Abortion — Deadly Politics
Abortions are dangerously deadly (not only to women) because abortion
rights are being promoted through deadly politics
Aside from the first version of the home page of Fathers for Life (link
to last version of that page — it is no longer
being updated), the Abortion web page was the very first one posted at the website of Fathers for
Life. The subject of this page was the spark that gave our website its
name in 1994, but the name of our website has a deeper meaning as well.
A real father not only opposes abortion but is a father for as long as he
lives. He is a father for life — and beyond.
The subject matter discussed in this web page still is what
it was in 1994, but as the material presented and discussed here is of vital
importance to the survival of humanity, more and more material has been
added over the years and is still being added to this page, although most
new information and articles on the issue of abortion are now being posted
at the blog dads & things, in the
Archive for the
Abortion Category (as of 2009 01 25, that archive contained 33 additional
articles on abortion, such as the last of them,
Obama legalizes funding of abortions abroad, 2009 01 24, OneNews.com)
Abortion is deadly domestic violence, too, but abortionists, abortion advocates and other people such as feminists that promote the "pro-choice" option, don't look at it that way, even though that form of violence claims about 55 millions lives in the world each year. When a woman has her unborn child killed, it is her choice, her right, not a crime.
Given the choice, many people will voluntarily choose to prevent conception. Given a choice, most people will choose not to conceive children and to live in comfort rather than to make the sacrifices required of them to raise the next generation of citizens that will ease their parents' golden years.
Nobody asks the unborn child whether it wants to live or die. To make that possible and palatable, the courts declared unborn children to be non-human. Since that time, in the 1960s and 1970s in the developed nations, at least 1.2 billion unborn children have been deliberately killed. Yet, there is no reasonable justification for the slaughter of human lives on such an abominably large scale, as the world is perfectly capable to accommodate all children conceived without
limiting their number through their whole-sale slaughter. Our world could feed 50 billion people,
not that there is the hope of a snowball in Hell that we will even maintain the population level of 6 billion people we presently have, not even if abortions were to be outlawed.
Why stop with the killing of unborn children? Why not declare a whole race non-human. Oh, excuse me, that has already been done in the not-too-distant past. All right then, why not declare something far more obvious to be non-human, one half of humanity, the male sex? Believe it or not,
some feminists advocate that, too. That makes sense.
Legally there is no longer any compunction about killing unborn children. Increasingly, permission is granted to women to kill children of increasing age. We call young children whom we permitted to be born infants and the act of killing them "infanticide". That is such a nice euphemism, so much better than "child murder". However, that applies
only when women commit child murder. For men there is no excuse of infanticide, no such category of crime. Increasingly "infants" as old as five years
are being killed with impunity, not infants at all by anyone's stretch of the imagination except that of the judges that increasingly condone having women kill ever older children. It follows that the progression will lead to a situation where there is no longer any limit at all to how old people must be and which sex they must belong to whom women — and eventually anyone — can kill with impunity. Therefore the call for legalizing "assisted suicide" and "euthanasia", the latter having been legalized once before in the not-too-distant past, leading to the extermination of what some say totaled 12 million people, almost half of them Jews.
However, those things are being discussed in other sections of this website. Let's concentrate in this page on the circumstances and consequences of abortion. That is not so difficult a subject. After all,
aren't the victims of abortion rights non-human?
There is something truly odd about the discussion of abortion rights. The discussion is a bit one-sided. All of the participants in the debate are alive, and the interested parties whose lives depend on the outcome of the debate are all absent — either dead or about to be killed.
Isn't life remarkable? The photo shown below is of a child in about the 11th week of development.
The link below will take you to graphic descriptions and photos of the abortion holocaust and of the Nazi holocaust.
You may draw your own conclusion as to what the differences are between the two.
Check what life like that on the left looks like
after it has been destroyed.
