Thursday, October 2, 2014

Flags for the Unborn


A picture is worth a thousand words. And in this case, a display is worth 100,000 words.  http://www.weneedalaw.ca/  put 100,000 pink and blue flags on Parliament Hill this morning to represent the number of abortions that take place annually in Canada.

This is only up for one day, until about 4 pm this afternoon. The big question is:  will the CBC national news cover it?  Call them and ask.

 

 
 

 

NDP leader Tom Mulcair walks past the display. As Suzanne Fortin said, ask him "when does life begin?"  

What a great move, people need to be shown the reality of abortion in some way. If they won't look at graphic signs, then let them take in the vast number of abortions. They have to be shocked in some way before they will comprehend the truth.

For more coverage on this:    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pro-life-group-plants-100000-tiny-flags-for-canadas-pre-born-on-parliament


And no, CBC didn't cover the story. Why anyone listens to the CBC is a mystery to me. They are paid for entirely by our taxes, yet they don't represent Canadian views, but the views of the liberal left. Privatize the network and see if it can float.








 



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not a thing. Surprise, surprise. It made the CBC blog: http://www.cbc.ca/newsblogs/politics/inside-politics-blog/2014/10/justin-trudeau-jason-kenney-and-kathleen-wynne-hit-the-stage-at-canada-2020-conference.html but not a story in any other news that I can tell, besides Life News.

Xbox hacking, hacked nudes of celebs, more important.

Anonymous said...

On a similar note, I'm surprised the CBC actually ran this extensive story about a Trinity Western graduate being attacked by a company she applied to work with by email.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/trinity-western-grad-attacked-for-being-christian-in-job-rejection-1.2791323

Julie Culshaw said...

What a horrific case of discrimination. However I am glad that she did not get hired by that company, could you imagine working with those guys, who sound perverted.

Anonymous said...

You've got that right, Julie. The part that bothers me the most is people who think it somehow 'serves her right'. If we saw someone doing this to another religion which is a minority in Canada, we'd never hear the end of it. But it's somehow OK against Christianity.

Also, the fact that they are trying to teach 'her' and her school tolerance, yet not tolerating the beliefs of others is pretty hypocritical!