Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Canadian Red Envelope Pro-Life Protest — March 31st

Oppose abortion by sending the Prime Minister an empty red envelope with a pro-life message in it. This initiative, the Red Envelope Project, has been going on in US for a couple of months. Now, it's coming to Canada. The date set for the Canadian pro-life action is March 31st.

It's simple. Just take an empty red envelope (you may still have some left from last Christmas,) seal it and write the following message on the back:
This envelope represents one child who died because of an abortion. It is empty because the life that was taken is now unable to be a part of our world. Responsibility begins with conception.

Then address the envelope to:
Prime Minister Stephen Harper
House of Commons,
Ottawa ON K1A0A6

And mail the envelope on March 31st. No postage necessary. If you got some red envelopes left - please consider mailing one to your MP and to Justice Minister Rob Nicholson - the one that wanted to have the Unborn Victims Of Crime Act withdrawn.

And don't forget to forward this information to all your friends. Not sure if we can send as many as 3 million red envelopes, one for every Canadian child who died before having a chance to live. But 100,000 envelopes (which is approximately the number of surgical abortions performed in Canada each year) is certainly achievable.

Let us show the Prime Minister and the Parliament that we're not in minority. Let us make it clear that the abortion issue has never been "settled", that voices of those who stand up for the unborn babies' right to life come from all across Canada and they can't be ignored. Together we can change the heart of The Prime Minister and save the lives of millions of children.

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