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Abortion victim imagery credited for win against 1972 abortion proposal in Michigan

Posted in Abortion Victim Images, Black Babies, Black Genocide, Black leaders on abortion, Black Women, Blacks protest abortionn with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 24, 2019 by saynsumthn

The use of abortion victim imagery has been a debated topic for the pro-life movement for many years but the fact is that showing the American public what abortion looks like has been instrumental in changing hearts and minds on the humanity of the preborn person in the womb. The use of victim images dates back to the days prior to and just after legalization of abortion both at the state level and the federal level.

In 1972, a year before the infamous Roe V Wade Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion on demand in the nation, the State of Michigan asked voters to vote on Proposition B which would, “Allow abortion under certain circumstances.”

According to information obtained from the October 18, 1972 Claire Sentinel, the proposal would allow for only licensed physicians in hospitals or clinic settings to perform abortions rather than “allowing abortions to be [sic] preformed by the same hucksters who have been operating illegally for years.”

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Michigan proposal b 1972 on abortion

According to other reports, the measure was proposed to permit a woman to have an abortion for any reason up to 20 weeks of pregnancy. Backers of the abortion measure claimed the move would make abortions more available to the “poorer segment of the population,” according to a October 19, 1972 report by Wakefield News.

As a result, a coalition of pro-life groups, A Voice of the Unborn, under the direction of Detroit resident Dr. Richards Jaynes, launched an offensive. The coalition included the Michigan Catholic Conference as well as the Right to Life Committee and the Southern Baptist Church.

“The humanity of the child is the only issue,” Dr. Jaynes told the Holland Evening Sentinel on September 02, 1972 . “Nobody has a right to deprive him of his life, not even his mother.”

Pro-life activist Lynn Mills, who uncovered the flyer, told this blog that she remembers proponents of the pro-life measure, “Coming into my school in Livonia and explaining all of the different types of abortions.”

The organization mailed pamphlets like the one seen below (archived at the Bentley Historical Library) to the community. And, they  included abortion victim imagery:

Image: Michigan proposal to legalize abortion news 1972 pro-life pamphlet

Michigan proposal to legalize abortion news 1972 pro-life pamphlet

The effort paid off because voters rejected the measure.

 

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Michigan proposal to legalize abortion news 1972

According to historian Daniel K Williams in his book, Defenders of the Unborn, the group had mailed the brochures to 250,000 African Americans households, linking abortion concerns to race.

The strategy, Williams said originated with African American Democratic state representative and civil rights activist Rosetta Ferguson, who joined the cause as director of Michigan’s Voice of the Unborn.

 

Image: Voice of the Unborn advertisement 1972 Michigan

Voice of the Unborn advertisement 1972 Michigan

Ferguson called abortion legalization, “Black Genocide.”

Ferguson was not alone in linking abortion to eugenics and genocide.

This blog has extensive research documenting how Black leaders, including many Black women understood that abortion was targeting their community.

The use of abortion victim imagery also inspired the pro-life movement’s iconic “precious feet” pin.

Dr. Sacco’s image of aborted baby

In the early 1970’s, Dr. Russell Sacco, a urologist from Oregon began reading “anatomical books,” and when the Supreme Court ruled that murdering the preborn was “legal,” the doctor became, in his words, “furious.”

It was shortly after this that Sacco met a pathologist who had preserved aborted babies’ bodies in a bucket of formaldehyde, which he showed Sacco. “… [I]n the bucket were about seven or eight infant bodies. It was a little bit shocking for me to see that but, there they were.”

Dr. Sacco said he took out “one body at a time” to photograph them. Then, he cataloged each child and their estimated ages.

After developing the film, he discovered that the images of the feet were “better than I had thought. I really thought that… maybe God did that one for me.”

The image, which Dr. Sacco refused to copyright so it could be used worldwide, has been referred to as “Tiny Feet,” “Little Feet,” and “Precious Feet.”

