Abortion: almost all the consequences in pictures

Abortion is a choice. And like all choices, it comes with consequences that last throughout a life.

The images depict those consequences. They show clearly that one side of the choice is life, love and selflessness. The other is misery, pain and selfishness. And there is another consequence not shown in these pictures. It is the brutal and physical consequence that at the end of every abortion is a bloodied and dead child. They are the silent victims.

Hope vs Fear

Hope vs Fear

Love vs Emptiness

Love vs Emptiness

Responsibility vs Abandonment

Responsibility vs Abandonment

New Life vs None at All

New Life vs None at All

Miracle vs Medical Instruments

Miracle vs Medical Instruments

Truth vs Lies

Truth vs Lies

Medical Centre vs ‘Medical’ Centre

Medical Centre vs Medical Centre

Treasure vs Trash

Treasure vs Medical Waste

Pain vs Pain

Pain vs Pain

Carer vs Career

Carer vs Career

Birthdays vs Empty Chairs

Birthdays vs Empty Chairs

Messy vs Tidy

Messy vs Tidy

Sleepless Nights vs Sleepless Nights

Sleepless Nights vs Sleepless Nights

Excitement vs Silence

Excitement vs Silence

School Drop-offs vs No Children at All

School Drop-Off vs Pain at Seeing Children

Graduation vs Forever Lost

Graduation vs Forever Lost

Marriage vs Always Empty

New Families vs Always Empty

Right vs Rights

Right vs Rights

True Compassion vs Hate

Love vs Hate

Civilised vs Barbaric

Civilised vs Barbaric

Forgiveness vs A Hardened Heart

Forgiveness vs A Heardened Heart

Grandchildren vs Loneliness

Grandchildren vs Loneliness

Author: Bernard Gaynor

Bernard Gaynor is a married father of eight children. He has a background in military intelligence, Arabic language and culture and is an outspoken advocate of conservative and family values.

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    • Even if those Danish researchers could find 20 000 women who steadfastly refused to admit any ill-effects after viciously murdering their innocent and very precious pre-born child, when they meet their Maker (which is the ultimate test), each and every one of those women would know that what they did was very wrong.

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  1. Kat,
    As the old saying goes: “You can take a mule to water, but you can’t make ’em drink”. You have done a good job of leading a stubborn ass to water – that lifesitenews article is an absolute gem.

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    • Rory, have you actually read the studies that the lifesitenews article quotes?

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    • Dr Orient in her own words. “Estimates depend on flawed methods, with inevitable biases. An experiment to give an accurate figure is, of course, impossible.”

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  2. I cant believe this vile and barbaric practice is still happening in the 21st century, and in the western world to boot.

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  3. Rory and Kat do you think the rapist father should have rights to see the child?
    Remember a child is better when with a father and a mother.

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    • What a stupid question. dies not even warrant a reply

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      • Kat, are there laws in Australia that prevent rapists from having any parental input in the lives of the children conceived through their actions? Not many states in America shield rape victims who go on to raise their children.

      • @Bruce, if a rapist is caught, put on trial and found guilty, they are placed on a sex offenders register for the remainder of their life. This sex offender register has particular guidelines that relate to the crime committed, this often if always includes contact with the victim of the crime depending on the ruling by the court. And do you realise how many rape and incest crimes are shielded by the abortion industry? Abortion is often used by the criminal to take away evidence of their crime, as abortion clinics are not really concerned with how one became pregnant but rather the money they can make on aborting a baby.

      • Yep, there can be little doubt that the multi-billion-dollar baby-killing business disdains women, children and any laws which are even vaguely in accordance with the laws of God and His One, True Church. The baby-killing business has ties with contraception/big pharma, eugenics, the porno and prostitution rackets – and even the church of satan/freemasonry. “Assisting women” is a very cunning disguise.

      • Kat, what percentage of rapists are put on trial and found guilty? Don’t the majority of men who rape women walk away scot free?

      • Bruce, your ability to try to justify abortion due to rape is rather weak to say the least. These are little babies not a “product of conception” as many like to put it. Rape is a terrible crime, often motivated by pornography, however the murder of an innocent defenceless child is worse. How many women walk away scott free for consenting to the murder of their child in utero? I would say a lot more than rapist getting off scott free. Also the instance of conception due to rape is quite rare, because it is a stressful and violent situation the womans body often will not ovulate. If conception does result from rape, it is because the woman has already ovulated before the attack.

