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How graphic is too graphic in the fight for life?

Posted by truthtalklive on October 7, 2008

 Guest host Steve Noble wants to know..Is it ok to use graphic pictures of aborted children in a pro-life cause? Our guest will be David Lee.  Steve Noble is the host of   “Called To Action!”  More information on todays topic @  “Justice For All!”.


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7 Responses to “How graphic is too graphic in the fight for life?”

  1. Maz said

    When I first saw pictures of aborted babies, some badly burnt by chemicals, some mutilated beyond recogition, I felt upset, angry and outraged. It spurred me on more to come against such a barbaric procedure which kills thousands…….THOUSANDS of children every year. I believe people should see the results of this mass murder of innocent babies, it may change their mind to actually SEE what these babies go through before they die. And apparently they do feel the pain.

  2. I could not agree with you more, Maz! In our culture people need to “see it before they believe it”. Abortion IS graphic, not a “choice”.

  3. Maz said

    I never knew exactly what abortion did to a baby, I thot it was just simply taken from the womb. That is NOT what happens. And I actually wrote to the President of the USA about partial birth abortion when I heard about it. A very macabre…..abominable way of abortion, which horrified me. I could not understand how human beings could do such a thing to a fully formed baby….it WAS NOT A FETUS. God help us all to speak out against it more!

  4. John said

    It takes a special kind of individual to be able to look at their victims and kill them, a familiarity with death that many “civilized” people in America don’t seem to posses anymore. I know many people who, although loving the taste of flesh, would not or could not be able to handle the work, smells,and mess of killing and slaughtering an animal for food[at least an animal that has been deemed “cute” of thought of as a pet or companion in some way. Today some of my co-workers killed a small snake with a shovel. Because it was a snake, which is a rather stupid reason. Imagine beating a song bird to death because it is…a bird. Some people are just “retarded”.]. So let the common public see the pictures if you think it will help your cause, but you must be prepared to answer children when they ask hard questions about the things that they see, and be prepared for the possibility that your tactic may backfire on you, and further desensitize the common public. Or attract the attention of those who enjoy seeing such images[there are more of them out there than you may wish to believe possible, especially among the younger generations.].

  5. Maz said

    John: I think there is enough violence and crime on the TV and in films to have desensitised the human race many times over, but these pictures need to be seen…..no, not by children, not by those who have just had an abortion, that would create psychological traumour. People who think they know about abortion and want to promote it should see them. And if they can still push for abortion after what they see, then truly they are evil in their hearts and completely cold and insensitive to the pain and suffering in these babies.

    Yes, some people would squirm at chopping up an animal with a knife or other utensil but not blink an eye at a baby being aborted. Strange and sinister world we live in. But God sees all, and everyone will have to give an account for what they did to these children. I could not even begin to imagine the consequences in eternity for these perpetrators of death…..being a doctor or a nurse, ”I was only doing my job”, will not be enough to save them.

    What would be worse, a tactic that ‘backfires’, or still more and more thousands of babies being murdered because we did nothing to show the truth in all it’s ghastly horror.

  6. F. L. A. said

    You can do anything if you are willing to accept the responsibility of your actions/inactions.

  7. Maz said

    Ferox: And the consequences. But how does it affect others thats the point.

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