Dr. Sacco’s picture of aborted baby feet

Sacco later met Dr. Jack Willke who asked to use those images in his book Handbook on Abortion. Following that, the picture was printed in early pro-life brochures such as “Life and Death” and “Did you Know?” The photo soon “went viral,” as they say, and was published in countless flyers, books and pamphlets. That photo then inspired an Arizona couple, Ellis and Virginia Evers, the founders of Heritage House, which now offers the pins for purchase.

8 ways pro-abortion men pushed legalized abortion on America

Posted in Abortion Funding, Abortion History, Abortion legalization by state, Abortion prior to Roe, Abortion Racism, abortion used as birth control, Abortion Welfare, American Eugenics Society, American Law Institute, Bernard Nathanson, Bush, Bush Family, Cosmo Magazine, Faye Wattleton, Feminism, Guttmacher, Lader, Men and Abortion, Men For Choice, Planned Parenthood, Planned Parenthood President, Population Control, Population Council, Roe V Wade History, Subverted, Supreme Court, Title X with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 22, 2019 by saynsumthn

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The media seems to always equate abortion with “women’s rights” — but many people may be unaware that legalizing abortion in America was actually an idea originally pushed by pro-abortion men, many of whom were concerned about the growth of certain people groups. But beyond this, predatory men have benefited significantly from legalized abortion, which has removed male responsibility from unplanned pregnancy situations, and which is used to cover up sexual abuse. And male abortionists continue to be protected by the abortion industry even when they rapeinjure or kill female patients.

Below are eight things everyone should know about the large role certain men played in liberalizing abortion laws in the U.S.:

1. Pro-eugenics men were the primary people discouraging reproduction among “undesirable” groups

Image: Image: American Eugenics Society document

Image: American Eugenics Society document

2. A pro-population control man led the push for abortion at Planned Parenthood 

Image: PPFA president Alan F Guttmacher speaks about abortion, 1965

PPFA president Alan F Guttmacher speaks about abortion, 1965

Image: Faye Wattleton first female Planned Parenthood president (Image: New York Times)

Faye Wattleton first female Planned Parenthood president (Image: New York Times)

3. A misogynistic man influenced the sexual revolution, which primarily benefited predatory males 

  • The sexual revolution of the 1960s pushed by Cosmopolitan Magazine (under direction of Helen Gurley Brown) was inspired by Hugh Hefner, creator of Playboy.
  • Hefner told Hollywood Reporter that Brown approached him for job before joining Cosmo: “She wanted to do a female version of Playboy.
  • The theme of free sex without consequences and no kids, with abortion as a safety net, benefited men.

Cosmo Magazine 1967

Cosmo Magazine 1967

4. Two pro-abortion men hijacked the 1960’s “women’s movement” to legalize abortion 

Image: Larry Lader and Bernard Nathanson

Larry Lader and Bernard Nathanson

  • Most outspoken abortion enthusiasts in the 1960s were men, like Larry Lader and Bernard Nathanson.
  • Betty Friedan, author of “The Feminine Mystique,” dubbed “mother of the women’s movement,” called Lader “the father of the abortion rights movement.”
  • Friedan founded the National Organization for Women (NOW) in 1966 and in 1967, Lader and Nathanson convinced her to add abortion to NOW’s plank, causing a loss in female NOW membership.
  • Lader admitted in his book that “Abortion never became a feminist plank in the United States among the suffragettes or depression radicals. It was ignored, even boycotted by Planned Parenthood women in those days.”
  • 1969: NARAL was established by Lader, Nathanson, and Friedan, who admitted few women attended. (Nathanson later renounced his pro-abortion stance and worked to expose the lies they told.)
  • 1989: Friedan acknowledged it was certain men who pushed to legalize abortion: “I remember that there were some men… that had been trying to reform these criminal abortion laws. And they got a sense somehow that the women’s movement might make everything different…. They kept nagging at me… to try and do something…. ‘We need some organization to take up… abortion rights.’”
Image: Betty Friedan speaks to NARAL history of NOW

Betty Friedan speaks to NARAL history of NOW

5. Pro-eugenics men founded the Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s former research arm 

  • Alan Guttmacher, former Planned Parenthood president and Eugenics Society VP, founded the Center for Family Planning Program Development in 1968, which became the Guttmacher Institute, a “special affiliate” of Planned Parenthood.
  • In 1969, Guttmacher acknowledged funding came from “Kellogg, Rockefeller, and Ford Foundations.”

