Less than two months after Barack Obama rescinded the Mexico City policy, the International Planned Parenthood Federation is going after Poland and putting on the pressure to provide more abortions and contraception.
Why Poland? Look at the numbers. The number of abortions has lowered in the country since 1990. In 1990, there were a total of 59,417 abortions and in the year 2006, Poland had a total of 340 abortions.
IPPF states that the women in Poland should have:
...easy access to contraception; abolishing the gender role stereotypes that people are socialized into; right to decide about oneself and one's body; no more treating women as sexual objects; proper sex education in schools; and treating equally women who are elderly, poor, homosexual, of different ethnicity, of low social standing or handicapped.
As we reported back in 2002, IPPF was complaining loudly due to President Bush’s reinstatement of the Mexico City policy and now it appears that IPPF is going to do as much as it can to make abortion on-demand. It has even published a letter on its web site, dated March 6, where it discussed an event called “Women’s Day.” This is where IPPF planned to push its agenda onto the women present as well as making a lot of noise against the bioethics committee.
What can you do? Continue to fight PP here in our country by getting rid of its taxpayer’s dollars, clinics and sex education programs. The more we do to change our own nation can help prevent our very own president from making laws to further the abortion business in our country and other countries. You can also sign the petition to stop PP’s agenda at: STOPP.