…The abortion agenda, he argued is being driven by a sort of “secular religion” and neither the police, the courts nor civil libertarians are prepared to tolerate blasphemers. While civil liberties groups often intervene in cases like this, none are listed under Ms. Gibbons’ file on the Supreme Court’s website. Mr. Hunter suggested that the same people who stand up for G7 protesters when they’re moved off a street corner are simply turning a blind eye to Ms. Gibbons. “What’s offensive about her is that she is reminding people of what they don’t want to think about,” he said, noting the same goes for Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth who is behind the unpopular abortion motion on Parliament Hill. “They’re calling into question the sacred orthodoxy which is abortion must be available in Canada without examination, without explanation, without legal restriction.” (Source)
The honest person today understands that we all have our own religions. In Canada and the West, however, some religions are more protected than others.