Posts Tagged ‘Pregnancy’

Forced sterilisation of India’s poor

May 2, 2012
Pregnancy 21 weeks

Pregnancy 21 weeks (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

UK aid helps to fund forced sterilisation of India’s poor | World news | The Observer

Money from the Department for International Development has helped pay for a controversial programme that has led to miscarriages and even deaths after botched operations

Tens of millions of pounds of UK aid money have been spent on a programme that has forcibly sterilised Indian women and men, the Observer has learned. Many have died as a result of botched operations, while others have been left bleeding and in agony. A number of pregnant women selected for sterilisation suffered miscarriages and lost their babies.

The UK agreed to give India £166m to fund the programme, despite allegations that the money would be used to sterilise the poor in an attempt to curb the country’s burgeoning population of 1.2 billion people.

Sterilisation has been mired in controversy for years. With officials and doctors paid a bonus for every operation, poor and little-educated men and women in rural areas are routinely rounded up and sterilised without having a chance to object. Activists say some are told they are going to health camps for operations that will improve their general wellbeing and only discover the truth after going under the knife.

Where is the “choice” in that?! Here is a very real “war on women”, and the feminists who claim to be defenders of women are stone cold silent on (1) this forced sterilization, (2) the brutal treatment of women with second pregnancies in China or even first pregnancies without a permit, and (3) the treatment of women in some Muslim-majority countries.

In Honduras everybody knows that doctors are sterilizing women who give birth in state hospitals, even on whim, while they are unconscious and anesthetized, and many are finding out afterwards.

In one rare uncensored story, Univision reported a few years agone that Peru‘s hospital directors were fighting back against state-imposed quotas for sterilizations.

Like the old folk song said, you might be thinking it’s the war on poverty with a new tactic: Eliminate poverty by eliminating the poor…..


Adoption is a win-win-win for mother, baby and loving parents

March 18, 2012
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If you know a  young woman (or not so young) considering induced abortion, let her know she can put the baby up for adoption to one of the thousands of couples on waiting lists and so still have “her” life, and bless the baby and bless two loving parents who would like to have a child, and avoid the emotional wounds and pain and regrets and the increased health risks for an artificially induced termination:

Tell Stan to have ready this for the co-worker to pass on to this niece in case of remorse, which happens frequently:

It is a web site put up by women and for the tens of thousands of women who repented of their abortions, and plead with those considering induced abortion to reconsider for their own sake, as well as for the sake of the baby in the womb.

The web site links to the horrifying experience of Julia Holcomb, who was coerced into a saline abortion at 17, result of a dalliance with the Aerosmith lead singer.

If the champions of “choice” and “women’s reproductive rights” and “sexploitation” would demand an end to the force abortions in China and would work harder to expose the cases of heavy-hand of male pressure on women to terminate their babies’ growth inside, they would leave themselves less exposed to the obvious charge of hypocrisy and false flag ideology. They assault women’s rights every time.

Pictures of babies in the womb here (a rose by any other name):

The baby has a heartbeat at only 18 days from conception.

The feminist case against abortion:


More, four stories that represent tens of thousands of others across the country, just among pro-life activists, who are adoptees that were conceived in a rape:

One is Laura Tedder, whose biological mother made several attempts to abort her and who suffered from birth as a result from a form of cancer that lost her one eye, plus a number of surgeries and treatments. The birth mother dropped her off at two days old at her brother’s house, who adopted her, and she said this:

When Laura was able to speak with her birth mother years later, she told her, “I’m just calling to thank you so much for giving me to your brother. What a wonderful life I’ve had! I just want to thank you so much for giving me life; God bless you!” Though Laura’s birth mother has repeatedly rejected her efforts at reconciliation, Laura said in her online testimony, “I have forgiven her and harbor no resentment. Any people in similar circumstances with a parent should let go of their resentment sooner so they can reconcile before it is too late.”

Nobody, absolutely nobody, has been able to tell me what is different about a baby that is two inches apart from point A to point B where killing it at point B is killing a baby and at point A it is a “choice”.


