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Pro-life man violently attacks pro-lifer in Rockford ILL

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , on August 20, 2012 by saynsumthn

In yet another incident of the increasing violence from liberal activists, an angry abortion supporting man spit at and threw a can of soda at a pro-life woman quietly praying the Rosary. He then came charging out of his car and ripped a pro-life sign out of her hands.

After the abortion supporter threw the pro-life sign, he charged a pro-life man who began filming the incident and struck him in the chest and spit on him as well.

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The violent and raving abortion supporter then drove off leaving a trail of obscenities behind him.

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This incident comes on the heels of another:

Man attacks 77 your old pro-lifer, destroys her graphic abortion sign

77 year old Donna Holman was holding a picture of an aborted baby near the abortion clinic, when a 25 year old man grabbed her sign and ran. She ran after him yelling “Thief! Thief!” He proceeded to destroy her sign when her husband came to her aid and subdued him. Police are called.

All comes on the heels of a Gunman who entered the Pro-Life Family Research Council attempting to shoot everyone in the building.

Powdery substance found in envelope at Pro-Life pregnancy crisis center

Posted in pro-choice violence, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2011 by saynsumthn

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WICHITA, Kansas – Police and FBI agents were on the scene of an east Wichita crisis pregnancy center after a powdery substance was found in an envelope by an employee Wednesday afternoon.

At least half a dozen women were in the Better Choices Women to Women building, in the 3000 block of E. Central when one of the employees opened an envelope. Inside was nothing more than a powdery substance. The woman contacted her supervisor who contacted the FBI.

McConnell Air Force Base officials also responded with their mobile decontamination unit to try and determine what the substance was.

It is not known who sent the envelope and where it might have come from.

No one was injured.

Bloody Sunday: Anti-abortion Kenya churches attacked with grenade: opposing NSSM200 eugenic abortions cost them!

Posted in Abortion, Anti-abortion, Kenya, NSSM200, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 14, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Kenyan churches blame gov’t for blasts at rally

Associated Press 6/14/2010

A group of anti-abortion Kenyan churches and Christian groups on Monday blamed Kenya’s government for involvement in two explosions that ripped through a packed rally protesting the country’s proposed constitution.

The accusation over Sunday evening’s attack could set a contentious tone between the groups supporting and opposing the draft constitution, which the country votes on in early August. The most divisive issue in the proposed constitution is on abortion, which the draft would allow to save the mother’s life.

Kenya’s president and prime minister support the new constitution, and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden urged Kenyans to embrace constitutional reform during a speech here last week. But prominent politicians and Kenya’s church community want the draft defeated because of its allowances for abortion and a clause that would recognize informal courts used by Kenya’s Islamic community.

“Having been informed over and over that the passage of the new constitution during the referendum is a government project, we are left in no doubt that the government, either directly or indirectly, had a hand in this attack. Who else in this country holds explosive devices?” said a statement signed by the National Council of Churches of Kenya and 14 other churches and groups.

Two blasts ripped through a downtown Nairobi park at dusk Sunday as a rally against the draft was concluding. Some of the victims suffered severe injuries from the blasts, but others were wounded as the crowd of thousands stampeded out of the park after the second explosion.

Authorities on Sunday said five people had died, but police on Monday said they had found a sixth body — a 51-year-old man with shrapnel wounds in a car next to the park. He was believed to have been injured in the blast and stumbled to his car, where he died.

Paramilitary police combed through Uhuru Park on Monday for clues. They walked in a long horizontal line through the expansive field of grass.

Backers against the draft said the explosions would not deter their campaign, and the group of churches said they also held the ‘yes’ campaign to pass the new constitution responsible for the blasts.

“We therefore hold the government and the Yes team responsible for the attack and for the blood that was shed unless they prove to Kenyans that someone else planted and detonated the devices,” the group said.

The last major bombing in Nairobi was in 1998, when the U.S. embassies here and in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, were hit simultaneously, killing 225 people in an attack blamed on al-Qaida.

From the BBC:

Abortion row

The rally was organised by Christian groups opposed to a draft constitution because it retains recognition of existing Islamic courts and includes a clause on abortion.

Kenyans are due to vote on the new constitution in a referendum in August.

Victim of Nairobi blast, 13 June At least 20 people were injured in the Nairobi blast

As part of a power-sharing deal to end deadly riots following elections in December 2007, it was agreed that a new constitution would be written.

Both supporters of Mr Odinga and President Mwai Kibaki generally support the draft constitution.

The document provides for greater checks on presidential powers and more regional devolution.

However, Christian church leaders are campaigning for a “No” vote after an amendment to abolish abortion on medical grounds failed.

Supporters of the new constitution deny that it opens the door to legalised abortions.

Christian church leaders also oppose the continued recognition in the draft document of Islamic family courts.

