While we are preoccupied with the supposed lethality of a “pandemic”, we are obviating what is, the number one cause of death worldwide: abortions.
What’s the big deal about using a condom and condoms, you fucking perverts?
Abortions have been the leading cause of death worldwide in 2021, with nearly 43 million unborn babies killed in the womb, according to data provided by the Worldometer.
As of noon on December 31, 2021, 42.6 million abortions had been performed during the year, the Worldometer revealed, while 8.2 million people had died from cancer, 5 million from smoking, 1.7 million from HIV/AIDS, 1.3 million from traffic accidents and 1 million from suicide.
The sum of all deaths worldwide from causes other than abortion gives a figure of 58.7 million, meaning that abortions accounted for just over 42% of all human deaths in 2021.
For comparison, supposed global “deaths” due to coronavirus in 2021 (recall that hospitals are incentivized, or rather, bribed, with every death WITH the covid they notice, and never mark deaths BY covid, oddly enough) totaled about 3.5 million, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Worldometer – voted one of the best free reference sites by the American Library Association (ALA) – does a continuous year-round tally of the world’s major statistics, including population, births, deaths, cars produced, books published and CO2 emissions.
It also records the total number of abortions performed worldwide, based on the latest abortion statistics published by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Worldometer December 31, 2021
Globally, there were more deaths from abortion in 2021 than all deaths from cancer, malaria, HIV/AIDS, smoking, alcohol and traffic accidents combined, according to Worldometer statistics.
In fact, the staggering number of abortion deaths has led some observers to call abortion the “social justice cause of our time,” as the magnitude of the problem completely overshadows other human rights issues.
On December 28, Christians around the world celebrated the feast of the Holy Innocents, which commemorates the massacre of all male children in Israel under the age of two, by order of King Herod, to kill the newborn Christ. Pope Francis compared Herod’s massacre of the innocents to the modern practice of killing babies through abortion.
The 49th annual March for Life in America will take place in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 21, 2022, under the theme “Equality Begins in the Mother’s Womb.”
“The pro-life movement recognizes the immense responsibility this nation has to restore equal rights to its most defenseless citizens in the womb,” said Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life, at a press conference in October.
The stated goal of the march is to end abortion by “uniting, educating and mobilizing pro-lifers in the public square.”
The annual march commemorates the infamous Jan. 22, 1973, Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, which, along with the 1992 Planned Parenthood v. Casey case, overturned the laws of 50 states and made abortion legal and available on demand throughout the United States.