Special Reports

Debt Forgiveness By Canada = Mandating Abortion?

OTTAWA, Mar 25 (LSN) – The Globe and Mail reported this morning that Prime Minister Jean Chretien is set to announce today in Winnipeg that Canada is going to offer debt relief to Third World Countries but the relief will be tied to “human rights.”  Canadian pro-life leaders warn that tying Third World debt relief to “human rights” could force abortion, contraception and sterilization on these countries since the provision of these “services” are considered by the Canadian liberal elite to be “basic human rights.” The National Action Committee on the Status of Women (NAC), the nation’s leading feminist group […]
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Hansard March 3, 1999

ORAL QUESTION PERIOD TAXATION Hansard (Excerpts) – March 3, 1999 Mr. Preston Manning (Leader of the Opposition, Ref.): Mr. Speaker, yesterday the Secretary of State for Financial Institutions took a swipe at parents who stay home with their children. He said they don’t work as hard as parents who work outside the home, that their expenses are smaller and that that is why the Liberal government discriminates against them in the tax system.  Will the Prime Minister explain to the millions of Canadian parents who stay home with their children why their work and their financial position are of such […]
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The Hague Youth Forum’s Unfounded Attact on Basic Values

By Richard G. Wilkins Professor of Law and Director, NGO Family Voice An important United Nations Youth Forum was held February 6-7, 1999, in The Hague.Ê The meeting, purportedly held to gather and restate the views of youth, resulted in a Report which contained a detailed set of Recommendations for Future Action for the upcoming five-year review of the Programme of Action established by the International Conference on Population and Development (commonly known as ICPD + 5”). The Report of the Youth Forum, however, does not accurately reflect the views of world youth.Ê Moreover, many of the Recommendations in the […]
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United Alternative Convention Final Resolutions

Sunday, February 21, 1999 Resolutions passed at this weekend’s United Alternative convention. Resolution five is the ballot question posed to the convention, which selected choice number 4 as its first option: RESOLUTION 1 United Together in a New Vision for Canada BE IT RESOLVED THAT: As we prepare to meet the needs that lie before us, the participants assembled recognize that we must: * End the one-party dominance that has eroded the effectiveness of our national   political institutions and political debate, and dampened the hopes, dreams and   well-being of our citizens; * Give Canadians a strong, united, national, […]
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Physical and Moral Assault Takes Place at United Nations Forum in the Hague

By Tom McFeely THE HAGUE, Feb.12 A young law student working as a correspondent for an Islamic News Service was thrown to the ground, pinned down, handcuffed and had his neck throttled by four United Nations security guards at the Hague Forum, a five-day UN-sponsored conference that ended here today. “I cried for help and for them to stop in the name of God. They did not. When Dutch police arrived I was released. I filed a complaint with the police. This is not the way an organization that claims to uphold human rights should treat a journalist whose only […]
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Canada Marches to International Abortion Drum

Liberals Take Their Cue From Population Control Extremists At a recent 2-day meeting organized by the Canadian government it was difficult to tell who was running the show – the government or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) advocating population control. The Department of National Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) organized a meeting of government officials and NGOs on February 1 and 2 to seek recommendations for Canada to bring to the Cairo+5 meeting in June of this year. The recommendations would also be raised at preliminary meetings in the Hague this week and in New York in March. The Feb. 1-2 meeting […]
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Gay Activist Admits Foundation of Lies

VANCOUVER, Feb 2 (LSN) – The managing editor of Xtra West, one of the country’s leading homosexual activist publications, has admitted that the gay activist movement is buoyed by a foundation of lies. In “No Need to Lie” Gareth Kirkby charges that the incidence of homosexuality is artificially and grossly inflated as are the numbers of participants at gay rallies. Kirkby questions the “born this way” argument and also admits that gay activists’ “spiritual forefather” Alfred C Kinsey’s studies were based on fraud. Last week, Sun Media columnist Michael Coren exposed the story and urged a copy of the Xtra […]
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Canadian Meeting on UN Depopulation Plans Enlists Pro-Aborts

HULL, Jan 28 (LSN) A February 1-2 meeting hosted by the Department of Foreign Affairs is being co-hosted by Action Canada for Population and Development (ACPD), a front group for, or intimate relation of, Planned Parenthood (PP Ottawa funds ACPD directly and also shares the same address and suite number in Ottawa). The purpose of the meeting is to “identify possible priority issues for Canada to pursue” at the Cairo+5 Conference (5-year follow up to the International Conference on Population and Development) also known as the June 1999 United Nations General Assembly Special Session on Population and Development. Pro-life commentators […]
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BC, Pedophilia and the Courts

VANCOUVER, Jan 22 (LSN)  Friday’s ruling by Justice Duncan W. Shaw of the B.C. Supreme Court – that the law against possessing child pornography violates a person’s constitutional freedoms – is only the latest in a string of suspicious pedophilia-related court rulings coming from the NDP-governed province. The 1997 case against William Bennest, a BC teacher charged with procuring the sex services of a minor, is particularly revealing. Incredibly, crown prosecutors in the Bennest case agreed to hold the hearings in secret and then agreed to drop the more serious charges of pedophilia for a plea bargain on possession of […]
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Investigators Cast a Wide Net To Find Abortionist’s Murderer

The following significant article was published in the Dec. 10 issue of the U.S. The Wanderer newspaper. It presents the case that James Kopp, the prime suspect in the shooting death of abortionist Barnett Slepian, is an unlikely personality to have done the deed and may have been set up as the fall guy for a murder committed to protect the presidency of Bill Clinton. The article also reveals that much violence and criminal activity related to the abortion industry comes from within the seamy industry itself. Investigators Cast a Wide Net To Find Abortionist’s Murderer By Paul Likoudis Reprinted […]
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