Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Blacks Realize That Liberals Have Been Killing Them By Design

"…I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing’therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live."
--Deuteronomy 30:19 (NKJV)

Watch the controversial video, below:
And here’s the first video in the series:
Liberals have been using abortion to "cut crime and poverty" for decades now. This was done by design by Planned Parenthood
founder and is still being done today. Here are some pictures of what liberals have done to blacks in this country. It is evil and barbaric. Just remember our President was the only senator that voted for the killing of babies outside the womb on botched abortions. Take a close look at what these people want to do to groups of people based on color of skin and genetics. If you can't stand to look at it then maybe you should be standing against it in the future. To say nothing in the face of evil is evil.
I have written many posts in the past on how many men pressure women to get abortions against their will. It gives men a lot of power over women and that is why so many men want to keep abortion in this country. No one has the right to take another LIFE. And no one should be pressuring a women to kill the LIFE inside her.

Liberals have done a fine job of putting the providers of abortion on the hero pedestal. That says a lot about liberals. It's time we start valuing LIFE from the beginning to the end. It is our first inalienable right.

Sanger’s early writings clearly reflected Malthus’ influence. She writes:
Organized charity itself is the symptom of a malignant social disease. Those vast, complex, interrelated organizations aiming to control and to diminish the spread of misery and destitution and all the menacing evils that spring out of this sinisterly fertile soil, are the surest sign that our civilization has bred, is breeding and perpetuating constantly increasing numbers of defectives, delinquents and dependents.

In another passage, she decries the burden of "human waste" on society:
It [charity] encourages the healthier and more normal sections of the world to shoulder the burden of unthinking and indiscriminate fecundity of others; which brings with it, as I think the reader must agree, a dead weight of human waste. Instead of decreasing and aiming to eliminate the stocks that are most detrimental to the future of the race and the world, it tends to render them to a menacing degree dominant [emphasis added].
She concluded,
The most serious charge that can be brought against modern "benevolence" is that is encourages the perpetuation of defectives, delinquents and dependents. These are the most dangerous elements in the world community, the most devastating curse on human progress and expression.
The Review printed an excerpt of an address Sanger gave in 1926. In it she said:
It now remains for the U.S. government to set a sensible example to the world by offering a bonus or yearly pension to all obviously unfit parents who allow themselves to be sterilized by harmless and scientific means. In this way the moron and the diseased would have no posterity to inherit their unhappy condition. The number of the feeble-minded would decrease and a heavy burden would be lifted from the shoulders of the fit.
Sanger said a "bonus" would be "wise and profitable" and "the salvation of American civilization." She presented her ideas to Mr. C. Harold Smith (of the New York Evening World) on "the welfare committee" in New York City. She said, "people must be helped to help themselves.: Any plan or program that would make them "dependent upon doles and charities" is "paternalistic" and would not be " of any permanent value." She included an essay (what she called a "program of public welfare,") entitled "We Must Breed a Race of Thoroughbreds."
?In it she argued that birth control clinics, or bureaus, should be established "in which men and women will be taught the science of parenthood and the science of breeding." For this was the way "to breed out of the race the scourges of transmissible disease, mental defect, poverty, lawlessness, crime … since these classes would be decreasing in number instead of breeding like weeds."
Her program called for women to receive birth control advice in various situations, including where:
  • the woman or man had a "transmissible" disease such as insanity, feeble-mindedness, epilepsy, syphilis, etc.;
  • the children already born were "subnormal or feeble-minded";
  • the father’s wages were "inadequate … to provide for more children."

The next time you hear a someone defending Planned Parenthood and abortion you might want to remember this post. Liberals always go against Gods Laws and the natural laws. It's time we start realizing that liberals are on the side of evil. I'm not saying liberals are all evil, they just always end up on the evil side of any issue.


  1. That first video really says it all as figures do not lie, liars figure.

  2. I came across some interesting information. After reading ad infinitum, that the number of whites on welfare outnumber blacks I decided to seek actual statistics. There were none. Nothing...just the usual leftie jiberjabber...but no numbers
    I crunched my own numbers.
    There are 50 million people on welfare in the US, approximately 40% are white, 40% are black and the remainder "other".
    There are 37 million black people in the US, if 20 million are using some form of welfare that means there is an astounding 60% of the black community on welfare!
    There are approximately 221 million whites in the US, with 20 million on the dole that translates to 10%.

