Due to coronavirus outbreak, and lot’s of death, Government of Brienia has decided to close borders until 31st March 2020. All visits to Brienia will be closed, except if private. Every travel from China or to China will not be possible, we urge our citizens to be cautious and careful, to care about hygene, to eat healthy. Even though this virus isn’t as deadly as SARS, this virus has killed currently (by 29th February 2020) 2,933 and 85,690 are infected (info taken from SITE). This virus can easily come to every country, because it is hard to detect it, it has very identical symptoms as common cold, SARS or any other virus coming from family of viruses “coronaviridae”. Thank you for reading.
To prevent coronavirus from getting to your body:
- Don’t interact with people coming from China, virus has began in Chinda and avoid them
- Wear mask
- Don’t eat food coming from China, in China, it started, but, it started from food and way they make food in China
- Eat healthy food, drink milk and please, drink natural and organic drinks, not coming from industry, especially from China, eat healthy food, organic and natural coming from farmer that has proof of food being healthy, milk is really healthy and brings anti-bodies and neutrons into organs and it helps body’s imune system
- Avoid China in any kind
- Keep in touch with media and press
This virus has been discovered in Wahun, in China, it beggin with spreading to fast. There are currently, in time of writing this article, 106 deaths and a lot of infected, currently 9 000 people. This virus can easily trick you, as symptoms are close to common cold or flu, but it is way dangeours, as SARS, even worse. It is infection of lungs and breathing system. There are a lot of videos of people falling on floor from coronavirus. It has been currently, by 28.1.2020., identified in USA, France, China, Thailand, North Korea, South Korea, Germany, Vietnam. So be careful and follow media and press and don’t panic, thank you.
From our childhood, parents teached us about God, Jesus and religion. Well, after we grow up, we just ignore that teachings and left religion. Christianity lives with it’s God Lord and will always live and stand, saying that communists love Christianity is heretical! Here is proof:
“We need to fight religion. This is the ABC of communism.” -Lenin
“God is lie!” -Lenin
“God is personal enemy of communist society” -Lenin
“We don’t believe in God” -Lenin
“We hate Christianity and we hate Christians!” – Anatoly Vasilyevich Lunacharsky
“Communism beggins where atheism beggins!” -Karl Marx
Atheist leaders have caused more than 100 000 000 deaths in less than 100 years.
Communist regimes put Marx’s principles into practice, starting with the first Marxist state. Between 1917 and 1921, the Soviet Union destroyed nearly 600 Russian Orthodox monasteries and convents. The leaders of the first communist country oversaw the killing of at least 300 Orthodox clergy. This bloodbath eventually became Soviet policy. The Eighth Party Congress decreed in 1920 that “the Party aims at the complete destruction of links between the exploiting classes and . . . religious propaganda, while assisting the actual liberation of the working masses from religious prejudices.”
Communist China is today’s worst offender. Since its founding, the People’s Republic of China has tried to control or eradicate every religion within its borders. Some, like Tibetan Buddhist monks, regularly face arrest, imprisonment or even death. Others, like Falun Gong practitioners, have their organs forcibly harvested for the benefit of party officials and foreign medical tourists. Christian churches are either shut down or forced to preach the party line. This includes the Catholic Church, which recently struck a deal with Beijing that allows the Chinese Communist Party to approve the selection of bishops and priests.
Tomislav was the first King of Croatia. He became Duke of Croatia in c. 910, was elevated to kingship by 925 and reigned until 928. At the time of his rule, Croatia forged an alliance with the Byzantines during their struggle with the Bulgarian Empire, with whom Croatia eventually went to war that culminated in the decisive Battle of the Bosnian Highlands in 926. To the north there were often conflicts with the Principality of Hungary. Croatia kept its borders and to some extent expanded on the disintegrated Pannonian Duchy.
Tomislav attended the Church Council of Split in 925, convened by Pope John X to discuss the use of Slavic language in liturgy and the ecclesiastical jurisdiction over Croatia and the Byzantine Theme of Dalmatia. Although the Pope sought to prohibit Slavic liturgy, the Council did not agree, while jurisdiction was given to the Archbishop of Split instead of the Croatian Bishop Gregory of Nin. Since the historical sources about Tomislav are scarce, the exact year of his accession and his death are not known. The rule of his successors was marked by a series of civil wars in Croatia and gradual weakening of the country.
