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Halton Alive
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Huronia Right to Life
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Kirkland Lake Pro-Life
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Leamington & Area RTL
Lindsay Right to Life
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London & Area RTL
Longlac Right to Life
Lutherans for Life
Mississauga Right to Life
Newmarket & District Right to Life
North Bay Right to Life
Ottawa Action Life 
Owen Sound Right to Life
Peterborough Pro-Life
Port Elgin & Area RTL
Pro-Life Cornwall Pro-Vie
Pro-Vie Tri-Town Right to Life
Quinte Right to Life
Renfrew County RTL
Right to Life Kent Inc.
Refuge Pregnancy Resource Centre
St. Catharines Right to Life 
St. Thomas Right to Life
Simcoe & District Voice for Life
Spiritual Adoption of the Unborn
Stradford Right to Life
Strathroy & District RTL
Sudbury Right to Life
Thunder Bay Right to Life
Tillsonburg Right to Life
Timmins (CLC)
Toronto & Area RTL
Walkerton & District RTL
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Windsor-Essex County RTL
Wingham Voice for Life
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  1. Marc Horton on 13/02/2016 #

    Going after the abortion laws in the US and Canada
    When the governments of the US and Canada legalized abortions they overlooked the fact that people’s legal rights are violated when the state creates a danger to a person when he or she is a fetus. This area of violation of law opens up the equal protection under the law for nonviable human life thus making abortion illegal under the constitutions of the US and Canada.
    I am going to be using The Constitution Act of 1982 as found in the textbook I had for Canadian History (History 156 Fall 1988 San Jose State University) which was the second edition of The Structure of Canadian History by J. Finlay and D. Sprague which was published in 1984 to show where in Canadian law one should look at. For the US Constitution I will be using the seventh edition of Constitutional Law by J. Klotter and J. Kanovitz which was published in 1995. At times I will be citing the Canadian Constitution Act of 1982 since people of the US generally don’t study Canadian law and I am hoping that after reading this people will spread this writing around to groups and people that have the same beliefs in both the US and Canada in order to stop both governments for allowing the deaths of people to continue.
    Both constitutions have a supremacy clause in them which states that the constitution is the supreme law of their countries. Article VI of the US Constitution states that the US Constitution is the supreme law of the land and thus all laws in the US must not be in conflict with the US Constitution in order to be legal. The Canadian Constitution Act of 1982 under Part 1 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms under the section Application of Charter under the section 32(1) in section A states that this charter applies to both the Canadian Parliament and government and in section B it states that this charter also applies to the legislature and government of each province. Thus Canadian law must also follow the Canadian Constitution Act of 1982 for Canadian law to be valid.
    They also have a section in them for the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances. This is found in the First Amendment of the US Constitution and in the Canadian Constitution Act of 1982 under Part 1 in the section titled Enforcement under section 24(1) (“Anyone whose rights or freedoms, as guaranteed by this Charter, have been infringed or denied may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction to obtain such remedy as the court considers appropriate and just in the circumstance.”) . As you can see both governments allow for legal action against them for wrongs done by the government to its citizens and to deny this will be a violation of their constitutional laws.
    The constitutions of both countries mention that a person’s life cannot be taken without due process of law. This area of law covers human health also. In other words the governments of the US and Canada cannot injure their citizens in health matters without violating their constitutions. This is found in the 5th (federal level) and 14th (state and local governments) Amendments of the US Constitution and under Part 1 Legal Rights section 7 (“Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.”) of the Canadian Constitution Act of 1982.
    The last legal item they have in common that I want to bring up is that they both have areas of their constitutions which state or has been interpreted by the courts as being people have equal protection under the laws. In the US Constitution it is found in the 5th Amendment (Bolling v Sharpe 347 US 497, 74 S. Ct. 693, 98 L.Ed. 884 (1954)) for the federal government and the 14th Amendment for the state and local level of governments. In the Canadian Constitution Act of 1982 the idea of equal protection under the laws is found under the area Equality Rights under section 15(1) (“Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law.”).
    Now if a person gets health problem(s) caused by the governments of the US or Canada after birth that person can take legal action against the government that caused his or her health problem(s) and if the person can prove that the action or actions of the government caused the health problem(s) the person can win money from the government. This due to the fact the government violated the due process clause of the constitution that the government has to follow. The government violated the state created danger doctrine of the due process clause. In the US the Supreme Court in Roe v Wade 410 US 113 stated that Texas criminal abortion laws and other criminal laws like them in the US were illegal due to the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment and that state tort law denied prenatal injuries to a fetus that was not viable at the time of the injury even if the child was born alive. This is where the US Supreme Court did not look at issue from a state created danger doctrine issue. The Supremacy Clause of the US Constitution means that state tort law has to follow the Constitution. That clause in Canadian constitution means that Canadian law has to follow its constitution. Both constitutions have in them the right to petition the government for a redress of grievances. Well if a person has health problems caused by governmental action which occurred when he or she was a non viable fetus the constitutions of both countries allow for that person to petition the government for a redress of grievances which was the violation of the due process clause if he or she found out as an adult that the health problem(s) he or she has was caused by the action(s) of the government. This is where the idea in Roe v Wade that injuries caused to a fetus are violations of the parents’ interest only has problems. By stating this the court denies an injured person the right to petition the government for a redress of a grievance (a violation of the due process clause) which is a violation of his or her constitutional rights for an injury which he or she has to deal with. Now since this person has rights as a non viable fetus under constitutional law other non viable fetuses have rights under constitutional law due to the equal protection clauses of the constitutions. Also due to the equal protection clause clause abortion has to be viewed as murder because fetuses have rights.
