Prominent Pro-Abortion Activist Gives Tips for Breaking the Law

Robin Marty gives other pro-abortion people advice on breaking the law:

“When it comes to potentially illegal activities such as bringing abortion-inducing medicines through border checkpoints or helping a teen cross state lines if [a law against transporting minors across state boundaries to have abortions without parental consent] is ever passed into law, the best candidate to take these risks will likely be white, more specifically white clergy, middle-aged or retired white women, or, in small communities, active churchgoers.

It should be the people most likely to inspire trust in and tamp down the suspicion of those who might later investigate them.

And it should also be the people the police are most likely to overlook, and the ones who would make the most sympathetic public cases in the media if they were discovered and arrested.

It should also be someone familiar with and prepared to adhere to all other laws when taking on a potentially illegal action. For example, if a person were to travel with non-prescribed pharmaceuticals in their possession, they would be advised to be abundantly careful about any other laws they could be breaking that could cause the car or the person to be searched.

That means knowing the state laws, such as whether marijuana possession is a crime if it is illegal to talk on a cell phone when driving, even seatbelt laws.

It would also be important to ensure that they don’t speed, that there is no vehicular defect (like a broken tail light) that could cause a cop to pull them over, and that they will obey all traffic lights and signs.”

Robin Marty Handbook for a Post-Roe America (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2019) 108

This book contains instructions for dangerous self-abortion methods as well as advice on how to conduct illegal activities to provide and promote abortion.

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Pro-Choice Christian: “Stewardship” of birth justifies abortion

Judy Mathe Foley is the former managing editor of the national magazine of the Episcopal Church. She is pro-choice and says:

“Birth, though a truly miraculous process, is only one of many miracles in God’s world over which we have stewardship.

Sometimes that stewardship will involve making choices because we are co-creators with God of a constantly evolving creation. Every decision we make cuts off another road – that’s the unfortunate nature of decision-making!”

Judy Mathe Foley “A Faith-Filled Talk of Life and Death” in Phyllis Tickle, ed. Confessing Conscience: Churched Women on Abortion (Nashville, Tennessee: Abingdon Press, 1990) 74 – 75

Click to see what this baby looks like after an abortion

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Pro-Choice Activist: Sometimes a woman has to kill her baby

Judith Arcana, Pro-Choice Author and Educator:

“Sometimes a woman has to decide to kill her baby. That is what abortion is.”

Rosalind Cummings, “In Print: rights of the accused,” Chicago Weekly Reader, Friday, February 17, 1995

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Pro-choice activist: feminists have “mismanaged” abortion rights campaign by not admitting “violence” of abortion

Pro-abortion feminist Camille Paglia says:

“The campaign for abortion rights was systematically mismanaged by feminist leaders, partly because of their refusal to acknowledge the violence inherent in any termination of life.

The same people who opposed capital punishment ironically fought for abortion on demand, showing a peculiar discrimination about whom to execute.

Squeamishly sensitive about their humanitarian self-image, feminists have used convoluted casuistry to define the aborted fetus in purely material terms as inert tissue, efficiently flushed.”

Camille Paglia “Sex War: Abortion, Battering, Sexual Harassment” Vamps & Tramps (New York: Vintage, 1994) 49

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NARAL compares preborn babies to bacteria

In one of their publications, the pro-abortion group NARAL states:

“Eggs and sperm are alive; so are bacteria and all plants and animals. Of course, embryos and fetuses are alive. That doesn’t mean, though, that abortion should be illegal or that it constitutes murder. The Supreme Court has said…that legal personhood begins with birth.”

NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin “Anti-Choice Statements – Pro-Choice Responses,” quoted in Carla Mooney Should Abortion Be Legal? (San Diego, California: Reference Point Press, 2014) 29

A preborn baby, like the one below, is more than merely “alive” in the same sense as bacteria and plants. She is a living human being.

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Episcopal editor explains why Jesus would support abortion

Judy Mathe Foley, the former managing editor of the national magazine of the Episcopal Church, says:

“Suppose Jesus were to meet a 20th-century woman who works every available overtime she can in a hospital emergency room at night and goes to nursing school during the day the whole time her teenage daughter and son are in high school. She often feels guilty about not spending more time with them, but they are cooperative and loving.

Now, just as they are about to become the first in her family ever to go to college, she finds herself pregnant. Knowing she will not be able to meet tuition payments if she must care for another child, and unable to bear the thought of telling them that what they’ve all worked for so long just can’t be, she has an abortion.

Would the Jesus of the parables automatically condemn her? Would he quote a law prohibiting “abortions of convenience”?

