Netherland has one of the highest on-demand euthanasia rates, so what do you expect?
The Culture of Death and the Culture of Life are not compatible. One of them has to go. Just sayin'.
"An international human trafficking ring forced migrants to sell their organs as payment for their journey from Africa to Europe, an Italian police investigation has revealed.Five people have been arrested as part of the probe into the gang, which allegedly arranges the harvesting of kidneys and other organs of migrants arriving in Europe by boat.Italy, with its southern-most province Lampedusa just 80 miles from Africa, is the gateway for many seeking new lives in Europe. Almost 150,000 have made the journey so far in 2014. Around 3000 have died attempting the journey this year."Read it all here.
"for the “indifference towards so many brothers and sisters…for those who are pleased with themselves, who are closed in on their own well-being in a way that leads to the anaesthesia of the heart, … for those who with their decisions at the global level have created situations that lead to these tragedies. Forgive us, Lord!"
The largest single development campaign in history—the Gates Foundation-led Family Planning 2020—has eschewed all pretense of investment in hospitals, infrastructure, and education in Africa and Asia; opting instead for a fertility reduction campaign based entirely on the development and proliferation of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs). Joining the Gates Foundation in this 4.6 BILLION DOLLAR effort to “help” 120 million poor women is the British government, International Planned Parenthood Foundation, CARE International, and dozens more large NGOs.Read the whole thing in a web exclusive at First Things.
"Let´s try to invest more in the productivity of these people, instead of killing them. Let's invest more in productivity. We must raise their level of productivity. Because you can always produce food, especially in Africa, where there's always sun and rain. Any seed can grow in Africa.”
European March for Life with Stephanie GrayROME/VATICAN CITY/SIENNA/FLORENCEMAY 7 – 18th, 2015Join Stephanie Gray for the International Pro-Life Congress to be held in the Vatican with participants from across Europe and the globe. The following day, participate in the Annual March for Life from the Coliseum to Vatican City.
"founded in 1984 as the Task Force for Child Survival. The Task Force was initially tapped to serve as a Secretariat for a consortium of global health organizations: UNICEF, WHO, The Rockefeller Foundation, The United Nations Development Programme, and the World Bank." (Wikipedia)Veteran Pro-Lifers know exactly who keeps company with these organizations.
"Family Planning 2020—has eschewed all pretense of investment in hospitals, infrastructure, and education in Africa and Asia; opting instead for a fertility reduction campaign based entirely on the development and proliferation of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs). Joining the Gates Foundation in this 4.6 billion dollar effort to “help” 120 million poor women is the British government, International Planned Parenthood Foundation, CARE International, and dozens more large NGOs." [read the whole thing at First Things].They seem blithely unaware [or are they just unconcerned?] that contraceptive/eugenics-based "health policies" (the HHS Contraceptive Mandate for example) are now being perpetuated in the United States (as documented by Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute , Stop Planned Parenthood and America Life League). Just last month the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended long-term birth control for teens (early use of hormonal birth control that will cause long-term fertility issues when these young woman want to start a family).
If today’s gotcha journalists had been around in the 1950s to probe pill research, there would have been no pill. They would have exposed the conflicts of interest, the bullying of test subjects, along with Sanger’s eugenics campaign to sterilize people labeled as genetically unfit.From Henry Allen's review of Jonathan Eig's The Birth of the Pill in WSJWeekend.
" ... I saw him go from one small group to another. Getting the shipmates to join in prayer and asking them not to give up hope of being rescued. He kept working until he was exhausted. I remember on the third day late in the afternoon when he approached me and Paul McGiness. He was thrashing the water and Paul and I held him so he could rest a few hours. Later, he managed to get away from us and we never saw him again. Father Conway was successful in his mission to provide spiritual strength to all of us. He made us believe that we would be rescued. He gave us hope and the will to endure. His work was exhausting and he finally succumbed in the evening of the third day. He will be remembered by all of the survivors for all of his work while on board the ‘Indy’ and especially three days in the ocean.”