March 5th 2011


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CANBERRA OBSERVED: Labor pounces on divisions among Liberals

HEALTH CARE: Public hopes dashed by Gillard health 'reforms'

PAID PARENTAL LEAVE: Gillard's pseudo-PPL scheme a malign charade

PUBLIC WORKS: The urgent need to build new dams

COVER STORY: Planned Parenthood's activities finally exposed

EDITORIAL: Arab political turmoil: what's cooking?

FOREIGN AFFAIRS: Obama reaps whirlwind in the Middle East

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: Can we avoid a second global financial crisis?

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Business leaders call for national investment fund

REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY: Children's right to know their genetic parents

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: Medical cover-up of fetal pain perception

TASMANIA: Euthanasia and assisted suicide back on the agenda

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Bible banned at citizenship ceremonies

OPINION: The failure of multiculturalism

Brisbane dams fiasco 1 (letter)

Brisbane dams fiasco 2 (letter)

Legalising abortion (letter)

BOOK REVIEW: THE TROUBLE WITH CANADA... STILL! A Citizen Speaks Out, by William D. Gairdner

BOOK REVIEW: WHERE MEN WIN GLORY: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman, by Jon Krakauer

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Legalising abortion (letter)


by Robert Bom

News Weekly, March 5, 2011
Sir,

A group of lobbyists and politicians have been preparing for a legislative assault on Queensland's unborn children. They want a free run for abortion up to the point of a baby's birth.

There are remarkable similarities to be found in the history of slave ownership, trading and abortion. Back in the 18th and 19th centuries, white people had a legal right to own black slaves. Slaves were classed as property and had no rights.

Britain, and therefore, Australia abolished ownership of slaves well before the United States did. In the US it finally took the 1861-1865 Civil War to outlaw the practice.

The child of a pregnant woman is a separate entity from her. This child has its own DNA, a different identity and mostly has a different blood group. And it has legislative rights, which are often ignored.

Slaves were there for the pleasure of their masters to do as they wanted. There was no legislative protection for them.

Now the lobbyists and some politicians want all rights taken away from our unborn children as well.

Premier Bligh, tell these lobbyists and politicians to jump in the lake!

Robert Bom,
Rockhampton, Qld




























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