Category Archives: Petitions

Ellinor Grimmark, the Swedish midwife who refused to perform abortions

The said Swedish midwife got sacked, for her conscientious objection to participating in the abortion industry.   I have decided to sign 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 to cheer this career martyr up more than to bring Swedes to their senses.  Sweden is clearly in the wrong here.

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Filed under Petitions, Pro-life, Righteousness

Stop giving tax-payers’ money to the Terrence Higgins Trust

The Terrence Higgins Trust “charity” is by now a household name in the UK,  but it has recently attracted a certain amount of apparently well-justified criticism, here and here and here.

Certain “now you see it, now you don’t” shenanigans have been reported on the British government’s official e-petition website, involving a well-supported petition to the British government, asking it to stop funding this particular charity with tax-payers’ money.  The petition was accepted for publication, but subsequently deleted once significant support had begun to gather.

Before today, there was still an “unofficial” e-petition that one could sign on, aimed at depriving the trust of future British government funding, but no longer a comparable e-petition on the official government e-petition site.

I have therefore taken it upon myself to create a new petition, which has been accepted, on the government’s own e-petition site, entitled:

Stop giving tax-payers’ money to the Terrence Higgins Trust

Please sign my e-petition (and maybe also the e-petition too?), if this is an issue that you also care about.

I’m telling you, folks, if they decide to delete my petition, like they did the first one, the government had better think up an excuse  for doing so that at least sounds as though it might be “Wednesbury reasonable“, or I’ll see them in court!  Go ahead, punks, make my day.


Filed under Homophobic, Petitions, Political