  3. Unemployment among blacks is twice that of whites and Asians.

    I'm unhappy with what the Democratic Party has become. I can't see myself voting for a Republican either. I liked JFK and Clinton, Carter and Obama not so much. Is there a third party out there for people like me? I would think there are a lot of unhappy Democrats now a days. That is the fact with all the Democrats I know.

    I thought for sure things would get better after the Bush years. I hate what the Democratic Party has become and what the Republican Party is. But I would never vote for Obama again, that's for sure.

  4. Chris,
    African Americans seeking abortions aren't Planned Parenthood fault or problem. That's is a cultural issue that needs to be handle within the culture not through laws and attacks on outside people.

    What about Bob Jones university which when Bush gave a speech and asked for support disagreed with interracial marriage? Does that Taint Bush and his whole presidency?

    You don't agree with abortion that's fine don't! No one will fault you, but your not correct in your constant attacks on people who do given the stances of people on your side either. It would be nice to see you actually build a case for pro-life without attacks on others. I doubt your able to.

  5. Shouldn't it say, "Blacks realize that Blacks are killing themselves by design?"

    Its the pregnant woman's choice, not someone else. Where's the individual responsibility that Republicans speak so highly of? If that many black pregnant women want abortions its on them as an individual and as a culture.

  6. Yes Joe the number one killer of black men is black men. It also turns out that black women are alsdo doing their share of killing.

    I take it Joe isn't against black women killing black babies.

  7. Joe aren't you building your pro-choice stance on the attack on life of babies? Just asking? If you read the post you would see that Sanger planned this genocide. Why do you not see that fact?

  8. Can we then conclude that people who support abortion are racists?

  9. Divine stole my thought and agree 100%!

    Great wording Divine!

  10. I think we can Divine andn Christopher.

    Joe just doesn't value life as much as I do. He values the liberal ideology more then life. Only a person without a heart would sanction this treatment of both women and babies. Joe knows that abortion isn't for womens rights. It's so men can pressure women into geting an abortion so they wont have to deal with it or pay for the baby.

    The worse part is he knows that killing the baby is sick in any culture, yet he still speaks out on the side of abortion. That is just heartless. And somehow Joe has tried to make it sound like I'm the evil one. I guess to evil, good is bad.

  11. "African Americans seeking abortions aren't Planned Parenthood fault or problem."
    Seeking, no. Providing, performing, benefitting monetarily from it, Yes!

    "That's is a cultural issue that needs to be handle within the culture not through laws and attacks on outside people."
    Cultural? Is murder Cultural?
    'Not through laws'... So the same could be said about over regulation of an intrusive Government.

  12. Baby killers are a large voting block.

    At the age of 17 I was pressured into having an abortion by my boyfriend. It happens more then you think. Men use abortion as a way to control women. I was told that it wasn't a life, just a bunch of cells. I've seen video of that "bunch of cells" fighting for it's life as it is being killed. I never wanted to kill my baby. Now I pay for it every day of my life. Abortion has destroyed too many lives.

    Most Planned Parenthood clinics are in black areas for a reason. If you read the post you will see why.

    It is racist to aprove of abortion. Abortion is murder. It is also population contol. The government and we all know it. It is being used a crime control in poor areas. Just read Freakonomics for the stats.

  13. Springfield, IL (Nov. 29, 2005) — Compared to women who have not been pregnant in the prior year, deaths from suicide, accidents and homicide are 248% higher in the year following an abortion, according to a new 13-year study of the entire population of women in Finland.

    The study also found that majority of the extra deaths among women who had abortions were due to suicide. The suicide rate among women who had abortions was six times higher than that of women who had given birth in the prior year and double that of women who had miscarriages.

    The epidemiological study, published in the European Journal of Public Health, was conducted by Finland’s National Research and Development Center for Welfare and Health (STAKES). The researchers looked at data between 1987 and 2000 on all deaths among women of reproductive age (15 to 49).

    While the risk of death from suicide, accidents, and homicide was highest among women who had abortions within the prior year, the risk of death was lowest among women who gave birth within the prior year, who had less than half the death rate of women who had not been pregnant. The risk of death following a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy, however, did not significantly differ from the risk of death among non-pregnant women.

