The Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs has released reports on abortions practiced in our country. These have doubled in recent years. 10,62 out of every 1,000 fertile young women interrupted the pregnancy.
“The unborn child is a human being from conception and his life must be respected. That life was redeemed by Christ, it is a gift from God,” says the Swiss theologian Karl Barth.
The most applied procedure has been the vacuum aspiration abortion. This technique is performed by inserting a cannula through the cervix, which is attached via tubing to the pump that tear to pieces the babys body while removes it. We sometimes can touch the parts of the fetuss body.
97.49% of abortions were performed in private clinics. The interruption of pregnancy is one of the most profitable businesses of the health sector. 96.98 % of the reasons to abort have been the mothers health. Abortion would be one of the first origins of the killing of children. Worst of all, if a person has a lot of money can abort with total impunity.
Moreover, those who attack me have a great ignorance about abortion and do not realize that if their mothers had decided to abort, they would not be in the world.” “Human life begins at conception and while crime is not prohibited, it is useless to tell mothers not to abort.” When people say: “I do with my body what I want,” they are right, but this is no longer their body, now this is the body of another being that develops inside of their womb. They should have the courage to bring the baby to the world and then, if they do not want the baby, they can leave him to those who can keep him. Abortion is a crime,” says Monserrat Caballe.
Clement Ferrer Roselló
President of the European Institute of Marketing.
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