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Repro Rights = Anti-Christian Mockery Outside Abortion Clinic

Posted in Anti-Christ, anti-immigration, Pro-choice mocking, Pro-choice People with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 10, 2014 by saynsumthn

A video of pro-choice abortion advocates outside an abortion clinic in Cleveland where a woman was killed after her abortion is going viral.

It shows mean reproductive rights advocates harassing peaceful praying pro-lifers.

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Where is Obama on Christian Pastor About to be Executed?

Posted in Anti-Christ, Anti-Christian Bigotry, Islam, Obama with tags , , , , , , on September 29, 2011 by saynsumthn

Just days after Iran released two Americans accused of spying in Iran, an Iranian court has upheld the apostasy conviction and execution sentence of Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani. The 11th branch of Iran’s Gilan Provincial Court has determined that Pastor Nadarkhani has Islamic ancestry and therefore must recant his faith in Jesus Christ. Iran’s supreme court had previously ruled that the trial court must determine if Pastor Youcef had been a Muslim before converting to Christianity.

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When President Obama came into office, we were assured that our relationship with Islamic nations would improve. Islam is really a religion of peace. He said the following in his remarks to the Muslim world, delivered on June 4, 2009 in Egypt.

“I have come here to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world; one based upon mutual interest and mutual respect; and one based upon the truth that America and Islam are not exclusive, and need not be in competition. Instead, they overlap, and share common principles – principles of justice and progress; tolerance and the dignity of all human beings. . . . And throughout history, Islam has demonstrated through words and deeds the possibilities of religious tolerance and racial equality.”

So where is he as a Christian pastor is about to be executed in Iran because he is a Christian? Where are the media? When three American hikers were tried and imprisoned, they became causes célèbres in the media until they were just recently released.

Anti-Christian Bigotry? Apple pulled Christian App

Posted in Abortion, Anti-Christ, Anti-Christian Bigotry, Christian, homosexuality, Religion with tags , , , , on December 2, 2010 by saynsumthn

In December of 2010, Citizen Link is reported , that the three primary drafters of the Manhattan Declaration have sent a letter to Steve Jobs at Apple asking that its app be reinstated to the company’s iTunes and iPhone application store. The app offered users the ability to read the Manhattan Declaration and sign it on their iPhones and iPads.

That letter, sent on Monday, as well as numerous attempts to have a dialogue with Jobs via phone, have been ignored. The letter also was signed by Princeton University Professor Dr. Robert George and Beeson Divinity School Dean Dr. Timothy George.

Now, leaders are asking its supporters to get involved and pressure Jobs and Apple to reinstate the Christian app. (petition Here)

Despite having approved and posted the Manhattan Declaration app on its online store in October – and giving the app a 4+ rating for “no objectionable content” – Apple quietly pulled the app from its site over the Thanksgiving weekend. A public relations representative from Apple told CitizenLink that the app violated Apple’s developer guidelines by being “offensive to large groups of people.”

More than 478,000 Christian clergy, ministry leaders, scholars and the public have signed the statement since it was made available on Nov. 20, 2009.

The 4,732-word statement affirms the sanctity of human life, marriage as defined by the union of one man and one woman, and religious liberty and freedom of conscience.

Chuck Colson, who helped to write the declaration, said: “With 300,000-plus available apps, it is surprising to us that there couldn’t continue to be an app focused on three views that millions of Americans have in common.

“In the spirit of civil public dialogue, we call on Apple to reinstate the Manhattan Declaration app and allow these issues to be debated in a reasoned and respectful manner.”

Manhattan Declaration spokeswoman Michelle Farmer told The Daily Caller that the statement and organization have never espoused any hateful rhetoric toward homosexuals or pro-choice advocates but that it does stand behind its belief and hopes that Jobs will listen to their concerns.

“We’re making the argument that if [Jobs] would take a look at the Manhattan Declaration himself, he’d see it’s not written with any rancor. It’s written on a very even keel,” said Farmer. “It’s just appealing to things that people want to come together on, that millions of Americans agree on.”

Farmer said the app is aimed at other like-minded believers and called it a “shame that the detractors have attempted to paint the Manhattan Declaration and it’s supporters as hate mongers.”

The app itself includes a survey with four questions each worth 25 points:

1. Do you believe in the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman? Y or N
2. Do you believe in protecting life from the moment of conception? Y or N
3. Do you support same-sex relationships? Y or N
4. Do you support the right of choice regarding abortion? Y or N

After users take the survey, they can read the full declaration, sign it and pass it on to others. While the declaration itself calls homosexual and polyamorous relations “immoral conduct,” the section dealing with marriages simply calls the institution an “objective reality” according to the Christian
philosophical tradition.

There is no language to suggest that homosexual or pro-choice advocates should be physically, emotionally or psychologically assaulted, despite accusations that the app is “anti-gay,” “homo-hostile” and “anti-women.”

“There’s no name calling, no offensive rhetoric,” said Farmer. “It restates firmly, without any kind of animosity toward anybody, the central moral teachings of the catholic, orthodox and Evangelical traditions.”

