Poor Indian Women Undergo Forced Sterilization To Combat Climate Change (Hoax)

It’s long been a dirty secret among the Warmist crowd that there needs to be serious population reduction among mankind. Like with every other Warmist “solution” to anthropogenic global warming, they want Someone Else to bear the burden for Warmist notions, which is how we hear about the “pressing need” for “family planning” programs in developing nations

(UK Guardian) Tens of millions of pounds of UK aid money have been spent on a programme that has forcibly sterilised Indian women and men, the Observer has learned. Many have died as a result of botched operations, while others have been left bleeding and in agony. A number of pregnant women selected for sterilisation suffered miscarriages and lost their babies.

The UK agreed to give India :£166m to fund the programme, despite allegations that the money would be used to sterilise the poor in an attempt to curb the country’s burgeoning population of 1.2 billion people.

The program of forced sterilizations has been going on for quite some time, and there are reports from the Indian government in 2006 and 2009 about “quality control issues”. The UK has been providing funding which ended up being used for these “family planning” procedures, and, you won’t be shocked as to the reason. Appalled, yes. Shocked, no, because this is what these far left Warmists want

Yet a working paper published by the UK’s Department for International Development in 2010 cited the need to fight climate change as one of the key reasons for pressing ahead with such programmes. The document argued that reducing population numbers would cut greenhouse gases, although it warned that there were “complex human rights and ethical issues” involved in forced population control.

One has to wonder how many other developing nations are doing the same with money from 1st world nations. The British department that provides the funding stated that they condemn using the money for the program and say they have taken steps so the money is no longer used for these programs. Well, now that the cat is out of the bag, of course.

Despite the controversy, an Indian government report shows that sterilisation remains the most common method of family planning used in its Reproductive and Child Health Programme Phase II, launched in 2005 with :£166m of UK funding. According to the DfID, the UK is committed to the project until next year and has spent :£34m in 2011-12. Most of the money — :£162m — has been paid out, but no special conditions have been placed on the funding.

Next time you hear some Liberal start yammering on about family planning or “climate change”, ask them if they support forced sterilization for poor people in other countries. Expect hemming and hawing as they attempt to avoid the the question.

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