Today, Life Dynamics Inc., a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas, has released a shocking video comparing unborn babies murdered inside American abortion clinics to those killed from American wars.
According to the latest statistics, there were 1.06 million abortions reported in the United States for the year 2011, the last year the stats have been publicly recorded.
From 1973 through 2011, at least 55 million unborn children have been slaughtered in the womb in our nation.
Although these figures do not represent all abortions performed in the United States the numbers reveal that the loss of human life from abortion is staggering.
Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics in explaining why they created this video said, “We did this video because it’s very easy to talk about 55 million dead babies but no one can fully wrap their minds around those numbers. This will help America understand just how overwhelming these numbers are and demonstrate the magnitude of abortion in the United States.”
A stunning new video graphically displays the sheer magnitude of abortion in the United States in a clever, if chilling, way.
Life Dynamics released the video today. One jar contains red beads, one for every 1,000 soldiers who have died in all U.S. wars since the American Revolution.
Another series of larger jars contain multi-colored beads, each of which represents 1,000 children who died from abortion since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
“These people did not die for any noble cause. They were killed simply because someone wanted them dead and someone else was hired to kill them,” the video says.
The sound of marbles clinking into one another goes on, and on, and on.
Even this display does not capture the full picture, as complete abortion statistics do not exist. Most estimates place the number of abortions at 56 million in 41 years.
“Although these figures do not represent all abortions performed in the United States the numbers reveal that the loss of human life from abortion is staggering,” the organization said.