Hello, my name is Donald Andre Bruneau. I coined the term “Aborterrorism.” Abortion is the worst form of “terrorism” as it occurs daily, hourly, in what should be the safest place in the world – the womb of a woman. Instead, it is now the MOST DANGEROUS PLACE to be on earth to be, especially here in Canada. My hope is that this website will accomplish the following:
1) To Save: The purpose of Aborterorism.ca is to save the unborn child, a human being within the womb of a woman, from the terror and death of abortion.
2) Inform and Expose:To inform and expose to pregnant women the trauma and terror they will personally experience a) physically, b) psychologically, and c) spiritually if they choose to murder the unborn child in their womb. As Linda Gibbons, a well-known pro-life advocate, once wrote to me: “Expose! Expose! Expose!” My reply to Linda is: “Thanks Linda for saying that. All of us in the Pro-life movement need to be conscious of those words.
3) Forgiveness: To inform women who have already aborted an unborn child, that God will forgive them if they repent and reach out for His mercy and love, found in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.
4) Advocate: Aborterrorism is an advocate for the “Culture of Life”, for the human being created in the image and likeness of God, from the moment of conception to it’s natural death.
Mommy, please let me live!
POEM BY DONALD ANDRE BRUNEAU
Mommy, please let me live! You have lived for years outside your mother’s womb.
You have enjoyed life’s pleasures. One of them in a single precious moment made me. However, I’ve not yet been outside to see.
Like you, I wish to live, to live outside your womb However, I’ve not yet been outside to see.
Like you, I wish to live, to live outside your womb. Like you, I wish to taste and feel, also see the light.
Mommy, like you I wish to walk, cry, laugh and talk. To live my life and live it fully.
Right now I know, even though I can’t see, I hear and those words I fear! Cause you want to destroy, take me out of here!
You see, I’m not just some thing, some thing you’d hate to have, to see. I’m fully human, even though only a while ago, I started becoming, me.
From the moment of that night, that night you and him conceived me, that man, I’d like to see him also, call him ‘daddy’. T’was in that special moment I became me.
They have been telling you It’s your choice, your life. Besides, they also say: “What’s in you is not a person. It’s only a blob, nothing human”.
Looking back, now I know. Since that special creative moment, I really began to be, to be me, a somebody! Yes, I’m human, say it please!
Mommy, now within you I’m better formed. If only you could see! I’m me, full of life, a body, hands and feet So sweet!
If for whatever reason, you don’t want me, Don’t want me in your life, then let me live! There’s a living, loving option, called adoption.
Mommy, please, please, let me live, Say ‘Yes’ to the life within you.
Your child, your best friend and your joy I’ll forever and gratefully be, for all Eternity!
I will give thanks unto Thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: Wonderful are Thy works; And that my soul knoweth right well. (Psalm 139:14)
This poem, “Mommy, please let me live!” is dedicated to all those millions of defenseless, innocent babies who never made it alive out of their mother’s womb, in this ‘Culture of Death’.
It is also written to honor all those ‘pro-lifers’ who have and are today fighting so valiantly, so tirelessly to defend the most vulnerable, the unborn.
Last, but not least, it is to honor those mothers-to-be now pregnant with life, who have the courage and the love necessary to accept and let that human life within them see the light of day and live their life to the full.
The basic trust of this poem is an urgent request by a ‘new life’ within the womb of a woman, to allow it to live, to be born, not aborted, and live out its life fully.
It does not address the serious moral issues and consequences of sex outside of the boundaries of Holy Matrimony. The author is fully conscious of the fact, that sadly, we live in an age of great sexual promiscuity, thus providing fertile grounds for a contraception mentality and millions of abortions.
If the reader has already had an abortion, she can find forgiveness, healing and peace of mind by turning towards the love, mercy and forgiveness offered to her through Jesus Christ, son of God:
In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace. (Ephesians 1:7)