It has all the trappings of a deliberate, calculated set-up. I’m talking, of course, about the recent CTV W-Five television program dealing with pro-life crisis pregnancy centres (CPCs). You know the program. W-Five are the slobs who, many years ago, televised a Henry Morgentaler abortion on Mother’s Day. Brave buffoonery at its finest.
W-Five used a hidden camera and went in on false pretenses, then turned around and accused CPCs of using distortion and false information to scare women out of having abortions.
The charges are nothing new. Abortion, Inc. has been miffed about CPCs for years. The attacks in the United States are nothing new, and the deliberate plan to attack them is well documented.
Indeed, we all knew this was coming, thanks to a fund-raising letter by the organization that never met an abortion they didn’t like, Planned Parenthood Federation of Canada (PPFC). The letter is signed by Barbara Hestrin, listing her as a “volunteer counsellor” with PPFC.
Hestrin goes on the attack, trying to link every single CPC in Canada with innuendo and promises that Planned Parenthood, the benevolent group that they are, will wage the “battle” to see these centers “exposed.”
What Hestrin fails to mention is that she is a card-carrying member of the National Abortion Federation, the U.S.-based group of abortaholics who have included among their members Dr. Bruce Steir, recently released ex-con charged with the murder of one of his abortion clients. Also in its membership ranks have been Dr. Steven Chase Brigham, who has been arrested so many times I can’t even keep count.
But Hestrin fails to mention her allegiance and membership with the trade group of abortionists. She also forgot to mention that she currently runs the CARE abortion clinic at B.C. Women’s Hospital in Vancouver. You know the facility, the one where genetic and eugenic abortions are frequent and common occurrences?
I’m sure that all PP and the abortaholics did was gather up all their “documentation” and plop it on the desk of some producer at W-Five. Add to that the good Dr. Andre B. Lalonde, and you’ve got one fine “documentary.”
For those who don’t remember, Dr. Lalonde, now head of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada, wrote a letter in 1998 to Member of Parliament Dr. Grant Hill. Lalonde was responding to a request for information on the availability of third-trimester abortion in Canada. He bravely and so-knowingly stated that “abortions are performed after 20 weeks only if the physician judges that the mother or fetus are in danger of death. This might occur once in a five-year period.”
Of course, the genetic cleansing abortion program at Calgary’s Foothills Hospital blew the lid off of any such claim. Dr. Lalonde either is a moron, or he just plain does not know what Abortion, Inc. is up to in this country.
There is a third option, of course. Dare I suggest that he might actually know what is happening with late-term abortion in this country, and his pathetic letter to a duly-elected Member of Parliament is a deliberate attempt to cover up the specter of late-term abortion in Canada?
I add only as an aside that my own research showed from a period between 1995 to 1998, 16 babies in British Columbia survived abortion, and died shortly after. Of those, 13 were over 20 weeks gestation. Most of these abortions took place at B.C. Women’s Hospital, the fine institution where Barbara Hestrin works.
So, W-Five’s expert witness Dr. Lalonde states maybe one late-term abortion occurs every five years in Canada. I found at least 13 in a three-year period, of babies that survived their eugenic abortion, not to mention the many others that must have occurred where members of Dr. Lalonde’s organization were successful and actually managed to kill the baby.
Draw your own conclusions about the reliability of Dr. Lalonde. Would you want your dog to see someone with such a credibility problem?
My point here is? W-Five, Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry are on the attack. Using discredited individuals who are so deeply involved in the fabrications of the abortion industry, who are so deeply mired in conflict of interest, they make Jean Cretien look good.
But what else is new? As I’ve stated before, truth is a commodity that Abortion, Inc. wouldn’t know if it stared them in the face. Pro-lifers must be doing something right when a group of abortaholics have to resort to such tactics in their lust to get their missing business back.