Monday, November 24, 2014

Kenyan Nurses Against Forced Sterilization

From we get word that the Kenyan Nurses Union will not participate in the Tetanus Campaign until they get verification as to whether or not a sterilization agent is present in WHO sponsored tetanus shots.

The Kenyan Bishops have issued statements that this Tetanus Campaign aimed at childbearing women is similar to tetanus-sterilization programs previously carried out in the Phillippines, Peru and Nicaragua. 

Saturday, November 22, 2014

WHO's Dishonest

Rather than submit a vaccine sample for testing, WHO stopped a similar 1995 tetanus campaign in Kenya. TheMoney Quote:
In 1995, the World Health Organization proposed a similar campaign in Kenya, but the bishops protested, demanding that the vaccine be tested independently. Instead of submitting a sample for testing, WHO stopped the campaign, said Kariuki. 
WHO carried out similar vaccination campaigns in Mexico in 1993 and in Nicaragua and the Philippines in 1994.
Read the whole thing.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Catholic Kenya

Interesting thoughts from religion editor John Allen regarding the recent Kenyan Bishops Conference statement on the Tetanus Vaccine Campaign that is causing sterilization in Kenyan women. Read the whole thing at Crux. 
First, this is not a crude clash between faith and science, since Catholic health care centers across Kenya participate fully in the national vaccination regime, including those to prevent tetanus. Instead, this is a targeted objection to one campaign.
The Catholic Church in Africa is by far the continent’s largest private health care provider, with the WHO estimating that somewhere between 30 and 70 percent of all health infrastructure in Africa is due to faith-based organizations. Catholic facilities also train a disproportionate share of the continent’s medical professionals. 
Second, this is not a mere tempest in a teapot, because Kenya is a bellwether Catholic nation in the early 21st century.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Accomplice to Murder

Brittany Maynard's mom is angry at people who criticize euthanasia.
Not an untypical reaction from someone who participated in the murder of their child. 
This is Screwtape 101. Or insert favorite Greek tragedy.

Meanwhile, a reminder from Pope Francis, compassion has a strict definition.
Pope Francis has "denounced the right to die movement, saying it's a "false sense of compassion" to consider euthanasia as an act of dignity when in fact it's a sin against God and creation."

Monday, November 17, 2014

WHO is Pushing Sterilization in Africa

Kenyan Bishops confirm that the tetanus vaccine campaign aimed at child-bearing women does in fact contain a sterilization agent.

Read the story at Lifenews.

Or try Lifesitenews.

Or at Huffington Post.

Or the Washington Times.

Or the Christian Post. 

Thursday, November 13, 2014

The Real War on Women: Sterilization Deaths in India

An Indian surgeon sterilized 83 young women in just six hours on Saturday. Dozens of them later fell sick, and by Wednesday, 13 of them had died, according to Reuters.
Huffington Post reports.

Forced into camps says the Guardian.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Pretty Much What One Would Expect

from the party that wants to kill babies and is supported by Planned Parenthood.

Twitchy is recording the implosion of Team Wendy Davis:
Young Chelsea Natividad, a Battleground Texas organizer for Wendy Davis, is leaving no stone unturned. No bridge unburnt. No important demographic unscathed. Women, students, Hispanics: If you voted Republican, Ms. Natividad would like you all to take a flying leap.