Feminists worship abortion.
Planned Parenthood recently promoted a “Shout Your Abortion” campaign, encouraging teens to proudly tell their friends on social media they had an abortion.
And actress Emma Watson just wrote a letter that will make you want to trash your Harry Potter DVDs.
Ireland has a long history of being Catholic and pro-life.
But earlier this year, Irish voters repealed the country’s abortion ban.
And now feminists are heralding that tragic move as “progress.”
Emma Watson, who played Hermione in the Harry Potter movies, is now a pro-abortion activist.
She just wrote an open letter in support of Ireland repealing the Eighth Amendment.
Her letter was written to Dr. Savita Halappanavar, a woman who died from a septic miscarriage in 2012.
Abortion activists claim Halappanavar was denied an abortion, which caused her death.
But there was one major problem.
Ireland’s Eighth Amendment would have allowed abortion to save the life of the mother.
This was a case of medical malpractice.
Watson wrote for Net-A-Porter:
Dear Dr Savita Halappanavar,
You didn’t want to become the face of a movement; you wanted a procedure that would have saved your life. When news of your death broke in 2012, the urgent call to action from Irish activists reverberated around the world – repeal the Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution. Time and again, when our local and global communities collectively mourn a tragic death due to social injustice, we pay tribute, mobilize and proclaim: rest in power. A promise to the departed and a rallying call to society, we chant: never again.
A note on your memorial in Dublin read, “Because you slept, many of us woke.” That the eighth amendment enabled valuing the life of an unborn fetus over a living woman was a wake-up call to a nation. For you, and those forced to travel to the UK to access safe, legal abortion, justice was hard-won. From Argentina to Poland, restrictive abortion laws punish and endanger girls, women and pregnant people. Still, Northern Ireland’s abortion law predates the lightbulb. In your memory, and towards our liberation, we continue the fight for reproductive justice.
With all my love and solidarity,
Less than 1% of all abortions are performed to save the life of the mother.
Yet, pro-abortion activists use these extreme cases to justify abortion-on-demand through the full nine months of pregnancy
Emma Watson is not new to this politicizing game, though.
She was appointed as an ambassador for the UN in 2014 and has used her position for radical feminist causes since.
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