence
Scientific Agriculture                                         Famine
Accident Prevention                                           Accidents
Clean Air                                                                Pollution (Smoking)

Ignorance of the Problem

Bartlett notes that population growth will cease at some point: the mathematics assures us of that (otherwise, in just a few centuries, the entire surface of the planet would be covered with humans). Moreover, we need not do anything to solve the population problem: nature will take care of that for us. Sooner or later, from the right-hand column nature will choose some method or methods of limiting human numbers. But the options chosen may not be to our liking. The only way we can avoid having to live with (or die by) nature’s choices is to proactively choose for ourselves which options from the right-hand column we would prefer voluntarily to implement. Hesitating in our choice, or failing to implement it, leads us directly back to nature’s options.
– IGN: Population, Resources & Human Idealism, by Richard Heinberg.
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Grow with the Flow: Liquid Gold Tells You How.

It’s a golden opportunity. Every day, we urinate nutrients that can fertilize plants that could be used for beautiful landscapes, food, fuel, and fiber. Instead, these nutrients are flushed away, either to be treated at high cost or discharged to waters where they overfertilize and choke off aquatic life. Liquid Gold: The Lore and Logic of Using Urine to Grow Plants tells you how urine—which contains most of the nutrients in domestic wastewater and usually carries no disease risk—can be utilized as a resource. Starting with a short history of urine use—from ritual to medicinal to even culinary—and a look at some unexpected urinals, Liquid Gold shows how urine is used worldwide to grow food and landscapes, while protecting the environment, saving its users the cost of fertilizer, and reconnecting people to the land and the nutrient cycles that sustain them. That’s real flower power! Liquid Gold details three ways to use urine hygienically and productively for plant growth, with studies that show the science behind this practice. Several advocates of urine diversion and their gardens are profiled, demonstrating that using urine for fertilizer is a feasible, safe, and cost-saving way to prevent pollution and save on fertilizer costs. Whimsical drawings by Malcolm Wells (world-renowned architect, artist, and author of several books, including The Earth-Sheltered Home, Classic Architectural Birdhouses, Recovering America, InfraStructures, and How to Build an Underground House) throughout the book make this a must for every bathroom library, a great gift for gardeners (and anyone who urinates), and an enlightening problem-solver for environmental planners dealing with the nutrient pollution of water.
Liquid Gold book.

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New York Times: Seattle Storm take Progressive Tack with Planned Parenthood Partnership

Professional sports teams work with other businesses and organizations all the time. But theW.N.B.A.’s Seattle Storm announced on Thursday that they were wading into the current political climate in a way that contrasts with the practices of many other sports teams: a partnership with Planned Parenthood.
The ownership group of the Storm, Force 10, is planning a “Stand With Planned Parenthood” rally on July 18 in KeyArena’s West Plaza, along with continuing efforts to aid fund-raising for Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands. Five dollars from the sale of each ticket for the game that day between the Storm and the Chicago Sky will be donated to the chapter. The Storm, one of the few professional teams owned by women, will also host a fund-raising auction.
Dawn Trudeau, a co-owner of the team, said she had been frustrated by her inability to “make a meaningful impact on the national health care debate.”
“Obviously, we are progressives, so throughout this year we’ve had conversations about what was going on in the country, and what we might as individuals might do about it,” Trudeau said in a phone interview, regarding conversations she had with her partners.
She said that when one of the partners went to a Planned Parenthood event, “a light bulb went off there, that this was an organization we should do something with.”
Planned Parenthood has long been a target of Republicans and conservatives, who have sought to defund the organization.
Recent efforts by players and teams to pursue political causes have not always gone smoothly.
The decision by the San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to kneel during the national anthem before a number of games drew criticism, and he remains a free agent deep into this off-season. The Giants co-owner John Mara told Sports Illustrated thathe had received emails from fans threatening to boycott the Giants if any of the team’s players did what Kaepernick did.
– New York Times: Seattle Storm take Progressive Tack with Planned Parenthood Partnership.
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