Opinion
Featured Image
 CarpathianPrince/Shutterstock

Help Campaign Life Coalition continue their vital work: LifeFunder

ST. JOHN’S, Newfoundland and Labrador (Campaign Life Coalition) – The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on businesses, especially small businesses. Measures were put in place to try and help these businesses, but even then, some simply were not able to keep their doors open. Many were forced to close.

In the midst of these economic struggles, however, one business seems to have been granted special treatment. That is the Athena Health Centre in St. John’s which performs more than 90 percent of abortions in Newfoundland and Labrador. Blaming the lack of “unplanned sexual activity” due to the pandemic, owner Rolanda Ryan stated that her for-profit business has gone down. She was struggling to keep her doors open, even with the government support that had been offered to small businesses.

Ryan, however, appears to be a special, exclusive business owner in the eyes of the government. She commits abortions, and even if people do not want or need them, her clinic doors must remain open. As a result, she was able to convince the government of Andrew Furey to give her, as reported by CBC last week, “a lump-sum of money four times a year.”

Other businesses certainly did not receive this same treatment. Why? Because Ryan practically admits to blackmailing the government with her threat that if she were to close her abortion mill, pregnant mothers would overrun the nearby hospital that commits abortions, taking up valuable space in hospital beds and operating rooms. “I was frantically writing email after email to the government explaining the situation we were in and asking, ‘Does the hospital have the capacity to take these patients?'” she told CBC. “To redirect hundreds of people to the hospital would have significant impacts,” she threatened.

— Article continues below Petition —
DEFEND Mothers and Babies Against Powerful CEOs Paying Female Employees to Abort!
  Show Petition Text
5161 have signed the petition.
Let's get to 6000!
Thank you for signing this petition!
Add your signature:
  Show Petition Text
Keep me updated via email on this petition and related issues.
Keep me updated via email on this petition and related issues.

30+ powerful big-box, Big Tech, and mainstream media companies are targeting their young female employees by offering abortion travel “benefits” to new mothers — to kill their children for the sake of corporate profit and productivity! 

THIS PRO-DEATH CORPORATE CULTURE WILL DESTROY LIVES AND VILLIFY BIG FAMILIES AND PRO-LIFE VALUES IF WE DON’T ACT NOW!  

***WE CANNOT LOSE THE PRO-LIFE VICTORY AFTER ROE V. WADE TO ANTI-FAMILY COMPANIES! SEND A MESSAGE TO POWERFUL CEOs TODAY THAT YOU SUPPORT OUR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS OF LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS!*** 

SIGN THE PETITION NOW TO WIN THE CORPORATE PRO-LIFE BATTLE! 

The pro-life movement has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to send a pro-family message to millions of citizens for generations to come — but we cannot LOSE OUT on this moment by caving to corporations and their cheap and disgusting “abortion” benefits! 

CONSUMERS MUST SEND A RESOUNDING MESSAGE TO ALL CORPORATE LEADERS THAT WE WILL NOT TOLERATE EMPLOYEE ABORTION PRESSURE! 

SIGN TODAY and demand the following company CEOs SUPPORT WOMEN AND CHILDREN NOW! 

***WE ARE DELIVERING THIS LETTER TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM!*** 

Jeff Bezos – Amazon 

 

Brian Moynihan – Bank of America 

 

Whitney Wolfe Herd – Bumble 

 

BuzzFeed – Jonah Peretti 

 

Cigna Health Insurance – David Cordani 

 

 

Citigroup – Jane Fraser 

 

CNN – Chris Licht 

 

Comcast – Brian Roberts 

 

Condé Nast – Roger Lynch 

 

CVS Health – Karen Lynch 

Dick’s Sporting Goods – Lauren Hobart 

 

Goldman Sachs – David Solomon 

 

Hewlett-Packard – Enrique Lores 

 

JPMorgan Chase – Jamie Dimon 

 

Kroger – Rodney McMullen 

 

New York Times – Meredith Kopit Levien 

 

Lyft – Logan Green 

 

MasterCard – Michael Miebach 

 

Meta/Facebook - Mark Zuckerberg 

 

Microsoft – Satya Nadella 

 

Paramount – Brian Robbins 

 

Patagonia – Jenna Johnson 

 

PayPal – Dan Schulman 

 

Procter & Gamble – Jon Moeller 

 

Salesforce – Marc Benioff 

 

Starbucks – Kevin Johnson 

 

Target – Brian Cornell 

 

Tesla, Inc. – Elon Musk 

 

Uber – Dara Khosrowshahi  

 

Vox Media – Jim Bankoff 

 

Disney – Bob Chapek 

 

Yelp – Jeremy Stoppelman 

 

Zillow – Rich Barton 

 

*** SIGN NOW AND MAKE YOUR PRO-LIFE AND PRO-FAMILY VOICE HEARD AT THE WORLD'S LARGEST CORPORATIONS! TELL THESE CEOs TO STOP SUPPORTING ABORTION TODAY! *** 

_____ 

Image Logos: Wikipedia 

  Hide Petition Text

Of course, the flaw in Ryan’s logic is that when pregnant women don’t have easy access to facilities that kill their children, many of them instead choose life for their babies. It’s for this very reason that pro-life advocates campaign for the closure of abortion mills so that more mothers will choose life for their preborn children. And, when abortion mills are closed, hospitals that commit abortions are not suddenly overwhelmed.

Consider Clinic 554 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Despite pressure, provincial funding was not granted to this clinic, as they are a private clinic, and the building has now been sold. While some abortions are still being committed at this mill, the winding down of the business has not caused the hospitals in New Brunswick to suddenly become overwhelmed as a result.

The government, unfortunately, caved to Ryan’s fearmongering. In the face of Ryan’s threat to close her baby-killing mill, the government decided, beginning April 1, to send her quarterly block funding. Ryan’s mill will now receive an unknown amount of money four times a year, propping up her failing business.

It seems no coincidence that this funding change came into effect on April 1, the day commonly celebrated as April fools’ day. The government along with provincial taxpayers have been “had” by Ryan who invented a sob story to convince the government to prop up her failing and morally repugnant business. The joke is that now, no matter how incompetently Ryan runs her abortion mill, or how low the demand for abortion drops, taxpayers will continue to line her pockets.

It’s incomprehensible why Ryan’s failing abortion business should receive special treatment from the government while thousands of other ordinary business owners who are also struggling have received no such quarterly bailout.

The truth is that the privately run for-profit abortion business should not be entitled to special treatment. This bail-out is unjust and unfair. It needs to end now. The Athena Health Centre needs to stop getting a free ride on the taxpayer dime. The joke has gone too far.

Take Action: Sign Campaign Life Coalition’s petition to Premier Furey and his health minister, Tom Osborne, asking them to end the taxpayer bail-out for the abortion mill Athena Health Centre. Click here to sign.

Reprinted with permission from Campaign Life Coalition.

Help Campaign Life Coalition continue their vital work: LifeFunder

Comments

Commenting Guidelines
LifeSiteNews welcomes thoughtful, respectful comments that add useful information or insights. Demeaning, hostile or propagandistic comments, and streams not related to the storyline, will be removed.

LSN commenting is not for frequent personal blogging, on-going debates or theological or other disputes between commenters.

Multiple comments from one person under a story are discouraged (suggested maximum of three). Capitalized sentences or comments will be removed (Internet shouting).

LifeSiteNews gives priority to pro-life, pro-family commenters and reserves the right to edit or remove comments.

Comments under LifeSiteNews stories do not necessarily represent the views of LifeSiteNews.

0 Comments

    Loading...