Chronological Photo Index of first trimester aborted babies as well as photographs of
See stunning photographs of the development of the unborn child, by the Swedish photographer
Unborn babies 'smile' for the camera
New scan techniques suggest range of emotions in womb
The Dead-Baby Industry
Secrets of the Dead-Baby Industry
Aborted fetuses are being dissected alive, harvested and sold in pieces to fuel a vast research enterprise
by Celeste McGovern, Alberta Report, Aug. 23, 1999
Yes, that is no mistake! That is what happens with the results of abortions. They provide material for a thriving trade in body parts derived from unborn children ripped from their mothers' wombs. If you think that sounds bad,
read the article! Here are a couple of excerpts:
The doctor walked into the lab and set a steel pan on the table. "Got you some good specimens," he said. "Twins." The technician looked down at a pair of perfectly formed 24-week-old fetuses moving and gasping for air. Except for a few nicks from the surgical tongs that had pulled them out, they seemed uninjured. "There's something wrong here," the technician stammered. "They are moving. I don't do this. That's not in my contract." She watched the doctor take a bottle of sterile water and fill the pan until the water ran up over the babies' mouths and noses. Then she left the room. "I would not watch those fetuses moving," she recalls. "That's when I decided it was wrong.". . . .
Routinely, the women would go into labour before the final surgery. "They [the children] were coming out alive," says Kelly. Aside from the incident with the twins, she says, there were three to four live births in a typical two-week period. "The doctor would either break the neck or take a pair of tongs and basically beat the fetus until it was dead."
for Choice, by William Gairdner
....First, the abortionist inserts a forceps into the birth canal
and starts pulling the baby out by one leg. Then, with his hands, he
delivers "the torso, the shoulders, and the upper extremities,"
except for the head, which he intentionally leaves inside the
mother. At this point, without any anaesthetic, he pushes tips of "a
pair of blunt curved Metzenbaum scissors" into the back of the
baby's head, and "spreads the scissors to enlarge the opening."
Next, he inserts a suction device into the hole, and "evacuates the
skull contents;" that is, he sucks out the baby's brains, collapsing
that "skull", and pulls out the dead baby. One of the first nurses
to help Haskell do this, called the police. To no avail....
....Alas, we have not yet figured out that the welfare State has
a vested financial and managerial interest in the false concept that
human beings are only material things, and therefore in the
deliberate de-spiritualization of all human life. A $400 abortion is
simply cheaper than five years of social assistance for a pregnant
Clinics Use Tissue From Babies Killed in Abortions for Cosmetic
By Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com Editor, August 8, 2006
London, England (LifeNews.com) -- Women from around the world are
traveling to clinics in various locations that are now offering face
lifts and cosmetic surgery using tissue from babies who have been
killed by abortions....
To produce the treatments, clinics are using tissue from babies
killed in abortions from 6 to 12 weeks into pregnancy and stem cells
obtained from destroying human embryos to inject into a client's
face. The fetal cells then begin a supposed rejuvenation process
that makes the skin look younger.
To obtain the cells, women in underdeveloped nations are paid up to
$200 dollars to carry a baby up to the optimum eight to 12 week
period when the fetuses are “harvested” for their stem cells which
are then sold to exclusive cosmetic clinics. (Full
Women's right to their
"This Act would guarantee women are fully informed of all the risks before deciding to abort their baby."
- Abortion and Slavery, by William
...The key issue is said to be the conflict between the
rights of the individual woman, and the rights of the unborn
child. But that is to miss the point. The conflict is not
between the rights of two individuals, but between the expressed
right of the woman, and the higher right of the community to
defend the unexpressed right of an unborn citizen. In the
pregnant woman both these rights are physically and symbolically
resident in the same body....
...in simple economic terms the argument for abortion of the
non-person child is overwhelming. It is simply far cheaper to
abort than to spend public dollars on a single mother on
welfare. About $400 as compared to five years welfare
maintenance of a single mother at $10,000 per year....(Full
Winner of landmark '73 abortion case challenges ruling, wants 'justice' done,
By Art Moore, WorldNetDaily.com
Eradication of "fetuses" to improve women's health
|Monday December 11 2:28 PM ET
Gates Donates $8.8 Million to Improve Women's Health
LONDON (Reuters) - The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) said Monday it had received an $8.8 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The money, which will be spread over five years, will help the British-based IPPF improve reproductive health and family planning services for women in more than 180 countries around the world. "This grant will allow IPPF to translate the quality of care concept into reality," Dr. Carlos Huezo, the director of the IPPF Medical and Technical Unit, said in a statement.
"The benefits of this project will have an effect not only within the IPPF network, but well beyond," he added.
The founder of Microsoft and his wife have donated more than $20 billion to the foundation which is dedicated to improving people's lives by sharing advances in health.
