Friday, February 8, 2013

Cardinal Burke, Vatican Mob Boss, Pisses on Savita Halappanavar’s Grave and her Right to Life in Irish Press

Savita Halappanavar - Murdered in Ireland by Irish / Catholic Sharia Law

"The tragic death of Savita Halappanavar has triggered a frenzy amongst abortion activists in a similar way to which deception and lies were used in the case of Norma Jean McCorvey's pregnancy in 1973. What lessons can the Irish government learn from the McCorvey case to prevent the Savita Case becoming Ireland's Roe vs Wade?"

"The death of Savita Halappanavar is indeed tragic. It is, however, contrary to right reason to hold that an innocent and defenceless human life can be justifiably destroyed in order to save the life of the mother. 

"The Irish people, and especially the Irish government, should be very alert to the kind of argumentation which will be used by the secular media and by secular ideologues, in general, claiming that the destruction of the new human life in her womb could have saved the life of Savita Halappanavar and, therefore, would have been justified. Such an argument is absurd in itself. 

"Even though, if the reports are correct, Savita Halappanavar requested an abortion, her request would not have made it right for the law to permit such an act which is always and everywhere wrong."

Cardinal Burke - Senior Vatican Mob Figure



Anonymous said...

This monster is in error: the only defenceless life was the life of Savita, since the entire medical staff, the entire "ethical" commission of the hospital and the entire system of these Catholic Irish hospitals were fully geared to defend the rights of Savita's miscarried baby to wait for his death. Nobody was more defenceless than Savita in all this story.
And the attempt of this monster to place blame by speaking about "new life" is pathetic. A miscarried baby just waiting to die isn't a "new life" whose "defence" could ever be more important than defending the life of his mother.

M.McShea said...

"Monster" for that bag of human shit is too kind a word.