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Pushing Forced Birth Control in Netherlands

Progressive cultural ideas are like viruses. A noxious notion starts one place and soon it spreads like a, well, cultural plague. That is why the proposal from Rotterdam to subject some women to mandatory contraception is so wrong and concerning. From The Independent story: Rotterdam city council has called for mothers, judged to be incapable to raise children, to be given compulsory contraception by court order.
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