Thursday, September 26, 2013

Do Abolitionists Want Closed Abortion Centers to Re-open?

[The following article/post is authored by the founders of the Abolish Human Abortion movement in Norman, Oklahoma.  The Abolitionist Society of Tampa agrees with this explanation on our position regarding the shutting-down of some abortion centers across the U.S.] : 

In response to a confused [Facebook] page-member's question about whether we want closed-down abortion clinics to re-open...?


We are happy to hear of every killing center closed down and we pray they remain closed for good. We just don't turn these happy occasions into triumphalist claims about the success of whatever the current legislative battle is or use them in our fundraising pitches or claim that if you send us a thousand dollars we will close down the rest by the same means.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

The Mission of Abolitionist Societies

Following in the footsteps of former abolitionist movements, we aim to end one of the greatest human miseries and moral evils to have ever become entrenched in our world. Like those who worked to effect the abolition of legalized human slavery, we will not rest until we have effected the total abolition of legalized human abortion.
Our primary goal is simple: we want to encourage informed, rigorous, and consistent thought and action regarding the frequent occurrence of abortion within our communities. We want to instigate and enhance the level of rational discussion regarding the question of whether the legally sanctioned system of human abortion on demand is just or not. And we hope to inspire pro-life individuals to become more assertive and actively involved in the adherence to and expression of a way of life that is truly in favor of life.