      • Kat, did you read the links I provided? ————————— “Also the instance of conception due to rape is quite rare, because it is a stressful and violent situation the womans body often will not ovulate. If conception does result from rape, it is because the woman has already ovulated before the attack.” ——————————————— That’s not true, Kat. http://edition.cnn.com/2012/08/21/health/rape-pregnancy/

      • Kat, a woman’s chance of conceiving a child during a violent rape on the street by a thug is just as high as it would be if she were having gentle consensual sex with her husband. Please read the CNN.com article above to see why.

      • And Bruce of course you would know all this because you have personal experience as a woman who monitors her own fertility…….(sarcasm intended)
        I did not say it was not possible, but it is actually not as common as you think, and ovulation is very much connected to stress levels. And so far you have failed to change my mind that a child should be killed because they were conceived through rape. Bruce your ability to class a child as not worthy of life because of their situation is absolutely appalling to say the least. These are little people with mothers who need support, not abortion to add to their trauma.

      • Kat, I’m getting my information from Dr Sharon Phelan. She’s a fellow at the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of New Mexico. ————————————- “ovulation is very much connected to stress levels.” —————————– Dr Sharon Phelan said that chronic stress can affect ovulation, but acute stress doesn’t have the same impact. The stress you’re talking about is acute. Kat, do you have any expertise in this area that makes you more qualified than Dr Sharon Phelan to comment on this subject?

      • Bruce, I have experience as a woman with knowledge of fertility some gynecologist are not familiar with nor have knowledge of, as well as having experience with women facing pregnancy crisis. As I said, the instance of pregnancy resulting from rape is possible, does happen, but not as often as you think. And even if a pregnancy results from rape, it is a little baby none the less, and not a blob of tissue you have convinced yourself. Children should never be the one’s who suffer because of adult affairs or problems, they are innocent of their situation and have rights, even if you do not think so. If a child is born full term as a result of rape, should we be able to suffocate it or burn the baby to death with chemicals? or would this be murder? i am curious to see what your answer would be, as I am pretty sure you do not class a human as human in early pregnancy because to you it would be subhuman or a blob of tissue.

      • Kat, I think you’re being a little bit harsh on Dr Sharon Phelan. The lady is a trained professional and has impeccable credentials in obstetric medicine and gynaecology. ————————————- “i am curious to see what your answer would be, as I am pretty sure you do not class a human as human in early pregnancy because to you it would be subhuman or a blob of tissue.” ————————— I made my views clear @ March 24, 2014 at 9:11 pm. I respect your views Kat, but I disagree with them. You think you’re right. I think I’m right. Neither of us are saying what we’re saying out of malice.

      • Bruce,
        If your dad robbed a bank before you were even conceived, would it be alright if we tortured and then executed you for the crime?

      • Bruce, you cannot answer my question because you know I am right. And Dr. Phelan opinion is just one Gynecologists opinion. A Baby is a baby no matter how small or what situation they are conceived. To those who are born from rape you should be able to look into their eyes and tell them they should have been pulled limb from limb, and expelled from their mothers womb and be left to die in a cold petri dish, bet you can’t, however this is your logic.
        you have in a round about way said these children should be punished and sentenced to death for the crime of their father.

      • Kat, please stop telling lies.

      • Bruce I am glad you respect my views, but I cannot respect yours, especially when your opinion is blatently disrepectful of someones life, not to mention the mothers well being and mental health. You may think you are doing a great and compassionate thing in supporting abortion in cases of rape, however it is violent and destructive in nature, resulting in a dead child and a more destraught mother.

      • Kat, you’re entitled to your opinion, but it’s wrong to pretend it’s an indisputable fact. I’d like to see your evidence that women who are impregated through rape are better off going to term and raising their children. If you can prove that this is true in EVERY CASE then I’ll condemn all acts of abortion.

      • Kat, I strongly believe that women who are impregnated through rape should be given the choice to decide if they want to raise their attackers’ baby, pass them up for adoption or have an early term abortion. Can you please explain to me how that is being disrespectful to those women?

