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Satanists show support for Planned Parenthood which harvests baby parts

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice Hail Satan, Satanists, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 24, 2015 by saynsumthn

The Satanic Temple of Detroit counter demonstrated against pro-lifers who gathered nationwide outside Planned Parenthood Saturday pouring milk symbolically over women bound by religious clerics.

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Pro-lifer Lynn Mills who was praying outside Planned Parenthood in Detroit videoed the Satanist theatrical group who came to the abortion clinic toting a dozen gallons of milk.

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“One held a sign, two were dressed as priests. Two women got on their knees with their hands tied in front of them and two others poured the milk onto the women kneeling down,” she observed.

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Mills said after they left their event, the Satanists went to another Planned Parenthood facility where lots of pro-lifers gathered in Ferndale.

A simple search on youtube show that the Satanic Temple, political theater had uploaded their own video.

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The YouTube post is receiving attention from abortion advocates supporting the devilish act.

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The timing of the Satanists support of Planned Parenthood comes after the Center fort Medical Progress released a video showing a former StemExpress employee recounting how she was asked to cut through the face of a baby whose heart was still beating in order to procure the child’s brain tissue at a Planned Parenthood facility.

Dismembering babies and then chopping them up for body parts appears is in line with the dark and evil beliefs of modern day Satanists.

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The footage shows the devil worshipers displaying the US Flag with the Satanist symbol in the center.

The Satanists carried signs that read, “America is not a theocracy. End forced motherhood.”

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The Satanists recited a mocking chant of, “Hail Mary full of grace.”

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Mills said that having Satanists show up supporting Planned Parenthood after they were exposed selling aborted baby body parts cannot be good for them.

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“This is what the Satanists were symbolizing, the fertility, the pregnancy, the end of the pregnancy with the sacrifice to Satan. It’s as if the Satanists were saying ‘we support Planned Parenthood because they end the lives of babies and that’s our goal.'”

“Satan is the happiest when babies are dying,” she added.

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“Planned Parenthood should be furious they were out there doing this. It will be seen as another hit against them and how they are perceived,” she said.

Watch the Satanic Temple video below:

Satanists nationwide have been embraced by the abortion movement.

Earlier this year a Planned Parenthood supporter was removed from a council meeting for disrupting the assembly and yelled “hail Satan” as police escorted him out of the room.

A sign posted on Twitter last year read, “Hail Satan abort everyone” (read here.) While in another part of the country, a pro-choicer left an abortion clinics using the devilish chant. (read here.)

Not long ago, a group of Satanists shocked America after gathering in the Texas capital chanting “Hail Satan” in opposition to pro-life legislation later passed by the state. The HB2 law has been credited for closing a number of abortion clinics in the state and was opposed by the radical pro-choice Senator, Wendy Davis who later ran a lost bid for Governor.

In addition to the Satanist group, the anarchist and communist abortion rights group Stop Patriarchy also vowed to counter demonstrate pro-life activists the same weekend.

More here.

WWYD? Boy tells pregnant girlfriend she must get abortion

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , on December 5, 2014 by saynsumthn

The TV show What Would You Do has produced an episode of a pregnant women being forced by her boyfriend to have an abortion.

The show uses actors to portray real life circumstances to see how the public would react.

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The interchange occurs inside a restaurant geared for the patrons to overhear the argument to catch their reactions on camera.

In the scenario, the pregnant actor tells her pretend boyfriend she is pregnant.

He gets irritated, accuses her of sleeping around and tells her she has to have an abortion, “You’re ending this pregnancy or I’m ending this relationship,” he insists.

As she sticks to her decision to not have an abortion, the actor playing her boyfriend abandons her in the restaurant and storms out.

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A table of girls seated by the couple offers the crying pregnant teen a ride home telling her, “He’s not worth it….you should keep the baby.”

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As they reset and do the act again, the patrons appear uncomfortable, “How’d you want me to responds yeah, I’m a daddy now?” the young man says loudly, “You wanna keep this baby? I’m going to show you how to be alone, this is what it feels like,” he says as he storms out of the building.

The pregnant actor sits alone crying until one man goes over to ask if the young pregnant woman is okay and needs a ride, “You don’t deserve that, you know,” he tells her.

She is invited to join he and his mom at their table where she tells them she is 16 and doesn’t want an abortion. Although the man’s mother tells her it will be hard to keep a baby at that age, the sympathetic man intervenes and says, “You don’t know that,” in an effort to be more comforting.

What Would You Do if you overheard this conversation in a public place?

Watch the show:

Mother to sue pro-lifers after her pro-choice daughter attacked them

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, Pro-choice People, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 28, 2014 by saynsumthn

The mother of a pro-choicer who violently attacked members of the pro-life group Created Equal says she plans to file a civil lawsuit for emotional distress.

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According to ABC6, Anairis Carter claims that her daughter, Victoria Duran(the attacker),is being harassed after a video documenting the attack viral.

The attack began as members of Created Equal peacefully displayed abortion victim images on the street.

