The Thursday 16th New Zealand Herald featured an article by reporter Frances Cook with the above title. We know that the media is no friend of the unborn child but this piece of journalistic licence was simply a pro-abortion spin job and nothing but a thinly veiled attempt to give impetus to putting the final jack boot to the head of the unborn child. We are talking about the ultimate act of betrayal – the push to completely decriminalize abortion.
I read with disbelief the ‘stories’ of seven women all lamenting the difficulty they had in disposing of their unborn child. Difficulties they associated with the perceived unfair requirements of legislation that was put in place to ensure protection for lives of our pre-born children. Nowhere in any of these stories do we see responsibility taken or compassion expressed for the living human being whom they have conceived. What we hear is rancour at how difficult and embarrassing it was for them to sidestep all responsibility for the natural consequences of freely chosen sexual activity and to procure the destruction of an inconvenient human being.
It is interesting that there are no stories from women who have been coerced into abortion. Little to no honesty here about the role men play in the pressurising women to have abortions. Men not women are more likely to be the driving force in manipulating a woman to abort the child they have fathered or are in a position of authority over. Boyfriends, Fathers, Grandfathers. Men not women are more often than not the ones who fail to take responsibility for their actions and it is men who are often the perpetrators. If men were willing to take responsibility there would be far fewer abortions. [Read more…]