The online abortion group Women on Web is using drones to send dangerous abortive drugs to women across the globe.
Since 1999, Dutch physician Rebecca Gompert has been finding loopholes in pro-life countries’ laws in order to make abortion more accessible. Her original program was Women on Waves, which consisted of “a specially constructed mobile clinic on board a ship which carries out non-surgical abortion services in international waters,” according to the Daily Mail.
After realizing the limitations of her ship, Gompert founded her newest program, Women on Web. The website provides thousands of women with information on abortion, and has used drones to send abortion pills across borders. These pills were sent into countries where abortion is largely illegal, such as Poland and Ireland, according to the report.
Gomperts’ abortion activities have gotten her into some trouble already. The report states that the Dutch Ministry of Health tried to investigate her and block her ship, and German police intercepted controllers for the drones into Poland. Many of their abortion drug packages also have been intercepted in South American countries where unborn babies are protected under the law, LifeNews reported.
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LifeNews previously reported on the dangers associated with these abortive pills:
Although Women on Waves says the abortion pill is safe, evidence from the United States indicates that’s not the case.
The FDA has documented 2,207 adverse events in the U.S. of women who have had medical abortions, including 14 deaths, 612 hospitalizations, 339 cases where blood loss was so great the woman needed a transfusion, 256 infections and 58 ectopic pregnancies. Women who died from medical abortions died from a bacterial infection like toxic shock, hemorrhaging to death, ruptured ectopic pregnancy and massive heart attack.
Organizations such as Women on Web claim that they are interested in helping women’s health, yet their promotion of such medications jeopardize the well-being of the mother.