I March for My Four Siblings

By | March 14, 2024

[March 14, 2024]  In a haunting and chilling street interview, an unidentified woman tells a reporter that she is marching in a Pro-Life protest against abortion.  She says, “I march for my four siblings because there is no grave.”  Link to the video here, a short 29 seconds.1

As regular readers of my blog know, I strongly oppose abortion.  I’m not radical about it because you won’t see me use violence like so many pro-abortionists regularly do in broad daylight.  My opinions are expressed in print on this blog, and I also talk about my stance whenever I’m asked.

This woman’s words chilled me to the bone.  I’d never heard anyone say such a terrible thing.  She continues.

“There’s nowhere to lay flowers.  They have no names.  There are no birthdates.  And there are no death dates.  So, they didn’t have a voice.”

The idea that someone would voluntarily abort a child and be cheered by the radical left and Christians for doing so is mind-boggling.  Death of a human has always been more than tragic, it is immoral.  We don’t have to argue about the beginning of life because we know that life begins at conception.  Despite those who deny it, they know deep down they are spouting political propaganda in their denial.  She tells us of her parents.

“When I was in my early twenties, my dad, he revealed that he’d had two girlfriends who’d had abortions before he met my mom.  So we had this conversation around pro-life and like abortion and all these things.  He told me my mother had aborted the baby that came before me.  She wasn’t ready.”

And, this woman goes on.  She is here today because she was conveniently timed for her mother.

“And then I think about 3 to 6 months after I’d been born, she got pregnant again, and she didn’t want to go through pregnancy a second time.  She just didn’t care for it.  It really changed my perspective because I was raised pro-choice, pro-abortion, and I thought about the arguments.  I was like, I don’t think I can stand for this anymore.  I can’t do this.  I thought about the reasons that they gave, you know.  ‘It’s your mother’s choice,’ and ‘I didn’t want to go through this,’ and ‘I didn’t feel like this.’  The more I thought, well, the reason why I was had is more that I was the more conveniently timed one.”

And the finale:

“Over time, I became very pro-life, but I march for my four siblings.”

I still believe that abortion is a sign of an immature culture that reveals its lack of immorality and flaunts it.  As well, the greatest Civil Rights issue of the 21st century is protecting unborn children from death.


  1. Filmed at the National Pro-Life March in Washington, D.C. I believe the march was held on January 19, 2024.  This video has more than 1.398 million views as of today.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE5oS2-9U40


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Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

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16 thoughts on “I March for My Four Siblings

    1. American Girl

      Yes, indeed. “Abortion denies the beauty of a baby and its value. It denies the respect and admiration we give a pregnant woman. Abortion is a practice that dehumanizes us because it runs counter to everything we stand for, and it is built upon a lie. Babies are our future. They are what makes us human. We are lost if we decide that we are more important than babies. Babies personify beauty and they are us.” so wrote Gen. Doug Satterfield back in November of 2022 and his comment is as valid then as now.

      1. Eddie Gilliam

        American Girl
        You are so right. Kids are a gift from God to us. I think God for a strong mom that didn’t abort me when told by my grandfather if she didn’t she be kicked out of the house. She was kicked out no place to go with me but God stepped in made it possible for us to get favor with neighbor to stay with them

  1. Liz at Home

    Gen. Satterfield sure knows how to stir up the leftists. 😎😎😎😎😎

  2. Desert Cactus

    “Abortion Abolitionists” https://www.theleadermaker.com/abortion-abolitionists/
    Great article pointing out that there are good, moral folks out there fighting the good fight.
    “Hunter believes that abortion, like slavery, is all about dehumanization and destruction. Again, he is comparing the slavery abolitionist movement to the abortion abolitionist movement. He asks a question, so what do people say to justify abortion? His answer, they say the unborn are not a person. The parallels should be obvious. And this is why he is an abolitionist.” — Gen. Doug Satterfield

    1. Melo in Chicgo

      Nailed it, Desert Cactus. There are a host of articles in this blog that lays out the argument that all abortion is evil and should be avoided. Is passing laws against it the answer, no, not the entire answer.

  3. Under the Bridge

    Thank you, Gen. Satterfield for another sane article on the horror of abortion. This young lady found out too late and is experiencing the horrorible trauma of her parents decisions.

  4. Max Foster

    An example of someone finally waking up to the realities of abortion on demand. Or, as I always say, all abortion is bad. Gen. Satterfield has it right, this is the civil rights movement cause of the 21st century AND beyond in our schools, businesses, and politics. I don’t know the answer, but the lies of the leftist ideology that babies in the womb are just cells is wrong and the lies should be called out publically.

    1. Pink Cloud

      I agree but the propaganda that babies are not human is an EVIL is great magnitude that should be struck down with great prejudice.

      1. Lizzy from Utah

        Pink Cloud, you have that right. As long as we have pandering politicians unwilling to stand up to the abortion lobby in Planned Parenthood (a misnomer), we will continue to go down the path of least resistance and away from all that is moral.

      2. Bernie

        Great comments here. You don’t have to be a sycophant of abortion to acknowledge that abortion kills.

          1. Dead Pool Guy

            he he he he he he ………. we need to stop the pro-abortion propaganda. The question is HOW?

    1. Doug Smith

      Julia, you and I think alike on this topic. The crazies are running the asylum in the Biden White House and Biden himself is pro infantcide.


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