By Alan Mercer
Center for Reproductive Rights
Continuing from Part 2, here are a few points from the Center for Reproductive Rights’ Annual Report for 2013 (http://reproductiverights.org/sites/crr.civicactions.net/files/documents/AR_11.20.13.pdf) (found here).
The Center “worked to advance reproductive rights in 24 countries” and not just in the United States. (p. 43).
I think it’s important to see where foundation money goes, With this organization, they received over $7 million from foundations, which accounts for 52% of their financial support (p. 46).
There are some well-known donors (p. 52) such as the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, members of the Buffett family, the Ford Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the United Nations Population Fund (discussed already), and Planned Parenthood Federation. It’s a long list.
Also there are matching gifts from some major organizations such as Apple Matching Gift Program, Bank of America Matching Gifts Program, ExxonMobil Foundation, JP Morgan Chase Foundation, Microsoft Matching Gifts Foundation, just to mention a few.
You can also usually find the Board of Directors for these types of organizations on their websites.
This is how our society really operates. Power and wealth is concentrated and moves everything along in a certain planned direction. “Reproductive rights” is an expression of the oligarchy’s priorities.
One of the news stories in Canada recently had to do with the New Brunswick Liberal Leader’s position about the restrictions on abortion in that province.
There is some background (about Frank McKenna vs. Henry Morgentaler for example) in this article where the forces of eugenics and depopulation hide behind a young high school student. Using the “youth” is the standard marketing approach. Youth can be more easily influenced and recruited to all sorts of “radical” agendas and groups (funded by the ruling corporate elite). According to this report, the New Brunswick government pays for an abortion–at one of two hospitals–only if it is certified as “medically necessary” by two doctors.
LEAF, or the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund is a Canadian organization that is similar to the Center for Reproductive Rights. Reproductive rights (http://www.leaf.ca/education/documents/EdHO_ReproductiveRights.pdf) is one of their issues.
I’m not making a blanket judgment on these groups and every single thing they do. I’m just pointing out that all of this is moving in one socially engineered direction, and the mainstream is really only allowing one skewed point of view when it comes to reproduction and abortion, as we see in the case of Justin Trudeau’s new policy for the federal Liberal Party.
From LEAF’s document:
“Although abortion is a safe, legal, insured and funded service under the Canada Health Act, access to abortion services still varies greatly across Canada.”
The point is that there are still doctors, hospitals and even whole provinces in Canada who are reluctant to carry out and fund abortion to the maximum extent of efficiency required by a global depopulation regime. So not everybody is in line yet with the agenda. We haven’t been completely standardized yet.
Why should we be forced to fund abortion if we don’t agree with it? And why should pregnancy be treated in the same way as an illness? The same question applies to other procedures. If we have to live with a socialist health care system, why aren’t more resources directed towards treatment of illness? Think about it. What are the priorities? To ask these questions is to point towards the truth. There are lots of questions we could ask that we’re not asking due to our conditioning.
But somehow it’s all so obvious to the mainstream that society should be propagandized and bullied along in this direction. The “debate” is over, they say. What “debate”? We’re not properly informed about anything at all. It’s ridiculous. Skewed information from education and media about abortion, health risks of specific procedures, pharmaceutical products, side-effects, food, nutrition, health, gender, economics, foreign policy. It’s all just pure bull, slogans and emotional manipulation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bearing in mind that not all their causes have to do with reproductive rights, the LEAF Annual Report 2012-2013 (https://origin.library.constantcontact.com/doc201/1100520459480/doc/HjllHVxCL17Wyyou.pdf) (found here (https://www.leaf.ca/publications-annual-reports/)) lists powerful supporters.
For example: The Canadian Bar Association, Law Society of New Brunswick, and “Law Foundations” from different parts of Canada (p. 6). Major Canadian banks, insurance companies, law societies and unions (p. 11).
So whether or not these donors are thinking of the specific issue of abortion access, the push of this organization is all about “equality” and dividing men and women from their heritage of having families, and dividing them off from nature. What else is left with “equality” except that people will be completely isolated from family life and at the mercy of the State? “Equality” in this case means slaving away at a job equally, paying taxes equally, doing what you’re told equally, obeying all the latest authoritarian laws equally.
Real equality should not be about neutralizing gender roles, separating us from human nature and family (1.6 replacement rate) and making us pay for everyone’s abortion and sterilization.
Equality should be about not having a ruling class who tries to dominate our thoughts and our lives in every way–with public education, endless laws, airport body scanners, surveillance technology, police militarization, Smart Growth, smart meters, and non-stop propaganda.
Other Related Topics for Reference
Some Information on Health Concerns with Abortion and Contraception
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