Early this year NARAL (the US based National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws) produced a video to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the infamous 1973 Roe V Wade case which opened the floodgates to abortion in the United States.
Forty photographers who are all avidly Pro-abortion got together to celebrate 40 years of killing unborn children. Rather strange is it not that professional photographers should want their work to be associated with the murder of the unborn. [Warning – Graphic dismembering of a living unborn person]
NARAL’s Choice Out Loud project explained the purpose of the video saying “It has been 40 years since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion in the United States. In celebration of that freedom, we asked 40 pro-choice photographers to capture the next generation of choice on film.”
Consider the following three quotes which are typical of those made by these photographers and the comments made on these same quotes by Kristi Burton Brown of LiveActionNews a US Pro-life organisation.
“Choice is the utmost act of selflessness and compassion for and by humanity.” [Right, because there’s just so much compassion involved when a mother hires a doctor to rip her child apart, piece by piece. Choosing a college degree for yourself is definitely more selfless than giving an innocent, helpless child a chance at life.]
“Choice isn’t a label. It’s freedom.” [Abortion isn’t a label, either. It’s death.]
“Being pro-choice doesn’t mean you will have an abortion. It just means the decision is yours and not the government’s.” [Uh-huh. And being pro-choice doesn’t mean you will actually rape a woman. It just means the decision is each man’s and not the government’s. I mean, c’mon, abortion’s not the only "choice" out there, right?]
What Right to Life finds highly disturbing is the way in which choosing to have an abortion seems to be equated to the level of the choice you are making in deciding on a hairstyle.
This lack of connection with reality is exactly the same kind of cognitive dissonance that lies behind Young Labour’s current attempts to persuade the New Zealand Labour Party to embrace the decriminalisation of abortion as official Labour Policy. What part of ‘ killing our unborn children is wrong ‘ do they not understand?