Miriam Defensor Santiago!
Fr. Joel Tabora!
Fr. Joaquin Bernas!
Ateneo "professors" when some are mere clerks!
Are you reading this???
The so-called Morning After Pill, often called “emergency contraception” by the medical establishment, is not a “life-saving commodity,” the head of the Holy See delegation told the 66th World Health Assembly in Geneva this week. Such drugs are in reality “a direct attack” on the life of the unborn child. [Guess the arrogant Jesuit in Davao and the neurotic senator will still beg to disagree!]
In his address, Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski responded to the World Health Organization’s Resolution EB132.R4, which urges member states to improve the quality, supply, and use of 13 “life-saving commodities.” [it kills the unborn by a woman who is not needing a life saving commodity! The woman just had sex and does not even intend to have a baby! Sheesh!]
The list includes “emergency contraception.”
Archbishop Zimowski said the Holy See “strongly agrees with the need to achieve further reductions in the loss of life and prevention of illness through increased access to inexpensive interventions” but insisted that they must all be “respectful of the life and dignity of all mothers and children at all stages of life, from conception to natural death.” [conception to natural death. always remember that!]
While some of the WHO’s recommendations, he said, “are truly life-saving, that of ‘emergency contraception’ can hardly be labeled as such since it is well known that, when conception already has occurred, certain substances used in ‘emergency contraception’ produce an abortifacient effect.” [ And yet the arrogant Jesuit in Davao and the neurotic senator will still beg to disagree!]
“For my delegation, it is totally unacceptable to refer to a medical product that constitutes a direct attack on the life of the child in utero as a ‘life-saving commodity’ and, much worse, to encourage ‘increasing use of such substances in all parts of the world,’” he said.
Patrick Buckley, the international affairs officer of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, commented that the intervention was well placed.
The World Health Assembly is the annual general meeting of the World Health Organization and is discussing universal health coverage, women and children’s health, and monitoring the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals, [which I call Millenial DEATH Goals!] all of which have relevance to the issue of abortion and artificial contraception.
Earlier this year, abortion advocates used the three-day Global Maternal Health Conference in Tanzania to promote the idea of universal coverage for abortion as part of the MDGs.
Buckley said, “It is good to hear the Holy See speaking out boldly on this fundamental issue. Women are entitled to the truth - and the Catholic Church is serving the best interests of women, children and families worldwide, when it proclaims the truth fearlessly on abortion and abortifacient products in world assemblies.” [Do you think that arrogant Jesuit in Davao and the neurotic senator serves the best interest of families and women? Nah! Both are attention hungry. period.]
In another intervention, Jeanne Head, R.N., National Right to Life vice-president for international affairs and UN representative said that women, especially in the developing world, “face numerous risks with abortion, legal or illegal.”
“Yet some in the international community have focused their resources primarily on legalizing abortion at the expense of women’s lives and health,” she said.
In a submission to the meeting, Scott Fischbach of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach, said, “The evidence is overwhelming: Abortion is dangerous for women. Abortion is by its very nature a violent and damaging procedure.” [Yet Risa "the Veteran Loser" Hontiveros, still pushes to legalize abortion here in the country. Thank God for the constitutional ban! By the way, is there a way to ban Veteran Losers in Senatorial Elections?]
Speaking for a coalition of international pro-life groups, Fischbach said, “We call upon the WHA to acknowledge that abortion needlessly puts women at serious risk, both physically and psychologically. We urge the World Health Assembly to adopt measures that protect women from abortion and improve women’s health care.”
Do you think the arrogant Jesuit in Davao and the neurotic senator will think that pills are abortifacients?
Do you think the arrogant Jesuit in Davao and the neurotic senator will still think that pills promote abortion?
They will still brandish their geniuses and their infallible consciences as the be-all and end-all to all debates.
If you have a screwed up conscience and a spaghetti wired brain like that arrogant Jesuit in Davao and the neurotic senator, then you have a better chance of winning the lottery than getting a REAL CATHOLIC answer from those two!
Not even a papal statement about this issue could sway those two.
Oh sorry. I forgot, Your Holiness. Those two disregarded you already.
Oh well. Mandaluyong residents...sa looban!