The World Health Organization issued new abortion guidelines Thursday that urge countries to legalize abortions without limits up to birth and promote dangerous “telemedicine” abortions.
The WHO guidelines are about as extreme as they can be, calling for no gestational limits on abortion, an end to requirements that only doctors do abortions, no parental consent for minors, no waiting periods, and active promotion of abortion – including do-it-yourself abortions — by governments.
“Being able to obtain safe abortion is a crucial part of health care,” said Craig Lissner, acting director for sexual and reproductive health and research at WHO. “Nearly every death and injury that results from unsafe abortion is entirely preventable. That’s why we recommend women and girls can access abortion and family planning services when they need them.”
In a press release, the international agency claims abortion is “lifesaving care.” Yet, in its actual report, it inadvertently admits that this is not true. In several places, the guidelines mention “fetal death,” an acknowledgment that an unborn baby is a unique, living human being who dies in an abortion, making it the opposite of safe.
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