Monday, October 25, 2010

14 People In Uniform vs 5 Pro-Life Students

Michael Coren interviews "several enemies of the state" (the pro-life students that were arrested, handcuffed and fined $130 for trying to set up a pro-life display) on his show. Michael often reiterates that this is not an issue of whether or not you support abortion, but whether or not you support freedom of speech.

And, as Michael looks into the issue, he finds out that some students are less equal than others; that the same universities that defend one kind of controversial views (such as the "Israeli apartheid" expositions) violently deny right to free speech to those holding the pro-life views. It turns out that some universities even have a clause in their charter that allows them to shut down displays that go "against the mainstream values".
Michael Coren does an incredible job of demonstrating the incoherence of the position taken by “pro-choicers”.

José (JoJo) Ruba of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform also makes an appearance. He is such a smooth operator and a great apologist for the pro-life cause.

The tone of the show is very calm, non-inflammatory and somewhat stoic. It’s mostly factual. No fire and brimstone here.
Too bad the CTS TV website won't allow embedding the show directly in this blog, but you can follow this link to see it. See for yourself - the videos of the arrest and the videos of our educated tolerant "pro-choice" students who are only "pro-choice" when it comes to their own choice. Hear the arguments and judge for yourself who is the true pro-choice here.

P.S. Also check out this article: The price of free speech in Canada on the Oh! Canada! blog, by Pastor David Kalamen. Again, this is not about whether or not you agree with a certain idea. It's about whether or not people even have the right to freedom of speech - including the freedom to express ideas the majority might not agree with.

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