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Author Topic: WHO and Natural or Artificial Births of Human Beings (+ a Web Petition)  (Read 1236 times)
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« on: November 03, 2016, 12:44:27 AM »


A very Serious Bio-Ethical Issue, of great potential importance for Humankind, i.e. the choice between Natural Births of Human Beings, or the Opening of a  Dangerous "Pandora Box" by preparing a way to allow, for the 1st Time in History, Massive Artificial Births controlled by Technocrars, under any Pretext, seems to be affected by an attempt currently pushed by some through the World Health Organisation, to Change the Traditional Definition of "Infertility".

Here are the "CitizenGO" Explanations, (send to us an others these Days), with a Chance for People to have a Say, among others, also via a Petition currently circulating at the World Wide Web, which is addressed to the WHO :



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Definition of infertility
01/11/2016 17:36
De:  Caroline Craddock | CitizenGO
petitions@citizengo.org

The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering an absurd change to their definition of infertility. The new standard would give every individual the “right to reproduce,” including same-sex couples and single men and women.

Until now, the WHO has correctly defined infertility as “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.”

By changing the definition to include same-sex couples and single individuals, the WHO would step out of the realm of health affairs and into the realm of social affairs.

Sign here: http://www.citizengo.org/en/fm/38168-who-declares-same-sex-couples-and-single-individuals-will-soon-be-classified-infertile

One of the authors of the new definition, Dr David Adamson, argued that the new standard is "written in such a way that it includes the rights of all individuals to have a family, and that includes single men, single women, gay men, gay women.” He continued, "It puts a stake in the ground and says an individual's got a right to reproduce whether or not they have a partner. It's a big change.”

Not only is this change obviously absurd, but it also present a danger to women and children. This new standard would encourage countries to legalize commercial surrogacy. According to Jonathan Montgomery, Professor of Health Care Law at University College London, “Because wanting to have children would be defined as a disability, it could well strengthen the case of gay couples to be allowed access to commercial surrogates.”

This radical decision by the WHO would disregard medical fact and biological reality for the sake of “political correctness.” Sign this petition to tell the WHO to respect the facts and stick to a medically correct definition of infertility.

Sign here: http://www.citizengo.org/en/fm/38168-who-declares-same-sex-couples-and-single-individuals-will-soon-be-classified-infertile

As Josephine Quintavalle, from Comment on Reproductive Ethics, correctly explains: “This absurd nonsense is not simply re-defining infertility but completely side-lining the biological process and significance of natural intercourse between a man and a woman.”

The WHO sets global health standards, and any change in definition would place negative pressure on countries around the world. We must act now to tell the World Health Organization that citizens around the globe disagree with this change.

Sincerely,

Caroline Craddock and the entire CitizenGO team

Thank you!
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The World Health Organization is considering an absurd change to their definition of infertility.

Until now, the WHO has defined infertility as “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.” This definition is medically sound.

The new definition—which would give every individual the “right to reproduce,” including same-sex couples and single men and women—is medically incorrect and politically motivated.

Please join us in asking the WHO to stick to a medically correct definition of infertility and respect the natural biological process of reproduction. 
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