Hillary Clinton’s Rhetoric Masks Anti-Life Agenda

Population Research Institute.  “Putting People First”

January 18, 2010.  By Colin Mason and Steven Mosher.

The primary thrust of the Cairo conference was population control, with “women’s health” being used as a Trojan horse to that end.

What [Sec. of State Hillary] Clinton didn’t say was that, thanks to the opposition of the Vatican and a consortium of Catholic and Muslim countries, abortion was specifically ruled out as a means of population control. While the final document does contain a reference to “safe” abortion, it also states that “in no case should abortion be promoted as a method of family planning.” This is hardly the ringing endorsement of abortion implied by Clinton’s speech.

Clinton passes over this point without mention, instead preferring to assure the assembled population controllers and abortion rights groups that the U.S. under Obama is firmly on their side. She specifically refers to the United States’ renewal of funds for the UNFPA and the rescinding of the Mexico City Policy, both of which opened the floodgates for worldwide, taxpayer-funded abortions.

Remember Bill Clinton’s “safe, legal, and rare” dodge on abortion? Well, to read his wife’s speech, she wants it to be safe, legal, and common. After all, it would have to be common to bring down the world’s population.

Click to read full story:  ‘On the Anniversary of the Cairo Conference, Clinton’s Rhetoric Masks an Anti-Life Agenda‘.

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Filed under Abortion, Over Population Hysteria, Population Control

One response to “Hillary Clinton’s Rhetoric Masks Anti-Life Agenda

  1. nanji nicholas

    no one has the right to kill another person. not even the unborn
    abortion can never be something safe for anyone. the spiritual, psychological and emotional trauma which abortion plunges its victims is something no one can call ‘safe’ or ‘legal’ or ‘a right’

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