    The new study confirms findings from previous record-based studies carried out in Finland and the United States that have found elevated risks of death among women who have abortions. A 1997 government-funded study in Finland found that aborting women were 3.5 times more likely to die within the next year compared to women who gave birth.

    In addition, researchers examining death records linked to medical payments for birth and abortion for 173,000 California women found that aborting women were 62 percent more likely to die than delivering women over the eight year period examined. That study also found that the increase risk of death was most prominent from suicides and accidents, with a 154 percent higher risk of death from suicide and an 82 percent higher risk of death from accidental injuries.

    The lead author of the California study, David Reardon, Ph.D., said that record-linkage studies are vital to getting an accurate picture of pregnancy-associated mortality rates. “In most cases, coroners simply have no way of knowing that the deceased recently had an abortion, which is why these new record linkage studies are so important,” he said.

    Indeed, another recent study by government health officials in Finland found that 94 percent of maternal deaths associated with abortion could not be identified by looking at death certificates alone. This finding applies to the data published by the Centers for Disease Control in the United States.

    Previous studies have also linked abortion to higher rates of substance abuse, anxiety, sleep disorders, suicidal thoughts, psychiatric illness, relationship problems, and risk-taking behavior, any of which may increase a women’s risk of death by suicide or accident. The authors of the new Finland study also speculated that there might be common risk factors between having an induced abortion and dying from an accidental injury, and called on medical professional to be aware of these risks.

    “Women seeking abortions should be informed that abortion is associated with significant physical and mental health risks, and it also deprives them of numerous physical and mental health benefits associated with childbirth.” Reardon said. “It is especially important for health care providers to be aware of these risks and the risk factors which identify those women who are at highest risk. Providing women with the resources to help them resolve emotional issues relating to past abortions will not only increase their well-being but may possibly save their lives.”

  14. A conspiracy of silence seems to surround the well-documented excess of suicide deaths among women with a history of abortion.

    One study, STAKES, the statistical analysis unit of Finland's National Research and Development Center for Welfare and Health, pulled the death certificate records for all the women of reproductive age who died between 1987 and 1994. They then searched the national health care data base to identify pregnancy-related events for each of these women in the 12 months prior to their deaths. They found that after abortion, women were found to be seven times more likely to die by their own hand than were women who gave birth. Birth seemed to offer a protective period, since this was the only pregnancy outcome that showed a lower suicide risk than the general population in the year following the end of pregnancy.

    In terms of suicide rates per 100,000 women, there is a general rate of suicide for women of childbearing years of 11.3 per 100,000. Among women who have had an abortion the suicide rate is 34.7 per 100,000. Women in that age group who have given birth have a suicide rate of 5.9 per 100,000.

    After the STAKES findings were published, researchers at the South Glamorgan Health Authority in Great Britain to examine their own data on admissions for suicide attempts both before and after pregnancy events. After their pregnancies, there were 8.1 suicide attempts per thousand women among those who had abortions, compared to only 1.9 suicide attempts among those who gave birth.

    Other Evidence

    Dr. Barry Garfinkel, head of the University of Minnesota's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department, surveyed teenagers to determine what factors contributed to depression, stress, and thoughts of suicide. The study found that girls who had abortions were four times as likely to attempt suicide as girls who had not aborted.
    ("Suicide More Likely Among Aborted Teens" National Right to Life News 4 Apr. 2, 1987)

    Dr. Carl L. Tishler found that post-abortion teenagers are more likely to commit suicide on or near the anniversary of their abortions than at any other time.
    (Carl L. Tishler, Ph.D., Adolescent Suicide Attempts Following Elective Abortion: A Special Case of Anniversary Reaction Pediatrics 670-671 Nov 1981)

    David Reardon's survey of post-abortion women revealed the following:

    In response to the question:

    After my abortion I experienced suicidal feelings:

    12.3% Strongly Disagree - No suicidal feeling
    22.25% Disagree
    9.4% Neither Agree Nor Disagree
    24.2% Agree
    31.6% Strongly Agree

    Meaning that 55.8% of respondents (over half) reported feeling suicidal after an abortion.

