Media Release Tuesday 10th February 2015
Right to Life commends the Prime Minister John Key for his stand on the horrific human rights abuses perpetrated by the terrorist group Isis. At Waitangi last week, he said:
“when people are being beheaded by kids, burned by kids and thrown off buildings. Well sorry. Give me a break. New Zealand is not going to look the other way.”
That innocent men, women and children in Iraq should be deprived of their lives by barbaric, beheadings is appalling. These are satanic inspired crimes against humanity that cry out to God for vengeance.
But wait, are we to not guilty of human rights abuses in our own country. Every day in our public hospitals, our own children in the womb are cruelly dismembered and beheaded not by terrorists from ISIS but by abortionists, who are appointed and paid by the state. These too are crimes against humanity.
Since the commencement of the National government of John Key in 2008, an estimated 109,ooo children before birth have been murdered in their mother’s womb. Similar human rights abuses were permitted under the previous Labour government. We all share the guilt for we fund the abortion holocaust with our taxes and allow the murder of the innocents to take place in our hospitals under the guise that the killing is a health service, shame on us.
Why does the government quickly denounce human rights abuses in Iraq but fails to see the murder and human rights abuses perpetrated in our own country. Is it because we the people are accepting of the violence and human rights abuses inflicted on women and remain shamefully silent. Is it not too because many Churches are shamefully silent.
The government has a duty as a member of the international community to uphold human rights everywhere. The government’s first duty however, is to stop the war in New Zealand that is being waged against women and their unborn. When is our nation going to rise up from its slumber and demand of the government that they stop this holocaust against our own children?
Right to Life NZ