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Hillary Clinton silent on harvesting parts from aborted babies outspoken on doing it to Elephants

Posted in 2016 Presidential Race, Hillary clinton, Planned Parenthood Democrat Party with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 22, 2015 by saynsumthn

Hillary Clinton is an advocate for elephants, condemning the ivory trade which destroys the beautiful animals in order to thrive, but don’t call on her to speak out about the harvesting of human baby body parts by Planned Parenthood.

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Hillary is a huge supporter of Planned Parenthood and abortion rights and has remained quiet on recent under cover videos produced by The Center for Medical Progress which shows two (so far) top Planned Parenthood doctors haggling over the price they will get from organs they cut out of unborn babies, some as old as 17 weeks and older.

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In one video you can hear the Planned Parenthood abortionist describe how she will “crush above” and “crush below” the infant in the womb, to keep in tact the specific organ that “buyer” are requesting.

Despite the barbaric nature of what Planned Parenthood is doing, Hillary has remained eerily quiet, a point her female GOP rival, Carly Fiorina, was quick to point out.

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“Well, she hasn’t said a word,Fiorina told Bill O’Reilly.

Enter the elephants.

Despite the political symbol of the Republican Party being an elephant, Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is running for president as a Democrat, seems to have an infatuation with Elephants.

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In fact, Hillary recently narrated a documentary called, White Gold about the fascinating creatures.

In the trailer, Hillary can be heard saying, “Elephants are known to possess complex intelligence and most remarkably – they mourn their dead.”

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This pregnant cow was sprayed with bullets…” the pro-abortion Democrat says with shock in the film.

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The images are shocking and the story of the elephants needs to be told. But, why isn’t the story of unborn babies being told? Why does Hillary advocate for animals while promoting the slaughter of human babies in the womb?

“This is the ugly truth of the ivory trade,” Hillary says.

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Notice the graphic imagery here of this elephant’s parts being hacked off for profit.

Does anyone else see Hilary’s outspokenness on this and her silence on Planned Parenthood as a bit is hypocritical?

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Hillary Clinton is extremely pro-abortion, she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, supported the most radical abortion policies prior to the Obama administration.

In fact, at one point, Hillary proudly defended the gruesome Partial Birth Abortion procedure and in a speech she once congratulated the largest abortion lobby group in the nation, NARAL, calling abortion a “fundamental American value, and Freedom.”

Recently, Hillary defended late-term abortions, calling a ban on abortion after 20-Weeks, “Extreme and Unacceptable.”

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Ironically Hillary, also admitted that she admires the eugenic work of Planned Parenthood and even partnered with the Gates Foundation, also a proponent of eugenics and financier of abortion.

Given all this history on abortion, it seems obvious enough to me that Hillary’s silence on Planned Parenthood is not silence at all.

UPDATE 723/2015 : Late Thursday Hillary finally responded by – blaming the filmmakers.

From CNN:

“Planned Parenthood has apologized for the insensitivity of the employee who was taped and they will continue to answer questions for Congress and others,” Clinton said.

The former secretary of state said that she was aware of the videos, but “don’t have all the facts” about them.

For more than a century, Planned Parenthood has provided essential services for women,” Clinton said. “And I think it is unfortunate that Planned Parenthood had been the object of such a concerted attacks for so many years. It’s really is an attack against a women’s right to choose to make the most personal, difficult decisions that any woman would face based on her faith and the medical advice that she is given.”

Clinton added, “So I am hoping that this situation will not further undermine the very important services that planned parenthood provides across our country.”

Well…of course she does. Hillary wouldn’t want to be publicly defending this Nazi style operation while running as the world’s top leader now would she?

Black pro-lifer wins lawsuit against NAACP over abortion support

Posted in NAACP, Ryan Bomberger with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 22, 2015 by saynsumthn

REPUBLISHING from the Life Dynamics Blog –

An appeals court has ruled in favor of a Black pro-life organization which parodied the NAACP to expose their stance on abortion.

WE WIN!!!!” those are the words of Ryan Bomberger founder of the Radiance Foundation regarding his free speech lawsuit filed by the NAACP.

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4th Circuit Court of Appeals rules, unanimously, in our favor! This is a huge win for the First Amendment. The NAACP tried to crush our right to free speech but truth and justice prevailed,” Bomberger posted today.

