Thursday, 23 February 2012

Sex-selective abortion is inevitable consequence of easy abortion access

SPUC has responded to The Telegraph's report this evening which suggests that some British doctors are complicit in sex-selective abortions.

Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, told the media earlier this evening:
"This investigation confirms the reality of eugenics in modern British medicine, in which some innocent human beings are deemed too inconvenient to be allowed to live. Sex-selective abortion is an inevitable consequence of easy access to abortion, a situation to which the pro-abortion lobby has no convincing answer. The government needs to cut its ties to private abortion providers and to abortion rights organisations. They are complicit in sex-selective abortion domestically through their support for abortion on demand, and internationally through their complicity in China's population control programme."
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