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Former abortion clinic director says abortions in Texas could be cut in half following pro-life restrictions

Posted in Abortion Regulation, Life Dynamics, Life Talk, Texas Abortion, Texas abortion clinics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 11, 2013 by saynsumthn

CarolEverettFormer abortion clinic director turned pro-life, Carol Everett, appeared on Life Talk and stated that new restrictions in the state could cut abortions in half.

Carol spent 6 years selling abortions to women in four abortion clinics in Dallas/Fort Worth. She writes on her website, The Heidi Group, “After 35,000 abortions, the death of one woman and surgery on 19 other patients, God brought me to a crossroads. My life changed when I came to know the love and saving grace of Jesus Christ in 1983. I realized that my work was hurting women, not helping them.

Carol told Life Talk viewers that 17 abortion clinics have closed so far. One third of abortion clinics in Texas did not have hospital admitting privileges. With the defunding of Planned Parenthood, 13,000 babies have been saved. Abortions will be cut in half in Texas because of these laws.

5thCircuit1451444_10151677251761898_257504590_nThe law has been upheld by three female judges.

After new abortion restrictions passed in Texas, Carol said the media is only reporting the abortion clinic closures, calling it a “War on Women” even though far more family planning facilities have opened which do not provide abortions to assist women in the state since the law went into effect, she states, “I’ll tell you what’s interesting on this war [on women], they’ve all been printing all these stories about how there’s no place for women to go. We went from 95 #abortion clinics providing Family Planning services in #Texas to 2,961 providers, some MD’s, all across the state of Texas, even in rural areas, and I want you to know that I have been working for weeks to try and get that printed [in the media] and no one will print it.”

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Mark Crutcher, producer and host of Life Talk and president of Life Dynamics, said, “Do you want someone doing abortions who can’t get hospital privileges? The fact is, that’s who winds up working at an abortion clinic. No one goes to medical school to say, oh when I get out of medical school, I want to go work at Planned Parenthood. Nobody says that. You wind up at Planned Parenthood because you’re a bad doctor. We have seen this through our malpractice cases over the years. You are a bad doctor, you can’t get hospital privileges, you’ve got malpractice problems, or you lost your practice because you’re no dam good. That’s what happens and that’s who winds up working at Planned Parenthood.

Why would we say to poor women, you’re only option is to get your health care from an abortionist?”

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Life Dynamics recently sent out fliers to every doctor in the state warning them that the abortion lobby wanted to recruit them because they have no doctors working at these clinics with Hospital privileges now required by law.

Carol added that Planned Parenthood is being upheld by federal dollars because of ObamaCare, “Those Planned Parenthood’s that are staying alive is because they are going to be providing ObamaCare. And we have got to find a way to take care of the dollar a month that was supposed to be optional that is now in ObamaCare. Every person in Obamacare will be paying a dollar a month for abortions.”

Life Talk is a monthly pro-life TV show produced in Denton, Texas by Life Dynamics.

The show is hosted by Life Dynamics President, Mark Crutcher, Priests for Life National Director Fr. Frank Pavone, Bloggers Destiny Herndon-DeLaRosa and Jill Stanek. Sitting in for Operation Rescue president Troy Newman is Leroy Dodd.

You can view the entire show here

Aborted Baby Parts For Sale – Old interviews with Mark Crutcher and Marlin Maddoux

Posted in Aborted Baby Body Parts, Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion Regulation, Abortionist, Late term abortion, Life Dynamics, Mark Crutcher, pro-choice, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 17, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Margaret Sanger and the eugenics movement

Posted in Abby Johnson, birth control, Blood Money, Eugenics, Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 3, 2010 by saynsumthn

By Rebecca R. Messall
Posted: 06/03/2010 01:00:00 AM MDT

On a Sunday dedicated to honoring motherhood, May 11, 2010, the Denver Post chose to celebrate everything glaringly responsible for preventing or terminating motherhood. And, to someone like me who is slightly older than the “Pill” and who was 18 at the time of Roe v. Wade, the appearance of the Post’s Mother’s Day article was curious because there is much more that people should know about the threesome of Margaret Sanger, the “Pill” and Planned Parenthood, the nations’ largest abortion provider.

