Rebecca Hagelin

Tiffany’s.

Even the name sounds beautiful. America’s most elegant jeweler is synonymous with engagements, weddings, births, and anniversaries. Its stunning diamonds, jewelry, and silver mementos become enduring gifts to celebrate life’s most important occasions. The problem for most Americans, of course, is that Tiffany’s is way over-priced.

And now there’s another moral reason to avoid them: Tiffany’s has blood on its hands. Baby blood. The blood from some 350,000 abortions each year performed by Planned Parenthood on preborn American babies. As one of Planned Parenthood’s high-profile corporate sponsors, Tiffany’s helps underwrite the killing of pre-born babies.

I never would have guessed. I love the artful windows at Tiffany’s. Who knew that behind the beauty is a deadly, ugly secret? Who would have suspected that along with every purchase by young couples in love, or by husbands honoring their wives on anniversaries, that a portion of the money they hand over goes to fund the largest death mill in America? The sparkly trinkets Tiffany’s sells are a stark contrast to the ugly, death-dealing business of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood is not about “parenthood” at all---it’s an abortion business that generates nearly a billion dollars in income a year, with over a third of it coming directly from abortions.

The term “blood diamonds” now has a new meaning, thanks to Tiffany’s.

It’s a number that Planned Parenthood is absolutely driven to grow.

Like any other business, Planned Parenthood’s sales (in this case, abortions) depend on getting new “prospects” into the sales pipeline. How? By marginalizing parents’ influence, for one, and then reaching teens directly, through the Internet, schools, and entertainment media.


Rebecca Hagelin

Rebecca Hagelin is a public speaker on the family and culture and the author of the new best seller, 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family.
 
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