Greg, I don't know why you posted this, and I sure wouldn't think you're advocating this policy, but you quoted this article without any comment, so I'm wondering why you would even post this. Limiting births may not be visibly on the agenda in Copenhagen, but make no mistake it's one driving point behind their agenda.
The Bible says "be fruitful and multiply" the world mentality says no, don't do that. We'll starve. There will be too many people. Well why don't they just say that God didn't know what He was doing when He made the earth, didn't forsee the population explosion, and didn't provide what will be needed to sustain it.
A one child policy will lead to 1-loss of freedom, 2-forced abortions, and that's just the top two dangers. What about the unintended or eventual consequences? Control the population by limiting births, getting rid of the elderly, (yes that is where this kind of mentality leads-get rid of the weak and anyone with perceived uselessness, or burdens on society, i.e., the disabled and elderly.
Any government that would put this kind of policy in effect doesn't care a whit about human life. Where will it end? The elderly will be pushed toward euthanasia, told they are a burden to their families-which will get rid of the wisdom of the elderly, because they have lived and seen things this younger generation needs to know.
I may not be able to put this in good words, but I strongly, STRONGLY disagree with this birth restriction thing. You start limiting people's reproductive freedom,(and where would that end?) and you fall in line with the new world order that is getting a grip on our world, our nation's government, and you end up on the opposite side of God. No thanks.