Oct 23 2015

Liam Neeson supports Irish abortion reform and the pro-life fanatics get their knickers in a twist!

Tag: Female Topics,health/lifestyle,Newswendy @ 3:40 pm

It is one thing sure to get the forced-birth advocates jumping up and down screaming with indignation….just mention the phrase ‘Repeal the 8th‘ and away they go. It’s what we, the advocates for women’s choice, expect from them. Any mention of Irish women being granted ownership and control of the contents of their wombs and the sweaty-Bettys and wanky-Frankies reel out their fake abortion ‘photos’ (which are ACTUALLY photos of autopsies on fetuses and babies who died in-utero) and their pseudo-psycho fake evidence that women are ‘damaged’ by terminating a pregnancy…tell that to Savita Halappanavar. Oh, wait…you can’t…she died when her body was poisoned by toxins released from a dying fetus  after the Irish doctors in the Irish hospital she was unlucky to be taken to refused to act and terminate her failing pregnancy. There was a tiny, piddling, fetal heartbeat barely left – Savita’s heart was still beating strongly – and yet her heartbeat was not of enough priority to warrant her being given urgent attention in time to save her. A dying fetus was therefore allowed to kill an otherwise treatable woman.  So, poor Savita, she’d like to tell you how women are MORE damaged by toxic pregnancies but sadly her right to her own life was ignored and she lost her life altogether.

But now we have a new hero in our cause…Liam Neeson. And we women need a hero like Liam to further our cause because Ireland in the 21st century still treats pregnancy and pregnant women with attitudes dragged from the Middle Ages. And when you try and drag such people kicking and screaming into the modern era you always get a certain amount of noise….

But we will prevail. Ireland WILL Repeal the 8th. You can bet on it.

Watch Liam’s contribution to this important cause here.




Copyright © 2007-2015 Cultured Views. All rights reserved.


Sep 07 2015

Why so much secrecy around missing toddler William Tyrrell?

Tag: Australiawendy @ 1:55 pm

Three year old NSW toddler William Tyrrell disappeared from outside his grandmother’s house in the NSW town of Kendall without trace almost one year ago. No clues as to his whereabouts to date have been found, the child was playing in a quiet street in a quiet town and has seemingly vanished into thin air.

Why then are there legal injunctions in place that effectively gag his foster parents from being identified by name and by appearance? why can they not speak out about William’s full story and why are his biological parents not even mentioned in media reports?

A little child is missing and nobody is allowed to say anything of substance. Who is that legal injunction protecting?

Copyright © 2007-2015 Cultured Views. All rights reserved.


Sep 03 2015

Aylan. Islamic State killed this child – not Europe.

Tag: Newswendy @ 10:13 am

ayanWhile Europe debates what to do with the masses of migrants arriving in Europe from the Middle-East and Africa, this photo of a 3 year old Kurdish boy is now serving to fuel demands for the UK to accept tens of thousands wishing to claim asylum. Bleeding-heart liberals are now jumping on the bandwagon using this poor child’s death, having drowned when the overcrowded dinghy he was on with his mother and brother sank in the Mediterranean, as a reason for taking in unsustainable numbers of asylum seekers.

This child did not die because of Europe’s farce of being borderless. This child did not die because David Cameron has, rightfully, chosen to limit the number of Syrians being granted asylum in the UK. This child died because ISIS drove his mother, and countless others, to flee their homeland. This child died because of people smugglers capitalising on human misery. This child died because Africans and other economic migrants are taking up space in those boats looking for an unchallenged entry ticket to Europe. Why are the boats always full of young males rather than women and children?

Prioritise. Africans have an entire continent to choose to move around. They don’t need to be in boats heading to Greece or Turkey, the boat that child was on was overcrowded with predominantly young males, we do know that. Families…men and women with their children need to be given priority over hoodie-wearing African and Middle-Eastern males once they have arrived in a safe country. Even so, processing these people in Europe will not stop desperate families getting into the boats in Libya and Syria. No refugee policy in Europe would have stopped Aylan drowning.

But lay the blame for Aylan’s death at the real source – Islamic State. The world powers know where they are and they need immediate action to wipe them out.

Copyright © 2007-2015 Cultured Views. All rights reserved.


May 25 2015

Gay marriage vote gets a resounding ‘yes’ in the Republic of Ireland

Tag: health/lifestyle,Newswendy @ 8:16 am

Well done to the people of Ireland who last Friday recognised the basic human right of consenting adult individuals to marry the partner of their choice. It is an acknowledgement by a maturing nation that love and commitment, and the right to formalise such, should not be dictated or restricted by sexuality.

Now, let’s address that other basic human right that IS restricted to sexuality…the right to choose whether or not to give birth. A vote to repeal the 8th Amendment and give women the right to decide not to continue with a pregnancy. The right to bodily autonomy is the most basic human right there is – and while pregnancy remains inextricably tied to a woman’s body it must be her choice and hers alone what to do with it.

Copyright © 2007-2015 Cultured Views. All rights reserved.

Next Page »

Copyright (c) 2007-2014 Wendy.