The following blog comments on a podcast which features Samuel Sey, who is a part of the Pro-life Movement in Canada. Sey is a part of The CCBR (Canadian Centre For Bioethics And Reform). He discusses how the Conservative Politicians are mostly prochoice, and he mentions other things that happen pertaining to the organization.
Samuel Sey talks about a time when his friend asked him, “What would you say to someone who is about to have an abortion,” and how that helped him get into the prolife movement. I want to first hear your thoughts, but then, I’m going to tell you a story about how I really started to dive deep into the prolife pool.
The Reason I Got Into The Prolife Movement
I had always grown up rrolife. As I stated previously in this blog, we had a prayer vigil at our Church one February 23rd (I can’t remember which year, but again this can be found here). That was like the spark igniting just a tiny bit. I felt on that day like an activist–like I was puting my prayer into action. However, that was only a spark. The day I pledged in my mind to drown, so to speak, in the prolife pool, was when I had an email sent to me by Students For Life’s president, Kristian Hawkins, which provides resources for women seeking abortions, which is what I document in this open letter. The day that I watched the video you will see in the letter which you can watch by itself at this link, I had to take some Mylanta (it made my stomach turn, but even when anxious, the pain usually doesn’t go away after the affects should first wear off). That, even though I took the Mylanta, is a decision that I will never regret, because that is the thing that caused my ticking timebomb that was in my heart concerning the pro-life movement to explode. That was the day that I decided that I would live and die for the cause of the preeborn. That was the day that, although not verbally, I pledged to do my part to save as many preeborn babies as I can, which is why I post so much and so passionately on this blog concerning abortion.
Continuing Commentary On The Podcast
The podcast goes on to talk about the myth of “systemic racism,” which the update to Meriam-Webster Dictionary now says is the real definition, and this shows where the media and Black Lives Matter get their definition of this word, or at least they feel validated that they are believing the truth now that Meriam-Webster Dictionary has updated its definition of racism. The American Heritage English Dictionary as “The belief that race accounts for differences in character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others; Discrimination or prejudice based on race,” as put out by Wordnich. This coroborates the sentiments put out by Samuel Sey, which you will hear in this podcast.
Now, Abby Johnson in this podcast mention over and over again The Critical Race Theory, which I have just linked to an overview of. Again, I present to you The American Heritage English Dictionary’s definition from Wordnich of what racism is: The belief that racism accounts for differences of character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others; Discrimination or prejudice based on race.” Again, here is the Wordnik source’s link.
I now speak to those that believe the critical race theory which I linked to above: As a white person, I want nothing but victory for anyone, rather they be white, Black, Indian, Asian, Hispanic, you name it. As a believer in Christ, I want anyone and everyone to be victorious, and it starts in the mind. Here, from Joseph Mattera, are 20 contrasts between a victim mentality and a victor’s mentality. Please pray about this before continuing on with the commentary of the podcast. Now, here is the podcast. God bless!