companioncubette:

Meet Walter Joshua Fretz – A Human Being

cultureshift:

This beautiful baby boy’s name was Walter Joshua Fretz, a real human being that was unfortunately miscarried. He made it to his 19th week before his birth and survived for only a few minutes. Those who are pro-choice repeatedly make the argument that they are only aborting a ‘clump of cells’…

This post is so EXTREMELY misleading that I can barely type this out of frustration.

FACT: Over 88% of abortions are performed in the FIRST TRIMESTER of pregnancy, and over half by EIGHT WEEKS.

That means that the fetus in the picture is an example of less than TWO PERCENT of abortions.

Let me say that again: the miscarried child is representative of an abortion only TWO. PERCENT. of the time.

That fetus in a majority of abortions is , therefore, merely a clump of cells that faintly resembles a webbed misshapen alien:

http://www.babycenter.com/fetal-development-images-8-weeks

And most of the time it doesn’t even look like that.

Stop using misleading pictures to further an agenda based off of emotional terrorism and misinformation.

Source for above information:
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss5109a1.htm?mobile=nocontent

Let’s do the math…

According to the Guttmacher Institute, 876.000 children like Walter are ripped apart by an abortionist every year. This represents TWO PERCENT of the abortions performed EVERY YEAR on our little blue planet. Is this the world you want to live in? Do you think that just because Walter represents only 2% of the children slaughtered by abortion that it’s somehow acceptable? That because Walter represents only 876,000 human beings that are destroyed per year, that you can dismiss this depraved act? Is this really what you believe?

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Just one child killed by their mother, no matter their age, is one too many. Where do you stand? What will your legacy be?

Posted by cultureshift

A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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