Founder’s QuoteDecember 11, 2019
Wielding Secrecy as a Weapon, by Christine NilesDecember 11, 2019
By The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), Dec. 10, 2019
WASHINGTON, DC – The US Supreme Court has upheld a Kentucky State law which requires doctors to show mothers their ultrasound image and let them hear their baby’s heartbeat before an abortion procedure. Fiorella Nash, bioethics consultant said: “If women have the opportunity to see and hear their baby, they could reject abortion.”
The Kentucky law, requiring doctors to present an ultrasound image and foetal heartbeat audio to mothers considering abortion, was passed in 2017. American Civil Liberties Union, a pro-abortion campaign group, recently attempted to bring forward an appeal against the law, on behalf of Kentucky’s lone abortion clinic. The court declined the appeal on Monday, thus allowing the current law to stand.
Mrs Nash said: “For women to be truly free, we must be intellectually free, and that means challenging and breaking loose from decades of indoctrinating propaganda. If abortion promoters regard women as too infantile to be given the uncensored truth, it is difficult to see on what basis they can speak of giving women an informed choice—and a choice that is not informed is no choice at all.” …