Abortion Activists Desecrate Christ of the Ozarks Statue in Eureka Springs

The pro-abortion group Indecline reportedly took credit for placing a banner that read “God Bless Abortions” on the Christ of the Ozarks monument in Eureka Springs. || Photo Credit: KNWA and LifeNews.com

Early Friday morning abortion activists hung a banner reading “God Bless Abortions” across the Christ of the Ozarks statue in Eureka Springs, according to KNWA FOX 24 and LifeNews.com.

Christ of the Ozarks is an iconic, 67 foot tall statue on Magnetic Mountain. It has been a popular landmark in Arkansas since 1966.

The pro-abortion group Indecline reportedly took credit for hanging the banner on the monument.

Life News reports,

The abortion activists [Indecline] appear to be part of an antifa, or anti-fascist, group that works anonymously to vandalize property and create shock art to make political statements about abortion and other issues. The group describes itself as an activist art collective.

On its website, it sells a T-shirt for babies that reads, “God bless abortions.” Another T-shirt reads “Shoot cops” next to the image of a camera.

In March, the group also took credit for vandalizing a Byhalia, Mississippi billboard purchased by Christian Aid Ministries. The message read, “Worried? Jesus offers security,” along with a phone number for the ministry. The pro-abortion group spray-painted over the billboard, changing the message to say, “Worried? Planned Parenthood offers abortions.”

It’s worth noting that Arkansas is the most pro-life state in America, according to Americans United for Life.

Public opinion polling shows most Arkansans think abortion should be either completely illegal or legal only under certain circumstances.

Abortion in Arkansas remains near historic lows.

And the Arkansas Legislature passed more pro-life legislation this year than ever before.

It’s unfortunate that a small group of activists decided to make a pro-abortion statement using Christ of the Ozarks. However, across the board Arkansans are winning the fight to end abortion in our state.

Conway Gets Arkansas’ Fifth Safe Haven Baby Box

On Wednesday pro-lifers in Conway unveiled Arkansas’ fifth Safe Haven Baby Box. The box is located at Central Fire Station #1.

Arkansas’ Safe Haven Act of 2001 lets a woman surrender her newborn baby to law enforcement, medical personnel, and first responders. The law gives women an option besides abortion.

Similar laws are on the books in all 50 states.

Safe Haven Baby Boxes installed at fire stations let women surrender an infant safely and anonymously using a specialized, hospital-grade bassinet designed to keep the baby secure while notifying the first responders inside the fire station that the baby is there.

There are currently 75 Safe Haven Baby Boxes in operation nationwide — including five in Arkansas.

Since June of 2019, Arkansas Right to Life has promoted Arkansas’ Safe Haven Act and the Safe Haven Baby Boxes through a billboard campaign.

So far, billboards have been placed in 21 counties. Arkansas Right to Life’s goal is to place billboards in all 75 counties in the state.

Arkansas Right to Life reports that future Safe Haven Baby Boxes are planned for Maumelle, Fort Smith, El Dorado, and Rogers.

Safe Haven Baby Boxes are amazing pieces of pro-life technology. It’s good to see communities like Conway continue to make them available to Arkansans.

Louisiana Passes Abortion Pill Reversal Law Similar to Arkansas’

Recently pro-lifers in Louisiana passed a law addressing abortion pill reversal in their state.

The law is similar to legislation that Arkansas passed in 2015 and 2019, and it is slated to take effect in Louisiana on August 1.

The RU-486 chemical abortion regimen uses two pills to poison and expel the unborn child. Research indicates that if a woman takes the hormone progesterone after receiving the first RU-486 pill, the progesterone can counteract the abortion drug and save the baby’s life.

A 2018 study concluded that chemical abortions could be reversed 64% – 68% of the time using this method — with no apparent risk of birth defects.

This process has been used to save the lives of hundreds of unborn babies whose mothers regretted their abortions after taking the abortion pill.

In 2015 Arkansas passed an informed-consent law requiring abortion clinics to tell women that chemical abortion can be reversed, but that time is of the essence. Act 522 of 2019 improved upon this good provision in state law.

Louisiana’s new pro-life law is very similar to the legislation that Arkansas enacted in 2015 and 2019. Just like Arkansas’ laws, it requires abortionists to give women information about abortion pill reversal.

This is another example of states continuing to fight abortion through good, pro-life legislation.