France bans video with Down syndrome kids to avoid ‘disturbing the conscience’ of abortive moms

A beautiful “Dear Future Mom” video has been banned by the French Broadcasting Council and the French State Council because it includes smiling children with Down syndrome. The award-winning video, produced in 2014, was made to encourage and alleviate the fears of pregnant mothers who have been given a Down syndrome diagnosis. It shows children…

A pro-abortion European Citizens’ Initiative (ECI) 

Following the rejection of the right-to-life bill by the Polish Parliament, the “Save Women” (pro-abortion) committee announced an upcoming European Citizens’ Initiative to ensure a guaranteed access to legal abortion, sexual education, and contraception at the EU level. Barbara Nowacka, leader of the “Save Women” committee explains: “In a few months, I am going to ask for your help to…

Polish Citizens’ legislative initiative towards a comprehensive protection of human life

The ECLJ publishes a Report on the Polish Citizens’ legislative initiative towards a comprehensive protection of human life Strasbourg – Octobre 4th 2016. The citizens’ legislative initiative for the total abolition of abortion, delivered to the Polish Parliament on 5th July 2016, aims to ensure for all children, before as well as after birth, equal rights…

Planned Parenthood’s lie

For years, Planned Parenthood has tried to bolster its public image by saying that abortion “is only three percent” of its activities. Now, a new video from Live Action explodes that myth, exposing the sleight-of-hand the nation’s largest abortion provider uses to artifice such a low number.

According to its most recent annual report, in the 2014-2015 fiscal year Planned Parenthood performed 323,999 abortions and saw a total of “approximately” 2.5 million patients – not all of whom are women. That’s one abortion every 97 seconds.

That also means that one of every eight patients will have an abortion – making the percentage of abortions Planned Parenthood performs more than four times higher than it commonly reports.