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Face the facts:
is the taking of another human life. One cannot deny this truth without
dismissing all the scientific evidence to the contrary.
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(the abortion-promoting) Planned Parenthood's own literature has once admitted that abortion kills!
"An abortion kills the life of a baby
after it has begun. It is dangerous to your life and health."
(Planned Parenthood, 1963)
St. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the
Church and "greatest theologian in the history of the Church"
has stated: "murder
is the slaying of the innocent". Abortion is murder.
makes it even more horrific is that the death of the child takes
place inside the womb - inside its mother's body. Her "womb
becomes a tomb". And the procedure itself is violent and
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is true that some women may not initially realize that they are
arranging for the death of their living baby (click
here for to learn about abortion misinformation) - or they may lie
to themselves, but the abortionist knows. In fact, the entire medical
community knows. The
Hippocratic Oath taken by doctors has even been amended in many cases
since it specifically forbids abortion. Some abortionists may even
admit outright that they know they are destroying human lives, killing
Testimony Given in U.S. District Court
Q. Are you aware that we stipulated that during a suction
curettage procedure sometimes no fetal parts come out through the
cannula during suction and that the doctor then goes in with forceps to
A. (Abortionist) Yes, I'm aware of that.
Q. At that point when the
suction has been used but no fetal parts have come out and the doctor
goes in with forceps is the fetus alive?
A. (Abortionist) Based on our definition, yes.
Q. And when will the fetus die in that scenario?
A. (Abortionist) Well, sometime
between that point and when we complete the procedure.
Testimony Given in U.S. District Court
Q. When you perform an abortion by the suction curettage
method does it ever happen that a portion of the fetus is extracted from
the uterus while the fetus is still alive?
A. (Abortionist) Yes.
Q. And how does that
A. (Abortionist) Well, when we do
a suction curettage abortion, you know, roughly one of three things is
going to happen during the abortion. One would be is that the catheter
as it approaches the fetus, you know, tears it and kills it at that
instant inside the uterus. The second would be that the fetus is small
enough and the catheter is large enough that the fetus passes through
the catheter and either dies in transit as it's passing through the
catheter or dies in the suction bottle after it's actually all the way
out. Now on any given procedure does a surgeon
know precisely which of those three possibilities is going to occur, the
answer is no. But is it my intent that one of these three possibilities
will happen with each given patient, then the answer is yes.
Q. And when
you perform an abortion previability are you concerned with the point in
the process when the fetus dies?
A. (Abortionist) Generally no, because it doesn't add
anything medically to the safety or care of the woman that's being taken
The legal community also (indirectly) admits
the humanity of the fetus when it allows property to be willed to it
and tries people for two murders when a pregnant woman is killed.
many as 96% of women who had an abortion felt it had taken a human life.
you are still not convinced that abortion kills children, simply look at
a picture of an aborted baby. Notice the small hands, the small
feet, the fingers and the toes. If you must, watch a video of an
abortion and watch the baby try to dodge the instruments used to kill
it. Ask an abortionist about babies that have come out alive. Look into
fetal development (click
here for information on the unborn baby). The refusal to believe
that abortion kills is wholly untenable and contrary to all
evidence. If you still do not believe that abortion kills, could it be that you just don't want to believe the truth?
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