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LifeNews: Denmark Wants Total Elimination of People With Down Syndrome, Aborts 98% of Babies

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Denmark is on its way to matching Iceland's 100-percent abortion rate for unborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome.

In 2014, the Danish government reported 98 percent of unborn babies who tested positive for Down syndrome were aborted.

And cultural attitudes toward children with disabilities are not getting any better in western culture. As The Federalist’s Georgi Boorman pointed out, Denmark is working to become "Down syndrome free" within the next decade.

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