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10/24/2013 (1 year ago)

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Las autodenominadas Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir (CDD), una organizaci贸n de fachada creada en Estados Unidos para promover el aborto, ha lanzado una campa艅a exigiendo que se retire al Vaticano de la Organizaci贸n de Naciones Unidas (ONU).

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By ACI/EWTN Noticias

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

10/24/2013 (1 year ago)

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WASHINGTON D.C. (ACI/EWTN Noticias) -Con su campa艅a "See Change" (juego de palabras en ingl茅s que significa al mismo tiempo "ver cambio" y "cambiar sede"), las CDD buscan frenar lo que considera "obstruccionismo" de la Santa Sede ante las pol铆ticas de anticonceptivos, aborto, y de promoci贸n del estilo de vida homosexual que promueven.

En una columna publicada en el diario estadounidense The Washington Post, el presidente de las Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir, Jon O'Brien, reconoci贸 que su campa艅a busca que el Papa "Francisco y sus representantes en todo el mundo se quiten del camino" en los temas de "sexo, relaciones y salud reproductiva".

Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir se ha unido en su ataque contra el Vaticano con el Center for Reproductive Rights y Planned Parenthood, due艅a de la cadena de cl铆nicas abortistas m谩s grande del mundo.

Al respecto, Austin Ruse, presidente de C-FAM (Instituto Familia Cat贸lica y Derechos Humanos), con sede en Nueva York y Washington D.C. (Estados Unidos), denunci贸 que la verdadera raz贸n de la campa艅a anticlerical de las Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir "es recaudar dinero".

En un art铆culo publicado en Crisis Magazine, Ruse indic贸 que tras ser reemplazada su anterior presidenta, Frances Kissling, con Jon O'Brien "los fondos comenzaron a secarse y ahora han bajado un 19 por ciento desde que tom贸 el cargo", en 2007.

"偶Ser谩 la campa艅a exitosa? 偶Lograr谩 CDD que se expulse al Vaticano de la ONU? Ni hablar. Ning煤n miembro de la ONU considerar铆a jam谩s una idea tan loca. Pero ese no es el prop贸sito. Adem谩s de conseguir dinero, CDD espera que su peque艅a campa艅a intimide al Vaticano, asuste al Vaticano para callarse, de tal forma que un 'derecho internacional al aborto' pueda avanzar r谩pidamente", asegur贸.

Austin Ruse indic贸 adem谩s que contra lo que promociona en su campa艅a, Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir sabe que la Santa Sede cumple con los requisitos para ser miembro de las Naciones Unidas.

"Hay una Ciudad del Vaticano, despu茅s de todo, que tiene tanto poblaci贸n y un gobierno. Y la Santa Sede intercambia diplom谩ticos con la mayor铆a de Estados Miembros de las Naciones Unidas, y ha intercambiado diplom谩ticos por m谩s tiempo que todos los Estados Miembros, con la posible excepci贸n de China", explic贸.

偶Qui茅nes son Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir?

Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir, organizaci贸n fundada en 1973, tiene un presupuesto anual de alrededor de tres millones de d贸lares, que recauda de organizaciones pro aborto como la Fundaci贸n Ford, la Fundaci贸n William y Flora Hewlett, y la Fundaci贸n MacArthur, as铆 como la Fundaci贸n Playboy, de la conocida revista pornogr谩fica.

Cerca de la mitad de su presupuesto anual est谩 dedicado a la promoci贸n del aborto en Am茅rica Latina, estableciendo oficinas en Per煤, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, M茅xico, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Paraguay, adem谩s de Espa艅a.

En los 煤ltimos diez a艅os ha destinado cerca de 14 millones de d贸lares a sus oficinas en Am茅rica Latina, con el prop贸sito de promover el aborto.

La Iglesia ha expresado repetidamente que CDD no es una organizaci贸n cat贸lica.

El 17 de octubre de este a艅o, la Arquidi贸cesis de Santa Cruz (Bolivia) advirti贸 a los fieles que las Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir es una "organizaci贸n abortista" y que utiliza como "emisario" al falso sacerdote Juli谩n Cruzalta.

En 2009, al iniciar CDD sus actividades en Per煤, ACI Prensa revel贸 que sus integrantes eran miembros de otras organizaciones abortistas como Manuela Ramos.

En esa ocasi贸n, el Presidente de la Comisi贸n Episcopal de Familia y Defensa de la Vida, Mons. Jos茅 Antonio Eguren Anselmi, precis贸 que las CDD son "un frente abortista que recluta preferentemente a personalidades del mundo feminista anticat贸lico".

En 2010, el Obispo de Oruro (Bolivia) y presidente de la Fundaci贸n "Vida y Familia", Mons. Crist贸bal Bialasik, advirti贸 que Cat贸licas por el Derecho a Decidir es "una organizaci贸n abortista estadounidense y que su objetivo principal es eliminar al mayor opositor del mundo contra el aborto, la Iglesia Cat贸lica."

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