The pro-life movement has long pointed out that a significant amount of mental gymnastics are required to maintain the various logical inconsistencies of the pro-choice ideology. Labour MP Ginny Andersen’s new Bill to give paid bereavement leave to parents who lose children to miscarriage or stillbirth is yet another example of those bizarre inconsistencies.
I walked in the March for Life on Saturday, 7th December. What a sight to see an estimated 2,400 enthusiastic pro-lifers, of all ages and ethnicities entering Parliament grounds to the ringing call of the karanga. The line of marchers stretched from Parliament all the way along Lambton Quay, led by the massed choir
Last week the New Zealand Parliament passed the assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill, which means it is now subject to a referendum at next year’s general election. The architects and proponents of this Bill have been hailing it as a piece of legislation which, if passed into law by referendum, will grant New Zealanders
Campaign of intimidation and criminal vandalism by anti free speech extremists against NZ pro-life groups will not succeed
VOICE FOR LIFE NZ PRESS RELEASE Friday 15 November Campaign of intimidation and criminal vandalism by anti free speech extremists against NZ pro-life groups will not succeed Over the past week anti free speech extremists have engaged in acts of criminal violence against pro-life billboards around New Zealand. Two billboards in
Passing of assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill is an abject failure of sound governance by the New Zealand Parliament
PRESS RELEASE Thursday 14 November 2019 Passing of assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill is an abject failure of sound governance by the New Zealand Parliament Voice for Life is extremely dismayed and concerned about the passing of the assisted suicide and euthanasia Bill at last night’s third and final reading in Parliament.