What if I told you?

Posted: January 26, 2011 in Uncategorized
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What if I told you that a genocide had been taking place inside the United States, resulting a death toll of 1.5 million a year and more than 50 million since 1973? What if I told you that in the time it took you to read your facebook newsfeed, 15 people were murdered, and 4,000 more will will be murdered all across the United States before the end of the day (compare that to the death toll of 2,977 during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks)?

Would you ask which ethnic group was being eradicated? Would you ask why the media isn’t covering the mass murders every single day? Would you wonder how Congress hasn’t passed legislation to put an end to the genocide? Would you demand that the President call in the armed forces to stop the bloodshed?

What if I told you that those 4,000 people murdered every day were truly the most innocent victims imaginable? What if I told you that the genocide is aimed towards babies?

What if I told you that this genocide was 100% legal across all 50 states of the United States of America?

What if I told you that you could lend your voice to these children who never have one. What if I told you that you could save lives every single day? What if I told you that within you was the ability to save a future generation?

Would you call your elected leaders and demand an end to the bloodshed? Would you be a voice for the voiceless? Would you defend life in its most fragile form? Would you boycott the businesses that help to fund the campaign of bloodshed? Would you stand up and cry out for justice? Would you stand for life?

You can help end the genocide. You can raise a generation that demands justice and defends the innocent. You can save lives. You can end abortion.

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