End of moral domination in Portugal

End of moral domination in Portugal

“Portugal votes on legalising abortion in early pregnancy”

Portugal yesterday voted to sweep away centuries of moral domination by the Roman Catholic church in a referendum allowing the government to reform one of Europe’s most restrictive abortion laws.

Biased and slanted reporting? How could anyone suggest such a thing of London’s Guardian newspaper? You make it sound like “moral domination” is a bad thing and that “sweeping it away” is a good thing.

Well, just wait until the Holy Inquisition hears about what the naughty and wayward Portuguese are doing. Why, they must be loading the racks and stakes (for burning) onto the planes at Ciampino airport even now.

Those brave Portuguese, throwing off the oppressive Church for the freedom and gaiety of the culture of death in which every mother is given the opportunity—nay, the duty!—to kill her unborn child. Tra la! Tra la!

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Domenico Bettinelli