Sunday, 6 April 2008

I don't know how he sleeps at night....

The Blair has spoken :

Just how many abject heresies, heterodoxies, apostasies, relativisms, pragmatisms etc he resorted to [I won't say lowered himself to] during his Westminster lecture I will leave the rest of you to deduce.

It's very hard to love one's neighbour when they come in the colour of our beloved ex-PM. Basically it's a "let's all agree to disagree but have a group hug anyway"
To him faith is a great thing - of course it doesn't matter if it's true or not - and if we try to live according to our beliefs it must never ruffle anyone's feathers or impinge on anyone else's rights. The speech [of course] repulsed and sickened me - I expected nothing else from the blessed 'Tone' ; whom I have already stated on many occasions on this site wouldn't know what catholicism was if it bit him on the bum : besides which, I'm waiting for a confirmation that his repentance of sins at his reception into the Church included his Anti-Life conspiracy and his mendacious warmongering.

...From s.p.u.c. president John Smeaton's 11th January letter to Tony Blair

The Catholic Church teaches that “In the case of an intrinsically
unjust law, such as a law permitting abortion or euthanasia, it is…never licit to obey it,
or to ‘take part in a propaganda campaign in favour of such a law, or to vote for it’”.
(Evangelium Vitae, 73)
We would therefore be most grateful if, in the light of your reception into the Catholic
church, you would tell us if you now repudiate:

-voting in 1990 for abortion up to birth three times during Parliamentary debates on what became the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990;
-personally endorsing your government’s policy of supplying abortion and birth control drugs and devices to schoolgirls as young as 11 without parental knowledge or consent;
-your government introducing legislation which has led to a law which allows, and in certain circumstances requires, doctors to starve and dehydrate to death vulnerable patients;
-your government’s commitment to the promotion of abortion on demand as a universal fundamental human right.
-personally championing destructive experiments on human embryos.

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