Former BPAS medical director reveals the truth the UK abortion industry is trying to cover up
Posted by Dan Blackman on 29 February 2012
Here are some excerpts from a recent interview (Daily Telegraph, 24 February) with Dr Vincent Argent, former BPAS Medical director.
Dr Vincent Argent, who previously worked for the British Pregnancy Advisory Service and is now a GP and consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, said he had "no doubt" that women were terminating pregnancies because of the sex of the baby and that he believed the practice was "fairly widespread." This week The Daily Telegraph disclosed that women were being offered illegal abortions by doctors on the basis of the gender of the foetus.
Dr Argent said there were "an awful lot of covert abortions for sex selection going on" where women would have a scan or blood test to find out the sex, then ask for a termination without telling the doctor the real reason ... Dr Argent also disclosed that he believed that some colleagues had arranged terminations relating to the sex of the foetus and they felt it was reasonable to do so. "I've had a consultant colleague in the North who expressed a view - that consultant was from an ethnic minority ... He didn't think it was ethically wrong because he thought that the cultural reason why some communities may prefer to have four male babies is as good a reason as the, if you like, the Anglo-Saxon cultural view, 'Well I'm pregnant, I just don't want it anyway.'"
Dr Argent said aborting a baby due to its gender was "more common among some ethnic communities" but that it "happens in all communities." He said previously that GPs routinely flouted the law by signing abortion consent forms without seeing patients. In some cases, they rubber-stamped the forms after the procedure.
As you will know by now, the current medical director of BPAS - chief abortionist - is Dr Patricia Lohr, who describes performing abortions as "extremely gratifying".