The abortion pill in Hungary

It is truly amazing how much power and influence a nonexistent party can assert on its coalition partner. I’m talking about the Christian Democratic People’s Party or KDNP (Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt). This non-party, which is not even considered to be a full-fledged coalition party by Fidesz, has enormous influence, for example, on education.

The Christian Democrats worked hard to elevate the Catholic Church in Hungary to its current privileged position. As the political arm of that church, one of KDNP’s serious concerns is the sanctity of life, and that life, according to the teachings of the church, begins with conception. This issue caused quite a bit of friction between Fidesz and the Christian Democrats at the time the new constitution was being drafted. If it had depended on the most radical members of the KDNP caucus, Hungary today would have a constitution that  forbids abortions altogether.

But here Viktor Orbán drew the line because he considered such a move political suicide. He left the door open, however, for further changes in the law.  As the BBC’s Nick Thorpe remarked at the time, the  new constitution “paves the way to limit abortion because of the paragraph that states that the life of the fetus will be protected from the moment of conception.”

Although the number of abortions in Hungary is far too high, the remedy is not prohibition. Unfortunately, the baby-loving government is not a promoter of contraception: “the pill” is not subsidized by the government.

In the last year or so we didn’t hear much on the subject of abortion. A notable exception was the clash between Brussels and Budapest in June 2011. As it turned out, Hungary received 16,000 euros for some project or other but the money was actually spent on an anti-abortion campaign. In charge of the project was Miklós Soltész, undersecretary for family and youth in the Ministry of National Resources (now more logically called the Ministry of Human Resources). And to which party does Soltész belong? You got it! KDNP. On the EU side of the controversy was Viviane Reding, EU Commissioner for Fundamental Rights, who has lately been a thorn in Viktor Orbán’s side. Reding demanded the return of the misspent money.

The current upheaval concerns the “abortion pill,” widely known as RU-486. The trade name of the drug to be distributed in Hungary, Czech Republic, Denmark, Norway, Romania, Sweden, and Slovakia is Medabon. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the abortion pill in 2000. The World Health Organization believes that RU-486 is a safe and effective treatment for terminating pregnancy. The pill is widely used all over the world and in France, for example, more than one-third of all abortions are done chemically.

So what happened in Hungary in the last few days? On May 19 a short article appeared in Magyar Nemzet informing its readers that the “abortion pill” had been approved by the Hungarian equivalent of the FDA. The newspaper actually lauded the procedure as easy and safe and it almost sounded as if they welcomed its appearance. The Christian Democratic politicians, however, took the other side of the argument. The KDNP caucus had a meeting on Monday morning  where the decision was made to oppose the introduction of the drug in Hungary.

In medical matters the KDNP spokesman is Kálmán Nagy, an ordinary GP who speaks with such authority that it boggles the mind. He emphasized that his party is against all forms of abortion, but he and his colleagues have specific problems with the abortion pill. According to our expert, taking a pill has a greater negative psychological effect on the woman than surgical intervention. “At its early application it turned out to be fatal,” he misleadingly added.

Miklós Szócska, undersecretary in charge of health issues, had to answer Nagy. From his answer it was clear that he will not stand up to the latest attack of KDNP. He explained that “approval” of a drug doesn’t mean that it will be available and therefore used. He also explained that the Hungarian FDA had no choice: in 2009, when fourteen European countries approved it, the EU demanded that the rest of the EU countries follow suit. So, Szócska gave the impression that  approval was unavoidable but that he can actually stop the sale of the drug in Hungary.

This, it seems, is not true. In fact, the formula that is in the abortion pill is already being used in Hungary if a doctor finds chemical preferable to surgical treatment. Only the registration of the drug was missing. As far as I can ascertain, Szócska can only decide whether the state insurance plan will pay for the the procedure. Looking at the price of the pill and its administration in other European countries, the cost should be around 40,000 Ft.

Of course, the leading lights of KDNP, Kálmán Nagy and Péter Harrach, are certain that “there will be no abortion pill in Hungary.” István Pálffy (KDNP), former TV personality, is also certain that the abortion pill will never be introduced in Hungary. According to him, the opinion of the World Health Organization and the medical profession is “rubbish” (marhaság). The marketing of Medabon is the result of lobbying on behalf of the manufacturers. This interview with Pálffy is available on video and is certainly worth watching.  According to Nagy, “Miklós Szócska promised that this method of abortion will not be introduced in Hungary.” How will Szócska get out of this situation? I guess he will figure something out. These guys are inventive.

