50 days to go…Mass appeal…Conveyor Belt abortions and bonuses Marie Stopes UK

 

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50 DAYS TO GO…

MASS APPEAL….

THE CONVEYOR BELT PART 3:

‘MARIE STOPES U.K. PAID ITS STAFF BONUSES FOR ENCOURAGING WOMEN TO GO THROUGH WITH PROCEDURES (ABORTIONS)’: U.K. HEALTH WATCHDOG FINDS….

 

Just 51 days to go to Ireland’s referendum on abortion on May 25th when voters decide whether to repeal / remove the pro-life 8th amendment to the constitution which gives equal protection to mother and child, or to keep it.

International Planned Parenthood seeks to introduce an extremely liberal abortion regime to Ireland. The Irish government is campaigning for a no questions asked medical abortion regime to 12 weeks. Until recently, they proposed abortions with no upper limits i.e. to birth on mental / physical risk grounds with a two doctor model approach similar to the U.K. (the U.K. mental health risk ground has been responsible for 98% of almost 9 million UK social abortions to date and the two doctor UK model has been dispensed with long ago, with most abortions signed off on by doctors who never see the patient until in theatre: please see our previous posts on this).

Because of a recent drop in support in opinion polls, the Irish government are now proposing a ban above 24 week abortions, unless serious maternal life and health risks are involved with the exception of life limiting conditions, where babies may be aborted to birth.

In any case if the 8th amendment goes / is repealed, there is zero legal protection for the Irish unborn to birth following a recent Irish supreme court decision that stripped any remaining rights other than the right to life enshrined in the 8th. Recent attempts to limit future liberalisation beyond even these proposals, failed in the Irish parliament or ‘Dáil’ as being unconstitutional leaving the door open to the government’s original proposals of no upper limit abortion.

International planned parenthood’s juggernaut, has targeted Ireland’s pro-life laws for many years despite Ireland having one of the lowest maternal mortality rates in the world without abortion. Money is involved at many levels. Consider the revenue of Planned Parenthood America in 2016 which was 1.4 billion US dollars alone. Consider the post below on major abortion provider Marie Stopes U.K.’s bonus driven culture for arranging abortions……

 

THIS POST IS IN TWO PARTS:

(1): SR BRIEGE MCKENNA’S MASS APPEAL: FOR THE 8TH:

(2): TODAY’S POST:

THE ABORTION CONVEYOR BELT: MARIE STOPES U.K. PAID STAFF BONUSES TO ENCOURAGE WOMEN TO ABORT

 

(1): SR BRIEGE MCKENNA’S MASS APPEAL:

FOR MASSES FOR IRELAND AND TO KEEP THE PRO-LIFE 8TH AMENDMENT.

Everyday, we promote Sr. Briege McKenna’s appeal for Masses to be said privately or publicly in parishes in reparation for Ireland’s turning from God and for protection of the 8th amendment. There is nothing greater than the Mass. (Sr. Briege has a worldwide apostolate of intercession for priests and healing ministry). In August last year in the Marian shrine, Knock, Ireland, she said, ‘if Ireland votes for abortion, Ireland is lost.’

Can you, with other parishioners organise one or more Masses / half-days or days of prayer with medically safe fasting in your parish between now and May 25th?

Please let us know about your parish event or if you are going to have a  Mass said privately by emailing us at: massandfastforireland@gmail.com or go to our website:

http://www.massandfastforireland.com/contact

Please consider getting Masses said locally where ever you are or through one of the following links:

(a):  Aide to the Church in Need (Ireland).

A.C.N. is an international organisation that helps the mission of the Church in some of the poorest and most dangerous places in the world.

http://www.acnireland.org/masses or call 018377516 (0035318377516)

(b): Human Life International Ireland, a pro-life and family, catholic organisation, have a 1000 Mass campaign for protection of the unborn and reparation for Ireland’s turning from God…

https://humanlife.ie/1000masses/community/add

 

(2): TODAY’S POST: THE CONVEYOR BELT CONTINUES:

‘MARIE STOPES U.K. PAID ITS STAFF BONUSES FOR ENCOURAGING WOMEN TO GO THROUGH WITH PROCEDURES (ABORTIONS)’: U.K. HEALTH WATCHDOG FINDS….

Inspectors from the health watchdog Care Quality Commission or C.Q.C., found evidence of a policy – in place across all 70 Marie Stopes clinics in the country – whereby staff were told to call women who had decided not to have an abortion, and offer them a new appointment.

The C.Q.C. inspected the Maidstone centre ( in Kent U.K.) in May 2016, but didn’t publish its findings until October 2017 having amended an earlier report. It was there that they found documentation of a widespread policy on women who do not opt for abortions.

They also uncovered a document referring to a ‘company-wide focus’ on women who weren’t going ahead with abortions, who were referred to as ‘Did Not Proceed’ patients.

According to the report, staff felt ‘encouraged’ to ensure women went through with abortions because it was ‘linked to their performance bonus’.

Staff told CQC inspectors the clinic was like a ‘cattle market’ and described a ‘very target-driven culture’.

 

 

Parents, partners or friends of women thinking about having an abortion were ‘seen as an inconvenience’ and ‘their presence strongly discouraged’, the report said.

Inspectors were also worried that girls below the age of 16 were agreeing to have abortions without being made fully aware of the risks and consequences.

Marie Stopes is the UK’s second largest abortion provider and sees 70,000 patients a year for abortions and other sexual health services. The company said it was ‘categorically untrue’ that staff bonuses were linked to the number of women who went ahead with abortions.

 

The report is more damning than any previous inspection. It states: ‘Staff were concerned that ‘Did Not Proceed’, the term used when women decided not to proceed with treatment, was measured as a KPI (key performance indicator) and linked to their performance bonus. They felt that this encouraged staff to ensure that patients underwent procedures.’

Inspectors also uncovered minutes of a meeting in July 2015 which referred to a ‘company-wide focus on DNPs’ – Did Not Proceed women who hadn’t gone ahead with abortions.

The report said women who had decided not to have an abortion – and were less than five and a half weeks pregnant – ‘were being called and offered a later appointment’.

The CQC later confirmed that it believed this to be a ‘generic policy’ across all Marie Stopes clinics.

Clara Campbell, from the charity Life, said: ‘This exposes the true income-seeking nature of the abortion industry.

‘A conveyer-belt culture has pervaded the industry for many years and Marie Stopes International is a good example of this.

 

‘The abortion industry likes to parrot a narrative of looking after the interests of women but when it ends up placing their health and safety at risk in the pursuit of money, it becomes incumbent on the Government to act to protect women.’

 

The watchdog said it had visited the Maidstone clinic since that inspection and found some improvements, but it could not confirm whether the bonus scheme was in existence.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4998810/Britain-s-largest-abortion-clinic-paid-staff-bonuses.html#ixzz5BiWh6GHu

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