Developing nations to get $2.6 bil for family planning


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Who's the guy in the middle? Is he supposed to be somekind of expert on global affairs?

I think that if I had a meeting planned with the Prime Minister of the UK and the wife of one of the richest people in the world I'd at least wear a suit and tie.

This whole "family planning" thing is just a disguise for population control

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The organisers said the efforts would result in 200,000 fewer women dying in pregnancy and childbirth, more than 110 million fewer unintended pregnancies, over 50 million fewer abortions, and nearly three million fewer babies dying in their first year of life.


This whole "family planning" thing is just a disguise for population control

With a world population of more than 6 billion those number are hardly population control.

Indeed I applaud the Gate's for using a nice piece of their fortune to make like better for some underprivileged people in the world.

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They could reduce the maternal deaths by better healthcare instead of pushing birth control on the traditional populations of Africa.

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As soon as I saw the title I thought to myself "The Gates family has to be involved" and sure enough. They continue to relentlessly push their eugenicist agenda.

@Frank Vaughn Do you also applaud The Gates Foundation for pushing a polio vaccine on people in India that left 47,500 paralyzed?

Do you applaud him for owning 500,000 shares of GMO seed manufacturer Monsanto?

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