Friday, August 24, 2007

Government supports population control in Africa


From CFNews: The British government has confirmed that it supports population control in Africa. Speaking in the House of Lords, Baroness Royall of Blaisdon said, 'The Government is committed to improving sexual and reproductive health, including family planning, across Africa. In 2006, the Department for International Development provided £25.1 million to the UNFPA and £7.5 million to the International Planned Parenthood Federation to support work on sexual and reproductive health and rights. We also work at country level and are funding reproductive health services in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Zimbabwe.' Pro-life spokesman Anthony Ozimic, commented, 'The British government's renewed commitment to spreading the culture of death abroad makes all the more worrying the Baroness's nomination to the post of EU special representative to the African Union.' [House of Lords / Hansard]

1 comment:

John Kearney said...

How wonderfully dedicated our British Government is. You would think that with Africa awash with condoms which are of course having a wonderful effect on Aids there would be no need to spend any more money. However I think that in parts of Africa there is not enough sexually transmitted diseases, sexual abuse, abortions, single parenthood and the committment to debasing sex to the level of animals, that certainly the women of the Labour Party would see as `choice`. They crave only power not the good of other women.

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