WHO pushes for abortions in Catholic Latin America
The World Health Organization called for the use of contraception in countries with the Zika virus, and said that women who could become pregnant and feared infection should have access to emergency contraception and pregnancy counseling.”Emergency contraception” is a reference to the abortive morning-after pill and “pregnancy counseling services”, can be understood as including abortion services. Both recommendations contradict the long-term teachings of the Catholic Church.
According to the organization, the increase in the number of children born with microcephaly during the current outbreak of the virus in Latin America is particularly alarming. Currently, the virus covers 23 countries in Central and South America.
The Zika virus, which is carried by mosquitoes, is a disease previously not known to the Western Hemisphere. It is believed that it was introduced to South America during the World Cup in Brazil in 2014 from Africa or Oceania from a popular and artificial version of the virus. Proponents of this view link the spread of the virus with the global elite hatching plans to reduce the population of the Earth.