Topless Pro-Abortion Feminist Steals Baby Jesus From Nativity Scene in St. Peter’s Square

International   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Dec 26, 2014   |   12:47PM   |   The Vatican

The pro-abortion radicals in Femen are at it again — using crazy antics and their topless bodies in an attempt to push abortion on an international scale and embarrass the pro-life Catholic Church.

This time, a topless woman ad the words ‘God Is Woman’ written across her chest as she ran through St Peter’s Square before rushing the stage with nativity scene and stealing baby Jesus. She held the figure of the infant Christ child before police apprehended her.

A video of the incident shows the woman sneaking underneath the fence and then storming the nativity display on a stone stage as hundreds of people watched. She grabs the baby Jesus and hoists it over her head and yelled a message, but the video did not contain audio. She was quickly apprehended by an officer who covered her in his jacket. Eventually several cops responded and the woman was taken away in a vehicle and baby Jesus was returned to the nativity scene.

femen2“The maniacal desire to control women’s fertility is a common trait of many religions, National Socialism, nationalism and other antediluvian, anti-humanist ideologies,” the group says. “Abortion is sacred!”

Here’s additional information on what happened:

The Pope had unveiled the Jesus figure, part of a large nativity scene last night when he marked Christmas with a late-night Mass in St Peter’s Basilica.

Today’s incident was captured on film and posted online this afternoon.

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In the 54-second clip, the woman is seen running from the crowd up a flight of stairs on to the stage where the nativity scene is set up.

She rushes across the platform towards the stable that had been built to represent the one that Jesus was born in.

She grabs the figurine before trying to flee the square from the other side of the stage.

But just moments later, she is ambushed by a member from the¬†Gendarmerie Corps of Vatican City State, the Vatican’s security force.