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Obianuju Ekeocha Calls out Melinda Gates for Turning up the Heat of Population Control in Africa Comments

We are thirsty and they give us condoms! We are hungry and they offer us contraceptive pills! We are sick and they offer us the most modern techniques of abortion! We are naked and they lead us into the arms of sexual hedonism! We are imprisoned by poverty and they offer us sexual liberation! Silent tears roll down for Africa in a modern world that can neither see our pain nor hear our cry for help.We mourn deeply for the destructive seeds of ... Continue Reading

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  1. Kathy
    1 year ago

    They claim that Melinda Gates is promoting sexual liberty. Let's face it, these women will have sex, and reproduce regardless..whether of their free will..or against it. The Catholic church needs to promote what we believe to be the parameters of within the confines of marriage. I really don't think there is an answer. I would hate to see a single mother strapped with 8 kids, and no way to take care of them. Many left to die, in a very cruel way. You can't tell me that is God's plan either.

  2. michael
    1 year ago

    Ms. Gates is a Roman Catholic. Has her pastor or bishop warned her either in private and even publicly? Again, we see the silence of the shepherd on display.

  3. Bill Sr.
    1 year ago

    Dear brothers and sister of the Faith please add this to your reading list:

    These are the same people who have been able to sell their morally sterile "educational programs" like Common Core Curriculum to the governors and our own bishops who have taken the bait of federal assistance to "upgrade" our children's knowledge and prepare them for the brave new world the elitists have in mind for America. The words of Christ ring clear for us today when He questions, if on his return, will He find faith among His people?

  4. Tom
    1 year ago

    Mrs. Gates brings the plans of the devil with her wherever she goes. I pray that she will have a change of heart, and stop promoting the culture of death. What a horrible experience for the African people.

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