American billionaires are backing a global push to legalize the killing of unborn babies in abortions.
Argentina just caved, legalizing abortions up to 14 weeks at the end of December, following Ireland and Northern Ireland in the past three years. Now, their focus is on the continents of Africa and South America where most countries continue to protect unborn babies from abortions.
One News Now reports outside entities including Planned Parenthood and billionaire George Soros’s foundation currently are pressuring Kenya to pass pro-abortion legislation.
The Ruth Institute, a global interfaith organization dedicated to the family, said the “deceptively named Reproductive Healthcare Bill” would legalize abortion on demand and impose “draconian” prison time and fines on pro-life medical workers who refuse to participate in abortions. It was introduced in the Kenyan legislature in late 2020.
“It’s supported by organizations like Planned Parenthood International, Marie Stopes International, [the] George Soros[-funded] Open Democracy Foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and similar organizations,” Don Feder, a spokesman for the organization, told One News Now.
Feder said the United Nations is pressuring African countries to legalize abortions, too.
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“The organization itself, at least the General Assembly, has never voted to support abortion,” he told the news outlet. “However, various UN agencies do this through their bureaucracies – like the UN Population Fund.”
Ruth Institute founder and president Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse said the bill would violate the Kenyan Constitution and the vast majority of its citizens’ beliefs about abortion. She pointed to a recent poll that found 85 percent of Kenyans believe “abortion should never be permitted.”
“The Kenyan Constitution, updated in 2010, states that ‘the life of a person begins at conception.’ It prohibits abortion except when the life or health of the mother is threatened,” Morse said.
The push to legalize and expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions does not come from most of the world’s people. It comes from the elite – the richest, most powerful men in the world.
Back in 2016, the Catholic News Agency reported on a leaked document connecting Soros to a global pro-abortion plan. The document came from the Soros’s Open Society Foundations. It showed the foundations’ three-year plan through 2019 to push abortion on countries that protect unborn babies from abortions, including Ireland, Mexico, Zambia, Nigeria and Tanzania, according to the report.
In Ireland, it was successful. Abortions now are legal in the once pro-life nation, and horrific reports of a healthy unborn babies being aborted after a misdiagnosis and others being born alive and left to die have surfaced.
Forbes ranks Soros as the 56th richest person in the U.S., though he used to be in the top 20. He is a consistent major donor to pro-abortion and pro-euthanasia groups, including Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion group in the U.S. Warren Buffett, the fourth richest person in the world, also is a major donor to pro-abortion causes, as are Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg, the second and 14th richest men in the U.S.
African pro-life leader Obianuju Ekeocha repeatedly has slammed western donors for pushing their pro-abortion agenda on pro-life Africa.
In a new short film, “Africa’s Pandemic: A Gateway To Neocolonialism,” Ekeocha said abortion advocacy groups like Ipas and the Guttmacher Institute are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic, its strains on the infrastructure and health systems across Africa and these countries’ desperate need for international aid. Within this life-saving aid, she said some western countries are including funds earmarked for promoting abortions.
“Some Western donors, including government and international institutions, have used this as an opportunity to insert an ideological agenda focused on so-called ‘sexual and reproductive health and rights’ under the cover of COVID-19 humanitarian relief,” Ekeocha said in a statement to the Post.
“This means that at a time when there is dire basic human needs like food and basic medicines, donors seem to be much more concerned with furthering the territories of the abortion movement …” she continued.