by Luca Volonte

It is a strange and interesting experience to be a human being in the 21st Century. We often read or hear paradoxical and contradictory statements, we have absurd laws and political decisions, which are so bizarre, that if they weren’t dangerous, we would be joking about them all the time.

The fact that we worry about it principally because of the perfidy of other people instead of our will to protect the normal nature of human beings and reality, is the proof that our world must be saved from folly and that it’s time for us to take action.

The Irish Constitution declares the Human Right of Life, while the Parliament enacts the abortion: is this rational? There are countless international treaties, agreements and declarations, which promote the Right of Life of the foetus and at the same time there are international organizations defending this right and preventing the genocide of our weakest and oldest ancestor: the human embryo. We fight for the protection of puppy seals and whales, we fight against the experimentation on dogs, but we kill dogs’ best friends: children. This way we are going to live in a world full of sad and lonely animals. This is our promised land, our liberation from people that we can call “Marie Stopes of our time”, who promote death like it were life, leave corpses stacked up on the streets and use children as biological waste or human fuel.

We condemn murder in every country in the world, as the commandment says: “Thou shalt not kill”. Meanwhile we legalize and pay for the murder of weakest human beings. We pay to kill our future and our children. I am an embryo, please don’t kill me Mr. Kenny. Our world is sick, very sick, countries accept and support freedom of conscience, but only when this right is broken by other countries. Within their own countries governments balance, limit or totally erase this right.

However it’s not possible to erase from human beings’ heart an innate right, the desire to be real. It’s also not possible to tear up our international treaties just to not lose the power to govern.

Here are some examples of these treaties:

-“The fact that a person acted pursuant to order of his Government or of a superior does not relieve him from responsibility under international law, provided a moral choice was in fact possible to him”. Principle IV of the Nuremberg Principles

-“The right of conscientious objection is a fundamental aspect of the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights.” PACE Recommendation 1518 (2001).

-“The right to conscientious objection is recognised, in accordance with the national laws governing the exercise of this right.” Article 10.2 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

- “No person, hospital or institution shall be coerced, held liable or discriminated against in any manner of a refusal to perform, accommodate, assist or submit to an abortion, the performance of human miscarriage, or euthanasia or any act which could cause the death of a human foetus or embryo, for any reasonthe Assembly invite the Member States to guarantee the right to conscientious objection.” PACE Resolution 1763 (2010).