Promoting abortions is the same as sharing advances in health?
That is odd. Is it not death that is being advanced and
shared? However, how is the health of women
— aside from that of nations
— being improved when abortions are
dangerous both to women's health and to the health and existence of
Abortion is four times deadlier to women than child birth is, but then, what does that matter? For the real victim, the aborted child, abortion is
absolutely deadly. The interested party, the real victim, is then no longer around to argue that point.
|2003 02 17
Abortion Is Four Times Deadlier Than Childbirth
New Studies Unmask High Maternal Death Rates From Abortion
David C. Reardon, Ph.D.
Abortion advocates, relying on inaccurate maternal death data in the United States, routinely claim that a woman's risk of dying from childbirth is six, ten, or even twelve times higher than the risk of death from abortion.
In contrast, abortion critics have long contended that the statistics relied upon for maternal mortality calculations have been distorted and that the broader claim that "abortion is many times safer than childbirth" completely ignores high rates of other physical and psychological complications associated with abortion. Now a recent, unimpeachable study of pregnancy-associated deaths in Finland has shown that the risk of dying within a year after an abortion is several times higher than the risk of dying after miscarriage or childbirth.
Abortion and Breast Cancer, By William Gairdner
The fact is that millions of unsuspecting abortion clients
all over the world are not being told that in 1981 the British
Journal of Cancer published a study by Malcom Pike showing a a
2.4-fold increase (240%) in the risk of breast cancer for women
under age 33 who had undergone induced abortion prior to a
Story — off-site)
Real Women of Canada
REALity, Volume XVIII Issue No.5 September/October 1999
FALSE ABORTION STATISTICS EXPOSED
By Isabelle Bégin
Independent Health Researcher
If you were one of the few billions of people around the
world who thought we could count on the World Health
Organization (WHO) for reliable statistics on abortion, brace
If all of the 1,026 deaths of women in 1995, as stated
by Statistics Canada, were abortion related, then the mortality
rate for legal abortion would be close to 1% (1,026 out of
106,458 abortions performed in Canada in 1995). That would make
legal abortion no less than 25 times more dangerous than illegal
abortion, which, "in developed countries such as the United
States or Canada, has an estimated mortality rate of 40 deaths
per 100,000 illegal abortions" (0.04%) (Morgentaler, Dr. Henry.
Abortion and Contraception, p. 130).
This is entirely possible....
....For example, in 1976, Morgentaler was charged by the
Quebec College of Physicians for not taking any patient history
or blood or urine tests, and for not examining the tissue after
removal; more recently, in 1998, he was found guilty of
negligence by the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia for allowing a
woman [to] leave the clinic, unattended, within 30 minutes of the
operation, even when she was complaining of pain and shakiness:
she drove off, fainted and swerved into oncoming traffic.
How many other abortion-related deaths happen but remain
10 Ways to "Legally" kill a Woman
'medically necessary' abortion in breast cancer cases.
In one study, while only 20 per cent of women who carried to term were still alive 20 years later, all of the patients who chose to abort had died within 11 years.
MEDICINE February 4, 2002. p. 51
It's as simple as ABCdeny, deny, deny
But doctors and the media are being forced to admit abortion probably causes breast cancer
by Joanne Byfield
....A 1995 study by pro-choice researcher Janet Daling went
farther, and identified specific high-risk groups: women under 18 or over 29 had a twofold increase in risk; women with a family history of breast cancer, an 80% increased risk; and teenagers with a family history who had abortions before they were 18 had an "incalculably higher risk." All 12 of the women in this last category of the study contracted breast cancer by age 45.... [Full
The heart of healing
The Report Newsmagazine, COVER STORY December 2, 2002
One of the most common sources of female depression has been a taboo subject
By Terry O'Neill
....It is estimated that 45% of women have had at least one abortion through their child-bearing years (see afterabortion.com); 10% to 13% of women report emotional distress immediately following abortions (a figure accepted even by pro-choicers); and when perhaps as many as 35% of women who have had an abortion admit to needing help to deal with the consequences of that procedure (according to Victoria psychiatrist Dr. Philip Ney)....
Deny, deny, deny
THE pro-choice movement discounts abortion-induced psychological problems as being inconsequential, or perhaps attributable to other underlying problems the woman may have carried into the abortion....
