What do you call it when Western elites attempt to foist abortion on native African cultures?
At the United Nations, two women were squaring off: one, a Danish abortion advocate, the other, African scientist Uju Ekeocha.
Their opinions expose the deep clash of civilizations across the globe: the culture of life versus the culture of death.
The Danish feminist admitted that she was “a bit provoked” by Uju’s claim that Western countries are once again engaging in colonialism. In her view, she announced, African women should be able to decide for themselves what to do with their bodies, including how many babies they want, and whether to have abortions.
Uju was quick to respond…. more
t’s the second largest crime industry in the world, next only to illegal drugs. And it depends upon the abortion industry to keep its illicit machinery functioning at maximum capacity.
We’re talking about human sex trafficking. Chances are you’ve encountered multiple victims without even knowing it. They are all around you. So are the perpetrators.
As are the “buyers” commonly known as johns.
Like any criminal activity, human trafficking is driven by money. According to Nita Belles with Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans, if a trafficker has three girls, he can make approximately $650,000 a year. Large events like the Super Bowl are magnets for traffickers to victimize youth and “recruit” others…. more
The laws and regulations of the United States protects medical professionals from being forced to participate in abortion and sterilization and other procedures against their religious beliefs by prohibiting discrimination in employment.
The Obama Administration was openly hostile to the enforcement of these protections. The Trump administration is properly reversing course, and toward that end has created a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR).
How awful, yells the medical establishment. We want our pro-life and Hippocratic Oath believing colleagues to be forced to violate their religious and moral beliefs in their professional lives. For example, the Massachusetts Medical Society doesn’t want a division formed to protect their colleagues. From the Society’s statement:… more
Washington D.C. will be abuzz today with generations taking up the charge against abortion. Not only will thousands gather for the March for Life, the House will vote on the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Act.
For faith activist Janet Porter, the bill is not enough. She’s encouraging Congress to pass the heartbeat bill, as well.
“The time to end abortion is now because we have a bill before congress has more pro-life support than any other pro-life bill,” Porter tells Charisma News. The born alive bill does not prevent abortion, but would prohibit doctors from killing a baby who survived an abortion the first time.
On the other hand, Porter says the heartbeat bill has 170 cosponsors and a majority of congressional support. Seven out of 10 voters in America favor the bill, according to a 2017 George Barna Study… more
Facebook is facing more censorship and bias allegations from a Christian group that opposes abortion.
The West Virginia-based ministry Warriors for Christ repeatedly has had its Facebook pages removed by the social media giant, according to the Christian Post. Its main page, which has more than 225,000 followers, was removed again last week, allegedly for “hateful, threatening or obscene” content.
Ministry leader Pastor Rich Penkoski told the Post that they missed out on vital opportunities to help people as a result.
“When Facebook pulled our page [for the first time], we were actually counseling with a young woman who was suicidal,” Penkoski said.
The biggest issue seems to be the ministry’s stance on homosexuality, Penkoski said. However, they also stand strong for unborn babies’ rights and sexual purity, he said…. more
This is an ungodly company. All you need to do is stop using facebook. If people would stop supporting companies and/or people who go against what they believe then they would no longer have a company. Remember they need you to keep the dollars rolling in. LHWM has stopped using facebook along time ago.
A new study has found that some women who have had an abortion face “deep feelings of loss, existential concerns, and declines in quality of life” after the procedure.
Feelings of shame, regret, guilt, anxiety, depression and self-destrictive behaviors are just some of the negatives that were found when researchers surveyed 987 post-abortive women for a study published by the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
Those behind the study titled, “Women Who Sufered Emotionally from Abortion: A Qualitative Synthesis of Their Experiences,” are hoping that the data will help bolster efforts to provide counseling both before and after abortions…. more
A young couple who were once encouraged by doctors to abort their little baby girl due to her “fatal” heart condition has returned to the same hospital with their bouncing, healthy child.
Back when their unborn daughter, Amnesty, was developing in the womb, married couple Dusty and Krystal Marshall were told she required urgent surgery to repair her spine.
But, when they made it to the medical center for the operation, they were further informed that their baby girl did not qualify for the surgery on account of a heart defect that she had developed…. more
American billionaire George Soros’ money has helped abortion advocacy groups in Ireland, but the nation’s government has demanded the groups return his donations.
The Irish Standards in Public Office Commission (SIPO) demanded that Amnesty International in Ireland return the Soros-funded Open Society Foundation’s 137,000 euro ($160,964) donation for its “My Body My Rights” campaign to repeal the country’s abortion ban.
Ireland’s finance laws bar foreign donors from giving to groups that seek to sway elections or public policy. Amnesty International executive director Colm O’Gorman said the order is flawed and his organization “will consider every opportunity to challenge this decision.”… more