Invisible Infants

 
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What is the moral and pragmatic cost of abortion and tens of millions of missing people?
No Matter How You View Abortion it is Bad News for the Unborn and the Born.

The real problem is we've made it so easy to kill we've forgotten how to care.

 

A Starting Point: Top Despots: How many did they kill? 124,566,500 (estimated) v 1,810,937,500 world-wide abortions.
 
  The figures listed in the Top Known War Dead and Top Despots are only presented to draw a contrast. We are well aware of the variability of these types of statistics, particularly in conflicts with little or no record keeping (which is most) and definition of a war or genocide victims.

The reality is that no matter what statistical bracket you put on the those figures you cannot escape the fact the full force of multiple powerful individuals and countries killed less people than the slow, quiet, destruction of human life in the womb.

If the unborn could speak they would condemn us all for our silence.
 

The "Top Despots" of the 20th century only managed to kill 124,566,500 people in 100 years. We weep over these deaths and decry them as unjust.  Yet we've killed nearly 9 times that globally in less than 50 years and hardly a voice is heard. 

We weep for mistreated animals and sigh when we see a dead cat on the road. We decry murder and injustice. We comfort couples who have had miscarriage. But we ignore the cries of our fellow humans who are chopped up like fruit in a blender, burned out of the womb by acid, and have their brains sucked out even moments before birth. What have we become? This is perhaps the most critical issue facing our country. Our housing market will not recover. Our economy will not grow. We are close to the tipping point.  Unless we turn this trend of death to life our country is headed to a slow, painful, descent.
 

  TOTAL DEATHS 20th Century Despots 124,566,500
Rank Dictator Deaths
1 Mao Ze-Dong (China, 1958-61 and 1966-69, Tibet 1949-50) 78,000,000
2 Adolf Hitler (Germany, 1939-1945) 12,000,000
3 Leopold II of Belgium (Congo, 1886-1908) 8,000,000
4 Jozef Stalin (USSR, 1932-39) 6,000,000
5 Hideki Tojo (Japan, 1941-44) 5,000,000
6 Ismail Enver (Turkey, 1915-20) 2,530,000
7 Pol Pot (Cambodia, 1975-79) 1,700,000
8 Kim Il Sung (North Korea, 1948-94) 1,600,000
9 Menghistu (Ethiopia, 1975-78) 1,500,000
10 Yakubu Gowon (Biafra, 1967-1970) 1,000,000
11 Leonid Brezhnev (Afghanistan, 1979-1982) 900,000
12 Jean Kambanda (Rwanda, 1994) 800,000
13 Saddam Hussein (Iran 1980-1990 and Kurdistan 1987-88) 600,000
14 Tito (Yugoslavia, 1945-1987)  570,000
15 Sukarno (Communists 1965-66) 500,000
16 Fumimaro Konoe (Japan, 1937-39) 500,000
17 Jonas Savimbi (Angola, 1975-2002) 400,000
18 Mullah Omar - Taliban (Afghanistan, 1986-2001) 400,000
19 Idi Amin (Uganda, 1969-1979) 300,000
20 Yahya Khan (Pakistan, 1970-71)  300,000
21 Benito Mussolini (Ethiopia, 1936; Libya, 1934-45; Yugoslavia, WWII) 300,000
22 Charles Taylor (Liberia, 1989-1996) 220,000
23 Foday Sankoh (Sierra Leone, 1991-2000)  200,000
24 Suharto (Aceh, East Timor, New Guinea, 1975-98) 200,000
25 Ho Chi Min (Vietnam, 1953-56) 200,000
26 Michel Micombero (Burundi, 1972)  150,000
27 Slobodan Milosevic (Yugoslavia, 1992-99) 100,000
28 Hassan Turabi (Sudan, 1989-1999) 100,000
29 Efrain Rios Montt (Guatemala, 1982-83) 70,000
30 Papa Doc Duvalier (Haiti, 1957-71) 60,000
31 Rafael Trujillo (Dominican Republic, 1930-61) 50,000
32 Hissene Habre (Chad, 1982-1990) 40,000
33 Chiang Kai-shek (Taiwan, 1947) 30,000
34 Vladimir Ilich Lenin (USSR, 1917-20) 30,000
35 Francisco Franco (Spain) 30,000
36 Fidel Castro (Cuba, 1959-1999) 30,000
37 Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez (El Salvador, 1932) 30,000
38 Hafez Al-Assad (Syria, 1980-2000) 25,000
39 Khomeini (Iran, 1979-89) 20,000
40 Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe, 1982-87, Ndebele minority) 20,000
41 Bashir Assad (Syria, 2012) 14,000
42 Rafael Videla (Argentina, 1976-83) 13,000
43 Guy Mollet (France, 1956-1957) 10,000
44 Harold McMillans (Britain, 1952-56, Kenya's Mau-Mau rebellion)  10,000
45 Paul Koroma (Sierra Leone, 1997)  6,000
46 Osama Bin Laden (worldwide, 1993-2001) 3,500
47 Augusto Pinochet (Chile, 1973) 3,000
48 Al Zarqawi (Iraq, 2004-06) 2,000
  Source: http://www.scaruffi.com/politics/dictat.html