King Tomislav upgraded country and made it better, he united all Croatian people in one nation called “Kingdom of Croatia”, unfortunately, his Kingdom was ruined by Kingdom of Hungary with Pacta Conventa, that was pact that made Hungary and Croatia be in personal union(A personal union is the combination of two or more states that have the same monarch while their boundaries, laws, and interests remain distinct. A real union, by contrast, would involve the constituent states being to some extent interlinked, such as by sharing some limited governmental institutions. In a federation and a unitary state, a central (federal) government spanning all member states exists, with the degree of self-governance distinguishing the two. The ruler in a personal union does not need to be a hereditary monarch.) even though Croatian rulers were better than Hungarian ones. But in fact, reason was that Croatia was threat to Hungary, Croatia had become much stronger and economicaly better, so Hungarian government wanted to destroy Croatia. When succesion crisis ocured in Croatia, Hungary saw great oportunity to destroy Croatia
Demetrius Zvonimir was the King of Croatia of the Svetoslavić branch of the House of Trpimirović. He began as a Ban of Slavonia and then as Duke of Croatia in the service of Peter Krešimir IV. Peter declared him his heir and, in 1075, Demetrius Zvonimir succeeded to the Croatian throne. Zvonimir married Helen of Hungary from the Árpád dynasty in 1063. Helen was a Hungarian princess, daughter of Béla I, and sister to King Ladislaus I of Hungary. They had a son, Radovan, who died in his late teens or early twenties. After Zvonimir’s death in 1089, he was succeeded by Stephen II, last of the House of Trpimirović. Stephen’s rule was relatively ineffectual and lasted less than two years. He spent most of this time in the tranquility of the monastery of St. Stephen beneath the Pines (Croatian: Sv. Stjepan pod Borovima) near Split. Stephen II died peacefully at the beginning of 1091, without leaving an heir. Since there was no living male member of the House of Trpimirović, civil war and unrest broke out in Croatia shortly afterward.
The widow of late King Zvonimir, Helen, tried to keep her power in Croatia during the succession crisis. Some Croatian nobles around Helen, possibly the Gusići and/or Viniha from Lapčani family, contesting the succession after the death of Zvonimir, asked King Ladislaus I to help Helen and offered him the Croatian throne, which was seen as rightfully his by inheritance rights. According to some sources, several Dalmatian cities also asked King Ladislaus for assistance, presenting themselves as White Croats on his court. Thus the campaign launched by Ladislaus was not purely a foreign aggression nor did he appear on the Croatian throne as a conqueror, but rather as a successor by hereditary rights. In 1091 Ladislaus crossed the Drava river and conquered the entire province of Slavonia without encountering opposition, but his campaign was halted near the Iron Mountains (Mount Gvozd). Since the Croatian nobles were divided, Ladislaus had success in his campaign, yet he wasn’t able to establish his control over entire Croatia, although the exact extent of his conquest is not known. At this time the Kingdom of Hungary was attacked by the Cumans, who were likely sent by Byzantium, so Ladislaus was forced to retreat from his campaign in Croatia. Ladislaus appointed his nephew Prince Álmos to administer the controlled area of Croatia, established the Diocese of Zagreb as a symbol of his new authority and went back to Hungary. In the midst of the war, Petar Svačić was elected king by Croatian feudal lords in 1093. Petar’s seat of power was based in Knin. His rule was marked by a struggle for control of the country with Álmos, who wasn’t able to establish his rule and was forced to withdraw to Hungary in 1095.
Austria-Hungary, often referred to as the Austro-Hungarian Empire or the Dual Monarchy, was a constitutional monarchy in Central and Eastern Europe between 1867 and 1918. It was formed when the Austrian Empire adopted a new constitution; as a result Austria (Cisleithania) and Hungary (Transleithania) were placed on equal footing. It dissolved into several new states at the end of the First World War.
The union was established by the Austro-Hungarian Compromise of 1867 on 30 March 1867 in the aftermath of the Austro-Prussian War. It consisted of two monarchies (Austria and Hungary), and one autonomous region: the Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia under the Hungarian crown, which negotiated the Croatian–Hungarian Settlement in 1868. It was ruled by the House of Habsburg, and constituted the last phase in the constitutional evolution of the Habsburg Monarchy. Following the 1867 reforms, the Austrian and Hungarian states were co-equal in power. Foreign and military affairs came under joint oversight, but all other governmental faculties were divided between respective states.
