Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Tory Recruitment Officer Slammed for 'Only Healthy Parents Should Have Children' Post.

TORY YOUTH members have slammed one of their representatives' Facebook post sensationally called for - "Only healthy parents should have children"

Berry post
Mr Berry is the recruitment officer at Bridgwater Conservative Future (CF), when appointed he called for new "ideas and proposals" from fellow members, its now seems doubtful members will be willing to take on board his ideas for the future of the UK.

Berry's public online post said - "One thing that is truly shameful and unfortunate is for the sick and weak, the heavily disabled and those with hereditory diseases to bring children into the world."

One CF member responded - "I am speechless. Appalling views."

Another CF'er said - "I assume he's sterilised himself in line with views?"


D Harding said...

I'm the chairman of Bridgwater Conservative Future and these shocking comments made on social media have just been made known to me.
Just to clarify, Mr Berry is not a member of Bridgwater Conservative Future anymore as he has left for University. We obviously do not condone what he said in the slightest and are shocked and saddened to hear that he has said such things.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't exactly scream 'sign me up' now does it. Shameful.

Anonymous said...

This is rich coming from Bridgwater

Anonymous said...

So much for freedom of speech. One person has the courage to speak on a controversial topic (something most MP's are incapable of) and instantly the media is involved. Seriously, is this a Soviet state now? We are not permitted to think of the welfare of children before they are condemned to a life of illness? This vilification only proves further that this 'democracy' of ours is a total illusion.

Ron said...

Well, by voicing a firm opinion on a controversial suject, Mr Berry has blown any chance of a political career. As refreshing as a controversial opinion is, anyone in politics should never nail their colours to the mast, that is political suicide. As we know any true, career politician will lie, obfuscate, avoid, and swap sides for a peronally more beneficial outcome.
With regard to his suggestion, as unpalatable as it sounds on the surface, may have some merit, but we will only know what merit, if any, by thorough debate. Half the country would happily see Jamie Bulger's killers executed despite them being just ten years old at the time. The fact they have a lifelong licence over their heads for a mistake made at such a young age is in itself a cruel and unjust punishment, however, despicable their crime. Therefore I call hypocrite to anyone who would decry the prevention of children without discussion.
Right or wrong there is an argument to be made by both sides.

Kieren Berry said...

Jaysen Sharpe and Huw Davies have missed the whole point of my post. The post does not mention adort foetuses yet he verbally confronted me in a Facebook message.

Jaysen posted up several tweets on his twitter acount, the last one of which calls me sexist, eugenicist and I have no idea whe that's come from. Where has eugenics come from, my post ? Doesn't mention it. Why would I support eugenics when my religion means more to me than science.

And finally, Ron thank you for your comment but one I do not pursue a career in politics and two why would I want to work in a job that requires me to lie and not stand up for what I believe ?!


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