    The governments of the US and Canada have policies which cause non viable fetuses to have health problems. The governments of the US and Canada make sure that non viable fetuses are given teratagens. Drs. Jorge, Carey, Bamshad and White stated in Medical Genetics (3rd edition (2006)) on page 318 “A teratogen is an agent external to the fetus’s genome that induces structural malformations, growth deficiency, and/or functional alterations during prenatal development.”. Well I know of a couple of chemicals which are teratagens which the governments of the US and Canada make sure non viable fetuses are exposed to. I will begin with the drug which is given to pregnant women due to court order in the US and Canada. Methadone is a teratagen of the human brain. Women who have heroin problems are court ordered into drug treatment programs and some of these programs give women methadone as a treatment. Some of these women are either pregnant or get pregnant when they are in this court ordered program thus the fetuse is exposed to methadone and the brain gets developmental problems. Now since the US Supreme Court stated viability can be as early as 24 weeks in Roe v Wade one has to use a state created danger teratagen that causes human health problems before the 24 week. Well I wrote a state created danger doctrine paper that shows that methadone does brain problems as early as the 18th week which I include with this writing. The reference I used in the paper that showed methadone goes after the human brain in 18th week humans was from Frontiers in Surgery (volume 1 article 28 July 2014) and the name of the paper was Mid-gestational enlargement of fetal thalami in women exposed to methadone during pregnancy. The other teratgen I have written a state created danger paper on is mercury which includes methyl mercury and I have been letting out various writings on this subject on the net since 2006. The WIC program of the US places fish on its program and lies about the safety of the fish. This is sad since the governments of the US and Canada create the mercury danger in the fish. The current paper on this subject has a section on equal protection which shows that murder laws are illegal due to the fact that the governments allow for people to be poisoned to death by mercury (heart attacks) and mentions how people get cancer and birth defects due to mercury. The chemical reaction which causes heart attacks causes single strand DNA breaks, increase in chromosomal number and wrong nucleotides to be place in the DNA strands and these are the reasons why one gets cancer and birth defects. The internet emails not going to Yahoo groups of this writing will have that writing plus a letter to me by Sam Farr who at the time of the letter was a House of Representatives member on the subcommittee of the Food and Drug Administration. I am letting this letter to me out with my writing so that people all over can sue him for the cause of their health problems and for people to ask for him to be tried for murder in each state in the US. The US Supreme Court has already stated letters to people can be used in court cases against politicians and that the free speech and debate clause does not apply to these letters.
    The US Supreme Court by 1978 overruled its own prior decisions more than 100 times (Power and Politics in America 3rd edition by Freedman and its publication date was 1978). Famous examples of the US Supreme Court overruling itself are: Brown v Board of Education reversed the idea found in Plessy v Ferguson that separate could be equal; Gideon v Wainwright reversed the idea found in Betts v Brady that a state could send an indigent defendant to prison without being provided full counsel and Reid v Covert 354 US 1 which reversed the idea found Reid v Covert 351 US 487 that US civilian dependents of military could be tried in a court-martial court for a crime done in a foreign country at the time of peace. Reid shows you how fast the US Supreme Court can change its mind. They just heard the case and made a ruling on it and then they decided to rehear the case and make a different ruling.
    Thank you for reading this,
    Marcus Horton
    60 Stephanie Dr. Apt 213A
    Salinas, Ca. 93901
    State required methadone treatment to pregnant women violates the rights of the unborn
    Women are required to undergo methadone maintenance therapy when convicted of illegal actions that involve heroin and if they are pregnant that legal requirement violates the state created danger doctrine because the unborn fetus gets brain damage. The state created danger doctrine as interpreted by the US Supreme Court in DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Services 489 US 189 (1989) stated that the Due Process Clause of the US Constitution is violated when a governmental action causes the creation of a danger in a person or makes a person more vulnerable to a danger. To put someone in a more vulnerable position to a danger the government would have to place the person in a worse position than in which he or she would have been if it had not acted at all. Thus the rights of the unborn fetus are violated because the government took an action that will cause harm to happen to the fetus (brain damage). Methadone is a chemical that was known in the 1970’s and 1980’s to impact brain development of mammals (rats) and now we are getting studies that show it also impacts human brain development. The normal procedures for allowing chemicals to be given to humans was not followed here. If animal studies showed damage to animals then the chemical would not be allowed to go on to human testing in the normal testing of chemicals for human use.
    In the 1970’s and 1980’s methadone was given to rats during gestation and/or lactation and the effects on the brain development of the offspring was studied. These studies showed that methadone caused changes in the brain’s growth , weight, size and reduction of DNA content in brain cells. Also behavioral changes happen that showed that areas of the brain had changes in them. For example rats that were exposed to methadone as fetus showed analgesia responds when exposed to hot-plates thus showing that the thalamic area of the brain was affected by the methadone exposure. The thalamic area of the brain is a relay center for all kinds of sensory impulses as they travel from the peripheral sensory receptors to the sensory areas of the cerebral cortex. The crude identification (protopathic sensibility) of stimuli as pain, variation of temperature and touch is the result of thalamic integrations. Consciously perceived sensory impulses are relayed through the thalamus. Discriminatory sensibility is dependent upon the cerebral cortex. The finer sensory discriminations (those of the somesthetic, visual, auditory, and grestatory senses), which are elevated to the conscious sphere in the cerebral cortex, require the input of information processed in the thalamic nuclei for their final resolution.
    Later study has showed that methadone exposure to rodents during gestation caused problems with the myelination of neurons of the rodent brain. Proper myelination is required for the proper functioning of the brain’s neurons. Thus early exposure to methadone causes neurons in the brain not to function correctly.
    Human exposure to methadone prenatally causes thalamic growth problems to infants and during gestation. The thalamus has a high concentration of opioid receptors so methadone targets that area of the human brain. Also human exposure to methadone prenatally causes the delay or alteration of maturation of neural connection tracts of the human brain. Infants born to methadone maintained mothers also show either a delay maturation or alterations of the myelination process (for example the superior longitudinal fascicule). This is part of the biological reason why children born to methadone maintained mothers perform more poorly on neuropsychologic tests and have more childhood behavioral problems.