Austria-Hungary was a multinational state and one of Europe’s major powers at the time. Austria-Hungary was geographically the second-largest country in Europe after the Russian Empire, at 621,538 km2 (239,977 sq mi), and the third-most populous (after Russia and the German Empire). The Empire built up the fourth-largest machine building industry of the world, after the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom.Austria-Hungary also became the world’s third largest manufacturer and exporter of electric home appliances, electric industrial appliances and power generation apparatus for power plants, after the United States and the German Empire.
After 1878, Bosnia and Herzegovina came under Austro-Hungarian military and civilian rule until it was fully annexed in 1908, provoking the Bosnian crisis among the other powers. The northern part of the Ottoman Sanjak of Novi Pazar was also under de facto joint occupation during that period but the Austro-Hungarian army withdrew as part of their annexation of Bosnia. The annexation of Bosnia also led to Islam being recognized as an official state religion due to Bosnia’s Muslim population.
Austria-Hungary was one of the Central Powers in World War I, which began with an Austro-Hungarian war declaration on the Kingdom of Serbia on 28 July 1914. It was already effectively dissolved by the time the military authorities signed the armistice of Villa Giusti on 3 November 1918. The Kingdom of Hungary and the First Austrian Republic were treated as its successors de jure, whereas the independence of the West Slavs and South Slavs of the Empire as the First Czechoslovak Republic, the Second Polish Republic and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, respectively, and most of the territorial demands of the Kingdom of Romania were also recognized by the victorious powers in 1920.
Austria-Hungary was unstabble country due to their (bad) assimilating, actually, there was no assimilating, they were multicultural, they started 1st World War because of July’s ultimatum:
“Vienna, July 22, 1914
Your Excellency will present the following note to the Royal Government on the afternoon of Thursday, July 23: On the 31st of March, 1909, the Royal Serbian Minister at the Court of Vienna made, in the name of his Government, the following declaration to the Imperial and Royal Government:
Serbia recognizes that her rights were not affected by the state of affairs created in Bosnia, and states that she will accordingly accommodate herself to the decisions to be reached by the Powers in connection with Article 25 of the Treaty of Berlin. Serbia, in accepting the advice of the Great Powers, binds herself to desist from the attitude of protest and opposition which she has assumed with regard to the annexation since October last, and she furthermore binds herself to alter the tendency of her present policy toward Austria-Hungary, and to live on the footing of friendly and neighborly relations with the latter in the future.
Now the history of the past few years, and particularly the painful events of the 28th of June, have proved the existence of a subversive movement in Serbia, whose object it is to separate certain portions of its territory from the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. This movement, which came into being under the very eyes of the Serbian Government, subsequently found expression outside of the territory of the Kingdom in acts of terrorism, in a number of attempts at assassination, and in murders.
Far from fulfilling the formal obligations contained in its declaration of the 31st of March, 1909, the Royal Serbian Government has done nothing to suppress this movement. It has tolerated the criminal activities of the various unions and associations directed against the Monarchy, the unchecked utterances of the press, the glorification of the authors of assassinations, the participation of officers and officials in subversive intrigues; it has tolerated an unhealthy propaganda in its public instruction; and it has tolerated, finally, every manifestation which could betray the people of Serbia into hatred of the Monarchy and contempt for its institutions.
This toleration of which the Royal Serbian Government was guilty, was still in evidence at that moment when the events of the twenty-eighth of June exhibited to the whole world the dreadful consequences of such tolerance.
It is clear from the statements and confessions of the criminal authors of the assassination of the twenty-eighth of June, that the murder at Sarajevo was conceived at Belgrade, that the murderers received the weapons and the bombs with which they were equipped from Serbian officers and officials who belonged to the Narodna Odbrana, and, finally, that the dispatch of the criminals and of their weapons to Bosnia was arranged and effected under the conduct of Serbian frontier authorities.
The results brought out by the inquiry no longer permit the Imperial and Royal Government to maintain the attitude of patient tolerance which it has observed for years toward those agitations which center at Belgrade and are spread thence into the territories of the Monarchy. Instead, these results impose upon the Imperial and Royal Government the obligation to put an end to those intrigues, which constitute a standing menace to the peace of the Monarchy.
