Guvernul conservator polonez vrea să restrângă accesul la ‘pilula de a doua zi’

Beata Szydlo, prim-ministrul Poloniei Foto Cultura Vietii

Guvernul conservator naţionalist polonez vrea să restrângă accesul la ‘pilula de a doua zi’. ‘Pilula de a doua zi’ NU este o metodă contraceptiva, ci un avortiv timpuriu

În virtutea unui proiect de lege adoptat fără niciun anunţ marţi – întâmplarea a făcut să fie vorba chiar de Sfântul Valentin – de către cabinetul premierului Beata Szydlo şi care mai trebuie votat în parlament, pilula se va vinde doar cu prescripţie.

Partidul Dreptate şi Justiţie (PiS), la putere în Polonia de peste un an, a oprit deja finanţarea publică pentru fecundarea in vitro.

În toamna lui 2016, PiS a încercat să limiteze dreptul la avort, care este şi aşa printre cele mai restrictive din Europa.

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JULY 8th in WARSAW, POLAND: Join the international Protest against Child Kidnapping in Norway

Iulie 8 - Protest Contra Barnavernet la Summitul NATO din Varsovia…
Protest in Warsaw/Poland: July 8th, 2pm

via Steven Bennett

VIDEO by Tuluba Hörspiel

On 8 July, during the NATO summit in Warsaw, Krzysztof Rutkowski will hold a march demanding the return of children who have been taken away! Parents from Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany and other countries are coming to join the march!

Read more here –

STOP BARNEVERNET Protest International la Warsaw, Poland 30 Ianuarie 2016

STOP BARNEVERNET Protest POLAND_ Warsaw 2016 January 30

at 1 PM – 3 PM 

Protest  Barnevernet, la Varsovia, Polonia in 30 ianuarie 2016:

European Parliament Rejects Bill Declaring Abortion a Fundamental Human Right (for now)

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Some welcome news from the European continent, and a collective sigh of relief for the thousands of lives that will be saved, for now.. Why the abortion rights advocates and some European leaders pushed for a vote that would declare abortion as a human right is perplexing, when, if you look at the photo at the bottom of this post, aside from Ireland, where abortion is legal when the life of the mother is threatened, the rest of the countries make it very easy and lawful to terminate the life of one’s child. The draft is full of condemnations of countries that do not have unrestricted abortions (see examples below video). has been working with the public, in petitioning the EU MEP’s to vote against this resolution which not only promotes abortion, but infringes on the laws already in place in the EU member countries-

You can read the EU resolution that was voted upon here: “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights” (SRHR). This resolution promotes abortion as a fundamental right, attacks the right to conscientious objection, the rights of parents, and calls on the European Union to fund abortion in its Foreign and Development Aid Policy.  This text calls for more abortions and less rights for conscientious objectors and parents; it recommends nothing in relation to the prevention of abortion or support for pregnant women. Read more at

Video of the EU Parliament Vote

VIDEO by Antoine Pasquier

Although the resolution was described as non binding, you can see that in the details, the resolution is aiming to override the sovereign borders of the member countries where abortions does have some restrictions in place. Here is part of the draft resolution in greater detail, from

–          It condemns “the abuse of conscientious objection” (§G) in relation to abortion and calls on Member States to “regulate and monitor the use of conscientious objection” (§11).  According to the explanatory report “There are cases [of conscientious objection] reported from Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Ireland and Italy where nearly 70% of all gynaecologists and 40% of all anaesthesiologists conscientiously object to providing abortion services.” (p.12 & 13)

–          It condemns “medically unnecessary waiting periods” that is to say a period of reflection between the request for an abortion and the abortion itself.

–          It condemns the “overly restrictive interpretations of existing limits” to abortion in Ireland, Malta and Poland (§G).

–          It claims that abortion is a human right guaranteed by international law. (§7, 10)

–          It maintains that adolescents have a “right to confidentiality” as regards sexual and reproductive health: this implies that parents would be deprived of their rights when their daughter is pregnant (§14).

–          It invites Member States to ensure compulsory sexual education for all children even outside of school (§15).  This sexual education “must include the fight against stereotypes and prejudices, shed light on gender and sexual orientation discrimination, and structural barriers to substantive equality.” (§16)

–          It calls on the EU to finance abortion in poor countries through the European Development Fund for the period 2014-2020 (§22) and calls on the EU to incorporate the “SRHR”, which includes abortion, in the framework for European development cooperation (§23) on the grounds “that investments in reproductive health and family planning” would be “among the most cost-effective, in terms of development, and the most effective ways to promote the sustainable development of a country.” (§21)

The report from Life Site News:

The European Parliament today rejected a report that recommended that EU nations declare abortion to be a human right and to make abortion available within all public health systems of member countries. Adoption of the report would have placed more pressure on pro-life nations like Ireland, Poland and Malta to legalize abortion on demand. (Photo credit, on right

“The report states that 20 member nations permit abortion on demand (generally with a gestational limit). Of the seven remaining nations, three have very liberal restrictions regarding abortion while three nations will perform abortions only under more limited circumstances,” says pro-life analyst Nora Sullivan. “The measure the European Parliament is now considering contains no limits regarding gestational age – leaving open the possibility of elective-abortion-until-day-of-birth as a human right. Doubly disturbing are the severe infringement on conscience protections of physicians (specifically gynecologists and anesthesiologists) that are proposed.”

“This measure claims to be a human rights issue yet it fundamentally ignores the human rights of the three key people involved in this tragic act.  It ignores the most basic right, the right to life, of the baby at the center of the whole issue.  It ignores women’s real needs by hiding them behind the iron curtain of abortion rhetoric.  And it ignores the conscience of the doctor, who is being asked to end a human life after spending years training how to preserve it,” Sullivan said. “The European Union should not be asking physicians to suppress their consciences; it should be trying to find its own.”

After the voting was complete, 351 MEPs voted to send the pro-abortion bill back to committee while 319 voted against the move to zap the legislation.
The report asserts that currently, in countries where abortion is legal, it is often rendered unavailable due to physicians’ “abuse of conscientious objection or overly restrictive interpretations of existing limits.”

The proposed legislation seeks to require member nations to “regulate and monitor the use of conscientious objection so as to ensure that reproductive health care is guaranteed as an individual’s right, while access to lawful services is ensured and appropriate and affordable referrals systems are in place.”

The report goes on to state, “There are cases reported from Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Poland, Ireland and Italy where nearly 70 per cent of all gynecologists and 40 per cent of all anesthesiologists conscientiously object to providing abortion services.”

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