The Pro-Life Movement Does Not Want To Ban Abortion, It Goes Against Law That Abolishes Abortion, The Pro-Life Movement Has Become Absolutely Evil

By Theodore Shoebat

A new bill was drafted in Poland and could have actually banned abortion for good. The mainstream pro-life establishment in Poland, alongside numerous bishops in Poland, went against the bill. This is just another evidence as to how evil the pro-life movement has become. I did a whole video on this:

According to the report:

Poland’s Catholic bishops have reiterated support for stricter pro-life controls, after parliamentarians voted down a new abortion ban.

“Human life has such great value. It shouldn’t be the object of political bargains,” said Archbishop Henryk Hoser of Warsaw-Praga, chairman of the Polish bishops’ bioethics committee.

“This draft bill may have needed some corrections, but it was prepared solidly enough. Its rejection leaves us in the same situation as before,” he said.

The Church leaders’ comments to Poland’s Catholic Information Agency came after the Warsaw parliament’s rejection of the “Stop Abortion” bill, 352-58, with 18 abstentions. The legislation would have banned all abortions unless a woman’s life was in danger. It would also have jailed women for having abortions – a clause which the Polish bishops opposed.

The bishops’ conference said the sanctity of human life had been stressed by St John Paul II, but cautioned that the church would not support laws that allowed aborting women to be punished.

“Church institutions don’t deal with civil law projects, although they use their right to express opinions on proposed legal regulations,” the conference said in an October 6 statement.

“We encourage prayers for women who fulfill the motherhood vocation in their lives, as well as for those facing hardships,” the statement added.

Poland’s 1993 law, one of Europe’s tightest, restricts abortion to cases of rape, incest, severe foetal damage or threats to a woman’s life, and has cut registered terminations, according to Health Ministry data, to around 1,000 nationwide per year.

Church leaders have threatened to deny sacraments to politicians supporting liberalisation, and backed the Stop Abortion project when it was presented in March to the 460-seat parliament, where the conservative Law and Justice party has held a majority since winning the October 2015 elections.

The citizens’ legislation, drafted by Poland’s Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture with 450,000 signatures, would have outlawed abortions even in rape cases, with penalties of five years in jail for mothers and doctors, and 10 years if force was involved.

It was protested against on October 3 by up to 100,000 women, dressed in black, who staged strikes and rallies across Poland, but supported by rival pro-life demonstrations, as well as in church Masses.

The Catholic chairwoman of the pro-life Forum of Polish Women, Ewa Kowalewska, told KAI on October 3 that her organisation had “protested decisively” against the projected jailing of women, adding that she believed the Stop Abortion bill had been drawn up by “young inexperienced lawyers.”

However, in his interview, Archbishop Hoser said the bill’s rejection had left a “legal regime hard to accept” and that the church would continue demanding tougher abortion curbs.

“The fact that the church tackles this difficult problem via the sacramental path doesn’t mean women having abortions are guiltless,” the archbishop said.

The head of Law and Justice, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, blamed the bill’s rejection on October 6 on “a gigantic misunderstanding,” and said his party would also continue defending life “in a more thought-out way.”



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  • Kevin Nicholson

    “If, however, I am guilty of anything worthy of death, I do not refuse to die. But if there is no truth to their accusations against me, no one can hand me over to them. I appeal to Caesar!”” Acts 25:11

    No one has the “right” to murder anyone…

    “Everyone who hates his brother is a murderer, and you know that eternal life does not reside in a murderer.” 1 John 3:15

    Dear God! Have mercy on our souls…

  • Flame blue

    My Polish relatives told me that there are not many abortions in Poland because it is a Roman Catholic country, but they were shocked that the Government wanted to make the laws harsh and even punish women who miscarried ( not had an abortion) a natural act. The intention was to accuse the woman of doing something, taking something, drink or hot baths, too much exercise and send her to jail. It was more about the woman proving that her miscarriage was natural and a miscarriage of justice was the likely outcome, so that’s the reason why it was fought against. There was also doubts raised that medics would not be quick to save the life of the mother in an ectopic pregnancy situation. I am only reporting on what Polish people told me, and l didn’t raise the subject they did!

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    This is what sickens me; we talk as if women who murder their children in the womb lack moral agency for their actions, many of those on the ‘pro-life’ side, so we coddle both them and the abortionists, really. And the liberal side says that Abortion actually ’empowers’ women. If Abortion really is what the wimps on the pro-life say it is, and that’s what I believe, then we should be consistent and punish everyone involved for murder….

    Of course, I’m not speaking of all those women who truly believed that they weren’t murdering a person, and were told that the children weren’t persons.

  • susan

    “The bishops’ conference said the sanctity of human life had been stressed by St John Paul II, but cautioned that the church would not support laws that allowed aborting women to be punished.”.


    Do not think that I came to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to abolish but to fulfill. 18“For truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke shall pass from the Law until all is accomplished. 19“Whoever then annuls one of the least of these commandments, and teaches others to do the same, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven; but whoever keeps and teaches them, he shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.

    You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has become tasteless, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled under foot by men.

    • I am rather appalled by this. It seem more and more we are seeing this from the upper echelon of the clergy. It seems the wolves outnumbers the shepherds.

    • Стефан Евгений

      Well susan what do you think of this? it just may happen.

      • susan

        Thank you for giving me this article. We need a piercing ray of hope in all this darkness. And i pray for their success. 🙂

  • Juan

    Abortion is a murder and anybody involved in a murder must be punished. End of story.

    The West has deified women and feminist satanic crap that destroy the family and murder babies is empowered not only by leftists but also by pro-life conservatives and by men with a distorted sense of chivalry.

    Chivalry is about fight Jesuchrist’s enemies and not about tolerate women to commit murder.

  • Michael Powell

    Where I stand on the issue is this. I’m not going to tell anyone they should get an abortion. In fact, I advocate they do not. But at the end of the day, should someone decided to and go through with it, anything that brings them closer to GOD, whether driven, which you hear story after story after the act, or called to their knees, is HIS will.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Sounds about right to me!

  • >the church would not support laws that allowed aborting women to be punished.

    Aborting women are killing in a truly brutal fashion those who trust them and are completely defenceless. This is contrary to nature itself and a normal response of a mother is to do everything she can to protect and defend her children. It is murder.

  • Please don’t just send a link and have us scramble to find a needle in a hay stack and then make an argument without showing exact quotes.

    “The ruling party got scared and had got rid of the proposal in commissions, didn’t want to reject this proposal in an open vote as the pressure from their voters would force them to vote for it.”

    So its politics as usual.

    “Ordo Iuris later on had removed the paragraphs about the punishment and it was still a no go. Main goal was and is, to stop the eugenic based killing. ”

    Proves our point. No courage. Sellouts.

  • Flame blue

    Thanks for your reply. I read what your link provided.

    As Poland has never been easy on abortion, any change in the law in respect to abortions would come from the liberal groups of the EU, as Poland is ripe, fertile and new ground they perceive for their corruption. So, when l hear of a plan to change the abortion laws there, l immediately assume that it would be to be for abortion, weakening the structures that presently block it, therefore it makes sense to me that any rejection of the new proposals would be good.

    It is my Polish relatives who surprised me by telling me that the proposals were to actually toughen the laws and put women under stress to prove that a miscarriage was down to nature not the woman aborting her baby. It was a change to propose that miscarriages should be called abortions, and it made the Poles afraid. That is alarming, because women who have miscarried could be accused of self abortion. It is a victory not to change that law, because we need to think why they wanted to call miscarriage abortion or abortion miscarriage. It doesn’t seem that the people who want that law were doing it for a good purpose.

    I doubt the Polish people have misunderstood the situation and are interpreting it wrongly, but l think they are being set up for deception. When you see that Europe wants homosexual behaviour increased and supported in Poland, and masses of so called refugees to be allowed to enter with the consequences that these people will change the culture of Poland, to something alien and barbaric because that’s their culture they hold on to and spread by vicious means, then you realise that the EU also wants massive abortions of the fruit of the womb of poor RC women who could be coerced, bribed, enticed,to go down that route. The agenda, change in laws are to facilitate it, not make it harder to get abortions. Yet, for some reason, the Poles think that it was tougher laws! It is confusing!

    The fact that the priests have opposed these changes, indicates that they are attempting to safe guard their flock, from liberalism that is satanic. I think so anyway! It is dubious that there was an attempt to toughen up abortion laws, limiting abortions, and that corrupt and wicked Polish priests of liberal viewpoints blocked the changes. Maybe, l am not understanding it properly, and the tone of the article is correct but hmmm, l am puzzled.