The Islamic Kadhi courts – set up under British colonial rule – mainly deal with matters of marriage and inheritance for Kenya’s Muslim minority.


On December 10, 1974, the United States National Security Council promulgated National Security Study Memorandum 200 (NSSM-200), also called The Kissinger Report. This document explicitly laid out a detailed strategy by which the United States would aggressively promote population control in developing nations in order to regulate (or have better access to) the natural resources of these countries.

In order to protect U.S. commercial interests, NSSM-200 cited a number of factors that could interrupt the smooth flow of materials from lesser-developed countries, LDCs as it called them, to the United States, including a large population of anti-imperialist youth, who must, according to NSSM-200, be limited by population control. The document identified 13 nations by name that would be primary targets of U.S.-funded population control efforts.

According to NSSM-200, elements of the implementation of population control programs could include: a) the legalization of abortion; b) financial incentives for countries to increase their abortion, sterilization and contraception-use rates; c) indoctrination of children; and d) mandatory population control, and coercion of other forms, such as withholding disaster and food aid unless an LDC implements population control programs.

While the CIA and Departments of State and Defense have issued hundreds of papers on population control and national security, the U.S. government has never renounced NSSM-200, but has only amended certain portions of its policy. NSSM-200, therefore, remains the foundational document on population control issued by the United States government.

In June of 2010 Vice President Joe Biden supported the proposed eugenic and pro-abortion draft constitution – for “Major American Development Programs and Investments” – ( NSSM200?)
See video below:

The NO campaign team was in Sotik to drum support for their side ahead of the August referendum on the proposed constitution. The leaders led by higher education minister William Ruto used the land chapter as basis for rejection of the proposed set of laws. The group argued that allowing parliament to set limits on the minimum and maximum land one can own will discriminate small scale farmers. The NO campaigners also took issue with visiting American Vice President Joe Biden’s endorsement of the proposed constitution.


Learn more about NSSM 200, Black Genocide, and others who paid a price for opposing legalized abortions (like Samuel Yette) aimed at Africans in the documentary: Maafa21:

Planned Parenthood video shows violence against pro-lifers

Posted in Abortion, Planned Parenthood, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 8, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Planned Parenthood’s Superhero For Choice kills pro-life Christians and abstinence educators in her never-ending quest to make America safe for abortion. Watch as Planned Parenthood water-boards and drowns (they call it “Aqua-sliding”) a Christian because he teaches abstinence and “dresses funny.” You will see peaceable demonstrators at an abortion clinic shot and killed en-mass by Planned Parenthood. Watch as they water-board a U.S. Senator until he agrees to support Planned Parenthood. If you watch until the end, when the credits roll, you will see Planned Parenthood shoot a U.S. Army helicopter out of the sky.

The video ends by taking you to Ethiopia where Planned Parenthood wants to get everyone there to use birth control.

In the documentary – Maafa21 – this tactic is known as NSSM200 – getting other nations to “limit their populations”

Watch a clip of Maafa21 below:

Man who murdered 2 including a pro-life activist faces family members

Posted in Abortion, James Pouillon, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 23, 2010 by saynsumthn

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So how the news media spins this – Drake admitted that he didn’t like Jim Pouillon’s pro-life sign and that was why he brought a gun to the place where Jim was picketing? But the media wants to spin this as a “Grudge” and not a pro-choice murder. Drake may have held a grudge against Mike Fusso the other man he shot, but he didn’t even know James Pouillon – he just drove up to him one day and emptied his gun into his body because he disliked his graphic pro-life signs – THAT is hardly a grudge- that is belief based !

Pro-choice Man who gunned down anti-abortion protester gets life sentence

Posted in Abortion, James Pouillon, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on April 23, 2010 by saynsumthn

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So how the news media spins this – Drake admitted that he didn’t like Jim Pouillon’s pro-life sign and that was why he brought a gun to the place where Jim was picketing? But the media wants to spin this as a “Grudge” and not a pro-choice murder. Drake may have held a grudge against Mike Fusso the other man he shot, but he didn’t even know James Pouillon – he just drove up to him one day and emptied his gun into his body because he disliked his graphic pro-life signs – THAT is hardly a grudge- that is belief based !

‘Right-Wing Violence’ a Product of MSM Hyperactive Imagination, Leftist Agenda

Posted in Abortion, James Pouillon, Maafa21, pro-choice, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life, Violence against pro-lifer with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 22, 2010 by saynsumthn

From: Big Journalism

Posted by John Sexton Apr 21st 2010 at 9:47 am in Abortion, Featured Story, media bias

The meme coming from the left is simple: right-wing activity leads to extremism. As early as last April democratic staffers on Capitol Hill were passing out press releases claiming the Town Hall attendees were “neo-Nazis.”

