The University of California has published an educational course called Abortion: Quality Care and Public Health Implications. This course focusing on the clinical aspects of abortion professes to be helping improve knowledge and access to safe abortion care. The course promotes access to abortions from conception to past the first trimester. There is no such thing as a ‘safe abortion’. Even if the procedure itself is safe, and we will discuss that in a minute, the impact of the act on the psyche of the woman having the abortion cannot be fixed. No matter how many times the women tells herself is was just a mass of tissue, in the back of her mind, she knows it was a life she killed. All voluntary abortions are murder. No one can live with that and be unaffected.
If a miscarriage is devastating. How much more so is choosing an abortion. The course almost admits this with a section titled:
Relationship between early pregnancy loss care and abortion care.
They essentially admit that this is an emotionally devastating event. There is no course section on counselling the woman to not have an abortion because it will devastate her and emotionally cripple her for life.
Over the past couple of years a few stories have come out about abortion mills such as the one in Cleveland or the one in Kansas, killing babies even after a live birth. The treatment of the women in these facilities in terms of sanitation was also deemed well below the standard for medical care. Each of these facilities is purely designed as a killing factory. If the medical providers care nothing for the baby’s life, how can anyone expect that the mother’s life is important. For that reason, there is no facility offering abortion services that can be expected to truly care for women. A death mills care not for any of its patients only its patient’s money. If you doubt that look at Planned Parenthood’s profit and loss statement.
How often do these facilities council women that their risk of breast cancer will increase? Perhaps we should put a warning label on the forceps. It would say, “Caution, this procedure can cause breast cancer in older women, and is known to cause irreparable emotional damage.” I wonder if the whole truth were given, if there would be a fraction of these procedures.
Instead of praising a course like the one mentioned, we should condemn it as promoting the death agenda. It is the same agenda promoted by eugenicists killing minority and poor children in far greater numbers than those wealth and influence. It is a holocaust in its own right. If we had a course teaching the value of life instead our world would be a far better place.