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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

The Guardian's Shameful Abortion Centre Photo

For years we have had listen to lies from the media, politicians and abortion providers claiming that Pro-Lifers film clients going into abortion centres. Just last month we had staff from the abortion centre in Ealing on National Radio and the local MP, claiming that we live-stream from outside abortion centres. The Guardian have repeated all those claims time and time again. Yet no images of women entering or leaving abortion centres which have been taken by pro-lifers have ever appeared on social media or in the public domain. This is because pro-lifers DON'T photograph or film women entering abortion centres. We are there to offer help to pregnant Mums, it is unlikely that the hundreds of women that stop to talk to us would do so if we were filming.

Then on Sunday 26th November, the Guardian, who claim to be supporting women, published a photo of two women leaving the abortion centre in Ealing. [We have distorted the image above]. A 'pro-choice feminist' group calling itself Sister Supporter have also put up an image of another women attending this abortion centre.

So once again it is clear that the Pro-Lifers are there to help and respect women and the abortion campaigners are not. Please contact The Guardian and ask them to remove or distort the photo and ask them to never take or publish photos of women entering or leaving abortion centres again.

Please come to our vigils to pray and donate to help us support those women who choose life for their children.

Go to our website to see some videos with Mothers that we have been able to help.

5 comments:

  1. I think that what the Good Counsel Network do is absolutely wonderful and essential..my only concern is that they refer to themselves as Catholic without which (ie being all inclusive ) I believe that their actions and message would be far more effective..The reason for this is that I have so often encountered an anti religious stance from so called pro choice who are quick to dismiss being prolife as being a "religious belief".
    What does anyone else think?

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    1. They will dismiss us whatever we say, so best to just say the truth. Secular pro-life groups get really attacked as well. We have been helping women of all faiths and no faiths for years, but we just have to be who we are. Please keep us in your prayers.

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  2. If you mean here looks like they changed the picture - https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/nov/26/abortion-clinics-uk-mulls-tougher-laws-to-protect-women

    It is telling that they haven't allowed comments.

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    1. It took them about 2 or 3 full days to remove it if they have now done so, it was still coming up as the advert for the article if anyone tweeted the article to anyone else. It is a disgrace. They could have used the picture without those women in it. What on earth were they thinking? Who knows what dangers it may have posed for the woman? And the Guardian are constantly accusing us of facebook livestreaming or otherwise photographing and filming women entering abortion centres, which we - and any pro-life group I have ever heard of - don't do ever.

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  3. The devil is the prince of lies. The abortion industry and other power-hungry and money-grabbing people play into his hands, joining him in his clever twisting of the truth. We are in a spiritual battle. Victory belongs to Christ Jesus, whose Mum would have been offered an abortion is she had conceived him now. Jesus protect everyone in crisis pregnancies from the power-hungry and the money-grabbing who see in promoting the killing of our own species as a way to get rich and powerful.

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