Since then the claim has been echoed by dozens of high profile opinion writers including Paul Krugman at the New York Times and Eugene Robinson at the Washington Post (who claims “far-left violence in this country has gone the way of the leisure suit.”)

In an Op-Ed in the New York Times, Bill Clinton not so subtly drew parallels between the Oklahoma City bombing and the current environment. He didn’t identify any particular source of danger, but his warning was clearly aimed at those who use “anti-government” rhetoric. No surprise those people tend to be conservatives.

Of course there has been real right-wing extremism, most notably the murder of abortionist George Tiller last Summer. That shouldn’t be ignored or minimized. On the other hand, there was another killing not long after which received a lot less attention. Jim Pouillon, a long time pro-life advocate, was shot three times through the pro-life sign he was holding by a stranger who was irritated by his message.

One could reasonably argue that Tiller’s murder was the bigger story, news-wise. He had become symbolic of a particularly controversial kind of abortion (late term) and had experienced previous violence. Giving the story double (even triple) coverage would be reasonable. But five and a half times as much? That’s what the New York Times did. How about twenty times as much? That’s what the Los Angeles Times did. The Washington Post was in between with just over twelve times as much coverage of Tiller than Pouillon. All of them put Time magazine to shame: Time ran nearly 5,000 words on Tiller, but not one on Pouillon. Here’s a chart that shows how lopsided the coverage was:

The numbers don’t tell the whole story. Much of the coverage of Tiller was glowing. There are quotes from fellow church members, quotes from family, quotes from supporters. His story is conveyed as a tragedy. One whole piece was devoted to his family life. And one biographic story in the New York Times ran 6,000 words, 50% longer than all their coverage of Jim Pouillon’s murder combined.

The coverage of the Tiller case raised the specter of further violence at every turn. Who will be next? The Washington Post gave space to religious believers of every stripe to comment on the story including a pro-choice Wiccan priestess, a pro-choice Rabbi and a pro-choice Christian pastor who accused pro-lifers of “fedoaltry.” In short, all three papers took Tiller’s murder as an opportunity to look at the big picture, usually from a pro-choice point of view, and to push their editorial agenda.

By contrast, the coverage of Pouillon painted him as a confrontational rabble-rouser. The New York Times ran a story (headline: “Slain Abortion Opponent ‘Loved the Controversy’ His Protests Generated”) which in the first paragraph described Pouillon as “breaking the idyllic quiet with loud anti-abortion rants.” It went on to suggest that his real motivation wasn’t a principled view of life but unhappiness over his divorce. Not exactly sympathetic treatment from the Times. The authors stop short of suggesting he brought the murder on himself, but the tone is a long way from the hagiography that Tiller received. When the Times eventually ran word of the conviction of Harlan Drake (Pouillon’s killer) it was a 65-word stub under the headline “Michigan: Trucker Guilty of Killings.” There is no indication that political assassination was part of the story.
Lacking in coverage of Pouillon’s murder are any of the big questions that might have been asked, starting with will this happen again? There was, so far as I could find, no recounting of past acts of violence against pro-lifers or any suggestion that a pattern might exist. No one offered a round up of quotes from angry pro-choicers, some of whom said he got what he deserved (they weren’t that hard to find if anyone had bothered to look).

Bad as it was, the Times’s coverage was far better than the Post or the L.A. Times could muster. Can anyone justify a 20:1 split in coverage of these two murders? The Washington Post ran a few AP pieces but basically devoted zero resources to Pouillon’s murder. Time didn’t mention him at all (neither did Newsweek). If you only read those magazines you might think left-wing extremism didn’t exist.

It’s impossible to look at the numbers, not to mention the tone of the coverage itself, and avoid the obvious conclusion that the press has a dog in this fight. The reporters writing these stories are nearly all pro-choice. So are the editors assigning the stories and writing the headlines. As a result, right-wing violence garners a lot more media coverage. It’s not a conspiracy, just confirmation bias in action.

And it extends far beyond this story. Did you know that a Crisis Pregnancy Center in Arizona was burned out just before Christmas? Probably not since not a single major media outlet covered the story. But if someone sets fire to an abortion clinic you can bet it will be national news.

Sadly, the MSM’s story selection eventually forms a kind of conventional wisdom, one that suggests “right-wing” is the natural prefix for “extremism.” In contrast, examples of left-wing violence are just a blip, a local crime story with no national implications worth mentioning, if the story is even covered at all.

Of course, this isn’t true. There was a bigger narrative in which to place Jim Pouillon’s murder just as was the case for Tiller, but that story remains untold. If the MSM is serious about being non-partisan they need to start compensating for their own measurable bias.

For more on this story of a pro-choice activist who gunned down a pro-lifer click here

For MANY more example of pro-choice and pro-abortion violence click here