Really, I can only laugh at these poor fools (while keeping an eye on immigration rules in places like the Netherlands and New Zealand, of course).
many thoughts, but two worth expressing:
1) "The mind-set that invites a couple to use contraception is an antichild mind-set," she told me. "So when a baby is conceived accidentally, the couple already have this negative attitude toward the child. Therefore seeking an abortion is a natural outcome. We oppose all forms of contraception."
So it's better that the couple have a child toward whom they have a negative attitude? Or is the idea that only the availability of a solution creates the perception of a problem? Which is borne out by the facts, of course, since when there was no abortion there was simply no such thing as an unwanted pregnancy (just ignore those women bleeding to death in the alley as you pass).
2) Since when is a slight diminution in the population by natural population dynamics really bothersome? Is 6 billion not enough? I mean, sure, in a frontier or imperialist situation, it might be preferable to encourage procreation, but even if the world's most poor continue to outstrip the developed world in fertility (and even if we increased the rates here and in western Europe, there's little doubt that the disparity will continue), is there any likelihood that they'll be able to take over and deprive us of our SUV's? Shit, to be honest, the only good news in this little hatefest is the population decline. No harm no foul, I say. The Earth is ours, and civilization is the hemisphere's; so shall it remain for the foreseeable future; a few less fornicators isn't such a bad thing anyway, right? Right?