PRO-LIFE GROUP SAYS ….DONT' BUY HP INK CARTRIDGES !

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PRO-LIFE GROUP SAYS ….DONT' BUY HP INK CARTRIDGES !

 user 2008-12-12 at 11:18:20 am Views: 67
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    http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/dec/08121003.html
    Hewlett Foundation Giving Millions to Planned Parenthood – Don’t buy Their Ink Cartridges Says Pro-life Leader
    The
    Hewlett Foundation has announced $125.1 million in new grants to 214
    organizations. First and foremost among the beneficiaries is
    International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF), for whom Hewlett
    cut the largest check by far, granting $8.3 million to support
    worldwide abortion.Of the Menlo Park-based foundation’s six program
    areas, the most money went toward “population” issues, specifically
    supporting family planning and AIDS prevention worldwide.  In all, the
    foundation’s “Population Program” gave $31.8 million to 38
    organizations dealing with global population issues. The International
    Planned Parenthood Federation, based in London, claimed over a quarter
    of the sum to support its radical agenda.

    IPPF is the world’s
    most powerful abortion provider, and has explicitly stated its mission
    to aggressively dismantle pro-life law and culture around the globe.
    (http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/nov/08112808.html)  Last year
    IPPF received over $115 million in grants from individual nations, the
    European Commission, UN agencies like the United Nations Population
    Fund (UNFPA), and various foundations.

    LifeSiteNews.com has
    also reported on the Packard Foundation’s funding of the abortion
    movement (see: http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2000/mar/00032702.html
    and http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2000/mar/00032702.html ).Jim Hughes
    of Campaign Life Coalition said that the best method for pro-lifers to
    confront Hewlett on their support for abortion is to attack the
    “slender thread” upon which the technology giant Hewlett-Packard bases
    its financial survival: ink cartridges.

    Pro-lifers who use
    Hewlett-Packard (HP) printers can send a message by investing in a new
    printer from another company, he said, but those who keep their old
    printers would be able to make a very significant impact by choosing to
    purchase refurbished ink cartridges.  HP makes no profit from
    refurbished cartridges.”If Hewlett Packard were whacked with laser beam
    precision right where it hurts financially for putting itself so firmly
    behind abortion supporters, that would have an impact on their thinking
    and actions,” said Hughes.”A sudden lurch the wrong direction (down) in
    the financial bedrock would be a tremendous blow, fiscally and
    psychologically.  People at the top would notice, they’d want to know
    why, and they would do the research necessary to figure it out; they
    would learn.”