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” The sight of a fully formed baby was a complete surprise to Williams [the woman who watched her live baby being being tossed into a rubbish bag after a botched abortion]. “I thought it would be a blob thing, but bigger, not a baby,” she said. ”
That anyone could possibly think a baby at 23 weeks would be “a blob thing” shows what disgusting lies these women are told by the authorities.
I helped out at a pro-life stall last year at the Christchurch A&P show, and we were showing life-size models of babies to people. Many were shocked how well developed the 12-week baby was [see the picture below], because of the misinformation you are fed these days. But for someone to think the same about a 23 week one means there has been some serious lying going on.
I too was struck by the comment that Williams made, and I wondered if this was an isolated case. However Samuel’s experience indicates that this is ignorance is probably widespread (without wanting to criticise anyone, do people think that a blob magically becomes a baby just before birth?). State education and health systems are usually pro-abortion so obviously they will try and tell people that an unborn baby is a ‘blob’ or a ‘piece of tissue’, whilst also hiding the visible humanity of the baby*.
One possible exception is Texas, which has the Women’s Right To Know legislation, and I have used the information and pictures from that website extensively. That website does not show the results of abortion: if you want to see that click here (warning: graphic images of babies that have been aborted).
How many people would be anti-abortion if they saw pictures and models of unborn babies?
Do you know of any examples of people thinking that an unborn baby is just a ‘blob’?
*this does not remove personal responsibility, i.e. people cannot entirely blame the state for their ignorance regarding babies and abortion, or any other subject. I am aware that obtaining information is difficult for some people.