AUTOGENOCIDE: ABORTION`S BITTER FRUIT IN QUEBEC
To many, this page title may reek of journalistic sensationalism.
Certainly, all the gobbledegook we are hearing these days about
out-of-control overpopulation and the irremediable environmental damage
stemming from too many people, would lead one to believe just the opposite.
But, the evidence is irrefutable: we are witnessing in Quebec the collective
suicide of a whole people who thinks diddling with constitutional changes
will assure them of a lasting prosperous future. Although a similar
sinister fate also awaits all of the
Western nations, Quebec is most likely to witness its realisation in the
short term. As with these countries, the problem had its roots in the
acceptance and promotion of recreational sex and birth control during the
Sexual Revolution. And it was seriously
aggravated with the opening in Montreal of the first ever abortion 'clinic'
in Canada. Today, Quebec aborts almost 30 babies for every 100 live births!
A country can die. It doesn`t die from poverty, nor from wealth, but it can
die in full prosperity. That seems to be the case with French Canada.
Along with Spain and Italy, "le Canada fleurdelysé", so prolific in days
gone by, beats the sterility world record. Some of Quebec`s political
leaders have recognized the beginning of French Canada`s inexorable descent
into a demographic twilight. It`s current leader, Lucien Bouchard, brought
attention to this disturbing fact during his last election campaign when he
stressed the importance for Quebec of increasing its natality rate. This
suggestion was quickly lambasted by Quebec`s media elites as patronizing and
sexist and deeply offended then Premier Daniel Johnson`s wife who peevishly
asked: "Is he telling Quebec women to have children? How arrogant of him!"
That was enough to silence Bouchard who immediately reverted back to strictly
politically correct pronouncements.
English North America and European nations are just as gravely threatened by
the same demographic winter which is settling in Quebec, albeit in a longer
term. Like the latter, they have apparently made a decision that
child-bearing is not in their
best interest. They are still blind to the profound consequences attached to
this decision which have even now become quite evident. Starting in 1999,
claims the United Nations, Europe`s population will start declining steadily
each year for the next
In Germany the total fertility rate has fallen to 1.3 (2.1 is necessary to
sustain a population); in Italy to 1.2. At this rate Italy will disappear in
200 years. Another 30 or 40 years at the current fertility level will mean
that Italy`s population will be
reduced by one-third. In this same period, Quebec`s population could fall
to less than 3.5 million (currently about 7.3 million) - most of it
English-speaking! The anti-baby mentality is indeed a terrible disease
depriving Quebec, Canada and countries in the West of their richest asset, a
Unfortunately it is impossible to stop a process, which has been developing
for so many years, with a wave of the magic wand. The great unity the West
has been searching so desperately to realize has come about: we finally
find ourselves united...in the tomb. But, isn`t this the logical future for
nations that kill almost half of their children in the womb?
The West`s pitiful decline into oblivion is possibly what Our Lady was
predicting at Fatima when she said: "Whole nations will disappear." It must
also have been on Pope John Paul`s mind when he warned, "the future of the
world stands in peril unless wiser
people are forthcoming." But the murderous population controllers of the
globe don`t have a clue what wisdom is. They have discarded the beginning of
wisdom: fear of God. Instead, they are fearful of forthcoming generations.
They are afraid of babies!
We Knights and all Canadians need to pray for an end to abortion and, when
we do, we must also pray for an end to contraception, sterilization, and an
increase in the birthrate. Immigrants are fine and should be welcome, but
the homegrown product has to come first for a nation to perpetuate itself.
Quebec is slowly learning this to its great sorrow, as all Canadians will
soon also realize.