As 40 Days for Life begins in earnest, it is worth highlighting the extent to which the UK has fallen for the lies that emanate from the heart of the abortion industry.
If only people could see the money that is made from the industry and those who profit from the human catastrophe of abortion and if only people could know how terrible the reality of abortion is.
The Brits, however, unlike the Polish, have for over 40 years now enjoyed something of a torturous, entangled, passionate and lengthy affair with 'termination', so when someone comes along and shows the gruesome graphic reality, as a Polish pro-life group did in Poland last year without reproach in the image above, feathers are most certainly ruffled. The Abort67 group of protestors have managed to get themselves in the newspapers. The Daily Mail, The Telegraph and The Argus, no less, have all covered the arrest and removal of banners depicting the truth about abortion by Sussex Police and, apparently, the co-ordinators of the campaign have received quite a deal of positive feedback through the publicity on their website, which I won't link to, because, lets face it, do you really want to go to a website's home page only to see a snuff video on arrival?
Anyway, just to prove to you how easy it is to be Bono, I've videoed me doing one of my songs, entitled 'De Profundis'. What you do is, you take your depression, angst, repressed sexuality and other things teenagers go through but 32-year-old men should have come to terms with, you write a song about it, string some chords together (with a capo, because you can't play in another key without one), add some vague yearning for God and spirituality, only to later realise that Oscar Wilde wrote something with the same title and then say, "This one's about abortion" and stick it at the end of your blog post. Then you say, "Everytime I click my fingers another another baby is killed through abortion", wear some wrap around glasses, say "End Abortion Now!" and hey presto, you've turned into a self-righteous tosser and a wanna-be rockstar, even though you're still unemployed and just picking up the odd bit of gardening where you can. Then you can start embezzling the funds...Enjoy!