USA, in Texas abortion prohibited after 6 weeks: it is the most restrictive law ever Termination of pregnancy in Texas will not be possible after six weeks of gestation. This was established by a law proposed by Governor Abbot called the “law of the heartbeat” and from today into force with which every single citizen can denounce anyone involved in the practice of abortion. Curated by Chiara Ammendola 62 SHARES comment No Supreme Court intervention to block what many have dubbed the “heartbeat law”, and so starting today in the US state of Texas, women will not be able to experience abortion after six weeks. The law was proposed last May by Governor Greg Abbot to become definitive in September, except for any interventions in the process and to be able to save that there have not been. An epochal step back in the protection of the right of every woman to terminate pregnancy sanctioned in the country by the historic 1973 case of Roe v. Wade. According to the report presented by the activists who in recent months have opposed the approval of the law, with this new law, access to abortion in Texas would be reduced “immediately and catastrophically”, removing this right from at least 85% of women. Governor Greg Abbott’s proposal is based on the “law of the heartbeat”, which is the idea propagated by the anti-abortion ranks according to which an embryo develops a heartbeat already in the first 6 weeks of life. According to what was also stated by the doctors interviewed in the discussion on abortion in the United States, the time frame would not be sufficient to grow a real organ. The fetus is pulsating, but it is not possible to speak of a heart muscle. There may be exceptions in the case of health emergencies but not in the case of unwanted motherhood due to rape and incest. But one of the most dangerous points of this law is that it allows citizens, if they have no connection with women who violate the law to abort them after weeks, to sue anyone who helps them to do so. Therefore not only the doctor who practices the abortion but anyone who helps patients to do it, including those who accompany them to the clinic or pay the medical bills. One way to open the doors to the many pro-life associations that take risks to irreparably damage the right to abortion. “Our creator has given us the right to life and children lose theirs every year for the termination of pregnancy” had declared Greg Abbott explaining the reasons that led him to propose the law that marks the beginning of a dangerous ascent. towards the denial of the right to abortion.
Where does what is generally called “evil” come from? Often it comes from not believing in the goodness of those around us or believing that we are abusing the freedom of others.
Believing in the state also means believing in the environment made up of the people around us, which is equivalent to a religion.
On the other hand, when freedom is abused on other people and therefore on the laws of the state, it is equivalent to believing that you are gods or seeds of gods.
The timeless Duran Duran manage to release a new single (released on August 31, 2021).
The sound is always the unmistakable one that breaks …
Come celebrate this union
Come holy and unchained
How do you know, stay or go?
Keep riding on the train
What does it take beneath the skin
To keep from letting go?
Some moments burned into the storm
And some you’ll never know
Across the world, on radio
For anyone to hear
We are the song, so bring it on
Once more be close and clear
Celebrate with silver organ bow
Celebrate with paper, gold, and stone
It may not seem like much
It may not seem like much at all
It may not seem like much
But it’s everything to us
It’s our time (Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo)
You’re so fine (Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo)
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