This July, we will be celebrating the centennial anniversary of London's First International Eugenics Conference of 1912.
One century later, on July 11, 2012, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (the largest private foundation in the world) and the British government will co-host a new London conference on eugenics with global coalition partners such as American abortion chain Planned Parenthood, British abortion chain Marie Stopes International, and the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA). The only difference is that the July 2012 London conference will never acknowledge that eugenics is its driving idea.
^The Elite's Plan for Global Extermination Exposed by Dr. Webster Tarpley^
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/...#ixzz20dFq1TU7 Population Issues
UNFPA's Issues: At the Very Heart of Development
The work of UNFPA encompasses a wide range of issues, ranging from the most intimate and personal decisions to the impact of those decisions on global population and development trends.
Reproductive health in the broadest sense is the very heart of the UNFPA mandate. It is also an issue that lies at the intersection of human rights, gender equality and population dynamics. Lack of access to reproductive health and rights, including the ability to freely choose the number and spacing of births, places a disproportionate burden on two groups in particular: women and young people, especially those who are marginalized by poverty or other circumstances.http://www.unfpa.org/public/about