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The Pill Kills … Again



Over the transom comes a note from my good friend, Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, who tells me that we now know five different ways that “the Pill” kills women. The first four mechanisms by which the Pill kills have been known for some time.  The Pill (1) causes blood clots resulting in heart attacks, strokes and pulmonary embolisms, (2) increases susceptibility to lethal infections of HIV and HPV, (3) increases breast, cervical and liver cancers, and …

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Zuckerberg’s “Ministry of Truth”



In George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984, the fictional government’s “Ministry of Truth” was dedicated to spreading propaganda about the regime and its leaders. The censors who worked there, personified by the main character Winston, were constantly distorting reality to prop up the current party line. Mark Zuckerberg, who controls Facebook with its two billion users, is attempting something similar. Only this master of the hi-tech universe is not using human censors like Winston, but warehouses …

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When Population Control Becomes Genocide



Northern Myanmar—the country we used to call Burma—is the site of a brutal and ongoing ethnic cleansing campaign. It is well known that the Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic minority from the north-western Burmese state of Rakhine, are systematically persecuted and that large numbers are fleeing across the border to India. What is less well known is that they are also being subjected to a rigorous population control program designed to reduce the birth rate among …

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Ipas and UNFPA are Promoting Abortion in Rohingya Refugee Camps



The Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic group from north-western Myanmar, have long been considered among the world’s most persecuted minorities. In recent years, hostilities against Rohingya have increased markedly with Burmese security forces carrying out “area clearance operations” against Rohingya settlements. Widespread violence and arson on Rohingya communities has forced nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees to flee into neighboring Bangladesh and an additional 120,000 Rohingya to move into internally displaced person camps. Yet, within the refugee …

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Victims of Japan’s Former ‘Eugenics Protection Law’ Speak Out and Demand Compensation



Victims of forced sterilization under Japanese Government’s now defunct eugenics program may soon receive the justice that they have long been waiting for. On January 30, a woman from Miyagi, a prefecture in northern Japan, filed a lawsuit against the Japanese Government, seeking ¥11 million ($101,000 USD) in compensation for having been forcibly sterilized when she was only 15 years old. The woman, who has chosen not to disclose her name publicly, is now in …

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Parolin and the China Negotiations: First, Do No Harm



This article originally appeared in OnePeterFive Not long after I became Catholic in the early nineties, I traveled to China to learn more about the fate of my fellow believers under communism. They were divided into two opposing camps, or so I believed at the time, with some belonging to the state-controlled church – the so-called Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association – while others belonged to the Catholic Church in communion with Rome. Truth be told, …

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63 Million Women in India Are ‘Missing,’ More than 11 Million are ‘Missing’ Due to Sex-Selective Abortion



Millions of women have gone missing from India’s population due to persistent, deep-seated male bias and extreme son preference. According to a recent report from the Government of India, a staggering 63 million women are now missing from India’s population. The report estimates that nearly 2 million women are lost every year. The report further estimates that an additional 21 million girls are “unwanted” by their parents who would have preferred a boy instead. The …

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Senate Votes on 20-Week Abortion Ban



Updated Jan. 30, 2018 after the Senate failed to invoke cloture on the bill. The Senate last night failed to gather the necessary votes to proceed on bill that would have banned abortion from 20 weeks post-conception, a point in pregnancy which scientists have found the unborn child may experience pain. Last Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicated that the Senate would attempt a vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (S. 2311) …

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