Nairobi, 04 December, 2023 / 9:54 pm (ACI Africa).
Henry Kissinger, the American diplomat and politician who died on November 28 aged 100 will be remembered as the man who inhibited pro-life initiatives globally, including in a number of African countries.
The Director of Education and Research at HAI, Dr. Brian Clowes, has studied the ongoing impact of the report, which the U.S-based pro-life organization describes as the genesis of the global population control agenda.
The top-secret document from the United States National Security Council titled “National Security Study Memorandum” (NSSM) was completed in 1974. The NSSM-200 was commonly referred to as the “Kissinger Report,” having been written under his direction as the U.S. Secretary of State.
In Zambia and in Nigeria, for instance, refusal to legalize sodomy and homosexuality, respectively, had long-lasting repercussions for the two African countries, Dr. Clowes says in a report that HAI sent to ACI Africa on December 2.