NI Secretary promoting abortion by force in Post Primary schools in Northern Ireland
The Northern Ireland Secretary, Chris Heaton-Harris has instituted new legislation that will coerce abortion propaganda on schools by force. The Westminster government, not content with 4,136 abortions in Northern Ireland since they forced this barbaric practice there in 2019, now want to push it further.
At the moment, individual schools have the right to decide on how to teach sexual education.
The Westminster Government is issuing new regulations that will force schools in Northern Ireland to teach about abortion as a “legal right”.
Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris outlined these new regulations in Parliament on the area of relationships and sex education (RSE) claiming to be acting on recommendations made in a United Nations (UN) report.
As things stand before this point, individual schools have the right to decide how to teach sexual education.
The so-called Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission has said that RSE in schools in Northern Ireland does not meet human rights standards on a number of areas including access to abortion. The irony is lost on the commission, considering they wish to have all human rights removed from the unborn so violent abortions can be carried out on them.
Alyson Kilpatrick is the Chief commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission said “The Commission welcomes the announcement made by the Secretary of State to make age-appropriate, comprehensive and scientifically accurate education on sexual and reproductive health and rights, covering prevention of early pregnancy and access to abortion, a compulsory component of curriculum for adolescents.”
Mr Heaton-Harris said: "I have today laid regulations in Parliament to implement the CEDAW recommendation to 'make age-appropriate, comprehensive and scientifically accurate education on sexual and reproductive health and rights, a compulsory component of curriculum for adolescents, covering prevention of early pregnancy and access to abortion in Northern Ireland, and monitor its implementation.'"
"The regulations will mirror the approach taken in England with regard to education about the prevention of early pregnancy and access to abortion.
"It has always been my preference that, as a devolved matter, the Department of Education in Northern Ireland updates the curriculum.
"However, nearly four years have passed since the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Act 2019, adolescents in Northern Ireland are still not receiving comprehensive and scientifically accurate education on sexual and reproductive health and rights."
Despite protestations from both nationalist and unionist sides of the community, Westminster forced abortion on Northern Ireland, leading to vast numbers of unborn deaths in such a short period of time. Now they want to target the education of children in schools to drive an ideology of intolerance and death towards the innocent preborn children of Northern Ireland.