Obama Promises to Fund Coercive China One-Child Policy Collaborator UNFPA

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Following on the heels of the elimination of the Mexico City Policy, President Obama has confirmed that the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), which helped instigate, perpetuate and enforce China's coercive one-child policy, will again receive taxpayer dollars.Appended to the statement announcing the end of the Mexico City Policy, Obama said: "In addition, I look forward to working with Congress to restore U.S. financial support for the U.N. Population Fund. Article

This is what we're supporting through our taxes:

Obama is on a pro-death funding spree -- he's gone wild, pouring huge amounts of money into these life-destroying programs -- using our taxes -- to pay for forced contraception and forced abortion in countries throughout the world, forcing us to be collaborators in this process.

Meanwhile, the unemployment rate in this country is rising and many families are struggling to survive. Why isn't he using this money to help create jobs and to assist families in this country? The amount that I have seem reported is $65 million for the UNFPA, an international aid organization connected to coercive abortion as part of China’s coercive one-child policy.

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LifeNews.Com: Obama Pledges to Fund Pro-Abortion UNFPA After Killing Mexico City Policy


  1. The Culture of DEATH, and he is the leader!


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