By Alan Mercer
Continuing from Part 13
Canada’s Report on Its Committment to MDGs (Millenium Development Goals)
In 2000, almost 200 countries agreed to end extreme poverty and hunger by the year 2015. The action plan that came out of this UN gathering was the MDGs. Eight goals that would cut poverty in half. Canada needs to be a world leader on poverty.
Note number 5–what “maternal health” is really about:
5. Improve maternal health
Reduce by three quarters, between 1990 and 2015, the maternal mortality ratio and to achieve universal access to reproductive health by 2015
As well, the government’s plan came under considerable criticism from a number of quarters, including other G8 countries, when it was announced the Canadian initiative would exclude funding for abortions in its plan.
The Canadian report in 2010 refers to how the Canadian government approached abortion funding on this particular occasion (in appearance anyway). The technocrats and NGOs criticized the Canadian politicians over this. This did not help to clarify that the program is an ongoing population control agenda barely disguised as “maternal health.” In fact that’s what government abortion funding really is domestically also (along with other family planning measures to control population). It’s called “health care.” People are also conditioned to look at it as a “right” or in some other way other than what it is.
Think of it this way. The “right” not to have a baby! A human who does not reproduce. How about the right not to have a foot, or the right not to have a hand, or the right not to have all of your brain if it’s inconvenient in some way. There are all sorts of modifications in the Brave New World. That’s what the drugs are for. New “rights”. The “right” not to live past 60, say. The “right” not to be so “unhappy.”
I would think that many people participating in these programs believe they are participating in something benevolent. Maybe there is some good out of it here and there. I don’t know. I would really question what is behind the whole thing and why there is as much death and suffering as there is with all of this supposed concern about mothers and children.
If governments were so concerned about people, they would allow the restoration of our economy in Canada, and stop shipping it overseas, so that we would be able to prosper and not have to become like the third world, which is always under the gun of endless wars perpetrated by outside forces. Not all of us are fooled by what’s going on. It’s a population reduction program and resource-grabbing program disguised with heavy marketing. There aren’t two sides. Left and right pretend to be different, but both “sides” in reality support (sometimes by silence) the wars and the green tyranny and globalizing trade agreements such as the Trans Pacific Partnership and everything else the international corporate bosses push–including civil-liberties-destroying “anti-terror” legislation along with bombing runs in the Middle East.
The Report concludes that Canada has made a positive contribution towards the global effort to achieve several of the Millennium Development Goals since they were adopted by world leaders at the United Nations in 2000. . .
But Canada’s contribution falls short of what is needed on achieving universal primary education (Goal 2), improving maternal health (Goal 5), and ensuring environmental sustainability (Goal 7). On its contribution to global partnership for development (Goal 8), Canada also compares very poorly with other developed countries on its foreign aid spending as a percentage of its national income. . . .
Endless social engineering overseas funded by us:
By focusing primarily on closing the gender gap in education, MDG Goal 3 misses the mark on
other important factors required for women to achieve gender equality. Women’s representation in government and decision-making, legal equality in land ownership and the justice system, access to fair employment and respect for reproductive rights are also critical areas that need to be addressed, just to name a few. . . . . (page 12)
Targeted intervention is also needed to reduce the gender gap in paid employment, and access to health care and reproductive rights. . . . (page 13)
In addition to the continuation and expansion of the Catalytic Initiative, a full range of sexual and reproductive health services, commodities and information are needed so that women and girls will not be subjected to enduring unsafe health conditions during pregnancy. Furthermore, the empowerment of women and girls, including equal access to education and economic opportunities, as well as equal political participation, are needed to ensure that girls and women can make and carry out informed decisions about when and if to have children . . . (page 15)
You might agree or disagree with some of this as we have limited information about what is actually happening to people thousands of miles away as we are dependent on propaganda. Everything is worded in a way that makes it hard to disagree. You’re not supposed to understand what is really going on. You’re just supposed to fund mass social engineering and mass sterilization and mass abortion all over the planet in places we don’t have anything to do with personally. In the name of “equality” or “rights.”
That makes it all okay supposedly and beyond question.
We have no concept that any of this is even going on unless we actually read these websites, but how often is this explained to us by the media or education system. Is any of it constitutionally and legally valid? Is any of it democratic? We are so naive, it isn’t funny at all. It’s the same with the war and terrorism propaganda. We are deluded.
