A culture of death is corrupting the Ministry of Health and will ultimately destroy it and our community if it is not urgently eradicated.
Dr Diana Sarfati has been appointed by the Deputy State Services Commissioner and will be the temporary Director General of Health at the end of July.
Right to Life is disappointed that Dr Sarfati believes that every woman has a right to kill her child before it is born and that her child is not a human being with a right to life until it is born. Right to Life believes that her views on the sanctity of life disqualify her from appointment as Director General of Health.
Right to Life believes that the Deputy State Services Commissioner has, in making this appointment, given Professor Sarfati a poisoned chalice. Should she accept this appointment she will become complicit in the killing of the weakest and most defenceless members of our community.
The appointment of Director General entails being responsible for overseeing the administration of the Abortion Legislation Act 2020 and presiding over the war against women. A war which kills more than 13,000 innocent and defenceless unborn children every year by either poisoning them, sucking them out of their mother’s womb or violently pulling off their limbs and heads. This is promoted and funded by the government as “health care”. This is an atrocity!
Since the 7 November 2021, with the introduction of the End of Life Choice Act 2019, this position also entails being responsible for overseeing and promoting doctors killing terminally ill patients with a lethal injection or assisting in their suicide. This also is promoted by the government as “health care”.
The total prohibition against the killing of innocent human beings is the foundation of the law and of medicine. We ignore this prohibition at our peril.
The Ministry of Health should be totally committed to promoting a culture of life by protecting the sanctity of life of every human being from conception to natural death. There is absolutely no place in the Ministry for a culture of death. Yet there it is.
Right to Life continues to ask that the Minister of Health to uphold a culture of life by removing responsibility for abortion and euthanasia from the Ministry of Health, where these twin evils are corrupting and destroying us. We continue to seek the repeal of the Abortion Legislation Act 2020 and the End of Life Choice Act 2019.
Right to Life