Canada’s highest honour has been debased.

Statement from His Grace, Thomas Collins, Archbishop of Toronto re: Appointment of Henry Morgentaler to the Order of Canada:

TORONTO, July 1 /CNW/ – Canada’s highest honour has been debased. Henry
Morgentaler has been awarded the Order of Canada. We are all diminished.
A community’s worth is measured by the way it treats the most vulnerable,
and no one is more vulnerable than in the first nine months of life’s journey.
No person may presume to judge the soul of Henry Morgentaler, but it cannot be
denied that the effect of his life’s work has been a deadly assault upon the
most helpless amongst us.

Canada glories in the names of Banting and Best, and the other medical
heroes who selflessly brought healing where there was disease and suffering.
Now it honours with the Order of Canada a medical man who has brought not
healing, but the destruction of the defenseless and immeasurable grief. This
award must not stand….(Full Story)

Note by F4L: Consider that Canada had to double its rate at which immigrants are let into the country to compensate for the birth dearth that is caused by the legalization of abortions, that Henry Morgentaler is being honoured for what is putting our nation into decline, and that right now in the USA, a woman will be tried for murder and quite possibly sentenced to death for doing with a passion what Henry Morgentaler does for a living and to further his career — for doing which Henry Morgentaler is being honoured.  Things most certainly have become very confused with what once were absolute moral standards in Canada.

Does Canada deserve to descend peacefully into oblivion and moral chaos, ultimately to vanish or to change into something that is no longer recognizable? Why would anyone worry about any possible threat to Canada’s existence when our once-great nation is doing such an excellent job of bringing about its own demise through systematically dismantling itself and its moral foundation?


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3 Responses to Canada’s highest honour has been debased.

  1. David Millar


    Oh, yeah!

    No doubt many more Canadians have been fuming under their breaths for too long about the generalized pretense of public acceptance of Abortion on Demand as a “human right” eligible only to females without restriction.

    I find a homosexual mentality at work in the over advancement of Henry Morgentaler as some kind of hero worthy of Canada’s highest award.

    It isn’t good enough to queers to be tolerated, in their minds at least, they need to be recognized for their “specialness”.

    And of course, the homosexuals have infested the bureaucracies and media, and purport their biased pro-queer opinions as ‘fair commentary’, and use every opportunity to promote queer cause.

    Morgentaller’s receipt of this award is just another symptom of the now standard perversion of perversion (Black: it’s the New White!)that would make heroes of baby-killers.

  2. Here are a few more related articles:

    Opposition to Morgentaler’s Order is wide and deep and intense – National Post Politics Editor

    Court affirms law calling unborn ‘living human beings’ – Ruling lifts Planned Parenthood injunction against South Dakota’s abortion statute

    A federal appeals court ruled that South Dakota can begin enforcing a law requiring doctors to tell women seeking abortions that the procedure ends a human life.

  3. Here are some follow-up articles on the story of the award of the Oder of Canada to Dr. Morgentaler, a prolific Canadian abortionist who dedicated his life, in violation of his Hippocratic oath, to the taking of lives.

    **Honouring a remorseless extremist**

    Barbara Kay, National Post
    Wednesday, July 02, 2008

    Yesterday, it was confirmed that abortion-rights activist Dr. Henry Morgentaler received the Order of Canada.

    Was that wise? No. The Order of Canada is meant to honour an individual whose contribution to the nation all Canadians can take pride in. Dr. Morgentaler’s successful crusade to ennoble the concept of abortion without constraints of any kind does not meet that criterion.

    Abortion is a divisive issue, and only two minority groups believe there is a black-and-white answer to the questions of “if ” and “when.” Certain religious groups feel abortion is never an option. Certain ideological groups believe it is never not an option.

    But most Canadians fall somewhere in between….

    Full Story:

    **A Symbol Of Moral Decay**

    *In the old Canada, Morgentaler was prosecuted.
    In the new Canada, he is awarded our highest honour*

    Ian Hunter, National Post
    Wednesday, July 02, 2008

    To award the Order of Canada to Henry Morgentaler does not much diminish Governor-General Michaelle Jean nor Canada (neither, truth to tell, have much of a reputation to tarnish), but it might make some past recipients — for example, Jean Vanier (1971), or the Salvation Army’s Arnold Brown (1982), or the late Cardinal Emmett Carter (1983) — seem to be in rather uncomfortable company. But then, people forget that the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Yasser Arafat.

    In the early 1970s, when I was just beginning my law teaching career, I was scheduled to debate Henry Morgentaler at the law faculty at the University of Ottawa. At the time, I was worried less about the substance of the debate, more about procedural niceties: Should I shake his hand? And how should I address him? To call someone “Dr.” whose grisly practice made a daily mockery of the Hippocratic Oath, seemed unappealing. In the event it didn’t matter; Morgentaler did not show up, sending a replacement instead….

    Full Story:

    In my opinion, the reaction to the award to Dr. Morgentaler described in the following article is correct, sensible and must be respected. The award to Dr. Morgentaler can and will be reversed only if more members of the Order of Canada will take similar actions, as they should.

    **B.C. priest gives back his Order over Morgentaler**

    *’A Terrible Mistake’; Revoke abortion doctor’s award, churches say*

    Katie Rook, National Post, with files from The Telegram
    Published: Thursday, July 03, 2008

    A Catholic priest in British Columbia is returning his Order of Canada after Dr. Henry Morgentaler was named a member, calling the controversial abortion doctor’s induction into the Order “a terrible mistake.”

    Father Lucien Larre, who was inducted into the nation’s highest order in 1983 for his work with troubled youth, said in a news release yesterday that he felt “compelled in conscience to return my Order of Canada.”….

    Full Story:

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