Friday, September 4, 2015

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.

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