Law

The killer question for any unborn baby in New Zealand

Dieuwe de Boer

RightMinds.NZ


Notice: A protest by people opposed to Jacinda’s abortion changes. NOT a Labour party poster

One of Jacinda’s inevitable targets was abortion law, which she has repeatedly claimed she wants to be treated as a health issue that shouldn’t be in the Crimes Act. This is a non sequitur. The location of abortion law, or any law, is irrelevant: you break the law, it’s a crime. Or so we would hope. The current abortion law isn’t even in the Crimes Act: it’s in the Contraception, Sterilisation, and Abortion Act 1977.

There are only two relevant parts that are in the Crimes Act: (1) the punishment for murder of an unborn child (unless sanctioned by the government per the previously mentioned Act), and (2) a specific clause protecting from prosecution those who cause the death of an unborn child while taking action to preserve the life of a mother.

Abortion hasn’t been a crime since the late 1970s and only a handful of cases can ever be found of women who were denied their request to have their babies legally terminated by the state. With over 13,000 dead babies every year, it’s a little duplicitous to say that abortion is a crime – those numbers point to a toll of genocidal proportions. There’s just a little bit of inconvenience involved in the current process, and that’s what this is all about. Women complain that they shouldn’t have to feign mental illness in order to get an abortion, but it’s an ugly irony – one really does have to be sick in the head to want to kill their own offspring.

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Saving Free speech from Profa

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It was reassuring to read on Whaleoil about a new organisation called Advance Australia which humans are joining ” to make sure their beloved country doesn’t succumb to rampant radicalism or political correctness” of the kind viciously promoted by the Soros-funded group GetUp. We could do with something like Advance Australia in New Zealand, where subhumans – biological humans who nonetheless renounce reason and revert to force – are attempting to end free speech at every turn. They are our local Antifa, except that Antifa should be called (and will be by me henceforth) “Profa” because they are pro-fascist. In their behaviour, appearance and mindless malice they are the modern-day version of Mussolini’s Blackshirts. In their beliefs, they are Islamo-Marxists, which makes them fascists also.

At present they are successful. Although Stefan Molyneux and Lauren Southern were finally allowed in to New Zealand to speak at a privately-owned venue – having been denied a ratepayer-funded one by Phascist Phil – the private owner was intimidated by Profa at the last minute to such an extent that he called the event off and told the pair he didn’t want them anywhere near his establishment.

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Lindsay Perigo is a former radio and television newsreader and interviewer. He infamously left TVNZ in 1993 calling its news and current affairs “braindead.” For many years he hosted The Politically Incorrect Show on Radio Pacific and Radio Live. From 1994-2006 he was editor of the libertarian magazine, The Free Radical.

Back off Mitch, the police got it right.

Mark Mitchell has a go at our hard-working boys and girls in blue simply for exercising a bit of compassion and common sense: quote.

Quote:National’s accused the Government of being soft on crime, after 84 people caught importing drugs got off with warnings.End of quote.

The current government and previous have, for better or worse, taken the approach of being soft on drug users but hard on dealers.

It’s not perfect. There’s no distinction between responsible use and irresponsible use and, personally, I think we’re way too soft on users who use irresponsibly.

The other spanner in the works is that most dealers are addicts. The illegal drug market works like a warped pyramid scheme. Addicts get money for their fix by recruiting new users and so on. That’s the illegal drug market for you.

At least the government had taken an approach that’s more harm reduction than punitive. Quote.

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So, what about all those fake male champions?

For this week’s article and as a follow up to last week’s article I’ve decided to attempt to answer the following questions:

Where are all the fake men wanting to compete in men’s sports?

Are fake women in reality just average male athletes competing as women so that they can be winners?

On the male to female side there’s our very own Laurel Hubbard. He has had a mediocre career although he did set some junior records all the way back in 1998. Then after a bit of gender reassignment and competing as a woman, he managed to get himself ranked as number one in the 2017 World Masters Games, 2017 Commonwealth Championships, 2017 Oceanic Championships, and number two at the 2017 World Championships.

Not that changing his gender had anything to do with his new found success of course.

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Old perv offends while on bail: gets bail again!

Police arrest 70-yr-old flasher at Dunedin fireworks display

What is it with the Judges down in Dunedin?

The ODT reports that one of their creepiest old pervs has again been locked up for offensive behaviour following an incident where he exposed his shrivelled old sausage to a poor unsuspecting eleven-year-old.

It seems that Uncle Pervy was attending a public fireworks display where the young girl was present. I’ll save you the details but let’s just say that his excuse when he finally gets to court will likely be, ‘when ya gotta go, ya gotta go’.

Fortunately, the wee lass very quickly dobbed the dirty old bugger into her Mum. The Police were called quick smart and he was confronted by a few people there. This caused the seventy-year-old man to attempt to flee in his car.

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Divorce: Will new laws make it easier to carve up a life together?

Divorce

When my friend divorced, I sent her a card that said “Divorce is ugly, but hell, so is your ex”.  Divorce is often a messy business and there are rarely winners.  Each situation is unique and there is no one size fits all solution that pleases everyone.  In order to make things fairer, new laws are being proposed.  This from StuffQuote:

Big changes to the way relationship property is dealt with when a couple separates have been proposed by the Law Commission.

The commission has published proposals to reform the Property (Relationships) Act.

It sets out the rules for dividing property when a relationship disintegrates.

Last year, the Law Commission published an issues paper and invited public comment. It has now published a preferred approach paper, asking for feedback.

