First Ladies of Africa Push Back!

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taxdollarsatworkWhat does “reproductive health” mean to you? To the US and the United Nations (UN), “reproductive health” means unlimited access to abortion. The baby’s health – and life – are not important.  Abortion is the solution to all human problems and it must be normalized to the entire world.

 

Abortion is often introduced through Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) by Sexual Rights Groups. Pro-life advocates need to pay attention to CSE, because it has indoctrinated generations into the Sexual Rights culture. (Find Member Organizations of the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education in the US)

The UN continues its push for abortion rights in Africa under the guise of CSE, which only promotes condoms and contraception. Advocates are careful not to mention abortion, but lay the foundation for it by addressing forced marriages, female mutilation, and sexual violence against girls.

The Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam) posted an article entitled UN Agencies Enlist African First Ladies to Sanitize “Reproductive Health” and Sex Ed, which reveals that many of the First Ladies are not deceived about the US/UN’s agenda to destroy their families through sexuality education.

In fact, several first ladies used the opportunity to speak positively about the family and African culture and tradition, both of which are frequently characterized at the UN as barriers to sexual and reproductive rights.  The First Lady of Burkina Faso quoted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights description of the family as “the natural and fundamental group unit of society,” while the First Lady of Namibia referred to traditional practices as “the glue that keeps our societies together.”

The First Lady of Nigeria stressed the importance for adolescent girls of understanding the balance of freedom and responsibility, especially in the context of sex education, which she said must teach about the “dangers of indulgence and licentious behavior and the importance of abstinence and self-control.”

While abortion is illegal in many African nations, the UN is relentless in normalizing it as the only solution to all of Africa’s problems. The First Lady of Namibia called out the UN, and the US government, for pushing their “one size fits all” agenda onto African nations.

Why does the US and United Nations persist in their subversive takeover of other nations with their Sexual Rights ideologies? How far will the United Nations Population Fund and the International Planned Parenthood Federation go to normalize deviant sexual practices that violate the values of other nations?

As far as the voters and taxpayers will allow it.