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Image of father loving unborn child among those flagged as “violent” on facebook

Posted in Hispanic, Ryan Bomberger with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2014 by saynsumthn

A Black pro-life organization has had three facebook images flagged as “graphic violence” !

One of those images depicts a father loving his unborn child:

Images reported as graphic violence

Ryan Bomberger is an Emmy® Award-winning Creative Professional who founded The Radiance Foundation (TRF), a life-affirming 501(c)(3), along with his wife, Bethany.


Working in conjunction with noted national civil rights leaders like Dr. Alveda King (niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.), Ryan is involved in national efforts to expose and defund Planned Parenthood and document how abortion is destroying the Black community. Sometimes Ryan’s thoroughly researched and pointed remarks rile establishment folk, like the nation’s oldest civil rights organization that took legal action against Radiance and Ryan personally for parodying their name.

So, it was no surprise to this blogger that Ryan and his Radiance Foundation have become a target of those who hate his pro-life views.

According to a post The Radiance Foundation placed on their facebook page, “Someone reported that three of our posted images depict “graphic violence.
Radiance Foundation Ryan Bomberger Images reported

Two of the three images are anything but violent. One is a 4th of July meme and the other says “We will not be silenced!” :

I Love Freedom - useWe will Not be Silenced

The third image is the antithesis of “graphic Violence.”

It is a beautiful depiction of a father expressing love for his unborn baby:

Fatherhood Begins in Womb

Perhaps the person who flagged these images is just a jerk or is pro-abortion and hates Ryan’s positive pro-life position.

But it is disturbing that a person is able to flag completely innocent posts in an effort to harass an organization.

It will be interesting to see how facebook responds to this.

To Be Continued…..

Left-Wing Tolerance or Hobby of Hate ?

Posted in Liberal, NARAL, National Organization for (Some) Women, Pro-choice Logic, Pro-choice mocking, Pro-choice People, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 3, 2014 by saynsumthn

Keep Calm BC

The left-wing liberal community are always the first ones crying for tolerance- yet- when things do not go “their way” they are the most hate-filled intolerant people you can imagine.

As Megyn Kelly summed it up on the O’Reilly factor – “This is about the war on the religious right not the war on women.”

Following the ruling granting Hobby Lobby the religious freedom to refuse to fund 4 out of 20 “contraception” devises they deem abortive- left-wing haters began calling for people to burn Hobby Lobby to the ground, have sex in the store and all kinds of other suggestions:

Humanists” have called to Boycott the family chain store:

Hobby Lobby Boycott


The radically pro-abortion and left-wing blog the Daily Kos has also called for a boycott:

Daily Kos HL Boycott

Others are posting ridiculous blogs or memes:

Sharia Lobby

HL Crafts

Still others are entering Hobby Lobby and leaving their opinions loud and clear:

RH REality - Hobby Lobby

Freedom From Religion has paid for an ad in the NY Times:

The ad features Planned Parenthood founder and birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger, whose motto was “No Gods — No Masters,” the ad criticizes the “all-male, all-Roman Catholic majority” on the Supreme Court for putting “religious wrongs over women’s rights.” The ad fails to explain Sanger’s beliefs in eugenics and the way her organizations helped promote forced sterilization of women.

FFReligion Hobby Lobby

And Twitter is filling up with all kinds of mocking of the store, religious freedom:

Baptized at Hobby LobbyHL MOckStole Supplies from HLMocking HL 2

Just following the ruling – pro-choice and left-wing advocates called for Hobby Lobby to be burned to the ground:



Dare of Day

Threats to burn HL

Then came the threats to vandalize Hobby Lobby:

Visit HL to break shit

Jessica Valenti FB page

Just after the decision, Jessica Valenti, a Board Member for NARAL tweeted this hateful suggestion,Maybe women should organize a safe-sex fuck-in at every Hobby Lobby across the country. In the glitter aisle. JUST A THOUGHT.

Safe Sex Fuck In

Others also suggested this:

Sex in Isle

And here is another brilliant suggestion from the NARAL Board Member, “New teen prank suggestion: TP Hobby Lobby with condoms instead of toilet paper.”

TP Hobby Lobby
PRIOR to the Supreme Court Ruling- one pro-choice artist placed Aborted Baby Jesus Dolls inside Hobby Lobby:

Aborted Baby Jesus Hiobby Lobby Gd

As the lies and hate directed at Hobby Lobby continue- the Green family responds in love and says they are grateful for their supporters:

A clarion call to ‘Stop the hate filled “Rhetoric”‘ but those who live in glass houses, should not throw stones !

Posted in Environment, Hate Crimes, Left Wing, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on January 10, 2011 by saynsumthn

In wake of the recent shootings in Arizona- the left is blaming “right-wing” for the Rhetoric which they claim led to the violence.