The lawsuit, initially filed by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, better known by its acronym “NAACP” against Bomberger began after The Radiance Foundation, an organization Bomberger co-founded, published an article online entitled “NAACP: National Association for the Abortion of Colored People” which criticized the NAACP’s stance on abortion.

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The Radiance Foundation is a nonprofit organization focused on educating and influencing the public about issues impacting society. Radiance addresses social issues from a Christian perspective. It uses as its platform two websites, TheRadianceFoundation.org and TooManyAborted.com, where it posts articles on topics such as race relations, diversity, fatherlessness, and the impact of abortion on the black community.

The article, “NAACP: National Association for the Abortion of Colored People,” was posted by Radiance, and then picked up by Life News, exposing the NAACP’s ties to Planned Parenthood.

Shortly after the NAACP began to receive criticism for its position on abortion.

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Though the NAACP has often claimed to be neutral on abortion, Radiance maintains that the NAACP’s actions actually demonstrate support for the practice.

According to Life News, following the piece, the NAACP sent Bomberger, the Chief Creative Officer of the Radiance Foundation, and LifeNews a threatening letter claiming infringement on its name and logo for including it in the opinion column.

The letter, accused Bomberger and the Radiance Foundation, of “trademark infringement” and stated that while “you are certainly entitled to express your viewpoint, you cannot do so in connection with a name that infringes on the NAACP’s rights.

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A court then ruled that The Radiance Foundation engaged in trademark infringement after doing nothing more than posting an article online that parodied the NAACP’s name.

The Radiance Foundation, represented by Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) , then filed a declaratory judgment action in federal court, and in return, the NAACP filed counter-claims of “trademark infringement, dilution and confusion” for parodying the organization’s name in what the group describes as, “the NAACP’s documented pro-abortion position and actions.”

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After a bench trial, the district court found for the NAACP on all counterclaims and denied declaratory relief to Radiance. The district court issued a permanent injunction “against any use [by Radiance] of ‘National Association for the Abortion of Colored People’ that creates a likelihood of confusion or dilution. However, it declined to award any damages or attorney’s fees, as it found the NAACP had failed to make the case that they were warranted.

In the latest decision, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals found that the NAACP does not have actionable claims for trademark infringement here, and Radiance’s use of the NAACP’s marks falls squarely within the exceptions to trademark dilution specifically included in the Lanham Act to avoid encroaching on free speech rights.

In the context of trademark infringement, the Lanham Act’s purpose, as noted, is to protect consumers from misleading uses of marks by competitors,” the decision states.

The decision also points out that a trademark “only gives the right to prohibit the use of it so far as to protect the owner’s good
will against the sale of another’s product as his.

NAACP had held that because Radiance had a donate button on their website they were using the image for goods and services.

But, the appeals court wrote, “When the “use of the trademark does not imply sponsorship or endorsement of the product because the mark is used only to describe the thing, rather than to identify its source,” restricting speech does not serve the purpose of the Lanham Act.

“Indeed, criticism or parody of a mark holder would be difficult indeed without using the mark. Trademark protections exist neither to allow companies to protect themselves from criticism nor to permit them to “control language.”

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In finding that Radiance’s use of the NAACP’s marks was “in connection with” goods or services, the appeals court ruled that the district court erred in several respects, pointing out that Radiance used the NAACP’s marks only in the title and body of an article criticizing the NAACP.

The Appeals Court Wrote:

    Although present on the article page, the Donate button was off to the side and did not itself use the NAACP’s marks in any way. The billboard campaign was displayed on a different page altogether. A visitor likely would not perceive the use of the NAACP’s marks in the article as being in connection with those transactional components of the website. It is important not to lose perspective. The article was just one piece of each Radiance website’s content, which was comprised of articles, videos, and multimedia advocacy materials. That the protected marks appear somewhere in the content of a website that includes transactional components is not alone enough to satisfy the “in connection with” element. To say it was would come too close to an absolute rule that any social issues commentary with any transactional component in the neighborhood enhanced the commentator’s risk of Lanham Act liability.