All of this propaganda is for the purpose of “divide and conquer.” It always implies that men are oppressing women and want to burden women and that only women and girls suffer from oppression in these countries. All of our perception of the rest of the world is reduced to Hollywood perpetrated stereotypes and sensationalist media slogans that we don’t even have a basis for in our own education: half-truths and lies.
These are supposed to be the ignorant pre-modern masses who “need our help”, and then there are the wonderful saintly priests in white coats (and military uniforms) who “intervene” to “help” on “our” behalf (while they’re bombing others at the same time–it depends on the geography). “Help” to do what?! To interfere with the most personal and sacred things. Who has that right? Where does this mystical right come from that the “United Nations” carries on high? Propaganda.
Website related to above report: Plan Canada
So much more to be done – The Millennium Development Goals
A message from Plan Canada’s CEO . . .
. . . Many of you will have seen our annual Because I am a Girl reports . . .
IPCD Programme of Action and Stand Taken by Ecuador in 1994 (and other Christian and Islamic countries)
International Conference on Population and Development Programme of Action (Twentieth Anniversary Edition) (PDF English) I believe this is the original document: Report of the International Conference on Population and Development: Cairo, 5-13 September 1994
A number of countries expressed reservations about the contents of this document (see p. 194 onwards)
“Pursuant to rule 33 of the rules of procedure of the Conference (A/CONF.171/2), the Government of Ecuador joins in the general agreement on the Programme of Action.
“However, pursuant to rule 38 of the rules of procedure, we enter the following reservations for inclusion in the final report of the Conference.
“With regard to the Programme of Action of the Cairo International Conference on Population and Development and in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and laws of Ecuador and the norms of international law, the delegation of Ecuador reaffirms, inter alia, the following principles embodied in its Constitution: the inviolability of life, the protection of children from the moment of conception, freedom of conscience and religion, the protection of the family as the fundamental unit of society, responsible paternity, the right of parents to bring up their children and the formulation of population and development plans by the Government in accordance with the principles of respect for sovereignty.
“Accordingly, the delegation of Ecuador enters a reservation with respect to all terms such as ‘regulation of fertility’, ‘interruption of pregnancy’, ‘reproductive health’, ‘reproductive rights’ and ‘unwanted children’, which in one way or another, within the context of the Programme of Action, could involve abortion.
“Ecuador also enters a reservation concerning certain unnatural concepts relating to the family, inter alia, which might undermine the principles contained in its Constitution.
“The Government of Ecuador is willing to collaborate in all activities designed to achieve the common good, although it does not and cannot accept principles which infringe its sovereignty, Constitution and laws.”
UNFPA Statements on Reproductive Rights
This page gives you an overview of the UNFPA’s focus on the concept of “reproductive rights,” explaining how they interfere country by country. For example:
One of the ways UNFPA can be most effective in protecting reproductive rights is by influencing policy and legislation. For example, the Fund works closely with parliamentarians and is involved in advocacy efforts to realize reproductive rights and the other goals set forth in the ICPD.
Maybe you thought that advocacy for your “rights” (very particular ones about you not having children) to your “democratic” “representative” in parliament comes from regular people (in their spare time when they’re not working to pay debt and taxes), but apparently not! What a surprise. Advocacy comes from full-time well-paid population control organizations funded by taxes and private tax-free corporate foundations. It’s nice how they have all that time to listen to international organizations (and other powerful private groups of corporate leaders) in between listening to YOUR CONCERNS, right? Members of Parliament are always spending their days listening to their constituents, right? Not the Prime Minister! Not their party leader! Not the United Nations! Not all the treaties their LEADER signs! They take you–the people–very seriously?
