War On The Unborn

These casualty statistics will shock you.

 

 War casualties from the American Revolution up to the war in Iraq equals 1,002,176 lives that have been given in service to our country.     The war on the unborn claims over that figure every month here in the United StatesThis is not a typographical error; please read on.  

Are We Any Better Than Hitler ?

Hitler killed 12 million innocent victims in his death camps over 65 years ago, and no one has forgotten-and rightly so!  What’s different about the holocaust of the unborn?  How come people are indifferent?  It’s because Hitler’s killing was brought out into the light.  The media and many in our government not only allow, but encourage, the killing to go on in silence and darkness.  The killing must stop!

Here are some Abortion Statistics

Surgical abortions in the United States (1965-2005)

Since the first states decriminalized abortion in 1967, it is estimated that more than 1,878,990 reported surgical abortions were performed up until 1973.  In 1973  Roe v. Wade, the  Supreme Court case that lifted all restrictions on abortion was ruled.   An average of 1,300,000 babies are killed annually through surgical abortion.   Approximately 50,000,000 babies have died from surgical abortion since 1973.

Chemical abortions in the United States (1965-2005)

Because many contraceptive measures are abortifacients (drugs that induce or cause abortions), it is important not to overlook the number of children killed by chemical abortions. Since 1965, an average of 11 million women have used abortifacient methods of birth control in the United States at any given time. Using formulas based on the way the birth control pill works, pharmacy experts project that about 14 million chemical abortions occur in the United States each year, giving a projected total of well in excess of 560 million chemical abortions between 1965 and 2005.

Total abortion in the United States (1965-2005)
     If you add up the estimated number of surgical and chemical abortions, the total is more than 600,000,000 babies killed in the
United States alone.

No events in the annals of human history can equal the amount of deaths that are caused by abortion in this country or throughout the world.  Through the grace of God we must resist the culture of death with every fiber of our being.  The future of this country and even our own lives will depend upon us winning this war.


Thanks to
www.all.org for the abortion statistics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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