Forced abortion could await those deemed ‘unfit’ to propagate in 21st-century Britain. It’s no different from the Nazi extermination policy directed against people who the German eugenicists decided were biologically or mentally undesirable. And then, the next step. No doubt, forced sterilisation would become the fate of all those looked upon as ‘inferior’.
“Doctors must not be allowed to perform an abortion on a pregnant mentally-ill woman, Court of Appeal judges have ruled.
A judge on Friday concluded that a pregnancy termination was in the woman’s best interests.
Mrs Justice Lieven had analysed evidence at a hearing in the Court of Protection, where issues relating to people who lack the mental capacity to make decisions are considered, in London.
But three appeal judges on Monday over-ruled that decision after the woman’s mother, a former midwife, mounted a challenge.”
A spokesman for the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children writes:
“The initial decision to form an abortion on a disabled woman against her will, when her mother had promised to look after the child, caused shock and outrage around the world. A forced abortion is one of the worst things that can be done to a woman, and it is beggars belief that a judge of this land advocated this kind of cruelty and barbarity. We rejoice that common sense and basic decency has prevailed, and the mother and baby have escaped this appalling fate.”
But the Neo-Nazi mentality is far from defeated. And it’s not limited to Britain. Be aware of it and oppose the coming eugenics nightmare.
“I have no problem with it whatsoever. I think it’s good,” says President Donald Trump of the USA, in a filmed interview to be shown on the USA’s Fox News Channel on Sunday 26th May. “I think it’s absolutely fine.” “It’s great.”
Trump has been long-fawned over by many emotionally-blinded pro-lifers who somehow deceive themselves into thinking Trump is some sort of a pro-life champion and defender of Christian values.
But you can’t get more anti-life than being in favour of sodomy and the social replacement of sacramental marriage and children with unnatural sin and sterility.
Isn’t it time to build grass-roots, Catholic-orientated, social and political alternatives to these immoral political delinquents?
In what really should come as an explosive wake-up call to the legions of emotionally-blinded pro-lifers who deceive themselves into thinking that in an abortive throw-away society President Donald Trump, of the USA, is the ‘great hope’ of unborn children, Trump has at long-last come clean and openly admitted he is not actually pro-life.
But, of course, in that Wormtongue-style propaganda so typical of politicians he stills claims to be “strongly pro-life” whilst actually not being pro-life in any principled way at all.
To be in favour of life is a moral judgement that places one on the side of innocent life whatever the circumstances. To pick and choose according to circumstance rather than being guided by moral principle is to think and act immorally.
But will Trump’s admission be enough to break the Wormtongue-like spell that pro-lifers have so far insisted on labouring under? Is it really so difficult to understand that Donald Trump and his US government is not pro-life? It is pro-death!
Christian morality obliges us all to recognise that whether by unjust war, unjust sanctions, unjust taxation and usury, or by unjust laws allowing and encouraging contraception, sodomy or ‘gender’-confusion, the USA stands for chaos, death and destruction, not life.
Pro-Life without compromise!
Be Here For Me write:
“Richmond Council, following Ealing’s lead, have introduced a draconian censorship zone designed to remove any pro-life presence from the streets around the abortion centre at Rosslyn road. Just like Ealing, it criminalises:
* Conversations about abortion or alternative options
* Offering leaflets that list the practical help that women can access
Justyna, a volunteer counsellor who has helped hundreds of women over a decade of work, has decided to challenge the council in court.
It is absolutely vital that we support Justyna’s opposition to this censorship zone, just as we have in Ealing. Fewer councils will be willing to use PSPOs if they know it will result in a robust legal challenge.”