Thursday, October 13, 2016

Why I'm pro life

WARNING DISCRETION ADVISED. SOME CONTENT MAY BE DISTURBING.

I am pro-life I am against abortion. Some say abortion is a woman's choice that's why those for abortion call themselves pro-choice. I just want to know what about the child's choice? Doesn't that child deserve a right to live? Oh, that's right they view it as a tissue, not a child they say the child is not a living human. I beg to differ. If the child is not living in the first place then why the need to kill them? Something has to be alive in order to be killed. You can't kill something that isn't alive. There is also proof that the child is alive
18 days their heart is beating. A heart beat is a symptom that someone is alive don't you think so? A person's heart can't beat if they are not alive...


There are 1.1 U.S abortions each year.

There are several methods for performing an abortion. I am only going to mention a couple of those methods. The following may be very disturbing for some to read but if you are pro-choice it shouldn't bother you at all. This is what you're saying is ok if you are pro-choice.

Dilation and Curettage (D&C)
Occasionally used through the 12th week. After dilation or the cervix, a curette is inserted into the uterus. That baby's body is cut into pieces and extracted, often by suction. The uterine wall is then scraped to remove the placenta and confirm that the uterus is empty.

Dilation and Evacuation (D&E)
Performed up to 18 weeks. Forceps are inserted into the uterus, grabbing and twisting the baby's body to dismember it. If the head is too large it must be crushed in order to remove it.

Hysterotomy
Used in the last three months of pregnancy. The womb is entered by a surgical incision in the abdominal wall, similar to a C-section. However, the abdominal cord is usually cut while the baby is still in the womb, cutting off the oxygen supply and causing suffocation. Sometimes, though, the baby is delivered alive and left unattended to die.

Prostaglandin
Performed during the second half of pregnancy. A hormone-like compound is injected into the muscle of the uterus causing intense contractions and pushing out the baby. The violent contractions often crush the baby to death, though many babies have been born alive using this procedure, then left to die.

Saline Injection
Usually performed during months four through seven. A 20% salt solution (the normal salt solution is .9%) is injected into the mother's abdomen into the babies amniotic fluid. The baby ingests the solution and dies of salt poisoning, dehydration, and hemorrhaging of the brain. The baby's skin is burned off. A dead or dying baby is delivered. A baby born alive is usually left unattended to die, though some have survived.

For more methods and facts of abortion please visit these links.

http://studentsforlife.org/prolifefacts/abortion-facts/

http://www.abortionno.org/abortion-facts/

Instead of aborting your child if you don't want them why not give them up for adoption? There are many parents out there unable to have children who would love to be the parents of the child that you don't want. You may say they were conceived in rape. If that's the case I'm sorry that happened rape is a horrible, awful, evil, cruel thing that no one deserves. But that doesn't mean you should punish your child by killing them. After all, it wasn't the child's fault they were conceived in rape, was it? You may say they may be born with disabilities and they wouldn't want to live. I beg to differ. I have Asperger's and I want to live and there are dozens of people with disabilities on this planet who want to live as well.

"For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Your works are wonderful, I know that full well. My frame was not hidden from You when I was made in the secret place when I was woven together in the depths of the earth. Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in Your book before one of them came to be." Psalm 139: 13-16.

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