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Ginsburg: Abortion restrictions target poor, the populations we don’t want too many of

Posted in Ginsburg with tags , , , , , , on February 13, 2015 by saynsumthn

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said , “I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

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When she made that statement in 2009 people were stunned.

It eventually made it into the powerful documentary on eugenics and the racism of abortion, Maafa21, because her statement proved that abortion was created to get rid of “certain” populations.

And now the good Justice has told us which populations those are – the poor !

Ruth Ginsburg and Bloomberg 2015 abortion

In an interview with Bloomberg’s Greg Stohr and Matthew Winkler, the radically pro-abortion Justice says that restricting abortion targets the poor – uh – the exact same people she once said abortion was created for.

Is that not ironic?

Ginsburg was asked if American women should be concerned about all the abortion restrictions across the county.

Ginsburg replied, “Women should be concerned because abortion restrictions in practical effect target poor women and poor women only.”

Poor women only – why- we don’t want poor women to not be able to get abortions, now do we?

Ginsburg pulled out the illegal abortion days when so-called “rich” women could jump from state to state to continue to obtain abortions.

She also wrongly presumed that abortions are “safe” today yet- women are dying in abortion clinics still. In fact, they are also being raped and maimed- but- then again, from a eugenics point of view, it’s only the poor ones dying from abortion now – so who cares, right?

Bloomberg Business Week calls Eugenic founded pro-abortion, Planned Parenthood employee, ‘typical of America’s Generation Y’

Posted in Abortion, Media Bias, Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 16, 2010 by saynsumthn

Please read the article below by Bloomberg and ask yourself- “Of all the companies Bloombreg could go to, why did they choose to interview a Planned Parenthood employee? Is this not legitimizing child killing and eugenics”

Bloomberg couldn’t find any more reputable person to highlight in a story on retirement?

Not only is this “employee” a worker for the nation’s top and most profitable abortion clinic: Planned Parenthood, Constance DeCherney is chair of the board of the New York Abortion Access Fund (NYAAF). Which advocates for abortion on demand and tax funded abortions ! VERY NICE !

Here is the article – what do you think?

Retirement: Gen Y’s Empty Piggy Bank
As fund managers try to woo younger workers, why are few paying attention? They’re overwhelmed by big debts and high unemployment
By Mark Scott
SPECIAL REPORT

Baby boomers fretting over their pensions should spare a thought for Constance DeCherney. Like many of her generation, the 27-year-old Web strategist at Planned Parenthood in New York has done little to prepare for retirement. While she became eligible for a 401(k) in 2005, DeCherney only began putting money into it last year. She now contributes 3 percent of her pay, though that’s just half of what Planned Parenthood will match, and DeCherney doesn’t know how the investments are performing. “Just the idea of [saving for retirement] feels overwhelming,” she says. “My fear of doing something wrong, or not doing enough, sort of paralyzes me.”

DeCherney is typical of America’s so-called Generation Y, the twentysomethings who have entered the workforce in the past 10 years. Read Rest ( AND PLEASE comment here)

(Scott is a correspondent in Bloomberg Businessweek’s London bureau. With Suzanne Woolley, Chris Prentice, Moira Herbst, and Matt Robinson.)

Hey Bloomberg– it is nice that this Planned Parenthood employee has a 401K unlike many Americans whose Tax dollars go to fund Planned Parenthood to the tune of 1 million dollars a day. How wonderful you could highlight that workers of Planned Parenthood get treated so well, on the blood of babies and with their history of racist eugenics ! Hey Bloomberg- why not interview the KKK next to inquire how they will be able to financially retire? Huh?

In case you did not know this- Margaret Sanger the founder of Planned Parenthood was part of the racist Eugenics Society. In fact, she gave a racist speech to the KLAN so moving that she received a dozen more invitations to speak with the KKK. Planned Parenthood kills unborn children for hire and they place their abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods in alliance with their very eugenic foundations ( Watch Maafa21 )

Buffett Billions Padding “Charitable” Abortion Advocacy

Posted in Abortion, Bill Gates, Eugenics, Hispanic, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Warren Buffet, Warren Buffit with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on July 9, 2010 by saynsumthn

By Peter J. Smith

OMAHA, Nebraska, July 8, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – For the last number of years American billionaire Warren Buffett, 79, has gradually been giving away his estimated $47 billion fortune – and much of it is going to support the work of abortion activists worldwide.

The Bloomberg news agency reports that Buffett’s annual gift this year to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – which supports population control efforts around the globe – was figured at $1.6 billion in Class B stock of Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett’s Omaha-based company. The amount is a 28 percent increase from last year, due to the fact that the value of Buffett’s Berkshire holdings have improved overall while the rest of the economy has tanked. Berkshire’s stock value rose 35 percent on the New York Stock Exchange over the past twelve months, and Berkshire profits rose 61 percent in 2009.