A death rate two to three times higher
EVEN pro-abortionists concede that upwards of 10% of women who undergo the procedure suffer some sort of long-term adverse psychological effect. Far more shocking is a recent finding that abortion may actually lead women to an early grave....The women did not die directly as a result of the abortion, but from suicide (154% higher risk), accidents (82%) and natural causes (44%). An October
National Catholic Register story also notes that a 1997 Finnish study found that women who had abortions were 76% more likely to die in the year after the procedure than were women who were not pregnant. "It also found that,
compared to women who carry to term, women who abort are 3.5 times more likely to die within a year."...
"A pregnant mother is told her unborn baby has lethal genetic defects. Her doctor persuades her to undergo a 'genetic termination.' This chilling euphemism often cloaks the birth of a live premature baby, which is then allowed to die. Welcome to Calgary's Foothills Hospital." (The article is no longer available online)
The Calgary Regional Health Authority had obtained a broad publication ban in the case. That ban is now lifted and there is another article dealing with the situation.
The next article goes into the extent of the cover-up and spin put on the situation. You judge for yourself.
BC Report - July 26, 1999
'Kill it to be safe'
Foothills Hospital nurses warn that genetic test procedures are unreliable
By Marnie Ko
However, there is another, more "humane" method of achieving the same goal, the death of the infant. This one
ensures that the death of the child occurs "before birth," in the late term of gestation, right up to the instance of birth:
Of course, if we are too squeamish to use a method that will ensure the death of the unborn child, or if an abortion at a "reasonable" time limit "failed" for instance, in the Foothills Hospital in Calgary, Alberta there are on average three instances of the latter per week or about a
150 per year then we are faced with what to do about the "mistake."
Why women's rights are wrong
By Vox Day, WorldNetDaily, 2005 08 08
Vox Day considers "women's rights to be a disease that should be eradicated," and discusses how and why the promotion of women's "rights" brought justified complaints by women as well as social and demographic calamities throughout the world.
- Canada's most prominent abortionist, Henry Morgentaler, philosophizes about
abortion as crime prevention.
After Abortion offers
Hope and Healing
for Victims of Abortion [Sorry, only for survivors of abortions, the
main victims of abortion can no longer be helped.
Springfield, IL -- The Elliot Institute for Social Sciences Research, a post-abortion research and education organization, has released a new publication on post-abortion healing especially designed for low-cost mass distribution. Hope and Healing is a 12-page newspaper supplement that is designed to bring a message of hope to those struggling with a past abortion. Those victims aren't just the mother who obtained and abortion (50% of mothers are beset with guilt feelings afterwards -- after all, no amount of rationalizing will remove the trauma of having taken a life), but also everyone who had a part in making the decision.
"Since 1973 at least 25 million [US] women have had one or more abortions," said Dr. David Reardon, Ph.D., Director of the Elliot Institute. "Millions of fathers, grandparents, and siblings also know about or were involved in an abortion decision. Many of these people carry around a lot of pain."
For more information, contact: Amy Sobie, (217) 525-8202,
by Warren Williams
(Warren Williams, a Christian Lay Counselor and member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, is founder of Fathers and Brothers in Boulder, Colorado, which specializes in ministry to men who have lost one or more children by abortion. Warren can be reached at Fathers and Brothers Ministries, 350 Broadway, Suite 40, Boulder, CO 80306, (303) 494-3282.)
Fathers become involved in an abortion in one of five ways: (1) they encourage or support the woman to choose abortion; (2) they pressure her to abort; (3) they abandon her to make the decision alone: (4) they unsuccessfully oppose the abortion; or (5) they learn about the abortion only after it has been done.
No matter how they were involved, most men will try to "stuff it away." They are embarrassed and ashamed. They seldom want to talk about it, even if they are experiencing a great sense of loss and pain.
The Demographics of Death, or
The Decline & Fall of the Human Empire
Counting Down, The New Scientist, October 2, 1999
latest revisions (2002) by the UN (by the United Nations Population Division) of their world population figures bear out the observations expressed in this page. They contain warnings about serious population decline by 2050 in most of the developed nations and even in 75% of the under-developed ones. Moreover, the UN estimates that the proportion of the world's elderly will nearly triple, increasing from 606 million in 2000 to nearly 1.9 billion by 2050. In more developed regions, the population aged 60 or over currently constitutes 19 per cent of the population; by 2050 it will account for 32 per cent of the population.
