Impotent Queen Elizabeth's Justice Is to Murder a Toddler

The Queen of England's judges will allow the dead of a child and the Queen will do nothing.

Doctors in England said little Alfie Evans would die within minutes of being taken off a breathing machine. Instead, more than 24 hours later, Alfie lives. So now judges have decided Alfie must be starved to death because he belongs to the state, not his parents.

His parents have been granted permission to send Alfie to Italy at no cost to the United Kingdom. But Queen Elizabeth's judges want her subject dead. It is a reminder of how impotent the Queen of England is. On paper, she is the most powerful person in the United Kingdom. In reality, she gets to celebrate the birth of a new great grandchild while turning a blind eye to judges, in her name, murdering a child.

What a monstrous country England has become. What good is having a sovereign who reigns over judges unwilling to let parents help their children live?

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thefirstRowdyone
thefirstRowdyone

In the US 50 million or more children have been killed in the womb; some immediately after delivery. How does this differ from England starving the child until it is dead? The problem is caused by granting life and death decisions to politicians and judges. When will the citizens decide that enough is enough and reclaim rule by the people. The US battle death in all the wars we have ever been engaged in has been 651,008 lives lost. The abortion total since 1973 has been more than 50,000,000 lives taken.

Wayne_Peterkin
Wayne_Peterkin

It is beyond my ability to comprehend how a state (other than Russia and China) can take custody of a child from caring parents and dictate the death of that child. It is simply barbaric, and should not be tolerated in any civilized society. The parents should be permitted to remove that child from the hospital and transfer him to a facility that offers care and some hope, however limited. The state should be condemned for preventing this. So much for socialized medicine and death panels, don't you think?

CarolAnne
CarolAnne

If you have a Twitter account, please share the above article and/or this one by Erick to @KensingtonPalace and @RoyalFamily. <--These are 2 verified accounts (there are some fake ones). It might get the Palace's attention if they began to receive hundreds of these on social media.

CarolAnne
CarolAnne

Today at RedState, writer Kira Davis explains it all. Go there. I will try to find the link for you.