6. Men in favor of population control pushed for taxpayer-funded “family planning,” which aids America’s largest abortion business

  • The Title X federal family planning program allocates tens of millions of tax dollars to Planned Parenthood.
  • 1965: President Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) supported taxpayer funded “family planning” and was awarded Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award the following year.
  • 1966: Alan Guttmacher proposed a blueprint to force taxpayers to fund birth control for poor.
  • 1968: George N. Lindsay, chairman of Planned Parenthood-World Population, urged President Richard Nixon to federally fund poor people’s “family planning.”
  • 1969: Nixon spoke in favor of “family planning” and the same year, the Senate approved tax funding for it, with the help of Democrat Senator Joseph D. Tydings, a Planned Parenthood supporter granted PPFA’s Margaret Sanger award.
Image: Prescott Bush with his son, George Bush (Image Credit: George Bush Presidential Library and Museum)

Prescott Bush with his son, George Bush (Image Credit: George Bush Presidential Library and Museum)

  • 1970: The U.S. House of Representatives authorized federal dollars to pay for family planning services.
  • The chief co-sponsor of the Title X statute was Rep. George H.W. Bush, who later became president. Bush was recruited because his grandfather, Prescott Bush, once sat on a Planned Parenthood board.
  • 1972: Nixon recommended Congress create the Commission on Population Growth and the American Future to study abortion. It was chaired by John D. Rockefeller III, a longtime advocate of population control. The Executive Director was Charles Westoff, a member of the American Eugenics Society and Planned Parenthood’s National Advisory Council.

7. An all-male Supreme Court legalized abortion

  • 1973: U.S. Supreme Court justices, all men, ruled 7 to 2 to vote in the Roe v. Wade case in favor of legalizing abortion on demand.
Image: Supreme Court at time Roe v Wade legalized abortion (Image credit: Oyez)

Supreme Court at time Roe v Wade legalized abortion (Image credit: Oyez)

8. Men pushing eugenics and population control brought the abortion pill to the U.S.

  • The Population Council, founded in 1952 by John D. Rockefeller III, was led by men concerned about population issues and is credited with bringing abortion pill RU-486 to the U.S.
  • Population Council leaders were connected to the eugenics movement (read more here).
Image: RU486 abortion pill Mifeprex (Image credit: Danco)

RU486 abortion pill Mifeprex (Image credit: Danco)

  • 1994: President Bill Clinton’s administration encouraged French pharmaceutical manufacturer Roussel-Uclaf to assign US rights of marketing and distribution of RU-486 to the Population Council.
  • Right to distribute handed over to Danco Laboratories, a sub-licensee of the Population Council.
  • 2000: Larry Lader bragged in a press conference he “plotted” to break the law and smuggle the pills into the U.S.

This article is reprinted with permission. The original appeared here at Live Action News.

History of legal abortion prior to Roe

Posted in Abortion death, Abortion Death Prior to Roe, Abortion History, Abortion Numbers, Abortion prior to Roe, Abortion stats, American Law Institute, Guttmacher, Home Use Abortion, Illegal abortion, State Abortion Stats, States prior to Roe with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 5, 2018 by saynsumthn

Legal abortion equals more abortion, and America’s history is proof of this

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Prior to the 1973 Roe v. Wade court decision, each state had its own abortion laws. Many had laws on the books banning it completely, but others legalized it in some form well before 1973. Roe didn’t become Roe overnight. We can trace its roots back more than a decade prior. And as is usually the case with abortion, once an inch is given, so to speak, those in favor of it tend take a mile. Here’s where it began:

1959: American Law Institute passes model penal code to liberalize abortion, the basis for Roe v. Wade

In 1959, the American Law Institute (A.L.I.), an organization of American lawyers and other elite members of the judiciary, whose mission was the reform of American law, proposed that therapeutic abortions should be legal. Although the first draft of the Model Penal Code to liberalize abortion was released on May 21, 1959, the final version was issued in 1962.

