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American camp by offering 10 million women to USA
Well they did let CIA neuter Indian men.

On Dec. 10, 1974, the U.S. National Security Council under Henry Kissinger completed a classified 200-page study, “National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.” The study falsely claimed that population growth in the so-called Lesser Developed Countries (LDCs) like India was a grave threat to U.S. national security. Adopted as official policy in November 1975 by President Gerald Ford, NSSM 200 outlined a covert plan to reduce population growth in those countries including India through birth control, and also, implicitly, war and famine. Brent Scowcroft, who had by then replaced Kissinger as national security adviser, was put in charge of implementing the plan. CIA Director George Bush was ordered to assist Scowcroft, as were the secretaries of state, treasury, defense, and agriculture. It paid special attention to 13 “key countries” in which the United States had a “special political and strategic interest”: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Turkey, Nigeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia. It claimed that population growth in those states was especially worrisome, since it would quickly increase their relative political, economic, and military strength.

In the years leading into the 1970s, India experienced rapid population growth. With the possibility of famine arising, US President Johnson used food aid to pressure the Indian government to meet its family planning targets. This was also done to Bangladesh and “By the early 1970s, Bangladesh was spending one third of its entire health budget on family planning and India was spending 60 percent.”Further:

Between the 1960s and 1980s, millions of people in India and other Asian countries were sterilized or had IUDs [intrauterine devices], as well as other contraceptives, inserted in unhygienic conditions. Numerous cases of uterine perforation, excessive bleeding, infections, and even death were reported.[49]

The Population Council knowingly sent un-sterile IUDs to India, and in the 1970s, nearly half a million women in forty-two developing countries were treated with defective IUDs that “heightened the risk of infection and uterine perforation,” after the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) had “quietly bought up thousands of the devices at a discount for distribution overseas.” Then sterilization was introduced as a means for “keeping the quotas” on population control in India, as “sterilization was made a condition for receiving land allocations and water for irrigation, as well as electricity, rickshaw licenses, and medical care.” A Swedish diplomat touring a Swedish/World Bank population program at the time was quoted as saying, “Obviously the stories… on how young and unmarried men are more or less dragged to the sterilization premises are true in far too many cases.”[50]

NSSM 200 recommended the “Integration of population factors and population programs into country development planning,” as well as “Increased assistance for family planning services, information and technology,” and “Creating conditions conducive to fertility decline.” The memorandum even specifically mentioned that, “We must take care that our activities should not give the appearance to the LDCs [Lesser Developed Countries] of an industrialized country policy directed against the LDCs.”[55] Essentially, NSSM 200 made population control a key strategy in US foreign policy, specifically related to aid and development. In other words, it was eugenics as foreign policy.

In 1975, Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, declared martial law. Her son Sanjay was appointed as the nation’s chief population controller. Sanjay “proceeded to flatten slums and then tell the residents that they could get a new house if they would agree to be sterilized. Government officials were given sterilization quotas. Within a year, six million Indian men and two million women were sterilized. At least 2,000 Indians died as a result of botched sterilization operations.” However, the following year there was an election, and Indira Gandhi’s government was thrown out of power, with that issue playing a major factor.[56]

Next, however, China became the major focus of the population control movement, which “offered technical assistance to China’s “one child” policy of 1978-83, even helping to pay for computers that allowed Chinese officials to track “birth permits,” the official means by which the government banned families from having more than one child and required the aborting of additional children.”[57] Further:

Even China’s draconian population programs received some support in the 1980s from the US-funded International Planned Parenthood Federation and the UN Population Fund. Before China launched its infamous “One Child Policy,” concerns were being raised about its “voluntary” family planning program. In 1981, Chinese and American newspapers reported that “vehicles transporting Cantonese women to hospitals for abortions were ‘filled with wailing noises.’ Some pregnant women were reportedly ‘handcuffed, tied with ropes or placed in pig’s baskets.‘”

After 1983, coercion became official Chinese policy. “All women with one child were to be inserted with a stainless-steel, tamper-resistant IUD, all parents with two or more children were to be sterilized, and all unauthorized pregnancies aborted,” according to the One Child Policy. During this time, the International Planned Parenthood Federation and the UN Population Fund continued to support China’s nongovernmental Family Planning Association, even though some of its top officials also worked for the government.[58]

The UN was not a passive participant in population control measures, as it actively supported these harsh programs, and in many cases, rewarded governments for their vicious tactics in reducing population growth:

