U.K. equips 10-year-olds with long-term birth control [Excerpts]
While organizations such as the United Nations promote sexual options for children in Europe and the U.K., many Third World countries oppose having those values forced on them.
In the United Kingdom, girls as young as ten years old are being injected with long-term contraceptive implants at the expense of taxpayers. Brian Clowes of Human Life International [says that] while the health impact on little girls isn't known, manufacturers do list side effects for adults.
“You can see a list of more than 50 major side effects,” he says. “Everything from deep vein thrombosis, blood clots, death, growing hair all over the body, and so on. I just find it ridiculous. We're against steroid use in sports but we're willing to pump our little ten-year-old girls full of steroids like this.
The United Nations and groups associated with it are pushing the agenda even further.
“They're [essentially] saying Kids have the right to sex education, and if we're going to educate them about sex, of course then we have to give them condoms, we have to give them birth control without their parents knowing about it,’” he remarks. “And then they turn around and say But this won't increase sexual behavior. And that is as stupid as saying we will give kids the keys to the car, but it won't increase driving behavior.”
The program has been spread throughout much of Europe and also into Third World countries, where moral values are much more in line with the Bible than in Europe and the United States. Clowes says many of those countries are tired of having conflicting sexual and moral values pushed on them.