“You’re just kind of cognizant of where you put your graspers, you try to intentionally go above and below the thorax, so that, you know, we’ve been very good at getting heart, lung, liver, because we know that, so I’m not gonna crush that part, I’m going to basically crush below, I’m gonna crush above, and I’m gonna see if I can get it all intact.” – Dr. Nucatola of Planned Parenthood – (1).
“Now what they were doing to ensure the organs would be intact was what is called prostaglandin abortions. They would inject a substance into the womb. The woman would then go into mini-labor and pass the baby. 50% of the time, the baby would be born alive, but that didn’t stop them. They would just simply open up the abdomen of the baby with no anesthesia, and take out the liver and kidneys, etc.” – The late Dr. Bernard Nathanson in his book “The Fetus As Transplant Donor the Scientific, Social, and Ethical Perspectives.” – (2).
“…a different senior official from Planned Parenthood discusses using ‘less crunchy’ techniques to get more ‘whole specimens’… They call the organs of murdered babies ‘fetal tissue.’ They call unborn babies ‘clumps of cells’ until labeling their organs as ‘human’ helps their bottom line. And they call their murder of millions ‘quality family planning’.” American Center for Law & Justice – (3).
I have never been a fan of abortion, I just instinctively react to it as murder. I am aware of concerns such as if a child is conceived as the result of rape, or if the mother could die as a result of giving birth.
These are legitimate concerns, and I have never really explored what my position on them should be, because in the vast majority of cases, abortion is a choice freely made by the mother to terminate a viable life.
And, abortion can even simply be a contraceptive choice, the existence of “morning after” pills notwithstanding.
Once upon a time in Toronto, years ago, I found myself in an elevator with Dr. Henry Morgentaler and a woman, just the three of us. I instantly recognised him, and I instinctively wanted to punch him in the face as hard as I possibly could.
I didn’t, thus giving him far more consideration than the countless thousands of innocent lives snuffed out by the abortion techniques he pioneered.
My reading on the abortion “controversy” when it first started was that it would severely diminish the value of human life, and contribute to a selfish, “me-first” society in which lifestyle considerations would permit the termination of life – and severely impact the continuation of the White race – without even a second thought being necessary.
It would also devalue the sanctity of marriage, by largely removing the necessity for parents to stay together to raise their offspring; children would become a disposable commodity.
The availability of birth control pills in the 1960’s had already created a severe lack of responsibility, at least in the young, and the movement towards freely-available abortion seemed like the proverbial nail in the coffin.
And now we have a massive, state-funded abortion provider in the United States, Planned Parenthood, whose executives can casually discuss varying what parts of the fetus are crushed using “graspers”, in order to provide tiny little body-parts to order.
Dear God, what a bunch of sick, evil people they are. I wonder if anything like this is happening in Canada? It wouldn’t surprise me in the least…
(1) – See here.
(2) – See here.
(3) – See here.
Flashback: Dr. Kermit Gosnell, charged with 7 counts of first-degree murder, killing babies reportedly born alive at his abortion office in West Philadelphia, Pa. in 2013 – warning, graphic content…
See “The most shocking news you won’t see in the MSM today” (April 2013) here.
See “Toilet in abortion clinic needed to be lifted to get the fetuses out of the pipes” (April 2013) here.