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Topics: Maternal Mortality

Reproductive Health Mortality



Population controllers are constantly talking about “reproductive health,” and their burning desire to reduce maternal mortality worldwide. This is the excuse that they use for pushing contraception, legalized abortion, and sterilization on developing countries all over the world. However, this is simply a ploy to make their real purpose more palatable: controlling the world’s “booming” population. Those Who Suffer Babies and children are not the only ones who suffer from this misguided mission. Mothers and …

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Reproductive Health Mortality



12 November 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 42 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MORTALITY Population controllers are constantly talking about "reproductive health," and their burning desire to reduce maternal mortality worldwide.  This is the excuse that they use for pushing contraception, legalized abortion, and sterilization on developing countries all over the world.  However, this is simply a ploy to make their real purpose more palatable: controlling the world’s "booming" population. Babies and children are not the only ones …

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From the Countries



Foreign Minister Wants to Fund Abortion The question of supporting abortion services in other countries, particularly Third World countries, is not a moral concern only here in the U.S. Australian taxpayers are also under pressure to fund baby-killing around the world. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Australia’s Foreign Minister Alexander Downer has asked that the government’s ban on funding for abortion services in other countries be reviewed. No doubt part of this push is …

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Political Framing and the Pro-Life Mind



Every issue has its rhetoric — that’s the way human beings operate. After Roe v. Wade, the abortion debate was launched headlong into a bare-knuckle political struggle that has divided these United States in a way that only one other issue — slavery — ever has. Hiding Abortion in Words Unlike slavery, however, where those in favor of emancipation held the rhetorical upper hand, the pro-abortion movement has generally shown more terminological savvy. Here’s a …

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Political Framing and the Pro-Life Mind



4 June 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 20 Dear Colleague, No one takes the world just as it comes.  We need to explain the world to ourselves, and to others, and to do so we adopt a certain view of things, and a certain terminology.  As we use these terms to record and understand our experiences, they take on a life of their own, and begin to shape our values.  Nowhere is this more true–or …

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Kinder, Gentler Genocide in Mongolia



It is often useful to examine the front page of a major newspaper or home page of a website just to see what is being presented and how. Watching solely the front page of a major newspaper could, over time, tell you the most important biases and lies in which that newspaper engages. Similarly, watching the home page of major organization, one with a well-run website that tracks closely the propaganda desires of that organization’s …

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News from Latin America: After Colombia, Argentina? Exporting Abortion Around Latin America



Monica Roa, the American-funded lawyer who got a favorable decision for abortion in the Constitutional Court of Colombia, is showing she was not only interested in legalizing some “hard cases” for abortion in her country. How far she is planning to go? We are sure she is the legal face of a whole industry desiring abortion-on-demand, legalized and guaranteed as a human right by all Latin American countries. Roa has recently traveled to Argentina and …

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Kinder, Gentler Genocide in Mongolia



28 July, 2006     Vol. 8 / No. 29  Dear Colleague: The extinguishing of a people does not have to be done with troops or death camps.  Isn’t it genocide to indoctrinate into the contraceptive mentality the youth of a small nation with a low birthrate? Steven W. Mosher President Kinder, Gentler Genocide in Mongolia It is often useful to examine the front page of a major newspaper or home page of a website just to see …

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