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Friday, December 22, 2017

The Difference One Person Can Make: Mary Wagner for Good, Henry Morgentaler for Evil

Henry Morgentaler, mass murderer
of infants in the womb, icon of  death.
The Catholic Association of Polish Doctors sent a letter to Mary Wagner on the Second Sunday of Advent praising her efforts to save babies from death and their mothers from a lifetime of regret. The letter also provided some abortion history describing the Polish link to Canada's abortion law in the person of Henry Morgentaler.

You've never heard of Morgentaler? Here's a bit from his obituary in the New York Times in 2013:

He was born Henryk Morgentaler on March 19, 1923, in Lodz, Poland. His parents, Josef and Golda Morgentaler, were Jewish socialists. When the Nazis invaded in 1939, his father, a textile worker and union organizer, was killed by the Gestapo. He and his mother, his brother, Mumek, and his sister, Ghitel, lived in the Lodz ghetto with little food and rampant disease for most of the war. Ghitel died there. 
Mary Wagner, inspiraton of the Red Rose
Rescues, hero of life!
In 1944, Henryk, his mother and his brother were sent to Auschwitz, in Poland. His mother was killed, and the brothers became slave laborers. They were later shipped to Dachau in Germany and liberated in 1945. After living in refugee camps, Mumek went to the United States, and Henryk studied medicine in Germany and Belgium.
Wow! A man who was himself the victim of an evil system that murdered the weak and powerless became in Canada the "face of abortion," a moral atrocity that targets the weak and powerless! Think of it -- a man who survived the Nazi death camps where his own mother was killed, proudly ran death camps for the babies. How monstrous is that?

The Polish doctors regret that a Polish expatriate became the major instrument to change Canadian law, not only to enable the murder of children but to advance the sexual revolution that necessitated it. Here's what the physicians tell us about Morgentaler:
Henry Morgentaler during the German occupation stayed in the ghetto in Łódź, he was imprisoned with his mother and brother in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, in Oświęcim, and then in Dachau. As a child, he unfortunately saw what it means to disregard human life regardless of age. After liberation in 1944, he reached Canada with his wife, where he graduated in medicine in 1953, in Montreal, and began medical practice. He was one of the first Canadian physicians to perform a vasectomy operation, install intrauterine devices and assign birth control pills to unmarried women. He became an advocate and symbol of the struggle for legal abortion in Canada. In 1969 he opened the first abortion clinic in Montreal, his own McCully Street clinic in Halifax. He fought against legal restrictions for women wishing to have an abortion. He was the first physician in North America using a vacuum method of abortion. He opened 20 abortion clinics and trained more than a hundred doctors to carry out abortion surgery in Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Ontario. We are ashamed that the gynecologist who was born in Poland became the abortion chief of Canada.
Morgentaler spent half of his life in the courts to change the legal provisions alleging abortion of illegal procedures. In 1988, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled that "no one has the right to force a woman to give birth to a child" . This ruling referring to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was "a merit" of Morgentaler's many years of activity. The regulations with which he fought the Morgentaler court found unconstitutional, determining that the removal of pregnancy is legal. Since 1991, the Ontario government has included basic insurance in the OHIP card - also treatments in abortion clinics. In 2008, Henry Morgentaler was awarded the Order of Canada!
Morgentaler's legacy, according to Real Women of Canada is this:
The unborn are expendable. They can be aborted at any time of gestation, as long as you can find a willing doctor. Babies who are mistakenly born alive can be left to die, or hurried to death by snipping the spinal cord or poking sharp scissors into the brain. 
This moral indifference to the humanity of the unborn is now so entrenched in our society, that we are now extending it to the newly born. Thank you, Henry Morgentaler.
We had our own Morgentaler here in the U.S. Milan Vuitch another expatriate after WW II (from Serbia) who married an American and immigrated to the D.C. area where he set up shop as an abortionist and killed babies in his basement before legalization. Then he just shifted to the front alley afterwards. He postured as a hero of "safe choice" but killed several women along with their little ones. I was arrested at his abortuary in 1977 chained to an abortion table. The place was filthy with sanitary napkins taped to the stirrups that looked like they hadn't been changed in months. We saved a baby that day who was born on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade in 1978.

Morgentaler and Vuitch are described as "champions" of the culture of death. That's like calling Satan the "champion" of the Garden of Eden.

Mary Wagner, on the other hand, is a hero of the culture life. Morgentaler and Vuitch destroyed numerous lives; Mary Wagner saves them. Inspiration of the Red Rose Rescues, she goes into the abortuary waiting rooms with her gentle smile, roses, baby models, and information about assistance. She implores the mothers to choose life for their babies and become the women God calls them to be. She is the face of respect for women; Morgentaler and Vuitch were the faces of exploitation and contempt.

Who would you rather be on Judgment Day?

"I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live." 
                                                                   Deuteronomy 30:19

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