Skip to comments.Human Rights Day in Canada: from ‘never again’ to ‘til next time’
Posted on 12/11/2012 6:42:14 PM PST by ReformationFan
Today, as some of you may know, is celebrated worldwide as Human Rights Day, where politicians and leaders of all stripes and ideologies climb onto their bully pulpits and loudly endorse the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was first adopted by the United Nations on December 10, 1948. One suspects, however, that the majority of these politicians have not read this Declarationor at the very least, that this Declaration would undoubtedly fail miserably if voted upon today in the Canadian House of Commons.
If you think Im engaging in hyperbole, lets take a look at the opening statement of this Declaration: Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world
What an interesting statement! The United Nations (one presumes deliberately) did not differentiate here between human beings of different ages, and did not leave any room for the insidious pro-choice denial of personhood that the abortion ideology rests uponit explicitly states that all members of the human family fall into the category of those entitled to human rights. Pre-born children in the womb are, as anyone with a basic understanding of science and human reproduction will know, members of the human family. Granted, the abortion cabal has tried to create a conflict between mother and child, but even a family in supposed dispute is still a family. Human beings cannot have their human status revoked simply because another group of humans considers them an impediment. Canadian law, unfortunately, is not in line with this Declaration.
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