‘GOD BLESS ABORTIONS’ banner hung on Christ of the Ozarks statue in Arkansas by activist artwork group

Indecline, a two-ten years-previous activist art collective, hung a 44-foot banner that reads “GOD BLESS…

Indecline, a two-ten years-previous activist art collective, hung a 44-foot banner that reads “GOD BLESS ABORTIONS” on a massive monument of Jesus in northwestern Arkansas Thursday night time. 

“The job, entitled ‘God Bless Abortions,’ is in direct reaction to the remarkable tries getting made in Arkansas and throughout the South, to ban abortion services to gals in have to have,” the art collective explained Friday. 

An activist artwork group identified as Indecline hung this banner at the Christ of the Ozarks statue in Eureka Springs, Arkansas on Thursday evening. 
(Indecline)

The banner was draped in between the outstretched arms of the 67-foot Christ of the Ozarks statue in Eureka Springs on Thursday evening. 

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Members of Indecline disguised by themselves as a building crew to sneak onto the property, then made use of pulleys and other climbing gear to dangle the banner. 

“In Arkansas, there is only one particular 65-foot statue of Jesus. There is also only a single abortion clinic,” Indecline wrote in an Instagram caption explaining the venture. “We just imagine abortion is a go***** miracle worth celebrating. It will save lives, but all those lives are ordinarily woman.”

The group disguised themselves as construction workers to sneak onto the property. 

The team disguised by themselves as building employees to sneak on to the house. 
(Indecline)

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Originally built in 1966, the Christ of the Ozarks statue weighs 2 million lbs and is built of 24 layers of white mortar, in accordance to The Wonderful Passion Enjoy, which is executed close by.

This is not the group’s initial venture encompassing abortion. In March, they vandalized a Christian billboard in Missippi to read, “Worried? Prepared Parenthood provides abortions,” rather of, “Nervous? Jesus provides protection.”

A public data officer for the Eureka Springs Law enforcement Section could not be reached Friday.