Stop Trudeau's $650 Million to Force Abortion On African Women and Children - #AfricanKidsCount
SPONSORED BY: REAL Women of Canada and World Congress of Families
The “liberal” (left-wing) government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made promoting abortion and other population-control measures in Africa the centerpiece of Canada’s foreign policy.
His government has committed to spending $650 million over the next three years to promote what it euphemistically calls sexual and reproductive health rights in developing countries. This includes funding campaigns to legalize abortion in countries where it’s currently illegal (most of them in Africa).
In June, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland told the House of Commons that pushing abortion overseas is “at the core of Canada’s foreign policy” – not fighting poverty and disease, not projects to provide clean water and maternal care, not promoting democracy and human rights but facilitating the deaths of unborn children.
The World Congress of Families is committed to fighting this cultural and racial imperialism as we affirm the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations, 1948), promote the natural family as the only fundamental and sustainable unit of society, and defend the sanctity and dignity of every human life from conception to natural death. In the past two years, we’ve done three regional congresses in Africa -- one in Nairobi in 2015, another in that city last year, and one in Lagos this year. A fourth is planned for Lilongwe, Malawi, November, November 28-30.
REAL Women of Canada (a WCF Partner) is working with us to combat the Trudeau government’s anti-life, anti-women, and anti-child agenda.
For more information read REAL Women of Canada’s July 13th press release: “Trudeau’s Twisted Grasp of Health Care Needs in Africa."
This petition is co-sponsored by World Congress of Families and REAL Women of Canada.
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