The notorious Canadian Abortionist has died at the age of ninety. He has enjoyed a long life during which he has denied life to tens of thousands of defenceless and innocent pre -born children and inflicted violence on vulnerable women. He was a survivor of the Nazi holocaust and perpetrated a new holocaust on pre born children whose only crime was being “unwanted”
He has done more to promote a culture of death in Canada than any other person. In defiance of the law he opened in Canada, in 1970 the first clinic for the killing of children in the womb. Legal proceedings against him went to the Supreme Court. When the Morgentalier decision came down from the Supreme Court in 1988, Supreme Court Justice Bertha Wilson said, “the right to liberty contained in section seven of the Bill of Rights guarantees to every individual a degree of personal autonomy over important decisions intimately affecting his or her private life.” How tragic that a woman Justice could deny to women in utero the right to life and could empower the strong to kill the weak. Since 1969 in Canada, more than three million children have been killed in their mother’s womb.
The decision of the Supreme Court effectively demolished any legal protection for the lives of Canadians in their first nine months of life. Today there is no law protecting Canadian women and the pre-born from the violence of abortion. A woman may have her child in the womb killed for any reason or no reason.