VIDEO: Corruption Within The Knights of Columbus

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Anti-abortion protesters hope Freemason Stephen Harper will re-open debate?

Toronto Sun Anti-abortion protesters hope Harper will re-open debate

Thursday, May 12, 2011 By Kristy Kirkup, Parliamentary Bureau

Freemason PM Stephen Harper Making Masonic Recognition Signal in House of Commons, Ottawa

OTTAWA – Thousands of protesters gathered on Parliament Hill Thursday and marched through Ottawa streets to demand the federal government outlaw abortion.

“We won’t rest until, once again, a culture of life has been restored to Canada,” said Jim Hughes, the National President of the Campaign Life Coalition.

The anti-abortion organization has held an annual rally in Ottawa for 14 years. Church and school groups are among those who attend every year.

During the election, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said his government would not support opening up the abortion issue.

“The government will not bring forward any such legislation and any such legislation that is brought forward will be defeated as long as I am prime minister,” Harper said.

Anti-abortion activists are not holding their breath for Harper to change the law. Instead, they are hoping newly elected MPs will lead the charge.

“Harper has never been pro-life and so we don’t expect much from him,” said Hughes. “We expect a lot from […]

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Use Aborted Children to Make up Shortfall of Transplant Organs: Oxford Stem Cell Expert

LifeSite News March 12, 2009

Use Aborted Children to Make up Shortfall of Transplant Organs: Oxford Stem Cell Expert By Hilary White

LONDON – An Oxford University stem cell expert has urged the use of aborted children in organ transplants as a solution to the shortage of available organs. Sir Richard Gardner has called for a feasibility study on the possibility of obtaining organs from the bodies of aborted babies.

He said, “It is probably a more realistic technique in dealing with the shortage of kidney donors than others.”

The Daily Mail reports that pro-life and Christian groups have called the proposal “morally abhorrent,” and said it will result in abortions being timed to suit transplant patients.

Dr Peter Saunders, of the Christian Medical Fellowship, said the transplants would be immoral as every human being, even the unborn, deserved “protection, respect, wonder and empathy.”

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