Updated: Sep 18, 2020
As you all probably know, the #SaveOurChildren hashtag is trending at the moment! We are glad to see the horrors of child abuse are being brought to the surface and that attention has been raised to this extremely important issue. However, there is no greater hypocrisy than pro-aborts, who on one hand screech about protecting and valuing children, and on the other fiercely advocate for unborn children to be suctioned, starved, poisoned or dismembered to death in the womb. When discussing the abortion issue, there seems to be a general lack of understanding on the subject from abortion advocates; but one thing they try to sugar-coat time and time again is what takes place during an actual abortion procedure. Of course, one does not need to be Indiana Jones to find and uncover information on the horrifying procedures that constitute an abortion...but unfortunately, pro-aborts just do not seem to have enough schmexii to be the Indiana Jones type...so here we are, once again, having to break things down.
There are two kinds of abortion: medical and surgical.
Medical abortion is advised to only be performed before 9 weeks and 6 days of pregnancy and involves taking two pills:
The first taken is called mifepristone (RU-486). This blocks the action of the naturally produced hormone progesterone (which stabilizes the lining of the uterus) causing the uterus to break down and cut off all blood and nutrients from reaching the unborn child - resulting in his or her starvation and death.
Either at the same time, 6, 24, 48 or 72 hours later, a second pill is taken (either orally or vaginally) called misoprostol. RU-486 and misoprostol together cause severe cramping, contractions and heavy bleeding. This forces the body to flush out the dead child from the womb. The process can be very intense and painful, and the bleeding can last from a few hours up to several days – during this time at some point, the baby is expelled. The woman is expected to dispose of her unborn child.
There are three kinds of surgical abortions:
First trimester surgical abortions (called vacuum aspirations or suction abortions) are performed typically between 5 and 13 weeks of pregnancy.
The abortionist will administer anaesthesia, then use a tool called a speculum to force open the woman’s vagina. The abortionist will then use a series of rods called dilators to pry open the woman’s cervix (which acts as a gate/barrier to protect the unborn child during his or her development and growth).
The abortionist will then take a transparent suction catheter and insert it into the womb the baby is then ripped apart and squeezed down the catheter – the suction used is 10 – 20 times more powerful than your average household vacuum cleaner!
The abortionist then uses a curette to scrap the lining of the uterus to ensure all baby parts are removed.
Second trimester surgical abortions (called dilation and evacuation abortions) are performed between 13 and 24 weeks of pregnancy.
The abortionist will administer anaesthesia, then use a tool called a weighted speculum to force open the woman’s vagina. Because second trimester babies are so large the cervix must be prepared 24-48 hours prior to the procedure with laminaria. Laminaria is a type of sterilised seaweed that absorbs water and swells to several times its original size.
Once the laminaria is removed the abortionist will use metal dilators to further open the cervix. One the cervix has been opened wide enough a transparent suction catheter is inserted and turned on to suction out the amniotic sac protecting the baby - the suction used is 10 – 20 times more powerful than your average household vacuum cleaner!
The abortionist will then take a sopher clamp to grasp limbs and rip them off the child’s body. This child can feel pain. The head is clamped and crushed, and the abortionist removes the broken parts of the baby’s skull.
The abortionist then uses a curette to scrap the lining of the uterus to ensure all baby parts are removed. The abortionist then must assemble the body parts on a tray to ensure there is nothing left in the womb.
Third trimester surgical abortions (called injection and stillbirth abortions) are performed from 25 weeks up until birth and take 3 or 4 days to complete. It is important to remember that from 24 weeks an unborn child is completely viable.
One the first day the abortionist uses a large needle to inject a drug called digoxin into the stomach or vagina of the mother – they target the head, torso or heart of the baby and the needle will go directly into their body. This causes him or her to go into fatal cardiac arrest.
The abortionist then inserts multiple sticks of sterilised seaweed called laminaria into the cervix which expands it – this is left there for 2 to 3 days and the woman will go about these days carrying her dead baby.
She will give birth to a death baby either at home or at a hotel if she cannot make it to the clinic. If she does make it to the clinic, she will do so undergoing severe contractions and will deliver her dead baby there.
If the baby somehow manages to survive this, the abortionist will use clamps and forceps to dismember the child and remove its body bit by bit from the womb.
In the United Kingdom it is legal to abort your unborn child for ANY reason up until 24 weeks of pregnancy. If an unborn child is diagnosed to have any kind of abnormality or disability (including a cleft lip and palate or club foot) they can be aborted right up until birth.
It is disgusting that in our "modern" society, thousands of children face this most horrendous, most extreme form of child abuse every day. It is even more disgusting that this form of child abuse is not only legal but celebrated by abortion advocates.
For anyone interested in graphic detailing, imagery and videos of real life abortion victims please follow this link: https://www.cbruk.org/abortionreality | reader discretion advised.
When we say that abortion literally suctions, starves, poisons or dismembers human beings to death, WE MEAN IT! So tell us again how abortion is not the ultimate form of child abuse...