Abortions By Mail

Thanks to a new online company, “Aid Access”, do-it-yourself abortions are trending. For a fee, American women can receive medical abortion pills mailed to their doorstep.

Dutch doctor and abortion activist Rebecca Gomperts initiated the service eight months ago to facilitate what she sees as a growing demand among American women.

According to the Atlantic, Gomperts has filled 600 prescriptions so far. To receive a prescription, she requires that applicants be less than 10 weeks pregnant, live an hour from a hospital, and be in general good health. Then for $95 (less, if the applicant requires financial assistance) the lethal concoction can arrive in the mail and be administered in the woman’s own home.

The drugs are processed in an Indian pharmacy and contain mifepristone and misoprostol. These pharmaceuticals work in tandem to rip the implanted embryo from the uterine lining and expel it. While simple and effective, it is not necessarily safe, and not exactly legal.

Because the drugs are manufactured in India, United States health regulators have no oversight of their production. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said in a statement on Aid Access, “Mifepristone, including Mifeprex, for termination of pregnancy is not legally available over the Internet. The agency takes the allegations related to the sale of mifepristone in the U.S. through online distribution channels very seriously and is evaluating the allegations to assess potential violations of U.S. law.” 

Self-managed abortions are also illegal in seven states. Predictably, conservatives have taken issue with Gomperts’s crusade while liberals laud her efforts as heroic.

One journalist opined that “it’s important to remember why women may be considering online abortion services: because we have an access problem ….” Yet according to the website NumberofAbortions.com, at the time of this writing, 1,591 abortions have occurred in the U.S. today, 881,142 have occurred so far this year, and a mind-numbing 60,951,113 abortions have occurred since Roe v. Wade declared abortion a constitutional right in 1973.

The Supreme Court refused to recognize them as legal “persons” so they lost their constitutional rights and protections. They were merely a rough copy of the human being “sub-human” morally and mentally lower than any animal, some said. A “parasite” in the body of others and nothing to do with humanity—just a “mass,” the leaders alleged, that could be “evacuated.” A doctor explained that their bodies could be used for medical research “to contribute to the progress of society.”

Sound familiar? It might. These activities began in 1936 when the German Supreme Court ruled that Jews living in Germany were not legal “persons.” It was Hitler who stated in his autobiography and political manifesto, “Mein Kampf”, that Jews “are a parasite in the body of other peoples.” The tragic end of this vicious mind-set was that over 6 million Jews were massacred in Hitler’s Holocaust.

Now let’s compare notes. In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that unborn babies are not legal “persons” (Roe v. Wade). Some doctors claimed that a fetus was just a protoplasmic “mass.”

Feminist Gloria Steinem declared that “a woman would have the right to abortion just as she has a right to remove any parasitic growth from her body.” CNN interview, Sept. 9, 1981.

When a reporter asked what happens in an abortion, noted abortionist Dr. Edward Allred replied, “The contents are evacuated.”

And notice this gruesome comment from Dr. Mart-ti Kekomaki: “An aborted baby is just garbage and that’s where it ends up. Why not make use of it for society?” National Examiner, Aug. 19, 1980.

What eerie parallels to a bygone generation of Holocaust victims! History shows that whenever the sanctity of human life is trivialized, destruction of life ultimately ensues.

These attitudes are reflected in the reasons American women give for having abortions. They include (in order of frequency): to postpone child rearing; cannot afford a baby; partner does not want the baby; too young; disruption to education or job. Over 25 percent of U.S. pregnancies are aborted each year. Let’s call a spade a spade. The vast majority of these abortions—about 95 percent—are induced as a callous means of “birth control.”

Worldwide, since 1920, 744 million abortions have been reported, and an estimated 922 million total abortions have been committed. Is this not a horrific holocaust of unrivaled magnitude? And it persists. The most recent figures reveal that over 15 million babies per year never see the light of day. Hundreds of millions of people on this planet have come to accept this most common “surgical procedure” among women. 

Is an “access problem” the real issue here? Or does mankind have a God problem? Is it not because we wish to escape the consequences of our actions that we seek quick, drastic and even fatal fixes for our indiscretions?

Individuals may quibble over whether or not abortions should be self-administered or performed by a health-care professional, but the argument is a distraction from the larger issue. Whether a baby is exterminated via medication or its body is ripped apart limb by limb by tools entering its mother’s womb, “abortion is murder.”

God considers the life of an unborn child equal to that of an adult. If a person’s actions caused an unborn child to die, God judged them the same as a person who had killed an adult.

Abortions by mail are available now in the US.
Women in the U.S. Can Now Get Safe Abortions by Mail

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: