New YouTube video scientifically debunks ‘safe abortion’

Cross-sourced from LifeSiteNews

A startling new video posted to YouTube scientifically debunks the notion of ‘safe abortion’, all in highly detailed 1080p video.

The 11 minute film, which can be best described as a coldly clinical pro-woman video, makes the case that if the risks associated with abortion were known to women, most would want absolutely nothing to do with it.

Jakki Jeffs, executive director of Alliance for Life Ontario, called the film a “wonderful tool”.

Campaign Life Coalition’s Johanne Brownrigg called the film “quite professional” and “impressive”.

The film, released last week, cites 134 medical research studies that link abortion to sky-rocketing risks to subsequent pregnancies of miscarriage and abnormal baby development.

And if that weren’t scary enough, viewers learn how abortion increases risks to subsequent pregnancies of autism, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, blindness, deafness, and learning disabilities. Yikes!

The film includes animation of what really happens to a woman’s body in a D&C (dilation and curettage) abortion. WARNING: While the animation is not too graphic, it nevertheless gives a clear picture of how abortion seriously and sometime irreparably damages a women’s internal tissues.

B. Keith Neely, producer and narrator of the film, wrote in a press release that the film gives woman considering an abortion an “opportunity to see with her own eyes how an abortion damages her body”.

Neely says that he intentionally did not use pro-life expressions in the film so that it would especially appeal to a “woman’s sense of self-preservation”.

Neely hopes that the film will “educate women and men around the world of the very real health risks [of abortion]”.

View film here.

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