By Cristina Laila
The liberals have managed to connect all of the world’s problems to Climate Change. Islamic terrorism? Oh that’s because of Climate Change.
Poverty affecting only minorities in the United States? Climate Change, again.
Women’s ‘reproductive health rights’? Well, that is also connected to Climate Change.
Chelsea Clinton promoted a Washington Post op-ed written by the slimy John Podesta and United Nations globalist, Timothy Wirth. The op-ed which blatantly pushes eugenics and global population reduction is titled, ‘Women’s Rights Issues Are Climate Change Issues‘.
The op-ed encourages women to abort their babies and have fewer children because the global population is exploding.
Excerpt via WaPo:
When we talk about stepping up to address climate change across the world, we rarely think of it in terms of women’s rights. But if environmental activists really want to reduce emissions, raise living standards and build a more sustainable future, they cannot overlook the importance of reproductive rights and health.
Forging a coalition between the environmental movement and the women’s rights movement will not only fundamentally advance women’s rights but also do a world of good for the planet, which is bearing an environmental burden because of population growth.
Podesta and Wirth then encourage women to murder their unborn babies and or delay pregnancies via “family planning”. This is typical of eugenicist psychopaths who believe they are ‘God’ and can control population growth. This is another attack on Christianity:
Population projection experts estimate a worst-case scenario in which we grow by 70 percent and reach a population of 13 billion people by the end of the century. But if we continue to invest in sensible international family-planning programs and accept the challenge of meeting the needs of women and families, we could potentially stabilize the population at below 10 billion.
Giving women across the globe access to reproductive rights and health is a moral imperative. Too many women in too many places, including the United States, still have unmet demands for access to family-planning resources. Estimates indicate that more than 200 million women want to prevent or delay pregnancy but aren’t using effective contraception. Access to reproductive health services can ensure women have more autonomy over their lives and bodies and ultimately help move the world toward greater gender parity.
In fact, family planning ranks as one of the 10 most substantive solutions to climate change, according to a recent analysis of peer-reviewed research. In addition to being cost-effective from an emissions reduction perspective, the co-benefits to women and families across the globe are enormous.