The disgrace at Censorship U. on the abortion file is a microcosm of the whole abortion issue. We know that so many abortions are the fault of men. Some cowards get a woman pregnant and then leave her alone with the child. Other guys are more oppressive and coerce the woman to abort. These two tendencies on display at Carleton right now.
The Carleton University Student Association (CUSA) is playing the part of the oppressive boyfriend. They’re not happy that some pro-life students conceived of Carleton Lifeline, a pro-life club, so they’ve decided to abort the club. Just as the oppressive boyfriend doesn’t care about his own flesh and blood, so CUSA is willing to sacrifice some of its own students, who they are supposed to represent and protect. They won’t allow Carleton Lifeline to re-integrate the campus unless they renounce their pro-life position, just like the oppressive boyfriend won’t stay with his girlfriend unless she aborts.
Meanwhile, senior management at the University is playing the role of cowardly boyfriend who deserts his woman and child. In a report on this fiasco that appeared in the National Post, we see this juicy quote from the University’s brass:
Late on Tuesday, Carleton University said in a statement: “CUSA is an independent, incorporated organization; they operate independently of the university and the university plays no role in and has no standing with regard to CUSA’s decision-making.” (Source)
They’re trying to shirk all responsibility by pretending that they have no authority over CUSA. That’s an absurd statement, of course. It reflects pure cowardice on the part of the University, which runs and hides to avoid the problem, just like the cowardly boyfriend.
If CUSA is really so independent, how do you suppose they obtained their “power of taxation”? Those membership dues charged to all students, whether they like it or not, are no different than a tax. Only governments and government-run organizations, like a university, have such powers. The rest of us have to earn our money: businesses, families, charities, etc. But governments have the power to reach out and take it, with or without your consent. This taxation power of CUSA is a direct giveaway that they are under the control of Carleton University, also known as Censorship U, but you can call them Cowardly U. as well.
So as I’ve explained before, the pro-choice mentality doesn’t limit itself to the abortion issue. It permeates a person’s values and everything they do. That’s why we have CUSA and the University bosses acting like effeminate men who don’t have the guts to live up to their responsibilities.