Hayden Ludwig is director of research for Restoration of America. He specializes in exposing the Left’s dark money trails. Where do they lead back to? Primarily Warren Buffet and Bill Gates.
“Warren Buffet is the single largest funder of abortion in human history,” having given at least $5.3 billion to the abortion industry over the past two decades, Ludwig said.
Similarly, “The Bill Gates Foundation is one of the leading funders of these overseas ‘family planning causes,’ especially through the United Nations … one of the goals of which is to loosen all of the abortion laws in African and Asian countries.”
“One of the ugliest features is, this is all called ‘philanthropy.’ It’s the love of your fellow man by aborting him? Really?”
What this boils down to eugenics, Ludwig says. “Wouldn’t you call it white supremacy when you have a bunch of white Western billionaires who are funding the abortion or extinction or genocide, may we call it, of non-white people in third world countries?”
Marie Stopes International, the Planned Parenthood of the UK, heavily funded by Buffet, bragged to their donors about their illegal abortions in Kenya. Another organization goes to impoverished nations like Burkina-Faso and pays women to experiment on second-trimester abortion drugs. “It’s like Josef Mengele-style experimentation going on in poor countries, and Warren Buffet pays for part of that.”
Pushing Back on Transgender Madness
“Bigot! Transphobe! That’s what those who dare speak out against transgenderism are called. They also run the risk of being ‘canceled,’” noted Ruth Institute President Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D. “But all those scare tactics to keep good people silent are no longer working. Around the world, brave people are pushing back against transgender craziness. And it’s about time.”
In Canada last month, thousands of parents and children held a #1MillionMarch4Children across the country in protest of sexually explicit content and radical gender ideology in schools. Another march is scheduled for October 21.
Last week British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said, “[W]e shouldn’t get bullied into believing that people can be any sex they want to be. They can’t. A man is a man and a woman is a woman — that’s just common sense.”
“That such a high profile world leader is openly speaking an unpopular truth is encouraging,” Morse said.
Closer to home, a federal appeals court recently ruled to uphold Tennessee and Kentucky’s bans on transgender interventions on children, much to the chagrin of the ACLU. These irreversible treatments included puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgeries to mutilate misguided children’s healthy bodies.
More good news: when a Pennsylvania school board allowed boys to use girls’ bathrooms, more than 300 students staged a walkout in protest. The board has since reversed course.
Similarly, in Illinois, when a school created an open bathroom policy, students were told, if they didn’t like it, they could use the single-stall nurse’s bathroom instead. A line for that bathroom formed down the hall, causing students to be late for or miss class. Disciplinary actions for their tardiness did not deter them.
“I invite everyone who cares about the innocence and safety of children to take note,” Morse said. “We don’t need to remain silent. We will not be cowed by the mainstream establishment, the Sexual Revolutionaries, who try to tell us we’re wrong. It is never wrong to protect the souls and bodies of children.”
“In some of these instances, it is the children themselves, taking a stand in their schools, to signal that they’re tired of their privacy and safety being violated. Their parents should be proud. And we should be doing more to encourage brave young people like this.”
“Now is not the time to wring your hands or be silent. Ally yourselves with others like you. Speak the truth on social media without fear. Be a beacon to others,” Morse said.
The Ruth Institute compiled a list of groups helping to protect the innocence of children and the rights of parents. Find your niche and see how you can get involved by reviewing this list of allied organizations.
Children Need Their Parents
Check out this short video of Dr. Morse explaining one of the core elements of the Ruth Institute: Children need their parents. Plain and simple.
Find out why a connection to one’s parents is of upmost importance to the health of children, and of society, with Ruth Institute Core Truth #1.
‘Settled Science’? Anthropologists Don’t Know the Difference Between Men and Women
By Jennifer Roback Morse and Betsy Kerekes October 11, 2023 at National Catholic Register:
The American Anthropological Association (AAA) recently rejected a proposed session from its annual meeting. The board released a statement titled, “No Place for Transphobia in Anthropology: Session Pulled From Annual Meeting Program.” The removed session was called, “Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby: Why Biological Sex Remains a Necessary Analytic Category in Anthropology.”
This incident is one of a growing number of instances in which ideology trumps the free exchange of ideas, open inquiry and the scientific method itself.
The AAA stated:
“The session was rejected because it relied on assumptions that run contrary to the settled science in our discipline.” Those contrary ideas are, “namely, that sex and gender are simplistically binary. … Such efforts contradict scientific evidence.”
In the face of a statement like that, it is fair to ask, what “settled science?” What kind of scientific evidence are we talking about?
Anthropology is the study of humans throughout history. Did these anthropologists all of sudden find out that Lucy was transgender or nonbinary? No. For as long as life has been studied, there have been two and only two sexes — in all mammal species.
The AAA stated:
“Around the world and throughout human history, there have always been people whose gender roles do not align neatly with their reproductive anatomy. There is no single biological standard by which all humans can be reliably sorted into a binary male/female sex classification.”
Some girls are tomboys. Some boys like playing with dolls. On what basis do we conclude that boyish girls are not girls or that boys toward the feminine end of the spectrum are not boys?
The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love. The Ruth Institute’s Founder and President, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives and Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village. Subscribe to our newsletter and YouTube channel to get all our latest news.