Unborn Babies need us NOW
By The Hermits, Aug 1 2019 01:59PM
Unborn babies in Britain need us to rise up from our unhappy slumber and fight for their lives as we did not do fiercely enough 50 years ago.
And it is extremely urgent.
We have, 'Right to Life UK' estimate, less than three months in which to stop the pro-abortion cabel in Parliament (Diane Johnson etc) from bringing in abortion to birth, basically the de-regulation of abortion, into England, Wales and Scotland. It will then be freescale killing of unborn babies for any reason or none.
It is already shocking that the disabled here are able to be killed up to birth - discrimination of the very worse type!
But what is being proposed now will also allow those without health problems to be killed, which will swell the number of late term abortions greatly.
And all because the pregnant mother doesn't want, for some reason or the other, to give birth at that time, because of course it is the women's right to choose! Female babies apparently not awarded this right until after they are born! There will be some women who also will have late abortions not because it is their 'right to chose' but because they are being pressurised by family or partner, or because they are poor. These two last categories of pregnant mothers need help and support, not just an operation to kill their child as if that will solve all their problems.
I feel guilty, so guilty.
I always knew what abortion was, how evil it was. But after attending the first anti-abortion march in London with my mother when I was twelve years old, I never did enough to fight for abortion to be ended.
I supported the various efforts to lower the age for abortion, I spoke about it to others in private, and it informed my choice when voting. I did try to stop two hospitals I worked at from allowing the nurses in Accident and Emergency departments from being able to give out the 'morning after pill', but I was unsuccessful in both. But I could have done more, so much more; and for that I am guilty before God. I also suspect that many of the people reading this could also have done more. Well now is the time for us to put that right.
Abortion is a very personal issue for me, because I am a surviver of an abortion attempt by a Gynaecologist. I survived because my mother thought that she was giving up her life by refusing to obey the gynaecologist.
I have four older brothers, and during my mother's pregnancies she suffered repeated kidney failures. I was a surprise, conceived during her concern at her mother's final illness. Due to her previous problems during pregnancy she was seen early by the Gynaecologist, but her kidneys were already failing. At the end of the consultation he told her that I was probably fatally flawed and would not survive, and that she would also not survive, and therefore an abortion was necessary. Although it was before the 'Abortion Act' his actions were legal under UK law.
My mother refused, but he sent her away to reconsider with his final words ringing in her ears: "Remember, you will leave your four boys motherless!"
My parents had no doubt what they should do, even thougth they thought it would cost my mother her life. When they returned to the hospital the Gynaecologist, although strongly disagreeing with their decision, said that he would do all in his power to keep my mother alive until the seventh month, and if she was still alive then he would do a caesarian, incase he could save either her or me. So my parents decided that they would give my brothers happy memories of the last few months of their mother's life, apparently no one was told off for four months! They also prayed as only children can pray!
At the seven month appointment the Gynaecologist was confounded. Mother's kidneys were working perfectly and I was growing well. He apparently said that if the boys had been praying then tell them to keep it up. So I was not killed in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Folkestone Kent.
Many years later I was appointed as an Accident and Emergency Consultant at Ashford Kent. One of the peripheral units under my care was the minor injury unit at the Royal Victoria Hospital Folkestone, and God was good enough to me to allow me to save the lives of a few people in the very same hospital in which I should have been killed! The irony of it always pleased me.
So I would beg all readers to do something extra in this, our vulnerable little ones, time of need.
What you can do, what we can do, I do not know.
Everybody has different skills, has different contacts, a few may only be able to pray, but most of us can at least tell people what is happening.
The official media will not be informing anybody anything! Whatever you do, do something!
I am attaching below the article by "Right to Life" for your further information.
(the e-mail from Right to Life UK)
THEIR NEXT TARGET: ENGLAND AND WALES
A matter of minutes after this horrific abortion regime had been voted through in the Commons, pro-abortion MP Diana Johnson was back up speaking in the chamber on their next move. She made it clear that England and Wales now have an abortion law that is 'out of line' with Northern Ireland's new 'progressive' law and made it clear that the abortion lobby would be moving the campaign focus back to England and Wales.
The abortion lobby are not hiding the fact that they will be seeking to introduce an abortion regime that is at least as bad as Northern Ireland's, if not worse. Remember that they have indicated that their ultimate goal here is to have abortion on demand, for any reason, up to birth. If there is any indication that they feel they can get this proposal through Parliament, it's very likely they will be aiming for abortion up to birth, rather the 28-week cut-off proposed in Northern Ireland.
They are going to be bringing forward an amendment to the Domestic Abuse Bill to introduce their radical proposals. This Bill has just had its first reading in Parliament and amendments will be brought forward later at Committee stage. We expect the abortion lobby's extreme abortion amendment to be tabled in September or October.
This is an imminent threat that we will face very soon. We are therefore well underway on our preparations for a very strong national campaign to oppose these radical proposals.
We will be facing the biggest battle on abortion since 1967.
We need to ensure we have the capacity in place to defeat these proposals. We are therefore looking for hard-working, passionate, professional individuals to join us to ensure we have the team in place to win. This team will then move onto a large push across media, public affairs and grassroots to deliver positive changes to policy and culture which will save lives and support women in unplanned pregnancies.
We are seeking both permanent staff and those who are available for a short-term contract for a fixed period of time ahead of the threat coming forward this Autumn (September/October).
If this is of interest to you or you know of anyone that would be suitable for one of the positions, please click the link below to view the positions we are looking to hire for and how to apply. We are moving quickly on getting the team together, so applications close Tuesday 6th August at 5pm.
If you can help us get the word out about these positions to friends, family and your wider networks, please do. It is vital that we can get the best team possible together ahead of this big battle.
Thank you again for your ongoing support.
Right To Life UK
Their e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org