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Monday, January 5, 2009

Vatican City, Vatican: Paper claims Pill is known for environmental effects: AFP denies claims, via contraceptives players: despite American studies

(Social Justice South Africa; c.f. Catholic Culture 05/01/2009; Creative Minority Report 05/01/2009)

Article by Marc Aupiais

AFP, has reported that the Vatican's newspaper (it is not the official newspaper, but considered to have weight): L'Osservatore Romano: is reporting that the "Pill", has negative environmental effects: AFP, claims that no study is being quoted, and instantly quotes players in the Contraceptives business: to deny claims, saying that plastics (not mentioned here for pollution caused by such), also have many of the same substances.

The claims by the Vatican's paper: follow an American study, where fish had unnaturally been mutated: into half one sex, half another: scientists involved in the University Study: blame hormones, which they thought to be entering the water: via the contraceptive. The Vatican paper: has claimed, based on studies, I have also heard of: that the pill: pollutes water sources, causing problems: among which is human male infertility.

The pill is known for increasing the risk of sexual disease phenomenally, and also has many negative side affects. Creative Minority Report, a satirical, but as to facts quoted: accurate political and social initiative, is asking why no objection has been made by environmentalists: as to the accuracy of opinions: of those profiting from sales of the contraceptive.

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