Long march of the abortion dictators

Jun 13, 2021 by

by Kate Dunlop, The Conservative Woman:

THE international pro-abortion movement is marching across Europe to erase any existing restrictions on terminations and capture more women and girls than ever before. It has its sights fixed first on the European Union, then the UK, and then on to the rest of the world.

In the UK medical, as opposed to surgical, abortions have become increasingly common during the Covid pandemic, with the Conservative government and the NHS authorising and paying for ‘abortions at home’ through telemedicine services and remote appointments. 

‘Eligible clients are able to take both pills for medical abortion up to 10 weeks in their own homes, without attending a clinic.’ Mandatory counselling before the act and clinical follow-up have gone.

Seen as progress by pro-abortion activists, a government consultation on whether to make this ‘more modern’ ‘less patriarchal’ service permanent closed at the end of February.

The European Parliament will vote at the end of June on whether to accept recommendations contained in the Matic Report, which is a comprehensive attack on EU countries’ current social and sexual mores and threatens the lives of millions of unborn babies.

The intellectual co-author of the report is Neil Datta, Secretary and ‘founder’ of the European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (EPF), a Brussels-based network of MEPs engaged in ‘defending sexual and reproductive human rights in Europe and around the world’.

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See also:

Catholic doctor should not have been banned from saving unborn babiesby Tim Dieppe, Premier

G7 Embraces Abortion Language in Communiques as U.S. Reverses Positionby Rebecca Oas, C-Fam: The pro-abortion Biden administration reversed its predecessor’s policy last week during the annual G7 meetings and affirmed the inclusion of “sexual and reproductive health” in a document about global health priorities. Health ministers from all seven of the largest economies in the world, including the U.S., affirmed their commitment to “sexual and reproductive health and rights,” a formulation that has never been adopted by the UN General Assembly.


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