Undermining the Family
Mandatory vaccination regimes (DNA alteration – sterility, longevity)
La Leche League was established in 1956 as a support group for mothers who chose to breastfeed their babies in a world where it was often not supported, and even actively discouraged.
Today, the La Leche League U.S. website does not even mention the word “mother” in their mission statement, or just about anywhere on their website.
Their signal publication is The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, which has been updated and reprinted seven times since its original publication in 1958. This book is still advertised on the LLL international site, but it has disappeared from the USA site, except for a few mentions in articles.
The Canadian women’s cricket team at the 2024 Women’s T20 World Cup is being called out for fielding a male-born cricket player who identifies as a woman to play as the opening batter for the international competition.
Former Olympic silver medalist Sharron Davies was among those criticizing the decision to qualify 29-year-old Danielle McGahey.
Researchers have created what they’re calling a “textbook image” of a 14-day-old human embryo without using human sperm or eggs. Bioethicists have expressed serious concerns about the research and its potential to create, manipulate, and destroy human life.
A surrogate mother is a woman who carries a baby to full term on behalf of someone else. The surrogate mother’s own eggs can be used, fertilized by a sperm from a male donor (intended father), or a couple’s own egg and sperm can be implanted artificially into a woman who will carry the baby to term.
Economically, there are two types of surrogacy, Commercial Surrogacy whereby the woman is paid a fee for the service of carrying the child, or Altruistic Surrogacy where a woman volunteers to be a surrogate mother with no financial compensation, except for medical expenses arising during the pregnancy. Canada, the UK and Australia prohibit commercial surrogacy, but Canada permits altruistic surrogacy…
No International Standards
It is shocking that there are no international standards for surrogacy. Laws differ from country to country and, in the US, from state to state. For example, Idaho, formerly known for its potatoes and rugged landscape, is now also known as the unofficial capital for surrogacy in the US. This is due to its lack of regulations on surrogacy which creates a “wild west”, with no legal certainty about surrogate contracts. This may soon change as a bill is currently under consideration to regulate the practice.
A study conducted at the University of Texas blames ‘traditional masculine views’ for why men purchase fewer EVs than other modes of transportation.
The West Australian’s recent front-page story ignites controversy for implying all white boys could grow up to be violent.The West Australian newspaper’s fight against domestic violence was slammed for going too far when it plastered the image of a white boy on its front page with the headline “How we stop this kid from becoming a monster”.
The article was about a plan to teach respectful relationships to children in schools in a bid to arrest skyrocketing levels of violence against women in the community.
Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) teacher Paolo De Buono will be depriving himself of food to demonstrate against Ontario’s Catholic sexual education curriculum.
“Based on what I’ve seen, a few days without hitting the drive-thru won’t do him any harm,” tweeted Quillette associate editor Jonathan Kay on Tuesday.
Parents in Pakistan who refuse to get their children vaccinated against infectious diseases could be jailed or fined under a new law introduced in Sindh province.
The introduction of the legislation is an attempt to eradicate polio, which is endemic in Pakistan, but will cover vaccines for diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough (pertussis), measles, mumps and rubella.
Parents who do not allow their children to be vaccinated could be sentenced to a month in prison and fined 50,000 Pakistani rupees (£130).
The law, the first of its kind in the country, was signed last week and will come into force this month.
Bill Gates has acquired 1.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch Inbev through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation trust during the second quarter of this year. The billionaire may have made the investment on the hopes that the company can get past its Bud Light fiasco, or he may think its new brand image fits with his infamous reputation as an “office bully” and friend of Jeffrey Epstein.