Conservative M.P. Anne Widdecombe wrote in the Daily Express yesterday that the U.K. is “a eugenicist society and [we] cannot fool ourselves otherwise.”
Eugenics is absolutely central to the very definition of Nazism and the Nazi mentality.
Abortion, contraception, euthanasia, sterilisation ……. all central to the old Nazism.
Support Heidi Crowter and make a stand against the New Nazism.
Another high-profile case generated by the U.K.’s version of the Nazi Aktion T4 euthanasia programme:
King’s College Hospital in London allegedly cause Isaiah Haalstup to suffer brain damage through clinical negligence.
The hospital authorities want to euthanize him.
Isaiah’s mam says “I see a child who is injured. He needs love. He needs care. I have it. I can give it ………… I don’t think it is right to say who should live or who should die. If God wants to take the person, He will.”
The judge says ‘kill him’.
Perhaps the most despicable and monstrous aspect of Neo-Nazi ideology is alive and well, and thriving, in modern Britain.
Modern Britain considers disabled people to be Untermenschen – subhumans.
On 30th November, 2017, the Legislative Initiative Committee ‘Stop Abortion’ submitted to the Marshal of the Sejm a draft amendment to Poland’s abortion law. The initiative was supported by a record high number of Poles – as many as 830 thousand people signed their names calling for a change in the law! That equates to approximately 1.4 million people in Britain. The Speaker of the Sejm now has to set the date of the first parliamentary reading within 3 months.
The amendment proposed by the Life and Family Foundation contains a slight change in the wording of the Act, but which will enormous consequences in practice. By deleting from the current abortion law the reason of genetic malformation, i.e. a provision permitting the killing of a child because of suspicion of disability or other genetic condition, it will prevent the vast majority of children being killed. Eugenic reasons for abortion account for 95% of all abortions in Poland. When it comes to numbers, the increase is visible from year to year. In 2015, 1,000 out of the 1044 so-called ‘legal’ abortions were due tio perceived birth defects. And in 2016, genetic defect accounted for 1042 out of 1098 so-called ‘legal’ abortions.
It is also a practice of particular cruelty, because abortion due to a genetic defect is performed at an advanced stage of pregnancy (5-6 months). Another monstrous reality in Polish hospitals is live birth abortion, after which children are left to certain death without any medical help, because the aborters are protected by law. In this way, people with disabilities are still murdered in Polish hospitals with impunity and under protection of the so-called law.
Thank you Sally Phillips. What a wonderful documentary (http://bbc.in/2cTj02D). Profound; moving; informative; important.
Now Sally Phillips has put the issue of cfDNA screening and unbalanced information being provided to parents with Down’s syndrome diagnosis on the national agenda, it’s time for action that puts this firmly on the political agenda.
1/ If you haven’t already, visit our website (www.dontscreenusout.org) and take 2 minutes using our ’email your MP’ function to ask your MP to take action on this issue.
2/ Let your friends and family know about the documentary (http://bbc.in/2cTj02D), this issue and encourage them to write to their MPs.
3/ Visit your MP in person and ask them to take action on the issue. Make sure to go in prepared with some key points (check out our campaign briefing here:http://dontscreenusout.org/campaign-briefing/). For details on how to go about visiting your MP, see here: http://www.parliament.uk/get-involved/contact-your-mp/
4/ Come to our event at Parliament next Tuesday evening and ask your MP to come along too. We will have full information on our event here on Facebook tomorrow.
“This is the 10th All Ireland Rally for life and this year it is in Belfast City Centre. Summer 2016, the most important date on the pro-life calendar is 2nd July. That’s when we hope you join with thousands of others to speak up for the right to life. Meet us at Custom House Square, Belfast @ 2pm on Saturday, 2nd July 2016.
Powerful pro-abortion campaigners in Ireland, the UK, European Union and United Nations are attacking our pro-life laws. That’s why it’s so important we show our opposition to abortion and to stay strong for life. On 2nd July 2016 lets do that!”
There’s a good chance you’ve seen advertisements for a new movie that will be released next week. Imploring moviegoers to “live boldly,” “Me Before You” is a drama that is being billed as the next great romance.
In reality, it’s nothing more than a snuff film furthering the message that people are better dead than disabled. Based on a novel by British novelist Jojo Moyes, the plotline is being slammed by disability advocates who are calling for people to boycott the film…….
…….. The disability community has refused to be silent, though. People have begun pushing back against the idea that it’s better for a man in a wheelchair to die than to live as a burden on those around him — and not only that, but that through his death, the life of his lover is improved.
One video asked if we would accept the same premise, but based on sex or race instead of disability, where a black man or a woman killed themselves because they felt their life had no meaning, and this decision was lauded.
The reviewer rightly noted that we would not tolerate a film or novel with this plot line; but somehow, it’s acceptable because the subject matter is people with disabilities, whose lives are seen as pitiable, meaningless, and without dignity. It’s even more angering considering the film is continually using the hashtag #LiveBoldly to promote it, when the disabled character chooses not to live at all.
Read the entire article at Live Action News
Words fail !
SPUC’s Youth & Education Officer, Rhoslyn Thomas, having to combat not just an aggressively hostile radio host but also a so-called champion of the disabled who wrote a book called ‘Scapegoat: Why We are Failing Disabled People‘!
“KATHARINE QUARMBY is a campaigning journalist and an award-winning film-maker. She has worked as a producer on BBC Panorama and Newsnight, edited Disability Now magazine, served as a correspondent for the Economist and written for most of the broadsheet newspapers. She was the first British journalist to investigate disability hate crime and her report for Scope, ‘Getting Away with Murder’, has revolutionised thinking about the issue.”