A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.
Another tragedy from the U.K.’s National Health Service: “Baby Indi Gregory has died after being removed from life support.” An excerpt:
Indi Gregory, a baby diagnosed with a mitochondrial disease, has died after a UK judge ruled her life support could be removed against her parents’ wishes.
Doctors at Nottingham University Hospital’s NHS [National Health Service] Foundation Trust claimed Indi needed to be removed from life support so as not to prolong the process of her death. Her parents disagreed, though, arguing that Indi was disabled — not dying.
“Our daughter responds to us, and on her good days she is babbling, making noises, moving all her limbs. She can definitely experience happiness. She cries like a normal baby,” her parents said in a statement last month. “We know she is disabled, but you don’t just let disabled people die. We just want to give her a chance.”
Amid a court battle to save Indi’s life, Italy granted Indi citizenship, and the Vatican City’s children’s hospital, Bambino Gesù, said it was willing to provide Indi care. “They say there isn’t much hope for little Indi, but until the end I will do what I can to defend her life. And to defend her mum and dad’s right to do everything they can for her,” Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni said.
Read the whole thing. In short: A little girl was sentenced to death by the British judicial system.
Remember the transgender school shooter in Nashville earlier this year who murdered several children at a Christian school? Well, as you might have already seen, photographs of pages from the killer’s manifesto—which had been kept from the public—were obtained by Steven Crowder and confirmed authentic by several media outlets. It was chilling stuff. Since, then, The Daily Wire reports: “Nashville Police Say 7 Individuals On ‘Administrative Assignment’ Amid Probe Into Leaked Images From Covenant School Shooter’s Manifesto.” People are only interested in the motives behind hate crimes when they don’t implicate the LGBT movement.
Once again, the international elites make claims that are not only untrue—but are the precise opposite of the truth. Exhibit A: “Opposition to Sodomy is Colonialism, says UN Expert.” Read my recent column on leftist sexual colonialism in the developed world to get a sense of how ludicrous that is.
Over at Triggernometry, there’s a good interview with the journalist who uncovered the scandals that got the Tavistock gender clinic in the U.K. shut down: