The prolific propaganda machine has been effective in creating illusions which serve to counter the realities we all see with our own eyes.
Frequently I’m attacked for criticizing priests and nuns who are manifestly “good people.” The difficulty is that priests and nuns are caught in a wrenching…
Daring exposé of a largely secret but powerful opposition to controlling population growth and establishing a sustainable society by the Vatican.
Milton P. Siegel, who for 24 years was the assistant director-general of the World Health Organization, reveals the Vatican's control of WHO policy.
Since the days of Margaret Sanger, the Church has ordered members to infiltrate population organizations.
The Church, from the beginning, was concerned with "out-reproducing" other groups. Sex, to some extent, became a concern on those grounds.
Halting of population growth control is far more important to the Vatican than Spain ever was and control of the press is critical.
The Vatican exercises eight kinds of power—all of which have been used and have proved effective in opposing social issues in the United States.
If the Catholic Church is not the only important opposition to population growth control, it is, at least, the most significant opposition.
The principle of papal infallibility is now the fundamental principle of the Church. It is the glue that holds all dogma, all Church teachings, together.