Right to Life requests that in the interest of the natural family and the protection of the lives of our precious unborn, that New Zealand First concludes a coalition agreement with the National government to govern New Zealand for the term of the next Parliament.
The result of the 2017 election is a repudiation of a culture of death. Jacinda Ardern pledged that on becoming Prime Minister, she would bring a bill to Parliament to decriminalise the murder of the unborn. If she got her way then it would no longer be a crime for an abortionist to kill an unborn child. Rather the unborn child would effectively be regarded as not being human. It would have no right to life whatsoever and would become a chattel, the property of the mother. The killing of the unborn would become a ‘health service’. Jacinda Ardern has also refused to acknowledge that the natural family consists exclusively of one woman and one man and that this is the source of the next generation and the very foundation upon which a healthy society is based.
The Labour and Green parties both support the decriminalisation of abortion. A coalition of Labour, Green and New Zealand First would empower Jacinda Ardern to have the government decriminalise abortion. We must not allow this to happen. Politicians who are not committed to protecting and promoting the right to life and the natural family, morally and ethically disqualify themselves from governing.
Our nation is greatly indebted to the Prime Minister Bill English, his wife Mary and their six children for giving us as an example, during the election, the importance of the natural family.
Politicians are always concerned about the next election. Statesmen are concerned for the next generation.
Winston Peters at this critical moment in our nation’s history, has the opportunity of grasping the mantle of a statesman.
Right to Life.