Online Petition against the new Abortion Law Reform law in Victoria

Okay, so it’s law now – but that doesn’t mean we can’t tell ’em we are “not happy”. Support this online petition by passing it on to your friends via email or your blog. (Nb. you might smile at the distinction between “Christian” and “Catholic” in the petition…)

Dear friends,

Please add your voice to this online petition:

1. Opposition to Abortion Law Reform 2008 (Victoria, Australia)

Published by Dr. Jereth Kok, MBBS on Oct 25, 2008

“We want to send a message to the Victorian Parliament (the Government, Opposition and all sitting members) that tens of thousands of Christian and Catholic voters are opposed to the new Law.”

If you are Victorian, please sign the petition at:
http://www.gopetition.com.au/online/22855.html

You can also sign the following international petition (open to everyone):

2. UN Petition for the Unborn Child! (Already has 51,911 signatures)

Published by C-FAM (Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute)

“We have initiated a petition drive that calls for governments to interpret the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as protecting the unborn child from abortion.

Along with a coalition of pro-life groups from around the world, we will present our petitions at a press conference at UN headquarters.”

Please sign the petition at http://www.c-fam.org/publications/id.95/default.asp

Please also forward this email to your contacts. This is a simple way to send a message that there are heaps of people who care.

Bless you,

Kirsten Jack and Matthew Prince
kirstenjack1@gmail.com

P.S. If you are from Tasmania, you may also like to sign a petition for Baby Safe
Havens at http://senatorhelenpolley.com.au/

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3 responses to “Online Petition against the new Abortion Law Reform law in Victoria

  1. Jeff Tan

    Hi David! This white paper by A/Prof Maureen Condic might also be of interest to you, “When does human life begin?”

    I found out about it via an interview she gave to Zenit.org

  2. Schütz

    Thank you for that, Jeff. What a remarkably short, concise and simple explanation – even a lay (= non-high-priest-of-science) person can understand it.

    What does “white paper” mean in this context?