“Pro-Choice”? … Choose Your Method!

Did you know? … A so-called "fetus" has a heartbeat at 21 days! Source.
Satan has duped you, by believing it isn’t murder, but you’re forgetting what the Scripture says:
"Thou shalt not kill." - Exodus 20:13.

Do you "Pro-Choicer" even know HOW abortions are carried out?
Let’s have a quick look!


The cervix is stretched to allow passage of a hollow suction tube into the pregnant uterus, which has sharp-edged openings near its tip. Powerful suction force is then applied, allowing the fetus to be ripped apart into pieces that are then suctioned out of the uterus into a collection container. The placenta is then suctioned out from the uterus. In post-12 week pregnancy terminations, supplemental instruments are often required to crush and remove fetal parts that are too large to be evacuated by suction. Most 1st trimester abortions in North America and the United Kingdom are done in this manner.

A surgical procedure that can serve to abort a 1st trimester fetus. The cervix is dilated and a curette - a sharp loop-bladed knife - is inserted into the pregnant uterus in order to cut the fetus and placenta into pieces. The dismembered fetal parts and related tissue are then scraped out of the womb into a basin. The fetal remains must then be accounted for to assure all relevant tissues have been removed from the mother. This technique is often associated with significant maternal bleeding.


Used after 16 weeks, this technique is no longer used commonly in western nations, but is employed often in third world nations because of its cost effectiveness and ease of administration. A syringe of a concentrated salt solution is injected into the amniotic fluid via a long needle through the mother’s abdomen. The fetus then breathes and swallows the hyper-salted amniotic fluid. The fetus struggles and sometimes seizes until dead within usually one hour. The mother typically then delivers a dead fetus within one to two days. The complication of fetal survival upon delivery is not uncommon. The fetal skin upon delivery, having been chemically burned away by the hyper-salted amniotic fluid, usually presents as a glazed red surface.

Used for late term abortions in rare instances. Identical to a Caesarian Section delivery used to deliver a live baby in the presence of certain pregnancy/fetal complications, except the object here is to deliver a dead fetus. A low abdominal incision is made into the pregnant uterus. If the fetus is alive, the complication of delivering a live baby is to be avoided. The live fetus is first terminated while still in the mother’s womb, such as by cutting of the umbilical cord. Once the fetus is dead, the fetus is then physically lifted out of the mother’s womb and the abortion is completed.


Used in well developed 2nd and 3rd trimester pregnancies. The cervix is dilated over a period of time. The fetus is located via ultrasound, which serves to guide the entrance of forceps into the mother’s womb. A foot is grasped and the fetus is placed into a face-down breech (feet first) delivery position. The fetus is then pulled out of the uterus, but keeping the head still inside the mother’s cervix. Surgical scissors are then inserted into the skull at the back of the neck and an opening is thus enlarged to allow placement of a large-bore suction catheter attached to high powered suction. The fetal brain is then suctioned out of the fetal cranial vault. The fetus is now dead and the delivery is completed.

An early pregnancy abortion inducing drug containing Methotrexate taken after the mother misses her period. The drug blocks the use of an essential substance by a newly implanted fetus, causing fetal death and then separation from the uterine wall. The dead fetus and associated tissues are then passed vaginally by the mother. No longer able to induce abortion after six to eight weeks of pregnancy.

Used for 2nd trimester abortions, at which point in fetal development the fetal bones become calcified. A pliers-like instrument is inserted through the dilated cervix into the pregnant uterus. Fetal body parts are grasped and twisted off from the fetal body one at a time and removed from the uterus. It may be necessary to snap the fetal spine and crush the fetal skull to remove them through the dilated cervix. Fetal body parts must be "reassembled" to assure that all fetal tissue has been removed from the mother’s womb.


Used to abort mid and later term pregnancies. The hormone prostoglandin is administered to the pregnant mother, such as via injection into the amniotic fluid and vaginal suppositories. The hormone induces violent premature labor contractions, thus expelling the fetus. The fetus usually dies in the process of delivery, but the complication of live fetal birth is not uncommon. To avoid this complication, drugs lethal to the fetus are often injected into the amniotic fluid, thus assuring fetal death before delivery.

Premature delivery of a commonly midterm fetus is induced via various means, the objective being to deliver a premature baby that is not capable of surviving outside the uterus. When such abortions typically produce the complication of live birth, the now delivered living baby is provided only "comfort care" - wrapping the infant in a blanket - and denied all medical and nursing care. Such infants can linger for hours before dying of "natural causes."

There you have it … Look at all the "fancy" methods you have of killing your child. And the sick thing is! … You pushed to make it LEGAL!

Read this!
"That was not the only live birth Kelly witnessed. She claimed that in numerous instances unborn children between 16 and 30 weeks old were killed outside the womb when a doctor broke their neck or beat them to death with tongs…"
- Coral Ridge Ministries’ Impact Newsletter titled "Industry for Baby Body Parts Uncovered", 2 2000.

Do you realise you are applauding child sacrifice? … My view is, you do! … See … To be "Pro-Choice", is to be anti-Christ!

Sometimes the Carthaginians sacrificed defective children in exchange for healthy ones. It is now standard medical practice to do an amniocentesis at an early stage of pregnancy when congenital abnormalities are suspected. If impairment is confirmed, the parents are advised to consider terminating the pregnancy. To carry to term and raise a defective child is not expected of the parents since they can exchange the frail one they now have for a healthy one in the future. In some states obstetricians who fail to advise their patients of the need for an amniocentesis can be successfully sued for malpractice on the legal grounds that the delivered infants are "wrongful life."

Even the actual rite of child sacrifice has modem parallels in the medical techniques used to perform abortions. In the saline abortion the dying infant is chemically burned as it thrashes about for minutes to hours before finally succumbing. In the suction abortion the loud "whir" of the vacuum pump muffles the sound of the mother crying out in pain and sadness and the ripping and gushing sound of the infant being tom to pieces from the womb.

"Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, …"
- Jeremiah 1:5 (KJV).

If God could hear the voice of Abel's blood crying out to Him from the ground in Genesis 4:10, don’t you think God hears the cries of the Millions of infants butchered via abortion?