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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Tax credits for fertility treatment

The new Fertility Treatment Tax Credit, which takes effect Oct. 1, will provide couples with 40 per cent credit on eligible expenses up to $20,000 a year for a maximum benefit of $8,000. Combined with existing provincial and federal tax credits, Manitobans could have up to two-thirds of their fertility treatment expenses reimbursed.

Refer to this link

Whats wrong with this?

1 - So much money is wasted when there are kids who need to be adopted.
2 - Invitro fertilization leads to the destruction of fertilized embryos this is abortion so these parents in a desire to have a child are willing to kill other kids.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Testimony of retired lawyer and blogger Dahn Batchelor:

Here is the fascinating testimony of retired lawyer and blogger Dahn Batchelor:

My mother was raped in January 1933 and as a result, I was born in October of that year. I wasn’t aborted and I didn’t end up dead on a rubbish heap and my mother didn’t abandon me. Had I been disposed of as a dead infant like thousands of infants who had mothers around the world who had unwanted pregnancies, certain events in history would not have occurred. For example, it was I that proposed in a UN crime conference in 1980 that a bill of rights for young offenders be created. That bill of rights was adopted by the UN five years later and has an effect on the lives of millions of children world-wide. It was I that suggested at a crime conference in Canada that Legal Aid should have 24-hour duty counsel on call so that anyone arrested in Canada at any time of the day or night has access to free legal advice while in the police station. I am mentioning these two events to point out that all human beings have some role to play in our society and shouldn’t be killed as infants simply because they are unwanted.

It’s ironic when you think about it. Many years ago I was driving home on a motor scooter early in the morning. I was on a highway heading south towards Toronto and the moon was out so I turned off my headlight as the moon lit up the countryside. Up ahead, I saw about a mile away, a turn in the highway. I remembered that turn when I was heading northward days earlier. There was a cliff at the beginning of the turn. Suddenly I saw a bright light in my face and heard the blaring of a loud horn. I stopped my motor scooter and much to my horror, I discovered that I had driven the mile towards the cliff while I was asleep. My eyes were open while I was driving towards the cliff but I was totally unconscious as to where I was or what I was doing. It was no different than sleepwalking.

A truck driver stopped his rig and he called out and asked me if I was alright. I told him I was so he climbed back into his rig and drove away. I realized that it was his headlights that flashed before me and his horn that I heard. He obviously saw me heading towards the cliff rather than continuing on the turn. If he hadn’t been at that location at that precise moment and warned me of what I was doing, I would have driven off the cliff and been killed. If that had happened, none of what I had accomplished after that would have come about. What is ironic about this event is that the truck driver has no idea that his actions had an effect on the lives of millions of children around the world who are protected by the UN bill of rights for young offenders. Had he been aborted or killed as an unwanted baby and discarded onto a garbage heap, I would have been killed that fateful night and nothing I did after that would have occurred.

I have said it before and I will continue saying. Everyone’s life has an effect on the lives of other people. If you doubt that, then ask yourself this rhetorical question; “Would I exist today if my mother or my father were killed as an infant because they were unwanted?”

Friday, May 14, 2010

National March for life 2010

This is the speech of the main organizer of the National March for life 2010

Cardinal Marc Ouellet speech at national March for life 2010

This is the speech of Cardinal Marc Ouellet

(Courtesy VideoMan Ottawa)

March For Life Day 2 Mass

What a Partial Birth Abortion Looks like

Dear Readers,

In Canada abortion is legal up to the ninth month, this is called a partial birth abortion. I shall let the pictures now speak

Is this really pro-choice? Is murdering and innocent baby a choice?

OH Canada at the National March for life 2010

OH Canada sung at the National March for Life 2010.

Will you stand on guard for Canada or will you just sing it on your lips but never stand for on guard for Canada against abortion, gay marriage and euthanasia.

