Skip to comments.If You Canít Beat The Truth, Silence It
Posted on 04/03/2012 5:28:52 AM PDT by Kaslin
A gut-wrenching example of the lengths to which men will go to silence the voices of conscience recently played out in an Ontario Court of Justice. There, Judge S. Ford Clements sentenced pro-life advocate Mary Wagner to 92 more days in jail, on top of the 88 days shed already spent behind bars, all because she has been walking into the waiting rooms in Canadian abortion clinics and sharing hope with the women who are waiting to have their babies killed.
And the story gets worse. Clements was so outraged by Wagners passion for life that he lashed out at her in front of the court:
You dont get it, do you? Whats the rule of law? Youre required to abide by it Youve lost the right as a citizen to be anywhere near an abortion clinic or to speak to an employee.
Youre wrong and your Gods wrong. You have complete contempt There is a right to (abortion) in this country You dont have a right to cause (abortion-seeking women) extra pain and grief the way you do.
There are many ironies in Clements angry words, not the least of which was the fact that he equated Wagners message of Christian hope with extra pain and grief for women preparing to have an abortion. Yet Wagner has not been going into the waiting rooms to cause extra pain and grief but to impart good news which may, God willing, lead some women to walk out of the waiting room instead of having an abortion: thereby sparing a childs life.
Note, too, Clements bombastic proclamation of Your Gods wrong. Most obvious is the fact that its not a judges business to make such a pronouncement. But ever since Adam and Eve stood in the Garden of Eden, man has been trying to prove God a liar or a heavenly miscreant. This judge in Canada is no different.
The good news is that Wagner was not intimated by Clements verbal outbreak, nor was she swayed by his low opinion of Gods judgment on matters of life and death. Rather, when asked whether she would stop going to abortion clinic waiting rooms and ministering to women for a period of three yearsthree years being the length of probation for having gone to the waiting rooms in the first placeWagner said she would not stop going.
So Clements has tucked Wagner back into a cell for 92 more days.
I guess the message is: If you cant beat the truth, silence it.
“your Gods wrong...”
He’s going to *pay* for that one, someday. God doesn’t like to be mocked.
Hmmm..... we'll see
I wonder how it will go for Justice Harry Blackmun (Roe v. Wade) and this Canadian jurist when they stand before a Holy God for the judgment of their lives...?
The LORD hears things we cannot hear....
... like the crying out of innocent blood.
You dont have a right to cause (abortion-seeking women) extra pain and grief the way you do.
Yet the church freaks who protest at Soldier funerals are allowed to do it to mourners?
“Your God’s wrong” implies that “my God is right” so she goes to jail. Was he wearing a pointed white hat when he sentenced her? Perhaps a stake and some kindling will save her soul, eh?
Evil is a force to reckon with...this judge is testament to that fact. Pray for this loving Christian woman whom he is doing his best to torment and suffer.
Big difference between going into a clinic and advocating that a woman love th elife that is in her and shouting “I’m glad your son/daughter is dead” at a funeral protest by scum anti-Christian bigots from WBC.
Deu 30:19 I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live:
Women who are waiting to kill their babies.
Silencing truth - that’s what Political Correctness is all about.
And, in the case of the abortion issue, these women know what they did, or are about to do,
and this woman’s outburst is just proof of that.
DON’T REMIND ME THAT I COMMITTED MURDER! I’M A GOOD PERSON!
This still does not get past the issue of Trespassing.
The judge was wrong in saying what she was saying but that does not change the defendant’s wrongdoing.
Even if the judge recuses herself and a new judge reviews the contempt order there is no reason to set it aside.