In this week’s edition of Politico.eu, there is an interesting article on the influence exerted by Microsoft founder Bill Gates over the World Health Organization (WHO). In it we read:
Over the past decade, the world’s richest man has become the World Health Organization’s second biggest donor, second only to the United States and just above the United Kingdom. This largesse gives him outsized influence over its agenda, one that could grow as the U.S. and the U.K. threaten to cut funding … The result, say his critics, is that Gates’ priorities have become the WHO’s. … The Gates Foundation has pumped more than $2.4 billion into the WHO since 2000, as countries have grown reluctant to put more of their own money into the agency, especially after the 2008 global financial crisis. Continue reading
ILGA Europe, the sodomy-and-gender-perversion lobby lavishly funded by the European Commission and George Soros, has released a report that explains how the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) mechanism is used at the UN to promote new “LGBT rights” that actually have never been internationally recognized and therefore have no basis in international law. Continue reading
Thanks to the outcome of last year’s presidential elections the US, which under President Obama was the most radical supporter of baby-slaughtering, is now taking a clear stance in favour of comprehensively protecting human rights, including the right to life, at the United Nations. This suddenly leaves the European Union rather isolated in its absurd attempt to get the deliberate murdering of unborn children recognized as a “women’s right”.
Read the full story in C-Fam’s Friday Fax.
8 March, the so-called “International Women’s Day”, was first celebrated in the Soviet Union thanks to V. I. Lenin and his People’s Commissioner for Social Welfare, Alexandra Kollontai. It was also under Lenin and Kollontai that the Soviet Union became the first country to legalize the murdering of un-born children, and to abolish the institution of marriage (which, however, was re-introduced soon afterwards). Nowadays, it is institutions like the UN and the EU who force this Communist holiday on citizens.
The UN today issued a statement by “Women’s Human Rights Experts”, which laments the fact that some countries still dare to protect the human right to life as from the time of conception. Continue reading
As the Friday Fax reports, the new UN Special Rapporteur on alleged “discriminations” of people with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) disorders, Vitit Muntarbhorn, has outlined a strategy for his three-year term before dozens of supportive UN bureaucrats, delegates, and activists in a meeting last week.
Participation in the consultation was limited to States and NGOs supportive of the LGBT agenda. Others who had opposed the creation of the controversial Rapporteur’s post did not want to legitimize his agenda by attending the event. The outcome of the meeting cannot therefore be described as representing a wide consensus, even if the UN bureaucracy may have wanted to make it look that way.
Muntarbhorn described education as an entry point for children to be “born and bred from a young age” with the right attitudes. Continue reading
The controversial “UN Independent Expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity”, Vitit Muntarbhorn, seems quite in a hurry to re-define, expand, and overstretch, his mandate. Just a few weeks after having been confirmed in his post only by a minority of UN members in the General Assembly (with a majority voting either against his mandate or abstaining), he is convening a consultation “on defining the scope of his work, setting priorities and developing effective strategies”. Continue reading
Austin Ruse, the president of C-FAM (Center for Family & Human Rights), a New York and Washington DC-based research institute focusing on international legal and social policy that for many years has been at the forefront of defending the human right to life, marriage, and the family against the UN bureaucracy, has expressed himself highly critically with regard to the Vatican’s lack of determination and fighting spirit in the context of the recent UN decision to appoint a controversial academic from Thailand, Vitit Muntarbhorn, as a “Special Rapporteur” on “Discrimination on the basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity”. Continue reading