Why is the Prime Minister opposed to violence against Muslims yet supports violence against the defenceless unborn?
The Prime Minister is commended for leading the nation in its grief and sorrow in a remembrance for the fifty innocent Muslim victims who lost their lives in the appalling massacre at the mosques in Christchurch on Friday 15 March.
She will be present at a National interfaith Memorial Service for victims, which, will be held on Friday 29 March in Hagley Park at 10 am.
It is fitting that we should have this prayerful service. The Prime Minister in a media release on 21 March stated that it showed that we were “compassionate, inclusive and diverse.”
Right to Life asks when is the Prime Minister going to call for a national Memorial Service to enable our community to express its grief and sorrow for the killing of over 500,000 unborn children killed since 1978 and the 13,000 unborn children killed each year and its compassion for the mothers who are grievously wounded by the violence of abortion?
It took the Prime Minister six days to ban the sale of military style semi-automatic weapons and all assault rifles, How long will it take her to ban the instruments of abortion?
We also ask when the Prime Minister and the New Zealand government, in recognition of World Down syndrome Day, is going to hold a National Memorial Service and a call to prayer, followed by 2 minutes silence for the 50 unborn children killed through the National Screening Programme in the last year? Will the Prime Minister then apologise to the Down syndrome community for promoting hate towards them and announce an immediate ban on the screening programme?
Why does the government maintain a deafening silence and exhibits no remorse for the violence inflicted on our children and their mothers by the state which authorises and funds, with unlimited funding, the abortion industry as a core health service and a “reproductive choice for women”?
Muslims should be free to pray in their mosques without the threat of violence and equally our unborn children should be free to live and grow in the sanctuary of their mother’s wombs free from the threat of violence.
Right to Life