International Organizations

Mention is often made of a campaign of the rich and powerful who devote themselves to limiting the world population of the poor in order to avoid the obligation of sharing their wealth. Isn't that a rather gloomy outlook for society and the future of the world? Why is it that publications from international organizations are so poorly known? Can facts be cited to support the contention that a U.N. campaign exists?
Is it in this context that the abortive pill RU 486 appears? Would this mean that the specialized agencies of the United Nations and the United Nations itself are implicated in the anti-birth campaigns in the poor countries? It is almost unthinkable that an institution of such prestige as the United Nations would offer support to the policies of demographic "containment" involving the practice of abortion.
Who will profit from a U.N change? Is this change profitable to certain particular nations? Does the Kissinger Report speak of abortion?
Is there a relationship between the demographic policies of the US and the change observed in the nature of the UN? How can it be explained that the Western democracies join forces with the United States to curb the demographic growth of the Third World? Is the attitude of these rich people shared by all the citizens of the US and the Western democracies?
Isn't it inconsistent for Western nations to export abortifacient products while continuing to pose as champions of democracy and development? In the final analysis, who is really responsible for the real restoration of contemporary totalitarianism? When all is said and done, if no action on behalf of human life is undertaken on a worldwide basis, isn't what will emerge, a new war?
Isn't it excessive to speak of war with respect to abortion?    

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