Media Release Anzac Day 25th April 2018
In celebrating ANZAC Day we mourn those who have given their lives in war in order that we may be free. There were more than 18,000 New Zealanders who lost their lives in World War 1 and 11,625 New Zealanders killed in World War II, a total of more than 29,000. We must never forget the sacrifice that they made in order that future generations may live in freedom and enjoy our inalienable right to life. Throughout our nation there are monuments commemorating their sacrifice.
It is an illusion though that we are now living in peace and in a world free from war. Today we are engaged in another bloody war, not with a foreign aggressor but in a war against a new enemy; our own children. Why do we feel threatened by our own children in the womb? They are the weakest and most defenceless members of the human family? Why then has the womb become a battleground more violent than Gallipoli?
Since the passing of the Contraception Sterilisation and Abortion Act in 1977, there have been more than 500,000 children killed in the womb in New Zealand. These children were deemed to be of little worth and their presence a threat to society. They are unnamed, worthy only of being a number in our abortion statistics. No tombstone marks their last resting place and their mortal remains deemed to be medical waste to be incinerated; in the same callous manner as the disposal of the Jews after slaughter at Nazi extermination camps during the Second World War.
The Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, is now passionately committed to accelerating this war against our own children. She is committed to an agenda of changing our laws that will in fact, coerce women into killing their children under the guise that abortion is not a crime but a simple health matter between a woman and her doctor.
This war has the full approval of our government, who ensure it’s unlimited funding and who have disguised it’s true horror, by using the horribley euphmeistic label of calling it an essential medical service.
The half million children who have been killed were not a threat to society, almost entirely, only to lifestyle. These children came into life bringing gifts to enrich our society. All that they sought was to allow to be allowed to live, to love and to be loved. What they received was the cold blade of the scalpel. This internecine war is also one waged against women, who are abortion’s second victims.
We should also mourn with the many fathers who often were unable to save their children from a violent death. New Zealand will continue to grow in violence and never know true peace, nor can we claim to be a just society until we stop making war on our own children.