Dear friends & family in Christ,

Following is a very important article about stopping the torture of unborn children, written by Christopher Monckton of Brenchley.

Rise Up Australia Party has launched a major new campaign to protect babies being killed by abortion in Victoria from being tortured by abortionists during the death procedure.

Though the 2008 Abortion Law Reform Act in Victoria exempts abortionists who kill unborn children from prosecution for murder, the Federal 2010 Criminal Legislation Amendment (Torture Prohibition and Death Penalty Abolition) Act, which takes precedence over Victorian law, makes the torture of any person by or with the consent or acquiescence of any public official a criminal offence punishable by 20 years in prison.

Pastor Daniel Nalliah, founder and leader of Rise Up Australia Party, launched the campaign with a crowd of Rise Up Australia supporters on 10 November 2014 outside the “Fertility Control” and “Day Procedure” abortion abattoirs at 116-118 Wellington Parade, Melbourne.

You may click the following link to watch a short video of what happened yesterday outside an abortion clinic in East Melbourne and on the steps of Parliament.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RaCKR-VMHro&feature=youtu.be

Pastor Daniel said that unborn puppies had more rights in Victoria than unborn children of our own species. It was unacceptable, he said, that in a society that called itself civilized unborn children should not only be killed but tortured before they were killed.

Unborn children of 17 weeks’ gestation or more, he said, were fully capable of experiencing the trauma and suffering of their own death-agony. Yet the law did not require them to be given an anaesthetic before they were torn limb from limb or soaked in caustic salts or injected to the heart with a painful and fatal poison.

A lone protester shrieked that the foetus (the name she gave to the unborn child) was a part of the woman’s body. It had no rights. The campaign to prevent the torture of unborn children, she yelled, was an attempt to subjugate women.

Councillor Rosalie Crestani, a City of Casey councillor and Rise Up Australia Party executive member, disagreed with the protester. She read out a letter from Pastor Daniel to the leaders of all parties currently represented in the Victorian Parliament, describing the many cruel methods of baby-killing permitted in Victoria, and provided evidence that children in the womb are capable of feeling pain and experiencing suffering.

Lord Monckton told the Rise Up Australia demonstration that the party was giving legislators fair warning that if they did not pass a law ensuring that every unborn child of 17 weeks’ gestation or more was given an anaesthetic before he or she was killed they could themselves be found guilty of the Federal offence of torture.

No Crown immunity or Parliamentary privilege could be pleaded, he said.

A cameraman who said he was from Channel 7 briefly filmed the rally from the far side of Wellington Parade. He did not film what the three Rise Up Australia speakers said. But he crossed the road and filmed the lone protestor against the rally at some length, saying “Well done!” to her after he had finished filming.

The rally then moved to the steps of the Victoria Parliament in Spring Street. Pastor Daniel, accompanied by Lord Monckton, climbed the steps and handed in letters addressed to the Premier, Dr Dennis Napthine (Lib/Nat), and to the Leader of the Opposition, Mr Daniel Andrews (ALP).

Pastor Daniel plans to write to all newly-elected members of both Houses of the Parliament of Victoria after the November 29 election to invite them to contact him personally to say what steps they are willing to take to protect unborn children from torture at the hands of abortionists killing them in Victoria.

He said: “It is intolerable that the law does not follow the precautionary principle and require that every unborn child facing death is given a humane injection.”

In response to the party’s initiative in opposition to the torture of unborn children during their death procedures, not only was the number of comments on the Party’s Facebook page high but also 80% supported the party’s stance and only 20% opposed it.

Pastor Daniel has made it clear that Rise Up Australia will not only press for the Federal law on torture to be enforced: it will also continue to campaign for the outright repeal of the Abortion Law Reform Act 2008.

