UK serial baby killer Lucy Letby has ignited public outrage after being charged with the murder of seven babies at the hospital where she worked. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) has joined the chorus of media condemnation, labeling her a monster. However, critics argue that the media conveniently overlooks the support for abortion within their ranks.
Letby’s methods of killing the infants involved injecting air or insulin into their bodies. While her actions are horrifying, there is a glaring contrast in attitudes towards abortion. In Australia, nurses and doctors routinely use forceps to end the lives of live nine-month-old babies in abortion clinics. By comparison, Letby’s actions can be seen as no less callous, if not less callous, than these medical professionals.
The question arises: should those involved in the killing of babies at birth be considered as monsters themselves? This raises concerns about the policies of major political parties, such as the Labor and Liberal Parties. Both parties have introduced abortion policies that allow for the killing of full-term babies. In 2018, the Queensland Labor Party unanimously approved this policy, with three members of the Liberal Party offering their support. Similar policies have also been introduced by the New South Wales Liberals. Critics argue that such actions amount to murder at common law and go against moral and ethical principles.
The Australian political duopoly, consisting of the Labor and Liberal Parties, has been compared to Lucy Letby. Their support for abortion and the killing of babies at birth puts them on the same level as the British nurse in terms of their involvement in the death of innocent lives.
Unfortunately, removing the duopoly from power is not an easy task, especially in the face of potential voter fraud. However, there is hope in the form of alternative political parties that hold Christian values. One Nation, Katters Australian Party, and United Australia Party have the potential to challenge the duopoly and bring about positive change for the people of Queensland. The only obstacle in their way is the personal egos of their leaders.
It is a tragic reality that Queensland is faced with the prospect of another term under the control of either the baby killers of the UN-controlled ALP or the Deep State-puppets of the Liberal National Party. In order to gain the support of outlets like Cairns News, these parties must set aside their differences, come together, and demonstrate a genuine commitment to the welfare of the people they represent.
Ultimately, the case of Lucy Letby serves as a stark reminder of the moral and ethical complexities surrounding the issue of abortion. It calls into question the actions of those in power, the media’s bias, and the need for alternative voices to bring about real change.