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March for Life and March for Women - which one caught our media's eye?

This timelapse video tells a remarkable story about the March for Life held in Washington DC over the weekend.

And this magnificent speech from Ben Shapiro should give us all a very good reason to sit and ponder the wonder and pricelessness of humanity.

 

I am in awe of Shapiro's moral clarity on this issue - and the courage that accompanies his convictions.

Our media's coverage of the two events proves his observation about Western society losing its way.

Did you hear about the scale of the march or the power of what was said there in the mainstream outlets?

Nor did I.

Our media only had eyes for one march this weekend both here and in the United States.

Their low-rent focus was on this.

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That photo is from the Sydney Women's March.

What an uplifting sentiment.

I've just visited their ABC's news pages.

Here's the result for March for Life.

Zero.  Nothing.  No coverage.

The search page fills with articles for the Women's March.

Here are just a few of the ABC's stories.

I'm with Ben Shapiro on this one.

 

  • Thousands attend Sydney Women's March

    Duration: 1 minute 10 seconds

    Thousands of people have attended iterations of the Women'sMarch around Australia, with Sydney marchers congregating in Hyde Park.

    /NEWS
  • Women's marches across Australia focus on Aiia Maasarwe's alleged rape and murder

    The alleged rape and murder of Arab Israeli exchange student Aiia Maasarwe — along with domestic violence and women'sequality — is a key focus of thousands of protesters who turned out for women's marches across the country.

    /NEWS2minutes read
  • Thousands attend Women's March across the US

    Duration: 47 seconds

    Thousands of people have braced cold weather to attend The Women's March in Washington DC and other cities across America.

    /NEWS
  • Women's March returns to US cities to maintain pressure against President Trump

    Women have marched in hundreds of US cities to mark the second anniversary of the demonstrations that took place the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration.

    /NEWS2minutes read

 

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