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18 / 04 / 2012 - Irish Times support abortion
Kill her NOW its murder ...kill her BEFORE BIRTH its abortion
The Irish Times is campaigning for abortion to be legalised in Ireland by featuring stories of women who travelled to England for abortion.
The Irish Times admit they 'invited' women who had abortions to share their stories, and published several of them.
However, no stories were published about women who have suffered the terrible physical and psychological aftermath of abortion.
Yesterday, the Irish Times highlighted the so-called "cruelty" of four women having to travel to England for abortion, yet no mention was made of the cruelty suffered by the unborn babies who were killed.
The abortion were carried out after the babies were diagnosed with conditions like triploidy, anencephaly, Edwards syndrome and Patau syndrome or trisomy 13. (NOTE: Even in tragic cases where the child will not live long after birth, abortion is not the answer ..see the Be Not Afraid website)
None of these conditions threatened the mothers' lives.
These were in fact 'eugenic' abortions.
"Eugenics" is the idea that some people are superior to others and those people with 'imperfections' are not worthy of life. The slippery slope to the Nazi Holocaust began with the acceptance of this attitude that there is such a thing as life not worthy to be lived.
Tomorrow, facilitated by the National Women's Council of Ireland and the Socialist Party TD Clare Daly, the women featured in the Irish Times will be in the Irish parliament to try to influence TDs debating the pro-abortion 'Medical Treatment Bill'
The 'Medical Treatment Bill' is an attempt to deceive the public with a sugar-coated name and make abortion-on-demand, right up to birth, legal in Ireland. Abortion is not medical treatment. There are no circumstances where the life of a mother can only be saved by killing her unborn baby. Even Clare Daly who has tabled this motion admits there is nothing 'medical' about it, stating - "This is an issue of women's rights to control their own bodies".
The women going to the Irish Parliament tomorrow claim they dont want to be used as political pawns, stating "Sinn Fein are all over it but [we] don't want them using this for a platform".
Sinn Fein must again be challenged if they really cherish ALL the children of the nation - ALL including our unborn children.
Please continue praying and fasting for the defeat of this evil Bill, and that Ireland will continue to protect and cherish it's unborn children