Image: American Law Institute-ALI model penal code on abortion (Image: CDC)

American Law Institute-ALI model penal code on abortion (Image: CDC)

The law proposed that “[a] licensed physician is justified in terminating a pregnancy if he believes there is a substantial risk:

(1) When continuation of pregnancy would gravely impair the physical and mental health of the mother; or

(2) When the child might be born with grave physical or mental defect; or

(3) When the pregnancy resulted from rape, incest, or other felonious intercourse.”

American Law Institute, Model Penal Code on Abortion (Image: Chicago Tribune, 1966)

The ALI’s Model Penal Code was the premise of the 1973 Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade. At that time a large percentage of states allowed abortion only when the woman’s life was endangered. By 1967, three states had liberalized it; according to Time.com, by 1968, four of five states—Colorado, North Carolina, Georgia and Maryland, had authorized it “if the child is likely to be born defective,” but “California did not sanction this ground because Governor Ronald Reagan threatened to veto any bill that included it.”

READ: Not just Nazis: The grisly history of research on abortion survivors

According to the Washington Post, “Through the mid-1960s, 44 states outlawed abortion in nearly all situations that did not threaten the life or health of the mother.”

In 1966, abortion was still illegal in all fifty states, according to Dr. and Mrs. John C. Willke. However, in 1966, Mississippi altered its existing law by adding rape as an indication for a hospital abortion, according to the CDC’s first abortion surveillance report in 1969. And, according to National Right To Life’s timeline, in 1954, Alabama permitted abortions for the mother’s physical health.

According to Dr. Willke, “The Bureau of Vital Statistics reported only 160 mothers had died from abortion in 1966 in the entire USA.”

1973: Abortion legalized nationwide by Supreme Court, with more than 600,000 abortions 

In 1969, the CDC estimates that there were 22,670 abortions. As more states began to legalize it, the numbers climbed dramatically. By 1970, the CDC reported 193,491, and the list went on:

1971: 485,816
1972: 586,760
1973: 615,831

After the U.S. Supreme Court decided to legalize abortion nationwide by a 7 to 2 decision in Roe v. Wade, the CDC Abortion Surveillance report from 1973 indicates that a total of 615,831 legal procedures were reported from 50 states and the District of Columbia and New York City.

Image: Abortions reported to CDC prior to 1973

Abortions reported to CDC prior to 1973

 

Alan F. Guttmacher, MD, who served as Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s president from 1962–1974, responded to the ruling by stating, “I think that to raise the dignity of woman and give her freedom of choice in this area is an extraordinary event. I think that Jan 22, 1973, will be a historic day.”

According to the CDC, in ten states, abortions outnumbered live births among teens 15 years and younger.

By race, the numbers broke down as follows:

  • 67.7% were white
  • 25.7% were Black or other races
  • 6.6% reported race was unknown

At the time the initial report was filed, the CDC reported that 51 deaths related to legal, illegal, and spontaneous abortions had been reported in 1973, and 71 in 1972. However, those reports were eventually updated.

READ: These Black leaders in history viewed abortion as Black genocide

In this table from the CDC report (shown below), 39 women died from illegal abortion in 1972, and 19 in 1973 while 24 died from legal abortion in 1972 and 25 died in 1973.

CDC Abortion deaths 1972 to 1990

Live Action News has previously documented how the abortion lobby falsely claimed that hundreds of thousands of women died annually from illegal terminations, in a deliberate effort to push abortion on the nation. Standing in stark contrast to this is the breakdown of the estimated numbers going back to 1930. Clearly, the claims that hundreds of thousands of women were dying was a complete falsehood — and Dr. Bernard Nathanson, founder of NARAL, later admitted as much:

Image: Illegal Abortion Deaths according to various sources, 1930 to 1979 – updated (Graph credit: Live Action News)

Illegal Abortion Deaths according to various sources, 1930 to 1979 – updated (Graph credit: Live Action News)

Roe v. Wade was filed by Norma McCorvey, known as ‘Roe,’ and was argued by Sarah Weddington. McCorvey would later admit that the claim that she had become pregnant through rape was fabricated. In fact, McCorvey’s child was never aborted. Her baby was born while the case was still being argued and she ultimately placed her child for adoption.

