Lies

Downs – but not out

Right now, our government is amending our Abortion laws, I thought they were liberal enough but apparently not.

“I’m proposing it comes out of the Crimes Act,” Jacinda Adern explained to the disability community.

It sounds very high-minded and caring.  Actually Jacinda’s being disingenuous about abortion being in the Crimes act.   I’ll go even further and say dishonest.  The only thing mentioned in the Crimes Act about abortion is in terms of getting a backstreet abortion.  That’s the only part of it that’s a crime!  I’d really like her to explain that one to the NZ public.

Currently, there is a 20-week time limit for abortions in New Zealand law.

“We have time periods already set out in law, I’m not proposing changes to that,” Jacinda reassured the disability community.”

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Really?

She must have changed her mind and forgot to tell the community.  The proposed legislation will see this time limit removed and abortion will be available up until birth, with the approval of a single registered health practitioner.

“In the jurisdictions that have a similar clause, this has in practice allowed for abortion for disabilities including Down syndrome right up to birth.”

There are many New Zealanders who are pro-life going by the March for Life in 2019, they’ve filled the streets but they’re not being listened to.

I don’t want to sit as judge and jury on any parent who has conceived a disabled child.  It’s their choice, it’s already up to them what they want to do.  My beef is the prime minister changing the laws while lying to the NZ public and the disability community.

When we were setting up our business, I worked as a caregiver for intellectually disabled people on the weekends.  They were the nicest group of people I’ve ever worked with – kind, childlike, very positive people.  There wasn’t any gossip or nastiness.  It was nice, a complete contrast to some of the toxic work places I’ve endured.

It is an obstacle having a disability, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the world.  I’ve noticed that intellectually disabled people have a very high EQ – emotional intelligence. It’s as if nature wants to compensate.

It’s inspirational when the disabled and their family can succeed against all the odds.  Here’s some success stories:

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Student From Syria Shares How He Was Raised By His Dad Who Has Down Syndrome

“A child you grows up in the lap of a person with Downs Syndrome will have all the love and tenderness that anyone can offer,” the son said.

Couple With Down Syndrome Married For 24 Years Celebrate Their Anniversary


Campaign to change “discriminatory” abortion law around Down’s syndrome.

“You need to see the person behind the extra chromosome, see their inner beauty.” 

This mother and daughter are campaigning to change the laws around abortions of pregnancies where the foetus has Down’s syndrome. At the moment women are allowed to terminate the pregnancy right up until the moment of birth, even though the standard abortion limit is at just 24 weeks. Heidi and Liz say this is “deeply offensive” and a form of discrimination towards those born with non-fatal disabilities.

Links

Mother of Kiwi man with Down syndrome calls for pre-natal testing to be banned

March For Life New Zealand 2019 – Highlights

Abortion law critics angered by handling of submissions

This is what can be aborted now – before NZ’s current 20 week limit:
Amazing Image of Unborn Baby at 18 Weeks is Called the Photograph of the Century
“The celebrated photograph was taken by Swedish photojournalist Lennart Nilsson and published in the April 1965 edition of Life under the title “Drama of Life Before Birth.” That issue became the “fastest-selling copy” of the magazine in the history of its publication, according to the report.

In full colour and crystal clear detail, the picture showed a foetus in its amniotic sac, with its umbilical cord winding off to the placenta. The unborn child, floating in a seemingly cosmic backdrop, appears vulnerable yet serene. Its eyes are closed and its tiny, perfectly formed fists are clutched to its chest,” the report described.”

Family First – the organisation in the next link, has been de-registered as a charity.

Radical Abortion Bill ignores Human Rights of Children

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Are we being manipulated by the media?

We’re being presented with images designed to arouse an emotional response so we will accept or even clamour for the agenda the corporations are promoting.  It’s called “marketing.”

Here are three examples of these images.

I’ll start with the current one:

The widely shared photo of the little girl crying as a U.S. Border Patrol agent patted down her mother became a symbol of the families pulled apart by the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy at the border, even landing on the new cover of Time magazine.

The whole thing is a lie.

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The girl’s father told The Washington Post on Thursday night that his child and her mother were not separated, and a U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesman confirmed that the family was not separated while in the agency’s custody.

Source: MSN.com The crying Honduran girl on the cover of Time was not separated from her mother.

That cover was designed for us to think Trump is heartless.  Oh, that mean nasty Trump, enforcing a policy the Obama administration brought in.


Syrian boy drowned because his father wanted new teeth

“While acknowledging that the boy’s death was a tragedy, he said: “That boy and his family had lived in Turkey for three years. The money for that boy’s father to pay the people smugglers was sent from Canada.” He added, “The father sent them on that boat so the father could get dental treatment. They were in no fear, they were in no persecution and they were in no danger in Turkey.”

Source: The Daily Caller, Story Begins To Unravel About Drowned Syrian Boy

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They weren’t refugees.  Those in favour of mass immigration have used this heart rending image to great effect.  Anyone who wants the flood of migrants controlled or stopped will be seen as heartless.


We’ve all seen that photo of a polar bear stranded on the iceberg … Al Gore’s poster image for “climate change.”

They want children cuddling their teddy bears to cry for their parents do something about “climate change.”

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There was just one problem: the photograph was taken not of polar bears “stranded” on ice – far from it.  Rather, the bears were wandering around their natural environment as they do every day.

Let’s hear it from the photographer,

The student who took the photograph, however, gives her account: ‘They were on the ice when we found them and on the ice when we left. They were healthy, fat and seemed comfortable on their iceberg.’ Amanda Byrd, an Australian graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), says she took the picture around three years ago – in the summer. The photograph was not ‘taken by environmentalists’ but as part of a field trip with the university.

Furthermore, the photographer wasn’t even asked permission:

Byrd is clearly a little miffed that ‘the image you have seen around the world was distributed without my consent, and [with] the wrong byline’.

Source: MRC News Busters

Be careful with mass-produced news items containing emotive images designed to grip people.  It may not be what it seems.