Tuesday, November 28, 2006
OTTAWA, November 24, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A motion debated at the November 21 session of the Carleton University Students' Association (CUSA) council meeting would prohibit any group opposed to abortion from attaining club status at the University. While aimed at a pro-life group of students seeking club status on campus, the proposed policy may ban Catholic, Evangelical, Jewish and Muslim clubs as well.
On November 21, Katy McIntyre Vice President of CUSA Student Services, proposed a "Motion to Amend Discrimination on Campus Policy" which would bar from club status all groups opposed to abortion. The motion stated:
1) CUSA and CUSA Inc. respect and affirm a woman's right to choose.
2) No CUSA resources, space, recognition or funding be allocated for anti-choice purposes.
In the brave new world, being against abortion is unjust discrimination and must be punished. Hey, just so long as you're overturning a few thousand years of values, you might as well try to hassle the Neanderthals opposing you, right?