Saturday, October 20, 2007

Pro-Abortion Feminist Marchers Assault Peaceful Prayer Group in Argentina

Don't ever try to take away their right to kill their babies in the womb, they might try to kill you.

A pro-abortion march by angry feminists in the Argentine city of Cordoba became the scene of religious harassment last Sunday as demonstrators assaulted a peaceful group of Catholics praying in front of the Cathedral.

The feminists, who were participating in the Twenty-Second Annual National Women's Encounter, erupted into a frenzy of obscenity and violence, throwing trash and screaming epithets at the counter-demonstrators, who stood on the steps of the Cathedral with a banner over their heads that read "Cordoba Defends Life", and depicted a baby's hand.


One girl at the cathedral, which the press identified only as "Juana", received a black eye from the incident. When she attempted to report it to the local police, she was told, "if it hurts, go to a doctor, I have a lot of work to do" and the policeman told a reporter accompanying the girl, "I decide what is a crime and what isn't."

It's a blessing to live in a country where our cops don't determine the law, they only enforce it.