Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Pro-Abortion Choice Tolerance at McGill University

It used to be that a university campus was a place for a thoughtful dialogue about the most important issues of the day. It seems like that is not the case for neighbors to the north. A presentation by Jojo Ruba of the Canadian Center for Bioethical Reform was interrupted for two hours while "tolerant" pro-aborts chanted children's songs (a fantastic irony if there ever was one) and blocked the screen. Here is a video of the beginning of the presentation.

I interviewed Jojo for the LTI Podcast #8&9. You can find them here.

1 comment:

  1. I'd say the children depicted in the video made an excellent effort in conveying the abortion-choice argument, which is to say, it's utterly irrational, selfish, immature and frightfully forceful - like a child in the throes of the terrible twos.

    If McGill, as a university, isn't reprimanding this kind of behavior, they're merely condoning idiocy.

    Way to go, McGill.


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