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Mallick gets it wrong

Mallick gets it wrong

We couldn’t have said it any better! MP Harold Albrecht takes Heather Mallick to task over her extreme position. After reading his response to Mallick please take a moment to send him a note of appreciation for standing up for pre-born human rights. His email is [email protected]

(The following is a post from Mr. Albrecht’s Facebook page. It is published here with his permission)

Star Columnist Heather Mallick has a history of unfairly targeting individuals. This time she chose to direct her ignorance at the pre-born.

Mallick gets it wrong

I wrote the attached letter in response. The Star has chosen not to publish it, or even acknowledge its receipt.

When Canada’s largest-circulation daily newspaper is willing to print these misfacts and to let them stand uncorrected, is it any wonder so many Canadians are misinformed on this issue?

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Columnist Heather Mallick gets it wrong when she states that “relationships that used to be massively unequal, with the powerful tormenting the weak, are no longer considered socially acceptable.” I wish she was correct, but the glaring exception remains the unborn.

I believe that if Heather Mallick was exposed to suction powerful enough to tear her body into pieces, she would consider it a form of torment. Similarly, if Mallick was cut into pieces without anesthetic, I’m pretty confident she’d be feeling tormented.  Those are the typical procedures used during a first-trimester abortion.

Unborn children feel pain. Fetal anesthesia is routinely administered when surgery is required to ensure the health of unborn children; just not when they are killed. They have no voice; no input on whether or not they will be killed.

There is no equality there.

Harold Albrecht, MP

Kitchener-Conestoga

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