In 1983, Xinzhong Qian and Indira Gandhi were awarded the first United Nations Population Award to recognize and reward their accomplishments in limiting the population growth in China and India in the previous decade. During the 1970s, officials in these countries had launched extremely ambitious population programs that were supposed to improve the quality of the population and halt its growth. The measures used were harsh. For example, slum clearance resulting in the eradication of whole urban neighbourhoods and the widespread sterilization of their inhabitants was an important part of India’s ‘Emergency’ campaign. In Delhi, hundreds of thousands of people were driven from their homes in events that resulted in numerous clashes, arrests, and deaths, while a total of eight million sterilizations were recorded in India in 1976.[59]

Horrifically, “between the 1960s and 1980s, millions of people in India and other Asian countries were sterilized or had IUDs, as well as other contraceptives, inserted in unhygienic conditions. Numerous cases of uterine perforation, excessive bleeding, infections, and even death were reported, but these programs made little effort to treat these conditions, or even determine their frequency, so we don’t know precisely how common they were.”[60]

In the late 1980s, revelations in Brazil uncovered the NSSM 200 in Brazil since its implementation in 1975 under the Ford Presidency. An official government investigation was launched, and it was discovered that, “an estimated 44% of all Brazilian women aged between 14 and 55 had been permanently sterilized.” Further, the programs of sterilization, undertaken by a number of international organizations, were coordinated under the guidance of USAIDPresent:

"New birth control options have long been advocated for by international organizations, among them USAID..














Sterilization camp:

UK is also complicit:

Edit: For those that want to go down the rabbit hole a bit further, it seems that in countries where they can't depopulate via USAID/NGO proxies, they do so with depleted uranium (causes cancer and other birth defects which hinder population growth over time): https://www.newsweek.com/how-us-made-use-radioactive-bombs-routine-4437

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23729095/32l8cY-8n8ononngn/6833ckm/90n/ml."
 

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Pakistan and Afghanistan should unite into one country. This will help prevent imperial agendas in the region.

Afghanistan is our backyard, and Pathans make up 60% of Afghanistani population.

Thats not correct, Pukhtoons are estimated to be around 38% to 40% of the population followed by Tajiks (who are closely related to us but lean more towards Iran) at around 21% to 25% and another closely related group is Baloch which are less than 1%.
 

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Thats not correct, Pukhtoons are estimated to be around 38% to 40% of the population followed by Tajiks (who are closely related to us but lean more towards Iran) at around 21% to 25% and another closely related group is Baloch which are less than 1%.
I do not go by CIA world factbook.

Afghan=Pathan. And we rightfully have a right to call it our backyard.

Thats not correct, Pukhtoons are estimated to be around 38% to 40% of the population followed by Tajiks (who are closely related to us but lean more towards Iran) at around 21% to 25% and another closely related group is Baloch which are less than 1%.
Tajiks are Sunni Muslims who speak Dari/Farsi.
 

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Why you allowing this propaganda thread to keep running? our president is taken completely out of context in a trolling fashion and shxt is still here... This is from some Indian disinfo fake news manufactured... The mods will delete irrelevant threads such as defense related as if it was major breach but allowing blatant fake news


@waz @The Eagle

This website or forum has Indian mods perhaps because they locked from me a thread targetting India while they allow threads targetting us or anti-us run freely example look at this garbage thread and if it was anti-India it would have been locked
 
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Thats not correct, Pukhtoons are estimated to be around 38% to 40% of the population followed by Tajiks (who are closely related to us but lean more towards Iran) at around 21% to 25% and another closely related group is Baloch which are less than 1%.
Yes, and afghans are always crying about Punjabi this, Pashtuns that, they don’t realise Pakistan has more than 3 times the amount of ethnic Pashtuns in Pakistan than Afghanistan, and that’s not including the 1.5-2 million refugees, the army has a huge % of Pashtuns, only second to punjabis, and not by a significant much.
 

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This website or forum has Indian mods perhaps they locked from me a thread targetting India while they allow threads targetting us or anti-us run freely example look at this garbage thread and if it was anti-India it would have been locked
I will agree this forum is too tolerant of Indians. The rationale is to engage with Indians who are civilized enough to hear their supposed arguments on the Kashmir dispute.

Or what is their perspective on social issues.
 

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I do not go by CIA world factbook.

Afghan=Pathan. And we rightfully have a right to call it our backyard.


Tajiks are Sunni Muslims who speak Dari/Farsi.
First of all learn to call us properly, we are not Pathans, we are Pukhtoons or Pashtuns.

Secondly when did you conduct your personal census in Afghanistan?
 

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