Rally for Life — Saturday 12 February 2011 .
... It's Crunch Time
This 2011 Rally For Life is more important than ever, as the pro-abortion industry lobbyists make yet another push for decriminalisation of abortion while the current EMILY's List member, Anna Bligh, is still premier of Queensland.
Even though the recent poll showed there is no concensus of opinion to legalise abortion in Queensland, pressure is being brought to bear by the noisy minority of the pro-abortion lobby. They will continue to pressure pro-abortion politicians to put forward a private member's bill before the current premier's term has ended.
Speakers this year include Archbishop John Bathersby DD of the Brisbane Catholic Archdiocese, and Mrs Maria Bozikis, wife of Rev Fr Anastasios Bozikis of the Greek Orthodox Church. You will be stunned to hear the pressure brought to bear on Mrs Bozikis by medical personnel! Want to know why? Come to the Rally For Life and find out.
When and Where .
When: Saturday 12th February 2011. Pre-rally entertainment starts at 1:15pm with the main event starting at 2:00pm. Estimated finish time is 4:00pm.
A donation will be taken to cover the costs of running this event, and to make it even bigger and better next year.
Where: Queens Park, cnr William, Elizabeth & George Sts, in the Brisbane CBD. (Click for interactive Google Map)
Public transport is recommended, but car parking is available underneath Queens Park and in other parts of the city
Why should you attend? Because the unborn are depending on YOU to protect them.
We do not want to end up with babies being aborted up to the day of birth — as is now legal in Victoria. We do not want our hospitals to be forced to do abortions, traumatising their staff and clogging up our already over-burdened health system. Abortion harms women, destroys babies and emasculates men.
Where: Queens Park, cnr William, Elizabeth & George Sts, Brisbane CBD
What to bring: Your family and friends, hat, water, sunscreen, chair, rug, umbrella.
NOTE: Expected finish time 4pm. Only official placards allowed