The Hypocrisy Of The "Anti-Globalization" Movement
"Anti-Globalization" in Greece, and then suddenly I stumbled upon the news that the rice-milk guzzling "Anti-Globalization" organizers of the protest of the upcoming G8 Summit will be barring anti-abortionists such as The UK LifeLeague from their midst:
7th June 2005
The Long walk to hypocrisy
The G8 protesters and do-gooders were branded as hypocrites by the UK LifeLeague as they make their own plans for the Gleneagles summit.
The staggering hypocrisy of the Make Poverty History Campaign and Long Walk to Justice is lamentable, stated a UK LifeLeague spokesman. They bemoan the fact that 30,000 kids are dying daily in Africa, but are quite happy to accept the deliberate killing of 500 children in the UK every single day. They display crocodile tears as they stand beside pictures of emaciated African children but will not tolerate the showing of dead British babies on our TV screens.
This attitude is summed up by phoney Tony Blair who recently launched an attack on the pro-life movement in the UK, saying:
"The fact that (a pregnant woman facing a crisis pregnancy) lives in terrible housing, and has no choices in life and no one to invest in them what has (the pro life lobby) got to say about that? The Make Poverty History campaign that is a pro-life agenda for me. "
What this Government wants to do is export to Africa our technology in abortion and contraception under the euphemism of sexual and reproductive heath so that the starving children of Africa can be eradicated before they become a problem. This is all part of the Millenium Development aims.
During the Long Walk to Justice and Make History Poverty campaign the UK LifeLeague will be running ad trailers across Central Region highlighting the hypocrisy of these campaigns.