mercredi 24 août 2011

Peru: Alberto Fujimori has sterilized more than 300,000 Peruvian Women in 5 years!



The Committee of Latin America and the Caribbean for the Defense of Women's Rights (CLADEM) filed a complaint with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights against the policy of forced sterilization of Alberto Fujimori between 1995 and 2000.
        
In the 1990s, under President Alberto Fujimori, an anti-birth policy has led to the forced sterilization of more than 300,000 Peruvian women of just over 12 million of Peruvian women.
        
They are exactly 331,600 farmers in the Peruvian Andes or senoras the slums of Lima have been forcibly sterilized between 1990 and 2000 that is to say during the presidency of Alberto Fujimori. This figure was published in a "final report" of the Ministry of Health in 2002.
        
The case came true during the last presidential election and the scandal contributed to the defeat of his daughter Keiko Fujimori, June 5, 2011.

Family planning program advocating voluntary surgical Anticoncept (AQV)!

        
Between 1995 and 2000, as part of a "Plan for Public Health" doctors and civil servants were sent to rural Peru with the objective of reducing the number of births. In exchange, they promised money or rice, but did not explain their "patients" that they could no longer bear children.
        
Some women had free medical consultations, dental care, and even sessions and leave in hair ... sterile. Mostly illiterate, these women had, unbeknownst to them, signed a release allowing doctors to perform their tubal ligation.
Result: many husbands left their home, rejecting a wife become sterile.
        
Alejandro Aguinaga, the health minister at the time, admits that "mistakes" were made, but refuses to acknowledge that this was a deliberate policy. Behind that forced sterilization was hiding a shameful political objective: "Destroy the areas supporting the people's war led by the Communist Party of Peru."
        
In fact this policy was an outrageous response to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), who considered it essential to reduce the birth rate in Peru.
        
Determined to reduce the force of poverty in Peru, Alberto Fujimori, who launched into a political antinatalist with the help of the United Nations and many aid groups.
        
In twenty years, only one family was compensated when they were around 2,000 to have complained.
        
March 14, 1998, when the lawyer Giulia Tamayo presents the documentary film in United Nations at New York : "Silence and complicity, violence against women in public health services in Peru", his home was ransacked and all its equipment is carried.

Alberto Fujimori, "El Chino", revered and hated at once!

        
Agronomist of Japanese descent, Alberto Fujimori was born July 28, 1938 in Lima, Peru chaired the July 28, 1990 to November 22, 2000. Taking advantage of a cooperative Congress in Brunei to leave Peru, he fled to Japan where he sends a fax to Lima to announce his resignation. He was replaced by Alejandro Toledo.
        
Accused of murder and violations of human rights and corruption, he spent six years in Japan, before landing in Chile November 6, 2005, where he is extradited to Peru and sentenced in 2009 to 25 years in prison.
        
During the Second World War, the economic success of the Japanese community in Peru, the resentment of the Peruvian population and many Japanese were persecuted and sent to concentration camps in the United States ...
        
Over 600 Japanese were killed during the ransacked their small businesses. Many fled Peru and Japan despite the confiscation of their tire repair shop, the family remained Fujimori in Lima. Alberto studied at the School of Merced, and Alfonso Ugarte in college, where he came first in his class.
        
After obtaining his degree in agronomy at the University of La Molina National Agrarian he was appointed professor of mathematics before being appointed Rector of the University Agraria La Molina and was twice president of the National Peruvian University Rectors (Asamblea Nacional de Rector).
        
In 1990, one that will be known as "El Chino" and was considered the candidate of the poor Indians, Métis (people of mixed Indian ancestry and white), blacks and people of Asian descent, beating the famous writer and Nobel Prize for literature in 2010, Mario Vargas Llosa of Peru and became president.
        
Thanks to the support of the latter that Keiko Fujimori's daughter, born in 1975 was defeated in the presidential election June 5, 2011 by Ollanta Moises Humala Tasso, who heads Peru.
        
With cancer of the tongue, Alberto Fujimori serve his sentence in prison Barbadillo.


1 commentaire:

  1. Yes, I saw first hand some of the victims of this treatment. They were nearly all from indigenous communties - the most undesired people in Peruvian civil society.
    The policy was racially-motivated therefore. It is a subtle genocide. I hope it has stopped now, but I doubt it.
    Peru has a latent fear that the indigenous population could one day form a majority in the country. They nearly do. That could threaten the balance of power and the european/asian/mestizo elite are concerned.
    Reasons of poverty reduction make no sense. People are the wealth of a nation. Peru is a huge county with less than 30 million. Almost empty!!


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