I refer to https://www.theage.com.au/world/mao-proposed-exporting-millions-of-women-to-us-20080214-ge6q47.html (see below)

Mao proposed 'exporting' millions of women to US

MAO Zedong proposed sending 10 million Chinese women to the United States, in talks with top envoy Henry Kissinger in 1973, according to documents released by the US State Department.

The Chinese dictator said he believed such emigration could kick-start bilateral trade but could also "harm" the US with a population explosion similar to China's, according to documents covering US-China ties between 1973 and 1976.

"Let them go to your place. They will create disasters. That way you can lessen our burdens," Mao said.

"Do you want our Chinese women? We can give you 10 million."

Dr Kissinger noted that Mao was "improving his offer".

Mao continued: "By doing so we can let them flood your country with disaster and therefore impair your interests. In our country we have too many women, and they have a way of doing things.

I refer to https://tnp.straitstimes.com/news/singapore/ex-hdb-chief-singapore-must-still-aim-population-10-million (see below)

Ex-HDB chief: Singapore must still aim for population of 10 million

'Architect of modern Singapore' stands by comments he made four years ago

Four years ago, when Dr Liu Thai Ker said Singapore should plan for a population of 10 million to remain sustainable as a country, it raised eyebrows.

Yesterday, the former chief executive of the Housing Board stood by his comments yesterday in an interview with The New Paper at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre on the first day of the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit.

Dr Liu, who is also founding chairman of the Centre for Liveable Cities, added: "Before Singaporeans complain, they have to ask themselves: How long do you want Singapore to stay as a sovereign country?"

He said it would be difficult for the country to depend on neighbours should the need arise.

Referring to a White Paper released in 2013 that projected Singapore's population to hit 6.5 million to 6.9 million by 2030, Dr Liu suggested in a forum later that year that Singapore could look ahead to a population of 10 million people by 2100.

Netizens criticised his comments, with many worried Singapore's infrastructure could not support such a large population.

Dr Liu said his idea of the population increasing from the current 5.6 million to 10 million in less than a hundred years was a low estimate of the growth rate.

Asked about the issues facing rail operator SMRT, he said that when it came to urban issues in general, it was human to let things slide a little.


Singaporeans living in HDB flats are facing a high risk of stampede during peak hours (on a daily basis) in the HDB heartlands because Singapore is seriously overpopulated, and overcrowding in the HDB heartlands happens on a daily basis during peak hours. The policymakers who wanted a population of 10 million people don't live in HDB neighbourhoods, hence won't be affected by the overpopulation and overcrowding. The evil message behind this population of 10 million people is to overwhelm the low-income minority groups (especially the indigenous Malays) living in HDB flats by overcrowding them with foreign settlers – telling them that "foreign rule" is completely unredeemable.

When foreign settlers become the ruling class in a foreign country, 80% of Singapore's population living in HDB flats (regardless of race, language or religion) faces a high risk of stampede on a daily basis during peak hours in order for the top 20% PAP cadres and richest to enjoy the high life by overcrowding the indigenous Malays with foreign settlers and also trapping the indigenous Malays in a permanent underclass using evil policy.

Obviously the top 20% PAP cadres and richest don't see the indigenous Malays as "fellow Singaporeansor "equal human beings" – based on the fact that they are consistently formulating evil policy to ensure that the indigenous Malays remain a minority group and also trapping the indigenous Malays in a permanent underclass. The word "binatang" befits the top 20% PAP cadres and richest.