Naked Abortion Activists Desecrate Statues of Virgin Mary and Pope Francis to Promote Abortion

International   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jul 26, 2018   |   12:03PM   |   Buenos Aires, Argentina

What is it with abortion activists getting naked to promote abortion?

Do they not understand that the rest of the world knows what the human body is? Do they not get that abortion involves an unborn child too? Does somehow being naked and exposing themselves accentuate the argument for destroying the lives of babies before birth?

Whatever the reason, abortion activists and pro-abortion feminists frequently take off their clothes to promote abortion around the world. They did it again this week in Argentina, where a massive battle is being fought over legislation to legalize abortions killing unborn children.

These kinds of protests are typically directed at the Catholic Church and this was the case again in Argentina, where abortion activists desecrated statues of Pope Francis and the Virgin Mary.  Somehow that is supposed to endear Catholics to their pro-abortion agenda. But the opposite appears to be the case.

Here’s more:

A play in Argentina during which naked actors hug a statue of Argentinian-born Pope Francis wearing pro-abortion symbols has caused outrage in the country.

The original production called Dios (God) was organised by the cultural centre of the city of Rafaela, in the northern Argentina province of Santa Fe. The play was shown during an annual theatre festival which has been held in the city over the last 15 years.

During the show, a group of naked performers reportedly danced in front of a statue of the Virgin Mary and hugged a statue of Pope Francis while wearing green handkerchiefs with the symbol of the pro-abortion movement in Argentina.

However, the theatre production has also received criticism from some local residents as well as the religious community, some of whom wrote a letter to request the councillor of Rafaela, Luis Castellano, to do something about the offence caused.

Bishop Luis Fernandez also released a press statement saying the church defends freedom in the arts, but that the “play did not respect the Christian faith”.

He said: “It is an insult to the religious spirit that does not exist with our wish to believe in peace in our country.

“This incident hurts us deeply, that this is the feeling of the Catholics in Rafaela.”