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Depopulation Strikes New England



December 16, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 26 Dear Friend and Colleague: New England, long a bastion of population control sentiment, home to the lowest birthrates in the nation, is suffering from a growing labor shortage. New Englanders find themselves in the awkward position of having to choose between more immigrants or face the social and economic consequences of depopulation. Another Baby Boom, the “natural” solution to the problem, does not seem in the offing. Steven W. …

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Albright Scrambles to Appease Population Control Allies



December 10, 1999  Vol. 1/ Number 25 Dear Friend and Colleague: We report on two victories achieved during the recent session of Congress. President Ronald Reagan’s Mexico City Policy was signed into law by President William Jefferson Clinton, who overturned this same executive order upon taking office seven years ago. And, as a result of a series of last-minute maneuvers, a significant cut was made in the FY 2000 population planning budget. With "family planning" scandals …

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Wei Jingsheng Calls for Democracy in America



November 23, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 24 Dear Friend and Colleague: PRI’s International Conference, Human Rights in China: 50 Years Later, attracted the attention of the international community, and national and international media, to the plight of the persecuted Falun Gong, as well as to Christians, minorities and families under siege by the one-child policy. Citing human rights concerns, China’s leading freedom fighters joined Wei Jingsheng in opposing China’s unconditional entrance in the World Trade Organization. …

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UNFPA Bribes Kosovo Gynecologist



November 8, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 23 Dear Friend and Colleague: As this year’s Foreign Aid Bill approaches conference committee with $25 million in US taxpayer dollars for the UNFPA, the controversy over UNFPA’s Kosovo campaign continues. Steven W. Mosher President UNFPA Bribes Kosovo Gynecologist Genocide in the Name of Family Planning The head gynecologist of the maternity ward in the Pristina Hospital in Kosovo, Sjedullah Hoxha, says that the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) “bribed” …

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Chinese Freedom Fighters to Meet at Historical Summit Conference



26 October 1999 Volume 1, Number 22 Dear Friend and Colleague: I am writing to cordially invite you to PRI’s upcoming conference: Human Rights in China: 50 Years Later. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is an authoritarian regime in which the communist Chinese government is the paramount source of power. This conference will highlight what the citizens of China have suffered in the past few decades in the areas of civil, minority, religious and …

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Population Control and the New Global Racism



October 19, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 21 Dear Friend and Colleague: The term “reproductive rights” is the favored euphemism of today’s population controllers. But as political scholar Dr. Mary Meaney Haynes points out, this misleading term has its roots in the racist, eugenics movement of the early part of this century. Steven W. Mosher President Population Control and the New Global Racism The population controllers’ “reproductive rights” agenda, which ostensibly aims at promoting “gender equality,” is …

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Welcome Baby Six Billion!



October 11, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 20 Dear Friend and Colleague: Population Research Institute celebrates the birth of the World’s Six Billionth Person. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and other population control groups have used this happy occasion to perversely launch a worldwide media campaign to generate more support for population control programs. Despite their efforts, PRI has made an impact in the media, with articles appearing in USA Today, the Washington Times and …

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UNFPA Spokesman Lies About Milosevic Partnership to Preserve US Funding



September 28, 1999 Volume 1/ Number 19 Dear Friend and Colleague: Last week, the US Congress convened to examine this year’s legislation on UN funding. The conference debate came to a impasse over the question of refunding the UN Population Fund (UNFPA). UNFPA funding was severed last year when it was discovered that the UN agency was complicit with China’s one-child policy. UNFPA officials have also stated on record that they were “requested by the Yugoslavian …

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