McCorvey became a staunch pro-life advocate and later expressed sorrow for her participation in the infamous court decision, working to overturn the case up until her passing in February of 2017 at the age of 69.

Click here for more details on state legalization prior to Roe.

  • This article is reprinted with permission. The original appeared here at Live Action News.

Out-of-touch pro-abortion advocates “celebrate” abortion

Posted in Roe with tags , , , , , , , , on January 11, 2016 by saynsumthn

It is almost January 22, 1973 and we already see abortion “Celebrations” being organized with the same old rhetoric attracting the same old people. In fact, these celebrations by Planned Parenthood and abortion supporters are out-of-touch to a culture that is growing radically more pro-life every day. But, sadly, and yet predictably, it appears the promoters of all things abortion can’t skip one year without dancing over the bodies of dead preborn children.

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Roe is the infamous Supreme Court decision which legalized abortion on demand in every week of pregnancy. In 2015, Planned Parenthood received criticism for “celebrating: abortion with their “Chili for Choice” event at a Kansas Church. Other events from abortion advocates included a Taco and Beer challenge, “Rock and Roe,” and luncheons. It was also the year that video evidence from the Center for Medical Progress not only told America the depth of depravity the abortion industry generally and Planned Parenthood specifically will sink to when it comes to abortion, but, they showed actual bodies of babies swimming inside a petri dish. And, yet, they celebrate.

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Merriam Webster defines “Celebrate” this way as, “to do something special or enjoyable for an important event, occasion, holiday, etc.” And, this is exactly what the abortion crowd hopes to do. This is like a “holiday” to them. I mean, I am surprised there is no push to get employers to give them paid leave or to pressure lawmakers for a “celebrate ROE” stamp – except, of course, stamps are becoming so yesterday. Just like abortion.

In a culture that is more pro-life than ever, abortion is more like your grandmother’s “issue” – not that of the youth of today. Yet…here we go again, when a small minority of pro-abortion advocates who still “live in the 1970’s” regurgitate the ignorant lie that a preborn child can be reduced to a “parasite” because they are “nonhuman,” that is unless you need their kidneys, liver, or brain tissue. And, the funniest part about it is that they expect modern America to “Celebrate abortion” with them. Come on….is this a joke?

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Nope, in fact, the Planned Parenthood abortion crowd is going to blast Twitter with the hashtag “Together for Abortion” because – well- they are…FOR ABORTION! And, to help already struggling pro-abortion organizers, a list of where or what the the event can be has been published:

    public or private
    large or small *[I’m predicting VERY small]
    a major speak out
    a cocktail or dinner party
    a handful of friends around a kitchen table
    an abortion storytelling event
    an art show or concert
    a crafting party
    a work break
    a student group
    a place where your community already exists
    a way to meet new people

*editorial comment

Dinner party? What would be on that menu? Red meat, body part soup?

Storytelling…

CRAFTING PARTY…

Say What????

Okay…I have to stop there and ask – exactly what would an abortion celebrating CRAFTING PARTY look like?

Nevermind…I don’t even want to know!

Roe at 43

I have glanced over some of the 43rd anniversary Roe Celebrations and so far they are shall I say (to be nice) “typical” – yawn – or perhaps “boring” would be a better adjective to describe an old fashioned event when a handful of people will gather at a state Capitol or inside a Unitarian Church, to talk about how “Roe” saved them from that oh-so-horrible baby oops I mean “fetus” oops again “pregnancy” that would have ruined their life somehow. I mean, can’t they think of anything new to say?

    “Stand for Choice”
    “Celebrate Roe”
    “Break the Stigma”
    “Its our right”
    “Shout your abortion”

Blah…blah…blah…

Why don’t abortion advocates just say it like it is?

