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Topics: World Bank

Never Forget June 25th: Institute remembers the 39th anniversary of 11 million sterilizations



WASHINGTON DC: Population Research Institute remembers when, thirty-nine years ago, the population controllers got their way in India. Under severe pressure from the United States and the World Bank, the-Prime Minister Indira Gandhi ordered mass sterilizations. The campaign began on June 25th, 1975, when the Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, suspended elections and civil liberties. She declared a State of Emergency, and began rounding up Dalits (untouchables) and Muslims by the millions. By the …

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Marie Stopes and the Charade of “Post-Abortion Care”



  Americans may not have heard the name, Marie Stopes, but she is a household name in Britain.  The organization named after her is active in dozens of countries around the globe, including in former British colonies like Kenya and other developing countries like Madagascar.  And everywhere and always—even in countries where abortion is illegal—it not only advocates for the legalization of abortion, it actually performs abortions, usually under the guise of “post-abortion care.”   …

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Baby Seven Billion, Welcome.



A few seconds after midnight a baby emerged from the womb of her mother, drew her first breath, and announced her arrival into the world with a tiny cry. This is Baby Seven Billion. Today, 31 October 2011, is her birthday. This piece appeared in the Washington Times on 31 October, 2011. This day — the day that our planet becomes home to seven billion human beings — marks an important milestone. But is it …

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Welcome Baby Seven Billion!



Population Research Institute celebrates the birth of the World’s Seven Billionth Person.

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Global Monitor



A Conspiracy So Vast … The Misoprostol Conundrum Misoprostol is not just a problem in Latin America. [For more information on the Misoprostol crisis facing the pro-life movement, please visit our Latin American website, at http://www.lapop.org. Ed.] Virtually every abortion-minded international group has signed on to promote chemical abortion by means of Misoprostol. It is not just IPPF, Ipas, Ibis, Guttmacher, Marie Stopes and Gynuity but also the World Bank, World Health Organization, and the …

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News From Latin America: A Strategic Alliance With the Catholic Church? Pro-Abortion NGOs want the Catholic Church on their team.



When I received information concerning the upcoming Pastoral Meeting about Children and Adolescents at Risk, organized by the Latin American Episcopal Conference (CELAM), I decided to attend as a representative of the Commission of Life, Family and Childhood of the Peruvian Episcopal Conference. What made up my mind was the appearance on the program of speakers from UNICEF and the Pan-American Organization for Health (OPS), which is a member organization of the World Health Organization …

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April 13 — UNICEF and WHO Want a “Strategic Alliance” with the Church, But Refuse to Renounce Their Pro-Abortion Agenda



13 April 2009 — Vol. 11/No. 11 When I received information about the upcoming “Pastoral Meeting about Children and Adolescents at Risk,” organized by the Latin American Bishop’s Conferences (CELAM), I decided to attend as a representative of the Commission of Life, Family and Childhood of the Peruvian Episcopal Conference. What made up my mind was the appearance on the program of speakers from UNICEF and the Pan-American Organization for Health (OPS), which is a …

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Part 4: Out of Africa: The Case of Nigeria



Note: The following is excerpted from Steven Mosher’s book, Population Control—Real Costs, Illusory Benefits. The combination of bribes, threats, and blandishments used to induce governments in the developing world to address their “population problem,” or at least to allow foreign-funded groups to operate freely within their borders for the same purpose, defies simple description or generalization. In some cases the population control proposals are relatively straightforward, as in 2000 when the UNFPA offered the government …

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