When someone would say that more human beings died from abortion than any other cause of death in 2018, you would say they don't know what they are talking about, but the truth is, this is exactly what is happening in this gloomy world of ours.
Statistics have reported about a heartbreaking reminder compiled by Worldometers, and they indicate that there were somewhere around 42 million abortions in the world last year.
This site collects data from governments and other organizations that are in charge of this kind of stuff and then report the data for the regular viewer to see.
Breitbart had put other causes of death like cancer, HIV/AIDS, traffic accidents and suicide against the number of deaths caused by abortions and found out it outnumbers them all by a landslide.
To put some of this in number things would look like this: 8.2 million people died from cancer, 5 million from smoking, and 1,7 million died of HIV/AIDS compared to 41.9 million abortions this number is staggering.
Globally, under a quarter of pregnancies (23 percent) were ended by abortion in 2018, and for every ten infants that were aborted, 33 lived.
Worldometers estimates about 60 million deaths in 2018, but this does not include unborn babies abortion deaths. They are simply put, not recognized as human beings even after biology indicating that they are indeed very unique, from the moment of conception to the moment of their gruesome, violent deaths.
In America, just short of 1 million babies are aborted every year, but these numbers are reportedly falling in the past decade, but are still the main cause of death in the USA.
There were over 60 million unborn babies put for abortion in America since Roe v. Wade in 1973.
In January, people that are behind this pro-life movement will gather for the annual March of Life in Washington, to remember the anniversary of the first decision that plunged the world in this direction, and call for the law to restore protection to these unborn little ones.