Counting Down provides a view of the projections of world-population levels that motivates the UN world-wide to call for policies which will bring about Zero-Population Growth and even Negative-Population Growth. However, just as the
Sorcerer's Apprentice found to his dismay, once demonic forces have been summoned it isn't that easy to put them to benevolent use or even to get rid of them.
Counting Down also provides a view of the far more realistic population trends that most likely within just a few years will have brought the world population down to levels that can only have one possible result: The death of Humanity. In about the year 2050 the world's population will level off at around 7.7 billion and will thereafter decline at a rate that will cause it to drop to about 3.7 billion people by the year 2150.
It won't be a nice world in which our descendents must live within
just a few generations. It will contain record numbers of old people, while at the same time it won't have sufficient numbers of younger people who are capable of providing for the elderly. No doubt, the social engineers who currently call for increasing the abortion rates to solve the ills of a booming world population will then attempt to solve the looming collapse of our social services caused by an excessively large population of the elderly and by diverting their attention from abortions to reducing the size of the disastrous problem posed by the elderly. What better way is there to solve it than to promote a reduction in the size of that population and to call for the implementation of compulsory euthanasia of the elderly?
That approach was used once before to eliminate an undesired sector of the population. Under the code name "Euthanasia"
six million non-Aryans were turned into ashes. This situation should be of the greatest concern to feminists, as the vast majority of the elderly will be comprised of women. It seems that the population control politics that give women sole abortion rights are like cutting off the branch on which they are sitting.
Francis Fukuyama, in his book "The Great Disruption: Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order," addresses in considerably greater detail the specifics of the population trends in the developed nations. He states that countries like Japan will experience a decline of 30% of their population with each and every successive generation.
(See also See also
rights a demographic issue, by COLIN P.A. JONES, Special to The Japan
Times, Tuesday, July 18, 2006) Here are some figures from his book and from his web site that show current
total fertility rates (TFRs) for some of the developed nations. Keep in mind that a TFR of approximately 2.2 is required to
maintain a country's population.
Source: for the years 1993 - 1997:Francis Fukuyama,
The Great Disruption
The graph is based on data from
http://www.sais-jhu.edu/faculty/fukuyama/figures/fig2-3.htm and from
Data for subsequent years are from Statistics Canada's "The Daily"
Current total fertility rates (TFRs) for countries in the world - Rank Order.
The web page accessible through the preceding link lists the rank order from
highest to lowest, with a TFR of about 2.2 indicating a stable population. The
TFR required to maintain a given country's population varies a little from
country to country, depending on the life expectancy for the average resident in
that country. (Source:
As of June 2008, the CIA World Factbook showed 104 countries (generally the
richest and most developed) to have TFRs of less than 2.2. In other words,
in those countries the population is in the process of shrinking. (Related
Articles at Fathers for Life)
Is the world overpopulated?
If all of the world's people were located in the Province of Alberta (just a
touch smaller in area than the State of Texas) and each were to have an equal
share of all of the land in Alberta, then each of the world's people would have
98.6m2 of land to live on.
Assuming that the average household consists of three people, a family of three
would have enough space (3,184 ft2) for a moderately-sized house and
a garden large enough to grow some of the food consumed by the family.
- Alberta land area: 661,565 km2, 255,541 miles2
- World population: 6,706,993,152 (Source:
CIA World Factbook, July 2008 est.)
It is obvious that the world's population density will be
the controlling factor. Is that a problem? Will people any time soon
be standing on each other's shoulders?
How can the world be overpopulated if it is possible to fit the world
population, fairly comfortably, into a province the size of Alberta or a state
the size of Texas, even if we divide the whole population into families of
three and give each a bungalow and a good-sized garden to boot?
The following table list a number of nations, ranked by their population
Does anyone seeing those numbers still think that the world is overpopulated?
Original Source: Stats Canada
Therapeutic Abortions 1995 ...
