People who believe that abortion is a human right will logically believe that disruption of, and violence against, an academic event in which pro-lifers peacefully explain their views is an acceptable way of making use of their “freedom of expression”.
Because of systematic disturbances by pro-abortion hecklers, the discussion was moved to the premises of a conservative students’ association, which was subsequently attacked by stone throws. A glass door was destroyed. Fortunately no one was blessed. Continue reading “Violent assault against pro-life event in Bonn”
Yes, we all know that leftwing media outlets with no arguments to support their horrible ideology that cost the lives of millions of innocent children each year habitually seek to smear all pro-life activists with epithets such as “rightwing” or “ultra-conservative”… coming from a paper like the Guardian, these should be worn as a badge of honour.
This time, the Guardian is upset over the successes of the Center for Family and Human Rights in winning support for human rights at the UN. Worth reading.
Hours after they began the process of killing him through the withdrawal of artificial nutrition (which would have resulted in starving him to death), a French law court has ordered doctors to restore the life support of a man in a vegetative state whose controversial case has divided his family and the public.
Vincent Lambert, 42, sustained severe brain damage in a car accident in 2008 and has been on life support at Sebastopol Hospital in Reims, northeast France. He is breathing autonomously, but is unable to eat and drink. The case, which divides his family, has caught worldwide attention. His wife and siblings want him to die, claiming he will never recover from his vegetative state. They argue on the basis of oral statements he allegedly made before his accident (but without any written evidence) that he would have preferred to die rather than living in a comatose state. His parents, who claim that he is not suffering from any life-threatening illness but in a stable condition, in which he could continue living for many years and from which he (theoretically) even could recover, refuse to accept that life-sustaining basic care be withdrawn. Continue reading “Vincent Lambert: life support resumed – but final decision is still pending”
Social scientists who present evidence that the behaviors of sexual liberation are not harmful—in same-sex parenting research, this is couched as “no differences” from heterosexual parents in child well-being—do not merely claim that their conclusions are strong while contrary findings are weak. Instead, they claim that their conclusions are the only permissible ones, while contrary findings are necessarily unscientific. In their minds, contrary evidence either does not exist, or it must reflect pseudo-scientific bias.
In his meticulously researched new book, Same-Sex Parenting Research: A Critical Assessment, Walter Schumm, Professor of Family Studies at Kansas State University, turns this scenario on its head. Continue reading “New Book shows how LGBT-agenda is based on fake “science””
At last. The last edition of the so-called “Life Ball” in Vienna will take place on 8 June, and that will be the end of it. Good riddance.
Despite its name (which in fact evidences once more the tendency of cultural revolutionaries to manipulate language to such an extent that black becomes white and white becomes black), the Life Ball was actually a gruesome self-exhibition of the Culture of Death with all its decadence, insanity, and filth. And of course it was, contrary to the organisers’ pretensions, by no means a “charity event”. As one has read in the newspapers these days, it paid out around 30 million Euro for “charity purposes” over a period of 27 years, which was far less than the public subsidies that were poured into it by the government of the City of Vienna alone. The true reason for the city to sponsor the event was that it attracted a host of wealthy sodomites to visit the city and spend on average 600 Euro on the ball event as well as in local hotels, brothels, and other venues. The annual direct subsidy was 900K Euro; in addition, the city allowed the orgy to take place in the town hall and on the town hall square without requesting any payment – an additional advantage worth an estimated 180K Euro. Continue reading “After the Ball (some background info on the Vienna “Life Ball”)”
Ok, let us admit that we have been a bit slow. Over a year ago, when the EU chief lobbyist of the worldwide baby-slaughtering industry, Neil Datta, had released a report in which he wrote about a pro-life network of “Vatican surrogates” and their (in his peculiar view) “dangerous” agenda, we announced that we would release the full and unabridged document to which he was referring, so that everyone could make his or her own judgment. Continue reading “And here it is at last: THE FULL AND UNABRIGED top-secret strategy document, that sets an AGENDA FOR EUROPE!!!”
The UK Supreme Court has unanimously decided that the refusal to bake a cake with the message “Support Gay Marriage” on it cannot be qualified as “discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation”.
The judges emphasized the importance of the right to freedom from forced speech, pointing out that “the rights to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, and to freedom of expression … include the right not to be obliged to manifest beliefs one does not hold…”. Continue reading “UK Supreme Court: no obligation to bake cake with pro-sodomy-propaganda”