Polish Pro-Lifers Roll Out 'Hospitals without Abortionists' Initiative
Natalia Dueholm : Mar 27, 2017
Besides the pickets, organizers plan to place billboards on buildings directly in front of the hospitals "to constantly remind the public about the murders committed in a given hospital."
(Warsaw, Poland)—[LifeSiteNews] Organizers launched a Hospitals without Abortionists campaign by reminding the Polish minister of health that there have been "1,500 victims of abortion" in the 500 days since he took office. (Photo via LifeSiteNews.com)
The national campaign started in front of the Ministry of Health building on the National Day of Life. Minister of Health Konstanty Radziwiłł is part of the ruling Law and Justice Party government that took office in 2015.
"Nobody can remove this responsibility except him. Only he can do this by opposing the murderous practices," said Mariusz Dzierżawski of the Right to Life Foundation, which organized a press conference that was attended by actress Dominika Figurska and Nigerian-Polish crusader for life Bawer Aondo Akaa.
As Jan Bodakowski of wolnosc24.pl reported, the briefing started a bit late because three protesters were yelling "Freedom, equality, and abortion on demand!" through loudspeakers. One wore a pin with an image of Lenin, Bodakowski noticed.
During the press conference, Dzierżawski explained that since Law and Justice took power "every single day abortionists kill three children in public hospitals." The Right to Life Foundation had drafted a proposal to ban all abortions that the party killed in 2016.
"These are horrible statistics and the responsibility for the killings in hospitals goes to the politicians," Dzierżawski said, adding that "they had a chance to change 'the murderous law' but chose to maintain it. They rejected life and chose death...
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