    Science papers used in this writing.
    Ones dealing with rodents.
    Effect of chronic maternal methadone exposure on perinatal development. Biology of the Neonate 31(5-6):271-82.
    Perinatal methadone exposure and brain development: a biochemical study. Journal of Neurochemistry 31:49-54.
    Prenatal exposure to methadone HCL in relationship to body and brain growth in the rat. Acta neurologica Scandinavica 59:248-262.
    Comparative effects of postnatal undernutrition and methadone exposure on protein and nucleic acid contents of the brain and cerebellum in rats. Developmental Neuroscience 5:385-393.
    Analgesia in young and adult rats perinatally exposed to methadone . Neurobehavioral toxicology and teratology 4(4):455-7.
    The opioid system and brain development: methadone effects on the oligodendrocyte lineage and the early stages of myelination. Developmental Neuroscience 36(5):409-421.
    Ones dealing with humans.
    Disparity in hemispheric and thalamic growth in infants undergoing abstinence. National Institute on Drug Abuse Research Monograph Series 67 Problems of Drug Dependence, 1985 pgs. 342-346.
    Neural tract development of infants born to methadone-maintained mothers . Pediatric Neurology 47 (2012) 1e6.
    Mid-gestational enlargement of fetal thalami in women exposed to methadone during pregnancy. Frontiers in Surgery 1 article 28.
    Book printed years before that mentions importance of the thalamus
    The Human Nervous System Basic Principles of Neurobiology 3rd Edition 1981 by C. Noback and R. Demarest published by McGraw-Hill Book Company

