Here it is.
Due to a fundamental philosophical difference the OTF has decided to rescind the grant. This means we received funding for one year’s operation but will not receive further funding for the second year.Hilarious, yes?
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One particular blog has been making false allegations regarding our Centre and is taking credit for the rescinding of the OTF grant. This same group has been making allegations against other Pregnancy Centre’s [sic] in Canada.
They claim to have "fundamental philosophical difference" with the once and future (?) major granting organization, but throw "false allegations" at a wee (unnamed) blogger.
The CPC in question seems to have set a stalking horse on us in the person of commenter and self-proclaimed videographer Nathan Colquhoun who takes issue with my post about inappropriate medical equipment at the Lambton outfit here and here.
He claims to have no dog in this fight but his profile shows him to be some kinda xian pastor.
Are they laying the groundwork to sue us?
In its blogpost the Lambton Liars refer to a paper supposedly refuting Joyce Arthur's damning report "Exposing Crisis Pregnancy Centres in BC".
When a couple of those fake BC clinics tried to sue Joyce for defamation over her report, it did not end well for them.
Lambton CPC's argument, of course, should be with the Ontario Trillium Foundation, not moi.
But, hey, this is totally typical behaviour for bullying liars. Take on the small fry while kissing the big kahuna's ass.
What I find mysterious -- and OTF must find relaxing, at least for the moment -- is the total disinterest by mainstream media over what seems to me (ahem) to be a fairly Big Story.
Major Grant Foundation (All But) Admits Error in Funding Prolife Liars!
OK, that's probably not the headline they'd go with -- but that's the story.
Stay tuned. . .
UPDATE: The Sarnia Observer reports. It seems that OTF doesn't have a problem with fake clinics as such but rather a particular problem with Canadian Association of Pregnancy Support Services (CAPPS). That's a Christian (the "C" used to represent Christian) umbrella organization with 70 fake clinic members across Canada. Good enough for me. For now.