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International Planned Parenthood Federation Performs Over One Million Abortions in 2016, Report Shows



One of the world’s most extensive and prolific abortion networks has passed a tragic milestone. In 2016, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), for the first time reported in its history, aborted more than one million unborn baby boys and girls in a single year. The final death toll for 2016: 1,094,679 children lost through surgical or chemical abortion[1]—roughly the equivalent of the population of Austin, Texas. IPPF also performed an additional 3.6 million …

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Triumph for Independence and Life in Peru



  LIMA, PERU. Population Research Institute (PRI) exposed an an illegal pro-abortion website and had it removed. Abortion is currently illegal in the christian country of Peru, but the international population control movement tried to give desperate Peruvian women empty solutions via a blog acting as a “safe abortion hotline”. The pro-abortion movement regularly uses such blogs to gain a foothold into countries which prohibit abortions. By sending women misoprostol (a synthetic prostaglandin which induces …

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PRI Takes Down Abortion-Promoting Blog



For some years now, the abortion movement has been setting up so-called “safe abortion hotlines” in Latin American countries, and secretly (and illegally) advertising them on the internet. In Peru, the offensive website was under the domain of Blogspot, and it relentlessly promoted abortion. Women who visited the site looking for help were instead given encouragement to break the law and to perform a dangerous and illegal chemical abortion on themselves by obtaining and ingesting Misoprostol from …

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Franchising Abortion and Sterilization



Think of franchises, and McDonald’s or Starbucks springs to mind. But how about franchising clinics that do abortions and sterilizations? The population control movement has thought of this too. In the developing world, so-called “reproductive health clinics” are spreading like fast food chains in America through a network of organizations that want abortion and birth control drugs as readily available as a slurpee at 7 Eleven. With their slick marketing and eye-catching logos, these population …

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Illegal Abortion Hot-Lines: A New Attack on the Unborn



The International Planned Parenthood Federation and its allies have come up with a clever new tactic in its war on the unborn.  They have decided to simply ignore existing laws protecting the sanctity of life and set up abortion hot-lines to encourage women to abort themselves. Women who call these hot-lines are told about the abortifacient drug, misoprostol.  They are briefed on how they can obtain it, and how they can use it abort themselves. …

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News from Latin America: Illegal Abortion Hotlines, A New Attack on the Unborn



The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and its allies have come up with a clever new tactic in its war on the unborn. They have decided to simply ignore existing laws protecting the sanctity of life and set up abortion hotlines to encourage women to abort themselves. Women who call these hotlines are told about the abortifacient drug, Misoprostol. They are briefed on how they can obtain it, and how they can use it to …

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News from Latin America: Holding the Line in a Continent Under Fire



Why is abortion not legal in Latin America despite the incredible number of pro-abortion attempts to legalize it? An in-depth analysis would surely consider the historic, sociological, religious, and other aspects. But from my daily experience working in the pro-life movement as the PRI Director of the Latin American office, I would say that the real reason abortion is not legal in Latin American is people. Extraordinary persons are doing an extraordinary job holding the …

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