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Correlation or Causation? The Jaffe Memo Implemented in Our Time

Even though the ‘Jaffe Memo’ represents conspirators ‘red handed’, as it were, it is hard to imagine that anyone would actually try to implement the things on the memo, let alone actually be able to pull it off.

While there is no question that Jaffe, Berelson, etc, were deliberating over a multitude of options, which itself gives us insight into their twisted minds, the more pressing matter is whether or not any of their ruminations came to fruition.  There are three areas that would need to be investigated to settle that question.  1., Just what did Planned Parenthood decide and 2., Did they ever manage to implement their decision and 3., Did it ‘work’?

As the reader can imagine, anyone who chooses to act on a population control agenda doesn’t really want anyone to know the details.  It will have to be re-packaged.  The documents that lay bare the real agenda must not be allowed to see the light of day.  But, it has been said, “by their fruits you will know them.”  It is fair to say that even without a series of ‘smoking guns’ the maxim, ‘where there is smoke, there is fire’ has legitimacy.

Below, are links and sources that address each of those three areas.   More to come, as time permits, and as research unfolds.

1. What did they decide?

International Planned Parenthood begins its “Operation Countdown” in 1974

2. Did they attempt to implement it?

3.  Did it work?

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Overall Goal of the Memo (de-population):

People 65+ to Outnumber Children Under 5

America’s Birthrate is Now a National Emergency

“The new birth rate numbers are out, and they’re a disaster. There are now only 59.6 births per 1,000 women, the lowest rate ever recorded in the United States. Some of the decrease is due to good news, which is the continuing decline of teen pregnancies, but most of it is due to people getting married later and choosing to have fewer children.”

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Memo Point: “Encourage Increased Homosexuality”

“Sex is nature’s way—coercive, prankish, and pleasurable–of ensuring survival of the species. But in eras of overpopulation, those pleasures spill into a multitude of directions to slow or halt procreation—which is why I maintain that homosexuality is not a violation of natural law but its fulfillment, when history wills it.”  (See also.)

Homosexuality as Population Control? Why Gays & Lesbians Are Essential to the Balance of Nature.

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Memo Point:  “Discourage Home Ownership.”

Home ownership Increasingly Difficult For Average Americans [2016]

Home ownership at a 48 year low [2016]

“Figures from the St. Louis Fed showed a homeownership rate of 63.5 percent. The last time it was lower was in 1967.”  [editor: the ‘Jaffe Memo’ was penned in 1969.]

America’s Birthrate is Now a National Emergency

And there are plenty of policies that could help close that gap, whether from the left or from the right. Not just pro-maternity policies, but also policies that encourage healthy child-rearing, like child tax credits, family savings accounts, and tax-free children savings accounts. Or education reforms that would make fewer parents feel that they have to pony up for private school to give their kids a decent shot at life. Perhaps one of the biggest things we could do is to reduce the countless state and local regulations that make housing expensive.

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Memo Point:  “Restructure family (Postpone or avoid marriage)”

This is the end of marriage, capitalism and God. Finally!

America’s Birthrate is Now a National Emergency

“The new birth rate numbers are out, and they’re a disaster. There are now only 59.6 births per 1,000 women, the lowest rate ever recorded in the United States. Some of the decrease is due to good news, which is the continuing decline of teen pregnancies, but most of it is due to people getting married later and choosing to have fewer children.”

 

To sort:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-23/want-to-slow-climate-change-stop-having-babies-bioethicist-travis-rieder-says

http://www.usnews.com/news/best-countries/articles/2016-10-05/countries-where-the-most-young-adults-live-with-their-parents

Without job and income security, the authors warn, young adults could postpone reaching traditional markers of adulthood. Poor economic prospects could begin to affect health, fertility, crime and even “social cohesion.”