In 2006, Buffett endowed the Gates Foundation with 10 million Berkshire Class B shares, valued at approximately $37 billion dollars. Buffett’s 2010 donation constitutes part of the annual installment plan of 5 percent of pledged stocks to the foundation’s trust fund. The stock gives the Gates Foundation a steady source of income (the pay-out target over the coming decade is $3 billion a year) from which it can fund various other charities – which have included population control groups such as Planned Parenthood and others.

Just last month, the Gates Foundation announced they would be investing $1.5 billion in the cause of maternal health over the next 5 years – with a special emphasis on spreading “family planning” in the third world.

Bloomberg reports that other abortion advocacy groups also received tens of millions for their work promoting abortion at home and abroad through the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, a charity Buffet set up in honor of his first wife, who died in 2005. That foundation distributed more than $2 million to the Abortion Access Project Inc., over $2 million to Catholics for Choice, a group dedicated to undermining the Catholic Church’s teaching on the sanctity of life, and more than $40 million to Ipas, a group that promotes the expansion of legal abortion in Latin and Central America, and in third world countries.

In fact, Ipas was implicated in 2007 as a participant in the alleged cover-up of the rape of a nine-year-old young girl named “Rosita,” by her step-father. Marta Maria Blandon, then Ipas Director for Central America, was accused of helping Francisco Fletes flee Costa Rica with his wife and “Rosita” in 2003, knowing full well that the Fletes was a suspect in the investigation. However, Blandon’s priority and that of her accomplices in the international abortion movement, was using the nine-year old’s pregnancy as a “hard case” by which they could undermine the region’s pro-life laws.

Ipas also intervened in the battle over legalizing abortion in Mexico City with false statistics, claiming that 1527 women had died from complications due to illegal abortions between the years 1990 and 2005. However pro-life advocates pointed out that the health department’s own statistics, as well as those of other agencies, contradicted that number.

Bloomberg reports that Buffett intends to give away 99 percent of his personal fortune before his death. He has pledged 85 percent of his holdings in Berkshire to the Gates Foundation, the Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation, the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, the Sherwood Foundation and the NoVo Foundation.

ALSO READ: Giving Pledge: Warren Buffet joins Bill and Melinda Gates and elites in secret meeting to Increase Giving to “Eugenic” Causes?

Skepticism on Swine Flu’s Danger Limits European Vaccine Demand

Posted in Flu Shot, H1N1, Swine Flu, Vaccinations with tags , , , , , , , on December 9, 2009 by saynsumthn

From Bloomberg

By Andrea Gerlin

Dec. 8 (Bloomberg) — Fewer Europeans are getting pandemic flu vaccine than typically get seasonal flu shots, as safety concerns and lower-than-expected death rates have damped demand.

The U.K., Ireland, Italy, Germany and France have vaccinated less than 10 percent of their populations, compared with 20 percent in Europe in a typical flu season. As a result, a fraction of the European Union’s 500 million people will be protected against the pandemic virus by early next year.

Public concerns that the vaccines made by GlaxoSmithKline Plc, Novartis AG and Baxter International Inc. may cause serious side effects have kept some Europeans on the sidelines since governments began vaccinating residents for free in October. That means Europe may donate more doses to poorer countries or experience a surge in hospital admissions if the virus mutates.

“If it’s not in the news anymore and if people don’t experience a lot of severe cases, to them it’s just a flu and not a pandemic flu in a way,” said Christian Ruef, professor of infectious disease and director of infection control at University Hospital Zurich. “The term pandemic to them is probably associated with more serious disease.”

The number of deaths is lower than what was predicted in worst-case scenarios after the virus first struck, Ruef said. Perceptions that the virus is mild may be hampering vaccination, he said.

The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases said on Nov. 23 that it was concerned about “mixed levels of uptake” and opposition from anti-vaccine activists challenging the safety of and need for the shot. The vaccines made by London-based Glaxo, Basel, Switzerland-based Novartis and Deerfield, Illinois-based Baxter were approved for use by the European Medicines Agency.

Unpredictable Virus

“No one should reject a safe and effective vaccine when we are dealing with an unpredictable virus capable of killing children and young adults in their prime,” said Javier Garau, president of the Basel-based European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.

More than 8,768 people worldwide have died from swine flu since it was first identified in Mexico and the U.S. in April, the Geneva-based World Health Organization said on Dec. 4. More than 850 deaths have been reported in Europe since April, according to the Stockholm-based European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. As many as 500,000 people globally die of seasonal flu each year, according to the WHO.