Margaret Sanger belonged to an organization called the American Eugenics Society, organized in the early 1900’s. Members from the American Eugenics Society actually formed Sanger’s original group whose name was changed to Planned Parenthood, but even the latter’s first three presidents were officers or members in the AES, including Alan Guttmacher. Sanger is listed as a member in 1956 under her then-married name, Mrs. Noah Slee.

Later called social biology, genetics, and population control, eugenics was a “scientific” endeavor born from evolutionary biology. It was never confined to state-sponsorship under Communists and Socialist dictators. Eugenics operated quite openly in the United States, England and around the world. The efforts of the American Eugenics Society resulted in many states passing laws to sterilize more than 63,000 Americans. Several states passed official apologies in the 1990’s. The eugenics movement, particularly Margaret Sanger, ranted against the Catholic Church for opposing eugenic legislation and ideology.

Leaders of the American eugenics movement were later troubled that Hitler tarnished the word “eugenics;” however, they did not abandon the quest for a thoroughbred stock of humans, such as Margaret Sanger herself touted. They simply chose new words to describe eugenics. As recently as 1968, one of the leading evolutionary biologists and an officer in the American Eugenics Society, Theodosius Dobzhansky, said that the word “genetics” meant the same thing as “eugenics” and commended the goals of eugenics. The control of reproduction remained the primary goal of eugenics in order to improve the human gene pool. Throughout its existence Planned Parenthood has been a key tool to reduce or eliminate births among blacks, other minorities and the disabled.

The Post’s Mother’s Day article typifies the popular narrative, which was really a sophisticated marketing campaign so good that no one questions it. Almost never, anyway. It sought to convince women to become customers of a then-unpopular product by convincing them that, prior to the commercial launch of the Pill in the 1960’s, our mothers and grandmothers were veritable slaves to their wombs, their husbands and the very concept of marriage.

Coincidentally, of course, legal abortion also covered up the “Pill’s” failure rate. In the new movie, “Blood Money,” former abortionist Carol Everett says her abortion facility intentionally passed out low dose birth control pills to increase the likelihood of customer pregnancies and those money-making back-up abortions.

In the 70’s, one of the messages was that women had a singular duty not to add another child to a polluted, war-torn mad, mad world which would be blown up at any minute by nuclear war. However, the other sub-text, the one where evil should have been blatantly denounced if media, politicians, academia and the rest of us had not been so – to put it charitably – timid, was the pronouncement that disabled and minority children were particularly “unwanted” and specially targeted for elimination through abortion and the parallel development of genetic tests for destructive uses.

Now, nearly all Downs Syndrome babies are terminated before they are born, as part of a public policy by the U.S. Supreme Court laid down in Roe and reiterated again and again. Pro-life leader Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, Jr. writes, “Abortion and racism stem from the same poisonous root, selfishness.”

Largely, the eugenics/population control movement has been powered by huge trusts with billions of dollars in global assets. As investment vehicles, they likely receive income from corporations engaged in a global distribution of birth control pills, IUDs, patches, injections and so forth. If so, their capital holdings, dividends and bonuses are gilded by U.S. taxpayer funding for the system of product distribution, funding appropriated as a quid pro quo from politicians grateful for the campaign donations. Money talks. Blood money.

Rebecca R. Messall is a practicing attorney in Denver. She is the author of the article, “The Long Road of Eugenics: From Rockefeller to Roe v. Wade,” Fall 2004 Human Life Review (New York).

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Bloodmoney and Maafa21 – SHOCKING reports about abortion

Posted in Abortion, birth control, Black Genocide, Darwin, Eugenics, Evolution, Hitler, Nazi, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Racism, Sterilization, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2009 by saynsumthn

” I recognize that I have been involved in the death of 35,000 unborn babies” – Carol Everett, former abortion clinic worker

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