The notorious Club of Rome published a new report on Tuesday in Berlin, Germany, that enumerates several concrete “solutions” for global problems, and rewarding women for not bearing children is supported as a way to reduce population growth.
The Club of Rome is a think-tank that describes itself as “a group of world citizens, sharing a common concern for the future of humanity.”
“It would be helpful if society could shrink its population growth even more, ideally turning it negative” argued the two authors of the report, Jorgen Randers and Graeme Maxton, during a presentation. Women who have given birth to only one child are to be rewarded with $80,000 on their 50th birthday.
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