Can facts be cited to support the contention that a U.N. campaign exists?

We are provided with the first fact by the population fund of the United Nations in its report of 1991. This report recommends widespread distribution of contraceptive methods, whether chemical, mechanical or surgical. The RU 486 is barely mentioned explicitly, but allusion to it is made when it speaks of "new approaches to post-coital contraception". It is specified that juridical obstacles to distribution of these methods must be removed.

The second fact comes from the World Health Organization. In a report of 1992, this specialized agency of the United Nations explains why and how it sponsors research on human reproduction.1 It comes out clearly from this report that the World Health Organization covers with its authority and lends its resources to the effort to widely distribute drugs destined for the control of the population in poor countries. Among these drugs are figured preparations that have the effect of provoking early abortions.

No matter how these institutions defend themselves, they really promote the practice of abortion and do it as a method of restricting births.


  1. See Reproductive Health: A Key to a Brighter Future. Biennial Report 1990-1991. Special Anniversary Issue (Geneva: World Health Organization, 1992).

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