MORE CHILD APPREHENSION HORRORS IN BC

SURREY, BC, Nov 30 (LSN)  Since the revelations in February of overzealous BC social workers who in Quensel, a small town of British Columbia, apprehended 71 children from their parents in just two months (in only 5 cases were the removals deemed appropriate by a judge), pro-family organizations have kept a close watch on the province.  One such group, the Citizen’s Research Institute (CRI) based in Surrey, reported last week on the plight of the Marcu family.  Mrs. Marciella Marcu was contacted by social worker Julie Cringle in July, 1998.  Cringle suspected Marciella of being “overly concerned” about the health […]
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BRITAIN VALUES ANIMAL LIFE OVER HUMAN

LONDON, Nov 30 (LSN)  This month Britain prided itself on becoming the first European Union country to ban all testing of cosmetics on animals. One day before this announcement was made, on November 15 The Sunday Times released the results of its investigation into doctor assisted suicide noting that “one in seven of Britain’s 36,000 GPs has admitted that he or she has broken the law by helping patients to die at their request.”  The appalling disrespect for human life was also noted in Britain in 1996 when Britain’s frozen embryo scandal hit the press.  At the time it was […]
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CANADA APOLOGETIC ABOUT NOT FORCING UN LAW ON PROVINCES

GENEVA, Nov 30 (LSN)  On Thursday and Friday an assembly of Canadian government officials met with Members of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights to discuss Canada’s compliance with the International Covenant of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.  The UN committee of “experts” demanded to know how Canada intended to fulfill its treaty obligations “since international human-rights treaties did not have automatic application in domestic law and since provincial Governments could not be forced by federal officials to adopt legislation reflecting such human-  rights standards.”  Demonstrating their distaste for the provincial autonomy enshrined in the Canadian constitution, the […]
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AUSTRALIA’S EUTHANASIA DOCTOR TO BE INVESTIGATED?

MELBOURNE, Australia, Nov 30 (LSN)  Not to be outdone by his American counterpart, Australia’s Dr. Death Philip Nitschke admitted publicly last Thursday that he has videotaped 15 deaths in which he was involved. On Friday the Australian Medical Association asked police to investigate Nitschke who continues to assist in suicides despite the revocation of a law permitting the practice last year.  However, according to the Associated Press, police say they will not investigate Nitschke’s actions until they receive a complaint.
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BISHOP ACCUSES IMF, WORLD BANK AND UN OF PROMOTING ABORTION

MEXICO CITY, Nov 27 (LSN) – Bishop Felipe Arizmendi Esquivel o Tapachula of Mexico City accused the United Nations,  World Bank, and International Monetary Fund of promoting abortion throughout the world. Catholic World News reported Wednesday that the courageous bishop called on Mexican legislators to resist the organizations.  Documentation supporting Bishop Arizmendi’s contentions can be found by searching for info on the UN, IMF or World Bank at: https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/AT-lifesiLDNquery.html
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PRO-ABORTS REFUSE TO HELP FBI WITH ABORTIONIST SHOOTING INVESTIGATION?

PRESS RELEASE Nov. 26, 1998 CAMPAIGN LIFE COALITION B.C.  RADICAL GROUP WITH LINKS TO LOCAL PRO-CHOICE RESEARCHER WON’T HELP FBI   One of the most radical pro-choice groups in the United States, Refuse and Resist, won’t assist the FBI in their ongoing investigation into the murder of Dr. Barnett Slepian.  R&R issued a press release on the internet this week vilifying the FBI’s attempt to interview two members of their organization. The two men, Robert Stauber and Michael Gingerich have refused to be interviewed by federal law enforcement officials.  Refuse and Resist is linked to well-known pro-choice researcher Will Offley, […]
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ONTARIO SPANKING BAN UPDATE

TORONTO, Nov 27 (LSN)  Yesterday, the Toronto Sun reported more details on the court case seeking to make spanking illegal in Ontario. A court date has been set for January 12. A decision by the Ontario courts to repeal section 43 would deprive parents of the right to use spanking as a form of discipline only in Ontario unless the court orders a blanket repeal.  As reported by LifeSite News a week ago, the group Justice for Children and Youth launched a challenge to Section 43 of the Criminal Code (which permits spanking), claiming that the section violates the Charter […]
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HUMAN RIGHTS OR HUMAN WRONGS CONFERENCE IN EDMONTON

EDMONTON, Nov 27 (LSN)  In Edmonton this weekend Canada will host the International Conference on Universal Rights and Human Values. The list of invitees to the event gives a clear indication to observers that they can expect the usual anti-life and anti-family rhetoric people have come to expect from such gatherings.  Invited guest, Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa is heading to Edmonton from Quebec where he gave an address at Bishop’s University Thursday. In an interview Tutu urged “real tolerance” for gays and lesbians and lamented the plight of gays “in such a homophobic world.”  Interestingly, British Columbia’s Attorney […]
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CANADA DUMPS HALF A MILLION FOR POPULATION CONTROL IN COLOMBIA?

OTTAWA, Nov 27 (LSN)  A press release from the Canadian international Development Agency (CIDA)  Wednesday revealed that Canada has pledged $500,000 and another $80,000 to assist the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in promoting “human rights” in Colombia and other developing nations. The announcement was made by Foreign Affairs Minister Lloyd Axworthy and Minister for International Cooperation Dianne Marleau during the visit of Mary Robinson, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.  Robinson has often admitted that her (and the UN’s) definition of “human rights” includes the “right”  to abortion on demand and the […]
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RADICAL FEMINIST POWERHOUSE STRUGGLING

OTTAWA, Nov 26 (LSN) – The extremist feminist group, National Action Committee on the Status of Women (NAC or NAC SOW by critics) complained to the media yesterday that they might face closure due to financial hardship. The group which boasts among its accomplishments, “decriminalizing abortion” and “loosening divorce laws” calls itself a voice for the women of Canada. In the face of across-the-board federal cuts, the Ottawa branch of the organization had demanded $240,000 from the federal government for the current year to cover operational expenses.  Women’s groups representing the concerns of mainstream Canadian women, such as REAL Women […]
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