2012 UNFPA DOCUMENT ADDRESSES CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION
The State’s obligation to ensure the availability of the full range of family planning methods extends to offering services, to regulating conscientious objection and private service delivery, and to ensuring that providers are offering the full range of legally permissible services. The State’s role to protect and fulfil rights includes ensuring that the exercise of conscientious objection among healthcare providers does not result in unavailability of services. “Conscientious objection” occurs when healthcare practitioners for reasons of their own religious or other beliefs do not want to provide full information on some alternatives. “[T]hey have, as a matter of respect for their patient’s human rights, an ethical obligation to disclose their objection, and to make an appropriate referral so [the patient] may obtain the full information necessary to make a valid choice” (International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics Committee for the Study of Ethical Aspects of Human Reproduction and Women’s Health, 2009). The United States is responding to conscientious objection in the context of the Affordable Care Act. In January 2012, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services specified preventive health services that new insurance plans would be required to cover (Galston and Rogers, 2010). The list included contraceptives and sterilizations including emergency contraception. Churches were narrowly exempted from this rule, but religiously affiliated hospitals and social service agencies were not. If they were not already providing these services, this latter group would have one year to comply with the new mandate. During this year, they would be required to disclose the limitations to their coverage and direct employees to affordable contraceptive services elsewhere. (page 11, 12)
The next section complains about the authority of the family over the children and how that interferes with the global agenda. It explains how they’re gradually re-framing the concepts of “rights” to undermine the parents (and then it goes on complaining about cultural barriers in the next section). This was always the intention of the United Nations “human rights.” It just takes time to destroy the family and cultural traditions and morality that provides a special respect for human life. There was resistance in 1994 at Cairo from some countries as mentioned above.
Even when services exist, social norms and practices can limit individual access to them. The subordination of the rights of young people to those of their parents, for example, can limit access to information and services and the capacity to act. The ICPD Programme of Action recognized the need for parents to prioritize the best interest of their children (based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child). Since then, other negotiations, notably the 2009 and 2012 Commission on Population and Development meetings, have emphasized the rights of the child and the “duties and responsibilities” of parents, including their sole responsibility for deciding on the number and spacing of their children. (page 12)
The totalitarian system of a scientific dicatorship (as described by Orwell or Huxley–both books often taught in many of our schools for years and years along with the film versions being heavily promoted) requires that the individual be exposed completely to the full power of the State and that there be no competing interests and loyalties such as family to get in the way of the State’s wonderful? and kindly? interventions.
As we all know, modern UN-supporting nations are very, very concerned about rights. That’s why they have all the wars and special new “anti-terror” laws that violate civil liberties. And the key word seems to be “violate.” As the CIA torture report released by the US Senate recently illustrated, “rectal feeding” is one of the practices of these people. People who are good liberals are just trained to think that sort of thing is the “bad” side of the government, but the good side of the government is funding the United Nations non-stop to help women and girls! Hey, wake up. It’s the same governments and the same group of governments are always signing treaties and holding hands together.
Conscience is getting in the way of the agenda. It may be doctors or it may be anyone. But the “authorities” (unelected) know how to twist the language to make many people think a “conscience” or a “personal” morality or a “personal” religious view is a bad thing. The propaganda machine is practicing every day and making as many people as stupid as possible as quickly as possible using the standard manipulations involving celebrities for example, and repeating the word “science” over and over in order to ridicule people–endless spewing of logical fallacies, one after another.
Here is the latest manipulation involving Angelina Jolie, and it’s very relevant to this topic. So that’s what celebrities are used for, to lead the way for people to copy, as explained by Edward Bernays in his book “Propaganda.” The rhetoric in the article is very moralizing and preachy also, guilt-inducing and very “authoritative”, very convincing and intimidating as usual. And it’s all based on “scientific” “authority” and half-baked “science.”
Experts cautioned that the evidence is still slim on whether fallopian tube removal is effective at preventing ovarian cancer.
So that sentence is actually in the article but you might not notice.
If you dress something up as an “option”, have a bunch of people claim it might prevent cancer, people are so impressed with all the “options,” and they’re just bullied into more and more “options”–ways in which they can be managed in future by the public private partnership of a scientific dictatorship. By the way, “scientific” refers to the methods of governing, the reliability of their techniques, and not the reliability of their information!
This is how supposed “rights” and “options” become command-and-control directives over our reproductive systems and genetics! Propaganda. Repeating some information, twisting it, adding emotion, hiding contrary information. Hey presto. You don’t even notice. No clue. Your kids are being brainwashed every minute along with yourself. Too late. “Support the wars,” “give up your rights,” “be a good person,” “eat the gmo,” “take your shot,” “pay your carbon tax,” “do something other than have a child!” Say all of these things in a moralizing and manipulative way. Who needs to have any more children or grandchildren? Who needs a future when you can just listen to the “authorities” and do what you’re told?
People should be crying out for doctors who have a conscience that prevents them from mutilating–or doing other harm–to human beings.