May 16, 2009 by Joseph Krohn
On May 14, 2009 a van load from the Pilgrim Holiness Church in Kingston, Ontario travelled to our national capital (which is Ottawa – for my American readers). We were particpating with approximately 12,000 Canadians in the “National March for Life.” This was the biggest crowd that has turned out for the March for Life since it began twelve years ago. It is also the biggest public gathering on Parliament Hill every year.
It is troubling to think of the almost 3,000,000 Canadian citizens that have been murdered over the last 40 years; that this crime has been allowed in this country. That is almost three times the size of the province of Nova Scotia and almost 22 times the size of Prince Edward Island’s population. Perhaps these murders will also result in an economic crisis, with such a large number of the future work force being exterminated.
May God hasten the day when these murders will cease in Canada. There were 18 Members of Parliament that spoke for life, as well as, several women who have had abortions speaking out in favour of life. There was one public school girl who gave her speach on the right for life and she quoted Horton the Elephant “A persons a person no matter how small” (Dr. Seuss: “Horton Hears a Who”).