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Topics: Genocide

Former Peruvian President Never Convicted for Forced Sterilizations

True story #4 in PRI’s ongoing series of “How I Survived Population Control” “Genocide” and “crimes against humanity” are the words that may come to mind as you learn the truly horrible story of former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori and his coercive program that sterilized 300,000 Peruvian women and 22,000 Peruvian men. Yet he has never been convicted for this crime, even though he was later sentenced to 25 years in jail for other crimes …

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Chinese Abortion “Doctor” Kills Her Own Grandchildren, One Grandchild Miraculously Survives Abortion Attempt

True story #3 in PRI’s ongoing series of “How I Survived Population Control” These stories are part of PRI’s 2014 End of Year Campaign. Please give generously to continue our vital work together. China brutally enforces a “one child per family” law, but often we only hear dry, faceless statistics about forced abortion in China. PRI, through on-site investigations in China, puts faces on those statistics – like this story about Yang Pingan . . …

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Justice Denied in Peru’s Sterilization Campaign

Fifteen years ago, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori, with the strong encouragement of the Clinton administration, ordered a nationwide sterilization campaign. At least 300,000 women were sterilized by “mobile sterilization teams” on a Chinese model, many under duress. Some died. PRI sent a team of investigators into the country, documented the abuses, and held press conferences and congressional hearings in the U.S. and Peru. Because of our work, the sterilization campaign ground to a halt. But Fujimori and …

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Genocide in Sri Lanka Continues

KILINOCHCHI, SRI LANKA: Tamil women continue to die at the hands of the Sri Lankan government, which is intent upon eradicating the minority population. A woman named Manjula Satheeskumar and her father are the most recent casualties. On August 31st, 2013, more than 50 women and their children were told their children were going to get check-ups and were transported to a district hospital in Kilinochchi. At the hospital, Sri Lankan population controllers told the …

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PRI President to Speak on Overpopulation at Georgetown Conference

Front Royal, VA, 1/23/13 – Steven Mosher is speaking this Saturday, January 26, at Georgetown University’s 14th Annual Cardinal O’Connor Conference for Life, “the nation’s largest student-run pro-life Conference.” As a part of the March for Life weekend events, Georgetown will bring together many of the top well-known leaders in the prolife movement. Mosher’s talk, entitled, “The Myth that Kills: Overpopulation as an Excuse for Genocide” takes a different angle at the issue of abortion. …

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Rwandan Genocide Redux?

U.S.-funded groups gear up to carry out a massive sterilization campaign in this tiny African country

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Rwanda to Sterilize 700,000 Men, PRI Pledges to “Work Tirelessly” Against It

Steven W. Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), expressed outrage today at a clear instance of U.S. tax dollars being used to aid a coercive campaign to sterilize 700,000 Rwandan men in 3 years.

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Stopping Genocide: Planned Parenthood Targeting of Alaska Natives

Most pro-lifers know that Planned Parenthood is in the business of targeting minorities. Four out of five Planned Parenthood clinics are located in minority neighborhoods, with blacks as the primary target. About one-third of all abortions are performed on blacks, even though they make up only 13 percent of the population. The organization, which receives over $300 million in government funding each year, even accepts contributions specifically designated for the elimination of black babies, as …

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