(LifeSiteNews) — Who is the biggest funder of anti-people population control programs in the world?
If you answered, “The U.S. government,” you would be wrong. A small group of the world’s wealthiest individuals and their foundations collectively fronts more money for the abortion, sterilization, and contraception of the human race than Washington. These men all have billions on their minds, and not just in their bank accounts. They believe that overpopulation is the greatest threat to the planet, the single most important issue facing mankind today. And they put their money where their mouth is where the abortion, sterilization, and contraception of the human race is concerned.
Warren Buffett: No project too controversial
At the top of the list is Warren Buffett, who may be the single largest funder of abortion in human history. Just this year Buffett gave away a total of some $4.6 billion, a substantial chunk of which will wind up in the coffers of the abortion industry.
Warren Buffett’s business accomplishments are impressive enough. Beginning with an antiquated New England textile mill, the billionaire nonagenarian has built Berkshire-Hathaway, Inc., into a publicly traded monolith that is the majority shareholder in Coca-Cola, Dairy Queen, and numerous other companies ranging from newspapers to candies.
And Buffett, both Chairman of the Board and majority shareholder of Berkshire-Hathaway, has been careful to maintain absolute control as his investment vehicle picked up speed. It is no wonder that “the Oracle of Omaha” is idolized by Wall Street as a financial genius.
Although Warren Buffett was notoriously tight-fisted for decades–he once denied a loan to his own daughter – he throws his money away like confetti in pursuit of hard-edged, even fanatical, population control.
And he’s been doing it for a long, long time.
Most people don’t know that it was Warren Buffett, back in 1994, who provided the seed money to develop the deadly abortion drug, RU-486. The money went to the Population Council, the chief U.S. promoter of the drug, and was used to fund the clinical trials of RU-486 that led to its later legalization by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Another very early grant of $2 million went to North Carolina’s Family Health International (FHI) for an equally questionable drug, quinacrine hydrochloride. Originally developed as an anti-malarial drug, quinacrine has in recent years been used to perform chemical sterilizations on women. Inserted into the upper part of the uterus, the quinacrine hydrochloride tablets dissolve to form a powerful acid which burns away the lining of the upper uterus and fallopian tubes. The resulting scarring usually renders a woman sterile. If her fallopian tubes are not completely blocked, any babies she subsequently conceives cannot implant.
Family Health International (FHI) initiated testing of quinacrine as a sterilization agent as early as 1976. But it has never been approved by the FDA for use in the U.S. That hasn’t stopped Buffett from funding its use in other countries.
The Vietnamese government has sterilized tens of thousands of poor women using this method, many without their foreknowledge or consent. Recent reports suggest that ethic minorities, such as the Hmong and Montagnard, were specifically targeted. Although quinacrine sterilizations have been banned in India, New Delhi newspapers report that more than 30,000 impoverished, illiterate women have been subjected to the painful procedure. Informed consent is often lacking, and follow up care is nonexistent.
Another one of Buffett’s favorite charities is International Projects Assistance Services (IPAS). IPAS is the principal manufacturer and distributor of the manual vacuum aspirators, or MVAs, used by the UN Population Fund, and other groups.
This deadly device is actually a manually operated suction pump that is used around the world to abort very small babies. When the tip is inserted into the uterus, and the operator pulls the plunger on the syringe, enough vacuum is created at the tip to suck the a baby right out of her mother’s womb.
Nor is IPAS’s abortion advocacy an anomaly. A list of Buffett’s charitable contributions read like a veritable rogue’s gallery of abortion promoters and providers. Such groups as the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) – now masquerading as “Reproductive Freedom for All” – the Center for Reproductive Rights, and Pathfinder International figure prominently. And in a particularly nasty twist, his funding to Planned Parenthood is specifically earmarked to enable particular clinics around the country to perform abortions.
In recent years, determined to give away his fortune before his death, his funding of population control has accelerated. What would possess a man of obvious intelligence and untold wealth to spend billions of dollars to finance aggressive programs of sterilization and abortion? To put it even more bluntly, why is Warren Buffett obsessed with ridding the globe of “excess” baby humans?
His biographer, Roger Lowenstein, reports that Buffett has “a Malthusian dread that overpopulation (will) aggravate problems in all other areas – such as food, housing, even human survival.” And Buffett not only rejected, but developed a strong antipathy to, his parent’s Christianity.
So Buffett lounges in his office in Omaha, sipping cherry Cokes and plotting billion-dollar investment strategies, while thousands of poor women around the world are, or have their babies sucked out of their wombs by manual vacuum aspirators that he has helped provide.
It is sad that this Midas-like character, so blessed with material goods, should take so misanthropic a view of the people with whom he shares the planet, and from whose existence he profits. Even if he doesn’t recognize Africans or Indians as fellow creatures of God, surely he knows that they are tremendous consumers of Coke.
 “The Buffett Foundation has helped finance research on the abortion pill, RU-486,” “https://www.fas.harvard.edu/~jtownsen/zpg-boston/turner.html“
 “The availability of safe, effective and acceptable technologies for pregnancy termination is an important component of women’s reproductive health [sic]. Approximately 1.5 million abortions are performed annually in the United States, making legal induced abortion the most frequently performed, and one of the safest, surgical procedures in this country. Despite the documented safety of the procedure, many women have limited access to abortion services because of logistical, administrative, legislative and social obstacles. A recent survey by the Alan Guttmacher Institute found that 84 percent of counties in the United States have no abortion provider, limiting access for many poor or adolescent women and for women living in rural areas (Forrest and Henshaw, 1993).
This document examines the usefulness of an array of technologies to offer early abortion services [sic]; to expand access to services; and to increase women’s satisfaction with the services they receive. Specific focus will be given to how manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) can be used as a convenient and acceptable [sic] early abortion alternative and an effective back-up technology to medical abortion.” “Early Abortion Services: New Choices for Providers and Women,” by Judith Winkler, MEd; Paul D. Blumenthal, MD, MPH; Forrest C. Greenslade, PhD, Advances in Abortion Care
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 https://www.plannedparenthood.org/ABORTION/Default.htm Buffett money has enabled dozens of Planned Parenthood clinics to add abortion services.