Justin Bieber hasn’t made any public comments regarding the anti-abortion video his mother, Pattie Malette, recently executive produced, but if the whispers are to be believed, he’s not exactly thrilled about her getting so involved in such a controversial issue, especially since so many other less than flattering headlines have followed him around over the past few months.

According to The Chicago Sun-Times, those closest to Bieber are saying he’s at a point in his life in which he’s not overly comfortable talking about divisive issues that split his fanbase. He’s not interested in being one of those singers that come with an aggressive political agenda. He just wants the music to speak for itself.

Personally, I think this is a great decision from Bieber’s end. At his best, he cuts straight across the aisle in terms of income level and political ideology. His mother might want to push a very hardline Christian agenda, but the Biebs doing so wouldn’t really help his case, or even that of Christianity. If he really wants to convert people, the non-judgmental, positive attributes of God would work better anyway.

The anti-abortion film in question is entitled Crescendo, and it will play at various events across the country in 2013 with a stated goal of raising more than ten million dollars for anti-abortion centers. It’s unclear how successful that goal might be, but considering how passionate people are about the Roe v Wade debate, it should do at least fairly well with hardcore supporters.



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