Le syndrome de Down

Cette vidéo que la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme autorise à censurer en France nous montre le soutien à toutes les mères, pères et familles qui attendent un enfant diagnostiqué trisomique. Il est essentiel de le voir et surtout de le partager. De One of Us, nous dénonçons la censure et parions sur la…

World Down Syndrome Day

This video that the European Court of Human Rights allows to censor in France shows us the support for all mothers, fathers and families who are expecting a child diagnosed with Down syndrome It is essential to see it and above all share it. From One of Us we denounce censorship and bet on the…

The new abortion law in Spain: a new attack against human life, women, family, health personnel and Spanish society as a whole

The approval by the Spanish Council of Ministers of the new Law on abortion yesterday is a new ideological imposition that undermines the scientific reality of the human embryo, undermines women in their motherhood and against Spanish society itself, which Massively, last June, they demonstrated in Madrid against this law. As if this were not…

Homemade abortion goes viral on TikTok

Ruben Razzante in the Nuova Bussola Quotidiana)- The heated debate on abortion is also spreading through social networks, which present many risks for young people. Videos with home methods to induce abortion are spread on TikTok; the social network promises to block them, but has to deal with strategies that continue to allow their viewing.…

Chemical Abortion

As a complement to the latest postings developed by Prof Herranz,”Contraceptive pills and other abortifacients (I-X)”, a recent article on chemical abortion is attached below, which comes to influence the artificial disinformation not exempt from being positively intentional and favored by all kinds of political and commercial interests, and that place those who facilitate the…

Ireland denounces manipulation and sectarianism in the Report on the application of the abortion law published by the Government

Prolife Campaign in Ireland has pointed out that the concerns they raised by denouncing that the research commissioned by the government to review Ireland’s three-year abortion law enforcement has been selective and incomplete, are now clearer and can be seen by all in the Today’s HSE report. Commenting on the “Unplanned Pregnancy and Abortion Care” (UnPAC) investigation released…