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Oh, you dipshit. You know that the “1 in 4” things applies to ALL forms of fetal death, including spontaneous miscarriage. Or are you now actually blaming women when their own bodies won’t hold on to a fetus?
You are incorrect. Miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion, accounts for the loss of approximately half of all pregnancies. According to the Guttmacher Institute, there were 43.8 million prenatal children intentionally killed by induced abortion in 2008. According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), there were 130 million children birthed in 2005. Though these are not year for year matches, the numbers did not change significantly between years and are estimates. The math bears out the facts…
130,000,000 / 43,800,000 X 100 = 33.7%
As you can see, one in three children do not make it out of the womb worldwide.
For the United States, according the Guttmacher Institute, 1.31 million prenatal American children were intentionally killed by induced abortion in 2008. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 3,999,386 children were birthed in 2010. Once again, the data collected are in different years, but the numbers have not changed significantly between the data points. The math for the United States bears out the following…
1,310,000 / 3,999,386 X 100 = 32.7%
Once again, even for the United States, the facts bear out that the number is actually one in three prenatal Americans that do not make it out of the womb due to induced abortion. To be conservative, the post you are referring to states one in four.
Please watch this video for more information. It highlights the fact that there are 4.3 abortions for every live birth in Russia alone. In New York City, six out of ten African American children are killed in the womb. SIX out of TEN.
Abortion has become a worldwide epidemic and all you can do is cheer it on. How many more must die before we wake up to this human tragedy?
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