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For Whose Benefit?

Tue, March 28, 2023   |   Author: Vicki Gunn   |   Volume 30    Issue 13 | Share: Gab | Facebook | Twitter   

On March 22, 2023, the news was rife with reports about Liberal MP Han Dong’s resignation from the Liberal caucus because of reports that he had sought to delay the release of the two Michaels, along with reports of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) interfering in the 2021 general election on his (and others’) behalf.

I could have wept as I watched his humiliation on television, but, over the last years, we have suffered a lot through our emotions being manipulated by politicians and media in order to change laws or draw sympathy to a cause. We must learn to reject exceptions to our laws on manipulative grounds for the personal benefit of some but the ultimate benefit of none.

In 1969, Pierre Trudeau’s Omnibus Bill made abortion legally possible under certain conditions. In 1988, the Supreme Court of Canada declared all abortion laws unconstitutional. The result of these two events has been the tragic deaths of over four million Canadian babies. For whose short-term benefit? For whose long-term benefit?

In 1991, Sue Rodriguez was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In 1994, she was assisted to her death as an icon of the euthanasia movement.

In the years since the very politicized assisted suicide of Sue Rodriguez, the media have deluged us with heartbreaking stories of people whose intense suffering has led them to seek an early death. Today, MAiD is offered as a solution for homelessness, poverty and mental illness. Even Canadian veterans, suffering from PTSD and other injuries received in battle have been offered Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) rather than proper medical, financial and emotional help to deal with their pain and loss.

The legalization of MAiD has benefited nobody. 31,664 Canadians died by medically-assisted suicide between legalization in June, 2016 and Dec. 31, 2021. Those in government seeking to save money by terminating the vulnerable may consider MAiD a success, but it is a terrible stain on the Canadian conscience and marks the further dehumanization of our society.

What do these historical notes have to do with MP Han Dong?

The changes brought about by the passing of the above laws were ostensibly for societal benefit; at least that was the claim. When we see the current Prime Minister showing abject sorrow over his “blackface” pranks in a transparent grab for sympathy (not for the victim but for him, the perpetrator), we know we are being emotionally manipulated. When we hear his hollow apologies for groping a young reporter, we know that our sense of right and wrong is being tampered with by manipulative words and emotional displays. But we must not be so easily distracted by his antics. Justice is at stake.

Women fought hard battles for equality under the law. Women like Emily Murphy, Nellie McClung, Irene Parlby, Henrietta Muir Edwards and Louise McKinney, the Famous Five, fought with steadfast determination for women to be recognized as persons in Canadian law. And they succeeded.

But where are women today? We have lost our recognition as women to a movement that denies the biological reality that there are two sexes. We all have the bodies of one sex or the other—man or woman. Yet today, some men demand a right to appropriate the status of womanhood; fantasizing themselves as women, they impose themselves into women’s washrooms, change rooms, showers, and shelters. Real women have lost privacy and the protection of the law from these unwanted intrusions.

In the year 1900, women were finally allowed to compete in the modern day Olympic Games. Now, 123 years later, the entire category of women’s sports has been rendered meaningless by men who self-identify as women and unfairly compete, using their greater size and muscle mass to win trophies they don’t deserve.

The question has been asked: “What is a woman?” For some, the answer seems conveniently unavailable . . . they just don’t know—or won’t say—what that strange creature is!

CHP Canada has a simple answer to that simple question and we offer it to a very confused generation. A woman is an adult female.

The problem is that, in our world of run-away rights, people have lost the understanding as to what a right is. There is no right—in law or nature—to remove the safeguards that have been put in place to protect society. Government cannot create rights. Rights are given by God.

Even if “I want to,” I do not have a right to:

  • choose to kill my unborn child just because that child is inconvenient to me
  • choose to end my life with a doctor’s help (even if my choice creates a moral dilemma for others)
  • offend people by mocking them, as long as I put on the appearance of being contrite
  • touch someone inappropriately as long as I consider that person unimportant
  • maintain my seat in Parliament, even though there is a question as to the validity of my election
  • as a man, usurp the privileges, dignity and role of womanhood; or to demand that my body be surgically altered to resemble a woman’s body

It’s time for a new Women’s Liberation movement. It’s time to declare, once again, that a woman is an adult female and allow women to be what they were created to be: one of two—and only two—sexes. While this may be offensive to some people, women fought too long and too hard and endured too much to have their womanhood stripped from them.

CHP Canada’s position on this matter is a breath of fresh air that blows away the cobwebs of confusion. Join today and protect a woman’s right to be unique . . . to be a woman.

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