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Shocking Video Exposes Feminist Abortion Group Sexually Molesting, Spitting on Catholic Church Members

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    Still from a video showing a feminist pro-abortion group attack on a Catholic church in San Juan, Argentina, on Nov. 24, 2013.
December 12, 2013|10:29 am

A shocking video of an Argentinian feminist pro-abortion group is generating controversy on the Internet, as it reveals half-naked women sexually molesting, spitting on, spray painting and wrapping their underwear around the faces of Catholic men standing together in prayer. They are also seen burning an effigy of Pope Francis.

"The points to emphasize are the hate of radical feminists to the Catholic Church (they burnt an image of Pope Francis, for example) and how authoritarian they are, anything but democratic," Martín Patrito of pro-life group Argentinos Alerta told The Christian Post in an email on Wednesday.

The incident reportedly occurred on Nov. 24 in San Juan, Argentina, where a feminist group was attending a women's empowerment conference called National Women's Encounter. Following the event, they began protesting in favor of abortion rights in front of the city's Catholic cathedral. In the largely Catholic Latin American country, abortion is prohibited, with the exception of cases where the mother's life is in danger, or if the pregnancy is a result of rape or incest.

According to Argentinos Alerta, the feminist group began chanting provocative slogans, such as "to the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church, who wants to get between our sheets, we say that we want to be whores, travesties and lesbians. Legal abortion in every hospital."

Members and volunteers from the church came out to protect the bell tower of the cathedral as the feminist group attempted to spray paint graffiti on church property, but the Catholic members were then reportedly confronted by the protesters.

A heavily graphic video shows the half-naked feminists approaching the group protecting the church, then engaging in simulated sexual acts, fondling the men, spray painting their bodies and faces with swastikas, using markers to paint their faces with Hitler-like mustaches, spitting at them, and wrapping their underwear around their necks.

Later, the feminists burned an effigy of Pope Francis, who was formerly the head of the church in Argentina's capital city of Buenos Aires. The Vatican leader supported the rights of unborn children, speaking out against abortion in his first major written work last month.

"[The] defense of unborn life is closely linked to the defense of each and every other human right. It involves the conviction that a human being is always sacred and inviolable, in any situation and at every stage of development. Human beings are ends in themselves and never a means of resolving other problems," Francis wrote in his 50,000-word "apostolic exhortation."

While the men were being abused, however, they reportedly did not retaliate in any way, but continued standing their ground and praying together in front of the church. The video shows a number of them trying to hold back tears while the feminists mock and laugh in their faces.

According to statements reportedly made to the media, police officers said they were unable to intervene because the protesters "are women."

"The international silence over the women's outrageous conduct, captured on video and therefore undeniable, is as deafening as the protests that should have sparked a response. There is simply no excuse for what these women did and there is no way to condone it," USNews.com wrote in an article on the incident last week.

"Had the demonstrators been, for example, a group of neo-Nazis making a frontal assault on a black church anywhere in the world it would have generated global headlines as the leaders of governments around the world condemned the hate it represented. But because it involved a group of women protesting over abortion, few if any outside the Catholic Church have had the courage to comment."

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