ABORTION IS EUROCIDE
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Thousands of Pro-lifers took to the streets of London Saturday 5 May 2018, for the March for Life UK, the first time the march has come to the British capital. The organisers said the March for Life will be back in London next year.
The anti-abortion protest was promoted by The Ethnic-European May 3 (https://bit.ly/2jp5pAJ). Our news story has received so far an impressive near 150 shares. A number of former British Movement and National Front members attended the March for Life demonstration and were seen in the leading part of the march.
One of The Ethnic-European’s contributors says, “There were plenty of English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish flags on the 2,000 strong march too. A small Marxist Socialist Workers Party / Pro-Choice (Pro-Death) counter-demonstration failed to dampen spirits.”
American singer Joy Villa led the march through Trafalgar Square to Parliament Square, where Clare McCullough of the Good Counsel Network addressed the crowd and denounced the decision by Ealing Council to set up what she described as a buffer zone around an abortion clinic. A small counter-demonstration greeted the march at Parliament Square, but the event passed without incident.
Bishop John Keenan of Paisley and Bishop John Wilson, an auxiliary of Westminster, also addressed the marchers. Bishop Keenan urged pro-lifers to consider going into public life but warned they would face significant challenges.
“You have no idea of the galvanising effect your courage will have if you stand up before the British media courageously, even under attack, and be pro-life. You’re setting the seeds of the next generation,” the bishop said.
“We will win this battle by truth, but we will win it even more by courage.”
Pro-Life Workshops and stands at a Pro-Life Exhibition were also organised for the day. The UK March for Life takes place each year around the time that 1967 Abortion Act came into effect. The march started in 2012 as an initiative of a small group of pro-life activists in Birmingham. The annual event grew so much that organisers decided to move it to London for the first time this year.
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