    “Celebrate the dismembering of preborn children in all months of pregnancy”
    “Come hear me blame a little baby for my inability to be successful”
    “Stand up for excuses to end a child’s life”
    “43 years and women still die from legal abortion, celebrate with us”
    “Celebrate a woman’s right so we can turn around and deny the most basic human right”
    “Break all regulations because we want to go back”
    “Shout the deliberate targeting of minorities with abortion”

Well…to my out-of-touch pro-abortion friends so stuck in the past, I know you are desperate because you see your precious law being dismantled before your eyes. Even though it is still early in the month to get your events organized, I have to be honest with you about something. What I am seeing so far is very disappointing. Look, if you are happy about abortion, if you think ripping an innocent baby apart in the womb is so liberating that it is worth celebrating, then at least be a tiny bit more creative….because…the truth is your protests are getting so predictable that even die hard opponents like myself are losing interest in them.

Former Planned Parenthood prez responds to 1973 legalized abortion ruling in vintage footage

Posted in Abortion History, Guttmacher with tags , , , , , , , , on January 5, 2016 by saynsumthn

A news report which aired just following the infamous 1973 Roe V. Wade Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion on demand shows us that from its beginning, Planned Parenthood saw abortion as positive for women despite the harm it does to their bodies and the fact that it takes the life of the preborn baby in the womb.

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Alan F. Guttmacher, MD, served as Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) president from 1962–1974. Journalist George Herman’s CBS News Report (below) which was unearthed by Issues for Life, shows Alan Guttmacher, as head of Planned Parenthood, responding to the ruling:

“I think that to raise the dignity of woman and give her freedom of choice in this area is an extraordinary event. I think that Jan 22, 1973 will be a historic day.”

Liberating is an interesting term to use given the fact that the one time leader of Planned Parenthood who was also a Vice President for the American Eugenics Society, said this just years earlier at a 1967 forum at Harvard Law School:

    “… I would abort mothers already carrying three or more children…I would abort women who desire abortion who are drug addicts or severe alcoholics…I would abort women with sub-normal mentality incapable of providing satisfactory parental care…”(Source; “Abortion: The Issues”, Dr. Alan Guttmacher – President, Planned Parenthood, December 4, 1967, Harvard Law School Forum)

Speaking at the Harvard Law School Forum, a 1967 article in the Harvard Crimson quoted Alan Guttmacher as stating that a larger percentage of abortions performed prior to it’s legalization were from “reputable physicians” something that was downplayed as advocates pushed legal abortion as safer than illegal abortion.

“Seventy per cent of the illegal abortions in the country are performed by reputable physicians, each thinking himself a knight in white armor.”

At the same event, Guttmacher asked for liberalization of present abortion laws, but not for outright repeal, stating that, “To allow abortion on demand would relegate man to the status of the bull.” Guttmacher later said that, “abortion should be a back-up procedure for failed or failure-to-use effective contraception. It must never be the primary method of birth control.” (Source: AMA Congress on Environmental Health, May 4-5, 1970 speech by Alan F. Guttmacher, Page 63.)

Interestingly, the Planned Parenthood president made this statement in 1970, “We look forward to the time when our clinics can be closed, when the government can fund enough money to serve the poor and research new birth control methods.”

In a sobering warning, George Herman ended the CBS report with these words, “If the experience of New York State is any guide, America will eventually have one abortion for every two births.

As we enter another year of legalized abortion, we look forward to the day we will see the closure of Planned Parenthood and all abortion clinics as we work for the protection of the preborn child in the womb.

Words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history

Posted in Aborted Babies with tags , , , , , on January 20, 2015 by saynsumthn

There are times when words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history.

January 22nd marks the 42nd anniversary of legalized abortion in America. What this means is that millions upon millions of unborn children have paid the price for the lie of “pro-choice” and “reproductive rights” with their lives.

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There is probably no way to know the complete body count.

It is beyond words to fathom what this number represents. Each child – a gift sent to earth from Heaven- snuffed out on the alter of convenience and “women’s rights.”

