Friday, July 3, 2009

Human Rights for All Humans

Conception to Natural Death

I was raised in the Roman Catholic Church, took a sabbatical for a decade, and returned to find that it didn't catch up to me. I caught up to it kinda. Kathy Shaidle calls herself a relapsed Catholic. She has a way with words, that girl. I find that if you take the personalities out of it, and research the teachings of the church, by reading and listening, there is a marvelous tapestry there, but only if you are open to it. Otherwise, you can just call it noise from a bunch of old men, and then not have to engage your brain to think about what the bunch of old men might be saying.

Anyway, the Catholic Church teaches that life is sacred from Conception to Natural Death. That makes the Catholic Church and all others who support the front end of this teaching in opposition with the world that we live in today, particularly with our North American culture of death for the unborn.

Jennifer Lynch, Barbara Hall and the other members of CASHRA are quick to jump on the bandwagon to have us protect the rights of people of different races, colours, creeds, yada, yada, yada.

Heck, we are so afraid of offending Gays, that we invite them to prance around naked on Yonge Street and make complete fools of themselves with police protection while they break the laws of the land. When they are allowed to break the laws of the land in their senseless frivolity, they are denying me my rights. But that is not my real point here.

Human Rights are meant to allow us as human beings to have the possibility of enjoying life, liberty and happiness.

Show me an aborted child who got that, and explain to me why the rights of the mother, who in most cases chose to do what she did, (along with some male who was equally responsibile for the situation), are more important than the child's rights.

My grandson died last year because of the lies that have been told by too many people for too many years about the rights to abortion that women have, and because there are too few people who can stand up and speak for the unborn children of the world.

Big Blue Wave does. read what she has to say here.

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