In order to attain this end, the Imperial and Royal Government finds itself compelled to demand that the Serbian Government give official assurance that it will condemn the propaganda directed against Austria-Hungary, that is to say, the whole body of the efforts whose ultimate object it is to separate from the Monarchy territories that belong to it; and that it will obligate itself to suppress with all the means at its command this criminal and terroristic propaganda. In order to give these assurances a character of solemnity, the Royal Serbian Government will publish on the first page of its official organ of July 26/13, the following declaration:
“The Royal Serbian Government condemns the propaganda directed against Austria-Hungary, that is to say, the whole body of the efforts whose ultimate object it is to separate from the Austro- Hungarian Monarchy territories that belong to it, and it most sincerely regrets the dreadful consequences of these criminal transactions.
“The Royal Serbian Government regrets that Serbian officers and officials should have taken part in the above-mentioned propaganda and thus have endangered the friendly and neighborly relations, to the cultivation of which the Royal Government had most solemnly pledged itself by its declarations of March 31, 1909.
“The Royal Government, which disapproves and repels every idea and every attempt to interfere in the destinies of the population of whatever portion of Austria-Hungary, regards it as its duty most expressly to call attention of the officers, officials, and the whole population of the kingdom to the fact that for the future it will proceed with the utmost rigor against any persons who shall become guilty of any such activities, activities to prevent and to suppress which, the Government will bend everyeffort.”
This declaration shall be brought to the attention of the Royal army simultaneously by an order of the day from His Majesty the King, and by publication in the official organ of the army.
The Royal Serbian Government will furthermore pledge itself:
1. to suppress every publication which shall incite to hatred and contempt of the Monarchy, and the general tendency of which shall be directed against the territorial integrity of the latter;
2. to proceed at once to the dissolution of the Narodna Odbrana to confiscate all of its means of propaganda, and in the same manner to proceed against the other unions and associations in Serbia which occupy themselves with propaganda against Austria-Hungary; the Royal Government will take such measures as are necessary to make sure that the dissolved associations may not continue their activities under other names or in other forms;
3. to eliminate without delay from public instruction in Serbia, everything, whether connected with the teaching corps or with the methods of teaching, that serves or may serve to nourish the propaganda against Austria-Hungary;
4. to remove from the military and administrative service in general all officers and officials who have been guilty of carrying on the propaganda against Austria-Hungary, whose names the Imperial and Royal Government reserves the right to make known to the Royal Government when communicating the material evidence now in its possession;
5. to agree to the cooperation in Serbia of the organs of the Imperial and Royal Government in the suppression of the subversive movement directed against the integrity of the Monarchy;
6. to institute a judicial inquiry against every participant in the conspiracy of the twenty-eighth of June who may be found in Serbian territory; the organs of the Imperial and Royal Government delegated for this purpose will take part in the proceedings held for this purpose;
7. to undertake with all haste the arrest of Major Voislav Tankosic and of one Milan Ciganovitch, a Serbian official, who have been compromised by the results of the inquiry;
8. by efficient measures to prevent the participation of Serbian authorities in the smuggling of weapons and explosives across the frontier; to dismiss from the service and to punish severely those members of the Frontier Service at Schabats and Losnitza who assisted the authors of the crime of Sarajevo to cross the frontier;
9. to make explanations to the Imperial and Royal Government concerning the unjustifiable utterances of high Serbian functionaries in Serbia and abroad, who, without regard for their official position, have not hesitated to express themselves in a manner hostile toward Austria-Hungary since the assassination of the twenty-eighth of June;
10. to inform the Imperial and Royal Government without delay of the execution of the measures comprised in theforegoing points.
The Imperial and Royal Government awaits the reply of the Royal Government by Saturday, the twenty-fifth instant, at 6 p.m., at the latest.
A reminder of the results of the investigation about Sarajevo, to the extent they relate to the functionaries named in points 7 and 8 [above], is appended to this note.«
«The crime investigation undertaken at court in Sarajevo against Gavrilo Princip and his comrades on account of the assassination committed on the 28th of June this year, along with the guilt of accomplices, has up until now led to the following conclusions:
1. The plan of murdering Archduke Franz Ferdinand during his stay in Sarajevo was concocted in Belgrade by Gavrilo Princip, Nedeljko Cabrinovic, a certain Milan Ciganovic, and Trifko Grabesch with the assistance of Major Voija Takosic.
