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0709 Four people have died in an accident off the coast of Portugal.
0730 Should we be worried by the new tone America has taken towards Iran?
0750 Is the Catholic Church softening its position on abortion?
0830 Tension is building between Tutsi and Hutu militia groups in Congo.
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The Religious Fundamentalism of Men
Men, discuss and decide, with their inherent great authority the freedom that women have gained regarding to their bodily functions! If I was a woman, I would be extremely angry and very hurt by that. I would fight those particular fundamentalists amongst men who try to do this and by every logical means at one’s disposal.
Surely, "Those men must feel something towards their supreme arrogance or are they emotionally disabled by the indoctrination, and domestication, which has been done to them by the practises and dogma of their particular religion?"
See, Domesticated Man – Domesticated Humankind – ‘wolves to pet dogs’!
See, REBT, disablement, the self-harming of children and the vulnerable, or/in damaged societies or/in some damaged countries caused by (some) religious authorities. Those religious authorities, can so easily, ‘cash in’ on a past or the present ‘default’ situation, personally or en masse. The more socially advanced a country, with less damaged people; the more secular in nature they tend to be.
Minister defends abortion limit
Health Minister Dawn Primarolo says the government does not believe there is sufficient scientific evidence to lower the legal abortion limit of 24 weeks.
She said nothing had persuaded the Department of Health that survival rates had improved for extremely premature babies born before that time.
The Pro-Life Alliance wants the upper limit for terminations to be cut.
But the British Medical Association says the number surviving at 24 weeks is still "extremely small".
Take The "Sex Test"
Department for Children, Schools and Families and their fear of nudity contained in school library books, publications, educational DVD’S, and the Internet.
Ref, The backward state of sex education in the UK. Besides the UK having many Faith, Church, and Religious Schools (sex for pleasure being somehow wicked) – the high abortion rate and general unhappiness of children in the UK due to the UK’s ‘popular’ media obssesion with (educational) nudity and turning it into smuttiness or into turning educational nudity, and artistic-educational nudity, vindictively against the Teachers, Schools, and their Pupils.
A Catch 22?