As you watch this video glance at the child below and ask yourself if she should be killed on demand and without apology.

In Defense of the Defenseless

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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  1. It makes me so sad to hear women say things like it’s enslavement to be forced to carry a baby to term. Forced motherhood. It’s funny, because nobody said anything about motherhood. Adoption is and will always be an option. If you don’t want to be a mother, that’s fine. But there’s no need to kill a baby over it. It was the woman’s choice to have unprotected sex (in most cases), if she wasn’t ready to have a child, that’s not the baby’s fault. None of this is enslavement. It’s the natural consequence of having unprotected sex. You don’t want to have a baby, don’t have unprotected sex! It makes me sad that so many women don’t see that. As a mother, I have viewed my children as “babies” since the moment I found out I was pregnant. They were never “the foetus”. They were my “babies”. With every right to grow safely in my belly. Unharmed and loved.

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  2. I can’t wrap my head around this. There should be no limit whatsoever? All my life I have heard about abortion disputes in US and me and the bulk of my fellow citizens have laughed at religious American fanatics who obsess over some fertilized ova and embryos. Abortion really is a non-issue in Europe, especially Northern Europe. It’s a no-brainer, and opposing it is a sure sign of mental illness or alternatively and even worse so, of a religious conviction. But maybe it is because it has never crossed anyone’s mind here that an abortion could be performed in the bloody third trimester? When I learned this, I understood exactly what the American abortion war was all about – and started to appreciate human life from conception on myself.

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