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One-Child Terror Campaign Continues



18 July 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 25 One-Child Terror Campaign Continues The forced abortion campaign hit the southern Chinese province like a deadly hurricane. The provincial government decided that too many babies were being born. Local officials were warned that population control quotas had to be met or their heads would be on the chopping block. They reacted by hunting down and arresting hundreds of women for the crime of being pregnant. Taken by …

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Yet More Money for Human Extermination Campaigns



In a world of already-low and rapidly declining birthrates, and soon to experience a dramatic aging trend, European governments have decided to devote yet more money to the extermination of children in the Third World. This act of prioritizing comes in the form of new money to support Communist China’ s coercive population control program, and more new money for the Global Safe Abortion Fund created by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). In both …

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Yet More Money for Human Extermination Campaigns



February 10, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 6 Yet More Money for Human Extermination Campaigns Dear Colleague: The priorities of international organizations and European governments for Third World people remain the same: Fewer of them even as they are having fewer babies. Steven W. Mosher President In a world of already-low and rapidly declining birthrates, and soon to experience a dramatic aging trend, European governments have decided to devote yet more money to the extermination …

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New Report on FDA Approval of ‘Emergency Contraception’



Press Release Source: Population Reseach New Report on FDA Approval of ‘Emergency Contraception’ WASHINGTON, DC, 31 March 2004 — Population Research Institute has released an in-depth report on so-called “emergency contraception.” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has delayed its decision to act on Women’s Capital Corporation/Barr Laboratories application for over-the-counter (OTC) status for so-called “emergency contraception”(EC), the morning-after pill (MAP). Opposition to OTC/MAP involves concerns that OTC/MAP would increase rates of rape, STDs, …

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Dangerous MAP Ads Threaten Public Health



March 26, 2004 Volume 6 / Number 12 Dear Colleague: On February 20, 2004, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced it would delay for 90 days its decision to approve over-the-counter (OTC) status of the morning-after pill (MAP). The FDA said it needed more time to evaluate the use of Plan B among teenagers. The final decision is expected to come on May 20. As the countdown continues, beware of false advertising! “Cutting edge” …

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