Abortion providers are breaking the law with DIY pills by post, says Christian Concern
Christian Concern has accused two major abortion providers of breaking the law with a postal service that mails out 'DIY' abortion pills to women wanting to terminate their pregnancies at home during the pandemic.
Abortion rules were relaxed after the UK went into lockdown to allow pregnant women to carry out terminations at home up to 10 weeks, but Christian Concern accuses Marie Stopes and BPAS (the British Pregnancy Advisory Service) of failing to perform adequate checks on gestation.
Christian Concern used mystery volunteers to call up the providers to access abortion pills via their postal service. The volunteers received the pills "despite using false names, dates of birth and gestational dates"....
Jim Lincoln wrote: Phil Johnson wrote: .... If the same energies and resources that were poured into failed political efforts had been channeled into evangelism instead, I'm convinced that would have been instrumental in producing more spiritual good and hindering more of society's evils than all our lobbying, demonstrating, and voting combined....
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Really? You mean Gods people should focus on 'evangelism", and not 'politics?'
Actually, I was addressing the pill problem in the United States and Great Britain. Phil Johnson was addressing the problem in the United States, and it would also apply to Great Britain
Sean Young, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia wrote: The district court blocked Georgia‚Äôs abortion ban, because it violates over 50 years of Supreme Court precedent and fails to trust women to make their own personal decisions, This case has always been about one thing: letting her decide. It is now up to the state to decide whether to appeal this decision and prolong this lawsuit.
Every so-called heartbeat law has been struck down ‚Ěó
Phil Johnson wrote: .... If the same energies and resources that were poured into failed political efforts had been channeled into evangelism instead, I'm convinced that would have been instrumental in producing more spiritual good and hindering more of society's evils than all our lobbying, demonstrating, and voting combined....
Only certain criminal activity is considered criminal today, it seems. Riotious protesting, which violated numerous laws and public health declarations, was simply First Amendment activity. Mailing abortion pills thru the mail? Why not. Murder, mayhem, destruction, it all flows together. Utterly shameful.