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Friday, 22 December 2006

UK Government Dalek social policy

The Daily Mail ran a report yesterday: More than 100 teenage girls a month have multiple abortions. The statistics, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act make depressing reading. Apparently, Simon Blake, the chief executive of the Brook, said that they have "clearly been failed by our education and health systems." Well, yes. And reading the comments from Government officials, it seems they will continue to be so failed. A Department of Health spokesman said:
"Government is determined to reduce the demand for abortions by improving access to contraception."
Keep repeating that in a Dalek voice:
Government is determined to reduce the demand for abortions by improving access to contraception.
Government is determined to reduce the demand for abortions by improving access to contraception.
Government is determined to reduce the demand for abortions by improving access to contraception.

[1967... 1977... 1987... 1997... 2007...]

Government is determined to reduce the demand for abortions by improving access to contraception.
And if this approach which condones and promotes promiscuity with the false promise of "safe sex" contines to fail dismally as it has over the lifetime of these poor teenagers, use the backstop:
Exterminate!
Exterminate!
Exterminate!
Never mind the girls and women whose lives are blighted as the second victims of this utterly discredited policy.
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