The Radically Left-Wing Daily Kos is accusing Sarah Palin of being responsible for the climate that led to the attempted murder of Rep. Giffords in Arizona. The reason: Palin’s use of the symbol “Target” .

What about their “Hate”? The Daily Kos has now removed this post:

But…what the media will NOT report is how Left-Wing Daily Kos placed a TARGET on Rep. Giffords and others in June of 2008:

And the Daily Kos is a website often used by left-wing politicians like: Barack Obama

Also in 2008, this is what Obama said he would do to counter Republican attacks “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said at a Philadelphia fundraiser Friday night. “Because from what I understand folks in Philly like a good brawl. I’ve seen Eagles fans.”

Then in November of 2010- Obama said Latino’s should “Punish their enemies”

Pelosi had something to say when the political debate heated up during the Tea Party protests:

H/T- Right Perspective

In 2009 ,at the height of public resentment at bonuses being paid to Wall Street investment bankers, Obama said on March 30, 2009 that “I don’t want to quell anger. I think people are right to be angry. I’m angry.”

“I don’t want to quell anger. People are right to be angry. I’m angry. What I want us to do is channel our anger in a constructive way.”

Obama got very defensive when questioned about his inaction on the BP oil spill during an interview for American television on June 7, 2010 and said the following:

At a campaign stop on September 18, 2008, Obama advocated that his supporters “argue with [people], get in their faces”:

John Hinckley Jr. attempted to assassinate Conservative Republican President Ronald Reagan and was fixed on Actress Jodi Foster- should we now eliminate all Jodi Foster Movies?

Also Read about this left-winger :
Overpopulation and Darwinian eugenics motivated Discovery gunman who called human babies “Parasites”

And do not forget the other left-wing groups like:

The extremist Earth Liberation Front, or ELF, has claimed responsibility for a rash of fires in California, including a $50-million development in San Diego.

“The organization has never harmed a single person,” said former ELF spokesman Craig Rosebraugh….

Equally stealthy animal radicals also are turning up the heat with an escalating rampage of destruction. In all, these extremists claim more than $100 million of destruction across the country.

Animal rights activists bombed a Bay Area genetics lab and released 10,000 mink in Washington.

and of course, the infamous: UNABOMBER

Perhaps Franklin Graham , the president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and international relief organization Samaritan’s Purse, put it best when he made this statement regarding the shootings and “political rhetoric”:

This weekend our nation experienced a horrible attack by a deranged man in Arizona. My thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families in their time of need and suffering.

As the American people grapple for answers to the question of how something as senseless as this shooting could happen, we need to be measured and cautious before we place blame.

Hasty accusations have already been made before much information is known and an investigation has occurred. I believe this is counterproductive and could in itself incite hatred. This is not a time for political opportunism.

Just because we disagree with someone from another political party does not mean we wish them harm. Furthermore, if something horrific happens to a person, it does not mean those who hold differing views are responsible for the actions of a disturbed individual.

What frightens me is that our country has accepted murder, violence and rape as entertainment that we see portrayed every day on TV, movies and video games. I agree with Sheriff Clarence Dupnik when he alluded to the fact that this country needs some serious soul searching. If we as a nation are not careful, we could see the destruction of the foundation upon which this nation was built.

Clearly our politicians and pundits on the left and right must also be careful. Their leadership and rhetoric must set an example for decency and civility.

My prayer is that God will put His loving arms around the families and victims in their time of loss and great suffering, and that they would sense His presence and comfort in their lives.

SHAME: Republicans shut down Tea Party because speaker was pro-marriage and anti-homosexuality

Posted in Tea Party with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on July 30, 2010 by saynsumthn

Tea Party shut down by “Log Cabin” Republicans
By Cao on 7/27/2010

In other words…the homosexual activists pretending to be Republicans attempted to interfered with Brian Camecker’s and others’ right to free speech and right to assemble- (this is a prime example as to why they are not republicans…they support the leftwing hate crimes BS)…as Per Mass Resistance:

The Tea Party scheduled for this Sunday afternoon July 25, on the historic Lexington Battle Green has been canceled.

The organizers were forced to cancel the event by “Republicans” sympathetic to the homosexual movement and hostile to the parents’ rights movement that exposes the taxpayer-supported homosexual agenda in the schools. The main speakers, prodded by a socially liberal Tea Party (and Republican) activist, announced that because Brian Camenker of MassResistance was also speaking, they would not participate.

The cancellation was first reported in the local newspaper, the Lexington Minuteman. Eric Dahlberg, a left-wing Republican candidate for State Senate, told the newspaper “Some consider MassResistance a hate group, I don’t want to be within a mile of an event that gives someone like that [Camenker] a stage.”

