Assuming this is all true -- why do you call it "white" genocide rather than simply "genocide"? Is there any evidence that these measures affect white women more than other ethnic/racial groups? (Or, regarding lower sperm count in men -- any evidence that only WHITE men are affected by this?)There are more ways to impose measures to prevent birth than the measures you have just described.
The straigth answer to your question is that there is no mandatory abortions on white women who do not want them. There is no mandatory contraception imposed either, but there does seem to be some environmental causes that would be similar in effect to mandatory contraception. We are exposed to plenty of estrogen in drinking water and xeno-estrogens through bpa that might have similar effects on fertility. Perhaps this is also the source of the decades long decline of sperm quality. This is understudied and we don't know for sure. We also don't know if this environmental cause is intentionally caused or intentionally not prevented. I do not consider this proven beyond any doubt. And in any case since this is far from significant enough to call contraception, as women do not have that much difficulty conceiving, I'm willing to concede altogether that (d) is not met completely.