Ted Turner


Talking about budget cuts, how about population cuts?

Bill Muehlenberg | 18 June 2012

“Media mogul and population control advocate Ted Turner recently told citizen journalists he would like to reduce the world’s population by five billion people, asking parents to be a ‘one child family… for 100 years.’”

 
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