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"More than 6 million abortions later the figures reveal that in 99.5% of cases where an unborn child’s life is ended there is no risk to the health of the mother"

The main reason for murdering the unborn infant is either inconvenience or monetary. Having the child would prove to be inconvenient to the couple involved or would prove to be too expensive to have the child.

Today it has become simply a nationalised industry to kill the unborn child where the reason for the pregnancy is the modern attitude to life, marriage and the family. Life is conceived by the scientists and politicians to be of little consequence in the womb. And people accept this philosophy. Marriage is of no importance to the mind set and philosophy of todays society. The family is too much of an expense in todays mammon worshipping society. Adultery and sodomy are far cheaper ways of living in modern society. Sin and depravity provide less responsibility and hedonism is perceived as much more fun, even when they can't see that it is much less contentment and an unnatural way of life.




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