The sneaky moves by the NSW Government to legalise full term abortion on demand had nothing to do with the Minister for Transport Andrew Constance MP deeming a bus ad with the words “A heart beats at 4 weeks” as “appalling” and having it hastily censored from all government-owned buses, if we’re to believe him.
No: his letter to Emily’s Voice, dated 29 July, includes his explanation that the ad contained “material which has the potential to be distressing to the public, particularly school students“. Except the ad contravened no advertising guidelines and went through all the usual approval processes. Is this politician lying? Not at all!
It appears the NSW public education system is failed, breeding a generation of intellectual shut-ins who will melt into puddles of quivering distress when presented with elements reasonable people call essential to an education: science, biology and anatomy. Other members of the public might be discovered huddled in the fetal position after driving by such a billboard, if only they knew what a fetus was after 12 years of taxpayer funded education.
It may also explain why there’s some confusion over doctors’ ability to maliciously “assign a gender” at birth.
It’s becoming abundantly clear that NSW might as well have elected a majority of radical Greens to the Parliament given the extreme anti-human, post-Truth agenda of this government led by Premier Gladys Berejiklian.
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