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  Population - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In biology, plant and animal populations are studied, in particular, in a branch of ecology known as population biology, and in population genetics.
Populate, as a verb, means the process of populating a geographic area, as by procreation or immigration.
Population transfer is a term referring to a policy by which a state forces the movement of a large group of people out of a region, most frequently on the basis of their ethnicity or religion.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Population   (1653 words)

 Population control - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Population control is the practice of limiting population increase, usually by reducing the birth rate.
An important example of mandated population control is China's one-child policy, in which having more than one child is made extremely unattractive.
A prominent modern advocate for mandatory population control is Garrett Hardin, who proposed in his landmark 1968 essay The Tragedy of the Commons that society must relinquish the "freedom to breed" through "mutual coercion, mutually agreed upon."
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Population_control   (494 words)

 Population Control Bibliography
Feminist Betsy Hartmann provides clear explanations and information on the link between population and development, on how population control advocates have appropriated feminist and environmental language, and on the internationalization of anti-abortion movements, AIDS and contraceptive research, immigration and the environmental movement.
She further argues that the world population control movement is hostile to the true needs of women, and exploits the issue of women's rights to achieve its ends.
She explains the history of the population control movement, reveals the false economics and the model ideology behind population control, the false claims of "sex education", and U.S. governmental involvement in family planning around the world.
www.catholiceducation.org /articles/population/pc0014.html   (1983 words)

 China - Population Control Programs
The overall goal of the one-child policy was to keep the total population within 1.2 billion through the year 2000, on the premise that the Four Modernizations program would be of little value if population growth was not brought under control.
Because the rural population accounted for approximately 60 percent of the total, the effectiveness of the one-child policy in rural areas was considered the key to the success or failure of the program as a whole.
For instance, in the future the elderly might not be able to rely on their children to care for them as they have in the past, leaving the state to assume the expense, which could be considerable.
countrystudies.us /china/34.htm   (1162 words)

 Population Council | Home Page
Council researchers conduct surveys to deepen the understanding of population aging issues.
The Population Council is an international, nonprofit, nongovernmental organization that conducts biomedical, social science, and
Population Council reproductive biologists have discovered the precursors of Leydig cells—the primary source of testosterone in males—in rats.
www.popcouncil.org   (262 words)

 Population Control Today   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
They may be, but to understand the debate over population control, it is important to know about a variety of subtle distinctions in the language.
Population controllers were determined to establish themselves as the leaders in the environmental movement and the feminist movement, and were also ready to start a new battle over housing policies.
The Memorandum called for increased funds for international population control programs, and also noted that funds from other programs could be used to study ways to reduce fertility.
www.eugenics-watch.com /roots/chap15.html   (3268 words)

 Bangladesh - Population Control   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Population control and family planning, therefore, were a top priority of the government and social workers.
Population growth had declined from 3 percent to 2.3 percent between 1961 and 1981.
In 1985 there were reported only 3,716 family planning facilities in the country and a total of 15,619 family planning personnel, of whom 4,086 were male in a country where the females were traditionally reserved when discussing sexual matters with men.
countrystudies.us /bangladesh/28.htm   (223 words)

 In Manila, Pills and Condoms Go Underground
It points out that President Arroyo did not include population control in her 10-point agenda, opting to leave the matter to the discretion of local governments, sometimes with disastrous results.
Arroyo is an advocate of natural family planning, although she has also said that she doesn't "impose it." But the lack of a national population control program has left health workers confused-and often forced to follow local officials who are imposing their religious beliefs on their constituents.
Population experts and women's health NGOs themselves say that natural family planning is ideal and that some forms of artificial birth control may have detrimental side effects on some women.
pcij.org /stories/2005/pills.html   (2403 words)

 Overpopulation and Population Control
When I choose the topic for this paper, I settled on subject of overpopulation and population control believing it to be a new and unexplored topic.
Population was under intense scrutiny during the 1960'a and 70's (Wilmoth 334).
Abundance of food cause population growth, population growth was responsible for expansion, which in turn was the cause for extermination of entire races.
www.johnstons.org /roy/pages/populat.html   (3665 words)

The heart of Malthus' philosophy, and the cornerstone of the population controller's credo, was contained in his book; "The power of population is indefinitely greater than the power of the earth to produce subsistence for man.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of the population is unschooled in these disciplines, and so accept the bogus math of the population controllers without question.
In other words, the population of the world under such an absurd scenario would be 1,589 trillion persons, or 450,000 times the world population in 1972.
home.iae.nl /users/lightnet/world/populationcontrol.htm   (1648 words)

