The election of Senator Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States is a victory for a culture of death. He is the most pro- abortion President in the history of the United States. His voting record in the United States Senate was shamefully totally pro=abortion and anti-life. He even voted in the Illinois Senate against a Bill that would have given protection to the life of a child born alive following an abortion.
This year’s general election marks a crisis in our nation’s history. Under a Labour led government our nation has endured for the previous nine years, unprecedented social engineering that has damaged the moral fibre of our society. The community is warned that the election of a Labour, Greens coalition government could unveil a further round of damaging social engineering. This could further threaten the lives of unborn children, the elderly and the place of marriage in our society.
A deputation, headed by Hugh Cunningham, asked the Taranaki Health Board to consider halting abortions at Taranaki Hospital. The statement was made in response to a challenge to the board in August by the Right to Life anti-abortion group.
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Surely the same issues face us here in New Zealand
First it was going to be only those who were dying and wanted to who would be euthanased.
The Right to die they said, was a human right
Next it was those who were dying, did not want to but were anyway.
Welcome to the brave new world.
When Gianna Jessen was born, the abortionist was trying to kill her not deliver her. But she survived a saline abortion attempt on her life. Since surviving she has grown up to be hated by many. Why? Because her very survival and her life exposes every aspect of the Pro-Choice lie; Recently Gianna gave a 16 minute talk on abortion at the Victorian Parliament. This video is now on You Tube and is powerful and disturbing. If this two part video does not touch your heart and spur you to action then as some have commented you may not need prayer but resurrection.
Up to 200 delegates representing almost 70 family-focused organisations are gathering in Auckland tomorrow (Monday) for the third annual NZ Forum on the Family, hosted by Family First NZ.