NZPP Policy – Rights of the Unborn

■ Rights of the Unborn

The Rights of the Person Extends to that of the Unborn

The emotional manipulation of procreation has created societal division instead of being seen for what it is: the most basic survival drive of the human race.

We at New Zealand Public Party do not support abortion but recognise this as a ‘right to choose’ issue, however, we are against using abortion as a method of contraception and a means to justify the killing of babies for fetal tissue and organ harvesting..

We also understand that there could be reasons for abortion such as rape, unsafe pregnancy and health reasons but recognise the law as it currently stands is inhumane, therefore we are dedicated to repealing it.

We want to make sure the rights of the unborn child are protected right from conception, along with the rights of the mother.

People have the right to prevent unwanted conception, regardless of religion or creed. We will fully fund contraception and further contraceptive research.

It is important to us that we get our policy right, and to ensure this we are currently in consultation with a wide group of people who work in this field, including midwives and doctors..

In March 2020, during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand MPs introduced the most extreme abortion law in the world after the Abortion Legislation Bill passed its third reading in Parliament. Prior to this law passing, Victoria, Australia had the most extreme law.

[Sources have been linked in the below.]

The new law in New Zealand includes:

Abortion will now be available on-demand, for any reason, up to birth.

 

 

 

It will allow abortions between 20-weeks’ gestation and birth with the go-ahead from just two health practitioners (this could include nurses and midwives) rather than the higher threshold of two doctors that are required in Victoria..

In the proposed legislation in New Zealand, the Abortion Legislation Committee widened the, already loose, criteria to include “overall well-being” – making it even easier for abortions to happen between 20 weeks and birth in New Zealand. These are undefined terms and it will be up to the healthcare practitioner involved as to how they interpret them.

It is well known among those in the vaccine industry that aborted fetal tissue is used in organ harvesting and to produce vaccines. Stanley Plotkin MD, a leading global authority in vaccinology, explains: https://www.vaccineingredients.info

Jacinda Ardern is a heavy promoter of UN Agenda 2030 and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

She spoke at the Foundation’s Goal Keepers Summit in New York in 2019 https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/gates-foundation-event-ardern-calls-other-nations-copy-nzs-wellbeing-budget.

She has also committed $37 million dollars to the Global Vaccine Summit, hosted by the UK and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (GAVI) on June 4, 2020, 

It is difficult not to make a connection between these agendas which are also manipulating the emotional abortion issue.

We at New Zealand Public Party do not support abortion but recognise this as a ‘right to choose’ issue, however, we are against using abortion as a method of contraception and a means to justify the killing of babies for fetal tissue and organ harvesting.

We also understand that there could be reasons for abortion such as rape, unsafe pregnancy and health reasons but recognise the law as it currently stands is inhumane, therefore we are dedicated to repealing it.

We want to make sure the rights of the unborn child are protected right from conception, along with the rights of the mother.

It is important to us that we get our policy right, and to ensure this we are currently in consultation with a wide group of people who work in this field, including midwives and doctors.

People have the right to prevent unwanted conception, regardless of religion or creed. To that end, the Bill of Rights will provide a framework to assist in this goal.

However, the Rights of the Person starts at the conception of the person. Thus the Bill of Rights fundamentally protects the person, even if they are not yet born.

The Bill of Rights, therefore, cannot grant the killing of a person as a method of birth control.

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