ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN CANADA
We Pay Respect to All Your Elders – Past, Present, and Emerging
We Thank You and We Are Grateful for Your Beautiful Land that We Are All Enjoying!
WE APOLOGIZE FOR OUR CONTRIBUTION TO YOUR PRECARIOUS LIVING CONDITIONS,
AND FOR WHAT WE DIDN'T DO TO HELP YOU IMPROVE THINGS FOR THE BETTER.
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!
WE WILL STAND WITH YOU, AND ASSIST YOU, UNTIL EVERY ISSUE
ARE PROPERLY ADDRESSED AND RESOLVED WITH YOURS & OUR BEST SOLUTIONS.
ENOUGH OF INCONSIDERATION
TOWARDS OUR VETERANS & THEIR FAMILIES
TO OUR VETERANS, WOUNDED & FALLEN HEROES
ON BEHALF OF CANADA, RECEIVE OUR SINCERE APOLOGIES
FOR THE WAY WE HAVE BEEN TREATING YOU
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! OUR HEROES FIRST!
You have paid the price for us; we must stand with you,
until Canada does all that is in its power to show gratitude and honor you
by helping you reintegrate civilian life with dignity, and
until you and your family are properly compensated and helped overcome the traumas and losses.
HELPING OTHERS, YES; BUT CANADIANS FIRST.
HOMELESNESS - MENTAL ILLNESS - POVERTY
is a widespread social concern in Canada.
More than 235,000 people in Canada
experience homelessness in any given year,
and 25,000 to 35,000 people may be
experiencing homelessness on any given night.
MUST COME TO AN END!
MENTAL ILLNESS, POVERTY MUST CREASE,
NOT WITH HANDOUTS
BUT BY REALLY EMPOWERING PEOPLE
NO MORE CANADA!
Canada’s Supreme Court and Liberal Government...
Wed, March 03, 2021 | Author: Ron Gray |
As a former Leader of Canada’s only pro-life federal political party from 1995 to 2008, I’m not prone to name-calling. However, a recent decision of Canada’s highest court has caused me to verbalize my utter disgust at the cowardice I see being displayed by the current justices of the Supreme Court of Canada and—not so surprisingly— our sitting Prime Minister and his government. ‘Spineless cowards’ fits them well and is the kindest description I can find for them. The SCoC Justices refused (Feb. 18, 2021) to hear the appeal of Mary Wagner, who had been convicted in the lower courts of trying to give roses to women seeking an abortion, offering to pray for them and appealing to their maternal instincts in the hope of saving their babies. The charges brought against her included
“interfering with the lawful operation or enjoyment of a business,” since she would hand out roses and offer a loving choice to these women in the waiting room of an abortion clinic. And of course, abortion is a bloody business, raking in money for the one performing the grisly deed but leaving women childless...
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THE SCIENCE THAT
ABORTION-CHOICERS TRY TO IGNORE
by Francis J. Beckwith
When Canada decriminalized abortion in 1969, technology did not exist to let the world see inside the womb. To a certain extent, abortion advocates in that era of scientific ignorance who honestly believed the unborn was merely a “blob of tissue” might be excused. But thanks to modern microscopic imaging and video technology, we can now see the newly created human being inside the womb. The following chronology of human development is adapted from the book Defending Life, by Francis J. Beckwith.
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WE SAY: ENOUGH OF TAKING PRECIOUS LIVES THROUGH:
Suction Aspiration – First 12 weeks of pregnancy
This is what remains of a baby destroyed by a suction aspiration abortion. Suction aspiration, or “vacuum curettage,” is the abortion technique used in most first-trimester abortions. A powerful suction tube with a sharp cutting edge is inserted into the womb through the dilated cervix. The suction dismembers the body of the developing baby and tears the placenta from the wall of the uterus, sucking blood, amniotic fluid, placental tissue, and fetal parts into a collection bottle.
Dilatation (Dilation) and Curettage (D&C) - First 12 weeks of pregnancy
In this technique, the cervix is dilated or stretched to permit the insertion of a loop-shaped steel knife. The body of the baby is cut into pieces and removed and the placenta is scraped off the uterine wall. Blood loss from D & C, or “mechanical” curettage is greater than for suction aspiration, as is the likelihood of uterine perforation and infection.
Dilatation (Dilation) and Evacuation (D&E) - First 18 weeks of pregnancy
Used to abort unborn children as old as 24 weeks, this method is similar to the D&C. The difference is that forceps with sharp metal jaws are used to grasp parts of the developing baby, which are then twisted and torn away. This continues until the child’s entire body is removed from the womb. Because the baby’s skull has often hardened to bone by this time, the skull must sometimes be compressed or crushed to facilitate removal. If not carefully removed, sharp edges of the bones may cause a cervical laceration. Bleeding from the procedure may be profuse.
Salt Poisoning (Saline Amniocentesis) - 4 months of pregnancy
Otherwise known as a “hypertonic saline” abortion, this technique is used after 16 weeks of pregnancy, when enough fluid has accumulated in the amniotic fluid sac surrounding the baby.
A needle is inserted through the mother’s abdomen and 50-250 ml (as much as a cup) of amniotic fluid is withdrawn and replaced with a solution of concentrated salt. The baby breathes in, swallows the salt, and is poisoned. The chemical solution also causes painful burning and deterioration of the baby’s skin. Usually, after about an hour, the child dies. The mother goes into labor about 33 to 35 hours after instillation and delivers a dead, burned, and shriveled baby. About 97% of mothers deliver their dead babies within 72 hours. This is the abortion method that failed to kill Gianna Jessen but left her with cerebral palsy.
Prostaglandin Abortion - 4 to 6 months of pregnancy
Prostaglandins are naturally produced chemical compounds which normally assist in the birthing process. The injection of concentrations of artificial prostaglandins prematurely into the amniotic sac induces violent labor and the birth of a child usually too young to survive. Often salt or another toxin is first injected to ensure that the baby will be delivered dead since some babies have survived the trauma of a prostaglandin birth and been born alive. This method is used during the second trimester.
Hysterotomy Abortion - 4 to 9 months of pregnancy
Similar to the Caesarean Section, this method is generally used if chemical methods such as salt poisoning or prostaglandins fail. Incisions are made in the abdomen and uterus and the baby, placenta, and amniotic sac are removed. Babies are sometimes born alive during this procedure, raising questions as to how and when these infants are killed and by whom.
This method offers the highest risk to the health of the mother because the potential for rupture during subsequent pregnancies is appreciable. In the first two years of legal abortion in New York State, the death rate from hysterotomy was 271.2 deaths per 100,000 cases.
All of the above images are used with permission from J.C. Willke, M.D., Life Issues Institute, and Hayes Publishing Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Partial-Birth Abortion (Brain Suction) - 4 to 9 months of pregnancy
Guided by ultrasound, the abortionist grabs the baby’s leg with forceps. The baby’s leg is pulled out into the birth canal. The abortionist delivers the baby’s entire body, except for the head. The abortionist jams scissors into the baby’s skull. The scissors are then opened to enlarge the hole. The scissors are removed and a suction catheter is inserted. The child’s brains are sucked out, causing the skull to collapse. The dead baby is then removed.