July 06, 2021
In the European Parliament, a progressive lobby linked to the International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF), seeks to discredit pro-life Christian organizations by calling them “religious extremists” allegedly committed “to rolling back human rights in matters of sexuality. and reproduction â.
The European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (EPF) is a lobby determined to have abortion recognized as a âhuman rightâ around the world.
His last crusade: to discredit the pro-life organizations present on the Old Continent, and try as best they can to make their voice heard in Strasbourg or Brussels.
To achieve this goal, the EPF published, in mid-June 2021, an investigative report entitled âTip of the Iceberg: Religious Extremist Funders against Human Rights for Sexuality and Reproductive Health in Europe 2009-2018â.
The document, signed by Neil Datta, secretary of the organization, claims to be a comprehensive account of “fifty-four European actors funding anti-gender actions and the main channels through which religious extremists raise funds.”
The report, which weaves a semantic conspiracy, paints a picture of a “transnational galaxy of religious extremists and like-minded far-right actors”.
Note that the EPF is largely funded by George Soros and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: that is to say that the hospital has never laughed so much at charity.
Within a chapter devoted to the Catholic Church, the document directs its criticisms against the Holy See, the Commission of Episcopal Conferences of the European Union (COMECE), even certain personalities such as Cardinal Christoph SchÃ¶nborn, whose overtures in favor of the LGBT movement were not considered sufficient by the censors of the Parliamentary Forum.
A few days after the publication of its report, the EPF proposed to put to the vote of the MEPs an amendment aimed at removing pro-life organizations from the “transparency register” of the European Union (EU), on the pretext that they “work for the decline of women’s rights.
This register is a database listing the organizations which intervene de jure within the framework of the legislative process and the implementation of the policies of the European institutions. It highlights the interests defended, by whom and with what budgets.
If the deputies decided in the near future to remove pro-life organizations from the transparency register, this would amount to establishing a real blacklist against them: unheard of.
The last straw is that the EPF announces on its website that it is financially supported by the Commission. But, there is no trace of the organization in the financial transparency register.
Two parliamentarians therefore questioned the Commission on June 1 to find out whether the case was correct. And, if this funding exists, if the Commission finds it acceptable to fund an organization whose aim is to put pressure on Parliament?
There has been no response to date. Despite everything, the signals coming from Strasbourg are very bad, such as the approval of the Matic report, which wants to make abortion a universal right, and limit – or even eliminate in the long term? – conscientious objection which protects healthcare workers.