The subject of abortion is once again in the news. And significantly, Brisbane lawyer and incoming Queensland senator Amanda Stoker and Liberal National party MP George Christiansen have both spoken out publicly against the practice. Christiansen was reported as saying “he was filled with shame when he learned the federal coalition gave $9.5 million to an international planned parenthood agency that he claimed made money from terminations.”
Whereas Ms Stoker said: “Children and babies may not be able to vote but we must ensure that they are heard and protected by all those who govern.”
But not everyone was as gracious with their words. In particular, Jackie Trad, the Deputy Premier of Queensland, accused Ms Stocker on Twitter of taking “to the streets to preach hate about women & their right to choose.” [See here for Stocker’s speech]
Augusto Zimmerman, one of Australia’s leading experts in constitutional law, has published a series of brilliant articles in Quadrant, where he persuasively explores the historical connection between Feminism and Nazi Germany—whom he provocatively labels as, “Feminazis”—as well as what Zimmerman refers to as Feminism and Gendercide.
Read the rest at: No God Abortions