Unbelievably, Dahlberg was followed by most of the other “conservative” speakers for the event, who contacted Tea Party organizer Jesse Segovia and told him that they would not participate if Camenker was included!

MassResistance has been a Tea Party favorite

Needless to say, this attack came as a bit of a shock. Over the last several months Brian Camenker of MassResistance has been the main speaker at Tea Parties in South Boston, East Longmeadow, and Chicopee, as well as being invited by its organizer to an exclusive Tea Party breakfast with Sen. Scott Brown (back when he was still popular with Tea Partiers). At all of those speaking events, Camenker and MassResistance were received extremely well.

Sunday’s Lexington Tea Party was considered a fairly major event, and people that we know of had been planning to attend from as far away as western Massachusetts.
Phony “hate group” excuse

The so-called conservatives used the excuse that MassResistance has been called a “hate group” by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a far-left extremist group. The SPLC has also targeted major immigration reform groups, Christian groups, Glenn Beck, Rep. Ron Paul, Rep. Michelle Bachmann and the Tea Party movement itself. The SPLC has been widely discredited across the political spectrum for this kind of reckless and libelous activity. (See Item #2 below.)
Ironically, one theme of Sunday’s Lexington rally was to confront other phony “hate” charges — the NAACP’s absurd charges of racism and “bigotry” against the Tea Party movement.

( Editor’s Note- If they want to go by what the Southern Poverty Law Center says – look at the organizations SPLC calls “RACIST” who are connected to Planned Parenthood) Read: Planned Parenthood’s anti-immigration, population control eugenics supportersHere )

Rest of Story here

I wonder if the Republicans will also shut down Tea Party events which have this Michigan Tea Party leader who has said that the (eugenic founded) Planned Parenthood whose racist founder gave a Klan speech s/b allowed to teach in public schools as long as they can.

Hear it in his own words: Q Video to 21:35 and then listen to the back and forth with Gene Cam of the Southwest Michigan Tea Party Patriots as he says he thinks it would be okay for Planned Parenthood to teach in the schools if the Tea Party is allowed to.

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Cam explains how Michigan Tea Party members will look at ways to teach public school students the origins of the U.S. Constitution. He said the idea is not to promote the Tea Party’s political views.

What we’re afraid of is individuals really don’t know where liberty, freedom and their rights come from, how the Constitution was written, the pain that went through in the summer of 1787 to write that and get it approved,” Clem said during a taping of Michigan Public Television’s “Off the Record.

He acknowledged there would be resistance, but said Tea Party activists would ask individual school districts permission, adding, “You just go one-on-one.”
Clem said other organizations should also be allowed to give presentations in schools, such even labor unions or even Planned Parenthood.
I think if there is a perceived lack of understanding within any school system, anybody should be able to do that,” he said.

I ask you- is this Tea Party Leader that naive and uneducated that he doesn’t know that Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion clinic chain and is being accused of black genocide from abortion? Is he totally clueless about the history and agenda of Eugenic Founded Planned Parenthood whose founders were racist American Eugenics Society members who had dozens of invitations to meet with and speak to the KLAN ? Why would ANYONE say that type of group should be allowed to teach in the schools?

Hey- Gene Cam – get some nerve and get educated – NOT EVERYTHING is about MONEY you know- some things are about HUMAN LIFE !

Planned Parenthood sets-up shop in minority neighborhoods and this has been their agenda since the eugenics founders began the organization.

It is about BLACK GENOCIDE – get it !

Or … perhaps – maybe they do !

Watch this clip from the 2.5 hour documentary about Planned Parenthood’s BLACK GENOCIDE- called: Maafa21, then tell me why anyone TEA PARTY, Democrat, Black Panther, Conservative, Liberal, Republican , or Libertarian would think this Tea Party leader’s statement statement was in any way a smart one !

Also Read: Michigan Tea party aims to teach constitution in schools


Posted in Abortion, Anti-abortion, pro-choice, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , on January 28, 2010 by saynsumthn

Below Commentary is WELL STATED !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

John G. Winder , The Cypress Times
Published 01/28/2010 – 5:42 a.m. CST

No one has seen the ad yet it is already labeled as “hate”.

Focus on the Family has received approval from CBS to air an ad during this year’s Super Bowl which delivers a pro-life message. The ad features one famous face and his mother.

The back story is this: Pam Tebow and her husband were working as Christian missionaries in the Philippines in 1987. Pam became pregnant. Doctors at that time advised Pam to abort her child due to health reasons. She did not. She had a son, Heisman Trophy winning former Florida Gators football quarterback, Tim Tebow. This is the story that apparently Pam and Tim Tebow relate in the pro-life ad slated to run during the Super Bowl.

I say “apparently” because despite abortion group accusations that the ad is “un-American” and has a message of “hate”, no one has seen the ad yet.

