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Disturbing abortion for holidays satire vid not funny at all !

Posted in Abortion Video with tags , , , , on December 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

A satire video uploaded to YouTube promoting having an abortion for the holidays is disturbing.

The PowToon created vid begins, “Dead babies R us, black Friday abortions are getting into gear, Abortion savings up to 50% off.”

And implies that you need to enjoy the Holidays with you friends and family but without babies !

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No abortion is the same- so the satire offers different abortion packages, which includes half priced abortion pills where you can abort a baby in the “comfort of your own home.”

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If you want to have a clinic abortion- the satire vid says “No problem we have your back,” offering $100.00 abortions.

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And….some are even cheaper:

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Twins or triplets? They have the solution:

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First 10 people get complimentary birth control pills:

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All you have to do is call 1-800-Bad-Baby:

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Sadly, this satire video on abortion has some truth-abortion clinics have offered holiday coupons and they do entice women to kill their children with clever sounding marketing schemes.

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But- joking around about the killing of children in the womb is not funny in fact – this video is pretty disturbing to say the least.

The impact of seeing abortion victim images from Created Equal

Posted in Abortion Victim Images, Abortion Video, Created Equal, Graphic Images, Media Bias, Pro-choice Logic with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 22, 2014 by saynsumthn

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A group put together by Chasing New Jersey, a news broadcast which airs on Fox29 Philly, reveals the impact that showing graphic abortion images has on those never exposed to the truth of what killing babies in the womb looks like.

In the film, young people watch a video of an abortion shown publicly on a jumbotron by the pro-life group, Created Equal, recently in Philadelphia at the Liberty Bell Mall.

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The responses are very telling for those who criticize abortion imagery !

Several viewers turn their heads and some gasp.

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Others hide their eyes.

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One is heard saying, “Wow! Graphic!

Another viewer: “Disturbing!”

Another, “Difficult!”

The host says, “that is as quiet as this room has ever been.”

A women responds, “there’s’ nothing to say, it’s absolutely heartbreaking.”

The group debates whether showing these images and videos in a public venue is good. Some say yes others no – some think it is only a free speech issue – others want it banned.

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The over-all effect of what Created Equal did by showing these abortion images can be summarized by this viewer who said, “Regardless of how you feel on the issue, if their goal was to get you to invoke these emotions, then these visual images for the word abortion – then they did a great job. I’m never going to forget that for the rest of my life.”

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The use of abortion victim imagery is debated among pro-life people. However, pro-choicers are scared of it.

carol-costello-CNN portrait-left-teaseThis week, CNN Journalist Carol Costello who anchors the 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. ET edition of CNN’s “Newsroom” each weekday, asked why women who have abortions aren’t using extreme methods like these to promote abortion?

“Abortion rights activists have told me that such “extremist tactics” have been an effective tool of the anti-abortion side of the debate for decades. If the group, Created Equal, can project bloody, allegedly aborted fetuses on a 10-by-12-foot screen next to Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell to try and prove that abortion is murder, then why shouldn’t women who have abortions use extreme methods to try and prove it’s not,” Costello stated.

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Sherry Merfish founder of the Not Alone project, an abortion effort to encourage women to share stories of killing their children without regret, suggested that women telling their abortion story will keep people from thinking about the “proverbial bloody fetus.”

“We’re not saying that every person will make a video, but the ones who do will offer encouragement to other people to tell their story. By telling your story to anyone, you are combating the stigma. You are eradicating stigma as a woman who is open about her life and instructs others to do the same. So that the next time someone says the word ‘abortion,’ the hope is that that person you told won’t think about the proverbial bloody fetus, they instead will think about you: a person who they love and respect and made this decision,” Merfish stated.

While the pro-life community continues to debate using abortion victim images, it would appear that the pro-choice community knows their impact is working, just say’n !

Baby in sac – shows humanity of unborn child !

Posted in Abortion Video, Video with tags , , on October 6, 2014 by saynsumthn

Several vids now on YouTube and Facebook claim they are showing an abortion – but cannot be verified. Whatever the case, some of these vids show the unborn child is alive and moving which clearly show the humanity of the unborn child.

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Unborn Child Fights for Life (Graphic)

Posted in Abortion Video with tags , , on June 11, 2014 by saynsumthn

Do ot know the origin of this vid but the humanity of the unborn child is irrefutable !

It first made its round on facebook and now someone has uploaded it to YouTube- it could be an abortion – just do not have the documented background.

Obvious Child: Ironic name for an Abortion Comedy !

