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Termination of 7 month old unborn

Right to Life Australia is appalled at the sanctioning of an abortion by the parents of a 7 month old unborn baby with a minor disability. (Sydney Morning Herald 12/12/14).  The decision was related to a number of "social factors" including guilt, fear and feeling abandoned.    Complicating this, is that Cindy – mum-to-be- was brought up in China- and her view about a baby with a disability would of course have been affected by her experiences there.

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The truth will set you free

It is hard to understand the abuse and anger directed at us because of the leaflet we used in our recent state election campaign in Victoria 2014.  Many would have seen the blue leaflet which depicted a baby born 
prematurely at 25 weeks, six days and the image of the same baby at 10 months beaming with life!  The intention of the photos was to illustrate the inconsistency of the public's attitude to abortion.

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Right to Life Australia targets Daniel Andrews

Media Release

The Right to Life Australia Inc. today announced that it was targeting opposition Leader Daniel Andrews for defeat in his electorate of Mulgrave.
 
President Margaret Tighe said, “There is one reason only for our campaign and that was the major role he played in shepherding the infamous Abortion Law Reform Act 2008 through the Parliament, of behalf of the then Brumby government.”

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The Nationals – no longer a pro-life party

“Those who still believe that a vote for a National Party candidate is a vote for a prolifer would be sadly disillusioned by the pro-abortion stance on the part of two young women candidates at this election,” said Margaret Tighe, president of the Right to Life Australia.

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Vote for life

A legislator who is not prepared to uphold the most basic of human rights – the right to life itself – is not fit to sit in Parliament. Upholding the right to life of all should be the first requirement of a legislator.

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LATEST NEWS

Tara Nipe was a candidate for the Voluntary Euthanasia Party for the Eastern Metropolitan Region in the recent Victorian election. Her party’s popularity is such that it gained 0.87% of the vote in that region. After Tara and her fellow VEP candidate were eliminated the VEP votes were passed on in turn to Fiona Patten’s Reason Party, the Animal Justice Party and the Liberal Democrats remaining undistributed as the final seat was filled by the Transport Matters Party. (Preliminary results as at 4 December at: https://www.abc.net.au/news/elections/vic-election-2018/results/emet/)

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WHAT WE DO

The Right to Life Australia Inc. defends the right to life of all human beings from conception until natural death. We lobby government for legal protection of the most vulnerable in society – the unborn baby, elderly, sick and those with disabilities. Right to Life Australia provides free counselling to women facing crisis pregnancies.  We are non-party political and non-denominational.

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