Imagine selling illegal drugs that trigger an illegal, abnormal, potentially life-threatening bodily function with a 10+% failure rate requiring unguaranteed surgical intervention.
i need an abortion.jpgI sounded the alarm 3 weeks ago when reading that Women on Waves sells the RU-486 abortion cocktail (mifeprostone with a misoprostol chaser) over the Internet in countries where abortion is illegal.
Now, according to several sources today including Sky News:

Women living in countries where abortion is restricted… are using the internet to buy abortion pills that allow them to have a termination at home.
More than one in 10 customers on one of the most well-known websites needed a surgical procedure after taking the medication, a medical study has found….

Women in more than 70 countries… have used the internet site Women on Web to buy the drugs for £55 ($110) a time.
Women on Web is available in 5 languages and offers the drugs mifepristone and misoprostol; it says a combination of the pills causes the non-surgical termination of a pregnancy and can be used up to the 9th week.
The website says it helps women “gain access to a safe abortion with pills in order to reduce the number of deaths due to unsafe abortions”.
But a study in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology found that 11% of 400 customers went on to need a surgical procedure – either because the drugs had not completed the abortion or because of excessive bleeding.


However, anti-abortion campaigners said women often understated the period of gestation in order to obtain the medication.
‘This is very worrying indeed. It’s like a cynical form of back-street abortion,’ said Josephine Quintavalle, of anti-abortion campaign group Comment on Reproductive Ethics.

Of course, on both points.
Where are the politicians like both Clintons who spout the “safe, legal, and rare” mantra? These certainly violate 2 of the 3. Where are the feminists so concerned for women’s health?
I’ll answer my own question. These politicians won’t say a word because they’re getting money from the racket making scads of money off this Internet scheme, the feminists. Btw, it seems obvious that Women on Waves and Women on Web are one and the same.

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