The $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill does maintain the federal government’s ongoing commitment to human genocide.
“One provision in the bill states that “not less than” $575 million “should be made available for family planning/reproductive health, including in areas where population growth threatens biodiversity or endangered species.”
The implications of this are pretty horrific as I discussed in this article from 2014.
The idea that the way to protect insects, fish and animals is by preventing human beings from having children is part of an approach known as Population, Health and Environment (PHE) which integrates population control into environmentalist initiatives.
PHE dates back to the 1980s and is practiced by mainstream organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund. The Smithsonian’s Woodrow Wilson Center, which is funded partly by the US government, aggressively champions PHE eugenics and USAID funds PHE programs and distributes PHE training manuals derived in part from Wilson Center materials.
Population Action International and the Sierra Club sponsored a congressional briefing on PHE post-2015. Population Action International was originally founded as the Population Crisis Committee in the sixties.
…the budget explicitly states that its goal is to reduce human population growth for the sake of the animals.
PHE initiatives keep popping up in massive federal spending bills without anyone paying much attention to them. Or willing to debate and condemn this effort to chain together a reduction in human population to the need to protect the sand flea or the kangaroo rat.
PHE is also incredibly racist because it often targets third-world countries.
Unfortunately, Republicans keep voting for massive spending bills like this $1.7 trillion monster that finance PHE.
The quick summary of PHE is, ‘Save the whales, kill your kids.’