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Melinda Gates admits some people believe Birth Control/Abortion is about Eugenic Population Control

Posted in Melinda Gates with tags , , , , , , on June 11, 2013 by saynsumthn

Note how much she worries about women who need BC in Africa????

How Population Control and Eugenics Targets Third World Nations

Posted in Abortion, Africa, African Countries, Black Babies, Black Genocide, Black History Month, Black Victims, Eugenics, Haiti, Maafa21, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, United Nations with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 11, 2011 by saynsumthn

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That clip is from the powerful documentary on black genocide called: Maafa21

Big Brother’s technology meets eugenics? Gene data for all ‘within a decade’

Posted in Big Brother, DNA with tags , , , , on June 25, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Genetic information will be available to most people in the developed world within 10 years, allowing better treatment and safer prescription of drugs.

Francis Collins, director of the US National Institutes of Health, believes mass genome sequencing of individuals would soon be possible at a cost of less than $1,000 per person (£670).

In an interview with The Times to mark the 10th anniversary of the sequencing of the human genome, he said bespoke genetic health care would identify those with a higher inherited risk of conditions such as heart disease, diabetes or cancer and reduce the diseases though drug treatment, early screening or diet and exercise.

Dr Collins told the newspaper: “Certainly within ten years I will be very surprised and very disappointed if most people in the developed world will not have their genomes sequenced as part of their medical record, and I would hope it will come even sooner.”

“The cost of sequencing is dropping … and I can’t believe it won’t drop to less than $1,000 within five years. Will that become the moment when it becomes compelling to do it for everyone?”

“There would be no need to take more blood samples; it’s just a click of your mouse to know whether that drug dose ought to be adjusted, or whether there’s a risk of a nasty side effect.”

It comes after The Sunday Telegraph revealed that geneticists believe malfunctioning genes behind major diseases, including cancer, heart disease and diabetes, can provide clues that will help pinpoint the causes.

Kenyan Legislature Approves Pro-Abortion Constitution: WCF Offers Full Support to Forces Opposed to Ratification

Posted in Abortion, Kenya with tags , , , , , on April 5, 2010 by saynsumthn

MEDIA ADVISORY, April 5 /Christian Newswire/ — The World Congress of Families sadly notes that, without actually voting on the plank, late last week, the Kenyan Parliament approved the draft of a new Constitution which hypocritically affirms a right to life while simultaneously denying the application of that right.
As WCF Communications Director Don Feder notes: “On the one hand, Section 26 states that every person has a right to life, and that life begins at conception. However, this is totally negated by the next section, which allows abortion when, in the ‘opinion of a trained health professional (not necessarily a physician), there is need for emergency treatment, or the life or health of the mother is in danger, or if permitted by any other written law.'”

Feder continued: “An exception to a ban on abortion for the ‘health of the mother’ is virtually abortion-on-demand. You can always find an obliging ‘health professional’ — including mental-health workers — who will certify that any condition would endanger a woman’s health unless a pregnancy is terminated.”

As the World Congress of Families U.N. Representative E. Douglas Clark notes in his commentary (“Kenya: An Historic Moment”), “abortion does not protect mothers’ health, but puts it in greater jeopardy.”

Clark quotes Dr. Byron C. Calhoun, MD, professor and vice-chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at West Virginia University at Charleston and speaker at WCF V (Click Here for His Speech: How Biotechnology and Ethics Affects the Family):

“The real issue regarding maternal mortality in Africa and other developing countries in maternity care rests in the lack of trained and skilled birth attendants with access to emergency or higher levels of care. Reproductive rights (translated abortions) is not safe, actually has higher rates of maternal mortality when compared by appropriate gestational age controls, is associated with increased risk for breast cancer (in first pregnancies ending in elective abortion), is associated with increased risk for preterm birth by 30-60%, is associated to increased risk for death by all causes, and is associated with significantly increased risk for psychological damage (including suicide and major depression).”
Theresa Okafor, a director of the Foundation for African Cultural Heritage and organizer of the 2009 World Congress of Families Dialogue of Civilizations in Abuja, Nigeria, said Africans emphatically reject the “conspiracy to strip Africa of its cherished values by international organizations like Planned Parenthood and the United Nations.”

Okafor calls the push for access to abortion by Western nations and aide-givers a new imperialism: “It just doesn’t seem right that the ‘reproductive rights movement,’ which historically has trampled on the rights of developing countries, should continue to manipulate facts by insinuating that maternal death in any African country is due to ‘unsafe abortion.'” Okafor charges that the myth of maternal mortality due to “unsafe abortion”, “uncovers an attempt to promote an imperialistic agenda and to strip Africa of its core traditional value, namely, respect for every life — born and unborn.”

The draft Constitution must now be approved by popular vote, in a July plebiscite. World Congress of Families pledges to support pro-life forces in Kenya in opposing this Pandora’s box of abortion rights.

For more information on the World Congress of Families, please visit http://www.worldcongress.org. To schedule an interview with a WCF spokesman, contact Carol at 815-964-5819 or carol@profam.org.

The World Congress of Families (WCF) is an international network of pro-family organizations, scholars, leaders and people of goodwill from more than 60 countries that seek to restore the natural family as the fundamental social unit and the ‘seedbed’ of civil society (as found in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948). The WCF was founded in 1997 by Allan Carlson and is a project of The Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society in Rockford, Illinois (www.profam.org). To date, there have been five World Congresses of Families — Prague (1997), Geneva (1999), Mexico City (2004) and Warsaw, Poland (2007). The fifth World Congress of Families was held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 10-12, 2009 (www.worldcongress.nl and http://www.worldcongress.org).