Saturday, September 26, 2015

Time for change in Ottawa-Vanier

The following quotes regarding abortion were made by Liberal leader Justin Trudeau:
It’s not for any government to legislate what happens – what a woman chooses to do with her body."
(Justin Trudeau doesn't understand basic biology: a fetus is not part of a woman's body, it is a separate human being.)

I have made it clear that future candidates need to be completely understanding that they will be expected to vote pro-choice on any bills.”

(Justin Trudeau discriminates against pro-life persons.)

"Since 1988, the Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed that a woman's right to choose in this matter is part of her fundamental rights and freedoms. And the Liberal party is the party of the Charter. And Canadians need to count on the fact that Liberals, with our votes, will defend women's rights and Charter rights."

(Justin Trudeau doesn't understand the Canadian Charter of rights and freedoms or the
1988 Morgentaler decision. There is no Charter right to abortion and the Supreme Court never recognized a Charter right to abortion. See

As someone who was raised Roman Catholic, and who attended a Jesuit school, I understand that it is difficult for people of deep faith to set their beliefs aside in order to serve Canadians who may not share those beliefs.”

(Justin Trudeau expects Catholics to set aside their beliefs in order to qualify for public office. Does he expect Muslims or Jews, or those of any other religious faith to set their beliefs aside too? And do Catholics have to set aside just their beliefs about abortion? What about other beliefs Catholics hold like duty to help the poor, to respect and be good stewards of God's creation, to minister to the sick, etc. Do Catholics have to set aside those beliefs too? Why does Justin's belief system (that abortion is a "woman's right") trump the belief system of others?)

But for me, this is what liberalism is all about. It is the idea that private belief, while it ought to be valued and respected, is fundamentally different from public duty.”

(Justin Trudeau thinks private belief is different from public duty. Do we really want to put our trust in someone to be Prime Minister of Canada when he can so easily park his conscience at the door?

Say no to Justin Trudeau

Say no to Mauril Belanger

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The inconsistencies of Justin and Thomas

First we had Justin Trudeau and his own relentless war on science, while saying that a Liberal government would end the war on science. Now we have Thomas Mulcair saying this about his $15 a day daycare:
"Starting a family is not only good for that couple, it's good for the economy."
So if starting a family is good for the couple and the economy, why does Mr. Mulcair support abortion?

Why doesn't he instead help women choose birth over abortion? Why doesn't he instead really help women and outlaw abortion coercion? Why doesn't Thomas Mulcair do something good for women, for families and for the economy?

Imagine if instead of aborting 100,000 Canadians every year, Canadian women gave birth to them? Now that would be growing the economy.

(Note that this study by IMF shows that universal daycare harms children.)

Monday, September 21, 2015

Euthanasia comes to Canada

This is where Canada is headed, Euthanasia on demand. It's what is happening in Belgium. We already have abortion on demand. And now euthanasia. How depressing.

The woman in the video is healthy, and of sound mind. Her daughter died and the mother Simone, is grieving. As her doctor says, "she has had it." Time to die. What a way to treat someone who is depressed. Kill them.

Justin Trudeau - the truth is what you believe it to be

Justin Trudeau said:
'War on science ends with the Liberal government'
Okay. Well science says that a pre-born child has the same DNA as a human being. Science says that a pre-born being of human parents is a human being. Science says that a pre-born human is a separate human being from its mother. Science says that a pre-born human has it's own blood type, it's own blood circulation and its own brain that controls all of its bodily and psychological functions.

Science does not say that a pre-born human is an artichoke or a cat. Science does not say that a pre-born human is a part of its mother's body.

So if the war on science ends with the Liberal government, does this mean Justin Trudeau will reverse his stand on abortion? That he will recognize a pre-born child for what it really is, a biological, physical, emotional, and spiritual human being separate from its mother, and worthy of protection?

Or will Justin Trudeau continue to cherry pick which category of human beings should be protected under the Canadian Charter with his own relentless war on science (in this case, the science of of human embryology)?
"Everyone Some human beings has[ve] the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice"
Because when we change the truth to make it what we want it to be, and not what it objectively is, the truth becomes meaningless.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Ottawa Vanier: time for a change?

Yesterday on CFRA, Rick Gibbons had the three main Ottawa-Vanier federal election candidates from the Conservative, NDP and Liberal party, on his show.

Liberal incumbent Mauril Belanger told us that he attends all the community AGM's and has regular coffees with constituents. That's funny. He's never invited me to any of his coffee dates. Come to think of it, he never answers my emails either. Although he has hung the phone up on me. I guess he invites his other constituents to coffee: the ones who agree with him on abortion. Or maybe they just don't know about his stand on abortion.

But the discussion got interesting between Belanger and Conservative candidate David Piccini when discussing the possibility of a tunnel going through the downtown core, to divert truck traffic.

Piccini: "I was at those King Edward task force meetings. I didn't see our Member of Parliament there."

Belanger: "Come on. I'm present all the time. Don't lie."

Unfortunately moderator Rick Gibbons stopped the exchange as there was only one minute left and he asked each of the candidates for their final words. I would have loved to know more about those meetings Belanger said he attended.

Belanger then had this to say:
"If people are not satisfied with the work I do, and I do work very hard, I would not have been re-elected seven times."
I think if a Liberal lamp post ran in Ottawa-Vanier, it would win too.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Kathleen Wynne's government makes numbers up

All day on CFRA today I listened to the news say that Kathleen Wynne's Liberals had consulted with 4000 parents over the new sex-ed curriculum. 

