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Horrors of the Abortion Industry

Abortion, in my opinion, is the worse crime on earth today. I am surprised how little protest against the horrors of abortion there is, especially amongst Christians. With more than 100,000 abortions each year in Australia and millions in the US where is the outrage? Instead, it is called women’s health. Well, that is far from anything to do with health.

One in three women will kill their own baby in Australia. Now in Australia most states either have or are pushing for full term abortion. That is the right to murder the baby in the womb at nine months of gestation when it is ready to be born. Don’t be misled by the language used to cover this crime.

The method they can use, to prevent the baby taking a breathe of air, is to deliver the baby breach, so that the head is delivered last. Then they take a sharp instrument and sever the baby’s spine killing it.

But sometimes babies survive this and are born alive. So the doctors/nurses leave it to die alone on some cold metal tray, not rending any assistance to keep the child alive.

What has become of humanity?

The following is an article from 2019 that the lamestream media and Snopes tried to claim was mostly false. But it is true alright.

Bozell & Graham Column: Abortion Horrors Buried by the Press

by Brent Bozell and Tim Graham September 24th, 2019

The grotesque nature of abortion and the industry that profits from it is routinely hidden by the national press beneath a gauzy layer of rhetorical blather about a “woman’s right to choose.” It’s drummed into the public daily: Abortion is a precious civil right, a sacrament of feminism, never a death, let alone a murder.

Look no further than the discovery of more than 2,200 dead babies in the Illinois garage of a recently deceased abortionist named Ulrich Klopfer.

They told us Dr. Kermit Gosnell was one of a kind in his creepy storage of dead-baby parts in jars. It turns out he was a piker. Klopfer stored each “fetus” in a plastic bag full of medical-grade preservative, put them in boxes – more than 70 boxes, from the garage floor to the ceiling.

Indiana’s Attorney General reports that records indicate these babies lost their lives between 2000 and 2002, when Dr. Klopfer operated three abortion clinics – in Fort Wayne, Gary, and South Bend. One man told Fox News that his mother, who was Klopfer’s neighbor, always wondered what was in all those boxes.

Only Fox News cared about this revolting story. CNN gave it 30 seconds on a weekend, and The New York Times offered one story deep inside the paper on page A-22. ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, NPR, PBS? The same networks that wailed for hours about the inhumanity of illegal migrant “kids in cages” had no interest in something a thousandfold more horrific.

At least USA Today’s editorial page asked us to evaluate the coverage and noted the lack of interest. The Washington Examiner pestered presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg for days to respond to the abortionist who performed his grisly business in the town he serves as mayor.

After Fox’s Tucker Carlson made the same point, Buttigieg put out a statement. “Like everyone, I find the news out of Illinois extremely disturbing, and I think it’s important that it be fully investigated,” he said. “I also hope it doesn’t get caught up in politics at a time when women need access to healthcare.” 

“Extremely disturbing”? That’s all? He couldn’t even condemn it? It really wasn’t that <disturbing> was it?

“Women’s access to health care.” Orwell, call your office. Remind Buttigieg there was a garage full of “women’s access.” Not even this angle stirred the networks to action.

The same trend could be seen in the Center for Medical Progress video exposes of Planned Parenthood in 2015. They could barely be moved. Now the leftist government of California is prosecuting CMP’s David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for recording secret footage of this murder-for-hire conglomerate. They call it “investigative journalism,” and champion “the public’s right to know” when the target is Food Lion or General Motors.  The abortion industry, especially Planned Parenthood?

Then-Attorney General Kamala Harris decided it was a crime, and seized their tapes and other evidence. Current Attorney General Xavier Becerra is not only prosecuting Daleiden, but after Daleiden appeared on Tucker Carlson’s program, he sought a gag order restricting what he is allowed to say in public about his case.

Where are the crusading Brian Stelters lecturing about the First Amendment?

Newsworthy developments are spilling out of this trial. National Review noted that  in a preliminary hearing, California abortion doctor Forrest Smith told the court that the Planned Parenthood executives “likely illegally altered abortion procedures, causing babies to be born alive and putting the mothers in more danger of complications in their quest for more intact fetal body parts.”

The “news” networks couldn’t care less. They’re currently stoking a national panic about teenagers caught up in a  “vaping epidemic,” or championing children who profess they are doomed to die in the next 12 years due to global warming.

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By John Gideon Hartnett

Dr John G. Hartnett is an Australian physicist and cosmologist, and a Christian with a biblical creationist worldview. He received a B.Sc. (Hons) and Ph.D. (with distinction) in Physics from The University of Western Australia, W.A., Australia. He was an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Outstanding Researcher Award (DORA) fellow at the University of Adelaide, with rank of Associate Professor. Now he is retired. He has published more than 200 papers in scientific journals, book chapters and conference proceedings.

One reply on “Horrors of the Abortion Industry”

Yes, John, abortion is a bloody, repulsive and incredible evil that scourges our society. And if we know one thing about God, as RC Sproul use to say, “He hates it, and won’t tolerate it for ever.” Over the years my wife has helped and supported hundreds of women to keep their unborn baby rather than abort/kill their child. Some of these women have even lived with us for a time, and we still keep in contact with many. What we find, though, is the incredible apathy, moreover, indifference, within the church community with regards to the killing of the unborn children (ie “abortion”). It is, as if it non-existent. When I’ve raised this with minsters or pastors, they generally give the cursory defence: “Mmmm …. it’s a difficult ‘issue’ for sure!” and then walk off. But we know, it’s rare to even hear a sermon on something like the “Sanctity of Life”. Sadly, we now have professing Christian organisations (even pregnancy support groups) who champion themselves us pro-life, but this is in name only. So let’s take, for example, the Australian Christian Lobby (ACL). They have the disturbing notion (actually they call it a “strategy”), rather than saying we should protect all babies in the womb, instead, when fighting the new up-to-birth abortion laws sweeping around Australia, ACL argue that “The current position under SA law should not be changed, namely that after a child is capable of being born alive … 23-24 weeks” Disturbingly, the SA ACL rep has been busily going around the churches and Christian community in the past 18 months garnering support, even the signing of a petition for our MPs, saying that around 23-24 gestation for unborn babies should be the cut-off point. (As there are around 1% of babies over 24 weeks aborted in SA every year, nothing like abandoning the other 99% (around 4,000) unborn babies who are under 24 weeks.) Whatever happened for the church being the salt and light to the world? But this is not isolated to the churches poor defence of the unborn babies either. It is the new Christian mindset. While groups like ACL and individuals like them believe they are being courageous, it’s quite the opposite. It’s called “compromise”; more precisely, “apostasy”. And a loving, longsuffering, gracious and forgiving God will not tolerate this sort of unfaithfulness in His church forever either. Abortion simply exposes it.


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