The British prime minister has announced a new initiative aimed at helping poor women women around the world slaughter their children without mercy.
She decided to fund the initiative based on claims that 214 million women globally want to be able to kills their babies on a whim, according to the World Health Organization.
The WHO claims that giving women the option to brutally murder babies empowers women to control the number of children they have enables them to work and stay longer in education, helping their families and communities to lift themselves out of poverty.
The announcement of the £200m ($260m) program was made during Theresa May’s visit to Kenya, the first official visit by a UK prime minister since Margaret Thatcher toured the east African country in 1988.
The Women’s Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) program will assist three million women enact genocide in 18 countries across Africa and Asia, including Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and Mali.
The programh will target women and girls in rural and poor communities who have traditionally been hardest to reach, will provide mobile clinics and contraceptive materials such as pills, condoms, implants and unfettered access to abortion.
Marie Stopes International, one of the the charities delivering the program, estimates that it will help avert 2.6 million unintended pregnancies, 1.7 million unsafe abortions and and 16,420 maternal deaths.
The UK will also boost child killing services in Kenya, where 18 per cent of women are either pregnant or have had their first child by the age of 19. The WISH program will focus on increasing access to abortions in 19 counties where less than 45 per cent of women use any form of contraception.
Simon Cooke, chief executive of Marie Stopes International, said the program will enable many women to access contraception and butcher babies in abortion clinics for the first time in their lives.
“Expanding access to family planning services is one of the smartest investments countries can make for their future. Giving women and girls the ability to choose the size of their family creates healthier and more prosperous populations, allows women to contribute more fully to their communities, and supports stability and security,” he said.
Meanwhile in America, induced abortion is the leading cause of death in the United States and accounts for a disturbing 61 percent of deaths of African Americans, according to researchers from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
A report analyzed research using data from the latest year for which all the pertinent information is available (2009) and found that induced abortion was responsible for 1.152 million deaths, making it the number one cause of death in the U.S. at nearly twice the number of deaths from heart disease (599,413) and cancer (567,628).
While abortion accounted for nearly a third of all U.S. deaths in 2009 (32.1 percent), more troubling still, it made up 61.1 percent of African American deaths, according to the study published in the Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (June 2016).
The ongoing disparity of black deaths through abortion has led one leading black pastor to recently decry the “black genocide” taking place in the United States at the hands of the abortion industry.
In his July essay, the Rev. Clenard Childress, Jr. noted that 52 percent of all African American pregnancies end in abortion and that whereas abortion is the most common operation performed on women, it is also “the least regulated medical procedure” and is often “completely ignored by health regulation enforcement.”
Statistics reveal that nearly 1,800 unborn black babies are aborted every day, proportionately more than any other race, Rev. Childress observed.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), between 2007 and 2010, more than 35 percent of the deaths by abortion in the United States happened to black babies, despite the fact that blacks represent only 12.8 percent of the population.
Conversely, non-Hispanic whites, who make up 63.7% of America’s population, account for only 37.7% of all U.S. abortions.
Whatever the intent of abortion practitioners, by functional standards, abortion is a racist institution in the United States, with black children aborted at nearly four times the rate of white children.
Among white women, there are 138 abortions for every 1000 live births; among blacks, there are 501 abortions for every 1000 births. This means that blacks are aborted at 3.6 times the rate of whites.
Carried over to a global context, the figures are equally worrisome, with abortion accounting for more deaths than any other cause.
As of August 4, 2018, there have been nearly 25 million abortions performed worldwide so far this year, while less than a million people have died from road accident fatalities, 4.8 million from cancer, and 990,000 from HIV/AIDS, according to the best available data.
In their study, the UNC-Charlotte researchers, James Studnicki, Sharon J. MacKinnon, and John W. Fisher, lamented the fact that despite the overwhelming weight of data and the universal acknowledgement that the act of abortion results in a human death, abortion is often not reported as a cause of death in the vital statistics system in the United States, an omission stemming from ideology rather than science.
“The exclusion of a major cause of death,” they noted, “especially one with large racial and ethnic disparities, should be a major concern to the scientific community and society as a whole.”
“As a cause of death, the major one for Hispanics and African Americans,” said Dr. Studnicki, the lead researcher, “abortion would be at the top of the scientific agenda in the U.S., and with a funding priority consistent with its importance.”
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
September 3rd, 2018