The National Post publishes a very interesting graphic.
And the National Post isn't the only 'main stream' media to be publishing debate over abortion lately.
The National Post Infographic
If you scroll down past the raw stats per province, you'll see quite a strong visual argument showing the various stages of the growth of the baby in the womb -- and when it is killed and how often.
Do note that the numbers stated are a vast under-estimation of the real numbers, which are much higher for the reasons the National Post cites. The real number is normally taken to be about 150,000 abortions per year in Canada. Or more.
Maclean's Magazine, another 'main stream' media provender also ran a story on the issue this past month. In fact, they've run a lot of stories lately. It's not a victory by any means. Some articles are positive and some negative, BUT at least it's back on the radar of the voting public. At least there is an awareness that something is seriously wrong with our society -- and that it is unexamined and makes no sense.
The recent output from Maclean's
Vancouver Sun: Abortion law would halt slide toward tacit acceptance of infanticide
Much of the renewal in public debate may be credited to the We Need a Law campaign.
Life Chain September 2012 (Langley)
"Local Pro-Life Groups throughout Langley continued the annual tradition of the Life-Chain.
decided that their general opinion was quite obvious, but wanted to
research individuals' personal opinions of the issue, reasons they
specifically thought signs would do, and how much they actually knew
regarding this heated issue.
Special thanks to my friend Patrick, who on the spur of the moment, agreed to act as interviewer for me." -- Alsandair Toms
What Kind of Religious Freedom Do We Want?
"Abortion advocate Patricia Baird-Windle declared that abortion is part of her religion. “You practice your religion and let me practice mine. My religion is a holy ritual of child sacrifice,” she has declared. Ginette Paris wrote the book The Sacrament of Abortion. And when the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances law
was passed in 1994, it included not only abortion clinics but also
houses of worship. In the days of Operation Rescue, when pro-life
activists blockaded abortion clinics, some abortion advocates retaliated
by blockading Churches. They were returning insult for insult, for to
them, the clinic is their place of worship."
Read the rest
Canadian Auto Workers Union battles ‘New Abortion Caravan’ pro-life campaign
Stephanie Gray, CCBR’s executive director, responded by saying, “The
old Abortion Caravan brought us abortion, which decapitates, dismembers,
and disembowels pre-born Canadian children. We seek to redeem history.”
“I also find it shocking that the largest private worker’s union in
the country is using its union dues to advocate for abortion.
Participation in this union is mandatory, and yet people like CAW
president Ken Lewenza are using the union dues of pro-life auto workers
to advocate for Canada’s status quo as the only Western democracy to
have no abortion restrictions,” Gray continued.
Read the rest of the story here.
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