Get the Human Person Right, Get Development Right

If you had a plumber who, after decades of being called to fix your pipes, could not stop them from leaking, would you keep paying him? I can hear your answer: “Decades? I would have replaced him immediately.” Sure. But what if he was the only one available? “I would find a way to do . . . Read more

Eliminating the Poor is not a Solution to Poverty

Population control groups are taking advantage of a leadership transition period in Tanzania, and are intensifying their activities in the country. Their mission is a frightening one: reducing the number of poor people in order to reduce poverty. This outrageous and backwards strategy is awkwardly promoted under the false name of women’s empowerment and choice, . . . 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

Exposing the Global Population Control Agenda

By Brian Clowes, Ph.D. The Formalization of United States Population Policy The United States National Security Council is the highest decision-making body on foreign policy in the United States. On December 10, 1974, it promulgated a top secret document entitled National Security Study Memorandum or NSSM-200, also called The Kissinger Report. Its subject was “Implications . . . Read more

U.S. Politics and the Culture of Death

Election season is upon us, and politics is on everyone’s mind. There is always a lot at stake come election time: the direction of the country, the economy, wars and foreign affairs. For Catholics and pro-life activists, this year’s presidential election is especially crucial if we are to protect and maintain our constitutionally-guaranteed religious liberties, . . . Read more

Confronting Population Control in “The Kingdom in the Sky”

Lesotho, a small African nation about the size of Maryland and completely surrounded by the country of South Africa, is known as “The Kingdom in the Sky” for its high elevation and mountainous terrain. Like its beautiful landscape, the population was at one time sky-high with Basotho (the plural name of Lesotho citizens) women having . . . 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

Pro-Abortion Propaganda Aimed at Destroying Ethiopian Culture

As of 2005, abortion is legal in Ethiopia for so many exceptions that it is, practically speaking, abortion on demand — rape, incest, fetal defects (eugenics), the physical or mental health of the mother, economic reasons and reasons of age of the mother.  According to the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, an incredible 60,000 women still suffer . . . Read more

Africans Must Resist Population Control

Africa, which historically has always been a continent vibrant with life, rich in family and cultural values and blessed with a steadily growing population, is now under siege by Western anti-life and anti-family population control mongers. And to be frank, one of the main weapons they use against the African people is their money. Because . . . Read more

Confronting the Culture of Death in Azerbaijan

My mission to Azerbaijan earlier this month was not only a personal first to this West Asia Nation, but was a first for Human Life International (HLI). The goal was to assess the situation and help a pro-life group get organized.  It was a very busy trip, with over a dozen events, mostly speaking to . . . Read more