      • Bruce, are acts of murder condemned by you, or do you also agree with Euthanasia and other practices known as Eugenics? This whole concept that some are more worthy of life than others is nothing new in history, but I must warn you, the practices were supported by tyrant Government, communist, Nazi, ancient greece (spartans), ancient Rome and Egypt. You see when respect for life from conception until natural death is placed on the back burner, making way for exception cases in order to justify killing another, a dangerous slippery slope occurs. We only need to see what has happened in Holland and Belgium of late to see where that goes, and it is very upsetting as not long ago during world war II people were being rounded up in cattle trucks and sent to their death because they were considered subhuman.

      • Kat,
        Without wishing to detract from the studies referenced in your very revealing lifesitenews article, the finding that only “78% of the 30% of women who had abortions after their rapes felt that they’d made the wrong decision and said that “abortion is not the answer for women who were raped”” may be due to the short follow-up periods. Some women endure decades of tortuous repression before realising how silly they were to consent to the brutal and savage slaughter of an innocent child based on the sins of the father. We know for a fact that by the time they meet their Maker, as each of us must, everyone of those women would know that what they did was wrong.

      • Absolutely Rory, thankyou for pointing this out.

      • ““78% of the 30% of women who had abortions after their rapes felt that they’d made the wrong decision and said that “abortion is not the answer for women who were raped””” —————————– Not every woman who becomes pregnant through rape benefits from carrying on with the pregnancy? My point is proved. Kat and Rory, you two should stop forcing your pro-life religious views on ALL women who are impregnated through rape. The limited data you’ve cherry-picked doesn’t support what you’re saying. I’ll support your view when you prove that every woman on the planet who is impregnated through rape would be better off if she gave birth to the child.

      • Hey Bruce maybe you should stop forcing your views that a life should be snuffed out because it seems to confronting that they were concieved through rape. And i would rather be pro life than pro abortion in certain circumstances, people like yourself are blinded by secular society and its ability to disregard life. I will not back down on this issue, and you have not answered any of my direct questions. Also do you have experience with women facing crisis pregnancy? or do you just assume your opinions because thats what everyone else thinks in your circle of friends?

      • “your views that a life should be snuffed out because it seems to confronting that they were concieved through rape” ——————– Kat, can you please stop with the silly lies? It’s self-defeating. I’m sick of you saying that I want children who are conceived through rape to be murdered. If it’s an early term abortion then you can hardly call it murder. It’s stupid to pretend that a foetus that isn’t even 20 weeks old is the same as a fully developed child. A foetus cannot feel pain during the first 20 weeks of its development. I believe that women who are in that situation should have the right to decide for themselves because I’m worried that some of them might commit suicide if they are forced into having the child. Do you care about those women?

      • Ah so finally you admit that you think babys in early developmental stages are not human, and merely a blob of tissue. And yes I care about both the baby and the women in these situations, suicidal thoughts are just one of the symptoms of post abortion syndrome, and fetal development research is becoming more detailed as to the pain a baby is subjected to during abortion. I care for both the long term mental health outcome of the mother and the life and welfare of the child concieved.

      • Now that you have confirmed your opinion that babies in early developmental stages are not human it is pointless for me to continue this conversation with you unless you value all life. I hope you change your attitude on this one day as they are indeed little humans. I will leave you with this quote which sums up the opinion that you hold, it is from George Orwells Animal farm, a book written to outline stalins soviet union era “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”.

      • “Ah so finally you admit that you think babys in early developmental stages are not human, and merely a blob of tissue.” —————— Kat, please stop putting words in my mouth. I didn’t say that foetuses aren’t human, but there is a difference between a 20 week old foetus and a fully developed child. Science has shown that foetuses do not detect pain before 24 weeks.

      • Bruce,
        There’s also a difference between a newborn baby and a 5 year-old child. The point is that whether they are 2 weeks gestational age, newly born or 5 years old – they are all human life – and should never be subjected to horrific torture followed by savage and brutal murder. As for your pseudoscientific claim that babies don’t feel pain before 24 weeks, that has now been thoroughly debunked. Sensory receptors can be demonstrated in babies by 7 weeks gestational age.
        http://www.texasrighttolife.com/a/1074/Medical-experts-confirm-preborn-children-experience-pain#.U0vEUIyKD3g

      • When pro-abortion savages start saying “stop forcing your pro-life religious views on all women…” what they really mean is “stop trying to prevent women from making a terrible mistake”.