It suggests that the family home should no longer always be shared 50/50. If one partner owned the house before the relationship began, only the increase in value during the relationship should be shared.  End of quote.

Sounds fair enough.  Quote:

Homes bought during the relationship would still be shared equally.  End of quote.

Also fair. But here’s where it gets messy.  Quote:

People who had children, had been together for 10 years or more, or who had built or sacrificed careers because of the relationship should be eligible for family income sharing arrangements or “FISAs”, the commission’s paper said.

“Under a FISA, the partners would be required to share their combined income for a limited period after they separate, to ensure the economic advantages and disadvantages from the relationship are shared more fairly.” That would be dependent on how long the couple had been together, to a maximum of five years.[…]  End of quote.

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“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

– Martin Luther King

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No Cindy, we don’t want to read between the lines, we want this ratbag gone

Jacinda Ardern wants us to all read between the lines on the decision to let a hardened violent and drug dealing criminal stay in New Zealand: Quote:

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern dropped hints on the “difficult” decision over convicted drug smuggler Karel Sroubek’s residency application.

Stuff reported on Sunday that Sroubek had been handed an unprecedented get-out-of-jail card in getting residency, instead of being deported after serving his prison sentence.

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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

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Labour’s crim-hugging extends to letting a lying, violent drug dealer get residency while still in prison

Iain Lees-Galloway should have stuck to filching press gallery booze, because he’s had a real ‘mare in allowing a lying, violent drug dealer get residency while still in prison: Quote:

A convicted drug smuggler has been handed an unprecedented get-out-of-jail card: instead of being deported after serving his prison sentence, the Government has granted him New Zealand residency.

Minister of Immigration Ian Lees-Galloway has made a special decision to grant the 37-year-old Czech national residency, even though he came to New Zealand on a false passport and is now serving time in Auckland South prison for importing drugs with a street value of $375,000.  

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As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news, he tends to be in it, with protagonists using the courts, media and social media to deliver financial as well as death threats.

They say that news is something that someone, somewhere, wants kept quiet. Cam Slater doesn’t do quiet and, as a result, he is a polarising, controversial but highly effective journalist who takes no prisoners.

He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

Love him or loathe him, you can’t ignore him.

To read Cam’s previous articles click on his name in blue.

Blasphemy law through the backdoor

The European Court of Human Rights has essentially upheld Islamic blasphemy laws and have taken away an Austrian woman’s right to freedom of speech. They have criminalised her fact-based suggestion that the Prophet Muhammad was a paedophile because he had a six-year-old wife. The court ruled that they had the right to restrict her free speech because of how many Muslims would react to her words. The court fined her and unbelievably called her statement “wrong and offensive, even if Muhammad had married a six-year-old and had intercourse with her when she had been nine.”

So what was the backdoor way in which the European court justified imposing an Islamic blasphemy law (the Sharia) on a woman who had thought that she lived in a democratic and free country? quote.

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Abortion has never been a health matter: Trigger WARNING

Unborn baby 10-12 weeks

People who support the death penalty support it because they do not want certain criminals to be able to re-offend and because they want them punished permanently. Perhaps also because they see it as a deterrent factor to prevent serious crime. What they don’t do is call it a health matter.

Yes, it is true that we can now use medical drugs to execute criminals in a much more clean, efficient and painless way instead of the more brutal and messy, hanging, firing squad or electric chair; but using medical drugs to execute does not make the act a health matter. It is a medical procedure with the sole purpose of terminating a human life no matter how cleanly or painlessly it is administered.

Abortion is not a health matter for the same reasons yet our government wants to re-label it as such and remove its status as a criminal act. An unborn baby is not a disease and is 99.9% of the time not a threat to the life of the mother. Some may joke that it is a sexually transmitted disease but a baby is not a tumour or a virus and is clearly an individual and unique human that is not actually part of the mother’s body. The only difference between a baby conceived on purpose and one conceived accidentally is that one is loved and wanted and the other is not. No one ever loves a tumour or syphilis.

Abortion is unique in that, if a person performs one outside of an abortion clinic, it is considered a crime but the exact same act inside an abortion clinic magically becomes legal if the correct paperwork is filled out.

It is not dissimilar to capital punishment. If I administer a lethal drug to a man while he is sleeping and terminate him I am committing a crime no matter how bad he is but if I do the exact same thing as part of a legally sanctioned execution I will not only be allowed to do it, I will be paid for my services as his executioner.

However, in the case of the execution of an unborn child, the child is 100% innocent of any crime in both scenarios and abortion law as it currently stands does not even ensure that the termination of the innocent child’s life is quick and painless. We treat animals that we put down in Vet clinics with more humanity than we ‘put down’ unborn children in the womb who are killed in various gruesome and painful ways.

Did you know that in America killing a preborn turtle is illegal under federal law and comes with a $100,000 fine and one year in prison but killing a preborn human is legal under federal law and is funded by the government whilst being spun and applauded as being “empowering”?

In New Zealand, a newspaper has reported on proposed reforms to abortion law.quote.

 The Law Commission […] proposes three alternative legal models for lawful abortion, all of which would require abortion to be taken out of the Crimes Act and to repeal the requirement for two doctors to authorise the procedure.

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If you agree with me that’s nice, but what I really want to achieve is to make you question the status quo, look between the lines and do your own research. Do not be a passive observer in this game we call life.

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To read my previous articles click on my name in blue.