Wednesday, December 30, 2009

China's Saving the Earth, One Baby at a Time

The following information brings to focus the eerily Orwellian culture that is blossoming in China and, given the non-reaction by Americans, spreading towards us at an alarming rate of speed.

Have you heard that China is at the forefront of saving the planet? Yep, and they are doing it one baby at a time. That is, killing one baby at a time, according to Max Schulz from the Washington Examiner:

Want to save the planet from global warming? Forget about getting rid of coal plants or the internal combustion engine. Get rid of the humans. They're the true problem.

That insidious message gained new currency with the United Nations Copenhagen climate change circus this month. While the conference likely will be remembered for participants' failure to reach a binding emissions reduction agreement, its legacy may be that it brought mainstream respectability to the fringe left-wing notion that mankind is a scourge on the planet.

In so doing, it has breathed new life into population control proposals that had seemed discredited since the population bomb alarmists warned about in the 1960s and '70s failed to detonate.

During the Copenhagen summit, Chinese representatives chillingly claimed credit for stifling 400 million births since the implementation of their one-child policy in 1979. That policy, which generally limits couples to no more than one offspring, is enforced by government mechanisms including coerced abortion and sterilization.

By Beijing's calculations, its fascistic family planning regime has prevented 18 million tons of CO2 from being released into the atmosphere. Snuffing out lives to snuff out emissions seems a perfectly fair tradeoff not just to Beijing, but to opinion makers who have come to regard China as the global green exemplar.

That was the position taken by MIT graduate, Peggy Liu, chairwoman of the Joint U.S.-China Collaboration on Clean Energy in a recent debate sponsored by the Economist. Liu, a 2008 Time magazine "Hero of the Environment," argued that China must be given credit not just for what it is doing on climate change, but "for what it is not doing." By that she explained, "China's one-child policy reduces energy demand and is arguably the most effective way the country can mitigate climate change."
It kind of figures that CNN would call this person a hero, doesn't it?

As  Matthew Archbold says over at Creative Minority Report:
Can you imagine being present at a conference where they're boasting about 400 million forced abortions and not storming out or at least slamming the door. But no, our President and the elite of the world sat on their hands or worse . . . . even approved. 400 million?! That's not environmentalism, that's a holocaust.

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An article on Time Magazine introduced Peggy Liu.
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Please note: Bolding within quotes is MY emphasis.

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