    Researchers have identified factors that make a woman higher-risk for adverse psychological reactions to abortion:

    * emotionally immature teenagers
    * women with previous psychiatric problems
    * women aborting a wanted pregnancy for medical or genetic reasons
    * women who encounter opposition from their partner or parents for their abortion decision
    * women who have strong philosophical or religious objections to abortion
    * women who are highly ambivalent or confused about their abortion decision, and/or had great difficulty making the decision
    * women who are coerced by others into having an abortion
    * women undergoing late, second-trimester abortions

    The risk factors for poor adjustment after abortion are well known. It's about time abortion facilities started taking a holistic approach to their patients' well-being instead of just treating them as reproductive tracts that need to be emptied.

  15. Despite the claims of Planned Parenthood and other pro-choice organizations, studies have shown that women who abort or more likely to have emotional problems...

    Psychological Risks: Traumatic Aftereffects of Abortion
    Despite the claims of Planned Parenthood and other pro-choice organizations, women who abort are more likely to suffer from emotional problems than women who have not had an abortion.


    --- 6-7 times higher suicide rate. Two national from Finland based on medical records revealed that aborting women were six-seven times more likely to commit suicide in the following year than were delivering women.(1)

    --- Up to 60% have suicidal thoughts. According to a recent study in a major scientific journal, 31% had thoughts of suicide after abortion. In another survey, approximately 60% of women with post-abortion problems reported suicidal thoughts, with 28% attempting suicide and half of those attempting suicide two or more times.(2)

    --- 154% higher risk of suicide. Another study of more than 173,000 American women who had abortions or carried to term found that, during the eight years after the pregnancy ended, women who aborted had a 154% higher risk of suicide than women who carried to term.(3)

    --- Higher suicide risks for teens. Teen girls are 10 times more likely to attempt suicide if they have had an abortion in the last six months than girls who have not had an abortion, and 2-4 times more likely to commit suicide after abortion compared to adult women.(4)


    --- 65% higher risk of clinical depression. A longitudinal study of American women revealed that those who aborted were 65% more likely to be at risk of long-term clinical depression after controlling for age, race, education, marital status, history of divorce, income, and prior psychiatric state.(5)

    --- Depression risk remained high, even when pregnancies were unplanned. Among a national sample of women with unintended first pregnancies, aborting women were at significantly higher risk of long-term clinical depression compared to delivering women.(6)


    --- 65% report symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. In a study of U.S. and Russian women who had abortions, 65% of U.S. women experienced multiple symptoms of PTSD, which they attributed to their abortions. Slightly over 14% reported all the symptoms necessary for a clinical diagnosis of abortion-induced PTSD, and 25% said they did not receive adequate counseling. 64% said they felt pressured by others to abort.(7)

    --- In the above study, 60% of American women reported that they felt "part of me died" after their abortions.(7)

    --- Twice as likely to be hospitalized. Compared to women who deliver, women who abort are more than twice as likely to be subsequently hospitalized for psychiatric illness within six months.(8)

    --- More outpatient psychiatric care. Analysis of California Medicaid records shows that women who have abortions subsequently require significantly more treatments for psychiatric illness through outpatient care. (9)

  16. --- Multiple disorders and regrets. A study of post-abortion patients only 8 weeks after their abortions found that 44% reported nervous disorders, 36% experienced sleep disturbances, 31% had regrets about their decision, and 11% had been prescribed psychotropic medicine by their family doctor.(10)

    --- Generalized anxiety disorder. Among women with no previous history of anxiety, women who aborted a first, unplanned pregnancy were 30% more likely to subsequently report all the symptoms associated with a diagnosis for generalized anxiety disorder, compared to women who carried to term.(11)

    --- Sleep disorders. In a study of women with no known history of sleep disorders, women were more likely to be treated for sleep disorders after having an abortion compared to giving birth (nearly twice as likely in the first 180 days afterwards). Numerous studies have shown that trauma victims often experience sleep difficulties.(12)

    --- Disorders not pre-existing. In a New Zealand study, women had higher rates of suicidal behavior, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and other disorders after abortion. The study found that these were not pre-existing problems.(13)

    Eating disorders & substance abuse

    --- 39% had eating disorders. In a survey of women with post-abortion problems, 39% reported subsequent eating disorders.(14)

    --- Five-fold higher risk of drug and alcohol abuse. Excluding women with a prior history of substance abuse, those who abort their first pregnancy are 5 times more likely to report subsequent drug and alcohol abuse vs. those who give birth.(15)

