If you are not friends with Robert George on facebook, I would highly recommend adding him as his sound philosophical mind stops me in my tracks everyday. He will accept your friend request. He is a philosophy professor at Princeton. He writes frequently about abortion.
Today, he posted the following which with all my conscience I cannot turn a blind eye to and not share. May God open our eyes to fight for the unborn with new vigor especially with our roots committed to suffering for their cause and in hopes that our sacrifices will save their life.
Here is the following from his facebook page:
"Friends, I am sharing this with great reluctance. It is a video of an
abortionist performing an abortion by which the life of an unborn child
is taken at 20 weeks. PLEASE do not watch this if you are not prepared
to see something truly horrible. It is made even more shocking by the
mild-mannered, almost avuncular, tone of the abortionist's running
commentary. He obviously sincerely believes that there is nothing wrong
with killing and dismembering the developing child, and that
he is merely "helping this young woman get on with her life." It is
utterly chilling. From 2:30 to 2:45, as he explains that he is
"reassembling the fetal tissue," you see what is really going on here.
Again, PLEASE DO NOT WATCH THIS UNLESS YOU ARE EMOTIONALLY PREPARED FOR
IT. I am sharing it for those who are prepared so that you can see with
your own eyes what the abortion power means by "fetal tissue" and other
euphemisms. Bear in mind, by the way, that this is not a video created
by the pro-life movement. It is a video done by the abortionist to show
the interested public how he does his work---work that he is proud of
doing. God help us."
The abortionist that created this video did so to inform viewers how he does abortions. He dismembered this poor baby so casually for educational purposes and pieces the baby back together so the woman can "get on with her college career."
or not you have watched the abortion video and seen the child's tiny
severed hand, please watch this concluding scene from Schindler's List
and, pro-life friends, please ask yourself, as I am asking myself, did I
do enough? Am I doing enough?
all I could think of was that line of Oscar Schindler's when those whom
he saved we're seeing him off after the war had ended. Fighting back
tears, he said "But I didn't do enough. But I didn't do enough." The
survivors were showering him with praise and thanks, yet all he could
think of was the fact that he hadn't sold his wedding ring. "With the
money I could have saved one more, maybe even two." And then he saw his
fine automobile and, wracked with guilt, he said "I could have sold it.
I didn't need it. I could have saved ten more." When I saw the little
hand, all I could think is, I haven't done enough.
*A note of sympathy to my dear sisters in Christ. My whole intent is to form the conscience of all Americans, including myself, who might become a bit complacent to this horrific act. If you have had an abortion, I have written previously about my dearest friend HERE. I do not judge your soul. I reach out my hand to help you heal as I know these issue might stir up a vortex of emotions. I am sorry the world has lied to you and told you that all would be well once the baby was gone. Let us pray for each other.