Abortion Activists Think It’s Better if Disabled Babies are Aborted Rather Than Live With a Disability

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Abortion Activists Think It’s Better if Disabled Babies are Aborted Rather Than Live With a Disability

Nicole Lee is one of Australia’s leading disability-rights advocates. A spinal cord injury when she was young left Nicole Lee dependent on a wheelchair for mobility. But, as she revealed in a recent article at Quartz.com, accessibility and discrimination aren’t the only challenges women with disabilities face.

UN Calls Out Australia For Allowing Forced Sterilisation Of Women With Disabilities

Forced sterilisation is considered tantamount to torture, so why is it still a procedure in Australia? Forced sterilisation of women and girls with disabilities in Australia is an ongoing practice. It has been condemned as an act of violence and torture by the United Nations, and yet it continues.

BreakPoint: Iceland ‘Close to Eradicating Down Syndrome Births’

http://www.breakpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/082317_BP.mp3 One Scandinavian country’s treatment of the vulnerable is a barometer for where the rest of the world is headed. While the nation was cringing last week and every media outlet buzzing about the neo-Nazi imagery from Charlottesville, another story reminiscent of the Third Reich emerged from, of all places, Iceland.CBS tweeted out the story with the tagline: “Iceland is on pace to virtually eliminate Down syndrome through abortion.”

The Point: The Dark Side of Legalized Euthanasia – Break Point

Imagine an elderly patient sitting on the bed in a sterile hospital room. The doctor approaches her with a needle, but she, a dementia patient, wants no part of it.So at the doctor’s request, the old woman’s daughter and son-in-law hold her down. Despite the struggle, the doctor succeeds in administering the injection.