When a man too sick to get the healing waters approached Jesus on the Sabbath, a day on which Jewish law prohibited doing any work, did the Son of God say, “Sorry, today’s my day off. Take two aspirins and call my office on Monday”?

That image of Jesus jars… it’s so far from the way he would act…”

Judy Mathe Foley “A Faith-Filled Talk of Life and Death” in Phyllis Tickle, ed. Confessing Conscience: Churched Women on Abortion (Nashville, Tennessee: Abingdon Press, 1990) 74

As much as we can sympathize with the mother trying to do the best she can for her born children, it’s hard to picture Jesus approving of doing this to a baby.

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Woman talks to her two babies before aborting them

A woman who had three abortions describes saying goodbye to two of her preborn children. She says of her first aborted baby:

“I was young and much more centered on myself and my life circumstances than on the baby. I was not really in contact with this baby.”

Later on, she had two more abortions, 18 months apart. She says:

“I was able to go inside myself and have an intimate relationship with these two babies. I was older, wiser, and able to focus on the meaning of these two close experiences…

Actually, I felt I was talking to the same being both times. I felt gratitude because he/they accompanied me during difficult times. I never felt I was doing them harm.

Just before the abortion for each of them, I asked the lady who showed me the ultrasound screen to give me five minutes alone with the baby, before the intervention. I spoke to each of them in a fluid, soft manner, more like saying, “Thank you, see you later…”

With the second, I said, “I guess I didn’t really get it the first time. You had to come back for me to realize fully that I had to leave this man. And I promise you I will do it.”

It was so clear for me that these two children had not come to me saying, “Let me be born.”…

These babies helped me, and I acted on what they helped me with. I honored them. And they had a tremendous healing effect on the guilt and angst which I carried a long time during and after my first abortion. I realized that I had not understood the meaning of this first baby’s presence in my life. I was incapable of going inside myself and relating to that baby.

I was able to recognize the last two babies as beings who were my equals, partners in learning. The ultrasound screen conversations were a way of recognizing the relationship, expressing my gratitude.”

Claudette Nantel “Conscious Abortion: Engaging the Fetus in a Compassionate Dialogue” Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health 35 (2) Summer 2021, pp. 14 – 15

This post-abortive woman believes that her babies existed to teach her life lessons and that they weren’t meant to be born. In reality, she chose to violently kill them through dismemberment. See what abortion does to a preborn baby here.

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Pro-choicer: abortion is the loss of a “distinct life”

Pro-choice advocate Margaret Olivia Little:

“Even at early stages, human life has a value worthy of respect. Miscarriage or abortion represents a loss. Not just a loss for those with hopes of a child, but the loss of a distinct life that had a good in at least the organismic sense and that was, as it were, on its way to becoming one of us.”

Margaret Olivia Little “Abortion and the Margins of Personhood” Rutgers Law Journal 39, no. 331 (2008): 342

(Emphasis in original)

Nevertheless, Little supports abortion.

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Pro-abortion author says it’s a “mystical notion” to consider a preborn baby a person

From the pro-abortion Ayn Rand Institute:

“[A]bortion rights advocates keep hiding behind the phrase “a woman’s right to choose.” Does she have the right to choose murder? That’s what abortion would be, if the fetus were a person. The status of the embryo in the first trimester is the basic issue that cannot be sidestepped.

The embryo is clearly prehuman; only the mystical notions of religious dogma treat this clump of cells as constituting a person.”

Leonard Peikoff “Abortion Rights are Pro-Life” Ayn Rand Institute, January 17, 2003

Below: Pictures of embryos/fetuses in the first trimester. Are these clumps of cells? Is it a “mystical motion” to see these babies as human?

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Politician: better to abort “mentally defective” children

While advocating for legalized abortion, British politician Renee Short stated:

“We must consider what happens to some of the unfortunate unwanted children born into inadequate homes, disabled children, mentally defective children. They come into the care of the local authority.

A research project has been carried out by a Birmingham University social worker, who shows that it is not uncommon for a child of this kind to have up to 10 different homes in five years…

He believes the children coming into care in this way are often more difficult and more disturbed, and that they are the delinquent adolescents. The delinquent adolescents become the parents of more unwanted delinquent adolescent children in the next generation, generating another cycle of cruelty and neglect.”

Fran Amery Beyond Pro-Life and Pro-Choice: The Changing Politics of Abortion in Britain (Bristol: Bristol University Press, 2020) 59

This politician seems to think that because the foster care system is inadequate, so-called “unwanted” children are better off dead.

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