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Ignorant Americans Sign Petition to “Keep the Police State”

Posted in Communist, Ignorance, Police State with tags , , , on October 22, 2013 by saynsumthn

Planned Parenthood supporters sign petition for after birth 4th trimester abortion

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More than 170 Leaders from 21 Countries Sign World Congress of Families Kenya Pro-Life Petition

Posted in Kenya with tags , , , , , , on July 21, 2010 by saynsumthn

Supporting The “No” Campaign — Kenyans Opposed To Pro-Abortion Constitution
Contact: Don Feder, World Congress of Families
WASHINGTON, July 21 /Christian Newswire/ — With just two weeks to go until Kenyans vote on a new Constitution, World Congress of Families Managing Director Larry Jacobs announced the conclusion of a successful petition drive “In Support Of The ‘No’ Campaign — Kenyans Opposed To The Pro-Abortion Constitution.”

In less than a week, the Congress gathered signatures from more than 170 pro-life and pro-family leaders in 21 countries. Signers include former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, Former Boston Mayor and Vatican Ambassador Ray Flynn and Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, as well as current or former members of the parliaments of Britain, Australia and the European Union, and the Congresses of Poland and the Philippines.

Organizations whose leaders are represented include: Endeavour Forum (Australia) — Alliance for Romania’s Families — Christian Legal Centre (U.K.) — Family Values Organization (U.K.) — Priests for Life — Population Research Institute — National Federation of Orthodox Pro-Life Associations from Romania — Family Watch International — Tradition, Family and Property — Parents Forum Switzerland — Concerned Women for America — Alliance Defense Fund — The Family Network (Mexico) — Action for the Family (Belgium) — Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute — International Council of Catholic Men — Spanish Federation of Pro-Life Organizations — Spanish Pro-Life Association – Right to Life Spain — REAL Women of Canada — Lutherans for Life (Latvia) — Human Life International — Women for Life International — Catholics for the Common Good — United Families International — Heartbeat International — Liberty Counsel — Americans United for Life — National Right to Life Committee — Marriage and Family Centre (Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney, Australia) — Filipino Family Fund — Silent No More Campaign — Christian Heritage Party of Canada — Religious Freedom Coalition — The Free Synod of The Church of Sweden — — Malta Unborn Child Movement — (Speak Out, Spain) — The Justice Foundation — The John Paul II Movement for The Family (Mexico), Family and Society (Mexico) — Latin American Alliance for the Family – The Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society — March of Repentance (U.K.) — Life Legal Defense Foundation — American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists — American Alliance of Jews and Christians — Association for the Defense of Christian Values (Italy) — Doctors Health Initiative (Nigeria) — African Anti-Abortion Coalition/Global Po-Life Alliance — Eagle Forum — Foundation for African Cultural Heritage — Institute for Judaism and Civilization (Melbourne, Australia) — Fr. Piotr Skarga Institute (Poland) — Campaign Life Coalition (Canada) — Vision America Action — International Right to Life Federation — Association for the Family (Congo) — Forum of Polish Women — Friends of Human Life Club (Poland) — Catholic Families for America — Zhin Pro-Life Centers (Russia) — United for Life (Guatemala) — Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission — The Beverly LaHaye Institute — Focus on The Family — Family Talk — Charismatic Episcopal Church for Life — Traditional Values Coalition — John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family (East Melbourne, Australia) –Women for Life Taiwan — Torah Jews for Decency — Rabbinical Alliance of America — Human Life International, Nigeria — Catholic Laity Council, Nigeria — National Institute of Family Life Advocates — Anglicans for Life — Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (U.K.) — and Happy Home Foundation (Nigeria).
Jacobs observed: “Kenyans are literally fighting for the hope and future of their nation — the lives of unborn children. The Constitution, which will be voted on by Kenyans on August 4, includes language which overturns current Kenyan law prohibiting abortion except to save the mother’s life. It would allow abortion when the mother’s ‘health’ is affected by a continuation of pregnancy. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines “health” to include ‘complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.’ Thus, Section 26 of the proposed Constitution sets up a mechanism for unrestricted abortion on demand at any time during pregnancy.”
Africa has been targeted by international population control groups for legalized abortion despite a 47% drop in Kenyan fertility and projections that show a declining population in the next 50 years. It’s reported the Obama administration has spent over $23 million to promote the pro-abortion Constitution and open the door to killing black babies throughout Africa.

Jacobs: “We urge the people of Kenya to carefully consider the consequences of this fatal move, which could be the first step on a road the West has followed, leading to one-quarter of all pregnancies in the U.S. ending in abortion. Once again, the legacy of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood is revealed with their racist agenda to eliminate black Africans. The history of 21st Century black genocide from abortion is chronicled in the documentary movie, Maafa21 (”

Click here for the text of the Petition and a full list of signers and affiliations.

World Congress of Families V was held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 10-12, 2009. World Congress of Families VI is planned for 2011/2012. For More information on the Congress, go to To schedule an interview with Managing Director Larry Jacobs, contact Don Feder at 508-405-1337 or

The World Congress of Families (WCF) is an international network of pro-family organizations, scholars, leaders and people of goodwill from more than 60 countries that seek to restore the natural family as the fundamental social unit and the ‘seedbed’ of civil society (as found in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948). The WCF was founded in 1997 by Allan Carlson and is a project of The Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society in Rockford, Illinois ( To date, there have been five World Congresses of Families — Prague (1997), Geneva (1999), Mexico City (2004) and Warsaw, Poland (2007). The fifth World Congress of Families was held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, August 10-12, 2009 ( and

Clerics call for state to ax Planned Parenthood cash

Posted in Abortion, Anti-abortion, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Black Pastor, Defund Planned Parenthood, Maafa21, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 19, 2010 by saynsumthn

The Virginia Pilot Reports:

February 19, 2010

Standing with conservative legislators, a group of clergy declared “war” on Planned Parenthood and urged Gov. Bob McDonnell and other top Virginia Republicans to aid their crusade.

