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Jan 14

“On Death’s Door” Presentation, Rally for Life, Jan. 25, 2015

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Rally for Life

Jan. 25th @ 2pm.
Peace Lutheran Church, located at 501 E. Fillmore Ave. in Eau Claire, WI.

Sponsored by the Eau Claire chapter of Wisconsin Right to Life

“On Death’s Door: How America Embraced the Culture of Death and Why it Matters.”

Dr. Horvath began researching the ‘culture of death’ in earnest about eight years ago when he and his wife were informed at the ultrasound that their daughter had spina bifida, and then were asked if they wanted an abortion. He was disturbed that such a question would be posed in such circumstances and sought to understand how that could happen. It soon became clear that the high abortion rates of children diagnosed with birth defects is in fact an extension of eugenics programs that had their origins in the early part of the 20th century. On top of that, children with birth defects was just one component of what turns out to be a comprehensive agenda that can best be described as ‘population control.’ Adding insult to injury, while many of these programs are funded by private organizations, many more are funded by the US government–that is, the American taxpayer!

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“On Death’s Door: How America Embraced the Culture of Death and Why it Matters.” Rally for Life on  Jan. 25th @ 2pm. Peace Lutheran Church, located at 501 E. Fillmore Ave. in Eau Claire, WI.   Sponsored by the Eau Claire chapter of Wisconsin Right to Life Speaker: Dr. Anthony Horvath.  About eight years ago, Anthony and his wife were informed at their ultrasound that their daughter had spina bifida, and were asked if they wanted an abortion. Disturbed that such a question would be posed so abruptly, Horvath sought to understand how that could happen. It soon became evident that it is not an accident that disabled children are aborted at such high rates.  Efforts to eliminate ‘defectives’ began in earnest in America a century ago, and persist to this day–often at tax payer expense.

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