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Late Term Babies Left to Die in Queensland

MEDIA RELEASE

Late term babies left to die

For immediate release
14 June 2016

Queensland Health states 27 babies born alive during abortions were left to die!

Queensland Health disclosed to parliament that 27 babies were born alive after abortion and were left to die. “This means that every second week another little baby died after struggling to breathe after being aborted. At the same time, babies of the same gestational age were being cared for in neonatal wards. The only difference? The first group were deemed ‘unwanted’, ‘disabled’ or ‘inconvenient’”, Cherish Life Queensland State President Teresa Martin said.

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Cherish Life Queensland (previously Queensland Right to Life) is a non-denominational, non-party political association of people who are concerned about issues r
elating to a person's right to life, especially in relation to abortion, infanticide, embryo experimentation and euthanasia.

GOALS
  • To promote a respect for and protection of the intrinsic worth of human life at all ages and all stages, and to express our commitment

  • by positively embracing and celebrating life ourselves.

  • To educate people on pro-life issues, maintaining their enthusiasm and dedication to life, and challenge the community conscience in matters of justice, equality and respect for all people born and unborn.

  • To strive for effective protection by law of defenceless human life - born and unborn.

  • To use all democratic means to persuade legislators that support for life is both a responsibility and a vote winner, and to increase the awareness in the general public of voter power.

  • To express our love and compassion by promoting creative, lifegiving alternatives and by encouraging the community to take responsibility for providing support and care for those oppressed by circumstances or unable to speak for themselves.

  • To maintain and develop a respectful and caring attitude to self and one another, and to provide the support necessary for us to be united in our commitment to life.

  • To engage in sensitive interaction with other groups and individuals in the pursuit of the above goals.


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