February 1, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Canadians are known to be "nice" people. Prime Minister Stephen Harper is admittedly a "nice" man. It is hard to strongly dislike him. He is a middle-of-the-road, get-along sort of guy who sings and plays the piano and is a genuinely passionate Canadian hockey fan.
As far as I know, Harper is not known for having a harsh temperament and is in many ways a rather decent fellow. He has kept the Canadian economy on an enviable even keel, and Canadian society relatively stable compared to the rest of the world. He does not advocate any radical causes and he has taken some commendable pro-family actions.
There is, however, now a very disturbing development with Stephen Harper. He seems to be comfortable with, or at least quite tolerant of, murder: that is, the alleged murder of 491 innocent Canadian human beings who had the misfortune to be born alive after failed abortions. He also seems very comfortable with the ongoing killing of unborn children at any time before birth at the rate of at least over 100,000 per year (based on what has been reported) - now totaling in the millions since 1969.
Harper's latest revelation of his attitude towards the heinous crime of homicide of born alive aborted babies is similar to that of Barack Obama, a-not-so-"nice" person who four times voted against legislation to protect children born alive after failed abortions.
Again, I don’t think Stephen Harper is a bad man. How he allowed himself to be brought to such a low level as to accept this gross depravity, this profound evil, is something Canadians have an obligation to help him to face and to make amends for.
Since being in power, Prime Minister Harper has attempted to block every single motion or proposed legislation, no matter how very reasonable or innocuous, that could in any way be construed as being related to children in their mothers' wombs.
Now, the PM's opposition to the call by three MP's for an RCMP investigation into what are allegedly, in many cases, criminal acts of homicide related to the deaths of 491 babies after failed late-term abortions, reveals something especially disturbing about the Prime Minister. It’s that the PM seems to have gone exceedingly beyond misperceived political necessity and made an unnecessary, deadly pact with the devil in order to retain power.
The PM and most of the Canadian media do not seem to comprehend how truly diabolical this situation has become. Imagine, in a hospital setting, a child is born alive after a failed abortion, is moving and thrashing, whimpering and making other efforts to survive and all medical staff do nothing, or even even worse, take actions to kill this little, utterly innocent one who did not die in the womb at the hands of the abortionist.
Like Barack Obama, Stephen Harper claims to be Christian. I don't know where he is on that today, but I suggest this latest incident indicates Harper is now in especially dire need of prayers and other personal help and effective rebuke. He is also is need of a wave of strong, but not incendiary communications, from many thousands of Canadians.
To those of our readers who love to blast people with your emails and letters, forget it. Those communications are never helpful. Yes, this situation is also about politics, but there is something else going on here and that is naked, raw evil. We do not fight such evil with rants and curses.
I have several times quoted before on LifeSiteNews Professor Peter Kreeft's frequent reminder that our battle is not against flesh and blood but rather against "principalities and powers." That is, it is ultimately a spiritual battle that precludes condemning individual persons.
Canadians need to reach Harper’s heart and his mind, but definitely not attack the man. That is how conversions are brought about. That is how many of us - myself included - who were on the other side in the past, were jarred awake, had our lives dramatically changed for the better, and became involved in the movement today.
Canadians can't accept this latest block from the PM. This one is far too much. Far too unnacceptable. Far too sickening and devoid of any sense of decency and justice and respect for criminal law.
It makes a mockery of all human rights and the entire criminal code.
This one is essentially putting Canada on the fast track to full acceptance of the homicide of infants born from failed abortions, to infanticide, and then more...and more. There will be no stopping this death train unless leaders are made to wake up from this nightmare.