      • Rory, it’s impossible for a 7 week old foetus to feel pain. Dr. Anne Davis laid it out beautifully. ————————– “And what we know in terms of the brain and the nervous system in a fetus is that the part of the brain that perceives pain is not connected to the part of the body that receives pain signals until about 26 weeks from the last menstrual period, which is about 24 weeks from conception.” ————————— http://www.salon.com/2013/08/07/fetal_pain_is_a_lie_how_phony_science_took_over_the_abortion_debate/

      • Kat,
        Don’t be surprised when Bruce starts up ensuring us that the pro-murder filthy, lying ratbags in the RCOG have “impeccable credentials”. Most doctors in the RCOG would be languishing behind bars in a civilized society.

  4. Bernard, you’re done a really good thing by showing the horror behind abortion. The only time I can see abortion being acceptable is when a woman is impregnated by a rapist. I will never tell a woman who was raped by a man that she must have his child. If she has PTSD then going to term with the pregnancy might make it worse. I’ll never advocate for something that will jeopardise her health.

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    • @Bruce
      why would you sentence to death the child for the crime of their Father?
      Also Rape victims suffer much more PTSD if they abort the baby than if they continue the pregnancy to term.

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      • Can you say for sure that all women who are impregnated by a rapist won’t fare worse if they go to term and raise their attackers’ children? What if they get flashback memories? What gives anyone the right to tell those poor women that they must go through that? I cannot see how an early term abortion is wrong in that situation.

      • And what right do you or anyone else to say a baby in utero should be terminated because of how they came into existence? I have had experience with rape victims and the healing that they have is far more successful if they keep the baby than if they take the “quick fix” offered by abortion clinics, the result in dealing with PTSD and post abortion syndrome is absolutely terrible, it leaves more mental scarring than you can imagine. You say that an early termination is acceptable? is this because you cannot hear them or feel them kick? or is it because you have convinced yourself that they are subhuman beacause they are still developing. And you still have not answered my original question, do you think that the Child should be killed for the crime of their father?

      • Well said Kat – the book ‘Victims and Victors’ tells the stories of women who became pregnant through rape and incest and goes on to document their experiences. Some had abortions, some did not. The ones who had abortions were still traumatised and felt that the abortion experience was actually worse than the rape (kind of like a mechanical rape). The others had fears of not loving their child because of the way it was conceived, but when they met their little tiny innocent child it took away the pain of the rape. So having the baby became a way of healing while abortion became another trauma. Abortion stops a beating heart, no matter how that baby came into being.

      • Bruce do you think it is the Child to be killed for the crime of their father?
        Because according to you children who are conceived from rape are less worthy of life because of the situation. have a read of these stories actually from the babies themselves who’s lives were not disposed of.
        http://www.rebeccakiessling.com/index.html

      • Rape is very, very bad, but rape followed by the gruesome murder of an innocent child is even worse.

      • Totally agree Rory, it is upsetting to see that so many people make excuses that children conceived through rape are not worthy of life.

      • Kat,
        I wish those advocating abortion as a compassionate option for rape victims could see some of the brutally butchered babies for themselves.Having seen literally hundreds of savagely slaughtered babies very close up over some years as a pathologist, I believe that presenting these images could be an educational tool. On some of the older babies you can clearly see so-called defence injuries – how their little arms and legs have multiple slices from attempts at self-defence – before being ripped out one by one.

  5. Bernard, thank you for these beautiful and very graphic images. Although I truly appreciate the message they are meant to convey, they were also painful for me to look at. I have never had an abortion, but many years ago I had six miscarriages due to some complicated medical conditions. After one, I was in hospital in a room with a young woman who had just had her fourth clinical abortion, because she was….in her words…..”too young to have screaming brats.”
    I mourned for her ignorance, and my pain in so badly wanting a child. I still mourn for my lost babies, after more than thirty years, but take comfort in knowing I will meet them in Heaven, in God’s care. What comfort does that young woman have in realising that she deliberately murdered her own babies? Now, I actively work against abortion, and will do so as long as God enables me.

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    • Hello Jan – thank you for your comment. I am very sorry for your loss. Your grief is the grief of a mother and there is no love quite like it. It also is very saddening that people such as yourself have grief compounded by our society’s deliberate attack on life from every quarter.

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