Over 1 million protest against abortion in Madrid

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Don't expect our media to report this

AFP- "MORE than one million people have taken part in a demonstration in Madrid against the socialist government's plans to liberalise the abortion law, one of the organisers said. "There are more than one million people," Victor Gago, a spokesman for the anti-abortion organisation HazteOir (Make Yourself Heard), told AFP."...

Another anti-abortion protest in the Spanish capital last March attracted 500,000 people, according to the organisers. The proposed new abortion law, approved by the Cabinet last month, would allow the procedure on demand for women of 16..."


Anonymous said...

The Madrid government estimated the crowd to be 1.2 million! Shout out to the Catholic church over there for making these numbers happen!

Anonymous said...

Woot Woot!!! Props to our brothers and sisters in Spain!! People "dying in the streets" from not having health insurance, though they can still go to the hospital and be treated WITHOUT health insurance is called a Holocaust on the Senate floor, but forcing me to pay for the murder of unborn babies is NOT funding a Holocaust???? Psychopaths in DC are trying to switch our own morality around on us. I'm not falling for it!!!!!

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