Abortion access is an essential part of the World Economic Forum’s vision for the future, as was made clear during the panel discussion on the second day.
“Narenda Modi is the first prime minister of India to have pushed through both houses of parliament medical abortion for women over 24 weeks without a peep from any other man in Indian politics,” India’s Family Minister for Women and Child Development Smriti Irani proudly proclaimed Tuesday during a panel discussion titled Gender Parity for Economic Recovery.
“Abortion” and “reproductive health” were among the euphemisms used in the discussion to describe the killing of the unborn.
Gabriela Bucher, executive director of the pro-abortion, pro-contraception charity Oxfam International, delivered the usual woke, neo-Marxist arguments in her statement. Bucher advocated for a “wealth tax,” calling it a “feminist concept” because “most billionaires, as you know, are predominantly white men, and that’s actually the system that’s patriarchal and neocolonial and perpetuates that inequality.”
Increased abortion rate means more women in the workforce. An increase in the number of women in management positions makes it impossible for them to have a regular family life. This is exactly the aim of the WEF and the gloablists who work for it.
“Of course, it’s beneficial for companies to advocate for contraception and abortion so that women can stay employed and continue to pay taxes to the state instead of having children and raising them at home,” Andreas Wailzer commented on LifeSiteNews.