Terminating a Pregnancy is Murder

Dear MP,

Although it is hidden behind clean sounding language, the Abortion Law Reform Act 2019 legalises the starving, vacuuming or dismembering of helpless babies.

The dictionary section of the Abortion Law Reform Act 2019 defines what a termination means.

“termination means an intentional termination of a pregnancy in any way, including, for example, by—

(a)  administering a drug, or

(b)  using an instrument or other thing.”

The Australian Government website Health Direct (https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/abortion) helps explain what exactly is meant by these two methods of termination.

“The most common type of abortion is a surgical procedure called a ‘suction curette’. This involves removing of the lining and the contents of the uterus by applying gentle suction to the inside of the uterus with a small plastic tube.”

“Medical abortion is a 2-stage process. The first stage involves taking a tablet that blocks the hormone necessary for the pregnancy to continue. This is followed 36 to 48 hours later by a second medication that causes the contents of the uterus to be expelled.”

“A late-term or second trimester abortion is when a pregnancy is terminated after 14 weeks. The process is similar to a surgical abortion, but instead of suction, instruments are used to remove the fetus.”

Put in simple terms, most commonly babies in our state are vacuumed out of their warm and safe environment and dumped in a bin.

Some babies are starved of the nutrients and support that their mother’s body would naturally give them by suppressing the hormone progesterone.

Some very unfortunate babies who are too big to be vacuumed or starved are cut up inside their mothers womb before being pulled out piece by piece.

No civilised society should allow its citizens to go through such horrendous torture. I ask that you stand up for the unborn and abolish abortion in NSW.

Regards,

Thomas Eglinton

Please feel free to copy this letter for sending to your local MP. You can find your local MP contact details here for NSW and here for the Federal Government.

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