Friday, July 3, 2015

Pro-choice violence - not in Wikipedia

A while ago anonymous blogger said in a comment on my blog, that she was anonymous because she feared pro-lifers. Because we are "scary". Her source was wiki-pedia:
"I'm psedonymous because your lot are fairly scary, BTW."
Since Wikipedia was happy to publish violence attributed to pro-life people, I thought I'd check out their entry for "pro-choice" violence. Quelle surprise. There is no such entry. What was I thinking?

Of course there are a ton of examples of "pro-choice" violence out there. This morning I saw the first one below. A "pro-choice" person punches a pro-life protester, who then falls backwards into a fence hitting his head. The assailant then drives off but not before using the F word a couple of times. In fact this seems to be standard language for these very angry "pro-choice" people.

And anonymous blogger is afraid of us? She should check out her own kind. They are the scary ones.

Below is my own version of Wikipedia "pro-choice" violence. The entry you'll never see in Wikipedia.

In this video "pro-choice" people repeatedly taunt pro-lifers who are peacefully praying. It is quite the spectacle these "pro-choice" people make.

This video has a bicyclist attacking peaceful protesters.

Here are some naked women taunting and using markers on peaceful pro-life people.

More here.

This man uses more profanity than I thought possible.

A knife-wielding attacker is found guilty of assaulting pro-life woman at Toronto Life Chain.

A woman attacks pro-life protesters.

A pro-life person is shot and killed.

Police Had to Form Human Shield Around Pro-Lifers to Protect Them From Abortion Activists

In Columbus Ohio Pro-Choice Woman Attacks Pro Life Protesters.

A woman attacks pro-lifers.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Pro-life clubs - What are universities afraid of anyway?

Another University pro-life group has been denied club status. This time at Ryerson University:
"In the fall semester we came together to form a student group called Students For Life at Ryerson (SFLR) and applied for club status through the Ryerson Student Union (RSU). In order to be approved and gain club status, we needed a majority vote from Ryerson Student Groups Committee. Unfortunately this did not happen.  Instead we got an email from a student group’s representative stating that we were denied club status because the union  “opposes…groups, meetings, or events that promote misogynist views towards woman [sic] and ideologies that promote gender inequity, challenges women’s right [sic] to bodily autonomy, or justifies [sic] sexual assault”. They provided us no evidence on how our group promoted misogyny or how we justified sexual assault which left us confused and offended. It was never (and never will be) our intention to marginalize, discriminate or judge women and so for our student union to make such allegations against us proves their misunderstanding of our group. After launching an appeal, our group waited a full month before being given the opportunity to appeal the denial of our student club. As a result of our meeting with our student union we were given the opportunity to plead our case for club status one last time in front of our Board of Directors. After an hour long meeting of more scrutinizing questions we were denied club status yet again by a unanimous vote."
What is it about Universities, that they are so offended by pro-life people, that they must be barred from campuses? What are these universities afraid of anyway, the truth?

And what ever happened to free speech on university campuses anyway?
"Legal action requires finances, and as two university students, there is not much we can do to contribute to the financial side of fighting for our rights. We need to raise $20,000 for various legal fees. Although this poses a great challenge, we refuse to let finances hold us back! We are aiming to reach out to pro-life individuals, groups, and communities, as well as individuals who support free speech, to help support us reach our financial goal. 
It is challenging being a pro-life student and advocate, but it is even more challenging when our own student union will not allow us to express our right to free speech because we do not align with the status quo. Please consider donating so that you can help us stand up for our rights but more importantly  the rights of the unborn. 
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Friday, June 26, 2015

Pro-abortions drop dangerous drugs into Poland

Women on Waves is going to dump Mifepristone (or RU-486) onto Poland. Literally.

They are flying the abortion drug in using drones.

Abortion is illegal in Poland. But that won't stop these people. And RU-486 is a very dangerous drug. Especially for women in remote areas with no access to emergency care:

But according to the Star article, Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, the founder of Women on Waves, says the drug is safe:
"women in the drone campaign should feel safe taking the pill without direct medical supervision and will receive instructions on what to expect, and when to seek medical attention, from their partnering organizations."
That's not what Renate Klein--a pro-choice person--thinks. In Klein's book (RU486: Misconceptions, Myths and Morals), she says:
"Readers might not draw the same conclusion [that the drug is safe and effective], like hemorrhage-like bleeding, including the need for a blood transfusion, and/or re-evacuation, cardiovascular problems, a potentially lethal infection, or an ongoing pregnancy." 
Then Gomperts tells the women to lie to their doctor if there are complications.
"If complications do arise, Women on Waves advises the women to tell their doctor that they miscarried." 
So how can these women be properly treated if they lie to their doctor about the dangerous drug they took?

It seems the pro-abortions will stop at nothing to ply their deadly trade. I hope that none of these women are killed by this drug.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

We need a Law announces election tour

From We need a Law:
"It is our goal that Canada's leaders don't ignore the injustice that is being committed against 100,000 of our pre-born neighbours every year. Lord willing, lifeTOUR will be hosting events in 18 cities from Charlottetown to Vancouver!
Canadians are perhaps, more than ever, fixated on important political issues during an election campaign. The 2015 election gives us a prime opportunity to inject the narrative of pre-born human rights into the issues being discussed by media and the politicians vying for Canadians' votes.
We invite you to check out and stay tuned for more details as the summer progresses."