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Part 1. The White Pestilence



Note: The following is excerpted from Steven Mosher’s book, Population Control—Real Costs, Illusory Benefits. Most of us grew up on a poisonous diet of overpopulation propaganda. Remember the lifeboat scenarios in high school biology, where we had to decide who we were going to push overboard, lest we all die. Recall the college class in which we were assigned to read Paul Ehrlich’s The Population Bomb, which begins with the author mournfully intoning “The battle …

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For the Record …



Editor’s Note: Thanks to the tireless efforts of Colin Mason, our Director of media Production and de facto public relations officer, PRI has received unprecedented coverage in print, on the radio, on television, and across the blogosphere. The following is but a taste of PRI’s appearance in the public eye. Steve Mosher, an expert colleague of SPUC and the president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), has written a very information [sic] piece about World …

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World Population Aging 2006



July 20, 2006 Volume 8, Number 28 World Population Aging 2006 Dear Colleague: World Population Day 2006 witnessed calls for more of the same globally destructive programs. Steven W. Mosher President Few of you likely noticed, but July 11 was World Population Day 2006. On that day, the United Nations, its various agencies and allied organizations, and those in the mainstream media who cared celebrated the need for fewer human beings and more left-wing social …

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6.5 Billion and Rising — For a Time



The experts do not agree when the Earth’s population reached 6.5 billion, but they generally agree that it has. The U.S. Census Bureau chose Feb. 25, 2006, but the United Nations Population Division (UNDP) had picked July 2005. The People’s Daily of China’s Communist Party, intent on reducing the population of the world’s largest nation by any means necessary, went with Dec. 19, 2005. Both the UN and Census Bureau believe world population will continue …

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Sustainability of the French Social Model



Environmentalists like to talk about sustainability, the conduction of agriculture and other activities so they may continue generation after generation, without destroying the resources on which they depend. A farming method that exhausts the soil over 25 years, rendering the land sterile for future generations, is irresponsible, they say. Though much of what environmentalists claim is unsustainable actually isn’t, the central point is a valid one for anyone who cares deeply about the future of …

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6.5 Billion and Rising – For a Time



March 24, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 12 6.5 Billion and Rising-For a Time Dear Colleague: As the world welcomes its 6.5 billionth inhabitant, most experts and the media continue to ignore the birth dearth in favor of the overpopulation myth. Steven W. Mosher President The experts do not agree when the Earth’s population reached 6.5 billion, but they generally agree that it has. The U.S. Census Bureau chose February 25, 2006, but the United …

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Family Planning Graduation



It’s time to graduate some Third World countries from American-sponsored population control. “Population stabilization” in developing countries is an official purpose of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), though in keeping with the zeitgeist, efforts to achieve that goal are today called family planning programs. In this time of massive deficits, American taxpayers pay over $400 million a year (conservatively estimated) to reduce the populations of Third World nations whose birthrates have already collapsed …

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