No to abortion decriminalisation in Scotland
Nothing is certain in this world except death and taxes, the saying goes, all the more for Scotland should the country’s new First Minister Humza Yousaf pursue his commitment to decriminalise abortion up to birth.
Before his rise to Scotland’s political throne, Yousaf stated: “I’m supporting calls” for “bringing forward decriminalisation proposals in current parliament term”, “improving access to abortion up to 24 weeks” and for “unequivocal support for buffer zones”. He also generously offered to “fund clinician training” with your money.
‘Tax the public to death, and tax the public for death’, appears to be the mantra of the newly-selected Scottish government. Despite millions of citizens across the UK being strongly opposed to the ritual of ‘sanitised’ child sacrifice, also known as ‘abortion’ or ‘pregnancy termination’, taxpayer money is unjustly ploughed into the murderous industry. Both have to stop.
Abortion is technically a crime in the UK under the criminal law, but exemptions enshrined in the Abortion Act 1967 allow the ‘taxes for axes’ industry to push through their demonic agenda under the mask of ‘healthcare’. Welcome to the world of the inverted and the perverted.
Decriminalising abortion desensitises society to murder, both by removing legal obstacles to abortion up to birth and also by teaching in law the principle that abortion is morally permissible.
It is long overdue that we reject the notion that nothing in this world is certain except death and taxes.
Sign this petition demanding that the First Minister of Scotland does not decriminalise abortion, but instead works to better serve Scotland’s children, women and men by outlawing abortion for good.
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