Today’s Genocide Murdered This Group Of Babies, And Only Four Survived

Unborn babies have always been a target of the pro-abort crowd, who still refuse to value the sanctity and dignity of human life.

But in one particular country, abortion has reached a whole new level of monstrosity.

In fact, one specific group of babies was singled out, and when the pro-abort crowd was finished with them, only four survived.

Yes, four.

You see, in Denmark, politicians support abortion, and they are even proud of their murder rate.

They simultaneously try to deny and defend their actions, but the number of babies slaughtered speaks volumes on what’s really going on.

But what’s even worse is they are targeting babies who have Down syndrome, and are flat out refusing to let them be born.

LifeSite News reported:

“Danish Ambassador to Ireland Carsten Søndergaard defended his country’s abortion laws in a letter to the Oireachtas committee that is debating the legalization of abortion in Ireland, the Irish Times reports.

 Søndergaard responded to a pro-life advocate who told the committee that the Danish government is trying “to eradicate Down syndrome by abortion by 2030.”

 He denied the claim, but his own comments indicate that very few babies with Down syndrome are born in Denmark.

 “In 2016, there were four children born in Denmark with Down’s syndrome after prenatal diagnosis and there were 20 children born with Down’s syndrome diagnosed after birth,” Søndergaard wrote to the Irish committee.

 “In general it should be noted that it is not the policy of the Danish health authorities to eradicate Down’s syndrome, but it is their duty to provide the pregnant woman with the best possible basis for her to make her own decision about her pregnancy,” he continued.

 The country does, however, allow women to abort unborn babies with disabilities later in pregnancy.

 In Denmark, abortions are legal for any reason up to 12 weeks, but women may abort unborn babies diagnosed with serious physical or mental disorders, including Down syndrome, even later.”

 But Søndergaard’s careless slip of the tongue revealed his true agenda.

He cannot say the Danish health authorities are not seeking to eliminate babies with Down syndrome, then boast how only 4 babies who were diagnosed with Down syndrome before birth were allowed to be born.

As for the other 20 who were born with Down syndrome, the only reason they survived is because they weren’t diagnosed until after birth.

Every baby’s life matters.

Yes, even if they are born with a physical or intellectual disability.

It’s critical to keep the heat on politicians so this type of genocide stops.

Politicians need to stop playing God, and finally some politicians get it and are starting to wake up.

A huge victory for pro-lifers took place in Ohio, when Governor Kasich signed a bill which prohibited abortions on babies with Down syndrome.

LifeSite News reported:

“The Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act will go into effect in 90 days.

 The bill, which passed the Ohio Senate 20-12 and the Ohio House 63-30 last month, prohibits abortion when prenatal tests show the baby has Down syndrome or is likely to have it.

 Any individual who commits an abortion in these circumstances could be charged with a fourth-degree felony, and doctors who do so could also lose their licenses, but the mother would not be accountable, during to CNN.”

 While this victory is great, we have a long way to go to fight to protect innocent life.

For it is God who breathes life into the lungs of each baby, and no human should have the authority to decide who lives and who dies.

What are your thoughts on allowing babies with Down Syndrome to be aborted just for having an intellectual disability?

Do you think prosecuting doctors who commit abortions in these circumstances is a step in the right direction?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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