The Vietnamese government has sterilised tens of thousands of poor women using this method, many without their foreknowledge or consent. Recent reports suggest that ethic minorities, such as the Hmong and Montagnard, were specifically targeted. Although quinacrine sterilizations have been banned in India, New Delhi newspapers report that more than 30,000 impoverished, illiterate women have been subjected to the painful procedure.
Another one of Buffett’s favourite 'charities' is International Projects Assistance Services (IPAS). IPAS is the principal manufacturer and distributor of the manual vacuum aspirators, or MVAs, used by the UN Population Fund, and other groups.
This deadly device is actually a manually operated suction pump that is used around the world to abort very small babies. When the tip is inserted into the uterus, and the operator pulls the plunger on the syringe, enough vacuum is created at the tip to suck the a baby right out of her mother’s womb.
A list of Buffett’s charitable contributions is a rogue’s gallery of abortion promoters and providers. Such groups as the National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) – now masquerading as “Reproductive Freedom for All” – the Center for Reproductive Rights, and Pathfinder International figure prominently. His funding to Planned Parenthood is specifically earmarked to enable particular clinics around the country to perform abortions.
In recent years, determined to give away his fortune before his death, his funding of population control has accelerated. What would possess a man of obvious intelligence and untold wealth to spend billions of dollars to finance aggressive programs of sterilization and abortion? To put it even more bluntly, why is Warren Buffett obsessed with ridding the globe of “excess” baby humans?
His biographer, Roger Lowenstein, reports that Buffett has “a Malthusian dread that overpopulation (will) aggravate problems in all other areas – such as food, housing, even human survival.” But it is also important to understand that Buffett not only rejected, but developed a strong antipathy to, his parents' Christianity.
You have to wonder if his astounding success in business isn't down to some sort of pact, whereby he agreed to promote the mass butchery of babies in return for worldly success. Is that a whiff of sulphur in the air?