Both MSZP and DK immediately objected to the KDNP demand and the seeming agreement of Szócska with the Christian Democrats. Csaba Molnár, the deputy chairman of DK, announced that his party can’t accept any “disguised tightening of the abortion law.” MSZP “stands up against the limitation of women’s rights.”

On the other side, the pro-life groups organized a demonstration. Even according to MTI it was a tiny one of “about two dozen men and women,” including some politicians. Zsolt Semjén, chairman of the Christian Democratic party and deputy prime minister, demonstrated alongside Előd Novák and his wife Dóra Dúró, important leaders in Jobbik. In fact, Novák is rumored to be behind the notorious Nazi Internet publication, kuruc.info.

While the Christian Democrats argue about the abortion pill, more and more women are already going to Vienna to receive treatment there. In Austria 50-70% of all women seeking abortion opt for the pill. The Austrian gynecologist who was interviewed by Magyar Rádió talked about the growing number of women visiting his hospital.  And this is exactly what Csaba Molnár (DK) focused on today. The Orbán government’s policies hurt the poor. Any tightening of abortion options hurts those who cannot get into the car, drive to Vienna, and pay 500 euros for the procedure. If Medabon is not available in Hungary, people in the higher income brackets will be able to use the less dangerous and more comfortable method of terminating pregnancy. The rest will be treated surgically.

I’m curious what the last word on this will be. If I had to guess, the “compromise” will be that the procedure will not be covered by national health insurance. That would save money and favor the well-to-do. It would be a typical Fidesz solution.

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I think this entry beautifully ties in with a previous blog entry “If you want a happy retirement, start producing babies”.
the life of the fetus will be protected from the moment of conception states the new Hungarian Constitution. A new idea Fidesz tries to push through is that pension will be paid out according to how many child a mother/father had.
So, if someone goes to the doctor and it is established that she is pregnant (now this can be done as soon as a week after conception or less), but she will loose her pregnancy (most women think they just got their period), would the number of lost pregnancies count?

As far as abortion goes.. I do not think that Palffy, Orban and the other hypocrite men, who I am sure never had intercourse outsides marriage or masturbated as it is totally opposite what the Catholic church teaches should poke around in other women’s cervixes’ other than their own wives/lovers/etc.

Ron
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Some1 You are absolutely right. Please find attached some boring statistical data about the population from 1949 till today.

http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xstadat/xstadat_hosszu/h_wdsd001a.html

Interesting though is the increase of the mortality rate and decrease of the life births during the Fidesz years.

I am sure this has somehow blamed to the communists, socialists, etc.

cheshire cat
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I’m used to getting a shock when watching Hungarian news, but this interview with Palffy compares with nothing. He says: “Do you know what’s in his tablet? Acid! They simply pour acid over the baby!” A tablet you take orally, that goes through your digestive system, gets into the bloodstream, travels to the fetus, completely unchanged and intact, and then suddenly turns into a handful of pure acid and kills the baby… My word, what a genious. Also, ha claims that there isn’t enough data about the safety of the tablet. Never mind that it has been being tested, researched through well-documented clinical trials for 10 years. Never mind that it has been offered as an alternative in Britain for about 10 years, never mind it has been established to have fewer risks and side effects than D&C….it is all rubbish and lobbyist marketing. Palffy will be the one who decides and tells us when it is really safe. Olga Kalman invited Czeizel on her show to tell us the REAL medical data. But I still can’t believe how stupid Palffy and KDNP are. As soon as they hear the word “abortion” they think it is their area and it’s… Read more »
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Some1 :
I do not think that Palffy, Orban and the other hypocrite men, who I am sure never had intercourse outsides marriage or masturbated as it is totally opposite what the Catholic church teaches should poke around in other women’s cervixes’ other than their own wives/lovers/etc.

What I meant to type is “shouldn’t poke around”.