Posted in Abortion in the news, Abortion Sacred, Abortion Video, Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood and Hollywood with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 6, 2014 by saynsumthn

Obvious Child is a comedy which breaks taboos when the star of the film deals with an unexpected pregnancy and decides to have an abortion. The pro-choice community is praising the film and seem to be as excited about Obvious Child as they were when Emily Letts filmed her own abortion.

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According to Entertainment Weekly , “In the indie flick Obvious Child, Jenny Slate plays Donna, a Brooklyn-based standup comic who is unexpectedly dumped by her long-time boyfriend (Paul Briganti). What’s a sad twenty-something to do? Head to the bar to pound beers with a bestie (the Saturday Night Live alum’s real-life best friend Gabe Liedman) and end up in the arms of a sweet stranger (The Office regular Jake Lacy) in a one-night stand, obviously. But what happens next — spoiler alert! — isn’t exactly traditional rom-com material. Donna loses her job, finds out she’s pregnant, and speedily makes an appointment for an abortion, which just happens to fall on Valentine’s Day.

Writing for Slate, Dana Stevens describes it this way, “Donna deduces she’s pregnant even before taking a drugstore test with her roomie. There was a condom on the premises that night, she insists—she’s just not sure exactly where it ended up, and when. The rest of Obvious Child doesn’t center around the question of whether or not Donna will have an abortion—she goes straight to Planned Parenthood to schedule one, though she’s still so early on she has to wait two more weeks—but whether or not, and how, she’ll tell Max. As a one-night stand (who seems willing, despite Donna’s dithering, to be more than that if she wants), does he have the right to know? What if he asks to come along? Who, if anyone, will help Donna pay for the procedure, given that she has no health insurance and the cost represents almost one month of her rent? (This last question is, disappointingly, elided in a movie that’s candid about so much else.)

The filmmakers in promoting Obvious Child write, “For aspiring comedian Donna Stern, everyday life as a female twenty-something provides ample material for her hysterical and relatable brand of humor. On stage, Donna is unapologetically herself, joking about topics as intimate as her sex life and as crude as her day-old underwear. But when Donna winds up unexpectedly pregnant after a one-night stand, she is forced to face the uncomfortable realities of independent womanhood for the first time.”

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That uncomfortable reality is an abortion and feminists and abortion enthusiasts are applauding the film.

A Feministing Blog writer says this, “Obvious Child is a huge breath of fresh air. Cultural depictions of abortion are not generally the greatest, often feeding into stigma or myths. Obvious Child provides an honest look of the choices available to women when facing an unplanned pregnancy.”

Another Feministing reviewer goes further, “In Obvious Child, Donna is not the only character who has had an abortion. In fact, she’s one of three women who talk about their abortions during the film. This might just be more than any other movie–and is much more realistic given that 3 in 10 American women will have an abortion in their lifetime.

“In a scene so familiar it feels like it could happen on your own couch, Donna’s best friend Nellie (played by Gabby Hoffman) describes her own abortion. She shares that the abortion wasn’t bad–it didn’t hurt and that the procedure itself lasted five minutes. This was not only a realistic portrayal of female friendship, but an unusually accurate portrayal of abortion (unlike most portrayals of abortion on film). Nellie also shares that although she thinks about her abortion from time to time, she doesn’t regret it. The weight and significance of this moment are palpable. When was the last time you saw two women talking on screen about their abortions so directly and honestly, without euphemisms, and without mentioning abortion as a polarizing political issue?

“This connection around personal experience happens not once but twice in the film. Donna goes to her mother looking for support after not being able to figure out how to tell the guy she slept with that she’s pregnant. We’ve seen Donna and her mother’s tense relationship throughout the film—we don’t know whether her mom will be caring or dismissive. It turns out that Donna’s mom too has had an abortion, and shares her experience with her daughter. A moment that could’ve been filled with judgment and disappointment is instead filled with heartfelt empathy and support. I wish I could peer into the minds of American filmgoers as they see these women talk so openly and honestly about their abortions, breaking the stereotype that there’s only one type of person who has an abortion.

Abortion giant Planned Parenthood tweeted this pic of the Obvious Child panelists including Fox News Contributor Sally Kohn, film star Jenny Slate, and Planned Parenthood VP Dawn Laguens:

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MovieWebb praises the film, “Anchored by a breakout performance from Jenny Slate, Obvious Child is a winning discovery, packed tight with raw, energetic comedy and moments of poignant human honesty. Writer/Director Gillian Robespierre handles the topic of Donna’s unwanted pregnancy with a refreshing matter-of-factness rarely seen onscreen. And with Donna, Jenny Slate and Robespierre have crafted a character for the ages – a female audiences will recognize, cheer for, and love.”