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Duran is seen hitting Created Equal’s camera and kicking down their signs.

But Duran’s mother claims she is Autistic and that’s why she attacked the group.

Watch the video: Warning- very graphic language !!

It irritates me that they are trying to make themselves be victims when they are hardly that if you’re a victim you don’t sensationalize it,” said Carter.

Carter says her daughter has been harassed at work. The family installed a home protection system. “On top of emotional distress all the excess things that have to do that have come out of pocket for me to be able to protect my children because of what the’ve done.” said Carter.

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The pro-choice attacker was recently ordered by a court to pay restitution to pro-lifers.

Seth Drayer, one of the members who was attacked was stunned when he found out about the lawsuit, responding, “She attacked us. And now her mother is planning to sue us?”

Pro-lifers are encouraged to video their events due to the highly violent atmosphere of the pro-choice community. Pro-lifers are often attacked and the only evidence they can provide is video, oftentimes.

This blogger was also stunned to hear of this lawsuit.

I have one thing to ask this mother: if you do not want your daughter’s story to “go viral” why would you file a lawsuit and do a public TV interview and the sensationalize it ? I have an idea- how about telling your daughter to not attack or HARASS others !

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A press release just released by Created Equal’s president Mark Harrington responds to the mother’s accusations:

Since the attack several accusations have been laid against Created Equal by the attacker’s mother cumulating in an appearance on Columbus TV station ABC6/FOX28 yesterday. One of the accusations was that Seth was not pushed into a city bus. Last night Created Equal released additional video to refute this accusation.

Watch the additional attack video.

Other accusations include:

Accusation #1 – Created Equal caused “emotional distress” by releasing the video.

Answer The intentional infliction of emotional distress must meet certain criteria. The behavior must be considered extreme, dangerous, and reckless. By releasing the video, Created Equal’s intention was not to inflict emotional distress but to inform the public of the constant threat of violence we face when we conduct outreach in the public square. Because of the nature of the internet, we have no control over a video once it is posted online. Bringing a lawsuit against us for something we have no control over would be considered frivolous.

Accusation # 2 – Created Equal is accused of inciting others to harass the attacker. Reportedly, individuals acting alone contacted the attacker at her place of business and home.

Answer – CCreated Equal forgives the attacker and in no way condones people acting towards this young woman in an uncivilized manner. However, we cannot control the actions of others. Blaming peaceful pro-lifers for inappropriate actions of others is like blaming the non-violent activism of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for the violent actions of the Black Panthers.

Accusation # 3 – Created Equal never attempted to contact the attacker and did not drop the charges.

Answer A temporary restraining order (which we did not seek) was placed on the attacker keeping us from contacting her. We communicated to the prosecutor our willingness to drop the charges if the attacker would apologize. The charges were dropped and an apology was never provided. In fact, the mother defended her pro-abortion position and wrote on our Facebook page that her daughter would never apologize (see the mother’s comments HERE).

Accusation # 4 – The attacker is autistic and incapable of controlling herself because she was repeatedly asked to take information from our interns.

Answer: Apparently, the attacker had been diagnosed 25 years ago as autistic. We understand the need for a parent to desire to protect her children; however, if she is still suffering to this extent from autism her reactions to our display show she needs to be supervised.
Finally, we are disappointed that we never got the opportunity to meet with the attacker. We had hoped to share with her that we had no ill will towards her and forgive her for the incident. Sadly that opportunity never took place. The good news is we got a tacit admission of guilt by the restitution and the young lady does not have this on her record.

Unbelievable: pro-choice woman says it’s her choice to kill a baby at birth

Posted in Infanticide, NARAL, pro-choice, Pro-choice People, Pro-choice Spin with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 22, 2014 by saynsumthn

Created Equal has uploaded a video clip showing Director of Training Seth Drayer speaking to an abortion advocate at the NARAL Cincinnati Stand up for Abortion Access Rally.

The woman is using the “My body – my choice” argument,” so Seth points out that the baby is not part of the woman’s body.

The pro-choicer asks if the umbilical cord attached to the baby is part of her body- implying that the baby is not a separate person.

Seth points out that when his wife gave birth- their baby was still attached by the umbilical cord even though the baby was clearly outside the womb.

Her reply is stunning: watch:

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She fails to recognize that Kermit Gosnell was actually sentenced to prison for after birth abortions.

Killing Newborns and born infants- not a new idea from the pro-abortion gangs see here.

Has this actually happened? Yes- see here.

National Organization for Women Criticized for Silence on Rape and Murder of Iraq Women

Posted in Christian, Christian Martyrs, Islam, NOW, persecution, pro-choice, Pro-choice Logic with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 14, 2014 by saynsumthn

Mahoney outside NOW Iraq Christian womenA Christian Pastor and his wife are challenging the National Organization for Women to join their efforts in condemning the violence against women and children in Iraq.