Canadian Abortion Statistics
(that link no longer functions, the page has not been archived)
Figures for 1996 and 1997 are from StatCan's
The Daily, 2000 04 07
Ontario abortions comprise about 40 percent of the total abortions in Canada, however, as announced by Statistics Canada on Jan. 18, 2002, Ontario now refuses to track abortion statistics (possibly in fear of possible liabilities and to eliminate the paper trail. See CANADIAN ABORTION STATISTICS RELEASED BUT
ONTARIO REFUSES TO REPORT)
Abortion figures for 1999 and 2000 based on
The Daily, 2003 03 28. However,
footnote 1 contained in that file reads:
Caution should be taken when comparing 1999 and 2000 data to 1998 data. As of 1999, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care no longer maintains a system for the collection of detailed information on abortions performed in clinics in Ontario. Ontario now uses the billing system of the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) to provide counts of clinic abortions to the Therapeutic Abortion Survey. As a result, information is no longer available for clinic abortions performed on non-residents of Ontario or on Ontario residents who do not submit a claim to OHIP. A comparison of the data collected using both sources for the years 1995 to 1998 shows that the new data source underestimated clinic abortions performed on Ontario residents by an average of 5.4% (950 cases) per year, or approximately 1% of all abortions performed in Canada. The new source does not include abortions performed on non-residents of Ontario that averaged 70 cases per year or 0.4% of total clinic abortions performed in Ontario.
The unfolding extinction of western Europeans shows the fallibility of the infallible
by Ted & Virginia Byfield, 2003 02 03
Falling fertility rates threaten the existence of the Caucasian population in the world
UN warns of serious population decline in the 2002 revision of their world population projections
France offers substantial monetary incentives to women, so as to entice them in having children.
EUROPE: France pays mothers to have more children
by John Ballantyne
Frenchwomen are to be given generous cash payments to encourage them to have a third child, writes
John Ballantyne. The intended result? Larger families.
Middle-class Frenchwomen are to be given generous cash payments to encourage them to have a third child.
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin announced his Government's new package of incentives on September 22 to a national family policy summit that brought together business leaders, trade unionists, public servants and family activists.
(Full Story, — off-site)
UN WARNS OF BELOW REPLACEMENT FERTILITY LEVELS
By 2050 75% of even developing countries will be under 2.1 birth rate
NEW YORK, February 27, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Yesterday, the United Nations released the 2002 Revision of the official United Nations population estimates and projections. For the first time, the United Nations Population Division projects that future fertility levels in most developing countries will likely fall below 2.1 children per woman, the level needed to ensure the long-term replacement of the population, at some point in the twenty-first century. By 2050, the medium variant of the 2002 Revision projects that three out of every four countries in the less developed regions will be experiencing below-replacement fertility, with all developed countries far below replacement level as well.
As a consequence of these changes, the 2002 Revision projects a lower population in 2050 than the 2000 Revision did: 8.9 billion instead of 9.3 billion according to the medium variant. About half of the 0.4 billion difference in the projected populations results from a reduction in the projected number of births, primarily as a result of lower expected future fertility levels. The other half of the difference reflects an increase in the number of projected deaths, the majority stemming from higher projected levels of HIV prevalence.
Populations will decline in 33 countries by 2050 according to the report, with countries such as Italy projected to be 22 per cent smaller and the Russian Federation nearly 50 per cent smaller.
The deeper reductions of fertility projected in the 2002 Revision result in a faster ageing of the population of developing countries than in previous revisions, which will stress social security systems. Globally, the number of older persons (60 years or over) will nearly triple, increasing from 606 million in 2000 to nearly 1.9 billion by 2050. In more developed regions, the population aged 60 or over currently constitutes 19 per cent of the population; by 2050 it will account for 32 per cent of the population.
Increases in the median age, the age at which 50 per cent of the population is older and 50 per cent is younger than that age, reflect the ageing of the population. Among developed countries, 17 are expected to have a median age of 50 years or more, with Japan, Latvia and Slovenia (each with a median age of about 53 years), and the Czech Republic, Estonia, Italy, Singapore and Spain (each with a median age of about 52 years) leading the list.
See the UN report online.
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What abortions will do to all of us
Aside from approaching the point where the social service structures of many countries will be overloaded and will perhaps collapse, primarily on account of increasing exhaustion of sources of funding, the signs of deprivations of the elderly are already making themselves felt at a very noticeable and personal level.