 The Population Control Agenda
A full discussion on the subjects of population control and occultism is far beyond the scope of this short monograph.
There are literally dozens of other examples of population- control programs which have been implemented throughout our world by modern-day "Malthusians" in their effort to ensure that the world population is dramatically curtailed.
Because of the influence of occultic population controllers, however, all logical efforts to address the HIV epidemic throughout the world continue to be blocked.
afgen.com /populat29.html   (5357 words)

 Population Control, New World Order Style
Intentionally reducing the bulk of the world's population through GENOCIDE via the introduction of population slaughter, orchestrated conflicts, and lethal bioengineered disease organisms introduced via vaccines and other means of external transmission.
In 1996, the Nichols published a paper which states their deep suspicions that GWI is due to bioengineered pathogens and that a hidden population control agenda appears to be in place.
They are using this orchestrated ruse to stampede the public into accepting Big Brother control and ID programs, along with the sweeping away of constitutional guarantees and liberties under the guise of anti-terrorists legislation.
educate-yourself.org /nwo/nwopopcontrol.shtml   (1163 words)

 Vaccines: Population Control
Needless to say, this would result in the feared-most scenario of the high class conservatives who hold the mass media agencies and industry corporations, and for such reason the media is going to spread out the need and lovely consequences of accepting their shit.
In November 1990, the World Bank launched a US $27 million population control project for Ghana with the goal of cutting the size of the next generation of Ghanaians in half, from approximately 45 million to only 25 million by the year 2020.
Population Action International, a group committed to advancing family planning, announced it would not comment on the Foreign Operations spending bill until after the Senate had voted.
poisonevercure.150m.com /population_control.htm   (4231 words)

 Population control question.
Given that the population should grow at the current rate for the next 50-100 yrs, the world will soon be unable to provide food for the total population.
There are a number of people who have tried to estimate population growth and the world's capacity to support it and then printed "panic pieces" which have fed into the hands of those who have other motives, including racial and financial, in order to spread concern among the lay public.
What we find, however, is that with economic security, populations not only tend to stabilize but, as in the case of a number of European countries, the birthrate drops below 2 per family, thus decreasing the population.
www.carm.org /evo_questions/population_control.htm   (450 words)

 Population Control   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It is not reasonable for us to expect that population control policies can be effectively lobbied for and introduced in time to reduce birth rates significantly enough to alleviate the impending disastrous effects of overpopulation.
Also a government cannot act in any obvious way against popular opinion, which opinion is, in the case of population control (for instinctive and cultural reasons), implacably and zealously opposed to any suggestion of an attack on the right to reproduce.
Nor is it reasonable for us to expect, as population optimists seriously suggest, that as the poorer nations raise their standards of living through the miracle of economic growth their birth-rates will experience a corresponding decline (in perfect accordance with the trends which have occurred in first world nations).
homepage.powerup.com.au /~buddy   (647 words)

 Catholic Educator's Resource: Current Issues/Population Control
The large and growing sums of money funneled into population assistance as well as the motivations for focusing on this aspect of development as often the primary development goal, are cause for scrutiny.
The eugenics circle held that some races and individual members of the human species were genetically superior to others These superior members should be encouraged to reproduce, while the births of inferior members such as the poor or minorities were to be regulated.
The majority of them have never been found on the front lines of the movement for population control.
catholiceducation.org /directory/Current_Issues/Population_Control   (346 words)

 Pet Population Control
CONCLUSIONS AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE: The decrease in the surveyed free-roaming cat population was attributed to a reduction in births of new kittens, adoptions, deaths, and disappearances.
The interest in pet population control, estrus control, artificial insemination and planned pregnancies of pets as well as the advanced knowledge and technology in immunology, microbiology, pathology, physiology and related sciences are expanding the knowledge concerning pet reproduction.
At completion of the study in 2002, the population had decreased by 66%, from 68 to 23 cats (of which 22 were feral).
www.nal.usda.gov /awic/pubs/SpayNeuter/pet.htm   (4374 words)

 Population policy & population policies on human population & population growth, Wales, UK
Population policy and population policies on human population and population growth, Wales, UK Population policy and population policies on human population and population growth.
Based in Wales in the UK 'Population Policy Press 'publish many poplution publications which cover malthus, population competition, overpopulation, population pressure, optimum population, population control, world population, population numbers, human numbers, population problem, population explosion, human population control, population control and development, environmental carrying capacity, ecological footprint.
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www.popolpress.com   (174 words)

