Canada and Spain
In Canada Henry Morgentaler, the Canadian arch-abortionist, has been given the Order of Canada for health care, in the National Canadian day. Just trying to keep it quiet. To consider the moral and ethical standards of this man, just consider that in 1973, when abortion was not legal yet in Canada, wrote to Canadian PM, Trudeau, where he disclosed that friends, family and lovers of many Canadian politicians had been “helped by his services”.
In Spain, the Andalucian Autonomous Government is going to pass a law to legalise euthanasia:
The Andalusian government has announced a new law on euthanasia “with these four objectives: the limiting of therapeutic efforts, the rejection of treatment, palliative sedation and disconnection in case of death“.
It has not been reported widely, specially because of Spanish team winning football’s Eurocup AND because it’s summer. Just also to keep in quiet.
The difference is that in Canada there is already someone calling for demonstrations against the measure: Archbishop Collins of Toronto. The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada is also against giving the Order to Morgentaler.