UN Still Blanketing Ravaged Haiti with Condoms

By James Tillman and Kathleen Gilbert

PORT-AU-PRINCE, April 27, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A document obtained by LifeSiteNews.com that carries the logos of the UNFPA, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), and UNAIDS, calls on the camp managers in earthquake ravaged Haiti to be careful to ensure a supply of free condoms to the Haitians whose homes were destroyed by the January Earthquake.

One of the access points that the document directs displacement site managers to is “the PROMESS warehouse in Port au Prince.” LifeSiteNews.com (LSN) had reported shortly after the earthquake that, according to an inside source in Haiti, an enormous supply of condoms was taking up as much as 70% of the floor space in that warehouse and was preventing medical supplies from being unloaded, sorted, and distributed.

“All humanitarian actors should ensure that condoms are available to the affected populations,” state the recent instructions, which were attached in email sent to Haiti’s Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster dated April 23.

The instructions go on to calculate the needed number of condoms: the population is multiplied by the percentage of sexually active males (20% of population) who are expected to use condoms (26% of sexually active males) at a presumed rate of 20 times per month, with additional condoms accounted for wastage and loss.

UNFPA and UNAIDS, the document indicates, will also expend resources to organize training for all camp managers and community leaders “on correct and consistent usage and disposal of condoms,” as well as HIV awareness. “Condoms should be distributed with information and education and managers should liaise with community members on appropriate distribution points and methods,” the note continues. “Information leaflets and posters about condom use will also be provided.”

The document says that it is is applying “Sphere standards,” which are meant to help define “minimum standards in disaster response.” While ostensibly based on the belief that “those affected by disaster have a right to life with dignity and therefore a right to assistance,” the Sphere Handbook call for the “subsequent integration of comprehensive RH [reproductive health] services into primary health care” after a disaster. “Comprehensive reproductive health services” is a common euphemism that includes contraception and abortion.

The language of the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) guidelines, which are also mentioned in the document, is similar. The IASC calls on agencies to distribute “male condoms and, where appropriate, female condoms free of charge in a wide range of places – clinics and health centres, bars, brothels, community centres and other settings where people, including young people, meet socially.” “Male and female condoms are essential items in emergency relief supplies,” according to IASC.

The UNFPA did not respond to LSN’s request to confirm the source of the document as of press time.

“This is what the UNFPA always does,” Stephen Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), told LifeSiteNews.com Tuesday afternoon, in reference to the condom distribution scheme.

Mosher pointed to a PRI investigation of Kosovo refugee camps during the Kosovo Conflict, which found the UNFPA’s population control priorities in full force. “The UNFPA Doctor there was more than happy to tell us that he was aborting as many babies conceived in the refugee camps as he could,” said Mosher, “because, after all, as he said, ‘they’re refugees’ – emphatically, ‘they can’t have babies.'”

If the UNFPA was genuinely concerned about stemming the tide of HIV/AIDS, he said, they would focus efforts on HIV testing, rather than promoting sexual licentiousness with faulty protection.

“The UNFPA sees all conceptions in war-torn or refugee-strewn or earthquake-affected countries as illegitimate. … These people are dependents, and they shouldn’t have children at all,” he said.
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From my previous posts:

According to a Jan 16, 2010 Ft Lauderdale Sun Sentinel Article, Former abortion clinic owner and population control pusher, Joyce Tarnow ( who now runs an anti-immigration organization) had this to say regarding bringing suffering people from Haiti who endured the tragic earthquake, to the United States,

Tent cities in Haiti,” said Joyce Tarnow, who now heads Floridians for Sustainable Population, an anti-immigration group. “Give them all the help they need, but don’t bring them to this country.”

The Sun Sentinel further describes Ms. Tarnow, as someone who – who moved to North Florida from Pompano Beach because of overcrowding, is opposed to any temporary relief measures.

We have to enforce our borders,” she said. “There’s nothing more permanent than a temporary visa.”
In the film Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America, Florida Abortion Clinic owner, Joyce Tarnow makes some stunning comments on population control. Among those statements are disturbing comments regarding Haiti, which she made to a local Florida newspaper.

In a July 15,2004 News Times article , they quote former abortionist Joyce Tarnow as saying:

America “can’t take all the people in the world,” “We need to help nations that can subsist and let others wither on the vine.”

And how about this sensitive approach to countries like Haiti, which, she says, “has denuded the whole land“? “Stew in your own juices,“.

This is the way these pro-abortion people feel about people of “color” in my view. Just like recent comments by Harry Reid, it is time African Americans and minorities wake up and see how these supposed liberal progressives view them.

In the interview below of Tarnow from Maafa21, she quotes population control author, Paul Ehrlich who co-authored books with Obama’s Science Czar, John P. Holdren. Tarnow clearly advocates Darwin’s “Survival of the fittest” and says that the US should not help those nations who “cannot help themselves.”

Watch Tarnow Interview at .20 seconds into this:

Is abortion clinic owner, Joyce Tarnow’s wish coming true after the Haiti Earthquake?

In the same News Times article Joyce Tarnow reveals her true motives:

Fertility is an environmental issue,” she says. “That’s why I try to get as many people sterilized as are in my way!”

Tarnow, is the former owner of the Women’s Clinic in Fort Lauderdale, Florida: which performed approx 800 to 900 abortions per year, with many clients being low income of Haiitian. Tarnow was a proud member of the National Abortion Federation.

Tarnow works tirelessly to make sure that the ones she didn’t get through abortion are NEVER allowed into this country through immigration. She is president of the anti-immigration group: Floridians for a Sustainable Population.

She is also listed on the anti-immigration group FAIR as one of their “local contacts” . FAIR stands for the Federation for American Immigration Reform and they are run by former “Zero Population Growth” and “Planned Parenthood” members.

A group which opposes Tarnow states that, “To pursue this agenda, Ms. Tarnow founded and leads the fringe population control group called Floridians for a Sustainable Population. A close reading of the group’s Web site reveals more of their agenda: they call for limiting families to two children; cutting benefits for newborns; higher taxes on families; severe restrictions on legal immigration; and more. “

Get the film – Maafa21 and watch it in full and see how the rest of the abortion industry views minorities:

Also Read:
Planned Parenthood eyes Haiti

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