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UNITED NATIONS, Dec 2 (LSN)  Exploiting the plight of those suffering from the dreaded HIV virus and AIDS, UN promoters of “reproductive health,” which, in UN-speak includes abortion, used World AIDS Day to promote their favourite causes.  Giving a Keynote Speech at a UN forum marking World AIDS Day, Hollywood sex-star Sharon Stone said,  “if you truly, truly love your children, you need to supply condoms in a place in your home, at a quantity that makes it a non-judgmental situation for them to have them.”“I mean, put 200 condoms in a box in some place in the house where everybody isn’t all the time, so that your kids can take them,” she said. Stone counselled parents to “accept the power of sex” on their children.  This is typical of the UN approach to AIDS prevention, which disdains the obvious cure of abstinence and encourages behaviour which is potentially very dangerous to the health and life of those who follow the UN approach.  Not surprisingly, Nafis Sadik, the Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA),  used the occasion of World AIDS Day to demand universal “reproductive health care,” with the promotion of condoms and the necessary back up of abortion on demand being its cornerstones.  To see the UNFPA release go to:  https://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/1998/19981201.pop692.html

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