a great joy to know that there is a nation
in Latin America that is so overwhelmingly
against abortion. Wow. 93%!
is deplorable is how the anti-life and
anti-family homosexualist forces, led
by the US government and UN institutions,
are so aggressive in trying to impose
abortion on nations. They are using their
political power and their money to force
their diabolical agenda on other nations.
They will continue to chip away at this
93%. This is colonial imperialism at its
worst. They are criminals.
see how diabolical it truly is. The ISDEMU
and the CEPAL pushes the "Brasilia
Consensus" and cites the Committee
against Torture of the UN, implying that
prohibiting abortion is equal to torture
under international law. How ridiculous
can they get? It is actually abortion
that is torture .... of the unborn. These
helpless children in the womb are torn
limb from limb, are burned, are punctured
in the brain, have their skulls crushed.
How dare they turn reality topsy turvy!
Yet they do dare. Diabolical indeed.
Virtually all El Salvadorans Oppose
Legalization of Abortion: Poll
Matthew Cullinan Hoffman, Latin America
SALVADOR, September 1, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com)
- Ninety-three percent of El Salvadorans
are opposed to the legalization of abortion
in their country, according to a new poll.
the question: "Do you agree with
modifying the Constitution of the Republic,
and that abortion be permitted?",
93% answered that they were not in agreement,
and seven percent said they were, according
to the El Salvador newspaper.
the reasons given for their rejection
of the idea were: "All of us have
the right to life" (33%), "It's
something only God can decide" (20%),
and abortion is the murder of "a
defenseless person" (18%). Twelve
percent described it as a crime. Smaller
percentages of respondents called abortion
"an inhuman act," "unconstitutional,"
and "not a good solution." Others
reportedly pointed to the availability
to El Salvador, the poll was prompted
by the government's Salvadoran Institute
for the Development of Women (ISDEMU),
which recently endorsed the legalization
of abortion in response to the "Brasilia
Consensus," a legally non-binding
document issued at a recent meeting
in Brazil of the Eleventh Regional Conference
on Latin American and Caribbean Women
"Consensus" urges governments
to "review laws that punish women
who have undergone abortions," and
cites the Committee against Torture of
the United Nations, implying that prohibiting
abortion is equal to "torture"
under international law.
President Mauricio Funes responded to
the outcry last week indicating that he
would not seek to implement the pro-abortion
provision in the CEPAL document. Poll
respondents indicated their strong agreement
with the president's decision.
to me to live is Christ, and to die is
gain." (Phil 1:21)