In 1995 I went to visit my relatives in Germany. It intrigued me that elderly travelers (in the majority women) in Germany had two very common topics of discussion. One was that they frequently complained that no porters were available to help them with their luggage at airports and at railroad stations. The other was that handymen to do home repairs were almost impossible to come by. If any of those could be had, one had to be prepared to pay exorbitant rates for labour, such as $50/hour for a house painter and as much as $100/hour for someone who would install or repair tiles in a bathroom. Most importantly, these were rates that had to be paid in cash-up-front, under the table, to men who were moonlighting.
One of my nieces and her husband and family reside in France. They told me that whole cities in France are by now virtually devoid of human life and that any human life remaining in many is comprised of elderly people who often have to go about their daily living without help from anyone.
We are indeed approaching interesting times.
Steve Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute, proposes elimination of funding by Berkshire-Hathaway for 'charities' who promote culture of death.
It is quite likely that concerns like those expressed by Steve Mosher will become far more pressing as more and more economies reach the brink of collapse due to world-wide population control measures that are being implemented by "charities" who promote the culture of death, charities that are funded largely by corporations that thereby appear to cut off the tree branch on which they are sitting, young families.
- World Population Control U.S. Strategy and UN Policy Program
An overview compiled from various sources, based on various opinions relating to the consequences of the U.S.-promoted culture of death resulting from National Security Study Memorandum 200, by Henry A. Kissinger, National Security Council, Washington, D.C. 20506,
April 24, 1974. (Full Story)
How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization, by Patrick J. Buchanan
Windows to the truth
— a 12-step course in population control for Bill Gates
It all started with a $26 million gift by Bill Gates to the World Health Organization (WHO), of which some amount was used to vaccinate only women of child-bearing age against tetanus. It so happened that the vaccine 'by coincidence' triggered an immune response in these women to being pregnant, causing them to abort their unborn children. . .
Well, what is the problem? These women are coloured. They live in overpopulated countries. So what? We run out of space, food, water, energy -- we've got to start somewhere to stop uncontrolled breeding, right? Wrong! There is no population crisis, at least not in the way Ted Turner, Bill Gates, IPPF, the WHO and many others would have us believe.
The problem isn't over-population, it's under-population. Yes, whether you believe it or not, that's what the problem will be and already is. We need more people, not fewer. Particularly, we need more children.
When the chickens come home to roost a solution will be found. The solution will be found when women begin to realize that they are the target of the ultimate population control measure, the killing of our elderly.
Most certainly, the vast majority of our elderly will be women (men don't grow to be as old as women). These elderly women will be the target of the cutbacks in health care or the active euthanasia projects that will arise to cope with the health-care crisis triggered by an insufficient number of productive, young, working people that'll find themselves unable to provide for the exceedingly large and growing number of elderly women who'll comprise an ever growing proportion of the world's population.
Learn along with Bill Gates the 12 common-sense lessons of sensible population control. Check
Windows to the truth
(The link no longer functions, and the series of web
pages comprising that teaching program for Bill Gates is
incompletely archived. However, the following entry
will lead you to an article that served as input to the
lessons Bill Gates needs to learn.)
The overpopulation lie
Mass abortion, 'gendercide,' junk science
leading to under-population crisis
Posted: May 2, 2000, 1:00 a.m. Eastern
By Anthony LoBaido
© 2000 WorldNetDaily.com
It is perhaps the single greatest disinformation campaign in
human history: The planet is grossly overpopulated, and unless
something is done to limit human population growth, calamity will
Hunger, famine and resource depletion are often mentioned as the
major reasons to justify limiting human reproduction. Unfortunately,
few can summon the facts to repudiate this erroneous, non-scientific
Depopulation of a Planet
Thinning Out The "Useless Eaters"
An Unspoken NWO Agenda
A Report by RICK MARTIN (Off-site)
Population control when it
was still called "Eugenics"
Without understanding the past, we will not be able to get a clear view of where we are going.
Without knowing from where we came, we will not be able to tell the direction into which we are traveling; we will not even be able to tell how far we've come and how far we still have to go to reach our goal.
