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Changing Scope of Women's Rights

Recently the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) met in New York under the auspices of the United Nations. Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D, was there and her report is quite alarming.

It seems to me that the CSW is a waste of time. It seems to consist of alot of wealthy, left-wing, manhaters getting together to push an agenda that ignores the problems of the world's women.

The CSW has recently embarked on a crusade to make abortion a "human right." While millions of women are dying world wide from disease, slave traffiking, and so called "honor killings", the CSW wants to make sure that at least they can abort their unborn children.

As you can tell, I a quite pro-life. I wasn't always this way. As a young man I bought the line that it was a "choice not a child" and that women really did need to see a "trained professional" at Planned Parenthood in order to make a decent choice. That was until a friend of mine had an abortion.

Here story was wrenching. She went to a Planned Parenthood clinic for "counciling" and came out with an abortion. The way she described the session, it is a wonder if anyone comes out a PP clinic without an abortion.

Basically, she said that the counciler had her write down her dreams and goals. Then when she passed them to the counciler, the woman tore the paper up and threw it into the trash. She then told the scared young lady that her life would be miserable with a baby, and that she would be poor for the rest of her life. Obviously, the abortion went through after this session.

If this is what some call a "human right" or "choice" it makes me sad. It makes me worry that one day the United States, a bastion of humanity and freedom, will one day have to atone for the abortions our country has allowed to happen.

It reminds me of a qoute from Thomas Jefferson: "I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, that his justice cannot sleep forever."

Posted by · 4 March 2005 03:30 PM