 


3 Responses to “Stop the torture of unborn children or be jailed – Nalliah”

  1. 1 Tim

    On this abortion / torture issue…
    Most times when I pray about abortion, for a number of years, kept coming back to the thought (maybe from God) that abortion will be checkmated by legalities.
    He who digs a pit will fall into it.
    The measure you use will be measured to you.
    So abortion lobbyists who twist the legal system to get their own way will be completely trapped by the very system they have used as a weapon – the legal system and the courts.
    What you are doing here seems to be very much along those lines – that abortion will be check-mated by legalities.
    I am very interested – I suspect this could get traction.

    Another thought I had had (when I had tried to “work out” what being check-mated by legalities meant), was I thought maybe that we could push to
    “make it illegal to coerce someone to have an abortion” (This is Anti-“free-choice” – right?)
    So once people knew they could get caught for pushing someone to have an abortion, they would be a lot more nervous about bullying someone into going ahead.
    Esp: Parents andf boyfriends – who probably have as much blood on their hands as anyone else in this blight on our land.
    Also puts more pressure on the instigators, rather than on the mothers, and is much harder to say “no” to.
    If a Greenie says “no”, we say, “Oh, you like people to bully the mothers do you?”
    Of course in practice, few girls would dobb in their relatives, but the same can be said for paedophilia – it is very similar.
    Statistics on abortion coercion would be handy to have.
    Anyway – just a thought.

    God Bless

    Tim

  2. 2 Gabrielle

    Can this billboard be driven around the Melbourne CBD central business district each day until the elections?

    It’s a great conscience wake up call and a good promotion for the party and the cause. God bless your efforts.
    Thanking you,
    Gabrielle

  3. 3 Philip

    “Though the 2008 Abortion Law Reform Act in Victoria exempts abortionists who kill unborn children from prosecution for murder, the Federal 2010 Criminal Legislation Amendment (Torture Prohibition and Death Penalty Abolition) Act, which takes precedence over Victorian law, makes the torture of any person by or with the consent or acquiescence of any public official a criminal offence punishable by 20 years in prison.”

    Shall return to this exercise in questionable legal verbiage (presumably a child of the liberty clipping Left?) shortly.

    I am no lawyer and am not female.

    Abortion to me is a misunderstood and unpleasant topic, but congratulations and best wishes for your efforts.

    Infanticide is a mark of a desperate society. I don’t know that the Bible even mentions abortion as such (?) except in Lamentations (?) where it talks about pitiful women eating babies in desperation.

    We may note that that great man of God, the late Kenneth E. Hagin, Snr., was an untimely birth initially discarded in the house yard until it was noticed that there were life signs. He was so damaged through premature arrival that incurable diseases pursued him to a teenage death bed. He got off his death bed with no medicine other than the Scriptures. He lived a healthy and valuable life as a great man of God until God took him (without disease) at something like eighty yrs.

    We may draw the obvious conclusions re. the value of children in the womb — valuable, now, and always valuable. The question of how a woman can deliberately kill a living part of her own body and a living human being, is outside my field of vision.

    Killing the liberties of everyday Australians is perhaps more understandable, since it has been going on at a frenetic pace for decades. Of course, shutting a naughty girl in her room just might be torture. Smacking young Freddy when he throws sand in the girls’ eyes just might be torture. Employing stern measures to bring bullies up in their tracks just might be torture. Since, as the niceties of the legal fine print imply, infanticide (through abortion) is not to be regarded as full blown murder, then perhaps correctional actions and who knows what else, besides, are to be regarded as torture? But perhaps not full blown torture?

    The liberty clippers, the go-nowhere verb merchants. But of course — how humane can they get? The champions of human rights! So righteous! Abolish the death penalty! (Only, don’t apply it to the unborn.)

    Abortion as such may not be to the fore in Scripture(?) but there is no problem upholding the death penalty and various forms of “torture(?)” i.e., standard correctional measures/police procedure/educational tools — from Scripture. I wouldn’t trust the movers of Acts such as this to tell me whether or not there is a public right of way through my back yard. Only the Scriptures can show the way — and the Bible technically is Law under the British System.

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