Culture, Christianity, Catholic Dogma & The Death Of The West

Culture, Christianity, Catholic Dogma & The Death Of The West

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From the beginning of time man has defied God's laws--this is nothing new. But modern man now has at his disposal high-tech means to defy the natural law on a massive scale --none seem so insidious, and destructive as those that are based upon the idea that man can bring about his own sterility. The future generation has become modern man's enemy--that is --until he needs his scoial security payments. No part of the globe seems immune to the diabolical and suicidal threat of artificial contraception and abortion.

It has been estimated that more than 85% of women of child-bearing age are using artificial contraception. If this is accurate --- it should come as no surprise that the vast majority are blinded to the evils of contraception and why the Blessed Virgin Mary stated that "souls are falling into hell like snowflakes". Humanae Vitae predicted this eventual institutionalization of artificial contraception which would be forced upon the populace by wicked regimes such as the Chinese government. We are now only beginning to see the devastation that man's scheming against the natural law can cause. The tyranny will not end here. Perversions, abuse of women, and untold injustices will follow. We should not be surprised when the Chinese government begins to promote sodomy to appease desperate males who cannot find wives--in fact this has already

From Guardian Unlimited: "Shocking new figures released by the state media show that the worst affected city, Lianyungang in Jiangsu province, has a ratio of 165 boys to 100 girls among children aged one to four."

"Nationwide, six males are born for every five females, far above the international average. With the gap growing every year as a result of increased access to ultrasound sex-checking technology, one senior official warned that China faces the 'most serious gender imbalance in the world'."
There has been alarm for more than a decade, but it has reached a new pitch in recent months as state demographers forecast that 37 million men will be unable to find wives by 2020. Already there are 18 million more men than women of marriageable age. In a recent survey by the China Youth Daily, 85 per cent of respondents were worried about the implications of the gender gap.

China's problem is compounded by a strict family planning policy that limits many couples to one child. The government credits these restrictions for preventing 400 million births since the rules were introduced in 1979. Without them, it says the world's largest population - now 1.3 billion - would have spiralled out of control. But the result is an increasingly lopsided demography.

In the past, unwanted girls were abandoned. Now they are more likely to be aborted. As China has become wealthier, more couples have access to ultrasound checks. Although there are two laws banning doctors from telling pregnant women the sex of the foetus, the practice is common. Local media report that one common way around the regulations is for doctors silently to give a thumbs-up if the foetus is a boy. If it is a girl, a thumbs-down serves as an execution order."