Officials expect the virus to be prevalent again in 2010. The WHO in September decided to include swine flu in the vaccine for seasonal influenza in the next Southern Hemisphere flu season, meaning the agency believes it’s the most likely H1N1 strain to be circulating.

Polish Negotiations

Poland hasn’t used any vaccine so far, the country’s health ministry said.

We’ve been negotiating with producers for at least a month now because we want them to guarantee the vaccine’s safe and take responsibility for any unwanted side effects, and that’s something they don’t want to do,” said Piotr Olechno, a Polish Health Ministry spokesman. The government is in talks with five companies, Olechno said. He declined to name them.

The U.K. has shipped 10 million doses of swine flu vaccine to family doctors, who have inoculated about 1.6 million of the 9.3 million people in risk groups, England’s Chief Medical Officer Liam Donaldson said Dec. 3. That’s less than 2 percent of the country’s entire population of about 60 million.

Washing Hands

To reduce the risk of catching swine flu, Emma Murphy is washing her and her toddler’s hands more often, avoiding people with colds and stocking up on honey and lemon. She and her 17- month-old son won’t get immunized.

They put the vaccine out so quickly that I wouldn’t feel secure in giving it to him,” said Murphy, 29, a human resources assistant and student in Manchester, England, in an interview. “We’re being scared into making the decision by people saying children are dying.”

Italy had immunized 494,915 people out of about 60 million who live there as of Nov. 22, according to a Dec. 2 Health Ministry press release. France, where two patients died from a mutated version of the H1N1 virus that causes swine flu, has given pandemic shots to about 1.3 million people since Oct. 20, Health Minister Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin said on Dec. 3. The French government has ordered 94 million doses of vaccine for the country’s 63 million people.

Hard Decision

Parisian Simone Cartier said she “agonized” over whether to have her daughters, ages 2 and 5, immunized against swine flu. She doesn’t know anyone who has had the illness. After reading about the vaccine, she became concerned that it was produced too quickly and contains an adjuvant, an ingredient that boosts the immune system’s response. She then spoke to her doctor and changed her mind. Two weeks ago, she waited three hours in a school gym to get Glaxo’s Pandemrix shot for herself and her daughters.

“The night before going I thought: Am I going to inject my children with this poison or in 20 years am I going to be in front of a judge with kids who are sick?” said Cartier, 35, who works in book production. “Five minutes before leaving, I wanted to turn around. I try not to think about it.”

In Ireland, more than 150,000 people in risk groups — pregnant women and people with underlying illnesses — had been vaccinated as of Nov. 25, Gerry Mulligan of the Health Service Executive said. The country has had lower-than-expected uptake among children under 5 since it began vaccinating them in mid- November, Mulligan said. Ireland started vaccinating schoolchildren on Nov. 30, he said.

In the German federal state of Thuringia, 150,000 of 2.3 million residents have been immunized since Nov. 9, according to Thuringia’s health department.

Bright Spot

Declining swine flu rates in some countries also may deter people from getting the vaccine. England reported the fourth consecutive weekly drop in new swine flu cases on Dec. 3. Visits to U.S. doctors for influenza-like illness fell to the lowest level in three months, the government said on Dec. 4.

One bright spot in Europe’s pandemic immunization effort is Scandinavia. A third of Sweden’s 9.2 million people are estimated to have gotten the swine flu shot as of Nov. 20, according to the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions. About 3.3 million doses of vaccine had been delivered to Sweden as of Nov. 20 and demand has outpaced supply.

“Everybody in my family got the shot,” said Jenny Mattisson, 36, a mother of three who lives in a suburb of Stockholm and usually doesn’t get a seasonal flu shot. “Our daughter is in a risk group so we wanted to try to minimize the chance of her getting sick, but I would have taken it anyway. I think it’s a good idea to get the vaccine; it helps slow it from spreading.”

Norway, U.S. Demand

Norway, where mutations in the H1N1 virus have been detected among two patients who died of the flu and one who was severely ill, had vaccinated all 1.2 million people in its risk groups as of Nov. 24, almost 25 percent of its total population, said Bjoerne-Inge Larsen, director general of Norway’s Directorate of Health. Finland has immunized about 1 million people, or 19 percent of its population, the government said on Nov. 26.

In the U.S., demand for the vaccine has been strong, with quick uptake of doses as they become available and waiting times at many providers, said Joseph Quimby, a spokesman for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in an interview on Dec. 4. Doctors had administered about 20 million shots by mid- November. Health officials plan to release updated estimates of inoculations in the next few weeks, Quimby said.

There were 73 million vaccine doses available for distribution by the end of last week and an additional 10 million doses arriving this week, CDC director Thomas Frieden said in a press conference Dec. 4. Some states are beginning to offer the shots to a wider audience, after initial supplies were focused on protecting pregnant women, children and adults with chronic health conditions.