Saturday, February 2, 2019


Anti-abortion advocates will continue to lose ground against the likes of Cuomo et al. (with the help of many Catholic clerics) until they (we) begin aiming at and exposing the real reasons for abortion. 

The reason is because most anti-abortion advocates have made a mantra out of "adoption," e.g. "ADOPTION NOT ABORTION." 

The mantra is based on the false belief that most abortion are pro-cured by young, uneducated girls in trouble. The data simply does not bear that out. 

Most abortions are procured by women educated and old enough and to know better. Guam's most recent abortion data (2017) is reflective of the country at large. Most women (not girls) are college educated and in their mid-20's to 30's:

With the pervasive availability of birth control and the age and education of most women who procure abortions, what could possibly explain these demographics?

There are three reasons:

The failure rate of birth control and abortion as the ultimate birth control

The most common form of birth control is the male condom. According to the FDA, the failure rate of the condom is: "Out of 100 women whose partners’ use this method, 18 may get pregnant." That's a one in six chance. That's like holding a revolver to your head with one loaded chamber and pulling the trigger. So what happens when a woman gets pregnant and thought she was "protected?" Abortion, the ultimate birth control. 

The failure rate of the male condom is so high that their packaging should contain a warning from the FDA (like cigarettes). But given the blind penchant to distribute condoms as the answer to both unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, it is easy to see why we now have more of both. 

Thus, to be truly anti-abortion, one must also oppose birth control, and the fact is, most anti-abortion advocates are probably on it themselves. So that's not going to happen. Married people on birth control will probably give themselves a pass, however, married or not, if you are using birth control then you DON'T want a child. So what happens when you get pregnant?


Whether married or not, women in this age range are usually in some sort of "committed" relationship. And the stats on "cheating" correspond fairly closely to abortion age demographics.

Of course, those who cheat on their spouses or significant others are even more conscious of preventing pregnancy and are more likely to depend on birth control, including abortion as the ultimate way to hide their "cheating" when birth control fails, just as the FDA says it will. 

Forced abortion

Abortion and sex trafficking go hand in hand. And we are only now really waking up to the magnitude of sex trafficking even in America. And the failure rate of birth control makes it imperative that abortion services be readily available. But forced abortions are not limited to sex trafficking. While pro-abortion women chant about their rights, the real beneficiaries of their efforts are evil men who use and abuse girls and women of all ages:

Why abortion is the Un-choice:

  • 64% of women reported feeling pressured to abort.
  • Most felt rushed or uncertain, yet 67% weren’t counseled.
  • 79% weren’t told of available resources.
  • 84% weren’t sufficiently informed before abortion.
  • Pressure to abort can escalate to violence.
  • Homicide is the leading killer of pregnant women.
  • Clinics fail to screen for coercion.
  • Women nearly 4 times more likely to die after abortion.
  • Suicide rates 6 times higher after abortion.
  • 65% of women suffer trauma symptoms after abortion.

Why abortion is the Uninformed Non-Choice:

  • 54% were unsure of their decision, yet 67% received no counseling beforehand.
  • 84% were inadequately counseled beforehand.
  • 79% not told or deceived about available resources.
  • Many were misinformed by experts about fetal development, abortion alternatives or risks.
  • Many were denied essential personal, family, societal or economic support.

Why abortion is the Unsafe Choice:

  • Nearly 80% of abortions take place in non-hospital facilities, ill-equipped for emergency care.
  • 31% had health complications afterwards.
  • 65% suffer multiple symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • 65% higher risk of clinical depression. 
  • 10% have immediate complications, some are life-threatening.
  • 3.5x higher risk of death from all causes. 
  • Suicide rates are 6 times higher if women abort vs. giving birth.

Thus, it is obvious why adoption is not the solution for most abortion. We should still advocate for it, of course, but the real culprits are birth control, infidelity, and the abuse of women and girls made possible by the feminist agenda for so-called "reproductive rights." 


The belief that Roe gave women the “right to choose” is almost a metaphor for how much the 1973 U.S.Supreme Court decision is misunderstood, and why, after 45 years, Roe is still so hotly debated.

The fact is that Roe v Wade did not give women the right to choose. In fact, Roe left the right of woman out of its ruling all together.

In Roe, the U.S. Supreme Court, first, gave the “right to chose” to the medical professionals (for the first trimester) and thereafter, to the government (for the second and third):

For the stage prior to approximately the end of the first trimester, the abortion decision and its effectuation must be left to the medical judgment of the pregnant woman's attending physician (Roe v Wade, Pp. 163, 164).
 For the stage subsequent to approximately the end of the first trimester, the state, in promoting its interest in the health of the mother, may, if it chooses, regulate the abortion procedure in ways that are reasonably related to maternal health (Roe v Wade, Pp. 163, 164).
For the stage subsequent to viability the state, in promoting its interest in the potentiality of human life, may, if it chooses, regulate, and even proscribe, abortion except where necessary, in appropriate medical judgment, for the preservation of the life or health of the mother (Roe v Wade, Pp. 163, 164, 165).

As can be seen, nowhere does Roe give women the right to choose anything. 

Ironically, while the abortion rights mantra has remained “keep the government out of our wombs,” the very ruling relied upon for that mantra is exactly what put government there in the first place.


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