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Human Rights Abuses Chart



Australia Year Type of Abuse Estimated Number Sex Targeted Reference early 1990s use of still experimental contraceptives 30 women “From the Countries” Jan/Feb 92 V. 2 N. 1 p. 11. 2004 Underage teens put on Implanon without parental knowledge women “From the Countries” Mar/Apr 04 V. 14 N. 2 p. 14. 1992-1998 Illegal sterilizations of girls with disabilities over 1000 women “From the Countries” Jan/Feb 98 V. 8 N. 1 p. 14. Austria Year Type …

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Dutch Abortion Ship Detained by Guatemalan Military



The Guatemalan military has taken the so-called “ship of death” into custody after it docked in Port Quetzal, a city approximately two hours south of the nation’s capital. Activists aboard the Dutch-flagged ship, operated by the radically pro-abortion nongovernmental organization (NGO) Women on Waves, had intended to ferry women into international waters and chemically abort them. The ship was carrying a cargo of abortion pills for this purpose. The Guatemalan Constitution guarantees the protection of …

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PRI Review Podcast January 29, 2016 Importance of permanence of Marriage, New Hampshire Court Prefers Permanence of Divorce, and Peru Pro-Lifers fight Sterilization Campaign



Christians of all denominations now recognize the truths of Humanae Vitae – the collapse of marriage and the rise of abortion and sexual libertinism began with the embrace of contraception. New Hampshire's Supreme Court finds that, while marriage is temporary, divorce is permanent. And Planned Parenthood affiliates and allies in Peru, Guatemala, and other Latin American countries push contraception big-time.

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Corrupted by Population Control? The Case of CARE



Should Catholics and other Christians be Supporting an Organization Whose Policies, if not its Programs, are Indistinguishable from those of Planned Parenthood?

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Part 5. Human Rights and Reproductive Wrongs



Note: The following is excerpted from Steven Mosher’s book, Population Control—Real Costs, Illusory Benefits. When the government sterilization team arrived in their little town of La Legua, Peru, Celia Durand and her husband, Jaime, looked at each other and shook their heads. Although Celia had considered a tubal ligation in the past, she had begun to hear rumors of women damaged or even killed during the national tubal ligation campaign. She had decided that she …

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Project Stop Abortion: PRI Launches Major Offensive in Latin America



The recent ruling by the Colombian Constitutional Court, which effectively legalized abortion in that country, signaled to us at PRI that it was time to expand our efforts in Latin America. Until that ruling, solidly Catholic Latin America had been nearly abortion-free. The only exceptions were Cuba and Puerto Rico, and in neither case did it reflect the will of the people. Fidel Castro imposed abortion on his dirt-poor “socialist paradise” (whose low birthrate and …

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Help for Families in the Americas and Beyond



July 14, 2006 Volume 8, Number 27 Help for Families in the Americas and Beyond Dear Colleague: For 30 years, Family of the Americas Foundation has spread practical knowledge about life and procreation around the world. Steven W. Mosher President Governments around the world extract from their peoples billions of dollars annually to promote birth control. People are told that they shouldn’t have more than one or two children and are continually propagandized to use …

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From the Countries



Finally — a Good Use for Condoms For years the population controllers have been dumping millions upon millions of condoms into Africa. Finally someone has found something useful to do with all these condoms. Sari makers in India are using them to lubricate the yarn on their looms, By rubbing them on the bobbins while making brocade saris, they prevent the yarn from snapping, It is estimated that the sari industry uses half a million …

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