Saturday, April 07, 2012

Abortion is Murder, 9-18, April, 2012

Formerly Stop the Killing of Young People (skyp) and soon, perhaps, “Contraception” is Murder.

April, 2012, Vol. 9 No. 18
PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603
Phone, 484-706-4375
Circulation, 231
John Dunkle, Editor

Abortion is Murder, a weak, pathetic response to baby murder, is sent out at least once a month. If the gestapo hasn’t jailed you for defending the innocent realistically, you either have to tell me you want it or go to the website. Faxes and emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs, $700 for others.
Because I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect those being tortured to death, I want to hear from people who’ve been forceful and from those who defend them. I’d also like to hear from those prolifers and pro-deathers who call force violence.

Prisoners for Christ:

1. Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180, USP McCreary, P.O. Box 3000, Pine Knot, KY 42635
2. Gibbons, Linda, Vanier WDC, 655 Martin St., P.O. Box 1040, Milton, ON, Canada L9T 5E6
3. Griffin, Michael 310249, 5914 Jeff Ates Rd., Milton, FL 32583-0000
4. Jordi, Stephen 70309-004, FCI P.O. Box 33, Terre Haute IN 47802 6/30
5. Knight, Peter James, P.O. Box 376, Laverton, Victoria, Australia
6. Kopp, James 11761-055, USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, 3057 Easton Tpk., Waymart, PA 18472
7. Little, David SJRCC, 930 Old Black River Road, Saint John, NB E2J 4T3
8. Moose, Justin 27494-057 FCI Talladega, P.O. Box 1000, Talladega, AL 35160
9. Richardson, Alonzo Lee 12898-021, CCM, 716 McDonough Blvd. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315
10. Roeder, Scott P. 65192, PO Box 2, Lansing Kansas 66043
11. Rogers, Bobby Joe 0202B, PO Box 17800
Pensacola, Florida 32522
12. Rudolph, Eric 18282-058 US Pen. Max, Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500
13. Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A, P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093 3/31
14. Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, United States Penitentiary, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg PA 17837

Even though it’s a shameful sin to abandon defenseless victims to their attackers, it’s a far worse sin when you attempt to pass the blame for that sin onto God by claiming that’s what he wanted you to do. And that’s precisely what so many people have done with their rejection of God’s clear and sensible instructions to defend the defenseless, and with their pretenses and fake excuses for rejecting those instructions. Pride is a terrible thing when it leads you to deny your own sin and instead say that God sinned. Peter James Knight

The more we delve into the reason for our forty-plus years of legal child killing, the more we realize that its root is not in abortion at all but in “contraception”! Pagans have always gone along with various forms of murder, but not Christians; i.e., until the Lambeth Conference in 1930. Within ten years, then, most non-Catholic Christians had accepted murder-in-the-womb and within twenty Catholics had too.
Look here at what the Washington Post of all papers (3/23/31) had to say about this conference which had just OK’d mutual masturbation:

It is impossible to reconcile the doctrine of the divine institution of marriage with any modernistic plan for the mechanical regulation or suppression of human birth. The church must either reject the plain teachings of the Bible or reject schemes for the “scientific” production of human souls. Carried to its logical conclusion, the committee’s report if carried into effect would sound the death-knell of marriage as a holy institution, by establishing degrading practices which would encourage indiscriminate immorality. The suggestion that the use of legalized contraceptives would be “careful and restrained” is preposterous.

That’s the Post, folks, not the Pope!

Go to Pat Richard’s March 4 column on the blog if you want to see a neat picture. About two dozen killers and their helpers are standing on the front steps of the Supreme Court, the place where seven perverts gave us permission to begin the Holocaust that quickly made insignificant all previous Holocausts – in five years we’d killed more than Hitler, in fifteen more than Stalin, and after forty we’re still at it.
I’d love to get a copy of that picture, and back in the days I bet Pat might even have sent it to me. But I can’t go there to ask him because his henchwoman, Elena Carvin, wouldn’t stop editing me, and that could have gotten dangerous.
Maybe one of you could ask for me?


I’ve been giving it to the Catholics good lately so I’m glad to see someone giving it to the Protestants. I’ll just add that these days we Catholics are Pietists too.

