by Peter Grady –
A new report reveals the violent side of the pro-abortion movement with women being murdered for not being willing to undergo the procedure.
The report, Under-the-Radar Violence in the Conflict Over Abortion was produced by Life Dynamics, a pro-life group that conducts abortion research, documents 80 known cases of women who were murdered for the simple reason they did not want to kill their baby with an abortion.
Mark Crutcher, founder of Life Dynamics, says the abortion lobby is aware of the violence against women, but refuses to do anything to address it.
He claims to have acquired recordings of National Convention Federation conventions over the years where the issue is discussed, but says the prevailing attitude is one of “convenient indifference.”
“Their philosophical position seems to be that, even if a woman chooses to have an abortion she doesn’t want because of threats from others, it remains within the “pro-choice” purview since she was still the one who ultimately made the decision.”
The report blames the media for failing to accurately report these crimes. “The media’s coverage of these incidents often contains no mention of abortion. Instead, they either portray women who are attacked for refusing to have abortions as women who are attacked for getting pregnant; or they characterize the incident as one of simple “domestic violence” in which the victim’s pregnancy is basically inconsequential.”
One such example is Valicia Demery. When Bernard Bellamy Jr. learned she was pregnant he ordered her to have an abortion. When she refused, Bellamy ran her over with his car and left her to die. The night before the murder Bellamy sent Demery a text message telling her to come to her senses before it’s too late. When asked, “B4 what’s too late?” he replied, “ U will C.”
Crutcher said the modern feminist movement has hijacked the historic feminist position which was pro-life.
“One of the reasons that the early feminists in this country — the people like Susan B. Anthony, and Virginia Woodhall, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Alice Paul, who wrote the Equal Rights Amendment — the reason that these women were all opposed to the legalization of abortion was because they knew that it would be a weapon used by sexually irresponsible and sexually predatory males,” he explains. “It was not something that would profit women.”
Crutcher said while the murders listed are only the tip of the iceberg because there are numerous other women who are threatened, intimidated and coerced into having an abortion against their will that never report the incident to authorities because of the stigma surrounding the procedure.
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