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  The United Nations has thankfully been forced to admit that its AIDS statistics have been greatly exaggerated. More important is that the UN must now be encouraged, in the light of the revelations of this debacle, and it can at the very least be called that, to admit its condom strategy has also been very wrong – and deadly.

  As the whistleblowing international AIDS scientists have emphasized, behaviour change, not condom programs, has been the greatest factor associated with dramatic declines in the AIDS rates of certain African nations. But, there is no money to be made, personal empires to build or sexual revolutions to cause with abstinence. As well, abstinence programs have a tendency to strengthen marriage and family life, the bane of de-populationists. These are all keys to understanding the problem.  

  Looney England is at it again, this time with its Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill. It is painful to watch and report, day after day, this once great nation going down – willingly and deliberately (with of course some brave souls still fighting for life and family).

  We have been privileged to be of considerable help to pro-life, pro-family forces in Latin America as a result of our news reports on events there.

  LifeSiteNews journalist Matthew Hoffman had an extensive opinion piece based on his research for one of our reports published in the Managua, Nicaragua newspaper LaPrensa. We are told by local contacts that the article had a real impact in the case of Marta Maria Blandón, who smuggled young Rosita and her stepfather out of Costa Rica in 2003. The article was published at a very important time during the debate over this issue. See

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