GREAT TO SEE A LOT OF YOUNG PEOPLE SUPPORTING GOD’S COMMANDMENTS

PRO-LIFE ADVOCATES ATTEND THE ANNUAL MARCH FOR LIFE IN WASHINGTON ON JAN. 21, 2022

Nearly seven months since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade and returned the issue of abortion to the individual state legislatures, tens of thousands of anti-abortion activists will descend on Washington, D.C., for the 50th annual March for Life on Jan. 21.

Since Roe‘s overturning, 24 states have banned abortion or are likely to do so, according to a January 2023 report by the Guttmacher Institute, a think tank that supports abortion rights. Legal challenges are pending in several of those states.

On Jan. 11, the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives passed a pair of symbolic anti-abortion bills that are not expected to be acted upon in the Democratic-controlled Senate. One of the bills, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, would require health care providers to care for infants born after an attempted abortion. A 2002 federal law already mandates that health care professionals provide medical care to infants born at any gestational age.

Mancini called the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act “commonsense and compassionate.”

In October, she also described as “sensible and compassionate” a bill that Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, sponsored to ban abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Other antiabortion leaders supported the legislation even though congressional Republicans distanced themselves from it.

Democrats seized upon Graham’s bill to portray the GOP as extremist on the issue, a strategy that seemed to resonate with voters. The Democrats increased their majority in the U.S. Senate while Republicans underperformed in securing the House with a slim majority.

Meanwhile, voters in Michigan, California and Vermont in November chose to enshrine abortion rights in their state constitutions. In Kentucky and Kansas, voters rejected constitutional amendments that would have said residents in those states had no right to an abortion.

“It seems to me we’re discovering that voters are generally in the middle” on abortion, said Mary Ziegler, a law professor at the University of California Davis School of Law who is a leading historian on the abortion debate in the United States. In the middle? Sadly, what our Creator says on the issue is no longer relevant and therefore not a consideration. It is another sure “end times” sign.

ABORTION – GREATEST HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUE EVER

Many of USA Teenagers believe that the abortion issue is our greatest Human Rights issue of the 21st Century with no exceptions. Bar None!

For those that read my previous post  just days ago – Abortion is a National Sin. In it, I said, that unless nations repent of this heinous sin they cannot expect God to lift His hand of judgement from them. Hopefully, this move amongst young people in the USA will cause Trump to take action to overturn the Roe vs Wade Supreme Courts decision. Let’s pray that this will be the case.

All across the USA teenagers are inspired by Life. These kids grew up seeing photos of their younger siblings in 4-D ultrasounds and listening to baby brother or sister’s heartbeat at 12 weeks inside of their mom. They understand that their mom is carrying a child not a lump of tissues but a tiny human being.

Since 1973, when Roe V. Wade passed, 60 million American children have been denied the right to life. That equates to 1 child in 4 is missing from this current Gen Z generation due to abortion. Friends! Teachers! Scientists! Doctors! Artists! Athletes! Have all been terminated in the womb.

One bold and beautiful fashion brand is promoting all life from the womb to the tomb, with tees and beach bags that message “Life is Amazing” & “Babes Supporting Babes”. Culture of Life 1972 (COL1972) Fashion Brand has quickly grown to be a leader in the Pop-Culture for Life. Gen Z can not get enough of this new product, that boasts “Life is always in Style” and “Let’s Party Like It’s 1972.” There is a VIP list for those who wish to be included in new collections before they launch. There is a waiting list to become an Affiliate for the brand.

COL1972 calls their followers and customers aptly, their Life Tribe, winning others to the side of life every day with their fun fashionable and friendly clothing.

The best part is that 100% of the profits give back to women and children in crisis.

“Pop-culture has proudly glamorised the Culture of Death with messaging that abortion is empowering and even fun. Our brand and tribe rejects that message and believe that a Culture of Life must be promoted for the health of our children and nation.” – Gen Z COL1972 Co-founder Vittoria D’Addesi