“One abortion minimum mandate before having a child” a progressive solution to climate change

Why a group of liberal arts majors from UC Davis may have the answer to our planet's number one threat

A group of politically active students from UC Davis have put together a draft proposal that will be sent to California senator Kamala Harris that could be a game changer when it comes to fighting climate change. If this passes in California, it has a possibility to reach congress and from there, the only obstacle would be the intolerant and hateful Republican bigots on the other side of the aisle.

Generally speaking, the draft says the following: All women would be required to have at least one abortion before giving birth to their first child. Miscarriages or other pregnancy complications don’t count. This will slow down the population inflation over the next 30 years, which will do wonders for the environment without the need to neutralize any individuals after being born.

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We spoke with Kelsey Smithson, the head writer for “Report it Aborted”, a pro-choice activist publication who teamed up with the UC Davis environmental action committee to draft the proposal entitled, “End Birth or End Earth.”

Where we’re from, abortion happens all the time. There’s nothing to it and once you get used to the idea, it really doesn’t matter. We recommend all women who are currently pregnant – regardless of where they are along the way – to terminate immediately. If our proposal passes, this will be enforced. We’re living in the right side of history.

  • Kelsey Smithson, head writer for Report it Aborted, UC Davis 29

It’s up to the younger generation of liberal Americans to save the world. One step at a time, progressives are moving forward on the fight against climate change. Stay tuned for more updated on the progress of the “End Birth or End Earth” proposal.


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