Thought for the day

"A total population of 250-300 million people, a 95% decline from present levels, would be ideal." --  Ted Turner
"The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it." --  Margaret Sanger, Woman and the New Race, Chapter 5, "The Wickedness of Creating Large Families." (1920)

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Doctors in the UK are now pushing for abortion up to the point of birth to be “decriminalised” across Britain. Women should no longer be able to be legally punished for having an abortion after the present legal limit, doctors at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) have demanded. The demands come after England and Wales saw a record number of abortions in 2021, a statistic that was put down to Britain’s harsh regime of COVID lockdowns, with some doctors in the country now saying that Britain should provide free abortions to American ‘health tourists’ after Roe v.

"How much longer will their snivelling cowardice stop them setting free the 

"Two million prisoners of Gaza and giving the Palestinians their lands back?

"Decent people have been weeping for Gaza for 15 years, and it hasn’t done the slightest bit of good. Ten years ago I wrote a piece about the situation in Gaza, harking back to a report I did five years earlier, in 2007, after returning from a visit there.

If the longest recession since the financial crisis and deepest fall in living standards since the 1960s were not bad enough, Britain is also facing economic humiliation on the international stage – if you believe Government critics.

Keir Starmer last month accused former chancellor Rishi Sunak and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of leaving the UK with an “appalling joint economic legacy of the highest inflation and the lowest growth in the G7”.

The resistance is growing as more than 75,000 irritated people in the UK have pledged not to pay their electricity bill this fall when prices jump again. 

"75,000 people have pledged to strike on October 1st! If the government & energy companies refuse to act then ordinary people will! Together we can enforce a fair price and affordable energy for all," tweeted "Don't Pay UK," an anonymous group spearheading the effort to have more than one million Brits boycott paying their power bill by Oct. 1. 

UK Conservative leadership contender Liz Truss said she would consider moving the British embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem if she becomes prime minister next month.

In a letter to the Conservative Friends of Israel, Truss wrote she understands the “importance and sensitivity” of the location of the British embassy in Israel.

“I’ve had many conversations with my good friend Prime Minister Lapid on this topic. Acknowledging that, I will review a move to ensure we are operating on the strongest footing within Israel.”

A majority of Britons fear the energy and cost of living crisis will end with people unable to heat their homes in winter dying and riots on the streets.