In an interview with radio station fiveaa in Adelaide in 2011 Hon Ann Bressington MLC (SA) tells journalist that babies born alive after a termination are "thrown into a kidney dish and wheeled into the freezer to die".
Tasmania may be small, but it will punch far above its weight on the world stage in shutting down protests against abortion if a new bill now passed in the House of Assembly is passed in the Upper House, writes Mishka Gora.
“Australians are being forced via their taxes to subsidize the death drug RU 486. This drug has claimed one woman's life in Australia already," states Dr Katrina Haller, Senior Exec Officer, Right to Life Australia.
“The conviction of Philadelphia abortionist, Kermit Gosnell, on three charges of first-degree murder highlights what the abortion industry tries to disguise – that is, that the killing of an unborn baby is in fact an act of homicide - especially the deliberate ending of the life of a child still alive after being aborted,” said Margaret Tighe, President of The Right to Life Australia.
Mrs Tighe said, “Many Australians who are horrified at the gruesome tactics of Dr Gosnell would be oblivious of the fact that, with abortions being legal up to birth in Victoria and The A.C.T., some babies are aborted and born alive in late term clinics and then left to die because they are not meant to be alive.”
The Right to Life Australia Inc. defends the right to life of all human beings, from conception until natural death. Right to Life Australia lobby government for legal protection of the most vulnerable in our society – the preborn, the old and sick and those with disabilities. Right to Life Australia provide free counselling to women facing crisis pregnancies and Right to Life Australia are non-party political and non-denominational.