    --- Substance abuse during subsequent pregnancies. Among women giving birth for the first time, women with a history of abortion are five times more likely to use drugs, twice as likely to use alcohol, and ten times more likely to use marijuana during their pregnancy, compared to women who have not had an abortion.(16)

    --- Alcohol abuse linked to other problems. Alcohol abuse after abortion has been linked to violent behavior, divorce or separation, auto accidents, and job loss.(17)

    Coercion, guilt, repressed grief

    --- Coerced to violate their beliefs, values and conscience. The "decision" to abort is often based on the demands or threats of others - even when it violates the woman's own moral beliefs and desire to keep the baby.(18) This is a known risk factor for psychological complications after abortion.(19)

    --- 64% of abortions involve coercion. A recent study of women who had abortions found that 64% of American women reported that they felt pressured by others to abort.(7)

    --- Common negative reactions. In a survey of women reporting post-abortion problems, 80% experienced guilt, 83% regret, 79% loss, 62% anger and 70% depression.(2)

    --- Forbidden grief. After abortion, societal expectation, personal shame and public and professional denial result in repressed grief, causing serious problems including clinical depression, eating disorders, self-destructive lifestyles and suicide.(20)

    Divorce and chronic relationship problems

    --- Women with a history of abortion are significantly more likely to subsequently have shorter relationships and more divorces. This may be due to lowered self-esteem, greater distrust of males, sexual dysfunction, substance abuse, and increased levels of depression, anxiety, and volatile anger.(21)

    --- More poverty and single parenthood after repeat abortions. Women who have more than one abortion (nearly half of those seeking abortions each year)(22) are more likely to become single parents and to require public assistance.(23)

    --- 30-50% of post-abortive women report experiencing sexual dysfunctions such as promiscuity, loss of pleasure from intercourse, increased pain, and aversion to sex and/or men.(23)

  17. Not counseled before or after the abortion, many wanted alternatives

    In a study of American and Russian women who experienced abortion:

    --- 67% of American women reported that they received no counseling beforehand

    --- 84% reported they received inadequate counseling beforehand

    --- 79% were not counseled about alternatives

    --- 54% were not sure about their decision at the time.(7)

    Unresolved trauma and child abuse

    --- 144 % more likely to abuse their children. One study found that women with a history of induced abortion were 144% more likely to physically abuse their children than women who had not had an abortion.(24)

    --- Child abuse linked to unresolved trauma. Abortion is linked with increased violent behavior, alcohol and drug abuse, replacement pregnancies, depression, and poor maternal bonding with later children. These factors are closely associated with child abuse and would appear to confirm a link between unresolved post-abortion trauma and subsequent child abuse.(25)

    Repeat abortions, self-punishment and risk factors

    --- 48% of aborting women have had a previous abortion.(22) Women who have had an abortion are 4 times more likely to abort a current pregnancy than those with no prior abortion history.(21) This may reflect aspects of self-punishment.(26)

    --- Studies have identified factors that put women at risk for negative reactions to abortion, including feeling pressured into unwanted abortions, lack of support, being more religious, prior emotional or psychological problems, adolescence, being unsure of her decision, and receiving little or no counseling prior to abortion. An analysis of 63 medical studies that identify risk factors concluded that the number of women suffering from negative emotional reactions could be dramatically reduced if abortion clinics screened women for these risk factors.(19)

    To learn more, see Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion. To order, call: Acorn Books: 1-888-412-2676.

    BTW: What is Planned Parenthood's response to all this? A Planned Parenthood affiliate in Illinois posted the following advice on their website:

    "You can say or yell "stop" whenever you have disturbing thoughts... if you find yourself fantasizing too often about what the child may have been like, you should substitute another fantasy: a baby crying because you have no time to give it."(28)

  18. Chris,
    You know that's not the truth but say what you will. We don't agree on whether or not first term abortions are killing or not. I have acknowledged that late term abortions should not be legal. Anything that can survive to be adopted should not be aborted.

    And no i don't know that. Its possible that is the case in some of them, but you have to prove its the case in a majority before you'd change my view. So find the statistics and start the process of writing a hypothesis on it.

  19. Mark,
    Abortion under the present terms is not murder despite your beliefs. If a large quantity of people within a given group of people choose to take a particular course its not my fault. I don't make them, nor do i ask them to. They are FREE to do what is legal in our country and it is not my fault that they do.

    Its up to them to cure the problems affiliated within their own culture.

