Pro-Life Billboard: Toys Will Have Fewer Kids This Christmas

International   Steven Ertelt   Dec 20, 2011   |   4:22PM    Washington, DC

A billboard a Canadian pro-life group has paid for has a Toy Story-themed messages that will surely resonate with area residents when it comes to the issue of abortion.

Using the message “Some toys will have fewer children to play with this year,” Niagra Region Right to Life’s billboard focuses on Christmas from a toy soldier’s perspective — who won’t have any children to play with him this year because they have become victims of abortion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Niagra Region Right to Life operates in Toronto, Ontario Canada.and has as its primary aim “the dissemination of public information on the core human rights of our time.”

“The harm that abortion inflicts on women and their families is incalculable. Its coarsening of politics and civic life is undeniable. Census reports from across the globe illustrate the pernicious economic effects of unfettered abortion, threatening the viability of many nations including Canada,” the pro-life group says. “It’s a tough uphill struggle to stem the anti-life tide but your support makes it possible to continue our outreach
to the public including young people.”

“Niagara Region Right to Life uses all the modern technological means available to get the pro-life message across-whether radio, television, billboards, writing contests, DVDs, film-making and power-point presentations, and an Internet presence,” the pro-life organization says.