Not wanting to be dismissed as someone whose issue has overcome them, I’ve always tried to explain in an academic, unemotional way what worldwide devastation abortion and population control are wreaking.
But a report the United Nations Population Fund released three weeks ago on what it calls “the masculinization of Asia” has me so distraught I can’t keep my affect flat.
At the risk of sounding like a crazy person, I am driven to say I believe a civilizational collapse is near. Worse, I think it is too late to reverse. When this happens, abortion and population control will be major reasons why, alongside radical Islam. In fact, the three overlap and synergize one another.
I’ve thought this for a while, but what has me more distraught than ever is this UNFPA report, which estimates the shortage of Asian women is actually 163 million, approximately the entire population of U.S. women, more than double UNICEF’s 2002 estimate of 74 million.
UNFPA has listed six countries with a “severe” gender imbalance: Armenia, Azerbaijan, China, Georgia, India and South Korea; with Bangladesh, Pakistan and Vietnam headed the same direction.
According to UNFPA, the “phenomenon … under way … ha[s] never before been recorded in demographic history.”
This all comes thanks to population control pressures, sometimes forced such as in China with its one-child per family policy and Vietnam with its two-child per family policy, coupled with technology that enables those prejudiced against females to hunt them down before birth and abort them.
Sexism is the most ancient ism, identified in Genesis 3 when God foresaw that physically bigger and stronger man would dominate smaller and weaker woman as one consequence of sin entering the world.
Given any opportunity, prejudice against women will show itself, now courtesy of spying into the uterus by testing or ultrasound.
The UNPFA report states the male-to-female gender gap is only growing worse, tripling between 1950 and 2005. The increasing disparity has come not coincidentally alongside increasing radical feminist (i.e., abortion industry) attempts, particularly through the U.N., supposedly to liberate women around the world by making abortion more available. It is abortion UNPFA blames as the primary means Asians use to kill young females.
And the gender gap is going to compound the gender gap. States the UNFPA report:
We recognize here the emergence of a new demographic regime of gender discrimination, in which male dominance is much more pronounced among the young (including the unborn) than it was in the past. … [I]n most Asian countries … the entire population will gradually grow increasingly more masculine in their make-up. …
I’ve said before the growing Chinese gender gap is perfectly suited to grow a Chinese military full of volatile men who will never marry, hyper-testosteroned, with no place to put it but behind a bullet. China already has the world’s largest military at 2.25 million. Recently came news China will have the world’s largest navy by 2020.
Bear in mind the East and South-Central Asian countries UNFPA identified with a growing population of forever-single men when reading this excerpt from an Aug. 21 article in RealClearPolitics:
The year 2001 could have been an eye-opener but the West, too traumatized by the Islamist attack on America, failed to notice an equally important, if less spectacular, development: the creation by China of a coalition, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, including Russia and Central Asia as members, Iran as a silent partner, and India and Pakistan as observers … an OPEC with nukes. …
Also bear in mind four countries on UNFPA’s gender-disparity list – Bangladesh, China, India and Pakistan – account for 43 percent of the world’s population, according to UNFPA.
How is radical Islam synergized by population control and abortion? While Europeans and even Americans have been duped into lowering the size of their families to the extent many countries now suffer from critical indigenous population shortages, Muslims covet large families and are slowly becoming a takeover threat. Just ask France.
UNFPA projects the “chances of prompt self-correction … are slim.” Despite that, don’t let UNFPA fool you. Its name begins with “UN,” after all. It is so pro-abortion President Bush has refused to fund it since 2002. One of its “central priorities” to solve the Asian gender discrimination is to “address sexual and reproductive health and rights of all women,” i.e., increase abortion access.
I swear the world has gone so mad the end must be near.
Save your souls while there is time.
I feel like Noah.
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