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Saturday, October 29, 2005
. . . aka, appearing on a TV panel:
7:00 p.m., Thursday, November 3rd, on an "@iSSUE" hosted by John Robson on ichannel. It's a panel on "Religion and Politics," with Fr. Tom Lynch of St. Augustine's Seminary (Toronto), Harry Kits of Citizens for Public Justice (Toronto), a rabbi whose name I never did catch ("sorry"), and "Yours Truly" of the Work Research Foundation (Hamilton).
Go see it to count how many double-chins I have (it really is time to get back to the gym!).
(Cross-posted from Burkean Canuck).
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John Robson is, perhaps Mark Steyn aside, the cleverest Canadian commentator. But he is a Longhorn and that might just annoy us Trojans.
Posted by: Mark Collins | 2005-10-29 5:05:07 PM
If you allow me I shall use this section to comment on Bejing's forced abortion campaign and Canada policy (article above).
Having read about China's misery at the beginning of the 20th century with Lucien Bodard, I could in a strict humanistic way understand China policy.
The rate of growth of population would not allow any economic growth. I do think however that they are very wrong. Like many Canadians today, they are putting the plow in front of the bulls!
We keep hearing that the problem is economy. No it is not. The problem is truly spiritual. Why? Well one may work all his life and be a millionaire, will that prevent him from dying? Will he be able to carry his money in his tumb?
China is persecuting Christians. Taiwan is not. Is Taiwan doing forced abortions? Not to my knowing. Is Taiwan prosperous? You bet. China should learn from Taiwan. China has undergone many revolutions. They still need another one. It is the spiritual revolution. This will bring them prosperity and freedom.
Posted by: Rémi houle | 2005-10-29 6:50:22 PM
John Robson's website:
And that of his spousal unit:
Posted by: Mark Collins | 2005-10-29 7:05:41 PM
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