Tuesday, November 20, 2012

ProLife Ireland, You’re Being Set Up

JenI just read Dr. Jen Gunter’s latest post where she explains why (in her opinion) the panel set to investigate the death of Savita Halappavanar must be changed.

There is only one international expert and three of the doctors on the panel work at Galway, the hospital where she died.

She goes on to say that Dr Sabaratnam Arulkumaran (the one international expert) is a good choice to lead the panel.

The head of the panel is an expert from England and a good choice.

What she fails to inform her readers of, is that Dr Sabaratnam Arulkumaran is NOT unbiased when it comes to abortion.  In fact, he co-wrote a paper titled “Safer childbirth: A rights-based approach”, which having read the abstract only, says:

This paper highlights some of the current global efforts on safer pregnancy with a focus on reproductive rights. We encourage readers to do more in every corner of the world to advocate for women's reproductive rights and, in this way, we may achieve the MDGs by 2015.

Now we all know that “reproductive rights” means “abortion rights”, right? RIGHT?  So why would a team of experts set to investigate Savita’s death, be headed by a guy who believes women should have the right to kill their unborn baby? 

This reeks of a pro-abort set up to change Irish laws to allow abortion on demand.


  1. What are the chances that all the healthcare professionals that were involved in this tragic case of malpractice were personally opposed to the pro-life regulations that exist in Ireland?

    What are the chances?

    1. You don't know this was malpractice. The inquiry should prove whether or not they treated Savita appropriately.