Tragedy? Perhaps…

Merriam Webster’s Dictionary describes tragedy as, “a very bad event that causes great sadness and often involves someone’s death: a very sad, unfortunate, or upsetting situation : something that causes strong feelings of sadness or regret.”

Massacre? More like it:

an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people.

deliberately and violently kill (a large number of people).

While there are plenty of euphemisms like “a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body” if you look at abortion for what it is you see it’s the cold and calculating dismemberment of a child in the womb.

I’ve been around long enough to have debated the opposition which favors child killing in the womb, at a time when they defined the unborn child as a blob of tissue, a parasite, not human.

Today, as I speak with abortion advocates, they state clearly that what is aborted in the womb is indeed a human baby.

Soak that in for a moment…

People in this country KNOW that abortion mercilessly takes the life of the baby and they don’t care. In fact, abortion advocates are not even neutral- they completely turn on the unborn child to seek their demise.

What has happened in our society to bring us to this point?

These advocates of child killing never suggest that there could be another alternative than to hack the innocent child’s body into pieces. No, they coldly work to guarantee the unborn child will be placed before the abortionist’s knife.

Most decent people do not think this way – but – abortion enables the monster inside of people to show it’s teeth. It’s savage appetite for blood pushes those who advocate abortion into more and more extreme positions until abortion becomes a sacred right.

It triumphs all moral decency, all normal reactions to innocence, all mercy, all caring. Abortion consumes those it takes into it’s ideology until that person denies all science, reason, and begins to foam at the mouth with uncontrollable blood-thirst.

People, this is truly sick.

Unfortunately, what is sicker, is that there is a majority of people who say they believe the unborn should be protected- but- they remain silent.

As the body count rises and the blood of innocent children fill the streets of America, these people tune out the cries, they nod their heads in agreement but then turn away from the victims like they do not exist.

But- they do.

Tell me if you would – as extreme as abortion advocates have become – wouldn’t you also agree that being silent about this holocaust is equally disturbing?

I would.

Yes, indeed, there are times when words simply cannot describe what is unfolding in history.

Thousands march against abortion in Dallas, Bishop rides motorcycle for Unborn babies

Posted in Bikers for Life, Pro-Life, Roe with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 18, 2015 by saynsumthn

Thousands marched in Dallas today to protest the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision which legalized abortion on demand in America.

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The infamous Roe v. Wade case began in Texas after pro-abortion lawyer Sarah Weddington challenged the Texas law prohibiting abortion in 1970.

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Thousands of marchers lined up behind pro-life Bikers from Bikers for Life to head toward the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse, where Roe was originally filed.

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About 40 bikes lined up in front of marchers.

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Bikers join pro-life marchers at rally point.

This year, Dallas Bishop Keven Farrell joined the Bikers. As the march began, Bishop Farrell rode a red motorcycle for a few blocks before getting off to join the pro-life marchers.

Photo Credit: Carole Novielli

Photo Credit: Carole Novielli

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Bishop Farrell greeted the pro-lifers at the rally point saying the group would not give up the fight to end child killing.

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Let nobody ever doubt,” Bishop Farrell said, “that we will stand up and that we will never say that we will ever give up. We are determined to bring this victory home. We will do it!.”

We have many challenges ahead but we can never falter and we can never weaken. God is on our side and once God is on our side, we will not fail- He promised us…

Also speaking at the march was Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress who said that Supreme Courts gets cases wrong like Dred Scott and Roe v. Wade.

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This is not a battle between Republicans and Democrats or Liberals and Conservatives, it is a battle between good and evil, between light and darkness, between the Kingdom of God and the kingdom of Satan. And it is a battle we are going to win,” Jeffress told the crowd.

As expected, there was a virtual blackout of the march by the news media. There were only three pro-abortion protesters present at the event. One abortion advocate held a sign that read, “Free abortions on demand,” and when confronted by a pro-life woman at the rally, he and the female pro-choicers with him gave weak arguments while admitting that abortion takes the life of a baby in the womb.

The event has been documented on Life Dynamics’ Bikers for Life website – see more here: