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Never Say “Die”



On July 11th, the United Nations will celebrate its 26th World Population Day. The point of this annual exercise is to raise money to promote abortion, sterilization and contraception among poor and vulnerable women by alarming us about the dangers of global population growth. The problem with this narrative is that, in many regions of the world, the population is declining, not growing. About half the world’s population lives in “low-fertility” countries, where women have …

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Global Monitor: European Court Favors International Abortion



The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the Portuguese government broke the law in preventing the Dutch abortion boat from landing when it attempted to enter Portuguese territory in 2004. (Abortion was against the law in Portugal at that time.) Abortionist and foundress of the “Women on Waves” project, Rebecca Gomperts said she is delighted with the finding. “We shall use the judgment for new campaigns outside Europe,” she said. In 2004, the …

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For the Record



Mosher played an important role in exposing the abuses associated with China’s “one-child” policy. In his latest book he tells us that China does not have a monopoly on population control-driven fanaticism and even cruelty … … What Mosher calls “costs” were not limited to overt human-rights abuses. Around the world, money that should have gone to primary health care was diverted to population-control programs: African doctors report facilities filled with condoms and contraceptives while …

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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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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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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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Global Monitor



Pro-Life Portuguese Fight Abortion Legalization In Portugal, the pro-abortion forces managed to prompt a new referendum on abortion. Portuguese pro-lifers are under the most massive attack ever with a coalition of-political parties fighting against them. The anti-lifers have gone so far as to hire a communications expert who works in the print and TV media. The parties involved represent more than 80% of the Parliament. Pro-lifers are busy coordinating efforts against the referendum. In hopes …

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