Este primul președinte american care participă la acest marș, ajuns la ediția a 45-a. Este primul președinte american care asumă fiecare declarație făcută cu această ocazie. Este celebrarea vieții, începînd chiar de la concepție. Este un îndemn să privim orice viață, chiar apărută din ceea ce îndeobște se numește ”greșeală”, cu înțelegere, dragoste și sprijin. Există foarte rar greșeli în asemenea situații. Nu poți spune că te-ai îmbătat la o petrecere, s-a întîmplat, ai rămas gravidă și acum obligi alt membru alt societății, medicul, să comită o crimă în numele tău. E simplu, nu mai bei peste măsură. E numai un exemplu. Viața în general e simplă dacă nu o complici inutil și uneori, ca în asemenea situații, criminal.
Există adopție. Nu poți, nu ești în stare să ai grijă de un copil, sînt atît de multe familii care pot să-i ofere tot ce are nevoie. Poți să nu mai știi de el niciodată, el va fi bine și tu nu vei purta povara unei crime, unui suflet căruia nu i-ai permis să trăiască.
În România, avortul a fost declarat legal din primele zile ale anului 1990. Nu pentru că societatea comunistă avea grijă de viață fusese interzis în 1966, ci pentru că societatea aceea voia copii pentru ea. Pentru conducătorii ei, mai precis. Cu cît mai mulți copii crescuți în orfelinate, cu atît mai mulți soldați credincioși partidului-mamă și tată. În nici una din celelalte țări foste comuniste avortul nu a fost interzis. De atunci, din 1990, România a pierdut încă o dată populația acestei țări, prin avort. Cînd ne plîngem de depopulare din diverse motive, poate ar trebui să ne gîndim și la acest aspect.
Cît despre Statele Unite, să ne aducem aminte, cu această ocazie, de candidata democrată și una din ideile susținute de ea, avortul aproape de termen. De termenul de naștere. De crima cu sînge rece. Și să revenim la președintele ales de americani, cel care a vorbit la Marșul pentru viață. Poate înțelegem de ce el a fost alesul în scrutinul de la finele anului 2016.
În finalul articolului, înregistrarea video a discursului.
Donald Trump, tată a cincic copii și președintele Statelor Unite ale Americii:
”Thank you very much, that’s so nice. Sit, please.
We have tens of thousands of people watching this right down the road, tens of thousands. So, I congratulate you, and at least we picked a beautiful day, you can’t get a more beautiful day. I want to thank our Vice President Mike Pence for that wonderful introduction. I also want to thank you and Karen for being true champions for life. Thank you, and thank Karen.
Today I’m honored and really proud to be the first president to stand with you here at the White House to address the 45th March for Life, that’s very very special, 45th March for Life, and this is a truly remarkable group. Today tens of thousands of families, students, and patriots, and really just great citizens gather here in our nations Capitol. You come from many backgrounds, and many places, but you all come for one beautiful cause, to build a society where life is celebrated and protected and cherished.
The March for Life is a movement born out of love: you love your families; you love your neighbors; you love our nation; and you love every child born and unborn, because you believe that every life is sacred, that every child is a precious gift from God.
We know that life is the greatest miracle of all. We see it in the eyes of every new mother who cradles that wonderful, innocent, and glorious-newborn child in her loving arms. I want to thank every person here today and all across our country who works with such big hearts and tireless devotion to make sure that parents have the caring support they need to choose life.
Because of you, tens of thousands of Americans have been born and reached their full God-given potential, because of you. You’re living witnesses of this year’s March for life theme, and that theme is, ‘Love Saves Lives.’
As you all know Roe versus Wade has resulted in some of the most permissive abortion laws anywhere in the world. For example, in the United States, it’s one of only seven countries to allow elective late-term abortions along with China North Korea and others. Right now, in a number of States, the laws allow a baby to be born [sic, aborted] from his or her mother’s womb in the ninth month.
It is wrong. It has to change.
Americans are more and more pro-life. You see that all the time. In fact, only 12% of Americans support abortion on demand at any time.
Under my administration, we will always defend the very first right in the Declaration of Independence, and that is the ‘right to life.’
Tomorrow will mark exactly one year since I took the oath of office. And I will say our country is doing really well. Our economy is perhaps the best it’s ever been. You look at the job numbers, the companies pouring back into our country, look at the stock market at an all-time high, unemployment at a 17-year low, unemployment for African workers at the lowest mark in the history of our country, unemployment for Hispanic at a record-low in history, unemployment for women, think of this, at an 18-year low.
We’re really proud of what we’re doing.
And during my first week in office, I reinstated a policy first put in place by Pres. Ronald Reagan, the Mexico City Policy.
I strongly supported the House of Representatives’ pain-capable bill, which would end painful late-term abortions nationwide. And I call upon the Senate to pass this important law and send it to my desk for signing.
On the National Day of Prayer, I signed an executive order to protect religious liberty. [I’m] very proud of that. Today, I’m announcing that we’ve just issued a new proposal to protect conscience rights and religious freedoms of doctors, nurses, and other medical professions. So important.
I have also just reversed the previous administration’s policy that restricted state efforts to direct Medicaid funding away from abortion facilities that violate the law.
We are protecting the sanctity of life and the family as the foundation of our society. But this movement can only succeed with the heart and the soul and the prayer of the people.
Here with us today is Marianne Donadio from Greensboro North Carolina. Where is Marianne? Hello, come on up here Marianne. Come. Nice to see you, by the way.
Marianne was 17 when she found out that she was pregnant. At first, she felt like she had no place to turn. But when she told her parents they responded with total love, total affection, total support. Great parents? Great? [Trump asked Marianne. She responded in the affirmative] I thought you were going to say that. I had to be careful.
Marianne bravely chose life and soon gave birth to her son. She named him Benedict which means blessing. Marianne was so grateful for her parents love and support that she felt called to serve those who were not as fortunate as her. She joined with others in her community to start a maternity home to care for homeless women who were pregnant. That’s great. They named it ‘Room at the Inn.’ Today, Marianne and her husband Don are the parents of six beautiful children. And her eldest son Benedict and her daughter Maria join us here today. Where are they? Come on over. That’s great.
Over the last 15 years, Room at the Inn has provided housing, childcare, counseling, education, and job-training to more than 400 women. Even more importantly, it has given them hope. It has shown each woman she is not forgotten, that she is not alone, and that she really now has a whole family of people who will help her succeed.
„And most importantly of all, it is the gift of life itself – that is why we March, that is why we pray, and that is why we declare that America’s future will be filled with goodness, peace, joy, dignity, and life for every child of God.”
That hope is the true gift of this incredible movement that brings us together today.
It is the gift of friendship, the gift of mentorship, and the gift of encouragement, love, and support. Those are beautiful words and those are beautiful gifts.
And most importantly of all, it is the gift of life itself – that is why we March, that is why we pray, and that is why we declare that America’s future will be filled with goodness, peace, joy, dignity, and life for every child of God.
Thank you to the March for life, special, special people. And we are with you all the way. May God bless you and may God bless America. Thank you. Thank you.”