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Again this lovely mix of arrogance, incompetence and laziness in case of the Hungarian politicians is amazing. Palffy, the KDNP spokesman is just an archetype of a Hungarian right wing moron. In the US I see that you can be pro-life and intelligent at the same time. Ok, call it what it is – you are against abortions. Fine. You will fight it everywhere you can. No problem we agree or disagree. But in this case the KDNP zealots just fighting one method – presumambly the safest (in the first 8 weeks) – because this is just spectacular and easy. Of course the abortion rate is over 30% in Hungary (per pregnancies between age 18 and 44). Now trying to change or fight that – well, that would be a whole lot of work (the dreaded “M” word again). Plus it would also involve openly disegreeing with Orban. These guys do absolutely nothing. They are just making abortion unsafe. By the way this 30% abortion rate is the same as China’s. A country where you need goverment permission to give birth. This interview is such a glaring admission of the KDNP’s impotence. On a personal note. This guy looked really… Read more »
zoobulz
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It’s true that Hungary isn’t quite the same as the US, and that outlawing this pill will affect most those who have fewer resources. When my wife was pregnant, because she was in an at-risk age group, she decided to have regular scans at a private clinic. It wasn’t cheap. She also had several screenings for down syndrome, etc. These were very expensive, because the samples had to be shipped to labs outside Hungary. But we decided it was worth the expense. Luckily, the results all came back fine, and also, the scans at the private clinic alerted us to a problem which could have turned out badly if it had remained unchecked. Meanwhile, at the state hospital, we saw a huge amount of mothers queuing up in crowded corridors, many with serious and distressing conditions who had travelled far from outside Budapest. My point here is not to brag about my comparative wealth, but to say that if you want to discourage or ban the right to have an abortion (which in my view is never desirable, but perhaps might be the most humane option), then you better be prepared to provide very very effective care for mothers who… Read more »
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zoobulz : My point here is not to brag about my comparative wealth, but to say that if you want to discourage or ban the right to have an abortion (which in my view is never desirable, but perhaps might be the most humane option), then you better be prepared to provide very very effective care for mothers who need help, or for children who are born with learning or physical disabilities. I haven’t noticed any great steps to this effect, correct me if I’m wrong. Very good point! Actually recall an incident from the 1980s. Under the “cursed communism” if a a woman wanted to have an abortion (wit the exception of emergency procedures), they had to go in-front of a panel. I am not sure how many members the panel had, but they were ultimately the ones who decided if you could have an abortion. I had a friend, who tried to have a baby since she was a young woman, but had no luck. SHe was married and never used birth control pills as they were hoping and hoping. As she turned more mature, they just did not even think that anything could happen. Well, it did.… Read more »
Kirk
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Consider this, all of the benefits for child birth go to those married where as single mum’s aren’t eligible. So now lets create a situation where we’ll have more mothers with potentially no support… gotta love it.

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London Calling! One of the problems with the medical profession in Hungary is that they still believe they know best when treating a patient. They have an omnipotent, omniscient attitude that was last seen in England 30 years’ ago. So never even question a Hungarian doctor – their supercilious attitude is unbelievable. And btw – with all my knowledge and skills, you had better divvy up the gratitude money. My partner had an awful experience in childbirth – she was unable to offer gratitude money and received punishing neglectful treatment, she believes, as a result; she is unable to have any more children. Her mother has a seriously bad back and told the (female) doctor she could not lay down on the bed – could she examine her sitting or standing please? The doctor harrumphed and physically pushed onto the bed and rolled her around during the examination while my partner’s mother suffered pain beyond tears. She has been unable to visit her for follow-up appointments – and this in April 2012. In England if a doctor did this it would be classed as a serious physical assault – and dealt with in a criminal court. I know I have… Read more »
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London Calling!

And btw Eva – Thanks for turning the nesting back on!

Regards

Charlie

Paul
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Our experiences with doctors and hospital care in Hungary have been similar, if not quite as horrific. Although when our then 4 year old daughter needed stitches in her mouth after a nasty fall, the way they treated her more than justifies the term ‘horrific’. We were even told off because she was screaming and my wife was in tears!