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Rev. Pat Mahoney, Director of the Christian Defense Coalition and his wife Katie Mahoney have announced that they will be organizing in front of the headquarters for the National Organization for Women (NOW) in New York, Friday August 15th.

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Pat Mahoney explains, “It is very troubling that the National Organization for Women, and other American feminist groups, have not passionately spoken out against the brutality against the women of Iraq. Quite frankly, this is an outrage.”

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The couple state in their event post, “in Iraq, we are seeing an unprecedented attack on women. The terror group, ISIS, is kidnapping women. Raping them. Beating them. Mutilating them. Forcing them into human slavery and sex trafficking.

The modern world has rarely seen such barbaric and violent attacks against the dignity of women.

The actions of ISIS, represent a picture of “The Real War on Women.”

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Tragically, when women around the around need to stand up and boldly condemn such barbarism and violence against their sisters, the voice of American feminism has been virtually silent. Groups like the National Organization for Women, have been AWOL in this global struggle for women’s rights.

To make matters worse, they have demeaned and cheapened the plight of the women of Iraq by using the term “War on Women,” to describe companies not providing abortion-inducing drugs and contraceptives in health coverage, rather than the violence being committed by ISIS.

In response to this outrage, women leaders are gathering outside of the New York City Headquarters of the National Organization for Women challenging them to be a loud passionate voice for the women of Iraq and asking, “Where have they been?” and “Why they haven’t gotten involved.”

We invite all women of good will who are committed to human rights and ending violence against women to join us on Friday, August 15, at 12:00 P.M.in front of the headquarters of the National Organization for Women in New York City.

“Violence against women is an appalling human rights violation. But it is not inevitable. We can put a stop to this”.- Nicole Kidman.”

Katie _1343238167640069732_oKatie Mahoney, another organizer of the event made this point on the hypocrisy of NOW, “Perhaps if ISIS had just denied Iraqi women contraceptives or abortion inducing drugs instead of raping and brutalizing them, the National Organization for Women might be more inclined to speak out and become engaged.”

Pro-choice group Stop Patriarchy supports abortion for bi-racial babies

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice People, Stop Patriarchy with tags , , , , on August 11, 2014 by saynsumthn

Pro-choice groups do NOT “Trust Women” to protest in support of abortion

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice People, Stop Patriarchy with tags , , , , , , , on August 11, 2014 by saynsumthn

10552544_902093519804740_6233203439149508867_nFollowing my blog post about the recent infighting within pro-choice camp, specifically the fighting between pro-choice leaders in Texas with the pro-abortion group Stop Patriarchy, I came upon a blog which accuses these groups of not being “Trusting of Women.”

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The blog post was written by pro-choice activist Mary Lou Singleton.

She is alerting her feminist audience on how she was warned to stay away from the pro-choice group Stop Patriarchy.

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What was interesting is how Singleton describes her pro-choice advisers including Planned Parenthood.

Singleton makes it clear that these groups do not “Trust Women” to exercise their own opinions about abortion and that “choice” is not what they are about.

Singleton paints a picture of choice Nazis who wanted to control what “women say” , “think” , and “do”.

The pro-choice feminist writes, “When it became clear that we were proceeding with the rally against their will, they began working very hard to gain control of the rally. At every planning meeting, a representative from the professional pro-choice coalition showed up to tell us what we could and couldn’t say. They grew more and more exasperated with us as we repeatedly told them we would take their recommendations under advisement but we weren’t relinquishing control of the event to them. Momentum for the rally grew very quickly, and it was clear that the coalition would be forced to participate in an event that did not follow their standard talking points and public event guidelines. Without prior knowledge of these talking points and guidelines, my friend and I did not realize that we were “going rogue.” We were acting out of our belief that the women of our town and their health care providers were under attack and we had a moral imperative to do something about it.

Let me give you a brief list of what we were told by the mainstream pro-choice leadership not to say at our rally.

1. The word abortion. It was explained to us in painfully convoluted detail that we needed to talk about abortion without actually using the word abortion. Acceptable phrases were: “choice”; “safe, legal, rare”; “it’s complicated”; and “difficult but personal decision.”

2. Terrorism. We were told that this word had been so badly abused by the Bush administration, that any use of it would be damaging to the Islamic community… In fact, we were told to just ignore Operation Rescue and its affiliates and not draw any attention to their presence in our town. We were also warned that our use of the word terrorism would be publicly denounced as “Islamophobia,” even though the groups we were naming as domestic terrorists were universally Christian and/or Catholic and primarily white.

3. Patriarchy. I will never forget the sign-making party for the rally where a representative from Planned Parenthood came to tell us what slogans we should and should not use. At one point she dropped her script and said, “I know it’s hard, but these are the messages that work. There are so many things I wish I could say. I wish I could talk publicly about the patriarchy.”

End Singleton !

Kinda eye opening that the slogan “Trust Women” only applies to certain spokespeople for the pro-choice community! Just Sayn.

For more on this saga, follow the hashtags: #IfYouAskTX #stoppatriarchy #fuckstoppatriarchy