Visions of a Freeman - Brain Age - 20, November of 2016

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Division by Zero and the False Abortion Equality Argument.
Abortion The Observer

Victorian abortion law ‘breaches human rights’

Women’s Equality leader calls for decriminalisation as party is set to gather for its first conference

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Tracy McVeigh
Sunday 20 November 2016 00.04 GMT

A campaign to push for abortion to be removed from the justice statutes and decriminalised is to be launched this month by the country’s newest political party.

Sophie Walker, leader of the non-partisan Women’s Equality party, said it was time that abortion was made a sexual health and human rights issue, rather than left languishing under “Victorian criminal law”, where a life prison sentence still exists for procuring a termination. This is a flagship policy for the party, which will hold its first conference in Manchester next weekend. It hopes that with pressure from its supporters, other political parties will take up the issue.

The current legislation governing abortion is the 1861 Offences Against the Person Act, which came into force decades before women had the vote.

Abortion is part of life in mainland Britain: one in three women will have an abortion before the age of 45, with the highest rate among 21-year-olds. Rates have remained fairly constant over the past few years, higher in England and Wales than in Scotland, with 197,906 Britons and 5,190 non-British residents having an abortion last year. About 98% are NHS-funded and the vast majority, 80%, carried out at less than 10 weeks pregnant.

Under the 1861 act, and as amended by the Abortion Act 1967, abortion remains a criminal offence; only cases that meet certain caveats are exempt from prosecution. Two doctors must sign to confirm that a woman’s or her unborn child’s health and welfare is at risk, resulting, say campaigners, in the law simply being circumvented in many cases. And it is also open to political interference. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service believes the rules work only because health professionals work around them.

The WE party has grown to more than 65,000 members and 65 regional groups since its inception last year. It fielded its first political candidates at local and regional elections this year, including for the London mayor.

“This is really about making it very clear that women’s healthcare rights are human rights,” said Walker. “That is why we want to debate this motion at our first conference and to put a focus on prioritising and funding sexual health and wellbeing. If you are denied control over your own body then you are denied so many other controls over your life. Any denial of reproductive rights is a form of violence against women, and the massive funding cuts ongoing in the UK are part of a real trend that is de-prioritising equality.”

Former Progressive Unionist party leader Dawn Purvis is on the advisory board of Marie Stopes International, which provides contraception and safe abortion services. She is to give a keynote speech at the WE party conference on the position in Northern Ireland, where several prosecutions are under way of women who have used the so-called “abortion pill”.

“The situation in Northern Ireland is different to mainland Britain in that, basically, a woman has to be about to die before she is allowed a termination,” Purvis said. “Rape or incest or foetal abnormality are not circumstances under which an abortion will be allowed. We’re seeing women being prosecuted and convicted as criminals – one was reported by her GP after she had gone to him for help, another is a woman being prosecuted for helping her daughter.

“But thankfully we are seeing more and more legal challenges – late last year we had a ruling that the stance of the Ministry of Justice was incompatible with international standards on human rights.”

Diana Johnson, Labour MP for Kingston upon Hull North, has tabled a 10-minute bill for the spring when she will also raise the issue of decriminalising abortion. She does not want to change time limits but wants medical procedures to be governed by clinicians, rather than the criminal law.

“That any woman procuring an abortion is potentially facing a prison sentence of life under legislation dating from 1861 is patently something that needs looking at carefully,” she said. “Decriminalising abortion, for both health professionals and for women, would put the issue with clinicians and health experts, where it belongs.”
Using an Intrauterine Device might be a Human Right, but Killing a Baby in Macro Universe violates the Human Rights of the Baby. They assume that the new Baby does not have Human Rights, which is absurd.

That news mentions Abortions like a Health Care Right, like if a Baby were an Illness and it totally disregards the fact that a Baby is also a Human and thus has Human Rights. Also abortion is not just about control of a Woman's Body, but a Babies Body as well.

I don't see how Aborting Babies is a Reproductive Right. Quite contrary, it would be Anti-Reproductive Rights.

Women can simply use an Intrauterine Device that aborts pregnancies. It is far less expensive and troublesome than abortions and does not require to fight for the right to Kill an Advanced Fetus Baby, since those devices, often made
with Plastics don't allow the Fetus to form, thus no Baby in the Macro Universe (Our Visible World) is killed, since it
cancels the process at Microscopic Levels.

Abortion could much as "Equality" as:
1) My Actions on a Logical Computer Process being related to a Weird Corrupt Dark Cult Trap in some Parallel Situational Framing Crime.
2) The actions of one person being mirrored in a very dishonest way to the actions of another with a view to trying to justify a crime.
3) The blending of two Logical Pages of Random Computer Code from two totally different Software Solutions without much attention to order and hoping it will work.
4) Illegal and Dishonest Framing without the victims knowing to try to mix entirely different contexts with invalid arguments just to try to force them to look the same.
5) Trying to relate Physical Abortion of Babies with the cancelling of Intellectual Compromises.
6) Trying to equate the so called right to kill that equates with a Male Part that does not even have such right at all thus there is no equality between Women and Men in things that only Women can do.

I am a Computer Programmer and we Computer Programmers work with System Common-Limit, which I can call [System Purple]. Computer [System Purple] is very strict, for example it is enough to put one little letter in the wrong place to crash a whole software made with perhaps millions of letters in the Computer Code.

If one single letter can crash a whole Computer Program Code, imagine the possibilities there are that two software with totally different codes that are have a heavy random and context implication can work well parallel to each other on the same instance without even knowing the other code that is being combined.

If one misplaced letter is enough to crash a Software Code Run due to the High [System Purple] then many more letters have the chance to cause many more crashes.

I did pay attention to the arguments in that news and the code simply does not compute, it is Dividing by an Equivalent Right that Men have to Abort, when actually that value is Zero, because we Men do not get pregnant, if we did, we would be Women.

(([Abortion Rights = X] * [Men Abortion Rights = 0]) / [Equality = 2]) = [Rightfulness = 0]

(X * 0) / 2 = 0

States: 2, -6, 4. Coherency.

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