2. The six bombs and four Browning pistols along with ammunition — used as tools by the criminals — were procured and given to Princip, Cabrinovic and Grabesch in Belgrade by a certain Milan Ciganovic and Major Voija Takosic.
3. The bombs are hand grenades originating from the weapons depot of the Serbian army in Kragujevatz.
4. To guarantee the success of the assassination, Ciganovic instructed Princip, Cabrinovic and Grabesch in the use of the grenades and gave lessons on shooting Browning pistols to Princip and Grabesch in a forest next to the shooting range at Topschider.
5. To make possible Princip, Cabrinovic und Grabesch’s passage across the Bosnia-Herzegovina border and the smuggling of their weapons, an entire secretive transportation system was organized by Ciganovic. The entry of the criminals and their weapons into Bosnia and Herzegovina was carried out by the main border officials of Shabatz (Rade Popovic) and Losnitza as well as by the customs agent Budivoj Grbic of Losnitza, with the complicity of several others.«
On the occasion of handing over this note, would Your Excellency please also add orally that — in the event that no unconditionally positive answer of the Royal government might be received in the meantime — after the course of the 48-hour deadline referred to in this note, as measured from the day and hour of your announcing it, you are commissioned to leave the I. and R. Embassy of Belgrade together with your personnel.”
It colapsed because they lost in Great war and winners seperated it.
Principality of Ermenstein’s people thinks that, Croatia should re-make Austria-Hungary because Croatia had big role in AH, which a lot of people forget. Also, Franz Ferdinand wanted to make Austria-Hungary triple Kingdom, Austria-Hungary-Slavia, but it failed.
At the end of 1st world war, also called Great War, Empires were divided. Serbia anexed: Croatia, Bosnia, Macedonia and Slovenia, first name was Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovens, decision was made by Prime Minister of Kingdom of Serbia when there was question: “Great Serbia, or united Yugoslavic nation?”, he choose united Yugoslavic nation. Due to complicated name, it was changed to Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Kingdom of Yugoslavia was constitutional monarchy ruled by prime minister, but ceremonial, Karađorđević dynasty. First ruler was Aleksandar I. Karađorđević. It was non-secular and utopia. 2nd World war began, and Kingdom of Yugoslavia got messed up. Croatia, well not exactly Croatia, Independent State of Croatia, puppet state of Germany ruled by Ante Pavelić. Independent State of Croatia was really violent and evil (BRUTAL EXAMPLES COMING, ONLY FOR ADULTS) for example: they made soap from human flesh, they killed Croats and Children, by(BRUTAL CONTENT) sticking needles into their eyes and a lot of brutal things that are not for newspapers.
After 2nd world war, Yugoslavia was restored, but not as constitutional liberal monarchy, but like socialist state called “Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia” ruled by Josip Broz, also called Tito or Josip Broz Tito. He banned religion and it’s practices, socialism is great evil that should be removed from government. Tito died and things got confusing. Who will lead nation? Miloshevich, Serbian president, took title of president of Yugoslavia. Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Macedonia declared independence. Macedonia got it’s independence on peaceful way, in Slovenia some people were killed(very little), Croatia got into war with Serbia on 1991. Thousands of people died, most destroyed city was Vukovar, city of heroes, 1 French soldier lost his life in war: Letter from his mom:
“To you, my son Jean-Michel,
On July 1, 2019, he would be 53 years old. In November, it will be 28 years since we search for 63 missing sheep bodies from Ovcara. Without success! Damn the war!
Part of my being, including reason, has gone with you. Your presence, your smile, your kindness, our conversations… All this makes your absence difficult.
“There is no one being and everything is desolate.” As for me, that’s right!
You’re with me all the time. We will meet someday, if God willing!
(Ovčara was place where mass of Croatians were killed on brutal way)
War in Bosnia and Herzegovina began 1992 and ended 1995 just when war in Croatia ended.
If we look everything, Kingdom of Yugoslavia was best version of Yugoslavia.
