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Henry Kissinger Population Control Document

Henry Kissinger Population Control Document



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Henry's little paper encouraging the murder of humanity.
Henry's little paper encouraging the murder of humanity.

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Henry Kissinger & Population
NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCILWASHINGTON, D.C. 20506April 24, 1974National Security Study Memorandum 200TO: The Secretary of DefenseThe Secretary of AgricultureThe Director of Central IntelligenceThe Deputy Secretary of StateAdministrator, Agency for International DevelopmentSUBJECT: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security andOverseas InterestsThe President has directed a study of the impact of world population growth on U.S.security and overseas interests. The study should look forward at least until the year2000, and use several alternative reasonable projections of population growth.In terms of each projection, the study should assess:- the corresponding pace of development especially in poorer countries;- the demand for US exports, especially of food, and the trade problems the US may facearising from competition for resources; and- the likelihood that population growth or imbalances will produce disruptive foreignpolicies and international instability.The study should focus on the international political and economic implications of population growth rather than its ecological, sociological or other aspects.The study would then offer possible courses of action for the United States in dealingwith population matters abroad, particularly in developing countries, with specialattention to these questions:- What, if any, new initiatives by the United States are needed to focus internationalattention on

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