The right to life continues to be a battle worth fighting for
The Bible says very clearly that children are a heritage of the Lord. God values life and as believers, we ought to stand with those poor souls who are indefensible and who fall victim to heinous abortions every day. We are called to speak for them when they are unable to speak for themselves. We need to make it our life’s purpose to fight, to battle, and to march for life. It is a battle worth fighting for.
Today, hundreds of people marched on Washington proudly standing among so many pro-lifers. Why would anyone stand against such a cause? The Bible says in Hosea 4, verse 6:
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.
Many do not know how to defend their cause for pro-choice other than to regurgitate the platitudes of women having the freedom to do with their bodies whatever they wish taken away. But do these pro-choice advocates, as they call themselves, know exactly what the origins are of murdering children in the womb, this infanticide they want women to be proud to exercise? Here are some videos to illustrate just how this destruction of people came to be.
One eugenics expert, Eugen Fischer, whom Sanger featured as a speaker at a population conference she organized, had already run a concentration camp — in German-ruled Southwest Africa, before World War I, where he murdered, starved and experimented on helpless native Africans. It was Fischer’s book on eugenics, which Hitler had read in prison, that convinced Hitler of its central importance. Another longtime official of Planned Parenthood, Garrett Hardin, had a decades-long track record of serving in eugenics organizations, and as late as the 1980s was calling for mass forced sterilization of Americans as a necessary solution to the “population problem.”
The same people served on the boards of the American Eugenics Society and Sanger’s organizations for decades, and they worked closely together on countless projects — ranging from researching the birth control pill as a means of diminishing the African-American birth rate (they tested the early, hazardous versions of the Pill on impoverished rural women in Puerto Rico), to passing forced sterilization or castration laws in more than a dozen states that targeted blacks and other poor people accused of “feeble-mindedness” or “shiftlessness” and diagnosed as “unfit” parents.
– Jason Jones & John Zmirak, The Stream, October 14, 2016
Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, led the destruction of many minds, souls, and families:
What changed their mind about their view on abortion?
What is the #1 cause of death?