England has imposed abortion on Northern Ireland, but an order that upholds a duty to promote causes of peace and human dignity is choosing to see the silver lining.
Abortion is now legal in Northern Ireland, a largely a pro-life country that has not had a government for over two years. The British Parliament imposed homosexual marriage and abortion in October 2019, and abortion regulations went into effect March 31.
James Dowson of The Knights Templar Order International tells OneNewsNow the abortion legislation is faulty because it allows abortionists to open for business basically anywhere, though not necessarily in medical facilities.
"This has gone very sneakily in at the last minute under the coronavirus legislation," Dowson notes. "But I think quick action by ourselves and several other groups has prevented it so far from being implemented."
At last report, there were no abortions taking place in Northern Ireland, and hospitals have been closed, except to coronavirus patients.
"One good thing is … more babies, more lives will be born than are taken through this coronavirus because everything's in lockdown," Dowson submits. "All the abortion clinics are closed, so more people will be given life than the virus will take. So God works in mysterious ways his wonders to perform.'"
Dowson adds, though, that there is no chance of overturning the law; it is there to stay.