Planned Parenthood exec: Female gendercide is bad for the world, but we must trust women

I wrestle with gender-based abortion more than any other reason [a person might give for choosing to abort]… Gender? Geez….

From a macro perspective, I don’t think it’s a very good idea for us to be eliminating women.

But if you look at it at the individual level, which is what we do, I don’t have any right to say that one person’s reason is better or worse than another’s.

~ Angie Murie, executive director of Planned Parenthood Waterloo Region in Canada, as quoted in the National Post article, “Abortion’s ‘tightrope’.”

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20 thoughts on “Planned Parenthood exec: Female gendercide is bad for the world, but we must trust women”

  1. their slogans suck… women? to do what? kill little baby women ( and boys ) whatever.


  2. oh yeah and trust women to hurt themselves….years and years of mental instability. i have a 75 year old libeeral friend. im actually friends with his wife but i like him ( just not the fact that hes a lib ) he is very pro abortion. every time i go to their house hes watching matthews or ” meet the depressed ” i asked him one day ” how do you feel about women who have emotional problems after abortion”? he replied ” they were already nuts. the abortion doesnt make them that way. they dont need to be mothers to begin with.” sigh~liberals


  3. isnt that nice to know what a liberal man thinks about liberal women huh..? youre all just a bunch of nuts…….but you girls would love to hear him chant ” her body her choice ” lol


  4. From a macro perspective, I don’t think it’s a very good idea for us to be eliminating women.


    She doesn’t think it’s a good idea to eliminate women?  How about “it’s an abhorrent idea to believe we can eliminate any human.” 


  5. These pricks of conscience (there’s a joke in there somewhere) happen for a reason, Ms. Murie. What you have effectively said is that you cannot make any kind of judgment, even if your heart, mind and spirit smack you upside the head with a reminder of what it means to be human.

    Trust women? I don’t trust YOU.


  6. What to do? What to do? Hmmm. Quite a quandary for the abortion industry. Trying to convince everyone that abortion is pro-woman while the truth that abortion is killing more pre-born women…ack! Its the kind of PR nightmare that keeps an abortionist up at night.


  7. yeah and ive often wondered how many women would be walking around today had they not been killed in abortion. they could be productive members of society……..nurses doctors waitresses teachers….stay at home mothers. abortion is killing our nation!


  8. Men that are liberal, and support pro choice movement(pro aborts) truly are just taught that if they support this lifestyle, it gives them power, really they are saying”oh honey its your body, your choice, its up to you to decide, after all its YOU carrying the thing inside Your body, not me”…this is a load of crap, so that men are not held accountable for their part in the conception, as well as the bearing of the child and supporting him/her for their needs…of course men love pro abort women, they can have sex, and have nothing to worry about after all, they’ll just leave it up to the woman, to abort…This is a twisted way to wind up having our society…the funny thing is feminists- tru ones are NOT PRO CHOICE. because this isnt something fair to the unborn female, or male…independence and freedom to be equal to men- is failed by adapting to abortion as a means of birth control, to succeed in society AS A MAN. does…if you dont want children yet, or want to be in the position to have to CHOOSE between YOUR -SELF AND GOALS AND YOUR LIFE, then don’t have sex, or use family planning…


  9. Everyone please pray for Canada and Canadian women.  Canada, like many European countries, has been enveloped in darkness.  Many in Canada, especially those who are pro-choice, have embraced sacrificing their own children to protect their own self-interest:

    “If you can restrict sex-based abortions, then why can’t you restrict abortions for genetic abnormalities? It’s not a road we should go down.” Joyce Arthur, executive director of Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada


  10. I pray for Canada anyway Tyler, because my husband is from Canada, and his family still lives there.


  11. Praise be to God for shedding light on this issue and the discomfort it causes pro-choicers.  May this be the trigger for countless conversions to pro-life.


  12. “I don’t have any right to say that one person’s reason is better or worse than another’s.”

    Why don’t you “have any right to say […] better or worse,” Mx. Angie Murie?

    Has someone stolen your right to think?

    Has something impaired your capacity to discern right from wrong?

    Are these special lack-of-abilities a requirement for being an Executive Director of Planned Parenthood?


  13. Del, women who are pregnant with an unwanted baby are exempt from any questioning. Whatever, whenver, however, the killing must continue. Liberation through abortion!!!!


  14. a good friend commented once that the pro-aborts are aborting themselves out of the battle – this makes me think of that – if the pro-aborts are killing their little girls, then not only will not be enough girls for all the guys, there specifically won’t be enough pro-abort girls for the pro-abort guys – and all those poor pro-abort guys will be left without anyone to help them carry on their culture of death – sounds bad, I know – but hey, if you can’t beat ’em, let them beat themselves (although I do think we can and will beat them)


  15. “Has someone stolen your right to think?”

    LOL.  That was stolen a long time ago from the proaborts. 


  16. @Bryan

    I don’t care if it does result in fewer pro-choicers in the future, I don’t think that aborting a movement out of existence is something to celebrate. I’d rather not have anyone aborted, whether they were going to grow up to be pro-life or pro-choice. 


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