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Lia Beck who claims she is a former employee of a Planned Parenthood has posted this analysis of the scene where Slate has her abortion, “When Slate’s character Donna first visits Planned Parenthood after finding out she’s pregnant from a one-night stand, she meets with a doctor who estimates how far along she is in her pregnancy using her missed period and emphasizes the fact that she can speak to Donna about her options. Donna replies that she’s thought about it and has made her decision. This scene rang very true to me. I wasn’t a nurse, but often answered phone calls that ranged from women who knew exactly what they wanted to women who wanted to learn every detail of every type of procedure, get information on adoption, and talk about the possibility of scheduling an ultrasound. It’s not about forcing someone to talk about their options, just about making sure their comfortable with everything every step of the way.

“At the end of the movie, when Donna returns to the clinic, everything from the way the reception area looked to the way the area where women rest following their abortion was on point. For anyone who sees the film and has doubts, there really is a room where everyone sits on comfy lounge chairs following their procedures. In that scene, it was like Donna had an anonymity which is definitely the case at Planned Parenthood. Even though we learn so much about Donna, in that moment she was in the same situation as all the other women from all different walks of life. (Also, yes, it’s true that the ones who use sedation can be a little loopy.)…The abortion itself was just presented as though it were any day and any person.”

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Obvious Child was released June 6th, 2014 and stars Jenny Slate, Jake Lacy, Gaby Hoffmann, Gabe Liedman, David Cross, Richard Kind, Polly Draper, Paul Briganti. The film is directed by Gillian Robespierre.

Robespierre shares:

“We weren’t sure how an abortion comedy would work out… [But] I think, what Jenny did was really capture that feeling of feeling lost and learning how to grow from that experience.

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Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards also praises the director and tweets, “Director @GillianHardG on the inspiration for @ObviousChildMov, “a buoyant love story that begins with an abortion

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Planned Parenthood should know what the film is about, after all they received a private screening.

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I was just looking to play a woman that was recognizable to me, and I wasn’t finding a lot of that in the comedies I was watching and enjoying,” shares Slate. “We don’t exist in a world anymore where women have to hide that they have periods, or use the bathroom, or sometimes have to go and get abortions.”

Obvious Child opens in theaters June 6, 2014.

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Secret orientation tape released from late term abortion doc George Tiller

Posted in Abortion Video, Late term abortion, Tiller with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 4, 2014 by saynsumthn

In June of 2006, Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, unveiled a secret orientation tape created by notorious late term abortionist George Tiller.

In this episode of Life Talk, Crutcher interviews Operation Rescue President, Troy Newman, regarding Tiller’s cold and calculating demeanor in the tape.

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The late abortion doctor admits on camera, that he has performed over 60,000 “terminations of pregnancy” with his expertise in “late term pregnancies.”

Throughout the tape, Tiller repeats, “the woman is the patient, the fetus is the problem” in an attempt to rationalize the killing and shifting the blame over to the woman.

Tiller called his method of killing babies through all nine months, “premature delivery of a small stillborn under twilight anesthesia…

On May 31, 2009, Tiller was shot and killed at the Wichita, Kans., church where he was an usher.

Life Talk is a monthly TV show produced by Life Dynamics Inc, http://www.LifeTalkTV.com.

World Health Org (WHO) library contains an abortion on video (Warning Graphic Images)

Posted in Abortion Training, Abortion Video, World Health Association with tags , , , on June 2, 2014 by saynsumthn

WHO Logo WHO stands for the World Health Organization. A recent glance on YouTube has uncovered a video provided by WHO giving step by step instructions for performing an abortion.

WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.

The Reproductive Health Library is a division of the World Health Organization (WHO). This “library” contains an abortion vid.

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In the RHL library you will find a teaching video titled: Termination of pregnancy with the manual vacuum aspirator. This video demonstrates the technique of termination of early pregnancy with the manual vacuum aspirator.

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The video is graphic and you must sign in to watch it. It begins with a demonstration and explanation of each instrument that will be uses in the abortion procedure.

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Then the video moves on to go through each step of the abortion including an ultrasound of the “fetus”:

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As this early abortion comes to an end, what WHO fails to do in the film, is to show what was removed by the aspirator.

What is disturbing is that this UN organization refers to the unborn child as “contents” and “products.” I guess you have to dehumanize a child to be able to kill one.

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You can watch the video your self here:


According to the GAO, The United States is a key participant in WHO’s governing bodies and the largest donor to WHO, contributing about $219 million, or 22 percent, to WHO’s regular, assessed budget for 2010 and 2011,
as well as more than $475 million, or about 16 percent, to WHO’s voluntary budge.

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