Saturday, 24 September 2011

Niamh Moloney is a voice for voiceless embryonic children

Niamh Moloney, an active SPUC supporter and now a natural fertility practitioner, appeared recently on Channel Four's, speaking about the question: "Should embryonic stem cell research be allowed?" (video of Niamh) (Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, appeared in June, speaking on the question: "Should organ donation be made compulsory?" and I appeared in November, speaking on the question: "Is abortion even justified?")

Niamh spoke in an attractively informal and personable way, saying:
"Embryos are voiceless, they can't talk and someone's got to stand up for them."
Well done Niamh and thank you for being a voice for voiceless embryonic children.

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