The Freedom Essays: The Immorality of Population Control / #positivedisruption #Global #criticalthinking #wisdom

updated 7/20/17

In the understanding of many, it is now clear that becoming exceedingly wealthy does not equate into obtaining great reservoirs of wisdom. It certainly does not render human beings with hearts and minds in balance and in accord with that of the creator, God. Found in religious scriptures the world over, the men and women prophets and prophetesses have not been resolutely those with vast sums of material wealth, though some have, such as Queen Esther (Book of Esther) and King David. More so than not, those with tremendous wisdom and understanding — that is to say, those who have been bestowed with wisdom and understanding have obtained it through God and/ or through the study of self and life, such as Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha. In the case of Buddha, he was actually an earthly prince who renounced his wealth, so the case can be made otherwise that in this instance, he may have obtained a strong foundation of education as an earthly prince, giving him a platform of understanding and critical thinking in the which he renounced the material life, yet was able to attain sharper critical thinking skills, more so than others, due to his upbringing. But more so than not, wisdom and understanding are attributes that all kinds of people attain, irrespective of their financial wealth, or lack thereof.

With that said, I invite the reader to take into account the congruency of tremendous wealth, power, and position as a platform for men and women who use it effect massive change in the world through the sheer power of their earthly status. These self-appointed leaders of thought may have certain kinds of wisdom and understanding within their respected fields, yet it is evident in the examples listed below that great knowledge and success in one department does not equity the best intellect in another.

Take for example, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. A great amount of their focus is on focused on population control in the African continent. This pair of individuals tends to be ranked number one as the most wealthiest two people in the world. They are well-known for their vaccination campaigns, primarily focused in Africa and the Gates family is also known as the creator of the human abortion company, Planned Parenthood. Understandably, their interest is in the welfare of the planet’s population with what seems as an all out effort to achieve a desirable human-earth ratio balance that is habitable for earth and the rest of its inhabitants. Their billions of dollars and vast networks of social influence reach far and wide to other powerful individuals, such as another one of the wealthiest people on earth, the billionaire man known as the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffet, and a plethora of media organizations and liberal, global institutions.

The sheer force of their money can physically create buildings at a rapid pace, purchase hundreds of millions of vaccines at basement prices, maintain a cadre of political lobbyists in Washington D.C. and directly and indirectly fund a plethora of individuals, companies, media outlets and global institutions in order to coalesce thought and ideology on an amplified level.

Certainly so, this foundation has a kind of wisdom and understanding on how to see their thought and ideology flourish in a very successful way.

But is it in line with God’s wisdom and understanding? In Africa, one hero woman, Obianuju Ekeocha recently went on the BBC news channel to call such thinking of population control, neocolonialists and downright apprehensible. She added that the vocabulary term, abortion, has no direct translation in Africa and that is typified as something immoral and downright wrong. In her recent interview, she countered that what was really going on with the Gates Foundation agenda was population control of Africa, which is one of the fastest rising population centers of the world at this time….and that would mean a great surplus in critical thinkers, movers and shakers for generations to come. That would mean new people with their own thought processes and ideologies which would probably run counter to that of the Gates Foundation and its army of thought followers.

So there are actually competitive and challenging thought and ideological pools of ‘wisdom and understanding’ not in line with that of the wealthiest, met powerful individuals, institutions and media organizations. A battle, perhaps even an ancient battle looms out from the sides of the earth and due to the proliferation of social media platforms that can be orchestrated from our smart phones, the possibility of this lopsided battle entering a more level playing field is now more prescient than ever. An African woman like Mrs. Obianuju Ekeocha and American women like, Mrs. Lila Grace Rose, Alveda King, and Marjorie Dannenfelser are not billionaires. They do not have pools of money to form a river of financial power that influences, but they do have a social media platforms that allow them to amplify their voices from deep inside their hearts allowing them to connect with like-minded voices across the world and propel a counter movement that is for human rights from the moment of conception.

So their is another kind of wisdom and another kind of understanding which has nothing to do with incredible amounts of money, but all to do with critical thinking and using ones heart and mind together to protect people, rather than attempt to control them.

Where is wisdom? Is it not to be more had than all the rubies in the world? She crieth in the streets. “For wisdom is better than rubies; and all the things that may be desired are not to be compared to it. I wisdom dwell with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inventions….my fruit is better than gold, and my revenue than choice silver…the Lord possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old. I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was..before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth..”

Proverbs 8:11–25



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