Friday, April 21, 2017

Conservative cucks suppress birth control in Africa


It's called the "Bush Global Gag Rule." From the Center for Reproductive Rights;
"On January 22, 2001, on his first business day in office (and the 28th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision establishing a woman's right to an abortion), President George W. Bush re-imposed the Global Gag Rule on the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) population program. This policy restricts foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that receive USAID family planning funds from using their own, non-U.S. funds to provide legal abortion services, lobby their own governments for abortion law reform, or even provide accurate medical counseling or referrals regarding abortion. The 1973 Helms Amendment is a legislative provision that already restricts U.S. funds from being used for these activities."
Here is Melinda Gates talking about African birth control.


You think liberals are the problem? Think again.



5 comments:

  1. The Christian hostility towards birth control and other methods to control populations (among other antics) makes the white knighting done by the Alt-Right/Neoreaction crowds laughable.

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    1. That's more or less a function of how many Catholics are involved. Catholics seem to think transplanting 15th century Throne and Alter politics to the 21st century with zero population change is somehow going to solve a good deal of the problems that the right observes with the world. They're pure cancer and should be mocked at any opportunity for their solipsistic historic-theological fetishism.

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    2. The rush to defend Christcucking from any accusations that it just might have played a role in any current messes. And to insist Whitey needs it.

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    3. I wasn't aware NRx or the alt-right did any White knighting. But it might look that way from the perspective of 1488. Are you 1488? Not judging, just asking.

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