On August 8, the bill to decriminalise abortion in NSW passed the lower house. With this bill decided a whopping 59 to 31 votes in favour, it looks set to pass the upper house when the final vote occurs in mid-September. Upon this, abortion in NSW would change from a crime carrying a maximum penalty… Continue reading The Conservative Retreat From Abortion
The Spectator, by Paul Russell, September 19, 2017: The Dutch legalised both euthanasia and assisted suicide in 2002. The data shows an overwhelming preference for euthanasia. In 2015, there were 6672 euthanasia deaths and 150 assisted suicide deaths; the total comprising at least 4.5 per cent of all deaths. In recent years the discussion about ‘life ending actions’… Continue reading Dutch euthanasia group confirms elder abuse – but doesn’t seem to care
Note how from 3.25 when Tucker Carlson presses the Executive Vice President of Planned Parenthood on moral questions, she remains incapable of defending abortion, merely restating her pre- prepared scripts on how it is a ‘women’s choice’. Case closed. That is, as far as the Left is concerned.
“SPEAK FOR LIFE: Combatting The Three Most Common Pro- Abortion Arguments”, dailywire, January 27, 2017: The left is fighting mad over today’s massive March for Life on the Washington Mall. Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans march against the killing of the unborn; usually, the media ignore the march nearly entirely, but thanks to… Continue reading SPEAK FOR LIFE: Combatting The Three Most Common Pro-Abortion Arguments
Using logic and facts, Ben Shapiro clinically dismantles the argument for abortion.
“The libertarian case against abortion”, Liberty Works, December 3, 2016: It just goes to show what a topsy-turvy world we are living in where somebody who believes that life is precious and worth preserving is thought by some to hold an abhorrent opinion. And yet it is precisely the case in the abortion debate. People… Continue reading A sensible case against abortion
I once wrote about Euthanasia through the prisms of emotional, yet simple and binary arguments. As for what I think about it now and the potential for its expansion in Australia, the answer to this moral dilemma is extremely difficult and complex. So perhaps for now, I am leaning towards being anti- euthanasia but am far from… Continue reading Euthanasia: An intelligible conservative’s perspective
Boudica Bpi @Boudicabpi Abortion is murder except in the mind of a liberal! Source: Abortion is murder except in the mind of a liberal!
This article, may or may not disenfranchise some of my readers. It is true that in many cases, I speak from a conservative viewpoint, and I consider myself to be right of centre on most issues. Nonethless, as an agnostic, and from what I perceive as a rationally informed perspective, I cannot lie about my… Continue reading Voluntary euthanasia
I just wish to clarify a few positions that I made in my previous post on abortion. My proposal, is only relevant, if the man is to not have a say in the process of abortion. If the man was to have a say in abortion, and he decided to keep the child, any act… Continue reading Follow up on male rights
Since the 1960’s, discussions around gender equality have predominantly centred from the perspectives of feminism. This trend is rightfully so, as both historically and in the modern era, across a broad range of areas, women tend to be more discriminated against than their male counterparts. I do not have any problem or issue with feminism,… Continue reading A proposition for the advancment of Male rights