Please reprogramme your conscience to be compliant with State directives
We know how much New Labour despises the individual (not just the family). They hate intelligence (because a little knowledge in the proles is a dangerous thing to the elite); that’s why we had to be dumbed down. They hate goodness (because through goodness comes strength); that’s why they teach children that all religions are equal to Christianity and all sexual deviations are as worthy as marriage.
For a complete takeover of the individual, his conscience must also be brought into line with State expectations. Churches must employ people who live contrary to Christian ethics. Teachers must impart lies to the children in their keep. Even the pharmacists’ conscience clause is now under threat after centuries of protecting the rights of dispensing chemists.
The right of pharmacists to refuse to dispense controversial drugs is under threat after a consultation asked if it should be scrapped.
For centuries, pharmacists have been able to decline services with which they disagree on moral or religious grounds.
A significant number, mainly Christians and Muslims, have refused women the morning-after pill because they believe it is a form of abortion.
To alarm, however, the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence, a Government quango that oversees the health professions, is asking whether the practice should continue.
How many quangos and fake charities is that we have pushing abortion? All to ensure Regulatory Excellence, of course.
Calls for the conscience clause to be scrapped have come from pharmacists as well as groups such as the National Secular Society.
It would be the Secularists, wouldn’t it? And obviously the ‘calls’ only came from certain pharmacists. And why should they be concerned? If some chemists refuse to prescribe abortion pills, then that means more (blood) money for them.
What’s next? Will bakers be forced to sell battenburg cakes against their will? Will newsagents who disaprove of Halloween be required by law to stock masks, witches’ hats and rubber bats? Of course they won’t. That’s because contraception and abortion and the whole promotion of sex thing is part of a social engineering agenda which has to be seen through to the end. It’s the same blitzkrieg approach that means parents are being denied the right to have their children opt out of sex ‘education’. They must be indoctrinated at every opportunity. Nobody should be allowed to escape the net and be in a position to tell others there are better ways. Even those children who are home-schooled are to be under greater state scrutiny.
When the Bible warns us that we are “not our own,” it means that we are God’s, not the State’s.
But anti-abortionists are warning the code of ethics is in danger of being ‘hijacked by an anti-life agenda’.
Eugenics is here to stay. There are even plans to introduce five year-olds to their ‘rights’ to abortion. This really is how far we have fallen and we’re still falling fast.
The consultation, which ends on January 12, is part of plans to set up a new General Pharmaceutical Council to regulate the profession.
Regulate the conscience, you mean.
The Department of Health denied that Ministers, who have been struggling to bring down teenage pregnancy rates, had any role in the questionnaire.
They are struggling to bring down teenage pregnancy rates because they concentrate on doing just that and that alone as if pregnancy just happens in isolation and there are no other factors that need addressed. This is because people from abortion and contraceptive ’services’ like the FPA and Brook ‘advise’ the government to promote abortion and contraceptive ’services’. It is a vicious circle from what I can deduce.
When you see that some teenage girls have been getting multiple terminations on demand, you begin to understand who benefits from the government’s strategy.
Some experts have questioned whether the clause is ‘in keeping with the rising rights and expectations of Health Service users’.
As usual, someone mentions the word ‘rights’. No doubt everyone will flap around desperate to promote this new ‘right’ and ensure the nation complies. It would be funny if it wasn’t so pathetic.
The Church of England, however, says many Christians would wish for their right to refuse emergency contraception to be preserved.
But the humanists and secularists say we should just shut up because we have no right to influence society. We should keep our beliefs private. They, on the other hand, should boss us all around based on their beliefs. I bet they cannot see the folly in their thinking.