anti-life, anti-family homosexualist forces
continue to push for reproductive health,
contraceptives and sex education in the
Philippines. This is their global agenda.
They will not stop until they have forced
their corrupt lifestyle upon our nation.
they will use more of mind conditioning
to foster behavior change in adopting
a contraceptive mentality. They will
market the contraceptive lifestyle as
contributing to a better quality of
life. Yeah, right. Just look at the
quality of life in the western nations
-- broken marriages, family disintegration,
teen-age pregnancies, rampant STDs,
proliferation of pornography, degradation
of women as sex instruments, increase
in abortions, sickening gay lifestyles.
Thank you very much, but you can keep
your sicko lifestyle to yourself.
Ona? Kasali ka rin? You are then a traitor
to Filipino values, faith and culture.
Ikaw, Ivanhoe, are certainly not a noble
knight. Your work will contribute to
having more damsels in distress. At
ikaw, PNoy? You want to be like Obama?
You have the same mantra of change?
Let us change for the better, not for
true Filipinos, not the brown lackeys
who revel in being dominated and used
by their western colonial masters, resist
the onslaught of evil that is reproductive
health, contraception and valueless
sex education. Evil? Yes, that is what
it is, no matter how much they try to
market or media manage it. Even as it
will come in an attractive package,
it will still be full of stink inside.
USAID Pushes Social Marketing
of Contraceptives in Philippines
Thaddeus M. Baklinski
September 2, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com)
- The Philippine
government is implementing a new marketing
scheme developed by the US Agency for
International Development (USAID) to
push contraceptives on the largely Catholic
population of the country.
“May Plano Ako (I Have Plans)"
program was put together by USAID's
Health Promotion and Communication Project
Health (PRO) and endorsed by the Department
of Health (DoH) and Health Secretary
Enrique Ona, according to Dr. Ivanhoe
Escartin, head of the Philippine National
Center for Health Promotion (NCHP).
and the National Center for Health Promotion
plan to use “strategic communication
to enhance family planning and maintain
behavior change among targeted
market segments in the Philippines.”
to market contraceptives to the population
includes the training of 1,300 nurses
and over 5,000 "village health
workers" to sell the contraceptive
mentality by means of “interpersonal
communication and counseling on family
planning, and maternal and child health.”
strategy builds on the understanding
that encouraging individuals or couples
to use family planning is a process,
involving distinct audiences that need
different messages and approaches,”
the NCHP's strategy paper titled “Family
Planning Behavior Change Communication
alone is not enough to bring about behavior
change among any audience. Instead,
the strategy is based on a multilevel,
synchronized and holistic marketing
approach to family planning,”
the document says, with a focus on "increasing
modern contraceptive use through demand
generation," and "repackaging
or selling the concept of family planning
as a lifestyle that contributes to better
quality of life."
pro-life and pro-family advocates, as
well as the Catholic Bishops Conference
of the Philippines (CBCP), point to
devastation caused by the promotion
of artificial birth control, abortifacient
contraceptives, abortion, sterilization,
Angel Lagdameo, President of the Catholic
Bishops Conference of the Philippines,
has said, "The subtle attacks on
family and conjugal morality through
legislations that promote artificial
methods of birth control are couched
in attractive but
deceptive terminologies like Reproductive
Health Care, population management,
anti-discrimination of women and children,
reproductive rights and patients' rights."
He also pointed out that poverty is
not caused by overpopulation, but by
misuse of public funds.
Rene Bullecer, Human Life International's
Country Director for the Philippines,
pointed out that "the US Government
through USAID finds it now very easy
to push their anti-life agenda to the
Philippines with minimal pressure for
the reason that the current Filipino
administration under President
Aquino is a known ally of President
Obama, and a pro-choice advocate himself."
Bullecer noted that during a recent
interview he posed the question: "after
36 years of US-initiated population
control programs (from 1974 to present),
are you now ecomomically well-off? Or
can we say now that we are richer or
more stable than 30 or 20 years ago?
The answer is no. So
why allow ourselves to be dictated to
by a foreign nation whose main goal
is to destroy or culture, our faith
could not imagine how many hundreds
of thousands of women died in the last
3 decades before reaching the age of
65 as a result of the untold complications
of IUDs, injectables and OCPs, which
includes heart attack, hypertension,
liver cancers, breast and cervical cancers
among others," Dr. Bullecer said.
a counterstroke to USAID's contraceptives
marketing plan, the Catholic Bishops
Conference of the Philippines is promoting
natural family planning (NFP) methods
as an alternative to the artificial
contraceptive methods advocated by the
government's reproductive health bill.
Archdiocese of Cagayan de Oro has launched
an NFP public awareness campaign with
the introduction of two books.
Antonio Ledesma said the first book,
titled “Natural Family Planning:
Values, Issues and Practices,”
which contains a compilation of articles
about the issue of NFP, "gives
the values formation of the Church and
also simplified methods like the standard
days method.” The other publication,
he added, is the trainer's manual aimed
at “teaching NFP for potential
trainers and counsel providers.”
Leah Pealago, an NFP coordinator, said
the books are products of the archdiocese’s
three-year NFP program.
found that almost 3,000 couples (in
our diocese) are now users of NFP. There’s
a growing number of people that are
really interested in promoting this,”
Pealago said in a CBCP press
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to me to live is Christ, and to die is
gain." (Phil 1:21)