According to a freedom of information request done by Postmedia: not true.

In fact there were only 1,638 consultations done. And look at the questions that were asked, as reported by Sun media:
"...However, it’s not as if they could get any results that didn’t appear supportive of the new sex-ed changes. The questions were too broad for that. 
Here’s one: “It is important that curriculum is reviewed and updated regularly to keep up with the changing skills and knowledge children and youth need to thrive in today’s world.” Who’s going to say no to a statement like that? That’s why 85% of respondents strongly agreed and another 13% somewhat agreed. 
The same goes for this softball: “It is important to me that the school curriculum supports students in having the knowledge and skills that allow them to make healthy, safe and informed choices.” (84% strongly agree.) 
What’s the point of shelling out $19,000 to an external contractor to get responses to these vague statements? There isn’t a single question that’s specifically about the contents of the sex-ed curriculum. 
The closest was: “I believe that the school should teach my child about both the risks of sexual activities and about ways to make safe and healthy choices regarding their sexual health.” Only 59% of respondents strongly agreed with the statement. 
Postmedia reported last year that, according to the ministry, “Information gleaned from the parent survey will be used, along with work already done developing the previous curriculum, to draw up the new version which will be in place for the start of the next school year.”
Clearly that was bogus, considering the survey didn’t address anything specific about the sex-ed components of the curriculum. 
There was, however, one question that wasn’t all mush: “How much would you say you trust each of the following sources of health information, in terms of providing reliable and accurate information on sexual health to your child(ren).”
The options included four authority figures: Parents, doctors/nurses, public health officials and school curriculum/teachers. 
The teachers came last. In terms of which category parents consider “very trustworthy,” they put themselves at 87%, with doctors following close behind at 83%. Teachers scored a lousy 40%. 
In other words, survey respondents believe parents are the most reliable source to provide sex-ed to children."
I suppose this shouldn't surprise us. After all this sex-ed curriculum is brought to you by the same bunch who hides abortion information in Ontario: Kathleen Wynne's Liberals.

Make numbers up, hide numbers, it's all the same for this crowd of incompetents running the zoo over there in Queen's Park.

Friday, September 4, 2015

National Post and Linda Gibbons

Dear Christie,

Thank you so much for writing this fair story in the National Post. As I'm sure you have guessed by now, Linda is a pro-life hero. I've never seen coverage of Linda's arrest in the Globe, and I don't expect to.

Patricia Maloney

Graphic horrors of death

From the Globe's editorial board.

In a world filled with graphic horrors, the Western media have become increasingly squeamish about showing what war, famine or death actually look like. There is an understandable fear of upsetting the audience, and a well-founded reluctance to be seen making a market out of the suffering of others. But some upsetting images demand to be seen, precisely because they are a true representation of reality. They show us the world as it is, its cruelties exposed, and not the world as we would wish it to be. And by the shock to our eyes, our conscience may be stirred.”

-Globe and Mail, September 3, 2015

Moral crisis, yes. But the boy who died is just one tragedy. Abortion is thousands.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Ottawa Vanier - time to kick Mauril out

John Robson is voting Libertarian. I think I am leaning this way myself.

Yesterday on CFRA when Lowell Green had his Sephen Harper love-fest going on. He kept saying there were only three parties to vote for, Conservative, Liberal, and NDP. Good grief. What about Christian Heritage (which is who I would vote for if there was a candidate in my riding) or Libertarian? 

I contacted my Conservative candidate David Piccini to ask him his stand on abortion. Three times. No response. 

A friend said she had talked to him and that he is pro-life. If someone can't tell me what they believe in when I ask them, then I can't assume they really are pro-life, and if they are they better say something.

Here is what Coreen Corcoran, my Libertarian candidate, said when I asked her about her stand on abortion and euthanasia:
"The abortion debate, if reopened, will be long and difficult. I personally feel that where we need to start is with the fact that Canada does not have a law on the books making live birth abortions illegal. By the way, I was pleasantly surprised to see your name on an article from the National Post that I have referred to many times. I've heard arguments that this is rare and only done under very specific circumstances, but it is available nonetheless. As a Libertarian, the rights of the individual come first, and it would be pretty difficult to disagree that a full-term baby is not an individual. I also think science is going to be on the side of stricter laws at some point because we have technology available today that allows us to save premature babies born earlier and earlier. We seem to trumpet those success stories when the baby is wanted, but don't hear about it when the baby's life is terminated. 
In terms of when I think life begins, I don't have as solid an answer for you. Abortion should not be a form of birth control. With the availability of birth control and the openness about sex and sex education now, there really should be very few unplanned pregnancies anymore. I am not entirely against first trimester abortions. Women will still find a way to get them even if they are illegal, at the very least they need to be done in a safe environment. They should also only be done in rare cases.
On the topic of euthanasia and assisted suicide, I don't have a firm opinion at this time. I know all lives are important, but quality of life is important too. I have not done the research to understand how other countries have adopted it so I don't feel that I have enough evidence to give an educated opinion. But you have given me something to work on."
Of course Mauril Belanger is "pro-choice" following his pro-abortion leader Justin Trudeau.
(I wonder if the good people of Ottawa-Vanier realize just how "pro-choice" he is? If I have time I hope to drop off a flyer into all the mailboxes of people with Mauril lawn signs to educate them. And for crying out loud, the man's been in power for 20 years. Maybe a change is due folks?)

And well I didn't even ask the NDP, since their party is pro-abortion as well. 

Ms. Corcoran seems to be the most pro-life of all the candidates, so at this point she has my vote.