The depravity of man in destroying himself never ceases to amaze me. The latest example comes from the publicly-funded Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), which published an article that said Canadians should publicly shame large families and import more migrants instead of promoting such families.
This is a dangerous ideology and I’ll demonstrate why in a moment.
The crown corporation, which is roughly analogous to Britain’s BBC, ran the article in response to Fixer Upper stars Chip and Joanna Gaines’s announcement that they were expecting a fifth child.
Kristen Pyszczyk, a Toronto-based writer whose interests include “feminism, mental health, addiction, pop culture, and digital media”, claimed that having a child was not just a personal choice, but “a choice that affects everyone who inhabits our planet”.
She argued that the social media backlash the Gaineses have received represents “a conversation we need to have in order to challenge our uncritical acceptance of the life-fulfillment-through-procreation story.”
The main thrust of Pyszczyk’s piece is that Westerners should not be having children because they are bad for the environment.
“Population control is a fraught topic,” Pyszczyk writes.
Yes, it’s a fraught topic, but it’s also an unbiblical and humanistic one.
She added that it’s “not an exaggeration to say that the survival of our species depends on it.”
She provides absolutely no evidence of her assertion for this because there is no evidence, especially if government would stop trying to control the food supply and land and simply do the only function it has and that is protect the rights of the people and punish evil doers (Romans 13:1-5).
Though she is not one that seems to want to have policies in places like some Communist countries have imposed upon their people, though I’m sure she would be all for it if she could force that, she believes that publicly shaming people who have large families would stop the issue dead in its tracks.
“Shame is a powerful tool for changing behaviour,” she writes.
She also continued by saying that who are “groomed for motherhood from a very early age” should be provided with “arguments for alternatives.”
Well, aren’t they given that everytime they turn on the television? Aren’t they given that at the checkout at the grocery store? Don’t they hear that from their friends outside the family at times? Of course, they do, but that is irrelevant.
What’s wrong with being a wife, motherhood and having lots of children? Nothing! It’s a place of blessing for a woman (Proverbs 31), as children are a blessing from the Lord (Psalm 127).
On the other hand, Ms. Pyszczyk’s view seems to be one of a curse (2 Timothy 3:6; Proverbs 5:1-6), the exact opposite of the instruction of the Bible.
Additionally, you produce children that should be raised for the glory of God and advancement of His kingdom, just like our forefathers the Pilgrims wrote about in the Mayflower Compact. It’s a part of the dominion mandate in Genesis 1:27-28.
God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. God blessed them; and God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth.”
This woman isn’t presenting anything new at all. She’s presenting the same tired lies that women like her, and some men, have promoted against Christianity. The West, as it is termed, was built upon Christian principles and biblical teachings. Let’s just get this out in the open that this is what it is. It isn’t about caring for the planet or making sure we will survive or any of that. This is a position that stands completely against the Bible and its teachings about how man is to conduct himself, what his purpose is in life and how he is to accomplish what God has commanded.
This woman used the arguments of Communists and Socialists to argue for climate change so they might enslave the people and fleece them out of their property and money. In doing so, she argues for the very takeover of Canada by none other than migrants, and I’m sure we all have a pretty good idea which migrants she approves of, the same ones that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau does, Muslims.
This is the answer she gives to her lack of consistency in her argument.
“Procreation is becoming a global public health concern, rather than a personal decision,” she claims. “So when people do irresponsible things like having five children, we absolutely need to be calling them out.”
How about doing irresponsible things like being chicken little and crying about carbon footprints and putting your nose where it doesn’t belong, like in other people’s family business? I think Ms. Pyszczyk needs to be called out and publicly shamed for her immature attitude and for her brazen attack not just on God, the Bible and the family, but on her own country! Look at what she says.
“And if the birth rate in Canada declines, so what?” she concluded. “As [U.S. President Donald Trump] cuts off aid to not-for-profits that educate on abortion, restricts immigration and stops sending money to countries that need it, we will have a steady supply of smart and talented immigrants.”
There you have it Canada! Ms. Pyszczyk wants true Canadians to become the minority and be overrun with migrants. She made it plain as day when she said what she said, but do you know what she didn’t address?
Many of those migrants don’t buy into her small family ideology because many of them, especially Muslims, have a similar ideology, though perverted, to Christianity and that is gaining dominion through our offspring.
Ms. Pyszczyk appears to be a very young woman. Obviously, she doesn’t have very much real world experience when it comes to actually knowing what she is talking about on this issue. However, if she lives to see a ripe old age, she will probably be living in some of what she is talking about with mass migration into Canada and curse herself for writing such totally moronic blather.
Article posted with permission from Freedom Outpost