Malawi Under Siege

Malawi, a southeastern African country of 13 million people, is waking up. Targeted by Western organizations for “family planning” goals that are conceived in New York, Brussels, and London, Malawi and many other African countries increasingly find themselves having to look into the mouths of gift horses from the “developed” world. The elites who cite . . . Read more

HLI Tanzania: Model for Pro-Life Action

Once you attack children, you attack the nation… We don’t need condoms. We don’t need contraception. We don’t need abortion. – Emil Hagamu, director of English-speaking Africa for Human Life International   Emil Hagamu is one of millions of Africans who increasingly wonder what wealthy Western nations want from Africa. All over the continent, the . . . Read more

Gates Foundation Stops Funding Abortion*

Melinda Gates’ June 2nd claim that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has “decided not to fund abortion” has been taken by many as a positive change in the Foundation’s policy. In truth, however, the longstanding Gates Foundation policy of lucrative funding for abortion companies remains unchanged. We know that this policy has not really . . . Read more

Recognizing Population Control in Ethiopia

Still a Pro-Life Nation The African nation of Ethiopia has a Christian history which dates back to the New Testament, even before Saul’s conversion. In the Acts of the Apostles, we learn that Philip baptized an Ethiopian eunuch who was a member of the court of Queen Candace. Happily, Ethiopia has not abandoned its ancient . . . Read more

Opening the Gates Wide to Population Control Abuse

In July 1912, Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, Marie Stopes and other leaders in the early race-cleansing eugenics movement held their first international conference in London. Among the leading topics of discussion were how to stop poor and “unfit” African women from breeding. Exactly 100 years later, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the . . . Read more

When Providing “Health” for Women Includes Harmful Drugs

Health [helth] noun 1. the general condition of the body or mind with reference to soundness and vigor: good health; poor health. 2. soundness of body or mind; freedom from disease or ailment: to have one’s health; to lose one’s health. Twelve years ago today, the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved the deadly abortion drug . . . Read more

Women’s Health? WCD Sponsors Participate in a Cover-Up

Advocates of abortion and birth control often speak of “empowering women” with unbiased and vital information about “reproductive health.” Their silence following regular warnings about the negative side-effects of contraceptives, however, calls into question the nature of their concern for women’s health. On September 26, 2011, the FDA announced that it “remains concerned by the . . . Read more

Undercover UK Journalist: Abortion Counseling “Incredibly Influential”

Just days after a report that the UK Department of Health plans to create a new system of “independent” pre-abortion counseling, an undercover investigation of the counseling afforded by abortion providers and crisis pregnancy centers reveals the powerful impact of pre-abortion counseling. “As for me, the advice I received couldn’t have been more disparate. But . . . Read more

“Hugely Guilty,” but No Regrets?

How many genuine rights do people exercise on a daily basis that lead them to feel painfully guilty? One Dublin, Ireland mother who believes women have a “right” to choose abortion recently gave an inside look at the immense guilt and emotional pain that she experienced when an Irish Mail on Sunday reporter traveled with . . . Read more

Guardian Newspaper Promotes Marie Stopes Abortion Propaganda

The UK based Guardian newspaper is holding a journalism competition that promotes one of the world’s most virulently anti-life organizations – Marie Stopes International (MSI). The International Development Journalism Competition asked writers to submit features from a list of 16 topics that deserve “greater media exposure.”  MSI sponsored two of the topics: The impact of . . . Read more