The Destructive Influence of Pietism Today in American Society by Pastor Matt Trewhella

Many in American Christianity like to use great swelling words about revival – “a national revival” – as being the only means whereby the ills of our nation will be reversed or cured. But I submit to you, that even if there were a great revival in this nation, we would not see any of the change in the hearts of men translated into a change in America’s laws.
The reason there would be no change is because American Christianity is rooted in and wed to Pietism. Pietism, as a movement, originated in the late 17th century, and was what some saw as a reaction to the cold orthodoxy that had settled in 150 years after the Reformation started. Pietists viewed Christianity as being prevalent within Western culture, but believed they saw little of it evident in people’s personal lives.
Pietism therefore went to the other extreme and taught that Christianity should only affect the personal. Pietists believe Christianity or God’s Law has no place for the governance of society. They view involvement in pubic policy matters to be “unspiritual.” Hence, Pietists are constantly preoccupied with checking their motives, and listening to countless sermons on inter-personal relationships and self-improvement techniques.
Pietism was developed amongst the Lutherans, impacted the Calvinists, and became prevalent amongst the Baptists. Pietism went on to infect every area of Christianity. Present day American Christianity is Pietism.
We are now seeing, in our day, the results of a Pietistic Christianity. Because the Pietists retreated from the culture, the institutions of the culture have been annexed and overtaken by pagan men. So thoroughly have they routed Christianity that their current mopping up efforts consist of not allowing Christmas to any longer be called “Christmas.”
The Pietist, who has continually retreated for over 200 years, has now made his stand there in defense of Christmas, not realizing that it is his form of Christianity that has brought us to this point.
And this is my point -- even if there were a great revival, there is no theological means within present day American Christianity whereby biblical morality could become public policy. There has to be a fundamental change in the form of Christianity in America in order to see it happen.
American Christianity not only has no desire to see the law of God fleshed out in American jurisprudence – it is literally incapable of doing so.
We have been skating on the coattails of Christian men who established what is known as Western Civilization for over 200 years now. The “rule of law” for nearly 1500 years has been God’s Law in Western Civilization, not by chance, but because Christian men made it so. We are now witnessing the collapse of the “rule of law” in our day. We can thank the Pietists, in all their spiritual pride and Gnosticism, for it.
The Pietist hates God’s Law as much as the pagan. The Pietist and the pagan have something they agree upon – their mutual hatred of God’s Law in society. The pagan hates it because of his rebellion. The Pietist hates it because of his religion. The result is a mutually assured destruction of the culture.
Scholar and historian, Steven Ozment, in his book Protestants: Birth of a Revolution, said that the Protestant Reformers understood that “Reform that existed only in pamphlets and sermons, and not also in law and institutions, would remain a private affair, confined to all intents and purposes within the minds of preachers and pamphleteers.”
But present day American Christianity is perfectly content for it to “remain a private affair,” hence the malaise in our culture. True Christianity understands that it’s not an either/or – rather – it understands true Christianity benefits individual men and is a benefit to nations.
Pietism is why The Barna Group recently found that 80% of Christians do not know how to apply their Christianity to their everyday life. This is because Pietism fragments everything between the so-called “spiritual” and the “unspiritual,” and thinks God’s Word doesn’t have anything to say about law, government, economics or education, which results in the individual Pietist conforming to every area of American life because he views Christianity as not being applicable to his everyday life and every area of life.
I recently received a flyer in my mailbox from a “bible-believing” church which invited me to hear a “sermon series” about “tension.” This is all Pietistic Christianity has to offer the nation – and this is what one’s Christianity is reduced to by Pietism – a therapy for tension.
Christian men of old saw things far differently. They believed the civil authorities should “kiss the Son, lest He be angry” (Psalm 2:10-12). They sought to win the magistrates of their day to Christ or to at least respect His rule. They understood that the law of God in society was needed, and that civil government was supposed to be a picture of God’s justice and glory in the earth, causing men to consider matters of eternal salvation.
We are not talking about a socio-political utopia here, as the nature of man forbids it. I can assure you however that when Christian men of old found themselves in a dire situation, they didn’t open up their prophesy charts and begin to examine them. Rather, they picked up their Bibles and looked to construct a Christian society. May the Lord grant us the grace to do likewise.

When I first read this, I thought Pastor Matt had to be Catholic, but then I learned he has eleven kids!

