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Nations Push Back against U.N. Human Rights Committee Attempt to Redefine the ‘Right to Life’



https://www.pop.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/HV_WB_UNHCR-110317.mp3 A number of states have pushed back against an attempt by the United Nations Human Rights Committee to reinterpret the ‘right to life’ to mean a right to abortion. This past July, the Committee approved a draft of General Comment No. 36 at its first reading. General Comment No. 36 seeks to reinterpret the ‘right to life’ to exclude the unborn child in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). The Human …

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The Council of Europe Presses Member States to Lift All Restrictions on Abortion



  05 May 2008     Vol. 10 / No. 18 The Council of Europe Presses Member States to Lift All Restrictions on Abortion A resolution approved by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe is demanding that its 47 member states “legalize abortion if they have not done so.” Although legally non-binding, the resolution not only effectively endorses the “right” to kill the unborn, it puts pressure on nations to lift any and all restrictions …

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Global Monitor



Ted Turner on Population and Global Warming Ted Turner, pro-abortion billionaire, has called for an international death sentence of humankind in order to reduce global warming. He even offered his answer to the “problem” of overpopulation; Ask people to voluntarily have only two children and increase global population control. With five children of his own, one can only wonder which three he would discard in his fantasy world. In an interview with PBS’s Charlie Rose, …

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Amnesty International Betrays Principles; Adopts Pro Abortion Stance



Amnesty International (AI), after years of skirting the issue, has officially come out in favor of abortion. At this year’s annual meeting, held in Mexico City in August, the organization declared that its policy is “to support the decriminalization of abortion, to ensure women have access to health care when complications arise from abortion and to defend women’s access to abortion—within reasonable gestational limits—when their health or life are in danger.”1 Pro-lifers will have no …

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Europe’s Abortion Fanaticism



The global hand of the human extermination movement has taken hold of Portugal, a small country that has long had a low birthrate. Only four nations in Europe offer strong protection in law for unborn children: Ireland, Portugal, Poland, and Malta. The European Union and the pro-abortion organizations it generously funds, along with the United Nations and others, have been trying for decades to get these EU members to conform to their abortion orthodoxy. Now, …

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The Purity of Motherhood



February 2 was, of course, the Feast of the Presentation of the Child Jesus in the temple, though before 1969 it was also known as the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In the pre-1969 liturgy, the Magnificat antiphon at 1st Vespers and the pre-Septuagesima Alleluia verse proclaim: Senex Puerum portabat: Puer autem senem regebat — “The old man carried the Child: but the Child governed the old man.” Intergenerational Needs The importance of the …

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Abortion Dominoes in Europe



16 February 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 7 Dear Colleague: Partisans of life still have a chance to keep abortion-on-demand out of the land of Fatima. Steven W. Mosher President Abortion Dominoes in Europe The global hand of the human extermination movement has taken hold of Portugal, a small country that has long had a low birthrate.  Only four nations in Europe offer strong protection in law for unborn children: Ireland, Portugal, Poland, and Malta.  …

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