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Abortion is genocide

As a single cell, a zygote, you and I began to exist. Within us was more information than what anyone would find in one complete set of The Encyclopedia Britannica. (And I will spare you the jab at Pro-Aborts). At conception, from the view of science, a human being is conceived.

In New Jersey, over 30 percent of all pregnant women choose abortion, and most of these women are black-skinned people. The David & Lucille Packard Foundation funded a survey posted at The Alan Guttmacher Institute. The word “genocide” according to Webster’s Third New International Dictionary means: … systematic measures … calculated to bring about the extermination of a racial, political, or cultural group …”

Not only from conception to abortion do we have a cultural group, but also a racial group. Individually, a baby anywhere from conception to abortion belongs to the individual group peculiar to all human life, from conception to abortion, and to the varied races of humanity.

Reasons for genocide in America: Inadequate finances, not ready for responsibility; woman didn’t know that she was pregnant.

Abortion is genocide. Causes of death include: Instruments inserted into the uterus. drugs administered to the unborn, and abdominal surgery.

Kristopher Finstad

Grass Valley

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