Omaha, NE — Warren Buffett’s investment company, Berkshire Hathaway, held its annual stockholders meeting on Saturday, May 3, 2008. Known as the “sugar daddy” to the abortion industry, Warren Buffett is the largest financial contributor to abortion in the world. On hand to greet the over 30,000 in attendance were pro-life activists with Rescue The Heartland and Operation Rescue’s Truth Truck.
Glorifying the “god of money,” two sign trucks could be seen driving around with large photos of Buffett on both sides with trite slogans that read, “My advice: Invest in Yourself” and “What’s a Good Education Worth?” In order to counter this propaganda, Operation Rescue’s Truth Truck was on hand to follow the Buffett trucks and give onlookers an education as to Warren Buffett’s chief investment: baby murder.
Although most in attendance were die hard Buffett supporters who could care less about the lives of innocent pre-born children, there were a number of positive encounters. One man, for example, said he was a Catholic and had no idea of Buffett’s abortion philanthropy. He said he was going to sell his stock first thing Monday morning because of it.
Due to public pressure, on July 3, 2007, Berkshire Hathaway announced that it was ending all corporate charitable donations. However, through his Buffett Foundation, Buffett supports the most radical aspects of the population control movement such as providing $2 million to fund clinical trials of Mifepristone (RU-486). Buffett also provided $2 million to Family Health International for the distribution of quinacrine hydrochloride, a chemical that sterilizes a woman by burning her fallopian tubes. Quinacrine is illegal in the U.S., but is used, often coercively, in Vietnam, India, and other nations.
In the late 1990s, Buffett committed to a $20 million grant to International Projects Assistance Services (IPAS), which manufactures and distributes manual vacuum aspirators, used for performing abortions in the Third World.
Then in 2006, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, two of the richest men in the world and both anti-life fanatics, joined forces to create “an unfathomably large organization” that would continue to work to limit the world’s population through birth control, abortion, and sterilization.
(Article and photo courtesy of Larry Donlan, Rescue the Heartland)