Here it’s important to note that the “Strategic Plan” which so frequently mentions family planning and abortion, but isn’t meant to give the impression of increase in abortions per se, doesn’t mention “abstinence” or “adoption” even once. And to be honest, this makes it look like a common-sense approach to avoiding pregnancy (abstinence) or choosing to see a pregnancy to term and allowing another couple to raise the child (adoption) aren’t going to rank very high in the “family planning” Africans are going to receive.
Abortion has killed sixteen million African-Americans in the U.S. since Roe v. Wade, by many accounts. No matter how one slices it, Planned Parenthood’s goal of matching that record overseas is ignoble at best, blood thirsty at worst, and it portends the cultivation of a culture of death in Africa like the one that the abortion mammoth long ago began perpetrating in the U.S.
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