Feminist Protesters Perform Graphic Mock Abortion on the “Virgin Mary” Murdering “Baby Jesus”

WARNING: this post contains a graphic and disturbing image that many will find offensive. It also contains NSFW video of Feminist protesters.

Liberals grow more aggressive and more perverted with their protests each passing day. Whether it’s LGBTQ activists marching naked and being lewd in public,  college students abusing conservatives, rioters attacking police, or feminists spitting their venom at anyone who doesn’t agree with, the protests seem to be growing ever more terrifying with each new demonstration.

The latest example that our world is going to hell in a hand basket came from one such protest that took place outside of a Catholic Cathedral in Tucuman, Argentina.

Feminists in pink masks pretended to commit an abortion on a woman dressed as the Virgin Mary outside a northern Argentina cathedral as part of an International Women’s Day protest last week.

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A photo of the protest shows what looks like blood and body parts gushing from between the Virgin Mary’s legs, facilitated by the pink mask-wearing feminists. The woman dressed as the Virgin Mary holds a fist in the air. She appears to be smiling and wearing a rosary around her neck. 

Mock Virgin Mary Abortion of Jesus. From Twitter.
Mock Virgin Mary Abortion of Jesus. From Twitter.

Many Christian and pro-life advocates are speaking out against the disgusting and blasphemous display.

Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life: “This grotesque and blasphemous act represents what every abortion actually is, and those who are upset by it should be equally upset by each and every abortion that occurs. As Pope St. John Paul the Second wrote in Evangelium Vitae, every attack on a human life is an attack on God and every rejection of a human life is a rejection of Christ himself… This act also shows what is at the foundation of the hard-core pro-abortion peopleThey hate the church, and they literally want to abort Jesus off the face of the earth in every manifestation of his presence today.”

Jeanne Mancini, President of March for Life: “This scenario serves to remind us that we have our work cut out for us. It is symbolic of the painful confusion in our culture regarding the inherent dignity and vocation of woman. In particular, it shows a deep misunderstanding and lack of appreciation that a woman’s capacity for motherhood is a beautiful gift to be treasured, not a liability and not a right either. Thankfully Mary, mother of Jesus, was courageous despite her difficult circumstance and said yes to motherhood and the miracle of life.”

This protest came on the same day that a pro-life, Catholic man was viciously attacked while protecting a Cathedral in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Women who participated in an International Women’s Day march in historic heart of Buenos Aires covered the national museum with graffiti, attempted to set the Metropolitan Cathedral afire, and viciously attacked a lone man who bravely tried to defend the cathedral.

Startling video footage shows the man standing in front of the cathedral, quietly holding a Vatican City flag. He is approached by a masked women who attempts to take the flag from his hands. After that another woman lunges at him and tries to punch him in the head.

After that, hordes of women surround him, punching him, pulling his hair, and shoving him away from the cathedral.

Feminists Attack CathedralThe protests are reminiscent of a feminist attack on another Cathedral in Argentina back in 2013.

A group of feminists protesting outside of a Cathedral grew aggressive and violent and began attacking a group of men who stood arm in arm protecting the building. The men stood silently praying as the women cursed them, spit at them, and yes, even hit them… but the men did not move and the Cathedral was kept safe.

Men in Argentina are being forced to get used to such behavior, as they withstood similar attacks outside of a Buenos Aires, Cathedral in 2012.

And then it happened again in 2015.



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