Abortion Campaigner Gets Wages of Sin

Abortion Campaigner Gets Wages of Sin

A Communist feminist who campaigned to legalise abortion in Argentina promptly from a supposedly “safe, legal” abortion in the formerly devoutly Catholic country.

María del Valle González López, 23, was president of Radical Youth of La Paz, one of the many far-left groups that formed the backbone of the Soros-funded drive to end the nation’s long-standing ban on abortion.

The murder of unborn babies was duly legalised in Argentina on 31st December last year. It appears that López then deliberately got herself pregnant in order to make a public show of having what she called her “dream abortion”.

On April 7th, López, a college student, requested an abortion at the Arturo Illia hospital in La Paz and was prescribed abortion drugs. Two days later, she began to feel ill. She was referred to the main healthcare facility in the eastern area of Mendoza, Perrupato Hospital and was diagnosed with sepsis a few hours before she died on April 11th.

Dr. Luis Durand responded by pointing out that abortions are not health care:

“While some believe that the death of the young woman could have occurred due to some misconduct, in reality abortion is not a medical practice,” Durand said. “Just a few months ago, it was a crime under Argentinian law. In the case of abortion, the death of the child is always brutal. It is burned through injecting substances into the uterus, or it is removed through dismemberment, or it is subjected to extreme uterus spasms which asphyxiate it.”

“It is false premise to believe that such a procedure is truly safe,” Dr. Durand concluded.

After the news broke, pro-life leaders in the country mourned the young woman’s death and questioned abortion activists’ silence on the tragedy.

“María del Valle was 23 years old and had her whole life in front of her. She was a student and had become president of Radical Youth in Mendoza. She had a legal abortion on Wednesday and by the weekend she was already dead. I’m telling you because the feminists remain silent,” pro-life leader Guadalupe Batallán noted on Twitter.

Belén Lombardi, a young mother and pro-life activist, also noted abortion activists’ hypocrisy, writing, “If María had died from a clandestine (illegal at the time) abortion, feminists would be tearing the whole city apart, but since María died from a legal abortion and that doesn’t suit (their cause), it’s scrubbed,” according to the report.

The young woman’s death brought about a renewed debate about abortion in Argentina; many now are urging that women be informed of the risks of abortion to their lives as well as their unborn babies.

In the United States, the abortion drug Mifepristone has been linked to at least 24 women’s deaths and more than 4,000 serious complications. Risks include excessive bleeding, severe abdominal pain, infection and haemorrhage.

A 2009 study “Immediate Complications After Medical Compared With Surgical Termination of Pregnancy” in the journal “Obstetrics and Gynecology” found a complication rate of approximately 20 percent for abortion drugs.