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"Aborting America"
takes the reader inside the pro-abortion movement and its political maneuverings,
presenting a detailed account of the machinery of
the massive abortion industry.

In the future, if the true story of the demise of Anglo-Saxon Canadians is ever told, it will describe how Canadian men and women were tricked into killing their children before birth. This diabolical plan of population control was perpetrated against them by the powers-that-be whose long-range plan was to give Canada to non-Anglo immigrants - probably the Chinese. See WHERE HAVE ALL PEOPLE GONE? and CANADA'S TOP 100 CHINESE

Abortion as a "right" and not a "crime" was first pushed on gullible Canadians in 1969 by a French-Canadian-Catholic named Pierre Elliot Trudeau (nicknamed "PET") while he was Justice Minister in Lester Pearson's (who received a Nobel Peace Prize) government. Later, when Trudeau became Prime Minister, he pushed abortion and homosexual rights as his own pet projects. See BABY BOOMERS KNOCKING SOCIETY

Unbeknownst to the Canadian people, Trudeau was a sympathizer of the Communist Chinese and he opened Canada to China the same way Nixon opened the USA to China back in the 70s. See CANADA'S RED TRUDEAU

I personally became involved in the abortion issue in the early 80s after learning the facts about prenatal development and the atrocity of the act of abortion, and by being blessed with the birth of a long-prayed-for second child. I joined the local Pro-Life organization and over the next ten years attempted to educate the general masses on the facts of abortion. I wrote letters-to-the-editor and travelled to various towns showing the classic Pro-Life film ASSIGNMENT LIFE (in those days it was reel-to-reel) and also did presentations in Secondary Schools and Colleges where allowed. But in those days, as now, the schools would not allow anti-abortion groups to speak to the students or give them anti-abortion information.

The PLANNED PARENTHOOD organization was allowed into schools and universities promoting abortion, pushing condoms and providing sexual education.

But PRO-LIFE groups were labelled "religious" for having opinions on moral rights and wrongs, in spite of the fact that PRO-LIFE is a non-denominational, non-religious organization whose membership is drawn from all people in society - whatever their religion or non-religion. And so too is the PRO-LIFE message directed to all people in society, in spite of their religion.

The biggest abortion pusher in the country is actually a member of the Jewish religion, HENRY MORGENTALER, and he is never accused of pushing his religion. He's the feminist-movement's folk hero even though women abort millions of unborn females (future women) as easily as they abort unborn males (future men). A new made-for-TV movie extolling Morgentaler's virtues came out in 2005. See ABORTIONIST HOLOCAUST CANADA'S PRIDE

Also an influence on my pro-life growth was the reading of the 1979 book (scanned above) entitled ABORTING AMERICA by Doctor Bernard Nathanson who himself had performed 60,000 abortions before coming to the realization that the pro-abortion movement - through the PLANNED PARENTHOOD organization etc - was out to destroy America. ~ Jackie Jura


White births in USA no longer majority (50.4% are Hispanics/blacks/Asians/mixed race). National Post, May 17, 2012

ImmigrantsCanadaDefine CanadaNeedsImmmigrants ImmigrantsCanadaGraph Demographer: Canada needs a flood of immigrants (underpopulated 34-million should be 100-million), GlobeMail, May 7, 2012

watch Red Chinese baby machines invading Canada (wealthy Chinese tourists give birth/get citizenship), Sun News Network, You Tube, Mar 8, 2012

Canadian schools/colleges want more Chinese students (not enough Canadian children to fill/finance classrooms) & Canada doors wide open to Chinese immigration, CIC, Apr 2, 2012

Canada's baby bust (unprecedented decline in number of children). Vancouver Sun, Jan 3, 2009

Canada PM says abortion debate is over. CBC,, Dec 30,2008
The Prime Minister's Office has reaffirmed its position that the government has no intention of reopening the abortion debate following a Conservative MP's comments that the issue needs to be addressed. "Throughout his political career, the prime minister has been clear on this issue," Dimitri Soudas, a spokesman for the prime minister, told the National Post. "We will not introduce or support legislation on abortion." Although the issue has come up during election campaigns, Harper has insisted that it will not be part of a Conservative government agenda. While he has not been specific about his own views, Harper has said they fall somewhere "between the two extremes." Earlier this week, Winnipeg MP Rod Bruinooge told reporters a pro-life caucus will be pushing for a debate on whether or not abortion should be legal right up until the moment of birth. Bruinooge, who is the new chair of the secretive anti-abortion parliamentary caucus, said people need to be better educated about Canada's abortion stance, which he says puts the country in a "class of its own." "Very few Canadians appreciate the fact that essentially until a child takes its first breath, it has less value than a kidney," Bruinooge told the Canadian Press. "In Canada you can't remove your kidney, and put it on eBay and auction it off. That is illegal. Whereas you actually can end a beating heart of an unborn child the second before it's delivered. Most Canadians would agree that is truly a poor bioethical position for our country to be in." Pro-choice advocates argue that Canadian doctors only perform such later-term procedures if there's a serious threat to the health of the mother or if it's virtually certain the baby wouldn't survive past birth.

Morgentaler named to Order of Canada. CBC, Jul 1, 2008
Gov. Gen. MichaŽlle Jean has named a leading abortion rights crusader to the Order of Canada, news that has outraged anti-abortion groups....The Campaign Life Coalition said it is dreadful that a man who spent his life performing abortions should be honoured. The coalition is urging other Order of Canada recipients to return their medals in protest. "If Morgentaler had any integrity, he would refuse the medal," Mary Ellen Douglas of the coalition said in a news release. "This presentation should be given to people who have made Canada a better place to live and the elimination of thousands of human beings who would have contributed to the future of Canada is a disgrace, not an honour." Now 85, Morgentaler, a Polish Holocaust survivor who immigrated to Montreal after the war, opened his first abortion clinic in 1969 and performed thousands of procedures, which were illegal at the time. 'It's great to hear that he is finally being recognized for his hard work and dedication to Canadian women's rights.'

Morgentaler tale must-see history (make you proud to be Canadian). Calgary Sun, Jan 5, 2005

Movie on Canada's abortionist Morgentaler says no regrets. CTV, Jan 5, 2005

Trudeau's Omnibus Bill: Challenging Canadian Taboos, CBC Archives YouTube, Jan 23, 1968
"There's no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation." Those unforgettable words made famous by Pierre Trudeau in 1967 caused a tidal wave of controversy that rippled across the entire nation. Trudeau's Omnibus Bill brought issues like abortion, homosexuality and divorce law to the forefront for the first time, changing the political and social landscape in Canada forever....It's a month after the Omnibus Bill is introduced and Trudeau is starting to feel the heat from members of the House. Some claim abortion is murder and that the sexual acts clause promotes homosexuality. Asked if he plans to proceed with the bill in the upcoming session of Parliament, Trudeau tells the CBC's Ron Collister in this clip that it is "classed as top priority for this session" and it "should be passed forward as fast as it can". While the bill sought to liberalize abortion laws in Canada, it didn't allow women to have 'abortion on demand', much to the disgruntlement of a growing number of feminists and pro-choice advocates at the time. Women didn't receive that freedom until Jan. 28, 1988 when the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Canada's abortion law as unconstitutional because it infringed upon a woman's right to "life, liberty and security of person." In this same interview, Trudeau is asked about rumours that he planned to announce that weekend his intention to run for the Liberal leadership. His answer? "That speculation is completely false." Less than two weeks later Trudeau formally declared his candidacy. On Apr. 6, 1968 he won the Liberal leadership election in a landslide and was sworn in as Canada's 15th Prime Minister on April 20.





Jackie Jura
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~

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