Solution 10 Edit

We would contribute substantially to stabilising world population by forcing changes in Roman Catholic ideology and/or its influence in the developing countries. The question is, when does freedom of religion go too far, and is this a religion which has gone too far? -- James

    • Symbol oppose vote there are several other factors causing overpopultion than the weltanschauung of the roman catholic church. Especially because being Roman Catholic does not necessarily mean you are not allowed to use contraception. -- 12:21, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Nele+Theresa
    • Symbol oppose vote We agree that overpopulation is often not primarily a question of religion since we don't see Bavaria to be overpopulated -- 12:23, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Anna, Eva, Ole
    • Symbol oppose vote Some might say that the policies towards contraception i.e. using condoms is the Catholic Church's way of limiting world population, via keeping AIDS alive. --Mojojojo89 (talk) 12:24, January 31, 2014 (UTC)M&R
  • Symbol neutral voteBeing a pagan, I would say yes – it has always gone too far, but changing religious attitudes is not that straight forward -- Kim/Anders
  • Symbol neutral vote I would say that the influence of catholic church in developing countries is rather low. Overpopulation is not caused by people in developing countries believing that contraception is bad. However overpopulation is rather caused by non-educated people that contraception exists and it's affordability and the fact that people still use children as a retirement plan. -- 12:57, February 1, 2014 (UTC) Kerry