Incredible 9/11 Commercial Promotes Pro-Life Message

National   Steven Ertelt   Sep 12, 2011   |   6:05PM    Washington, DC

A multimedia company that uses powerful videos to share the pro-life message has crafted a new video that coincides with the 10th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks to promote respect for all human life.

Virtue Media released the new video “Humane Humanity” to commemorate the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and to help Americans take a moment to “rededicate ourselves to upholding the sanctity of all human life.”

“Over the years humanity has made terrible mistakes. People were treated as less than human, even killed … because they were a different skin color, because they were a different faith…because they were unplanned, unknown and helpless,’ the video says. “But over time we are slowly learning that we are all God’s children, created in His image. And to disregard the value of human life whether through hate or indifference, is wrong.”

“That all human creation, regardless of race, religion, abilities or stage of human life has an inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness … a right to love and be loved,” it continues. “As Americans, let’s cherish the sanctity of life. Because we know how it feels when others treat us as less than human.”

The message is read as video footage and pictures are interspersed showing tombs, Jews treated as prisoners in Nazi death camps, black Americans struggling for civil rights, and images of unborn children in 3D and 4D ultrasound settings. It later adds positive images of children, a Jewish rabbi, and ultimately a fireman responding to the terrorist attacks. It concludes with an image of one of the towers of the World Trade Center falling and a call to respect life.

“The 10th anniversary of 9/11 reminds each of us of the dignity of every human life.  Not only on 9/11, but each and every day God calls us to the heroic and loving support and protection of all human life…life created in His own image,”says Tom Peterson of Virtue Media.