Just over 70 years ago the world went to war, claiming it did so to save the people of Poland. 39 years ago, the US supreme court passed Roe v. Wade, a single piece of legislation which has already killed more Americans than the total current population of Poland and of the Czech Republic combined.
The death toll from Roe -v- Wade has far exceeded the slaughter which resulted from two and a half centuries of Tatar and Mongol invasions, and may even have caused as great a loss of life as the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918. It is more than double the battlefield casualties of World war I and, by some estimates it is now equal to casualties of World war II. Indeed if you include in the equation the victims of similar legislation, motivated by similar liberal principles, in the western nations who fought in world war two the death toll from both of those great conflicts, which tore the 20th Century apart, have been well exceeded.
In Britain alone we kill numbers greater than the total population of a city the size of Swindon every year, and have done each year since 1967.
And yet it goes on, industrial level legal genocide, sanctioned and approved by the governments we elect into power
We cannot be forgiven carnage of such magnitude, we will not be forgiven.