Monday, December 10, 2007

Pro-Life News Bytes - December 10

The Parliament will be debating bill C-484, the Unborn Victims Of Crime Act on December 13. While it's unlikely the bill is going to be voted on before the Parliament adjourns for Christmas break, it's still worth contacting your MP before Thursday.

Another news - there's more to the pro-life movie Bella than just acting. Eduardo Verastegui, the star actor of the movie, has actually saved a real baby while doing research for his role in the movie.
Eduardo says, "I decided to go to an abortion center to see if I could learn more about what women think and feel when faced with a crisis pregnancy..." That's when Eduardo met a couple seeking an abortion. He spoke with them for 45 minutes, offering them hope, help, encouragement and his phone number.

"Several months later," Eduardo continues, "I received a phone call from the man I met with the pregnant lady in front of the abortion center. He said, 'Hello Eduardo - this is Javier, and I have great news. My boy was born yesterday! I want to thank you and ask your permission - I would like to name him, Eduardo.'"
That's probably why the militant pro-abortionists want a law that would ban pro-lifers from approaching abortion facilities.


Madonna said...

Unborn Victims Rights??? Huh??? So, let me see if I got this straight... if a pregnant woman loses her child during an assault on her person ie the expectant "mother" is assaulted and her "unborn child" is killed or dies as a direct result, or her unborn child dies as a result of a car accident or whatever, that "unborn child" has rights? Well, what if the woman is on her way to have an abortion and gets hit by a drunk driver or something. Do those rights still apply? Does the child in her womb all of a sudden become of "human origin?" How messed up is that? That my man is a joke... he he he Was that me laughing? Did I actually find that funny? nah.... stupid is more like it!

Leonard said...

<<Does the child in her womb all of a sudden become of "human origin?">> So what origin do you think he is? Believe it or not, a baby in the womb is already a human being. He may not yet be able to talk or walk (as he wont be able for about a year after birth), but that's already a person; a child with the future, which none of us has the right to take away.

So yes, you got that straight. If you harm a pregnant woman and cause her to miscarry her baby - you should be charged with two separate crimes. Because guess what - you shouldn't have harmed that women in the first place (be that assaulting her or driving drunk and hitting her with your car or even slipping some abortive drugs into her drink so she miscarries and you wouldn't have to pay child support).

If you find that concept laughable - too bad for you. But apart from you there are 33 million Canadians, including some 250,000 in the womb and they all want to live. Moreover - they want to live without being assaulted by you or anyone else who fails to understand that harming a person (no matter how big or small the person is) is a criminal offense that should not remain unpunished.