As for childbirth – if anyone reading this is pregnant and living in Hungary, all I can say is, if you aren’t rich, make sure you’re in the UK or somewhere else more civilised around the time you expect to pop. When my wife compares her experiences (both births in the UK) with those of her Hungarian friends, even those with enough money to go 1st class, the stories they tell are hard to credit. And on at least one occasion the Hungarian friend refused to believe that all the details of my wife’s experience could be true.

petofi
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As a Hungarian-born Canadian who returned to live in Budapest three years ago, I’ve had considerable difficulty figuring out the intricacies of using the informal/formal ‘you’. It’s not simple. For instance one of big problems was whether I could use the informal ‘you’ with a doctor thirty years my junior and someone I had known for about 10 years. Well, after some time, I hazarded the informal….I could sense (but did not see) a twitch–the formality implied respect and he was loathe to part with it. After that, I hardly knew how to address him!

An
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Eva S. Balogh :
There is an article in today’s Népszava about this. It seems that number of death is up, number of newborns is down. And, number of abortions is also up. In addition, the ideal family model isn’t shaping up the way Orbán would like. In the first quarter of this year the number of weddings is 2.5% lower than a year ago during the same period. Are your surprised? I’m not.

And half of those under age 30 is planning to leave the country (for short, or long-term work, or for good), according to the latest poll by TARKI. Never ever so many people wanted to leave (at least since the survey exists)… people seem to be voting with their feet.

http://index.hu/belfold/2012/05/24/sosem_emigralt_volna_meg_ennyi_magyar/#

Why have more kids only to see them leave? Having a livable country would help with the demographics a lot more than rules on abortion and penalizing the childless in the pension system.

GDF
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I seem to remember that this pill was originally called “the morning after” pill, because if it’s taken the morning after, it stops the embryo from settling where it is supposed to settle to grow into a baby. Therefore, according to some it is not really an abortion pill because if the embryo is not settled in place, it is not considered to be alive even by the right to lifers.

It it is taken at a later date, then it is an abortion pill, but in that case it is supposed to be taken with another drug, under medical supervision. In that case I don’t see too much of a difference between this or other methods of abortion, from the point of view of those who oppose abortion in principle, except that it is much easier on the woman who gets it this way. So the opposition to the RU 486 of the Hungarian right to lifers may simply be a strategy to make it harder on women, maybe this way they can reduce the number of abortions.

This was to be expected based on the wording of their constitution.

Paul
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It’s called ‘the morning after pill’ in the UK. It’s not seen as equivalent to abortion, so there’s none of the potential stigma/worry that you might get with that. I was quite shocked to read here that it’s described as an ‘abortion’ pill. What chance of a realistic debate when it already starts with that label.

And, as GDF says, it ISN’T an abortion pill, it just prevents the firtilised egg (assuming it has been) from attaching to the womb – much as ‘nature’ does with many other similar proto-embryos during an average woman’s lifetime.

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RU-486 is not the same as the Morning After pill.
RU-486 is only used when the pregnancy is confirmed and not later then 7 weeks into the pregnancy (5 weeks after missed period). RU-486 interferes with the progesterone. Lack of progesterone is the cause of many pregnancy loss in the first trimester. Progesterone is important to help to develop the lining of the uterus for the pregnancy. With the lack of this hormone the embryo cannot attach itself to uterus.

The Morning After Pill needs to be taken within five days of intercourse, as it does not terminate the pregnancy from the point that the fertilized egg implants itself to the endometrium (lining of the womb). How exactly it works is kind of a muddy. Some say that it prevents ovulation but it also works when the woman already ovulated, so it is likely that somehow makes the egg not suitable to the sperm.

Paul
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OK, it’s a different pill! I’ve never heard of it, but maybe it’s just one of the options for an abortion in the UK. We don’t make the big fuss about it that other countries do, so it’s not likely to be an issue over here.

By the by – this should be a reply to Some 1’s reply to my reply to GDF’s post, but there is no ‘reply’ option on Some 1’s post, just a ‘quote’. Can anyone explain why this is?

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GDF :
if the embryo is not settled in place, it is not considered to be alive even by the right to lifers.

That is wrong info. Life starts at conception according to those who fight hard against abortion. The biologically definition of the starting point of life is when the blastocyst (fertilized egg) implants itself to the endometrium (lining of the womb). According to pro-life activists life starts at the moment when the ovum (egg) fertilized by the sperm. At that point the ovum becomes zygote and splits into two cells.
It is called embryo when attaches itself to the womb, and fetus eight weeks later.

