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Friday, January 1, 2021

"Baby meat for a cream factory." How big is the abortion business in Spain?

 One of the conservative magazines in Poland published a shocking report of the investigation of the abortion business in Spain. This is a partial translation of the report published on Dorzeczy.pl:

Spain is one of the countries with the most liberal abortion laws globally, and therefore nearly 100,000 children are aborted there each year. Despite the widespread access to contraception and the morning-after pill, the number of abortions with surgical intervention increases every year.

People in Spain have been talking about the abortion industry on an exorbitant scale for a long time. A few days ago, the results of investigations were published by journalists and pro-life activists from the SCJ Vita association. It can still be found on YouTube.

“We know about millions of dollars in transfers, about the pressure lobbying abortion that puts pressure on politicians and all social strata. Even a small abortion center in the provinces has a turnover of 2.5 million euros. At the national level, they receive over 60 million euros in public funding alone. “

“There are hundreds of medical certificates in abortion clinics, signed with a blank space by a doctor,  for the patient’s name and surname, so that the woman, when entering and paying, has a certificate that the abortion has saved her from terrible psychological harm.” 

“In Spain, there are specialized abortion clinics where very late abortions, up to 9 months, are performed. Women from all over Europe come to us on abortion tourism and pay on the black market for abortions that are illegal in their countries.”

How many things we do not know yet - one can only guess. In Spain, there is a lack of political will to investigate illegal practices and a lack of transparency in the operation of abortion centers, despite years of pressure and influencing lawsuits from Catholic associations and their lawyers. The mainstream media is also involved in the silence on the subject, as widely available abortion is one of the most important “gains” of Spanish democracy.