Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Another anti-life woman to head our Health and Human Services

Replacing former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is Sylvia Mathews Burwell. Appointed by President Obama in what seemed like minutes after Sebelius’ departure, Burwell doesn’t seem like she will be much better than Sebelius – well, not if the sanctity of human life is important to you, that is.

A quick look into Burwell’s past reveals she spent a decade leading the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's population control efforts in the Third World.

For those who may not be familiar with what the Gates Foundation supports, here’s an overview:
Between 1998 and 2012, the Gates Foundation gave:
--  International Planned Parenthood Federation $41,876,150. This includes more than $20 million in 2007 alone.   
--  Planned Parenthood Federation of America $12,984,000.
      --  The UN Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) and Americans for UNFPA $56,681,272 in 2000. (The UNFPA is the same group that was in cahoots with China in supporting forced abortions, involuntary sterilization, kidnapping of “illegal” children, and other brutal tactics). 
  -- An indirect grant to UNFPA of $2.2 billion for “reproductive health.” 

Moreover, during Burwell's tenure, the Gates Foundation became a corporate partner of Pathfinder International, which “believes access to abortion services is not only a public health imperative, it is also every woman's right,” according to its website.

In July 2012, Melinda Gates raised $2.6 billion for population control measures at a London-based summit, offering more than half-a-billion of the foundation's own dollars. Yet Gates insists her agenda “is not abortion. It is not population control.”

If it’s not about abortion or population control, then what is it? But I digress.

Regardless, the new HHS Secretary Burwell was a dedicated supporter of the anti-life, anti-population initiatives of the Gates Foundation for ten years. Considering we’re losing at least a million of our own population here in America every year to abortion, and the fact that the Obama administration is being encouraged by the CDC to use Medicaid to pay for underage girls to get abortifacient contraceptives without their parents' knowledge or consent, is a pro-abortion, pro-population control woman the one we want in charge of the HHS? It gives me the chills.

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