Britain’s pro-life movement is alive and kicking

The pro-life movement in Britain has caused quite a stir recently in many media outlets, with a number of events drawing widespread attention to the issue of abortion. When government officials conducted spot checks on abortion mills throughout the country in light of revelations about sex-selective abortions, journalists scampered to get the reaction of abortion providers. They of course were only too happy to portray themselves as martyrs for the cause of women’s rights. However, many pro-life groups also got to make comments which were vindicated by the recent further revelations of illegal activities in large numbers of British abortion clinics.

The Guardian was also wound up with disapproval regarding SPUC’s classroom presentations to teenagers, which included sharing the results of scientific studies on the link between breast cancer and abortion with students. As a SPUC spokesman commented: “Your report on our schools talk has an air of shock at the mention of any potential risks of abortion, whether physical or psychological. Where such risks either do or may exist, it is not surprising that many will deny them and/or seek to silence those who raise them.”  It seems that the abortion ideology continues to suppress a multitude of facts, even when it comes to preventing cancer.

Precious Life did great work saving babies at outreaches in Manchester as part of their Lent for Life campaign. Then there was the pro-abortion protest at a 40 Days For Life Prayer Vigil outside an abortion mill in central London. The build-up to the Vigil had been dominated by condemnations of Bishop Alan Hopes who expressed full support for the event, and also attended. On the day, whilst participants prayed amidst jeers and taunts, the camera’s caught it all, thus giving yet more coverage to the cause. Even our very own “Irish Independent” has a video posted of the Vigil and protest. In their video expose on the activity of the pro-life movement in England, The Guardian also focused on the trojan work of Abort67.

Despite the unmistakable imbalances in British reporting, the fact that abortion is in the news means English pro-lifers are doing something right. They are making the killing of unborn babies a topic of national debate, a debate that will be a part of the process of eventually ending abortion. This is something English abortion providers know all to well, as their anxious analysis of all this activity demonstrates. So, kudos to everyone involved in the pro-life movement across the water. Keep up the great work!

 

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