Speech of Archbishop Terrence Prendegast SJ at the National March for LIfe 2010

The following is a speech by Archbishop Terrence Prendegast SJ of Ottawa

(Courtesy VideoMan Ottawa)

David Little imprisoned in Canada over tax funded abortion

Thursday, May 13, 2010

National March for Life 2010 - The Globe and Mail

This is the coverage from The Globe and Mail.

Do read the comments, they will either make you laugh on the floor or weep buckets. Its so nice that we live in a country that has free speech, however lack of intelligence is a serious impediment to free speech.

Some words from our Clergy - March for Life 2010

We support this stance of the government not to finance abortion in countries of the Third World. But we would like some more courage, to do something more in Canada in defence of the unborn," Cardinal Marc Ouellet (*Source Montreal Gazette)

(Cardinal Marc Oulette )

Bishop Nicola de Angelis of Peterborough, also addressed the crowds, saying: “My message is very simply, my friends, just to remind you that God created life. God did not create death. We don’t own our lives.

"We are the custodians of our life. It is up to God to call our life back whenever he decides and nobody can anticipate for any selfish initiative to terminate life.

“Every child that is born is a sign that God is not tired of man. Remember this my friends: welcome children to life," he urged.

“I congratulate you dear friends, particularly young people, so many young people are here,” said the bishop. “Dear friends, and most of all young people, in promoting and defending life, you don’t count your personal costs. … You are always in the front line trenches, day by day, bearing witness for the cause of life.

"May God strengthen you and give you joy in your undertakings.” (* Source LifeSite News)

Some of the Shephers present at March for Life 2010 Include

Archbishop Terrence Prendergast of Ottawa,
Bishop Luc Cyr of Valleyfield, Quebec,
Bishop Stephen Chmilar of the Ukrainian Church in Toronto,
Bishop Michael Mulhall of Pembroke, Ontario,
Bishop John Pazak of the Canadian Slovaks of the Byzantine Rite in Canada,
Bishop Brendan O’Brien of Kingston,
Bishop Terrence McGrattan, the auxiliary bishop of Toronto,
Bishop Ibrahim M. Ibrahim of the Catholic Greek Melkites of Canada, and
Bishop Car Reid of the Traditional Anglican Catholics. (*Source LifeSite news)

Pictures of Mrach for life 2010

These are pictures of the March for life 2010 from the Toronto Sun oddly enough the first picture is a pro-abortion picture. As I have said previously the main stream media does us no favours.
(Our Lady of Guadalupe - Pray for us now and at the hour of our death Amen)

(By the sake of Thy sorrowful passion have mercy on us and on the whole world)

March for Life 2010 - CTV Ottawa coverage

This is a little snippet from the CTV Ottawa web site:

Thousands of pro-life demonstrators gathered on Parliament Hill Thursday to voice their opposition to abortion and demonstrate the need to pass legislation governing the issue.

"There are no laws on abortion in Canada and we want the unborn to be protected," said Jim Hughes, president of the Campaign Life Coalition.

This article at least calls us by our correct name Pro Life. I do like the tone of this article.

(Jim Huges - Photo from CTV Ottawa website) - VideoZone - Thousands turn out for anti-abortion rally

Be still my heart, media coverage by the liberal media newsrag the Toronto Star at this link. - VideoZone - Thousands turn out for anti-abortion rally

News Media coverage of the March for Life 2010

Last year the news media ignored the March for Life. This year however with elections looming large on the Canadian horizon, along with Prime Minister Harper rejecting abortion as a part of maternal health care for poor nations, we have actually got some coverage in the main stream media about the March for LIfe 2010. I am appalled at the language used by the media, Prolifers have been referred to as activists and abortion foes.

This is a link from the Montreal Gazette

Web Cam Pictures from opposite parliament hill

I was unable to attend the March for life 2010 in Ottawa, however my wife and mother in law attended. These are some pictures that I got from the Parliament Hill Web cam earlier this morning

March for Life 2010: Day One (2 of 2)