The court addressed the issue of “confusion” that the Radiance parody of the NAACP caused as one over policy and not over goods, when it wrote, “trademark infringement is not designed to protect mark holders from consumer confusion about their positions on political or social issues. The evidence of “actual confusion” relied on by the district court consisted of phone calls to the NAACP by people who took issue with the NAACP supporting abortion. “[I]ndignation is not confusion,” at least not as pertains to trademark infringement, and at best the calls demonstrated confusion as to the NAACP’s policy positions rather than any good or service. Policy stances are neither goods nor services, though the means of conveying them may be.

The appeals court continued, “it is not immediately apparent how someone would confuse an article which is strongly critical of an organization with the organization itself. The mark in this case was used primarily to identify the NAACP as the object of Radiance’s criticism, resembling a descriptive or nominative fair use albeit by employing a modified version of the name.

As for the free speech aspects of Radiance’s parody of the NAACP the court writes:

    Whatever the label affixed to the article, Radiance’s twist on the famous moniker follows in the same vein as articles that refer to the NRA as the “National Republican Association” or the ACLU as the “Anti-Christian Lawyers Union.”

    Radiance’s ploy was nonetheless effective at conveying sharply what it was that Radiance wished to say. The implications for the likelihood of confusion factors are thus obvious: parody or satire or critical opinion generally may be more effective if the mark is strong and the satirical or critical version is similar to the original. The critical message conveyed by the satirical mark itself and in the commentary that follows ensures that no confusion about the source of the commentary will last, if in fact it is generated at all.

    In this case, the title related to and conveyed the subject of the article: the NAACP and Radiance’s views of its alleged stance on abortion. The use of the satirical modification of the true NAACP name was designed, as many titles are, to be eye-catching and provocative in a manner that induces the reader to continue on. We cannot find that use of the NAACP marks in the title of the Radiance article created a likelihood of confusion as to the piece’s authorship or affiliation.

The court then ruled in favor of Radiance writing, “In sum, and for the aforementioned reasons, the plaintiff’s expression in no way infringed upon or diluted defendant’s trademark rights. We hereby vacate the district court’s injunction and remand with directions that the defendant’s Lanham Act counterclaims be dismissed.”

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Ryan Bomberger says that now that the legal wranglings are over, he plans to continue to call the NAACP out on their stance regarding abortion.

“What an upside down world,” Ryan Bomberger told Life Dynamics in response to the decision.

In 2015 it’s radical to believe that every human life has purpose, and that we’re all equal. Along the way, the NAACP stopped believing this which would explain why they would spend over half a million suing us for accurately parodying their name: The National Association for the Abortion of Colored People. The U.S. 4th Circuit stopped that assault of the First Amendment and ruled in our favor. Not only will we continue to parody the NAACP’s name, we’ll continue relentlessly calling them out for supporting the violence of abortion and (the abject failure of) liberalism.”

Read the decision here.

We are incredibly grateful to ADF and our attorney, Chuck Allen, for defending what the NAACP claims to protect: our most basic civil rights,” Bomberger added.

In the documentary film, Maafa21, Life Dynamics also discusses the NAACP’s attitudes on abortion detailing how the organization tried to hide and prevent their convention goers from hearing about the abortion connection to black genocide.

One witness interviewed in the film states that ironically, the NAACP even went to the extent of using buses to block their demonstrations about black genocide in front of Cobal Hall.

Watch Maafa21 here.

Black pro-lifer “There comes a time when your silence means betrayal”

Posted in Black Conservative, Black Lives Matter, Black Pastor, Clenard Childress with tags , , , , , , on January 19, 2015 by saynsumthn

“There comes a time when your silence means betrayal, I will not betray the unborn….We will not stand down!” ~ Black prolife leader Clenard Childress (2013)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FApviMEeJFs #MLK

Alex Jones says globalist elite have big torpedoes headed toward Glenn Beck to try to discredit him

Posted in Alex Jones, Big Brother, Glenn Beck, Rockefeller, Soros, TSA with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 28, 2010 by saynsumthn

Obama’s silence on Chicago crime and Black Genocide gets a Gold !

Posted in Abortion, Black Crime, Black Genocide, Black Victims, Darwin, Eugenics, Hitler, Margaret Sanger, Nazi, Obama, Planned Parenthood, Population Control, Racism, Religion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 2, 2009 by saynsumthn

Obama’s silence on Chicago crime

BY: Ruben Navarrette Jr.

