By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D.
NRL Director of Education & Research
Apparently nothing bothers Rebecca Gomperts more than a country that legally protects their unborn. Gomperts, the abortion activist from Women on Waves (WOW) who brought the world the “abortion ship,” the “I want an abortion website” where women can consult and order abortion pills, the “abortion hotline” where they learn how to find and use the pills, and in recent years, was involved in efforts such as the “abortion train,” the “abortion bus,” and the “abortion drone,” is at it again.
This time? Bringing the abortion drone to Ireland
The latest stunt, we are told, will involve a drone fitted with packages of abortion pills (mifepristone and misoprostol) and flown from a location in Omeath, Ireland, to a spot across the river to somewhere near Narrow Water in Northern Ireland, where women will pick up and ingest the pills. This is scheduled to occur on Tuesday, June 21 at around 10 am local time.
The action “has been described as an act of solidarity between women on both sides of the Irish border to highlight the strict laws on terminations that exist in both countries,” according to The Guardian.
A reporter from the Irish Independent says, “It will not be revealed which women, if any, are pregnant when they take the World Health Organization approved abortion pills” (6/16/16). But, according to The Guardian, the women who will be ingesting the pills will not be pregnant, similar to what was the case with the women in last year’s media event with WOW’s abortion drone in Poland.
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