Recently the Victorian state parliament passed a law banning anti-abortion prayer vigils or sidewalk counselling within 150 metres of an abortion clinic.
Columnists in the Melbourne paper The Age welcomed the ban describing the protesters as “vile”.
The following passage is written by a German woman pro-life writer:
“When we get used to evil because it has been legalized, is universally promoted and defended by the elite culture and its organs of propaganda, it can seem innocuous, even right.
If victims are killed with little trace, if they have no voice or are simply not heard, then the scene is set for the perfect crime—perfect because it is not even recognized as a crime anymore, but as a service rendered to humanity.”