Sarah Ewart and her mother Jane Christie were interviewed by Stephen Nolan on his radio show last Thursday (17th December.)
This woman and her mother, in cahoots with their comrades in Amnesty NI and others such as Fiona Bloomer of the Ulster University, are determined to make abortion legal in Northern Ireland in cases of foetal abnormality, and in pregnancies resulting from rape and incest.
When speaking of foetal abnormality, the pro-abortion lobby prefix the term with the word “fatal ” as in Fatal foetal abnormality. This has to be deliberate on their part as the word “fatal” has shock value as it conjures up thoughts of hopeless situations and death.
According to retired Obstetrician/Gynaecologist Professor Jim Dornan, the term Fatal Foetal Abnormality is not a medical term and the term that should be used is “foetal abnormality.”
The retired Professor has given the impression, at times, that he is “pro-choice” i.e pro-abortion in certain circumstances sadly, so it speaks volumes that he is now disagreeing with the pro-abortion lobby in their use of the inaccurate term “FFA.” We hope he will distance himself from them entirely.
During their interview on the Nolan show last Thursday, Mrs. Ewart and Mrs. Christie appeared to speak of Prof Dornan albeit without naming him.
In response to a question from Stephen Nolan about doctors and their diagnoses of abnormalities in pregnancy, the women said,
“If the politicians would start speaking to the ones that are working with it today on a daily basis instead of going to retired people……”
We have reason to believe that these women were referring to Professor Jim Dornan and, if so, he can expect to hear more of them seeking to discredit him because he went “off-script” and did not stick to the pro-abortion lobby mantra of “Fatal Foetal Abnormality.”
Mrs. Christie also made a veiled reference to a blogger and we have reason to believe that she was speaking of us and our blog. She stated that some blogger wrote that after the Judge ruled last week that NI’s abortion law was incompatible with human rights legislation, she had come out of the Court with a smirk on her face.
I did mention her in a post and she certainly did have a smirk on her face, as did her comrade Grainne Teggart of Amnesty NI.
If she was speaking of my post, I’m glad to know that our blog is unsettling and troubling the pro-abortion camp.
Here is a link to the Nolan radio show: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06rx7jx
The likely but veiled mention of the retired medic begins at 4 mins 22 seconds.
The likely but veiled mention of our blog begins at 9:25 AM.