Thursday, October 13, 2011

No To RH Bill!

The bill states that those who do not conform with its provisions will be imprisoned for up to six months and will be fined P50,000, Acosta said. “This is NOT actually pro choice because they only want to kill our freedom. It is no longer a choice it becomes mandatory,” she added.

The bill also calls contraceptives essential medicines and mandates all government and private hospitals to have enough supply of it as they want to have 100 percent prevalence on the use of contraceptives by 2015, she also said. [source]

RH Bill is a "coercive" bill and the pro-choice advocates wants to remove our rights to choose not to follow their bullshits. The government’s purpose is to protect individual rights not to force the people collective rights. Rights does not come from government, the people elect and form their governments to protect and preserve their individual and natural rights.. NOT to create a law that coerce people to give up their freedom to refuse.

“We want the happiness of the Philippines, but we want to obtain it through noble and just means. If I have to commit villainy to make her happy, I would refuse to do so, because I am sure that what is built on sand sooner or later would tumble down.” ~Dr. Jose Rizal, Letter to Blumentritt (31 January 1887)


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