u.s. abortion agenda

We pro-lifers know that indeed the western world — led by the US government, the EU, elements of the UN, international liberal media and US billionaires (Soros, Gates, Buffett) — is imposing its agenda on the developing world, seeking to limit our populations. Why, the US even made it a matter of their national security (NSSM 200).
What I would like to see, just like what Cardinal Cipriani has done, is for our CBCP to issue another pastoral letter, this time denouncing the imperialist, colonialist, diabolical agenda of the US, EU and UN in imposing RH and ultimately abortion upon our nation. Speak as prophets. Stand up to these evil Goliaths. Denounce them to the whole world (or at least to those who still think kindly about these super powers).
The Philippines will be the last bulwark in the world of pro-life and pro-family values, and will be the target of increasingly aggressive and savage attacks from anti-life forces. We must resist these forces with a passion. Let our Catholic hierarchy sound the trumpets, and issue the call to battle. Indeed, this war is about our families, our youth and our nation.
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Cardinal accuses U.S., George Soros, of imposing abortion ‘agenda’ on Peru

Matthew Cullinan Hoffman Fri Feb 18 17:37 EST Abortion

LIMA, February 18, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Lima’s Cardinal Archbishop Juan Luis Cipriani is accusing the U.S. and leftist billionaire George Soros of seeking to impose a pro-abortion and homosexualist “agenda” on Peru.

“Sometimes I hear and read that this is the modern agenda,” Cipriani told Radio Programs of Peru (RPP) in a recent interview. “I think that it is the agenda of Soros or of a foreign country like the United States, that wants to impose its agenda on us.”

Cipriani expressed his pleasure with a recent poll that indicates that Peruvians are overwhelmingly opposed to the legalization of abortion, as well as civil unions and “marriage” for homosexuals.  However, he lamented the current political climate in Peru, in which some presidential candidates are proposing such measures.

The cardinal noted that the Catholic Church does not favor political parties, but insisted that it has a role in defending fundamental values at the political level.

“How are we not going to be concerned when we see an environment where maternal affection isn’t talked about, but rather abortion,” the cardinal said. He also asked “Who is going to govern this country?  How is the Church not going to be concerned about the family, marriage, the education of children, education in the faith, the non-proliferation of drugs, drunkenness, and sexual abuse? I cannot be silent. My task is is to say that this is important.

“Sirs,” Cipriani said, “the country is at stake, the family is at stake, young people are at stake.”

“For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” (Phil 1:21)

 

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