I spend lot of time talking about how the Tide is Turning in America – how more young people today are considering themselves pro-life than ever before, and how, especially with individual states fighting back against the taxpayer funding of large abortion facilities like Planned Parenthood, we’re starting to see significant changes in a nation that’s been fighting legal abortion for almost 40 years.
And it looks like the UK isn’t far behind.
Ireland already has an almost spotless pro-life record, and now Britain seems to be jumping on board after a new poll revealed that British medical students support the freedom of physicians and medical professionals who morally object abortion to opt out of performing the procedure. Nearly half of those polled strongly supported a doctor’s right to object from taking part in the procedure if it comes into conflict with their moral, ethical or religious beliefs.
This sends a pretty loud and clear message to pro-aborts across the globe: the cracks in the abortion industry are showing worldwide, and the pro-life movement is gaining momentum.
What Planned Parenthood and the rest of the pro-abortion culture doesn’t understand is that they very literally stand right in the center of the biggest social injustice our world has ever seen.
The British poll surveyed various religious and ethnic groups, keeping tabs on who answered and how. A third of those polled noted that they would not perform an abortion on a pre-born, disabled child before 24 weeks. Another quarter said they wouldn’t abort as a result of failed contraception before 24 weeks. Thankfully, a fifth said they wouldn’t abort on a minor who was the victim of rape.
Planned Parenthood: are you listening?
The pro-choice movement has become nothing more than a desperate string of ironic arguments. Planned Parenthood believes in the fundamental right for minors to engage in sex, but begs for government funding to continue destroying the fundamental right to Life. Women who succumb to believing that “her body, her choice” means sexual freedom miss the mark when it comes to overlooking the same fundamental right to choose that her preborn son or daughter has. The pro-life message is taking hold worldwide, and British medical students are standing with their American counterparts, understanding the need to fight back against the pro-abortion agenda.