Sunday, January 14, 2018

Debt, Charity or Population Control? Trump Designates $55 Million to USAID to “Help” Iraqi Christians


Debt, Charity or Population Control? Trump Designates $55 Million to USAID to “Help” Iraqi Christians

By Julio Severo
The Christian press is hailing efforts of U.S. President Donald Trump to help Christians in Iraq.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) said last week that $55 million of a $75 million tranche of aid money to the U.N. Development Program’s Funding Facility for Stabilization will go to addressing minority groups in areas of northern Iraq retaken from the Islamic State (ISIS).
FoxNews reported, “USAID payment already forwarded to the UNDP fund is to be especially aimed at ‘those who have been victims of atrocities by ISIS.’”
According to USAID’s press release: “The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) have agreed to increase assistance to Iraqis, particularly religious and ethnic minorities, to enable them to return to their homes in areas liberated from ISIS.”
Yet, there are concerns.
“UNDP has been grossly mismanaged, is not transparent, and has deliberately marginalized the genocide that targeted Christian and Yazidi minorities for over the past two years,” observes Nina Shea, head of the Center for Religious Freedom at the Hudson Institute, and a strong critic of the U.N.’s behavior toward the minority refugees.
“What concerns me is that the bulk of the [Trump] money now for the Christians, the vast majority of it, is going to go through the UN,” Shea said.
“I have no confidence in the UNDP,” said she.
Shea is right about UNDP. According to Facts of Life, a pro-life handbook published by Human Life International (HLI) and written by Dr. Brian Clowes, the United Nations Development Programme has partnerships with pro-abortion groups, including the International Planned Parenthood Federation.
Yet, USAID also deserves no confidence as far as population control is involved.
In a HLI article, Clowes said,
“The United States National Security Council is the highest decision-making body on foreign policy in the United States. On December 10, 1974, it promulgated a top secret document entitled National Security Study Memorandum 200, also called The Kissinger Report. Its subject was ‘Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests.’ This document, published shortly after the first major international population conference in Bucharest, was the result of collaboration among the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Departments of State… Although the United States government has issued hundreds of policy papers dealing with various aspects of American national security since 1974, NSSM 200 continues to be the foundational document on population control issued by the United States government. It therefore continues to represent official United States policy on population control.”
NSSM 200, which was issued under a Republican (“conservative” and “right-wing”) administration, presents U.S. strategies to integrate population control measures (called euphemistically as “family planning”) and health and medical services. USAID was actively involved in the elaboration and implementation of NSSM 200, which mentions UNDP as included in its efforts.
What kind of “assistance” two population control agencies (USAID and UNDP) will give Iraqi Christians who survived ISIS? Health services integrated with “family planning”?
The Washington Free Beacon obtained photos of United Nations Development Program projects in Christian and Yazidi towns in northern Iraq, showing “completed” school-rehabilitation projects that amounted to a thin coat of paint on exterior walls with freshly stenciled UNICEF logos every 30 feet.
Inside the building, the rooms remained untouched and unusable, lacking running water, power, and furniture.
Usually, the only thing not lacking in such areas in dire need is population control. Even though there is a lack of everything necessary, there is an abundance of contraceptives, condoms, IUDS, etc.
Do Christians deserve it?
Iraqi Christians
From the U.S. government, Iraqi Christians deserve reparations. In 2016, Republican presidential candidate Trump accused U.S. President Barack Obama of founding the Islamic State terror group.
This is a very serious accusation. If Trump was right, the U.S. government under Obama committed crimes against vulnerable Christians by training, funding and arming ISIS, which raped, tortured and slaughtered Christians.
Iraqi Christians deserve much more than population control “assistance.” They deserve due reparations, including weapons to defend themselves. If the U.S. government under Obama could give arms to ISIS and other Islamic groups to attack Christians, why cannot the U.S. government under Trump give arms to Christians to defend themselves?
On behalf of the U.S. government, Trump owes an official apology to Iraqi Christians and all the victims of ISIS created by Obama. This apology is long overdue.
Population control is not assistance. It is to finish the extermination job ISIS began.
Pro-life leaders should contact Trump and ask a full review of USAID and its “assistance.”
Also, the Trump administration should open America’s doors for Iraqi Christians who survived ISIS. After all, they were victims of an Islamic terror group created by an American president. To welcome them as refugees is much more than charity. It is due reparation.
The U.S. economy has increased under Trump. Why not use a good part of these profits ($7 billion would be a good start) to help ISIS’s victims?
With information from USAID, Christian Post, FoxNews, The Hill, Aleteia and Free Beacon.
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