Some Canadian COVID deaths were actually euthanasia (and other stories)

A roundup of news and interviews from around the interwebs.

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In last print edition of The European Conservative, I had an essay on “The Witch-hunt against Conservative Women,” discussing the hate campaigns against British commentator Caroline Farrow, German sociologist Gabrielle Kuby, and Finnish politician Päivi Räsänen. It wasn’t published online, but I see Caroline Farrow has just posted it on Twitter. Here it is, if you’re interested.

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Over at World Opinions, Albert Mohler explains that if the GOP caves to the LGBT movement, it will no longer be a conservative party by any real definition of the term.

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At National Review, Dr. Michael New explains why the Illinois Legislature’s decision to repeal the state’s parental notification law will result in more abortions. Illinois has become increasingly radical on abortion in the past several years, and the removal of this common-sense law is more evidence of that.

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Also in National Review, there is yet another example of a male identifying as female being transferred to a women’s prison and sexually assaulting an inmate. I’ve been writing about these incidents for years now. I wonder how many rape victims it will take before our elites decide that enough is enough.

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Alex Schadenberg of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition reveals that many COVID-related deaths were actually euthanasia deaths. Canada is rapidly becoming one of the most pro-euthanasia countries in the world.

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Pat Maloney of the Run with Life blog, with the assistance of my colleague Kyle at CCBR, reports that the abortion rate in the province of Manitoba is rising significantly.

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Kamala Harris, the abortion extremist currently cocking up the role of vice-president, has been crashing and burning since she took office. You just love to see it.

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More soon.

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