Published On: Thu, Nov 15th, 2012

UK battling over mortality statistics to hide 25% all deaths in Britain tied to abortion

Lifenews  posted a blog titled ‘27% of all human deaths in England and Wales are due to abortion’.

The Guardian, a UK website, countered with this article titled ‘Mortality statistics: every cause of death in England and Wales, visualised’ which claimed to give ‘a full listing of “all” deaths in England and Wales in 2010.

They used the graphic above left to illustrate it with the largest circles representing the 158,084 deaths from circulatory diseases, 141,446 from cancers and neoplasms and 67,276 from respiratory diseases. (see below)

Lifenews pointed out that it did not include the 189,574 induced abortions that took place in England and Wales that year and that, if one reworked the figures, these actually constituted 27% of all deaths – over one in four.

Mark Whalley contacted Lifenews with a reworked graphic to include abortions and posted it on his own website.


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