Abortion – the harsh realities

I have just come accross The UK LifeLeaguethey report "Over 6 million British babies have been killed by abortion since 1967, nearly 700 a day at present. Modern technology, imaging techniques and research have shown beyond doubt that the unborn child is very much a human being. Don't be fooled by the de-humanizing language used by abortion clinics, 'family planning' clinics and pro-choice groups. When it comes to life we believe in calling a spade a spade. Abortion is not 'choice' it is the … [Read more...]

The slippery slope….

LAte abortions in the UK are strictly limited to those who have severe handicaps. Cleft lips, surely were not intended by the law to be included. So sue them decided a brave curate. … [Read more...]

Abortion Kills Another

Abortion Kills Another: "Another woman was killed by abortion. This time an 18 year old girl. At first report no mention that it was caused by the RU-486 pill given to kill babies in the womb. " … [Read more...]

Abortion laws 'to be challenged'

Abortion laws in the UK may fall foul of the European constitution.Professor Jack Scarisbrick, national director of the charity Life, said he was confident they could win. 'If you have a law which says special needs children can be killed, you are clearly practising eugenics,' he told BBC News Online. 'It is weeding out substandard human beings.' "Of course UK laws are not fully applied as it is- the law states that abortion is allowed only where the life or health of mother or child are … [Read more...]

Blogging from my hotel

After being in three different European countries in two days its great t be able to blog from the comfort of my hotel room. I was lucky enough to be delayed at Heathrow the other day so that in fact from my waiting lounge window I got a perfect view of the last three commercial landings of concorde. This made me think of several things. 1stly life is about being in the right place at the right time and mostly that is about luck. 2nd despite the first point those who suceed in life are those … [Read more...]

Schumacher to call it a day?

itv.com/f1 - James Allen: "He stood for several minutes in the corridor behind the podium in floods of tears. Unable to speak, utterly exhausted and empty. "After driving a cautious clumsy race, Formula Ones champion of chamions Micheal Schumacher was drained and empty. Why should he continue now? What more could he possibly prove? The only thing that could possibly drive him now is loyalty to the team which he calls his family.What can possibly drive a champion like him to keep going … [Read more...]

Daniel Bedingfield Albumn recorded in bedroom!

Amazing that even today an albumn can be recorded in a bedroom and sell a million copies!Daniel Bedingfield Unofficial - The Unofficial Resource For Fans Of Daniel Bedingfield!: "PC: And it all started with a song that started out of a bedroom DB: That's right! Yeah I still do all my stuff from my bedroom. Still do all the production and stuff. Actually the whole album was done pretty much in my bedroom with one computer and a mic. PC: Yeah I guess technology has advanced that much that you … [Read more...]

Mel Gibson's Passion aand antisemitism

'Mel Gibson's Passion is faithful to scripture, and that's why critics are angry,' says Bible scholar Darrell Bock. He goes on to say 'This film is extraordinary. I've never seen a film quite like it.' … [Read more...]

The Man Who Sued God

Can't find much comment about this, although the reviews seem mixed. I might even have to go and see it. It seems this is about an attempt to Sue the almighty for damages for an 'act of God' which the insurance company wouldn't pay out for! According to the BBC, The Man Who Sued God is a hard film to categorise. It's also a hard film not to like, since its so-absurd-it-could-be-true story about a man who decides to sue Him Upstairs for damages is nicely played by all concerned. In his first … [Read more...]

The passion- are Jews to blame

The Jewish Journal Of Greater Los Angeles: "'There are only two parties to what occurred the Jews, of whom Jesus was one of them, and the Romans,' Hier said. 'Now since the Romans are not here anymore, if you're upset with how Jesus died, there's only people left to blame and that's the Jews.'"The heat that is being generated by this Gibson film is quite something. Of course the Jews were to blame for killing Jesus, but so were the Romans, so were the other nationalities who were no doubt … [Read more...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X