Sep 15, 2009

Washington wages war on the unborn

by Tim Mattingly

There is a battle being waged on the political sands of our nation, as babies threaten to be born. While the age-old act of childbearing may seem harmless enough, Washington has taken decisive steps to head-off the future drooling gremlins of America.

And while these babies may be notorious for promiscuously soiling their diapers, a greater bile-beckoning stench hovers behind Washington’s battle lines — President Barack Obama’s science czar John Holdren.

Heading the political counter-attack against the “infant insurgents,” Holdren’s battle plan is population control, as he explained in his 1977 book “Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment,” according to Fox News.

“Those plans (as outlined in Holdren’s book) include forcing single women to abort their babies or put them up for adoption, implanting sterilizing capsules in people when they reach puberty, and spiking water reserves and staple foods with a chemical that would make people sterile,” Fox News reported.

Holdren’s book argues that in order “to provide a high quality of life for all, there must be fewer people,” according to Fox News. The science czar’s “quality of life” would not only be an infringement on the rights of the unborn, but also those of the living.

Holdren’s defense of his extreme population-control ideologies is the protection of the environment. After all, he argues that every baby born adds to America’s “carbon footprint.” Greenhouse gases released by an influx of infants into society could, as his book outlines, “cause an environmental catastrophe,” according to Fox News.

If Holdren has his way, America will sacrifice its future generations to the heathen ozone gods.

Still, Holdren’s 30-year-old anti-baby philosophy has a modern application to our current economic and political affairs. Childbirth costs money and Washington may have to pick up the tab if universal health care is passed. In the future financial scheme of things, abortions will become the “economic” option.

So, to protect both America’s environment and its economy, the government is sending reinforcements into its battle against babies — America’s 2010 budget and the money it provides for Planned Parenthood.

When unexpected babies come a-knocking, Planned Parenthood knocks back. Armed with the idea that babies become a burden on society, the budget provides $178 million for “evidence-based comprehensive sex education programs that prevent teen pregnancy,” according to Planned Parenthood.

However, such “education” does not include imagery of post-abortion fetuses. Instead Planned Parenthood will arm Americans against the onslaught of babies by distributing condoms and road maps to the nearest “planning center.” After all, as per Holdren’s reasoning, abortion is only a “pre-emptive strike” to prevent this country’s future children from destroying the environment and destabilizing its economic epicenter.

Additional government funding in the war against future toddler terrors is provided for in the 2010 budget by increasing coverage under the Medicaid State Option Family Planning Waiver, according to Planned Parenthood.

“According to the Congressional Budget Office, this provision would provide coverage to 2.3 million low-income women by 2014. A study by the Guttmacher Institute finds that this flexible option would help 500,000 women avoid unplanned pregnancy,” the Planned Parenthood Web site stated.

Planned Parenthood has become an abortion warhorse on which Holdren can ride into battle, in order to save the economy and environment from babies. Besides, it is not murder if it is for the “well-being” of mankind, as Holdren outlined in his 2008 Science magazine article, “Science and Technology for Sustainable Well-Being.”

In his article, Holdren points his political long sword at babies, accusing “continuing population growth” as a “driving force and aggravating factor” of the “persistent shortfalls in the pursuit of sustainable well-being.”

While “sustainable well-being” sounds peachy, there remains a small chink in its baby-hating armor. The fact is that saving the environment and economy is entirely meaningless if there is no one left to inherit it. As the political war is being waged against America’s future, the living generations need to act, calling politicians like Holdren into question.

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