Geoff cries for the Unborn

Geoff Shaw MP for Frankston, stood up for the unborn babies in Parliament yesterday (3 April 2014). During his speech he said, "I don’t know how many other members had their RSLs write and say 'hey, thanks for sticking up for us' -  I don’t think so, because I haven’t heard it.  All I’ve heard is that the Treasurer did dirty backroom deals".
 
He went on to say, “To the Treasurer, I took up the cries of the taxis last week, I take up the cry for Frankston and I also, while I’m in this place, take up the cry for the unborn".


WHO says abortion NOT safe

Big news from World Health Organisation!
 
For years we have been told of the importance of making abortion available in third world countries. To make it "safe and legal" is the catchcry. This was the main theme at various UN conferences about population control etc. Now the World Health Organisation has declared "on the basis of evidence from around the world that abortion can be legally permitted and yet be extremely dangerous to the lives and health of women".

Hostility over Shaw abortion bill expected

The outbreak of hostility over Geoff Shaw MPs move on the abortion issue in Victoria is to be expected- surprisingly most of it filled with euphemistic language and outrage over denial of women’s so called “right to  choose” and attacks on women’s “reproductive rights.”  Meanwhile the huge elephant stands in the corner of the living room with a large notice saying “killing” and no one dares utter the word!

Hospital $ linked to Advance Care Plans

“If the well known entertainer Molly Meldrum had signed an Advance Care Plan, he would not be alive today, yet he suffered an extremely life threatening injury and was not expected to live,”  said Dr Katrina Haller, Chief Executive Officer of the Right to Life Australia


Abortion the issue in Tasmanian poll

Right to Life Australia Inc. media release
 
The Right to Life Australia has entered the Tasmanian 2014 election campaign in order to see those who voted for the infamous abortion law – The Reproductive Health (Access to Terminations) Bill 2013, removed from Parliament.

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