Ireland, hanging by a thread

The Irish pro-life movement is asking for help: there is a referendum on abortion on May 25th to reform the eighth amendment of the Irish constitution that protects human life from the moment of conception. The goal: free abortion up to week 12 (no questions asked), and allowing abortion up to the sixth month (some questions asked).

Opposing to this measures, the Save the Eighth Campaign is slowly advancing, pushed only by very small financial contributions to speak openly about the defense of the unborn. Far from it, the Pro-abortion campaign, is being financed by the millionaire Soros with 100 000 €. There is great international pressure behind this reform, supported by the openly abortionist Amensty International, and promoted by the right-wing political party Fine Gael, and its prime minister Leo Varadkar.


Are 390 actresses going to prevail over 3,6 million argentines?

The March for Life in Argentina on May 23rd brought together an estimated 3.6 million people all throughout  Argentina, and aproximately 350,000 only in Buenos Aires.

Oposing to this displaly, 390 Argentine actresses have started a campaign to deffend abortion. Are the wishes of 390 actresses going to prevail over 3,6 million argentines?

Men in China & India can’t find wives because 71 million girls were killed in abortion or infanticide

The gender imbalance in China and Asia is wreaking social chaos. And the Washington Post’s worldview won’t let it admit the real cause of the problem.

Twenty-one-year-old Li Defu is hard at work, building a house in rural China. While American men his age spend their free time gaming with friends, Li knows he has no time to waste. Without this house, he may never find a wife.

As Li told the Washington Post in a story titled “Too Many Men,” “At the moment there aren’t any girls my age around. I am building this new house in preparation, in case I find someone.”

But even with a nice house to attract a bride, there’s no guarantee that Li will ever find one. The reason won’t surprise you: While some babys were allowed to live, a vast amount of them where killed in abortion or infanticide just for being girls.

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Valeria Mazza vs. U2

Argentine model and businesswoman Valeria Mazza was on the television program Destino: Where we are going (link in Spanish), driven by Dolores Cahen, LN+, and reflected on the meaning of ten concepts, current national and international issues, that matter to her: the debate on abortion, social distribution, and the government of Mauricio Macri among others. These are a few quotes from her reflection:

“Women have a huge challenge in this society, we have been winning many battles but we still have a long way to go.”

“I think it’s great that we can talk about this, that it’s debated. It’s a huge earring that we have.”

“Talking about this topic enhances us as a society. In the debate you always learn.”

I am in favor of life, the positive thing about this is that we can improve prevention campaigns, sex education, it is also essential that there is a good adoption law.”

“I have many questions with the subject. I think we should always defend life first and foremost.”

Faced with the hypocrisy of U2, now defenders of abortion in Ireland in the comming referendum to abolish the eighth amendment that protects life from its conception. Through their official accounts on social networks, U2 published a message encouraging voters to vote for abortion in the referendum of May 25th.

My annual trip to Spain: saving babies

This year, during my annual trip to Spain to see family, I decided that I wanted to do something more for the world. I opted to rescue babies and mothers from abortion clinics with the organization Rescuers John Paul II. It had only been by second day of volunteering when I was confronted with a painful and shocking situation; we stopped a Muslim woman that told us her story, and like all abortion stories, it was hard to listen to, especially for a young woman with her entire life ahead of her. This woman was not planning of having an abortion because she wanted to, but because “the noise that the other two children made” was a serious bother to her husband. Absurd. Last year, when I wrote an entry for this blog, I vented to the public about the fact that abortion is just another form of machismo and misogyny. As a Catholic feminist that does, in fact, care about women, I will reiterate and affirm that abortion, besides being murder, is a subjugation of the most valuable and precious facet of womanhood, and by extension, mankind: maternity, the ability to care for others, the ability to give everything to someone other than oneself. I believe that men, instead of subjugating maternity, should learn from the generosity of women. Isabel V. Grace, from New Jersey, USA.