ABORTION GROUPS RESPONSE TO ZIKA HEALTH CRISIS UNCONSCIONABLE
Calls for unrestricted abortion and artificial birth control betray hidden agenda
Fredericksburg, VA: American Life League and Stop Planned Parenthood International (STOPP) have identified with keen interest the efforts of groups working to spread the tragedies of abortion and artificial contraception worldwide. Of note has been the dramatic call offering as a solution to the current crisis in Central and South America the deliberate destruction of the preborn baby via abortion. Adding tragedy and violence to a severe health emergency compounds human suffering, offering no solution.
Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League and founder of STOPP International, stated:
As the Zika virus problem grows and the World Health Organization declares a global emergency, there is a scary response developing. More and more, we are hearing groups and individuals cry out – “Kill the babies with the virus!” We see no compassion, no outcry to find a cure or an ethical vaccine, the answer offered is to end the lives of those who have (or may have) microcephaly. It is well known that preborn babies with Down Syndrome are routinely killed before birth. The world is quickly adding another reason to end the lives of human beings with a medical problem. STOPP International calls on all people and all governments to understand that babies in the womb are human beings created by God and, as such, should be treated for any illness they contract – not murdered.
About STOPP International: The mission of STOPP International is really quite simple. We intend to cause such discontent with Planned Parenthood programs that it will have no choice but to close its doors! For more go to: www.STOPP.org
About American Life League: The mission of ALL is to give light and hope to a broken world by building a culture of life. For more go to: https://www.all.org.
About Jim Sedlak: Jim Sedlak, M.S., is vice president of American Life League and a recognized expert on Planned Parenthood.
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