    Marcus Horton
    60 Stephanie Dr. Apt 213A
    Salinas, Ca. USA 93901

  2. Denise Mountenay on 22/07/2016 #

    Thank you for all you do to promote truth, life and justice. I am hoping to do a speaking tour in Ontario end of Sept. beginning of Oct. if you are interested in arranging an event for me, that would be great. I am also in the new “Hush” documentary and selling the DVD’s exposing the Breast Cancer Risk, Cervical damage and mental health issues in the aftermath of legal abortion.

    Yahooo! Finally, my new book is DONE! It took 7 years to complete, and is 256 pages of God adventures.

    My first book, “Forgiven…a true story” was a National Best Seller. Hoping this one becomes one too. This book tells my story from a MESS (raped, teen pregnancy & abortions…) to a MESSAGE, (speaking to UN Ambassadors and leaders of Nations) for such a time as this. This book reveals the many cutting edge and latest credible studies linking Breast Cancer to abortion. It also proves that abortion is damaging women’s mental and reproductive health according to the experts and evidence. It is a great resource for Teenagers, Young Adults, Churches, Schools and all Libraries.

    I also take a look at the big picture regarding atheism, Islam and changing world demographics, my United Nations exploits; and the humanity of children in the womb.

    Please email your order: $20.00 each- includes postage. You can even send easy payment online via- E-Transfer through online banking to dmountenay@telus.net how cool is that? Also great for birthdays, Hannukah, and Christmas is coming. Lol.

    Your prayers and financial support for this missionary for life is greatly needed and appreciated! I collect no salary or wage; however I am believing that one day that would be so nice. Next year will be my 30th year of pro-life work and ministry. Time flies.

    NEED A SPEAKER? If you can use a passionate former abortion patient to share on her pain of legal abortion, expose the lies
    and teach on the latest research proving it is harmful to women’s mental and reproductive health, please
    consider having me speak at your NEXT AGM or fundraising EVENT!

    Look forward to hearing from you soon! If you send a donation of $100.00 or more
    I will gladly send you a signed copy of my book! Please FORWARD to your contacts too!

    Thank you and God BLESS you and your family!

    Please make cheques out to “Together for Life Ministries” and mail to the address below.

    Love,
    Denise

    Together for Life Ministries
    The Bride, The Serpent & The Seed
    Denise Mountenay
    Author/Speaker/Human Life Advocate
    107 Discovery Ave. Sturgeon County, Alberta, T8R 1N1
    dmountenay@telus.net
    780-939-5774

    PS. References available on request

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