Republic of Ragusa(Dubrovačka Republika) was nation located in Dubrovnik, Dalmatia, on territory of today’s Croatia, Republic of Ragusa was an aristocratic republic, which is monarchy but only people who can vote and have political life were aristocrats, group of rich, smart people who were usually philosophers. Well, aristocratic republics were actually crowned republics, because they had their own monarch, usually doge. Aristocratic republics had a lot of money, they usually focused on history, science, knowledge and education rather than developing its self in construction of buildings and technology. Aristocratic republics are also very, very liberal. There was no democracy, in a form on voting and people deciding what to do, as Principality of Ermenstein judges’ democracy. For a difference of monarchy, aristocratic republics were smaller and legislature was full of philosophers and smart people, monarchy is basically full of rich people, except for aristocratic monarchies. Difference between Monarchy and Republic is that- in republic, all decisions come into public, monarchies don’t do it
Republic of Croatia should become monarchy. Kingdom of Croatia, Kingdom formed in middle ages, was utopia and it was liberal, Croatia should get monarchy back.
Over forty percent of Croatians would love to see a return to a monarchy in the country. According to a new survey carried out by the Croatian monarchist group “Consilium Regium Croaticum” two-fifths of the people questioned were in favour of the country having a royal family again. Forty-one percent of the 1,759 people questioned were in favour whilst fifty-eight percent said they wanted a constitutional parliamentary republic.
The Kingdom of Croatia was part of the Habsburg Monarchy that existed between 1527 and 1868, also known between 1804 and 1867 as the Austrian Empire. Until the 18th century, the Habsburg Kingdom of Croatia included only a small north-western part of present-day Croatia around Zagreb and a small strip of coastland around Rijeka. The Kingdom of Croatia-Slavonia was created in 1868 by merging the kingdoms of Croatia and Slavonia following the Croatian–Hungarian Settlement. On 29 October 1918, Austro-Hungarian Slavs declared independence and formed the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs.
The Croatian monarchist group commented on their website that “The poll showed that Croats tend to be more a traditional society, which reflects its history since Croatia until the second half of the 20th century was always a monarchy.” Adding that “there are a large number of Catholics and traditionalism in regards of religion could favour the monarchy and be against a republic.”
In Croatia, there are currently two pretenders to the Croatian throne. They are Crown Prince Karlo Habsburško-Lotarinški and Crown Prince Amedeo Zvonimir of Savoy-Aosta. Most Croatian monarchist movements support the Hapsburg family and want its Crown Prince, Karlo, to be their king.
We think that over 40% Croats is enough to bring Croatian monarchy back. Look at Croatia now, really poor country, so we officaly think that Croatia should be Kingdom once again. If our wishes come true, land of Croatia will be bigger as Croatian Kingdom beacuse first king, Tomislav, was ruler of Croatia and Bosnia, with it, Croatia will have much bigger GDP, much more citizens, people of Bosnia and Croatia will not suffer like now, and also, not only Bosnia, but large part of Montenegro, and really small part of Serbia(I will not talk about it) will be Croatia. If Croatia becomes Kingdom, it will also be one of strongest nations in Europe, Diplomacy will get larger. And also, Croatian military will get bigger, wich means that Croatia will get more powerful, not only economical, but also with military. Also, Secularism will be removed from Croatia wich will bring us more love from Pope, wich will also bring better diplomacy with Italy. With that statics, Croatia would be force. Kingdoms are more agricultural than Republic, so it will help Croatia with medicine, and life of peopl will be longer. And also, it will be best if Croatian Kingdom will be hereditary, beacuse you know “Apple doesn’t fall far from tree”.
Look at Spain, they are Kingdom, and there live richest people. Also, these days teachers are protesting beacuse our “very good” politians don’t want to give them good payment.
Also, Divine Right theory, wich atheists really hate, will be established.
It will be Utopia, but there is only one problem that doesn’t allow us to become Kingdom, politics. Croatian politicians think that they are democratic, wich is lie. People are dying, they have no job, why? Beacuse politicians are saying “We will give your this and this” but they don’t give us anything. And votings are rigged. Instead of being democratic state, should we be liberal state? Also, abortional rights should be abolished, “Why?” you ask, beacuse it is killing children, giving away their chance for living.
Science teach us that there is no God, but they lie, there is God, almighty, powerful, immortal, all seeing, always here.
Monarchy doesn’t allow abortion, monarchy doesn’t allow killing.
Also, very unnecesary laws.