A 75-year-old man has been denied hip treatment after health officials warned him about sending hospital staff pictures of aborted foetuses.Anti-abortion supporter Edward Atkinson has been jailed for 28 days for sending offensive photos to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn, Norfolk.The hospital said Atkinson had been banned from treatment for anything other than life-threatening conditions.
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Wij zijn de kuddedieren, zij zijn de roofdieren. De kuddedieren hebben de roofdieren zelf in hun biotoop toegelaten. Onze politieke, geestelijke en intellectuele “herders” hebben ons wijsgemaakt dat dit een “verrijking” voor onze samenleving ging worden. Door roofdieren bij de kuddedieren te zetten zouden onze herders immers op aarde het hemelse Utopia kunnen verwezenlijken, de multiculturele welvaartsstaat waarin, naar het Bijbelse woord, de leeuw zich vreedzaam naast het lam zou vleien.
...and all for the collective
There were three musketeers in The Netherlands not too long ago, brave and unconventional free thinking individuals. Two have been murdered, the last one has now been expelled. - Pieter Dorsman
"You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means."
Leugens en laster betekenen niets'', zei Castro aan het begin van het 4,5 uur durende programma laconiek - anonymous
"crazed religious fanatics poised to unleash some sort of devestating weapon on the world"
[S]ome have gone so far as to suggest that Iran poses no threat to the US whatsoever—unless, that is, the US tries to stop Iran from finishing its nuclear weapons program. Under this description, though, the international community’s fear of a nuclear armed Iran can only be assuaged by allowing Iran to become nuclear armed. Because any attempt to stop them makes them more dangerous than they otherwise would be should they, er, become nuclear armed. - Jeff Goldstein
"poseur and a fraud"
If you think the case for intervention in Darfur depends on whether or not the Chinese guy raises his hand, sorry, you're not being serious. The good people of Darfur have been entrusted to the legitimacy of the UN for more than two years and it's killing them. In 2004, after months of expressing deep concern, grave concern, deep concern over the graves and deep grave concern over whether the graves were deep enough, Kofi Annan took decisive action and appointed a UN committee to look into what's going on. Eventually, they reported back that it's not genocide. - Mark Steyn