For those pro-abortionists who seem to believe that it is all about the women and not the babies. This post is related to my previous post regarding questions about rampant abortion’s, Right To Choose.
MADRID, December 14, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – For what is probably the first time in history, a television network in Spain has shown an abortion on national television.
The video, shot during a hidden-camera exposé on Spain’s abortion industry, shows a nurse injecting deadly poison into the fetus through the vagina of a pregnant woman, who then expels her dead child, about five months old. The doctor immediately covers the body.
“The baby is born dead. His cradle: a trash can,” says the commentator in voice-over on the tape. An abortion of the baby of a second woman is also shown.
After showing the second abortion, the commentator remarks. “As soon as the baby is born, the doctor must cover it up. No one looks at it. No one examines it.”
Later, the undercover reporter examines one of the dead children. “Hands, feet, a face. The cadaver of a human being,” the commentator notes. The doctor, a woman, remarks that the baby is 21 months old, but says she “never” looks at the bodies of the fetuses.
“Never?” asks the undercover reporter, who is posing as a doctor looking for work at the clinic. “Never,” the woman repeats “Never, never, never again!” When asked why, the doctor says “Because I don’t like it.” “Of course, you are a mother, I assume, right?” the reporter asks. No answer is given.
All of the patients preparing for abortions were over five months pregnant, “a period in which the fetus is completely formed and in possession of all of its senses,” notes the voice-over. One of the patients is only 15 years old.
The doctor explicitly acknowledges in the video that many of the patients have no valid reason for their abortions. However, she assures the reporter that the clinic has a psychiatrist who will automatically sign the necessary forms to authorize it because of “psychological” need as required under Spanish law.