(NaturalNews) "Abortion is safer than giving birth." This study was the title of a Reuters health section article dated January 23, 2012. Now really, does this headline encourage a woman to give birth or put fear into her while supporting abortion. It does put abortion into a positive light, which isn't really positive.
The Supreme Court declared abortion legal in with its Roe vs. Wade decision in 1973. Since then, amidst a great deal of controversy at first, abortion clinics attended by physicians have sprung up in every state.
The Reuters article says that more women died giving childbirth than women who underwent abortions. According to a study Reuters quoted, one woman out of every 11,000 died during childbirth, while one woman of every 167,000 died from legal abortions.
But that study ignored that fact that Cesarean procedures comprise 33 percent of all childbirths. Cesarean deliveries replace vaginal deliveries with the complications of surgery, including anesthesia. The disclosure waiver signed before anesthesia contains a clause that says there is a slight chance you might wake up dead.
Advocates of natural child birth claim this rise in Cesarean deliveries is mostly unwarranted. But they are money makers. Yes, sometimes there's no choice, but one-third of all births goes beyond absolute necessity.
Another factor ignored is a woman's health during full term pregnancy. Not being too savvy with natural health principles while under mainstream medical care provides a longer window of opportunity to accrue health problems from stress, environmental toxins, pharmaceuticals, and vaccinations than women who abort early in their pregnancy.
The pharmaceutical mifepristone, sold as Mifeprex, was is offered as an alternative to surgical abortion. Primary care physicians prescribe them to their patients. Though initially promoted as safer than surgical abortion, the pharmaceutical approach has causes more complications.
Despite easier access to abortions, there has been a decline in abortions and abortion clinics nationwide. Could this Reuters article's headline be part of an early psy-op (psychological operation) attempt to reverse this trend?
Eugenic population control using birth control has been around for some time. If the state gets too involved with abortion issues, enforced abortions could become part of the depopulation agenda. Individuals should have the choice, the state should not decide. But one needs to seriously examine the breast cancer risk increase, as well as the post abortion emotional and spiritual consequences. Abortion can ruin more than one life. Even Norma McCorvey aka Jane Roe from the Roe vs Wade case that led to legalized abortion has changed her pro-abortion stance. She put out her book entitled Won by Love as a public testimony.