At a news conference Thursday, members of the Virginia Christian Alliance asked lawmakers to strip Planned Parenthood of any state funding.

They object to abortions provided by the health care organization, which they say promotes promiscuity and targets minorities to terminate pregnancies.

Dean Nelson accused Planned Parenthood of “unethical, immoral and racist practices,” including ethnic genocide of blacks and other minorities.

Nelson, executive director for the Network of Politically Active Christians, dubbed the group “Klan Parenthood,” saying it locates clinics in minority communities…

McDonnell has pledged to go after any state money Planned Parenthood receives.
In addition to objecting to Planned Parenthood’s abortion services, opponents ascribed “malevolent” motives to the group.

Rest of Story – Here

Virginia’s top three elected officials — all Republicans — expressed support Thursday for an effort by religious leaders to eliminate any state money that goes to Planned Parenthood, a health care organization that provides abortions.

Here are some responses from their offices:
Lieutenant Governor Bolling does not believe that public funds should be used to pay for abortions, nor does he believe that public funds should be used to support organizations that provide abortions, such as Planned Parenthood. In fact, in 2007 the Lieutenant Governor cast the deciding vote in the Senate to withhold public funds from Planned Parenthood. His position has not changed.”

Ibbie Hedrick, spokeswoman for Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling
Attorney General Cuccinelli supports withholding state funds for Planned Parenthood. It is Constitutional for state money to go to third party contractors, but just because it is Constitutional does not mean that it is a good policy and state funding of Planned Parenthood is a bad policy. Attorney General Cuccinelli supports the overall goal of this group, but does not plan to sign a petition.” Dan Dodds, spokesman for Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli

The petition referred to in the response from Cuccinelli’s office is a document the religious consortium is circulatng.

Among its prominent signatories are Virginia Beach-based religious broadcaster Pat Robertson and Jonathan Falwell, son of Liberty University founder Jerry Falwell.

Another noteworthy public figure who plans to sign the petition is Gov. Bob McDonnell, a spokeswoman for the governor said Thursday evening.

Del. Robert Marshall said Planned Parenthood receives $500,000 per year in state funding. The group disputes that figure, saying it only receives Medicaid reimbursements for about 1,000 women, some of which is state dollars.

For a better look into Planned Parenthood get a copy of the film: Maafa21 (Clip Below)

Petition Launched: Support CBS’s Decision to Air Tim Tebow Super Bowl Ad

Posted in Abortion, Anti-abortion, NFL, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , on February 1, 2010 by saynsumthn

Note: Click here to sign the petition to support CBS and its decision to air the Tim Tebow Super Bowl ad. To join the Facebook page to Support the Tim Tebow Ad, click here.

January 28, 2010 ( – Pro-life forces are responding swiftly to the fierce pro-abortion campaign that is being waged against Focus on the Family’s pro-life ad featuring football superstar Tim Tebow, which is set to air on CBS during the Super Bowl on Feb. 7.

In the past few days, pro-abortion groups have generated over 120,000 letters to CBS, NFL, and Super Bowl advertising executives, asking that they scrap the ad, which has yet to be unveiled. Other pro-abortion organizations have generated thousands more.

In response, a petition was launched today by LSN, whereby pro-lifers can express support to CBS for its decision to air the ad, and exhort the network not to cave to pressure to drop the ad. The names of those who sign the petition will be forwarded on to CBS executives. (To sign the petition, click here)

At the same time, another pro-life group, the Susan B. Anthony List, has launched an effort aimed at supporting the Tebow family during the controversy. Via the ‘Block Hard for Tim Tebow’ website, pro-lifers can send messages of encouragement to Tim and his family to let them know that the pro-life movement is standing behind them.

The Focus on the Family ad is expected to feature the story of how Tebow’s mother refused to abort him despite being advised to do so by physicians for health reasons. Pam Tebow eventually gave birth to a perfectly healthy baby, who has gone on to become one of the most-recognized sports stars in America.

Despite its hopeful message, the ad has infuriated pro-abortion forces, who argue that it is tantamount to revoking women’s “right to choose.” On Wednesday, a number of pro-abortion groups launched an all-out campaign to pressure CBS into cancelling the ad.

“CBS needs to hear the voices of those who support life and family as well,” said LSN editor, John-Henry Westen. “Therefore LSN is launching this petition addressed to CBS, asking them not to cave in to pressure to pull the Focus on the Family ad.”

In a recent press release Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life commented on the war over the ad. “Why should it bother people who call themselves pro-choice if women watch Pam Tebow and her son Tim on Super Bowl Sunday and freely decide to choose life? Would fewer abortions be a bad thing?” he asked.

“As for the argument that the ad should not be shown because it is divisive, since when do we broadcast only things on which the American people all agree? In that case, the Super Bowl itself could not be broadcast.”

Westen added, “The pro-life leadership is already stepping forward to support the ad. Now it’s up to the pro-life rank and file to defend the Tebows and the right for their story to be told, whether or not pro-aborts would rather that they were silenced.”

Click here to sign the “Petition to CBS in Support of their Decision to Air the Tim Tebow Super Bowl Ad”