US government pushing for pro-abortion constitution in Kenya

Hmmm…  This sounds awfully familiar…  But I can’t seem to connect the dots…

By Peter J. Smith

WASHINGTON, D.C., July 19, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – With Kenya’s pivotal referendum on a new pro-abortion constitution just a few weeks away, three pro-life congressmen have brought forward more evidence that the U.S. federal government has heavily invested in procuring the approval of the document – to the tune of $28 million. The U.S. has also enlisted pro-abortion groups to convince Kenyans to approve the constitution, they said, despite the existence of federal laws prohibiting such activity. (Source)

Ah yes!  Of course!  Isn’t this the same as what Development and Peace is doing in many countries of the Global South?  I.e. funding pro-abortion groups that are lobbying to overturn legislation in order to legalize abortion?  We’ve certainly seen it in the Philippines, Peru, El Salvador and East Timor, to name a few off the top of my head.

Actually, in the case of East Timor, the pro-aborts succeeded and abortion was legalized under some circumstances in June 2009.  The blood of those babies is on our hands.

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