Open letters from women who have had abortions and want to encourage other women who are pregnant:

The link between abortion and breast cancer has been shown in several medical studies:

“MasterCare International an international group of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists was presented with the evidence of the link between abortion and breast cancer at its international conference in Rome in October 2004 by Dr Joel Brind’s research group.  The medical explanation and the epidemiological evidence convinced our  group that there is a significant increase in breast cancer risk after induced abortion, especially before the first full term pregnancy.  This evidence has been denied by the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) and other researchers.  Recently ten studies have been published in an attempt to discredit Brind’s conclusion.

“In turn Brind has examined these ten studies and in a peer reviewed paper published in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons (Vol 10, No 4, Winter 2005, <>) he  has shown that they have serious methodological weaknesses and flaws and therefore do not invalidate the conclusion that there is a increased risk of breast cancer.

“Women have a basic right to know of this increased risk of breast cancer and it is unacceptable that the information should be denied to them by the medical and cancer research  establishments. MaterCare International as an organization of women’s health specialists  recognizes its responsibilities in this matter and will do all it can to publish this evidence.”

Vaccines Didn’t Cure Polio After All?

March 9, 2012

Prison » VIDEO: Vaccines Didn’t Cure Polio After All?:

Where has all the polio gone?

Once upon a time I went to a presentation about AIDS, and the questions from people in the audience turned to the vaccines and the dictatorial policies that go with them.

One lady told her experience with her baby that the same evening after her doctor had given her baby a shot, the baby began crying in crescendo until he was screaming at more volume than she thought possible, screeching with fits of pain, until she finally called her pediatrician and he said bring him in.

The doctor treated him but then said he had other patients that called him with similar reactions to the vaccine, and that he was going to call the pharmaceutical company to inform them that they had shipped out a bad batch.

He said the day after he called, federal marshals came to his office, shut down his office, shackled his doors, and told him he was under investigation!

Now that was one lady’s testimony, but as irate as she was it should not be hard to find others who have gone through similar ordeals:

A memorial web site for victims of vaccines:

Add one to them from me: I met a man once who had been hit by polio from a vaccine his mother took, and had to use wheelchairs his whole life.

Of course I think nowadays they tell doctors and mothers to avoid vaccinating pregnant women, but this was from the 1950s or 1960s.

These are just two incidents that I know of personally. Then there are those who talk about Gulf War Syndrome. Anthrax scares.

If the vaccines were so great, then why are they saying that those who go without them are a danger to those who do have such “protection”?

One more note. I had chicken pox and measles growing up, and I think whooping cough, and it wasn’t so bad. We should consider the possibility that shooting up billions of people with cultures grown in monkey blood, according to so many people who have been victims of vaccinations, just might be a bigger risk to public health.


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White House claim that 98% of Catholic women use contraception a ‘damned lie’: Lutheran author

February 18, 2012

White House claim that 98% of Catholic women use contraception a ‘damned lie’: Lutheran author |

Never mind that the statistic is irrelevant to an individual’s right to religious freedom and his right to be free of dictatorship anyway.

Hemingway cites an analysis by writer Lydia McGrew, who observes that the study was designed to measure contraceptive use exclusively among women who would have some reason to use contraception.

Because of this, it included only women of child-bearing age, and excluded those who were celibate, pregnant, post-partum, or trying to get pregnant.

McGrew points out that unmarried Catholic women who are faithful to the Church’s teachings are disproportionately more likely to be celibate, and married Catholic women faithful to the Church’s teachings are disproportionately more likely to be pregnant, post-partum, trying to get pregnant, or simply not trying to avoid pregnancy.

For those who are trying to paint a picture that Catholic women do not follow the teaching of their church on contraception, “these statistics are bogus,” she says.

However, she also points out, at the end of the day, the statistic is actually irrelevant.

“If a bunch of Quakers turn out to have gun licenses, employees of an expressly Quaker organization are not therefore entitled to have their fees paid to a shooting range or their ammo provided at no cost through an employer plan,” writes McGrew.

___ And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.