How to cancel your Netflix subscription

To cancel your Netflix subscription, click the link below, which takes you to the Netflix unsubscribe page:

Click here to unsubscribe now: https://www.netflix.com/cancelplan

Once you have unsubscribed online, it will also be helpful to ring their UK call centre (toll free – 0800 096 6379) and let them know you have unsubscribed because they have committed to funding a legal challenge to the new law in Georgia which provides legal protection for unborn children.

It is important that they are aware that many people are unsubscribing directly as a result of their decision to fund this pro-abortion effort.

Alternative way to unsubscribe

If the does not work or you are cancelling your subscription on another device, follow the steps below:

  1. Sign in to Netflix.
  2. Click on the downward arrow at the top right corner of the page, next to your profile name.
  3. Select the ‘Account’ section.
  4. Under ‘Membership and billing’ click the grey ‘cancel membership’ box.
  5. Next click ‘Finish cancellation’ to confirm you want to cancel.


Background

The media giant, Netflix, is actively attempting to undermine new pro-life legislation in Georgia set to come into law early in 2020. The company is joining forces with the pro-abortion lobby group, the ACLU, in its commitment to funding the legal challenge to this law which protects unborn lives.

Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer, stated they will be “work[ing] with the ACLU and others to fight it in court.”

However, Netflix has come under fire for its apparent hypocrisy because, while the company is actively seeking to prevent laws coming into effect which protect the life of the unborn child and threatening to leave the state of Georgia if this does happen, it is stepping up production in Egypt and Jordan where abortion is completely illegal.

Not wanting to fund a pro-abortion effort to prevent a law that protects unborn from coming into effect indirectly,  pro-life groups have responded by unsubscribing from Netflix and organising a boycott of their services.

Why Georgia? Why now?

On the 7th May, Georgia’s Governor, Brian Kemp, signed a law that grants near total legal protection to unborn children. House Bill 481 restricts abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected except in cases of rape, incest, physical medical emergencies, and pregnancies deemed “medically futile.”

It is understood that media companies have been operating in Georgia due to the tax incentives offered by the state. Disney has also threatened to boycott Georgia should its pro-life laws come into effect.

Right To Life UK is also encouraging pro-lifers to boycott Netflix by cancelling their subscription and signing a petition. Those who do not have a subscription to Netflix are encouraged to sign the petition too signalling their intent not to start using Netflix and their intent to encourage family and friends to boycott Netflix as well.

Clare McCarthy from Right To Life UK said: “I cancelled my subscription today. I cannot support a company that I know is actively trying to promote abortion by doing everything it can to ensure the rights of unborn children are not recognised in law. If that means not being able to watch a couple of my favourite shows, it’s a small sacrifice I’m happy to make.”

Lord Alton: Taking the life of a child in the womb is not the answer – Not in Alabama or New York, not in Northern Ireland or London

Whilst the Brexit drama continues to unfold, there is a fight underway in the US which, arguably, says far more about a nation and its people than Britain leaving the EU: It is the fight over what protections, if any, a baby in the womb should have in law.

In the wake of the State of Alabama’s decision to pass The Alabama Human Life Protection Act, the abortion issue has hit the headlines once more. The bien pensant were particularly horrified by this piece of legislation – which grants full legal protection to unborn children and effectively outlaws abortion – leading to panic and hysteria in large sections of social media, and a number of celebrity personalities offering some bizarre, threatening, and macabre condemnations.

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