GDF
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You are probably right. However, the debate at the time of the introduction of the RU 286 was about the fact that if the zygote does not attach itself to the womb, and this can happen even without the RU 286 (in about 50% of the cases), the pregnancy stops anyway, naturally.

In any case, this issue is still being debated, when I entered “at what stage does life begin”, 516,000,000 hits were shown.

Just for the record, I am not a right-to-lifer.

Member

I should of said that I am fairly knowledgeable about this subject and the controversy that surround it for various reasons. I am also pro choice.

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GDF :
In any case, this issue is still being debated, when I entered “at what stage does life begin”, 516,000,000 hits were shown.
Just for the record, I am not a right-to-lifer.

Oh, yes, I know, but in Hungary it is very much the version I presented.
From the Hungarian Catholics Enciclopedia
A fogamzas – “Időpontja a petesejt és a sperma termékeny találkozása.”
Erkölcsi szempontból a ~ rendkívül fontos, mert az ember a ~ pillanatától személy, ezért az →abortusz emberölés. A →fogamzásgátlás elméletileg a ~ útjába állít akadályt, szeretné megátolni az élet keletkezését. Valójában sokszor a ~sal már elindult életet szakítják meg a →fogamzásgátló szerekkel is. – →áteredő bűn

“Conception – is when the egg and sperm productively meet.
From ethical point of view the [time of] Conception it is very important as a human is a person from the moment of conception, this is why abortion is a homicide. In theory, birth control stands in the way of conception, tries to interrupt the beginning of life. In reality with with the birth control methods often interrupt the life that already started.”

http://lexikon.katolikus.hu/F/fogamzás.html

petofi
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Is it any wonder, then, that Muslims multiply geometrically while the judae-christians
increase in a measured way? Any short trip to a Muslim country will leave you with the baffling reality of 15 year old girls having 2 or 3 kids already. “A gift from God!” cry the Imams. How to take care of them; rear them; educate them…well, God will look after.
The imams and Orban are on the same page here. Problem is, Christians of the 21st century will have to be saddled with medieval mindsets to follow the Church blindly.

Ahhh….wait a minute….

Paul
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“Muslims multiply geometrically”

Leaving aside that this is a carelessly racsist comment, it is also a mad one. If they really did multiply geometrically, given that they have been around for many hundreds of years, there would now be more Muslims than there are people on the planet.

Dubious
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The morning after pill seems to be very available and widely used in Hungary. I think this one is different (in ways I don’t pretend to understand).

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I seem not to be much of a fan of this nesting. I have to poke back through the posts to find the newer ones. (I look at the posting times) What would help (but probably not be practicable for WP) is to number the posts consecutively by time. Thus Dubious’ post of 3:13 PM would not be numbered #28, but have an earlier number as at least 4 or 5 posts came after his.

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I am with you.

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An :
And half of those under age 30 is planning to leave the country (for short, or long-term work, or for good), according to the latest poll by TARKI. Never ever so many people wanted to leave (at least since the survey exists)… people seem to be voting with their feet.

Well, then Fidesz will win the next election, as the people who stay are the ones who are happy with Fidesz. That is a great election technique too, make only Fidesz closes allies happy, and they will be only the ones who remain and will go voting.
Amongst the blinds, the man with one eye is the King.

petofi
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Paul : “Muslims multiply geometrically” Leaving aside that this is a carelessly racsist comment, it is also a mad one. If they really did multiply geometrically, given that they have been around for many hundreds of years, there would now be more Muslims than there are people on the planet. Paul, Sure, it’s a gross generalization and an over-simplification and mathematically incorrect. So what. The kernel of truth is this: Muslims, led by their Imams, have developed a fool-proof way of defeating the infidel–outbreed him. Sets the democratic political system on its head, too. This isn’t my idea, by the way. Back about 10 years ago when we were in the Balkans a Macedonian (of wide reading) suggested to me that the reason Muslims were fighting in so many parts of the globe was because they wanted to create a Muslim refugee population which, when transplanted to North America, would breed and spread the Muslim faith. Damn, if 10 years later the Toronto are and near countryside ain’t dotted with mosques! And, there are movements afoot in various areas of Canada to adopt sharia law, too. By the by, remember the brouha over a Muslim center near the NY towers?… Read more »
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Petofi, do you have a list of people we should be afraid of? Gipsies, Muslims, Hungarians, Dentists … I don’t want my children to be caught off guard.

petofi
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Well done, Muttdamon!
The proper reply is a skewering irony.
I only mean half of what I say, and of that half, a good portion tongue-in-cheek. Or, as the old saying used to go: how do I know what I say until I’ve said it.

By the way, of your list, I’d definitely warn off the kids from dentists, lawyers, and most Hungarians!

Member

Crap! I forgot the lawyers. That’s what happens when you are tongue-and-cheek aka. skewering irony … If you only meant the half of it that’s still bad but you’re 50% better the Orban the 5th. 🙂

Kirk
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Canadian constitution would never allow the adoption of sharia law. In fact, I would argue that most Muslim’s are not interested in sharia law. And fighting as plot to send refuges abroad.. that is so insane it almost isn’t worth commenting on. Are you trolling?

GDF
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I guess one learns much more than just about Hungarian topics on this blog. I was convinced that the abortion pill and the morning after pill are the same. Now I looked it up on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emergency_contraception) and they are different in most cases. Apparently in China and Russia the same drug can be used as the morning after pill or as an emergency abortion pill.

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GDF :
Apparently in China and Russia the same drug can be used as the morning after pill or as an emergency abortion pill.

I can just imagine the ingredients…. although probably it is something that stops progesterone production all together as making sure that the fertilized egg cannot implant as there is no proper place to attach.

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petofi So what. The kernel of truth is this: Muslims, led by their Imams, have developed a fool-proof way of defeating the infidel–outbreed him. Sets the democratic political system on its head, too. This isn’t my idea, by the way. Back about 10 years ago when we were in the Balkans a Macedonian (of wide reading) suggested to me that the reason Muslims were fighting in so many parts of the globe was because they wanted to create a Muslim refugee population which, when transplanted to North America, would breed and spread the Muslim faith. Damn, if 10 years later the Toronto are and near countryside ain’t dotted with mosques! And, there are movements afoot in various areas of Canada to adopt sharia law, too. By the by, remember the brouha over a Muslim center near the NY towers? Do you think many westerners realize the significance of building over ruins? Can you please stop your racist comments. Every religion or ethnicity have their crazies. Hungarians have Orban for example, but you do not want people think of you as they perceive Orban. As for the Toronto mosques.. Why on Earth does this bothers you? They are certainly not in… Read more »
petofi
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Some1:

Please read what I wrote to Muttdamon by way of an answer.

By the way, perhaps the mosques are ok, but I definitely draw the line at attempts
to have sharia law in Canada.

Ron
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Yesterday, I made a comment (number 3) about mortality rates and life births during the Fidesz years (1998-2002 and 2010 and 2011). I notice that in general the trend during these years is negative. However, during reviewing some of the statistics, when the trend is very negative it is removed altogether (replaced by ..) or not mentioned at all.

The other thing is if you compare this with Eurostat the trend is the same, but the figures are different. This may be caused by different methodologies.

http://www.ksh.hu/docs/hun/xstadat/xstadat_hosszu/h_wdsd001b.html?271

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Have a look at this:
http://ontd-political.livejournal.com/9688124.html

It is in mild language except for the last paragraph which I quote:

Health warning: carrying to term may result in giving birth to one or more woman-hating assholes who will win an absolute parlamentary majority and use it to pass a new constitution that ~protects life~ from conception and then invoke said constitutional provision to shit all over your rights.

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petofi :
How do I respond when there is only a ‘quote’?

Eva’s main subject is called the Blog Entry (in my book, so it is easier to understand).
Some people simply Comment to the Blog Entry.
The “quote” option only after Responsesthat came after a Comment.
If you wish to reply to the Blog Entry just type your Comment in the Reply box
If you wish to respond to a comment already made you scroll up to the Comment, and reply to that Comment, quote or no quote.
If you wish to reply to a Reply, you have to use the quote, there are no other option. Having said that when the Reply window opens wit the quote in it, you cans simply erase parts of the quote or the whole quote all together.

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Chang :
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