These are sad days in England as the Brits lose their minds.

Traditionally America’s greatest ally (after a rough start), England is butchering freedom like few other countries in the West.

The British attacks on freedom of speech (which are hard to fathom) are at an all time high as they silence their own people. Britain has targeted 40 Days for Life vigils with buffer zones, which have always been unanimously rejected by the Supreme Court in America (including by Ruth Bader Ginsburg).

Now, England is taking it to a new level by preventing even mentioning the issue of abortion–for or against–in newly implemented buffer zones. This is a blatant attack on freedom of speech from a nation that helped spread it around the world.

This year, the BBC, the Independent, HuffPost, and the Manchester Evening News are cheerleading abortion industry efforts to enact “no-protest zones” that would ban 40 Days for Life vigils.

Why is the British media falsely accusing peaceful prayer volunteers of intimidation and harassment?

As I shared in a recent vlog, the abortion industry will go after anyone who accepts the scientific reality that life begins at conception–even if you’re the judicial version of Mother Teresa at a Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

If 40 Days for Life participants were routinely harassing abortion clients, there would be photographic and video evidence. Instead, the British media’s articles are accompanied by photos of vigil participants calmly standing–or even sitting in lawn chairs–and praying quietly.

But those simple prayers save lives and remind even a thoroughly secular country like the UK that life is precious…and that makes the abortion industry nervous.