Sex-selective abortion is inevitable consequence of easy abortion access
Posted by Jack Francis on 23 February 2012
SPUC has responded to the Telegraph's report which suggests that some British doctors are complicit in sex-selective abortions.
Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, told the media:
"This investigation confirms the reality of eugenics in modern British medicine, in which some innocent human beings are deemed too inconvenient to be allowed to live. Sex-selective abortion is an inevitable consequence of easy access to abortion, a situation to which the pro-abortion lobby has no convincing answer.
"The government needs to cut its ties to private abortion providers and to abortion rights organisations. They are complicit in sex-selective abortion domestically through their support for abortion on demand, and internationally through their complicity in China's population control programme."