This might not be the world view that you're looking for - consider moving along :D
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is an independent U.S. federal government agency that partners with groups worldwide to build infrastructure, promote global health, and offer humanitarian assistance
That all sounds good until you know that it's little more than Orwellian newspeak. But what does it really mean? (Renegade cocks the hammer...)https://duckduckgo.c...forced+sterilization
(I lied... I'm firing fully automatic here...)
USAID SUPPORTING FORCED STERILIZATION IN PERU? | LifeSiteNews.com
...(PRI) which has found evidence that the Peruvian government is using money from the US Agency for International Development (USAID) for forced sterilization of women.
Justice delayed for Peru victims of forced sterilization | Fox News
22, 2011- Aurelia Paccohuanca talks during an interview in Lima, Peru. Paccohuanca, who heads the Association of Women Affected by Forced Sterilization in Cuzco...
USAID Supported Fujimori Sterilization Campaign; Seeks to Cover-Up...
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) joined forces with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to support Peru's Sterilizations took place in filthy, USAID-funded clinics.
Compulsory sterilization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This statement comes in reference to some charges of forced sterilization and abortions in Linyi city of ^ "USAID Testimony: House International Relations Committee, Subcommittee on International...
U.S.-U.K. Foreign Aid Tied to India's Forced Sterilization Campaign | Daily...
"British aid has not been used for forced sterilization now or in the past," a DFID A spokesman for USAID, Alex Glass, said it is "committed to improving the health of vulnerable people in India.
Rwanda Forced Sterilization Bill Sparks Controversy
Lisa Graas » USAID Poised to Launch Nationwide Sterilization Campaign in Rwanda. Cry for Freedom in Rwanda: Stand up Against Forced Sterilization in Rwanda.
Then there's Uzbekistan and Thailand as well...
This is "health care" and "humanitarian aid".
Is it any wonder that the BMG Foundation needs significant support from the media to create a positive image?
When you start to look behind the scenes, you see that these kinds of organizations are all highly interconnected and networked.
I should give fair warning though... Digging up information on this topic is a bit harder than other topics. It's not well reported on. The doctors that have tried to blow the whistle have been marginalized and ignored.