Marking the upcoming 30th anniversary of the Supreme Court's most controversial decision in history – Roe v. Wade – the January edition of WND's acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine will focus cover-to-cover on the supercharged subject of abortion in America.
Titled "ABORTION: The 30-year war," it includes:
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- Our interview with Norma McCorvey – the real-life "Jane Roe" plaintiff of Roe v. Wade and long the poster girl of legalized abortion. Amazingly, today she has switched sides and become a pro-life Christian. She charges that she was callously "used" in 1973 by uncaring pro-abortion attorneys and confesses her celebrated case was fraudulent in the first place, having been based on the lie that she was impregnated through rape. Today, McCorvey runs a ministry to persuade people of the evils of abortion.
- Similarly, Bernard Nathanson, M.D., the co-founder of NARAL (the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League) and one of the early creators and strategists of the abortion movement, now admits it was all based on lies.
"We simply fabricated the results of fictional polls," he confesses, while explaining how the abortion-rights movement changed America's laws. "We aroused enough sympathy to sell our program of permissive abortion by fabricating the number of illegal abortions done annually."
It was also Nathanson, who personally performed 5,000 abortions and supervised another 10,000, that made up the original abortion-rights slogans of the "pro-choice" movement: "Freedom of choice" and "Women must have control over their own bodies."
"I remember laughing when we made those slogans up," recalls Nathanson, reminiscing about the early days of the abortion-rights movement in the late '60s and early '70s. "We were looking for some sexy, catchy slogans to capture public opinion. They were very cynical slogans then, just as all of these slogans today are very, very cynical."
In this issue of Whistleblower, Nathanson – joined by a host of other former abortionists and clinic personnel – blows the lid off of the extraordinarily deceitful, destructive but lucrative abortion business, long protected by the establishment media's reluctance to investigate it.
"This story is unlike any other journalistic piece on abortion in America," says David Kupelian, WND vice president and managing editor. "It takes you on a breathtaking guided tour through the abortion business, conducted by the most credible 'tour-guides' possible."
Also in this issue of Whistleblower:
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- Perhaps the first-ever in-depth report by a news organization on the widespread incidence of rape and sexual abuse within abortion clinics – sometimes perpetrated by clinic staff but usually by the abortionists themselves.
- The most comprehensive journalistic look yet at the link between abortion and breast cancer – and why doctors, while conceding the risk factor to each other, are so reluctant to talk about it to their patients.
"This issue of Whistleblower is shattering," said Editor and CEO Joseph Farah. "I don't think the reality of abortion and the surrounding issues have ever been communicated in a more compelling way by a news organization. You simply won't be the same after you read it."
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