 Population Control
For maximum effectiveness, a netwire fence should be at least 5 feet high and have mesh no larger that 6 inches wide, a buried wire apron to deter digging under, and electrified wire on top to prevent climbing over.
Bonding of the dog to the sheep or goats, and vice versa, is important for success with a guard animal.
Guard dogs tend to be most effective in smaller pastures of less than 1,000 acres and when used in con-junction with other control methods such as electric fencing.
texnat.tamu.edu /publications/B-1664/p5.htm   (1113 words)

 Chapter 14
The population control agenda is presented to the public as a universal concern for planetary resources and environmental pollution, and to a lesser degree, socio-economic deprivation, women's rights, and reproductive health.
The American population control think tank, Negative Population Growth Inc., recommended in 1992 that the population of the U.S. should be 125-150 million, requiring a 50% cut from its current level.
However, the controlling stake in the pharmaceutical industry is held by the same tiny cabal that controls all other major industries.
www.policestateplanning.com /chapter_14_.htm   (13039 words)

 World Population Control -- US Strategy and UN Policy Program   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
NSSM 200 was the definitive interagency study of world population growth and its implications for United States global security, requested by President Nixon in 1974.
The populations of some African countries are in danger of becoming eradicated due to the escalating AIDS epidemic, which is expected to kill in the order of 66 million people – world-wide – by 2020.
The last UN population report identified that in 1999 there were now 84 UN member nations that reached TFRs of 2.2 or less, with the number of such nations growing rapidly.
www.fathersforlife.org /health/popcontrol.htm   (1844 words)

 The Depopulation Bomb by Jim Keith
Students are often taken on tours of birth control clinics, where they meet the staff, fill out patients' forms, and are assured of the confidentiality of services.
During the childhood phase, parents in pseudo-families are made use of by the state to transmit certain values, to maintain and discipline a new serf class composed of their own children, and to report radical cases of deviance to medical, police and re-training authorities...
In many instances population may in fact be economically beneficial, and tending to a long-term increase of arable land and per capita (rather than per corporation) income.
www.conspiracyarchive.com /NWO/depopulation.htm   (3306 words)

 Population control
Populations need to be large to gain better services, and so it is development aid, not killing off, that Bolivia needs.Starvation is caused by war, poor organisation and incompetent and corrupt governments, not by too many people.War reduces material goods to rubble, causes poverty and makes farming hazardous.
A new UN report studying the effects of population growth on the environment provides information that challenges some of the most fundamental assumptions of population control, assumptions used to justify sterilization, abortion and contraception.
It is the poorest populations which suffer such mistreatment, and this sometimes leads to a tendency towards a form of racism, or the promotion of certain equally racist forms of eugenics.
www.cqnet.com.au /~user/dancasey/Population_control.html   (3871 words)

 Population Control
The United Nations Population Fund would like us to believe that it is a benign process of 'voluntary' application of 'family planning' to control the 'rate of growth' of the world's 'sustainable' population within 'manageable' levels in relation to the amount of 'food' and 'consumable goods' the earth can produce.
The truth is that population control is the process by which Global Europe (whites, Caucasians, Aryans) seeks to guarantee its perpetual domination of the rest of the human race because of its own fear of annihilation.
The world's population may become "stabilized" as they like to say it, but the percentage ratio between the nations would continue changing to their advantage.
www.globalafrica.com /PopCnGen.htm   (987 words)

 Population Control & Fertility Rates
His bias toward the theory that HIV was introduced into the general population by vaccine experiments conducted in New York City and Africa, is apparent.
Rapid population growth is here linked to economic and social problems in chapters which provide strong keys to understanding world population patterns.
They are seeking to destroy our race by the birth control law, just as Pharaoh sought to stop Moses’ race by killing off all the male babies at birth.
www.afgen.com /populate.html   (671 words)

 population control. The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002
In reaction to the prediction by Thomas Malthus that the world’s population would soon outgrow its food supply, a movement began in the early twentieth century to limit the number of births and therefore limit the growth of the world’s population.
A number of countries have made population control a national policy.
To varying extents, the methods of population control include family planning, birth control, contraception, and abortion.
www.bartleby.com /59/13/populationco.html   (191 words)

 Population Connection: Learn More   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
After a year of careful review and consideration, the Board of Directors of Zero Population Growth on February 2, 2002 voted unanimously to change the name of our organization to Population Connection, effective May 1, 2002.
As the leading grassroots population organization, ZPG has been the “population connection” for 34 years.
By changing our name to Population Connection, we hope to rally even more support for the kind of education and action that can - and must - change the world.
www.zpg.org   (168 words)

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