I’ve been reading a bit on the “The New Abortion Caravan”. First, a brief review of the original Abortion Caravan.
In 1970, hundreds of women gathered in Vancouver to protest limited access to abortion. They then climbed into vehicles and began to drive across the country in what history has come to call "The Abortion Caravan." Many Canadian historians credit this Caravan with laying the groundwork to the 1988 Supreme Court decision to strike down all abortion laws.
A core team of pro-abortion protestors drove from Vancouver to Ottawa. When they arrived they left a coffin—representing women who died from illegal abortions—at the Prime Minister's house and forced Parliament to shut down for over half an hour. The nation was forced to consider an issue they had previously ignored.
Now, The New Abortion Caravan, is forcing the people of Canada to look at the truth, of what abortion does to human babies. It’s graphic, it’s emotional, and it has the pro-aborts outraged.
Watch this video, especially the girl with pink hair, as she assaults a man with a camera.
An article from Socialist Worker states:
Unions such as CAW, USW, OPSEU and CUPE were well represented at protests across the country.
It’s not surprising that union thuggery is seemingly as prominent in Canada, as it is here in the United States. The article cited above is titled “Anti-Choice Caravan Fails”. But it didn’t fail. It’s brought the atrocity that is abortion, to the attention of people across Canada. And this.. is just the beginning.