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Killing Africa: Exposing the MSI Mission in Africa

12 January 2017

 

Culture of Life Africa has produced a video focusing on Marie Stopes International's operations in Africa.

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The video, presented by Obianuju (Uju) Ekeocha includes an interview with a former worker of a Marie Stopes International (MSI) abortion clinic in Uganda, who claims that illegal abortions were carried out by medical assistants (not doctors) and that foetal remains were flushed down the toilet.

Taxpayers' money spent on abortion in Africa

Killing Africa aims to expose how the funding given to MSI by many western governments is being spent. MSI receives around £250 million pounds a year from donor partners, including £46.3 million from the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). Prof David Paton explains how DFID spends millions of pounds of taxpayers money on “reproductive health” programmes and population control, including funding MSI's activities in Africa.

3.3 million abortions every year

According to Culture of Life Africa, MSI performs 3.3 million abortions and abortion related services every year - more each year than the United States, Russia, France, Japan, England and Wales combined.

In the UK, MSI has recently been slammed by the Care Quality Commission after inspectors found a catalogue of dangerous and illegal practices in English clinics.

Watch the video and find out how you can contact your MP!

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  • ANN FARMER

    12 January 2017, 9:19pm

    Providing they use the language of female empowerment, equality and of course health, the population controllers can get away with murder - literally. Abortion: the politically acceptable face of racism?

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