Martin Luther King Jnr. said in his 'Letter from Birmingham Jail':
"Like a boil that can never be cured so long as it is covered up but must be opened with all its ugliness to the natural medicines of air
and light, injustice must be exposed, with all the tension its exposure creates, to the light of human conscience and the air of national
opinion before it can be cured."
Abort67 exists to educate the public regarding the truth about abortion. Images of what abortion does to the unborn speak for themselves.
We understand that seeing images of what abortion looks like is extremely distressing but feeling distressed about it is an appropriate
response. There is no way to sugar coat an image of abortion. Why is so much anger vented toward those who show what abortion looks
like but not vented towards those who are performing abortions? What is going on here?
Every successful movement of social reform in the past has involved activists 'shouting about' an injustice to a culture that doesn’t want
to face up to the truth of that injustice. In our culture the word “abortion” has lost nearly all its meaning. We need to awaken people’s
consciences in order for them to know that abortion is an act of violence that kills a baby.
It is definitely not our aim to upset women who have been through the trauma of abortion, however we absolutely believe that the life of
an unborn person is considerably more important than hurt feelings. We also believe in order for more women not to be damaged by killing
their sons and daughters they need to come to terms with the horror of abortion.
When the public see the reality of abortion their understanding of the facts begin to change.