One of Canada’s leading pro-life organizations is stepping up its efforts with a campaign aimed at completely ending abortion in Canada within 20 years.
“We don’t exist merely to fight abortion, but to actually end the killing,” says Stephanie Gray, co-founder and executive director of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform.
Last month, CCBR launched ‘EndtheKilling’, a vision for jump-starting pro-life activism across Canada through targeted educational campaigns and networking with pro-life groups throughout the country.
“We’re building an army, essentially, of foot soldiers,” explained Gray.
This is the gang behind the Fetus Mobile and the Holocaust = Abortion bullshit.
They are planning a MASSIVE new innovative campaign featuring -- wait for it -- Flyers! Signs! Dead fetus pr0n!
These wingnuts are going to double-down on poor Calgary and -- oooooo -- invade Toronto!
CCBR will focus its own efforts especially on Calgary, where they are currently based, and Toronto, where they plan to open a second office in the near future. They are counting on support from local pro-life groups to reach communities across the country.
By 2020, the organization aims to have every person in Calgary exposed to the graphic abortion images at least weekly, and the same for Toronto by 2030.
We're shaking in our boots here.
Nice of them though to give us warning. Time for clever and sane Torontonians to come up with some competition for this anti-fetus-fetishist campaign, or as it was sneakily disguised, Tubby Dogs' Hot Dog Eating Contest.
Methinks they got their work cut for them in Toronto, though. I regularly ride the streetcar that passes the Cabbagetown Women's Clinic. Over the last 40 Days of Harassment, I never saw more than two zygote zealots standing forlornly across the street holding their dopey signs.
*@Dr. Dawg: Sue me. ;-)
ADDED: Toronto has an idling bylaw. (Can't idle for more than 1 minute in 60 minutes.) Calgary seems to have only downloadable signs to remind drivers of the waste. When the Fetus Mobile comes to Toronto, perhaps vigilant citizens could keep an eye out for more than one-minute stops. Document with cell-phone photos and times and dates to be uploaded to a Fetus Mobile Watch site. After all, we don't want our air polluted any more than it is. Do we?