Henry Morgentaler: The holocaust survivor who helped inflict the holocaust of abortion on Canada, dead at age 90.

He didn’t mind being hated and to a certain extent, didn’t actually notice it. Politicians, for example, have to develop a rhino hide against criticism, but Henry never did because he was indifferent to the opinions of people he didn’t respect. He always had his pit crew, a women’s rights team that regularly meets to celebrate the anniversary of that stunning 1988 Supreme Court of Canada decision on abortion. But he also had a distance, the dubious gift of knowing that there was nothing worse that life could throw at him.

“I knew I could not save my mother [in Auschwitz in 1944]. But I could save other mothers,” he told me for a 2003 Globe and Mail profile. “It was an unconscious thought. It became almost like a command. If I help women to have babies at a time when they can give love and affection, they will not grow up to be rapists or murderers. They will not build concentration camps.”

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Editor’s note: What a bunch of c-r-a-p! What a legacy of death and destruction! What a sad, horrifically misguided soul and totally wasted life!

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  1. Doug,
    Your Editor’s Note summed-up Henry Morgentaler’s sad, sad, life!
    I cannot believe, he was So Miss-Directed, to put it mildly! Maybe, his mother’s death, in the Concentration Camp, affected him, in a psychological adverse condition, that could not be corrected! Anyways, dying, with all that Abortion/Death attributed to him….very sad! He was worse than the Death Camp Commadant, in the Holocaust!


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