Erin Matson, VP of N.O.W., says she objects to the airing of the ad because CBS (the television network carrying the Super Bowl) has a longstanding policy against airing controversial ads during the big game.

Ms. Matson says, “The abortion debate has no place in the Super Bowl. I organize abortion rights rallies all the time and I recognize how inappropriate it would be for me to sit in the stands with signs at the Super Bowl.”

I agree with Ms. Matson. That would be inappropriate. It would also be inappropriate for pro-life groups to sit in the stands with signs at the Super Bowl. However, the topic at hand is an ad on television, not someone holding a sign in the stands.

N.O.W. and other pro-abortion groups have written to CBS and urged the network to reject the ad. CBS executives have seen the script for the ad and are standing by their decision to air it.

“Our standards and practices process continues to adhere to a policy that ensures all ads on all sides of an issue are appropriate for air,” a CBS statement read.

The ad featuring the Tebow’s is produced and paid for (at prices averaging around $1.2 million per :30 second ad) by Focus on The Family.

Pro-Abortion group ChoiceUSA spokesperson Kierra Johnson called Focus on the Family an “Anti-American” and “Anti-Woman” group. She said the Focus on the Family ad featuring Tim Tebow and his Mom had an “un-American” message of “hate” that has no place in the Super Bowl. Again, Ms. Johnson has not seen so much as one second of the ad.

In many Christian circles, Focus on the Family is very well known. If you’re not familiar with the group founded by the Rev. James Dobson, here is how they describe themselves.

“Focus on the Family is a global non-profit Christian organization with a vision for healing brokenness in families, communities and societies worldwide through Christ. The purpose of the ministry is to strengthen, defend and celebrate the institution of the traditional family and to highlight the unique and irreplaceable role that it plays in God’s larger story of redemption.”

I can’t find a single “Anti-American”, “Anti-Woman”, “un-American” or hate-filled thought, ideal or word in any of that description.
Ms. Johnson also said that Focus on the Family was basically trying to pull a fast one by getting an ad in the Super Bowl that delivered a “one-sided” message.

I ask anyone who has ever watched a Super Bowl, or television in general for that matter, to please cite for me one single instance ever in the annals of advertising where an ad did not have a “one-sided” message.

“One-sided” message is the epitome of the definition of all advertising.
Will the Budweiser ads aired during the Super Bowl mention that Miller Beer is awesome, too. Will “Go Daddy” ads point out that there are a myriad of ways to acquire and register a URL and that many are cheaper than “Go Daddy”? Will Apple list the best attributes of the PC? You get the gist.

Let’s go back to the “H” word.

Abortion groups are calling Focus on the Family, and the ad, and by extension, Pam and Tim Tebow, purveyors of hate.


Have we dramatically changed the meaning of that word in our culture, or is it that we have so diluted the meaning of words that we now feel free to attach the most horrific words to anything with which we simply disagree?

Abortion is a volatile subject. Emotions run deep. It is literally a subject of life and death which echoes into eternity.

Even taking those visceral reactions into account, even considering the lifelong pain involved in the struggle between abortion and life, when did any opposition to abortion become hate speech?

When did we come to this awful place in our society and culture where an opposing viewpoint is automatically categorized as hate? According to this new way of conducting ourselves, if two people disagree then one, or perhaps both people, must therefore be involved in an expression of hate.

Or is it that only one of those two people carries the label of “Hate-monger”? And if it’s only one of the two, then who decides who is the hater? Does the majority decide? If anyone then puts voice to dissension, are they automatically peddling hate? That’s a slippery slope along which we are already sliding at break neck speed.

Here’s the deal. If disagreement now equates to hate, then we’re all hate mongers. No one individual agrees with every other individual all the time on every subject. So, if to disagree is to hate, then we are all haters.

According to groups like N.O.W. and ChoiceUSA, Focus on the Family is spreading “HATE” in defense of life. Yet no one has seen the content of the ad and no one knows the specifics of the ad’s message. They only know that the ad is pro-life.

Society accepts abortion. The U.S. Supreme Court has stamped the act with its seal of approval. So, to be the voice speaking out in support of life is now to be the voice of hate.

If defending the life of the unborn is now “hate”, then conversely we must assume that killing a baby in the womb is now “love”? Is that the message emanating from organizations like ChoiceUSA who make their money off of the death of millions of innocents? These are the people who have successfully changed the vernacular of the debate. We no longer have abortionists, we now have abortion “providers”.

Here’s a question to weigh. Why do the people at N.O.W., ChoiceUSA and abortion clinics all over the country fear the message of life? Even a message they haven’t even heard yet.

And another question, why does our country, which was founded on the courage of dissent, now so fear anything not considered mainstream, or going with the flow?