By Carlos Beltramo and Carlos Polo, Population Research Institute On April 26, 2007, the Mexican Congress decriminalized abortion. This outcome was the result of 40 years of pressure—and tens of millions in funding—from the U.S.-based population control establishment. But this decision did not mark the end of this ideological colonization, but only its beginning. In …Continue reading "Mexico’s Abortion Cartel"
By Tierin-Rose Mandelburg Just your daily dose of people celebrating the idea of killing more babies. On Wednesday, Mexico’s Supreme Court decriminalized abortion, ruling that national laws that ban the practice are unconstitutional and violate women’s rights before throwing out all federal criminal penalties. “The First Chamber of the Court ruled that the legal system that …Continue reading "Mexico Decriminalizes Abortion, Pro-Aborts Celebrate"
Mexico’s top court voted to decriminalize abortion for ‘people with the capacity to gestate’ in a case of blatant judicial activism. By Jonathon Van Maren In 2020, Mexico’s Supreme Court rejected the decriminalization of abortion by a wide margin, voting against it four to one. In a surprise ruling in September 2021, the judges voted unanimously to declare …Continue reading "Mexico’s Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion in woke activist ruling compared to Roe v. Wade"