Abortion


“A War on Fertility is an Act of Cultural and Economic Suicide”

Marcus Roberts | 28 March 2013

Have more abortions - after all, each child costs the state a lot of money!


Then the dragon was enraged at the woman and went off to wage war against the rest of her offspring

Marcus Roberts | 19 March 2013

China and the one-child policy. What did Stalin say about tragedies and statistics?


Japanese politician suggests banning abortion to increase birthrates

Shannon Roberts | 01 March 2013

It is common knowledge that Japan is in more economic trouble than most as a result of its low birth rate, and it seems that Japanese politicians are taking the situation increasingly seriously.  One Japanese politician has come up with a fairly commonsensible plan to increase the country’s ailing birth rate – ban abortions.


Well done!

Shannon Roberts | 30 November 2012

Having just had a baby in New Zealand, I think that welcoming new people to the world (when they are a wanted baby that is) is something that New Zealand does pretty well.


Cuba and a familiar future

Marcus Roberts | 14 August 2012

Cuba is facing the consequences of high abortion rates, low birth rates and high net emigration.


China: This One Child Policy’s Not for Turning

Marcus Roberts | 06 August 2012

Reasons to fear that the Chinese One Child Policy will be with us for a while yet.


Turkish Prime Minister Angry that Promoters of Abortion Crippling Economic Success

Shannon Roberts | 06 June 2012

Turkey’s Prime Minister has expressed his anti-abortion stance in surprisingly strong words for a politician, albeit an Islamic one, linking the procedure to murder and saying the resulting curb in population growth is ‘crippling’ for Turkey’s economy.


Abortion and Over-Population (NZ Tour)

Marcus Roberts | 02 April 2012

A pro-life group in New Zealand is bringing Steven Mosher out to discuss abortion and overpopulation.


Abortion pill safety concerns ignored and Australian woman dies

Shannon Buckley | 27 March 2012

Australia has had its first death of a woman using the abortion pill to terminate her pregnancy at home.  The Australian confirms that the woman died of sepsis “some days after” having the medical abortion at one of Marie Stopes International Australia’s (MSIA) 14 Australian clinics back in 2010.


The Propoganda Changes; the Coercion Remains

Marcus Roberts | 29 February 2012

The Chinese Government tries to soften the propoganda around its one child policy.


Sex Selective Abortions in the UK

Marcus Roberts | 24 February 2012

A sting operation in the Uk reveal some alarming abortion practices.


The Global War Against Baby Girls - Part III

Marcus Roberts | 22 February 2012
The final part on Nicholas Eberstadt's article on female feticide.

Part II of the Global War Against Girls – the Rest of the World

Marcus Roberts | 20 February 2012
Eberstadt's article moves on to look at the lack of baby girls in the rest of the world apart from China.

March for Life

Marcus Roberts | 25 January 2012
Some video and pictures of the annual massive March for Life in Washington DC.

How to compensate for lost fertility?

Shannon Roberts | 10 January 2012
Past Eugenics and sterilisation programs in the United States are coming back to bite them, with North Carolina currently the first State to address compensation for victims. According to the North Carolina Justice for Sterilization Victims Foundation, at one time, 31 states in the U.S. had government-run eugenics programs. In North Carolina alone, close to 8,000 men, women, and children -- mostly poor, black, disabled and uneducated -- were forcibly sterilized from 1929 to 1974.

The Brutality of “Population Control”

Marcus Roberts | 26 November 2011
A terribly sad story from China.

Tightening of abortion rules in the UK could result in 60,000 less abortions

Shannon Buckley | 28 August 2011
The abortion rules in the United Kingdom are set to be tightened in what has been described as "the biggest shake-up in a generation". The plan would introduce a mandatory obligation on abortion clinics to offer women access to independent counselling, which is run on separate premises by a group which does not itself carry out abortions.

Russia, Abortion and Demography

Marcus Roberts | 07 July 2011
The Russian Duma passes a bill that will tighten the laws relating to abortion advertising.

More New Zealanders forced to look overseas to adopt

Shannon Buckley | 30 May 2011
More and more New Zealanders are looking to adopt babies from overseas, largely due to falling domestic adoption opportunities.

Federal abortion funding to be cut in the US?

Shannon Buckley | 08 April 2011
Over the last 100 years, contraception has been looked to more and more as a way for the world to ‘control’ its population.

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