By Jonathon Van Maren
The World Health Organization (WHO) is a special agency of the United Nations tasked with international public health and states that its main objective is “the attainment by all peoples of the highest possible level of health.”
In recent years, their main objective has been something quite different: The legalization of abortion around the world throughout all nine months of pregnancy, from conception until birth.
A new WHO document recommends “full decriminalisation of abortion” and the scrapping of laws and regulations that “prohibit abortion based on gestational limits” and “restrict abortion” on any grounds.
In fact, according to a recent report by the Mail on Sunday, the WHO has just called for the removal of all restrictions on abortion:
The WHO’s ‘Abortion Care Guideline’ published this month — six years after the MoS revealed the Royal College of Midwives was pushing for the same policy — also recommends that governments:
Allow abortion under all circumstances — ruling out laws banning terminations because the foetus is the ‘wrong’ sex;
Stop women requiring approval from a doctor or nurse to have a termination;
Roll out ‘pills by post’ schemes so that women can be sent abortion medication after a phone call;
Curtail medical professionals’ rights to refuse to take part in abortions on conscience grounds.
This is extraordinarily radical by every measure. According to the United Nations’ health wing — the world’s most influential public health organization — women should be allowed to procure abortions at any point — after the child is viable outside the womb, when a premature delivery would simply mean medical care. Additionally, the WHO wants women to get abortion pills delivered to their doorsteps by postmen and wants to force medical professionals to participate in the destruction of innocent human life.
The UN, predictably, welcomed this advice, stating that laws protecting babies in the womb constitute “unnecessary policy barriers to safe abortion” without acknowledging that abortion is never safe for the child in question — in fact, the 210-page WHO document does not mention the ethical objections to abortion — even late-term abortion — a single time. Instead, it calls for “full decriminalisation of abortion” as well as any laws that “prohibit abortion based on gestational limits.”
But at least the WHO has remained politically correct while advocating for murder: they were sure to point out that laws protecting pre-born human life violate the rights of “women, girls or other pregnant persons.”
As it turns out, the document is largely a product of the abortion industry.