Thursday, December 1, 2016

The anti-abortion shape of public philosophy in France



You have to hand it to the French for attempting to be consistent. The Conseil d'État, a legal body of the French government more famously known for a short period of forcing Muslim woman to wear bikinis at the beach, has recently banned this pro-life ad featuring down-Syndrome kids. Reportedly the Conseil d'État banned the video because they were "likely to disturb the conscience of women who had lawfully made different personal life choices.” Notably the ABC here in Australia reported that parents feel pressured into aborting their unborn down-Syndrome babies.

1 comment:

Steve Isham said...

Government as gurrdian of public conscience.