Sign here: Oppose the establishment of an “International Safe Abortion Day” at the UN
The international abortion lobby at the United Nations wants to establish an “International Safe Abortion Day” on September 28th. Please join us in expressing outrage at this idea.
A few weeks ago, a coalition of 430 pro-abortion groups sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, as well as to the heads of UN Women, the UN Development Programme, the World Health Organization, the UN Population Fund, the UN Children’s Fund, UNAIDS, and UNESCO, requesting the establishment of the would-be infamous date.
According to the letter, September 28th was declared an international day of action for the decriminalization of abortion in 1990 by the so-called women's health movement, and it has been “celebrated” annually ever since.
Once more, the abortion lobby is using euphemistic expressions to push their agenda. But we know that no abortion is safe, because there is always someone who gets killed. In 100% of abortions, an innocent baby dies, and in a number of cases, the mother also loses her life.
The letter from the abortion lobby argues, “We are not criminals. None of us should be prosecuted for something that is a central fact of being a woman (…) Safe abortion is an essential health service for women.”
Their goal is clear: to push for the legalization of abortion in countries where it’s still illegal, and to establish a “day” that will be used to lobby for public funds to make pro-abortion propaganda.
The abortion lobby has united, and now we must unite as an even louder voice for LIFE.
We must send a clear message to the UN: there is no safe abortion, and to celebrate the killing of innocent human beings goes against the most fundamental human right: the right to life.
When you sign this petition, your message will be sent directly to Secretary Ban Ki-moon. Please join us and thousands of others in asking him to decline this terrible proposal.
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Oppose the establishment of an “International Safe Abortion Day”