It is important to understand where we were to understand how we got to be where we are. So, how did we get to be where we are now with respect to the policies driving population control measures? A chapter in a book that is no longer in print will tell you:
(George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography
By Webster G. Tarpley & Anton Chaitkin)
- The racist, eugenicist origins of Planned Parenthood Repackaging
Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood
Quotable Quotes from the Birth Control Review (At that Web page, scroll down to the heading "Quotable Quotes from the Birth Control Review"; these are just a few excerpts from the following)
Birth Control Review
Human Life International's Anti-Life Quote Archive 1,184 Quotes From Margaret Sanger's Birth Control Review (in chronological order)
By Brian Clowes, Ph.D.
"Too often the pro-life stance is looked on as extreme-right radicalism. In the 1970's, when this debate began, we were all pretty ignorant about what abortion really consisted of.
Times Have Changed. Since then we have discovered many things about the foetus and abortion procedure that have shocked even the most reluctant activists. This page attempts to compile this information. It speaks for itself."
Home page: "Reality Check"
Worried about what'll happen to you when you are growing old? You should be!
Cutbacks in social programs and especially in the health-care systems are a stark reality, so are rising social
services and health-care costs. What do you think will happen when we truly run out of money, when we lose the ability to keep the health-care systems and other social safety nets operational? You don't think that'll happen?
Whether you want to admit it or not, welfare and care for other people must be provided by young people still capable of working. When the young people are not there to provide the care, whether it is voluntary help, help within the family or help via financial support through the State, nothing matters much anymore. Then older people will be put out to die. The question is only at what age that will happen to them.
If you have any doubts, check "Patient, 94, left covered in blood," and make sure to follow the links to the related stories at that URL.
Gray Dawn: How the Coming Age Wave Will Transform America and the World
By Peter G. Petersen
(Hardcover - 256 pages 1 Ed edition (January 1, 1999) Times Books; ISBN: 0812931955, $23.00 at Amazon.com;
Reviews at Amazon.com)
Update 2006 05 14
Chilling perspectives on "Ethics"
In case of a deadly flu pandemic, whom
should we save?
Once-upon-a-time a question like that never came up,
except in totalitarian nations such as the USSR, Red China and Nazi
Germany. The presence of universal moral standards in the cultural
heritage of the West ensured that the answer to such a question was,
women and children first, then the elderly, the weak and the sick.
We fought wars to preserve that as a right of humanity, to ensure the
abolition of slavery and the right of everyone to life and liberty.
That had made our society reach the heights it attained before its fall.
However, those standards no longer exist. Now the legalization of
euthanasia, assisted suicide and rigorous culling to establish the
survival of the fittest is the norm in our brave-new world.
In the name of science it is now rationalized that rigorous
selective culling is needed on the basis of economics, not survival of
the weak on moral grounds. The outcomes of such practices are
similar to those that the Nazis hoped to achieve, for similar reasons;
only the methods differ. The Nazis actively killed those that were
— and in our brave-new world we actively withhold the means to keep
alive those that are — deemed not worthy to let live, although in the
rationalizing for the eradication of the right to life of the weakest of
all, those not yet born, we have already shown ourselves to be far more
ruthless than the Nazis ever were.
Still, vestiges of our largely vanished great cultural aims
still exist, or else it would not be that the proposal by Ezekiel
Emanuel and Alan Wertheimer (in the journal Science, May 12,
2006) sparked as much
public discussion as it did. (The discussion is still growing.
A May 13, 2006 search per the preceding link provided 539 entries in the
search return list. Sixteen hours later, May 14, the entries in the
return list for the search had grown to 572.)
If you have concerns about these and other issues related to the condition of
seniors, visit, contact and perhaps even join:
SUN — Seniors United Now
The up- and coming, rapidly-growing advocacy organization
for seniors (55 years and over) in Alberta
There are in the order of about half a million or more people of age 55 and
over in Alberta. If all of them were to join SUN, they would become the most
powerful advocacy organization in Alberta; and seniors would no longer be robbed
of their comforts and otherwise ignored.
At the price of one package of cigarettes seniors will be able to
gain a voice that will be heard by a government that otherwise can and will take
from seniors what they worked for all their life to enjoy in their old age.
If you are concerned about how seniors are affected by the
systematic destruction of our families and society, a search
at google.com (for elderly OR seniors OR grandparent OR grandfather OR
grandmother site:http://fathersforlife.org) will provide you with the links
to about 80 web pages at Fathers for Life that will be of interest to you.