EU Death Report

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by Martina Moyski  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  June 28, 2021   

Turning Europe into a 'grave of human rights'

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The EU is once again trumpeting the Culture of Death, defending a continent-wide pro-abortion policy. But many are pushing back trying to save Christian Europe. 
 
The European Parliament passed the divisive Matić report Thursday in Brussels with a clear majority: 378 for, 255 against and 42 abstaining.

The report, named after the leftist Croatian politician Predrag Matić, who created it, argues that the so-called right to abortion and not the God-given right to life is supposedly a fundamental right. 

Dr. Imre Téglásy, president of Human Rights International in Hungary, is rallying pro-life troops.

Dr. Téglásy: 

The EU report — led by godless liberals — is a poison to the health of Christian Europe. Many men are ready to fight the anti-life forces. We will resist with all our might. As soldiers of Christ, we will fight for our religion, nation and family in the age of these modern Herods.

Poland's archbishop, Stanisław Gądecki, expressed sorrow for the resolution, which he says defines abortion as "primary care."

After Thursday’s vote, the archbishop tweeted: "The Culture of Life envisaged by the founding fathers of the EU is turning into a Culture of Death."

The resolution clearly reveals the death wish elites in Brussels have for the future of their continent and their children. 

The European Centre for Law and Justice, an NGO based in Strasbourg, France, said the report's supporters were seeking "to introduce a new norm without it appearing at first sight to be imposed."  

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