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Whistleblower (DIGITAL) - January 2003

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January 2003 — ABORTION: The 30-Year War

"Safe and legal abortion is every woman's right." That's what Americans have been told since the Supreme Court's momentous Roe v. Wade decision — 30 years ago this month --that opened up the floodgates of abortion in the U.S.A.

But behind the slick marketing campaign, beyond the slogans and public posturing of abortion-rights activists, is what can only be described as the wretched reality of the abortion industry.

    • Human babies, at or near full-term, are regularly butchered as they are being born, their intact body parts sold for profit.
      • The link between abortion and breast cancer is now undeniable, proven by the vast majority of medical studies. Yet, while physicians recognize the risk factor and admit it to each other, most are fearful of telling their patients because the issue is "too political."
        • Millions of women suffer other profound physical and psychological effects of abortion, but despite at least five peer-reviewed studies published just within the last year — all showing clearly the negative aftershocks for women who abort — the mainstream press has ignored the subject.
          • While the media occasionally report high-profile horror stories of abortion doctors raping and abusing multiple women, the true picture is obscured: Young women are being raped and sexually assaulted with alarming frequency in America's abortion clinics.
            • The abortion industry itself is in severe distress and contraction because, after 43 million abortions since 1973, the doctors and clinic staffers are self-destructing from the long-term effects of their grisly business — or else they are getting out and telling their story.

In the shocking January issue of Whistleblower -- titled "ABORTION: The 30-Year War" -- they tell their story.

Leading off is Norma McCorvey, the real-life "Jane Roe" of Roe v. Wade — the unmarried, pregnant young woman who 30 years ago was the abortion-seeking plaintiff and focal point of the fight for legalized abortion in America.

Today, having experienced a profound change of heart, McCorvey tells: how the Roe v. Wade case was fraudulent because she fabricated her story of being raped and thus impregnated, how she was callously used by heartless pro-abortion attorneys, and how she never actually had the abortion. She also relates the incredible story of how she turned around and came to be a Christian and a pro-life activist, working tirelessly to undo the results of Roe v. Wade.

Next up to bat in January's issue is Bernard Nathanson, M.D., co-founder of the fiercely pro-abortion NARAL (The National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League) and one of the pioneers and creators of the abortion movement in America. It was Nathanson who made up the early slogans — "Freedom of choice" and "Women must have control over their own bodies."

"I remember laughing when we made those slogans up," recalls Nathanson, reminiscing about the early days of the abortion-rights movement in the late '60s and early '70s. "We were looking for some sexy, catchy slogans to capture public opinion. They were very cynical slogans then, just as all of these slogans today are very, very cynical."

One of the principal architects and strategists of the abortion movement in the United States, Nathanson tells an astonishing story.

"We persuaded the media that the cause of permissive abortion was a liberal, enlightened, sophisticated one. Knowing that if a true poll were taken, we would be soundly defeated, we simply fabricated the results of fictional polls," he confesses. "We announced to the media that we had taken polls and that 60 percent of Americans were in favor of permissive abortion." We aroused enough sympathy to sell our program of permissive abortion by fabricating the number of illegal abortions done annually in the U.S. The actual figure was approaching 100,000, but the figure we gave to the media repeatedly was 1,000,000."

Noting that "repeating the big lie often enough convinces the public," Nathanson adds: "The number of women dying from illegal abortions was around 200-250 annually. The figure we constantly fed to the media was 10,000. These false figures took root in the consciousness of Americans, convincing many that we needed to crack the abortion law."

He and a handful of other early abortion proponents succeeded in "cracking" the nation's abortion laws -- beyond their wildest dreams, says Nathanson.

Ultimately, however, although he performed some 5,000 abortions with his own hands and supervised another 10,000 in his clinic, Nathanson also changed. Something profound happened to him — and today, like McCorvey, he is a tireless pro-life advocate and speaker, laboring to stuff the abortion genie back into the bottle.

But there is a great deal more in the January Whistleblower. Indeed, this is an issue full of whistleblowers. For following in McCorvey's ("Jane Roe") and Nathanson's footsteps are many other physicians and clinic personnel who tell all — no punches are pulled, no holds barred — in describing what the abortion industry is really all about.

"ABORTION: The 30-year war" blows the lid off of the extraordinarily deceitful, destructive but lucrative abortion business, long protected by the establishment media's reluctance to investigate it.

"This issue of Whistleblower is shattering," said Editor and CEO Joseph Farah. "I don't think the reality of abortion and the surrounding issues have ever been communicated in a more compelling way. The story laid out here is comprehensive, documented, gut-wrenching and totally, undeniably, scandalously true. You simply won't be the same after you read it." (Editor's note: This issue contains graphic photographs of abortions, and may not be suitable for children.)

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