According to Worldometer, an organization that is led by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers making global statistics of 2020, abortion was again the No.1 cause of death worldwide with 42.7 million unborn children killed by abortion.

According to a Breitbart report, 8.2 million people died from cancer, 1.7 million from AIDS, and there were more than 1 million suicides.

According to Johns Hopkins University, the CCP Virus recorded 1.8 million deaths, although taking into account the false figures from countries such as China and Iran, it is quite possible that the figure is exponentially higher.

The numbers are chilling: more human beings died from abortion than deaths from cancer, malaria, AIDS, tobacco-related diseases, alcohol, and traffic accidents combined.

Worldmeter relied on abortion statistics published by the World Health Organization, one of the world’s largest organizations promoting abortion.

According to a report by the Human Defense Initiative, in 2018 the United Nations published a document in which it stated, “Governments “must provide safe, legal, and effective access to abortion” in the case that the pregnancy would potentially cause the woman “pain or suffering.”

And furthermore, “No laws or barriers may be placed that may push women toward “unsafe” abortions, including those caused by the “exercise of conscientious objection by individual medical providers.”

The arguments outlined in this U.N. document have actually been used by leftist and progressive organizations seeking to legalize abortion, including late-term abortions up until birth.

Under the argument that the mother might “suffer” mentally or physically, a “safe abortion” must be guaranteed, according to the U.N. However, leftist feminist movements have expanded their supposed arguments to justify the killing.

Among the most common are:

– That the mother cannot provide the child with a good economic life, which would be tantamount to asking that all poor children be killed before they are born.

– “My body, my decision,” but once a woman is pregnant, is no longer just “a body” but another human being, so it is no longer her own decision, since that being also has the right to live.

Regarding the legalization of abortion, in 2020 some countries were good news while others were very bad news.

A constitutional court in Poland banned eugenic abortions, that is, all abortions performed when the baby is found to have a disability, and stood firm in the face of pressure from the European Parliament.

Argentina legalized abortion last December in its second attempt amid the alleged pandemic despite the fact that according to a survey, more than 60% of Argentines oppose such a law.

It is worth noting the role of the Trump administration in these four short years and the great impact it has had on a global level. Not only was Trump the first U.S. president to participate in the March of Life, but his policies and expressions of Christian faith have endeared him to people all over the world.

On Oct. 22, 2020, the United States led a group of 34 countries in signing the Geneva Consensus Declaration, a symbolic document that shows the determination of these nations to preserve the traditional values of humanity as the new world order advances.

In the declaration, the countries “reaffirm that there is no international right to abortion, nor any international obligation on the part of states to finance or facilitate abortion, consistent with the long-standing international consensus that each nation has the sovereign right to implement programs and activities consistent with their laws and policies.”

And further “emphasize that “in no case should abortion be promoted as a method of family planning,” which is what Planned Parenthood does worldwide through its various affiliates.

Overall, the world faces this huge challenge of resisting the new world order that seeks to destroy humanity’s traditional values, which are in turn what connects humankind with God.

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