Minister/Bus driver sues after firing for refusing to transport women to Planned Parenthood the nation’s largest eugenic founded abortion clinic

Posted in Abortion, Anti-Christ, Anti-Christian Bigotry, Church, Civil Rights, Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , on July 19, 2010 by saynsumthn

Bus driver says religious views led to firing
Steven Kreytak
Posted: 07/16/2010 7:48 PM

A former bus driver has sued the Capital Area Rural Transportation System, charging that the nine-county transit service discriminated against him based on his religion when he was fired for refusing to drive women to a Planned Parenthood clinic in January.

Edwin Graning, who was hired as a driver on April 1, 2009, was “concerned that he might be transporting a client to undergo an abortion” when he was assigned to take two women to Planned Parenthood, according to his lawsuit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Austin.

Graning is seeking reinstatement, back pay and undisclosed damages for pain, suffering and emotion distress. He is represented by lawyers from the American Center for Law & Justice, founded by evangelical Christian leader Pat Robertson.

Joanna Salinas, an Austin lawyer who represents the Capital Area Rural Transportation System, said, “CARTS denies that it discriminated against Mr. Graning because of his religion, and we are looking forward to responding to the lawsuit in court.”

The system, operated under an agreement among participating counties, offers bus service on fixed routes and through requested pickup for residents in the nonurban areas of Travis and Williamson counties and in all of Bastrop, Burnet, Blanco, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays and Lee counties.

After he was dispatched to take the women to Planned Parenthood in January, Graning called his supervisor “and told her that, in good conscience, he could not take someone to have an abortion,” his lawsuit said. The women’s names, their location and the clinic location were not included in the lawsuit. Planned Parenthood also provides health care services unrelated to abortion.

Graning, a Kyle resident, is “an ordained Christian minister who is opposed to abortion,” the lawsuit said.

His supervisor, who is not named, responded by saying, “Then you are resigning,” the suit said.

Graning denied he was resigning and was later told to drive his bus back to the yard and then was fired, the lawsuit said.

Graning’s suit claims violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

One of Graning’s lawyers, Thomas S. Brandon Jr. of Fort Worth, said the law requires the transportation system to make accommodate Graning’s religious beliefs unless it causes a “substantial financial hardship.”

“We understand that if someone is using a public service \u2026 they are entitled to go wherever without regard to a distinction on whether it is morally right or not,” Brandon said. “But Mr. Graning as a driver had a strong religious conviction about abortion.”

Julius “Jack” Getman , a labor law professor at the University of Texas School of Law, said the case could hinge on whether Graning had made it clear ahead of time that his religious views would prevent him from taking someone to an abortion.

“They (CARTS) may say he was not reasonable because ‘he sprung it on us and it is insubordination,’\u2009” Getman said. “They may be able to say that’s required in his job.”

Priests pray prayers of exorcism at abortion clinic

Posted in Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Anti-abortion, Anti-Christ, Anti-Christian Bigotry, Satanists with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 19, 2010 by saynsumthn

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FOX News Promots the Microchipping Of Alzheimer’s Patients

Posted in Anti-Christ, Microchip, Veri-Chip with tags , , , , , , , , on May 6, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Pastor and Off-duty Ventura cop who hosed an abortion protester will not face charges » Ventura County Star

Posted in Abortion, Anti-Christ, Church, Civil Rights, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 1, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Off-duty Ventura cop who hosed an abortion protester will not face charges
By Adam Foxman
Wednesday, March 31, 2010

No charges will be filed against a Ventura police officer accused of spraying an abortion protester with water during an off-duty confrontation outside his church, the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office announced today.

Cpl. Jon Hixson, 46, was cited on suspicion of battery after his fellow officers responded to a disturbance Sunday morning on a sidewalk outside First Assembly of God Church, 346 N. Kimball Road, police said. Hixson, a Santa Paula resident, is a parishioner at the church.

In a prepared statement, the District Attorney’s Office said the Ventura Police Department presented evidence that Hixson sprayed Todd Bullis of Ventura with water from a garden hose and spray bottles. Bullis is an anti-abortion activist who was protesting with several others in front of the church.

“While the spraying of water constituted a technical battery, no significant harm was done, and prosecution of a battery charge would not be a responsible use of public resources,” the district attorney said.

Bullis alleged Hixson sprayed him in the eyes with what he thought was vinegar from a spray bottle and then doused him with a garden hose. Bullis documented the incident in a 9-minute video he later posted on YouTube. The statement from the District Attorney’s Office did not mention vinegar.

Bullis and the others displayed large, graphic photographs of aborted fetuses in front of the church where parishioners, including children, could see them, prosecutors said.

Bullis said he didn’t have any particular gripes against First Assembly of God but was just trying to encourage all churches to invest more resources in the pro-life movement. He said he notified church leaders before the protest.

In e-mails today, Bullis, 47, called the district attorney’s decision an “abuse of prosecutorial discretion” and said he plans to sue Ventura police in federal court for violating his constitutional rights unless Hixson is suspended without pay and receives anger-management counseling.

Ventura police began an internal investigation and placed Hixson on administrative duties only. “The DA’s decision not to prosecute doesn’t have any impact on our administrative investigation,” said police Cmdr. Dave Wilson.

The investigation aims to determine if any department policies or procedures were violated by Hixson during the off-duty incident, Wilson said.
“Obviously the video is out there. We don’t condone that behavior,” he said.