Canada Number One—In Pushing Population Control Agenda OTTAWA, Sept 15 (LSN)  Last week the UN released its annual Human Development Report (HDR) ranking Canada as number one on its Human Development index and also giving Canada first place in its measure of “equality for women.”  On Thursday, Sept 10 the Canadian Public Affairs Channel broadcast the findings of the UN HDR with the help of HDR spokesman Normand Lauzon, Assistant Administrator of the UN Development Program. He indicated that “human development” factors included not only poverty, unemployment and homelessness, health and education,  but also over-population, over-consumption, environmental sustainability, the planet’s carrying capacity,  food shortages, CO2 emissions and access to abortion.  Marginalizing his critics, Lauzon said, “I think that everybody would agree that reproductive health for all women is something that we should be striving for. He continued: “First of all, because we want to have more equality for women, we want to have their human choice being respected, but also we know that it’s important also for the future of the planet that we should deal with the population growth.”  Considering Canada’s unrestricted access to abortion on demand, its indoctrination of its young through sex “education” and its massive international efforts to curb the population of the planet and to spread the population control ideology, the nation’s number one ranking by the UN is hardly surprising.


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