SAN DIEGO, California (CNN) — When his stint in the White House is over, President Obama might just learn that Thomas Wolfe was right. You can’t go home again.
Back in Obama’s adopted hometown of Chicago, Illinois, some members of the black community are incensed at the president for not personally speaking out about the murder of Derrion Albert, a 16-year-old boy who was beaten to death last week in a predominantly African-American neighborhood.

What really set them off was that Obama, in an awkward case of bad timing, instead flew to Copenhagen to pitch Chicago to the International Olympics Committee as the ideal city to host the games in 2016.

I think the critics are being too hard on Obama. Given how ambivalent he seems about Iran and how disinterested he appears in the rest of American foreign policy, it’s nice to see him get passionate about something.

The best Obama could do on Albert were weak comments from White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, and only then in response to a question from a reporter, not as part of a formal statement. The president found the video of the beating “chilling,” Gibbs assured us.

Too many young people have become desensitized to violence. This scourge doesn’t discriminate. Today, it’s a videotaped beating of an African-American kid in the inner city by other African-Americans. Yesterday, it was a videotaped beating of a white teenage girl in the suburbs by other white teenage girls.
The beating in Chicago was fatal — and particularly grotesque. An outraged African-American man standing at the site of the beating told CBS News that what had happened there days earlier was an act of “savagery.”

Watching the video, it’s hard to find a better word. We see a melee involving about 50 teenagers that took place near Fenger High School, where Albert was an honors student. We see Albert being hit on the head by another boy from behind with a long wooden board later identified by authorities as a splintered railroad tie.
We see Albert falling to the ground, and when he stands up, we see him punched in the face by a second boy. We see Albert fall again, get up, and return to the floor after getting hit again by a third boy with another board. Then we see a fourth boy stomping on top of Albert’s head. He doesn’t get up.

Prosecutors have charged four teenagers age 16 to 19 with first-degree murder and police say they are looking for three more who were involved in the melee.
This crime is outrageous and heartbreaking. Obviously, if convicted, the four teenagers deserve to spend the rest of their lives behind bars. But what is broken here can’t be fixed by harsh punishment alone.

We’ve raised a generation of predators, one that is willing to kill for a good time. Too many parents have dropped the ball, too many communities are overly permissive, and too many young people think about how random acts of brutality can destroy people’s lives.

There is plenty for Obama to say about this tragedy in the Windy City. And the longer the president waits before he starts talking, the more damage he does to his reputation, even among some of his most ardent supporters.

Judging from what’s being said on talk radio, Web sites and blogs frequented by residents of Chicago, the fact that Obama put the Olympics ahead of responding to the breakdown of the social order in Chi-Town is a slap in the face.

Just yesterday, a self-identified African-American called into “The Rush Limbaugh Show” and complained about how Obama flew off to “a foreign country” while black kids in Chicago are being consumed by violence. The caller wondered when other African-Americans were going to realize that Obama wasn’t like them, because he’s an elitist living an extraordinary life and breathing rarified air.

That sentiment was all over black-oriented blogs. One blogger wrote: “More children died violent deaths in Chicago this year than in any other city in America. But all Obama cares about is bringing the Olympics to a city where basic services like water, sanitation and power often don’t work. … If Chicago does win the bid there will be plenty of police and National Guard on hand to protect the international visitors. That’s more than they are willing to do for their own residents.

I scrolled through a few dozen posts from readers, some contemptuous of how Obama has been silent about Albert’s murder. Clearly, secondhand comments from the White House press secretary aren’t going to cut it.

In fact, someone compared Obama’s reaction to this societal problem to how he reacted to another one a while back, racial profiling. The person wrote: “u all think that Derrion Albert’s mother will be invited to the White House for beer?”

That stings. The Olympics might be headed to Chicago in 2016, but will the Obamas be there to greet them? When they leave the White House, they might decide to steer clear of Chi-Town and take up residence somewhere else. I hear Hawaii is nice.

Ruben Navarrette Jr. is a nationally syndicated columnist and a regular contributor to CNN.com</em

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Obama is also silent on BLACK GENOCIDE as proved in a new documentary about how the Elitists are trying to exterminate African Americans. The film is called: Maafa21 and here is the trailer: