Despite all the racket from the synoptic writers at the drive by state run media (NY Times, Wa-Po, Reuters, etc), the TRUE body count of baby killing abortions has not dropped precipitously these past few years.
Oh, they are out there touting the opposite. But it ain’t true, dear folks. Here’s some of the cacophony in the last few days, all trumpeted at the same time, and we know that usually means a disinformation campaign, a la Soviet style agit-prop:
New York Times
(2/3, A10, Eckholm, Subscription Publication) reports that in the US, “the abortion rate…declined to its lowest level in more than three decades in 2011, according to a new report released Monday.” The report also found that “the decline in abortions from 2008 to 2011 was mirrored by a decline in pregnancy rates.”
(2/3, Somashekhar), the report found “there were fewer than 17 abortions for every 1,000 women in 2011, the latest year for which figures were available.” This represents a decline of “13 percent from 2008 and a little higher than the rate in
(2/3, Jayson) reports that declines “were seen in all but six states.” Study author Rachel Jones “attributes the decline to more women using ‘highly effective contraceptive methods such as the IUD’ and the fact that the study period was during the recession and sluggish recovery.”
Wall Street Journal
(2/3, A4, Radnofsky, Subscription Publication) notes that from 2008 through 2010, US states enacted 44 laws that restricted how abortion is regulated. In 2011, another 62 laws were passed, but many of these were not immediately put into effect following their passage.
Los Angeles Times
(2/3, Hamedy) reports other findings from the report, such as the fact that “more abortions came earlier in the pregnancy and medication abortions constituted a larger share of the total.” The report, called “Abortion Incidence and Service Availability in the United States, 2011,” noted, “An estimated 239,400 early medication abortions were performed in 2011, representing 23% of all nonhospital abortions, an increase from 17% in 2008.” The report will appear in the March issue of the journal Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health.
AP (2/3, Crary) notes that the highest rates of abortions were found in “in New York, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Delaware and New Jersey; the lowest were in Wyoming, Mississippi, South Dakota, Kentucky and Missouri.” But, according to the report, “many women in Wyoming and Mississippi, where providers are scarce, go out of state to get abortions.”
Also covering the story are Reuters (2/3, Moon), the Huffington Post (2/2, Bassett), the NPR (2/3, Rovner)”Shots” blog, etc.
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All the info and data points were provided by the CDC–no pro-life orgnization we know–and the Alan Guttmacher Institute the agit-prop arm of Klan Parenthood, the largest domestic terrorist group in the US, bragging of killing more than 334,000 preborn babies in 2012, the latest year for reported stats. This ignores the non-requirement for reporting surgical abortions by states such as CA, with its 34+ million people, the most populous state in the Union. It also conveniently ignores the carnage from chemical and mechanical abortions (e.g. the Pill, Plan B, ella, IUDs, Norplant, Implanon, Depo Provera, anti hCG vaccines, misoprostol, methotrexate, etc). The latter account for 4-5 TIMES the body count of just surgical abortions.
In the same year’s report PP brags and admits of performing at least another 1.4 million chemical abortions with Plan B and similar so-called “morning after pills”, a euphemism for chemical abortion post facto creation of new human life.
So, the count is not down folks, it is up. Dramatically. You can read more about it here…