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Detroit newspaper calls for birth control sterilants to be added to public water supply, reports Aaron Dykes

Jonathan Benson, staff writer

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Feb. 15,2 012

(NaturalNews) Why would you forcibly medicate the population with fluoride chemicals via the water supply when you could instead forcibly medicate them with birth control drugs? That seems to be the opinion of Nolan Finley, the editorial page editor at The Detroit News, who says that too many people on welfare are having babies in Detroit, Mich., and that adding birth control sterilants to the water supply just might be a good solution to the problem.

While seemingly intended to be a commentary on the immense burden that excessive pregnancies are on the social welfare system in the city -- his focus seems to be on the city's poor whose wombs are a "poverty factory", his own words -- Finley's strongly-worded diatribe reads more like a page out of a eugenics manual. Seething with disgust over the dismal state of affairs in Detroit, Finley's column makes some very drastic recommendations about how he thinks the state should handle the city's higher-than-he-would-like birth rate.

In all reality, Detroit is the new poster child city for what happens when globalists take over a nation and destroy its industrial base. Rapidly decaying infrastructure, out-of-control crime, decimated industry, and a resultant mass exodus of middle and upper-class families are all the result of America's deindustrialization, which is something for which the city's poor were obviously not directly responsible.

And yet Finley seems to suggest that the city's poor are a cause, rather than a consequence, of this raping and pillaging of the American economy. He goes on to suggest that the very same government responsible for causing the debacle in the first place became directly involved in "fixing it" by embracing a philosophy of "reproductive responsibility." And one of his suggestions for doing this appears to be lacing the city's water supply with contraceptive drugs.

He could be speaking tongue-in-cheek, of course. But he could also be dead serious. Based on his apparent belief that the government needs to get involved in regulating how many children a person can have, Finley seems to embrace a philosophy of reproductive responsibility that looks more like government-mandated population control.


Governments use the poor as scapegoats to push 'greater good' policies

In a recent analysis of Finley's piece, Aaron Dykes over at explains how such eugenicist ideas are rooted in corrupt, collectivist governments who want complete control over the population. The poor that are having too many babies, in other words, are a scapegoat for implementing outlandish public policy initiatives like adding chemicals to the water supply for the "greater good."

This is exactly the argument that has long been used to support adding fluoride chemicals to the water supply. Poor families and their children, we are told, are all losing their teeth because of a lack of proper dental care, and the only way to fix it is to dump toxic fluoride waste into the water supply, 99 percent of which ends up going down the drain anyway (

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