Yesterday I launched AbortionWiki.org. It has been two years in the making and has widespread support throughout the pro-life movement here in the United States. We put out a press release which you can read here: AbortionWiki Launch to Shine Light on Global Abortion Industry. I just saw an article someone had written about the launch of AbortionWiki, and enjoyed it so much that I am posting an excerpt from it below:
“Sir Francis Bacon said it best when he wrote, ‘Knowledge is power,’” says AbortionWikiDirector, Andy Moore. “AbortionWiki makes use of this power by documenting the U.S. and international abortion industry and lobby on one wiki-based website.” (The Orate Frates, January 19, 2012)
AbortionWiki is a new website that was just launched…yesterday, on January 19th!
What is AbortionWiki’s goal? According to their website:
“AbortionWiki aims to be the reference of choice for all information relating to abortion. The act of abortion has killed more individual humans than all genocides or natural disasters in history put together. While AbortionWiki takes an unashamed pro-life stance, we also recognise that fact is fact. The truth supports the pro-life position and so for our benefit and for the benefit of all people we will enforce stringent referencing on all statements…”
I thought it was quite interesting that Sir Francis Bacon was quoted by Andy Moore, the Director of AbortionWiki. Sir Francis Bacon was born on January 22, 1561 and the 39th anniversary of Roe v Wade is this Sunday, January 22nd.
And, what has [Sir Francis Bacon] had to say regarding the Roe v Wade decision that legalized abortion in the United States?
Turning around this one thing, beloved, can be a staying action on all other predictions that I have given you concerning nuclear war and earth changes. The stopping of the slaying of innocents–this is the key to the reprieve and the key to the mercy out of the heart of Mother Mary as she does intercede for the nations before the throne of grace. ~ Saint Germain’s Prophecy for the New Millennium, pages 275-276.
Sir Francis Bacon also said, “Silence is the virtue of fools.”
When it comes to the issue of abortion and the defense of innocent life, I most definitely agree with him.
Head over to AbortionWiki.org where you can read up on all things related to abortion.