Ellinor Grimmark got sacked, for her conscientious objection to participating in the abortion industry in Sweden. I have signed a petition about this, not so much because I expect the people who sacked Ellinor to take any notice of any outrage of mine, as that I wanted thus to congratulate this noble martyr to conscience on making the sacrificial stand she did. Far too few are they who nowadays thus place morals above career.
I invite every one of my readers, even those who are unrepentant abortion industry apologists, who don’t care a fig that their foetal fellow-humans are nowadays being killed by the million, to sign here the hopeless petition, designed more to cheer this career martyr up, than to bring her fellow Swedes to their senses. This said, Sweden is clearly in the wrong here.
Please let us all sign Ellinor’s petition, at least to uphold, in Sweden at least, the dwindling right of health professionals, recently lost in the UK, to abstain from the nowadays fashionable, often publicly-funded, slaughter of our youngest new citizens.
I find euphemistic the entire rhetoric that killing one human, at the whim of another could possibly amounts to an aspect of the job description of a true health professional. I and the conscientious objectors to abortion, who are being put out of their health professional jobs, cannot see how “dead” equates to “healthy”. Anybody care to explain this?
Sweden is the European nation state whose present-day population has undeservedly inherited a great honour. In addition, that is, to Sweden’s role in the recent making of the highly entertaining Bridge/Bron/Broen TV export.
Unto Sweden a child was once born, christened Raoul Wallenberg. He was the saint whose heroic antics, when Europe was plunged into Nazi chaos – which (albeit) murdered fewer humans than has the abortion industry ever since … The saint whose daring escapades in those days provide my own favourite extra-biblical sermon illustration to this day.
If only there were more Swedes like Wallenberg, and Ellinor Grimmark, and fewer like those who want her to choose between having food in her mouth and blood on her hands, or having neither; shame on them.