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Obama Administration Gave Over $340 Million to UN Agency Complicit with China’s One-Child Policy

"China has every reason to feel proud of and pleased with its remarkable achievements made in its family planning policy and control of its population growth over the past 10 years.”

—Nafis Sadik, then-executive director of UNFPA (Xinhua News Agency, April 11, 1991)

United Russia MP seeks simpler citizenship process for children with foreign parent

A Russian ruling party lawmaker has drafted a bill allowing Russian citizenship to be granted to children with one Russian parent without the consent of their foreign parent, even when the family in question permanently resides abroad.

Konstantin Zatulin MP of the United Russia party explained that the main reason behind the motion was his desire to increase the legal protection of Russian citizens who live abroad. 

The Swedes are fleeing the country

Sweden's population is constantly increasing. Meanwhile, emigration reaches record levels. Last year, 51,237 Swedes left the country. It is more than the peak reached in the late 1800s when there was an agriculture crisis in Sweden.

America is the most popular destination, again.

- The proportion of emigrants in relation to the Swedish population as a whole is not as great as in the 1800s. But the fact remains. Sweden is also today a country of emigration, says Maria Solevid, a political scientist at the University of Gothenburg, to SVT.

Norway Becomes Tenth Country to Pledge Support for Global Abortion Fund

Over the weekend, the Government of Norway announced that it will be pledging $10 million (85 million Norwegian kroner) in support of a multi-country initiative to increase funding for pro-abortion organizations like the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and Marie Stopes International (MSI).

Amid War, Ukraine’s Population Continues to Dwindle

KYIV, Ukraine—Ukraine’s population decreased by about 170,000 people in 2016, the government reported last month, underscoring a demographic trend that began after the country declared its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, and which threatens to derail the country’s political and economic development.

The Moscow Patriarchate welcomes measures on banning state funding of abortions in the USA

Moscow, February 14, Interfax - The Russian Orthodox Church stressed the importance of anti-abortion measures recently adopted in the USA.

"These actions aimed at strengthening traditional family values and supported by the United States Conference of Bishops, cause respect and solidarity," Vladimir Legoyda, head of the Russian Orthodox Church's Department for Church, Society and Media Relations, said in his statement quoted by his press service.

President Trump Allegedly Preparing Executive Order to End Anchor Baby Lifestyle

According to the Washington Post, crossing the borders to get a free ride on America’s gravy train is about to become a lot less attractive. The only reason the Washington Post may have fabricated this story is to incite fear among the illegal alien population in order to take to the streets and riot along with paid Soros agitators. Muslims have done the same after they were lied to by the leftist media that Trump’s travel restrictions were a Muslim ban, when they are not.

Planned Parenthood kept aborted babies alive to harvest organs, ex-technician says



In an undercover video released Wednesday, a former technician for a tissue-harvesting company details how an aborted baby was kept alive so that its heart could be harvested at a California Planned Parenthood facility, raising more legal questions about the group’s practices.

Japan not taking in refugees; says it must look after its citizens first

UNITED NATIONS –  Japan's prime minister said Tuesday that his nation needs to attend to its own demographic challenges posed by falling birth rates and an aging population before opening its doors to refugees.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced at the U.N. General Assembly that Japan is ramping up assistance in response to the exodus of refugees to Europe from the Middle East and Africa.

Dutch doctor rebuked for euthanizing dementia patient without consent

 

​The committee found that the woman was not mentally competent to consent to being killed.

NL Times has reported that for the first time, a Dutch doctor has been reprimanded for euthanizing a dementia patient without conclusively establishing it was what she wanted.

The Regional Euthanasia Review Committee found that consent wasn't established, and that the implementation of euthanasia was traumatic.

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