Speaking at the “She Decides” conference in Brussels on 2 March, convened to raise funds for abortion-providers such as IPPF and Marie Stopes International, Neven Mimica, European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, stated that the EU Commission will keep using “our funds” for family planning services around the world, which he explained includes so-called “safe abortion”. Continue reading
Some days ago we informed our readers of an announcement by Lilliane Ploumen, the Dutch Minister for Foreign Aid, that her government wanted to compensate Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers for the loss of subsidies they were going to suffer as a result of US President Donald Trump’s decision to reinstate the so-called “Mexico City” policy. Our comment was then that it was of course the Dutch government’s business to decide how to spend Dutch taxpayers’ money, but that even in abortion-friendly Dutch society there would be little enthusiasm to foot this bill.
It now turns out – and in fact it was to be expected from the outset – that the politicians behind this newest assault against the lives of innocent babies in developing countries, are not in fact planning to spend their own health budgets on this (for which they might be held responsible by their respective electorates), but instead want to siphon EU funds to Planned Parenthood and other baby-slaughterers (so that the responsibility would come to lie with the entire EU, an institution on which citizens and their votes are well known to have little or no influence…).
This is the purpose of a letter that the Danish Minister of Development, Ulla Tørnæs, has addressed to the European Commission (Commissioners Mogherini and Mimica), deliberately putting some, but not all, of her homologues in copy, and about which we have learned from a source that we do not intend to reveal. Continue reading
Following the scandal around Planned Parenthood’s illegal trade with body parts of aborted babies, the Commission has many questions from MEPs asking it to clarify its relationship with the controversial baby butchers’ federation. But despite growing criticism, the Juncker Commission remains imperturbable in its support of the abortion syndicate.
In its answer to a written question submitted by MEP Marijana Petir from Croatia, Public Health Commissioner Neven Mimica openly acknowledges that “the Commission is aware of the allegations related to the tissue donation programme of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, which is a member association of International Planned Parenthood Federation.” However, he opines that this is not a reason for the Commission to cut funding to IPPF, because “the Planned Parenthood Federation of America is not a recipient of European Union funding”. Continue reading
The organizers of the conference exposing Planned Parenthood’s gruesome trade with the body parts of aborted babies have now put on their Facebook site a number of videos of the event.
We found this one, wherein it is described how an employee of StemExpress, a company purchasing fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood, was required to herself “harvest” the brain from an aborted baby with a still beating heart, particularly noteworthy: Continue reading