  20. Jill gave all the stats you would need. Ending a life is wrong on every level and that is why you champion it. You will never change your mind Joe. "Evil is as evil does."

  21. The Un-Choice

    In a national study of women, 64% of those who aborted felt pressured to do so by others.1 This pressure can become violent.2 65% suffered symptoms of trauma.1 In the year following an abortion, suicide rates are 6-7 times higher.3

    Forced Non-Choice .... “I’ll blow her brains out.”

    Intense pressure to abort can come from husbands, parents, doctors, partners, counselors, or close friends and family. They may threaten or blackmail a woman into abortion.

    These are not idle threats. Coercion can escalate to violence. Women who resist abortion have been beaten, tortured and killed. One husband jumped on his wife’s stomach to force an abortion. A mother forced her daughter at gunpoint to go to the abortion clinic. A woman was forcibly injected by the baby’s father with an abortifacient drug.2

    Unwanted Non-Choice ... Their Choice, Not Hers.

    Reasons women give for having abortions:

    • Forced by mother

    • Father opposed
    • Husband or boyfriend persuaded me

    • No other option given
    • Would have been kicked out

    • Loss of family’s support
    • Lack of support from society

    • Clinic persuaded me4

    In 95% of all cases, the male partner plays a central role in the decision.5 Of men interviewed at abortion clinics 45% recalled urging abortion, including 37% of married men.6 Many of these men reported being justified in being the primary decision maker in the decision to have the abortion.6

    Coerced Choice ... Taken to the Clinic to Make Sure She Keeps the Appointment

    A former abortion clinic security guard testified before the Massachusetts legislature that women were routinely threatened and abused by the boyfriends or husbands who took them to the clinics to make sure they underwent their scheduled abortions.7 Many women are also pressured by clinic staff financially rewarded for selling abortions.8

    Forced Choice ... Threats Can Escalate to Violence or Murder — the Leading Killer of Pregnant Women

    The pressure can escalate. Many pregnant women have been killed by partners trying to prevent the birth, and being pregnant places women at higher risk of being attacked.9

    Murder is the leading cause of death among pregnant women.10 92% of women surveyed list domestic violence and assault as the women’s issue that is of highest concern to them.11

    Pro-Choice Advocates Are Rightfully Concerned About Coerced Abortions

    While citing a different statistic, noted pro-choice ethicist Daniel Callahan, director of the Hastings Center, has acknowledged the same basic problem:

    That men have long coerced women into unwanted abortion when it suits their purposes is well-known but rarely mentioned. Data reported by the Alan Guttmacher Institute indicate that some 30 percent of women have an abortion because someone else, not the woman, wants it.14

    The Aftermath. Women Coerced into Unwanted Abortions Pay a High Price.

    • 31% had health complications afterwards.1

    • 65% suffer multiple symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.1
    • 65% higher risk of clinical depression.15

    • 10% have immediate complications, some are life-threatening.16
    • 3.5x higher risk of death from all causes.17

    • A 6-7x higher rate of suicide compared to women giving birth.3

    Forced Abortions are Preventable

    It would only take a few minutes for abortion counselors to inquire of a pregnant women: "Is someone else encouraging you to have this abortion? Do you want this abortion to satisfy your own needs or are you looking to do this to please someone else? Are you feeling pressured to have this abortion by any other person? Do you feel any attachment to this pregnancy or any desire to keep it?"

    These questions could save countless women from unwanted abortions.

  22. I'm sure joe has forced a girl to kill her baby at some point in his life. Right joe?

  23. Steve,
    Just your mother!!

    I'm sure you heard me and her bump uglies from your basement room.

  24. To Noname

    Reason for abortions and their subsections

    1. Having a baby would change my life 74 %
    interfere with education 38%
    interfere with employment/career 38%
    2. Can’t afford a baby now 73%
    Unmarried 42%
    Student or planning to study 34%
    Can’t afford a baby and child care 28%
    Can’t afford the basic needs of life 23%
    Unemployed 22%
    3. Don’t want to be a single mother 48%
    Not sure about relationship 19%
    Partner and I don’t want to get married 12%
    4. Have completed my childbearing 38%

    So much for your hypothesis No Name. Top four reasons don't include threats or forced to.

    Husband or partner wants me to have an abortion 14%

    Parents want me to have an abortion 6%


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