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Children Found in Dumpsters in Two Cities: When our Children Become Trash Comments

The remains of Seventeen babies in medical ziplock bags with the names of their mothers labeled on the outside were found in a dumpster at the Womans Choice abortion mill in Lansing. Under current MI law abortion mills can place aborted babies and biohazardous waste in the trash as long as they're dipped in formaldehyde beforehand. Two newborns, placed into plastic bags by their own mothers and then thrown away as ... Continue Reading

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  1. Jimbo Billybob
    4 years ago

    It always amazing me how Catholics can be so outraged at abortion yet they forget about their own history. The Spanish Inquisition, sanctioned by the Pope himself, killed hundreds of thousands of "non-believers"

    Popes themselves have led armies against those that disagreed with church doctrine, killing thousands. Missionaries to south america killing thousands by spreading disease that the people had no natural immunity to. Preists defiling young boys and having their "sins" swept under the rug to save face.

    The church itself has stifled science for centuries, imagine the wonders and the saving of lives we could have done if not for that? I mean, why would the church reject something so obvious as the earth revolving around the sun? Yet, many were imprisoned or "ex-communicated" because they stated the obvious.

    Why? So the church could control all aspects of people's lives. If it were up to the catholic church no one would be able to read to this day...

    Your hipocrosy makes me want to puke...

  2. Rose
    4 years ago

    This article tells a nightmarish story about a country where a baby equals hazardous waste. And yet the only thing commented on by the first person is the unfairness of using the word "pagan." The second comment deals with the location of a city. Really, folks, is that all that comes to mind when reading about the murder of the helpless?

  3. Pam
    4 years ago

    This is truly the sadest photo I've ever seen. How shameful, how horrid, what utter denegration and belittling of human persons--treated like trash. Pray God we will get new leaders in our goernment who will work hard to rid us such barberic and heinous crimes, masked as "a womans right to choose!" How can we expect God to bless our nation when we continue to allow this to go on?

  4. Sr. Christine Dudych
    4 years ago

    Check your sources again... I'm not aware of a Calgary, Ontario. It probably should be Calgary, Alberta.

  5. Bulbajer
    4 years ago

    Although I completely agree with the message of this sotry, I find it a little unfair to use the term "Pagan." Although Christ calls us to love, history has shown us that we Christians can be as savage as the "Savages." I don't know about Druids, but I know that Native Americans didn't practice anything like this.

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