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Sryingk sok salkk sikek shatk ssk seryk siringk sndk seautifulk(Trying to talk like that is very tiring and beautiful).
Sveryonek seedsk sk sittlek sindk samek sncek snk sk shilek! (Everyone needs a little mind game once in a while!)
Yeah that’s fair.Even though I understood you perfectly.Also I said “The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.”
Srek sek surek shek sogk ssk sazyk? Saybek stk sask siredk sfterk sk songk sayk sfk sork? Slsox shyk ssk shek soxk sumpingk sverk shek sogk?
(Approx. Translation cuz I already forgot what this says lmao: Are we sure the dog is lazy? Maybe it was tired after a long day of work? Also why is the fox jumping over the dog?)
"I was doing abortions... we would do twenty, twenty five abortions on a saturday morning. The last patient of that day was a little sixteen year-old, and usually when we do an abortion, we only do it at about thirteen weeks (at that time), there's only a tablespoon, maybe up to four table spoons of amniotic fluid that come out when we do the procedure. This one was different, it was maybe a quart or one and a half that came out, as I was doing it, and there was a lot of blood, and it happened, the event that changed everything. The baby kicked me. And you might think, here was I doing abortions for a year and a half, and I would see the products that I was pulling out of the uterus: broken limbs, torsos, the head, all pieces of those babies and that didn't really move me? It didn't change my mind. It was only after I examined the abdomen that I realized this pregnancy was much more further along than anticipated. It really hit home, the fact that I was taking a life. The girl was taken to the hospital and the baby was removed in pieces, in a gruesome procedure. That was the last abortion that I ever did."
We would send the entire documentary, but it's too controversial and surely the King of Mesque would be accused of being a conspirationist or something worse by some.
Human life may be invaluable to some, but to Us it has no inherent value. It is the potential of someone's life that is at stake. When we kill, we remove their potential to contribute to society.
Abortion needs to be extremely regulated and its action fully understood. Would YOU tear a baby apart in their womb for no good enough reason?
Did this actually happen to you?Because if so, that sounds gruesome.
Not personally, but there are enough descriptions of Ob-Gyn doctors out there that make you think about it, even if you are not in a medical profession.
You can see their pain when they tell these stories.
"Wir wollen unseren alten Kaiser Wilhelm wiederhaben!"