‘China is reaping the consequences of its brutal one child policy.
After killing approximately 400 million unborn babies in abortions — some of them by force, the Asian nation is now dealing with a new problem: a shrinking population.
The Washington Times reports new data released by the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics this week show more deaths than births in 2022. After 9.56 million births and 10.41 million deaths last year, there are approximately 850,000 fewer people in China, according to the data.
‘The doctor who prescribed the reversal pill to Amrita, Dr Dermot Kearney, came to the stage and the thunderous applause he received would make anyone think he was the most popular doctor in the country. Dr Dermot looked towards the small group of abortion supporters which had congregated nearby and directed a sentence towards them ‘People here say they are pro-choice – we were the ones helping the women who decided they wanted to try and save their babies’. He went on to add ‘The pro-life movement has one simple message ‘Every single life has equal, inherent value without exception’.’ https://www.marchforlife.co.uk/aiovg_videos/dr-dermot-kearney-march-for-life-uk/
The following are satire videos which highlight “the alarming new trend of corporations like Disney, Amazon, and Starbucks providing abortion travel benefits while often cutting maternity benefits. The new incentives ensure women are back in their cubicles to make the corporation money in just a matter of days.” Here in Australia it is impossible to know how many babies are murdered via abortion each year!
‘In a world where enormous sums of money rarely raise eyebrows, Bill Gates’ new pledge of $7 billion in aid to Africa should give us pause.
“Constantly reducing maternal mortality, constantly reducing neonatal mortality, under-5 mortality, that’s really the metric that drives our foundation,” said Gates while announcing the four-year pledge on November 17 in Nairobi. While laudable in theory, it is imperative that we ask—what will this money actually do?
International development funding inevitably comes with strings attached, and more often than not, those strings are tied to ideological agendas. Case in point: the Gates Foundation’s aggressive track record of abortion promotion, which stands in sharp contrast to the robust pro-life culture of many African countries. Abortion is illegal or heavily restricted across most of the continent. But money has a way of maneuvering around the law, and ultimately, much of the reason for pushing tremendous sums on developing countries is to dismantle established laws that protect unborn life. In this context, $7 billion could go a long way toward undermining what people actually want for their countries.’ https://www.lifenews.com/2022/12/06/bill-gates-sends-7-billion-to-africa-that-will-promote-abortion-as-population-control/
The Western world is enamored with killing via abortion and euthanasia. However, one would think a person who claimed to be a Christian would think differently. Well, think again! Down in Georgia ‘In a new interview, pro-abortion Democrat Raphael Warnock claims that killing babies in abortions is somehow a Christian concept even though it clearly results in the destruction of babies created in God’s image.
In an interview with MSNBC host Joy Reid on ‘The Reidout’ on Monday, Warnock, who has voted for abortions up to birth, tried to justify killing babies by saying that it’s okay from his standpoint because he is a pastor.
“I get a lot of pushback from people who seem to think that they own the interpretation of the Gospel,” Warnock said. “I have been studying the Scriptures my whole life. I’m committed to the faith. And, as a pastor, I have a profound reverence for life. And, as a pastor and a person of faith, I have a deep respect for choice.”
“If we care about life, black women are dying three to four times the rate of white women in childbirth, as a result of childbirth,” he said. “And so, if you care about life, we ought to find a way and address the obvious bias in our health care system.”