Pro-choice movements of 1850s and 1960s have same result

The pro-life billboard in the rancher’s field on Highway 97 just north of Wildwood has again been replaced.


The pro-life billboard in the rancher’s field on Highway 97 just north of Wildwood has again been replaced.

This is the third billboard. The previous two have been vandalized and defaced.

The inconvenient truth it proclaims is: “Abortion stops a beating heart.”

We have passed from a patriarchal to a matriarchal society; this is one fact of life that “Big Sister” doesn’t want spoken.

A 66-year-old grandmother, Linda Gibbons, has spent 10 of the last 20 years in Canadian prisons for spreading this message in the bubble zones surrounding abortion clinics.

Two go in, one walks out.

Her conscience says someone should stand up the vulnerable and defenceless in our society.

In 1857, the pro-choice (actual name) movement in the southern states passed the Dred Scott Law that designated a black man as a non person, thus, justifying slavery.

One hundred years later another pro-choice movement had the unborn baby designated a non person, justifying 100,000 abortions a year in Canada for the last 20 years.

The pro-choice movements in the 1850s and the 1960s have had the same result: the dehumanization of people and society.

In education planning we have the motto “No Child Left Behind.” The child in the womb is saying, “What about me? Can I be that child?”

We have a new educational awareness program for mammogram testing.

The phrase is: “Taking care of all the girls.”

The documentary book, Unnatural Selection, Choosing Boys Over Girls, states there are 160 million missing girls in the world.

They were selected out of existence by ultrasound technology and abortion.

They were and are being aborted just because they are girls. This isn’t happening only in Asia.

Hospital birth records in our large Canadian centres where there is a higher population of cultures who value boys over girls are reporting disproportionate birth rates.

Abortion on demand plus ultrasound equals stopping little girls’ beating hearts.

In the feminist revolution the collateral damage has been to unborn babies and, paradoxically, more so to girls.

Alan Trenzek

Williams Lake

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