A pro-life group called the Right to Life of Michigan noticed that the United Nations honored an abortionist in its Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights (OHCHR). A video was released by the UN honoring abortionist Dr. Willie Parker for his work in defending “women’s rights,” Life News reports. However, the word “abortion” isn’t used by the self-proclaimed Christian doctor in his recorded piece.
The UN website about the campaign is called Reflections of Courage: Defending Human Rights for Women. It contains a series of 12 videos which “profiles of women’s human rights defenders” that focus on “poverty, education, health, violence against women, armed conflict, economy, power and decision-making, institutional mechanisms for the advancement of women, human rights, media, the environment, and girls.”
When Parker talks in the video, he uses other terms to describe his practice. The Mississippi abortionist explains that he believes in “reproductive health care,” “reproductive rights,” and goes on to say that this is “the type of services I provide.”
Life Site News says in its report that Dr. Willie Parker is a Bible belt abortionist who uses his faith in God to make abortion more acceptable to women.
The Right to Life of Michigan’s blog post about this abortionist being honored by the UN is titled, “Reflections of Cowardice.”
“If committing abortions is such a great service to human rights, then why don’t the United Nations and Parker ever say ‘abortion’ in the video?”
In turning out its post on the United Nations honoring an abortionist in the OHCHR, the pro-life group rages that human rights have been a “complete joke” at the UN for years. Additionally, Right to Life of Michigan gives little merit to some of the world organization’s members.
“For years, human rights have been a complete joke at the United Nations as serial human rights violators have been members of the United Nations Human Right Council. Currently, China, Cuba and Saudi Arabia are current members of the United Nations Human Rights Council despite having awful records on human rights.”
The Inquisitr wrote about a woman who filmed her abortion and felt good about what she did. Needless to say, it had a polarizing effect. The woman called the experience “cool.” Her comparisons to the abortion feeling like “giving birth” really stirred controversy. It has the same type of juxtaposition to many as the abortionist honored by the UN calling himself a faithful Christian.
How do you feel about the United Nations honoring an abortionist?
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