News & Media Releases

Are our media ‘marketing’ abortion?

It was disappointing to buy the Herald on Sunday and be confronted with “My womb my choice” as the headline story decorating the front page. Media ‘personality’ Brodie Kane shares her own abortion story, hoping to “help other women and reduce the stigma”. The article is written by journalist Julia Gabel (a two year ‘veteran’…
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New Zealand’s Abortion Statistics

Respected journalist Karl du Fresne published a very good article this week, highlighting abortion statistics in New Zealand. He references this government report. Karl also points out the obvious wokeness coming from the Ministry of Health: A peculiar aspect of the report is that it refers to pregnant “persons” and “people” rather than “women”, but…
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McBLOG: Roe v Wade is dead. Children can live

The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the Roe v Wade case that legalised abortion at any stage of the pregnancy. See how the NZ media went into meltdown over it. Listen to the wise and considered words of paediatrician Dr Ben Carson. And meet a wonderful woman who campaigned all her life for this momentous…
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McBLOG: Abortion supporters are spinning

Last week we found out that the 1973 abortion case Roe v Wade which effectively allowed abortion anywhere anytime in the US may be overturned and that the decision making process would go back to individual states. Abortion activists are enraged that their right to kill the unborn child could be impacted. But it’s been…
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US: Prenatal screening tests often wrong, leading to unnecessary abortions

Many parents are being given false prenatal screening results, incorrectly determining that the fetus will likely be born with genetic abnormalities. This ultimately results in many of these unborn babies being aborted. Now the US  Food and Drug Administration has finally admitted many prenatal screening tests have been giving false results. Many of these tests…
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McBLOG: Criminalising prayer – again!

A bill to ban prayer vigils outside abortion facilities was passed in Parliament last week. It is yet another piece of legislation protecting access to abortion (remember – our Government is obsessed with abortion). But it’s not the first time this year that prayer has been criminalised recently. Why do pro-abortion groups hate these quiet,…
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McBLOG: This Government is obsessed with abortion

At a time when there are so many health-based funding and resourcing needs throughout New Zealand for beds, ICUs, doctors, nurses, local GPs and mental health services, the Government proudly announced a new initiative yesterday – which revealed a lot about their priorities, and their ignorance of humanity. bobmccoskrie.com/
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Parents fighting to give birth to Down syndrome children

‘They almost broke me’: Parents fighting to give birth to children with Down syndrome Stuff co.nz 18 July 2021 Family First Comment: A disturbing but insightful read from Jehan Casinader “Fewer children are being born with Down syndrome. Is the health system leading more parents to terminate?” Answer – quite likely – and the new abortion…
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Experiencing grief after abortion – but afraid to share

Women who experience post-abortion grief say it’s a pain often not recognised and a hard thing to talk about ABC News 10 July 2021 Family First Comment: Interesting coverage from mainstream media outlet in Australia! “Marie regrets having an abortion. Jessie doesn’t. But they both experienced grief. But those who do experience grief say the politics make…
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