A pregnant woman lambasts anti-abortion protestors for making woman feel guilty.
A pregnant woman has become an Internet sensation for sticking it to an anti-abortion group who were protesting outside a clinic in Southwark, London.
In a brilliant and eloquent rant, she blasts the protestors from Abort67 for making woman feel guilty, explaining ‘you don’t know why people are doing what they’re doing but you’re going to be out here judging.’
The protestors were left speechless.
Watch the as yet unidentified woman unleash her fury on the anti-abortion protestors below and read the full rant:
‘It’s wrong what you’re doing. You don’t know why people are doing what they’re doing but you’re going to be out here judging.
‘And I just heard that woman there that said ‘I had an abortion’. You’re a hypocrite.
‘But because you’re not happy with what you’re doing you’re standing out here making other people feel guilty.
‘Like I said, many people have been abused, you don’t know what there reasons for.
‘That’s why I think this is so wrong, on so many levels. And you’re a liar, because I heard her tell you ‘turn off the camera’.
‘So be honest man, be real with the people.
‘Because as soon as they see that on you, you make women – and like I just said, you don’t know if they’ve got money.
‘There was a baby on the news that got found in a f***ing bin.
‘Maybe if their mum didn’t feel afraid, because of people like you, maybe the baby wouldn’t have died in a bin.
‘Whether you think it’s better to get rid of them at 10 weeks, or to actually go through with the birth and get rid of that child, I think it’s better then. Simple as.
‘And I think it’s right what you’re doing, make them shove off from here. Because they ain’t even done their research.
‘There’s Kid’s Company round there, where we’re helping thousands and thousands of kids, while you’re out here and you ain’t done your research, where you are, where you’re located.
‘This is the wrong place to be located, especially when we have our people, that are gong through their s**t coming to visit us at Kid’s Company and we’re meant to help.
‘Then they’re meant to see this.
‘The people we work with, there’s girls that have been abused, molested, and you’ve got this on.
‘All you keep talking about is, “Do you think it’s right?” You get raped by soldiers and all different people then you tell me what you do after that.
What a brilliant, brilliant woman.