Andrews Government signs its own death wish

Right to Life Australia media release

7 December 2016

The President of Right to Life Australia Ms Margaret Tighe said today that “in signing the death warrant of future victims of the Andrews’ government euthanasia bill, Daniel Andrews may well have been unwittingly signing the death warrant of his own government.”



Victory in South Australia

LEGALISED PATIENT KILLING SETBACK IN SA

The President of Right to Life Australia Mrs Margaret Tighe said today that the defeat in the South Australian parliament of the Death with Dignity bill of MP Duncan McFetridge was a significant blow against the forces of legalised patient killing in the state and indeed in other parts of Australia.


Key Bill a Passport to Suicide

KEY’S BILL – A PASSPORT TO SUICIDE

The President of Right to Life Australia, Mrs Margaret Tighe, said today that the amendments being put forward by S.A. M.P. Stephanie Key, for her euthanasia bill will not, in any way, diminish its dangers.


Is the Victorian Minister for Health going to be the Minister for Death?

Right to Life Australia media release - Wednesday 14 September 2016

“It is greatly concerning that the Victorian Minister for Health has “no religious or ethical objection” to euthanasia, which is patient killing,” said Dr Katrina Haller, Chief Executive Officer of the Right to Life Australia.


Queensland Late Term abortions will Skyrocket with Rob Pyne MP bill

Queensland Late Term abortions will Skyrocket with Rob Pyne MP bill

Queensland MP Rob Pyne’s Health (Abortion Law Reform) Amendment Bill 2016 Bill tabled 17/8/16 http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/Documents/TableOffice/TabledPapers/2016/5516T1292.pdf
is purely a rehash of his bill introduced only 3 months ago. This bill-again-will provide no element of protection for the preborn child – which presumably Mr Pyne needed to “reassure” most Queenslanders appalled at Late Term abortions.  If Mr Pyne MP looks to Victoria for the construction of his new bill, he should be aware of the outcomes in that state since decriminalisation. So-called safeguards to “limit the numbers” of unborn babies killed have not been effective in Victoria.

It seems Mr Pyne MP has also not been listening to testimony of doctors advising that women seeking abortions for psychosocial reasons are even more at risk of severe psychological problems after their abortions.


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