Contrary to Claims, Planned Parenthood Is All About Abortion
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Contrary to Claims, Planned Parenthood Is All About Abortion


WASHINGTON - February 18, 2019

While some may accuse the media of unreliable information, Planned Parenthood is no longer hiding the fact that their main task is not women’s health but rather to respect their rights if they want an abortion.

It’s not a propaganda campaign--this is what Buzzfeed previously wrote and later rewrote as untrue. The president of PP denied the report, saying the journalists were confused.

Now the President of the country's largest abortion provider has had to come to terms with the ugly truth of Planned Parenthood: Providing abortion to women is their ultimate goal -- not health care, and certainly not prenatal care.

Liberal politicians and media experts have also chastised many conservatives for their stance, arguing that any restrictions on Planned Parenthood are a deliberate effort by the "patriarchy" to "punish" women by reducing their access to "health care."

Do you remember how media giants are pursuing a massive information strategy to reduce fertility in general? You know that now. Now, under the guise of numerous strokes and tests, Planned Parenthood says this is only part of the business they’re doing to achieve the main goal: to reduce the population. The rest of the time, they're killing babies.

Returning to Buzzfeed's article, Planned Parenthood President Leanna Wen described the emphasis on "non-abortion healthcare." In response, Wen later tweeted that the article "misconstrued" the true mission of Planned Parenthood.

Wen contends further that abortion, and anything associated with it, is Planned Parenthood's "core mission." She asserts that abortion is a "fundamental human right," and that "women's lives are at stake."

According to the latest statistics, the number of abortions performed by Planned Parenthood increased by 11,373, the Washington Examiner reported on January 22, citing the organization's annual report.

The report indicated that Planned Parenthood performed 332,757 abortions during the financial year (which ended on June 30, 2018)-- compared to 321,384 in the previous financial year.

Abortion accounts for 3.4% of the "services" provided by the company (up from 3% in the previous year), which has about 600 clinics. The annual report doesn't indicate the amount of income received as a result of abortion. Some health insurance companies paid for abortions, others received financial assistance, and others paid out of pocket.

The most frequent service provided by Planned Parenthood is the analysis of sexually transmitted diseases (48.7%), followed by contraception (27.1%), and another 6.3% of the medical services provided in this area are related to cancer screening and prevention, which is 0.6% less than in the previous financial year.

Pro-abortionists usually point to maternal death rates as an "justification" for abortion. Yet, they refuse to acknowledge the number of children harmed by vaccines every year, and claim that those young lives lost or ruined are for the "greater good." And if you dare point out their callous disregard for all those lives that will never be, you'll be labeled a woman-hating misogynist or worse.

Abortion propaganda is everywhere

The pro-choice movement bases itself on the belief that the fetus is not a human being, and therefore has no right to influence the choice and well-being of the mother. Their arguments are based on the fact that in the early stages of pregnancy, the human embryo does not have a nervous system and heart, and therefore cannot feel pain. It's important to understand that the defenders of a woman's right to choose still want to reduce, rather than increase the number of abortions, knowing that pregnancy and abortion are stressful on the mother’s body. But at the same time they advocate that every woman in the world has the opportunity to timely and safely terminate an unwanted pregnancy.

Although there are certainly more radical supporters who say that if a woman doesn't want to have children, her right is to have an abortion regardless of the harm to health.

"According to statistics, the number of abortions in the world is equal to the number of living women," says Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, the Women on Waves campaign organizer. "This doesn't mean that every woman will sooner or later have an abortion — just some women have an abortion several times in life. I told with women from countries where abortion is prohibited, such as Chile or Morocco, and believe me, they're willing to make any sacrifice, just to get rid of unwanted pregnancy. Therefore, I'm ready to send them drugs for medical abortion, even in violation of the laws of their countries, because otherwise they will try to do it with the help of improvised materials, which is much more dangerous."

Pro-choice proponents point out that abortion performed by a doctor is even safer than childbirth: This is allegedly confirmed by many studies. In addition, supporters of affordable abortion appeal to statistics that say that the majority of women who have abortions already have children they need to take care of. The reason they go for an abortion is most often the inability to provide for another child.

Supporters of affordable abortion also advocate for the greater availability of contraception, including emergency.

Statistics confirm that the number of unwanted and interrupted pregnancies is decreasing because of the prevalence of prevention rather than the criminalization of abortion. An example here is Germany, where emergency contraception began to be released without a prescription only in March 2015. During the first three months, sales growth was 58%, and in less than a year the number of abortions according to official data decreased by 20%.

Among other reasons for the decline in the number of abortions, German doctors mention women’s better awareness. Their American colleagues agree with them: Comparing the statistics of teenage pregnancies and abortions in the United States (where sex education is poorly developed) with Germany, France and the Netherlands, they concluded that compulsory sex education in schools and the absence of strict taboos on talking about sex in the family in general contribute to reducing the number of pregnancies and abortions in adolescents.

As for the situation in the US, returning to the statement of Leanna Wen, abortion is the company's primary focus, and there's no doubt that’s true — but that is not the Planned Parenthood she's been presenting to the media lately. Writing for Townhall, Lauretta Brown reports that Wen didn't even use the word "abortion" in most of her interviews, after taking on her new role as president.

"She has also repeatedly insisted that the focus of the group is healthcare, not politics," Brown contends.

"People aren't coming to Planned Parenthood to make a political statement. They're coming because they need their vaccinations. They need their well woman exams. They're getting HIV tests," Wen told Buzzfeed.

Pushing the narrative that Planned Parenthood is a "healthcare provider" is just one arm of the pro-abortion propaganda charade. There is also a massive campaign to create an image of abortion as being the cool, trendy cause that young people support. But as recent polling data shows, most millennials do not agree with the Democratic Party’s stance on abortion.

In fact, 70% of millennials support abortion restrictions of some kind — with 42% being against abortion on the whole. Another 28% also support abortion-limiting policies, like opposing taxpayer funding of abortions. Only 7% of millennials share the Democratic Party’s pro-abortion talking points. Despite the media’s attempts to fool the public, the truth always comes out.

Author: USA Really