Stop Being Deceived!
By Cathy Ramey

I recall the frequent debates in the 1980s and '90s.
People were picketing outside abortion facilities, blocking doors, and counseling the abortion-bound not to have their babies killed. The subsequent arrests of Christians and the suing of these protesters (abuse of the legal system on the part of the abortion industry to stop all protest) was front-page news.
Religious leaders often counseled the community of faith to avoid such public conflict; It was the "unsaved" who were having their children destroyed, so they argued, and the Church had no authority over the "unsaved." (This unbiblical "chirp" was repeated even long after it was proven that "christians" too were having their unborn killed.)
“When they tell us we have to participate in abortion, then the Church will need to respond and resist," many leaders said.
Actually, the demand of participation was there, but too subtle for most busy pastors and elders and theologians to plumb. In haste too many concluded that Christian protesters were being wooed away from "The Main Thing." The main thing was to be preaching and evangelizing, handing out "Four Spiritual Laws" brochures, instead of those distasteful tracts that featured photos of the unsightly unborn dead.
(Christians, it was thought, were to persuade the public of the holocaust surrounding babies by sending sweet-william flowers to their opposition and bruising their knees in the dark silence of their own personal prayer closets. To be so public was, frankly, an embarrassment to many local congregations, and then there was the disturbing question as to how congregations ought to "minister" to a brother or sister in jail, or stuck in a courtroom for weeks at a time as a result of being arrested and sued.)
The resolution was often to say, "We've got a clear line in the sand; when churches are mandated to actively support abortion, well, then we will not hesitate to stand our ground!"
In point of fact, many, many churches were already powerfully about the business of partnering with the abortion industry; they just couldn't stand to see it, not even when protesters marched outside their own doors.
"Don't bother me with facts," was the message given out. In response to brochures educating on "birth control products" (BCPs), church leaders advised ignoring the ones handing out leaflets and holding signs on the sidewalk just outside their hallowed properties.
My good friend Paul was one of those marching outside on Sunday mornings. He could tell you about the task of picking up crumpled, tossed, even torn brochures; about elders "reaching out" by threatening to have him arrested for his use of "their" public sidewalk. He could relate the times he was physically threatened and ordered to "go away"; told he was an agent of Satan, surely among the worst of the "unsaved" and deserving all the punishments of hell.
The Church has fought long and hard to isolate itself from American culture, so much so that we live in an increasingly dark and unsavory nation. The churches forgot that it is the unsaved of society, the ones most likely to embrace the horrors of sin as a sort of medal of honor, who need them the most. It catered to those folks willing to consider forms of righteousness and enter its doors.
But its isolationism has included wearing blinders about the secret acts of abortion carried on within its own walls. In point of fact, it is probably fair to say that most non-Catholic (and some Catholic) churches routinely, unwittingly "counsel" those getting married to, in essence, abort freely --use "birth control" for the first few years while these couples "get to know each other better without the added responsibility of children."
Do you understand that "Birth Control Pills," implants and devices act, at least part of the time, to abort an unborn child, even before the mother knows she is pregnant?
If you would like a good primer on this, go to where Randy Alcorn does an outstanding job of making sense of what has often been perceived to be a "difficult issue." (Also see
If you understand now how BCPs work, do you realize that whether you are part of a religious business or own a private business, Obama is mandating through a new HHS law that you carry insurance that will cover (abortifacient) "birth control" for all employees. In the narrowest of circumstances, the insurer may charge the "insured" individual for those weapons of child-abolition, but churches are to grease-the-skids to make it easier for employees to beat off the big-bad-baby. Insurance policies will have to include the "service" of destroying life as part of any plan.
Read the news:
Do you understand this is not "just a Catholic issue" as so often portrayed in the media? (
That there are millions of Christians, not just Catholics, in the U.S. who choose to reject "birth control" products for a variety of both religious ( and health reasons?;
This is a test:
Can you discern a lie when confronted, soothed and persuaded to let government take its course?
Media reports stated, "Obama said Friday he had heard those objections and moved to exempt “religious organizations” from paying for contraceptives if they have a “religious objection.” Instead, insurers will be responsible for providing this coverage, which over time should add little or nothing to their costs. That is the case, officials said, because preventing a pregnancy saves money in health care costs. 'Religious organizations won't have to pay for these services, and no religious institutions will have to provide these services directly,' the president said."
So just maybe some Catholic churches get a pass on the law, while "Protestant," non-Catholic, Christian churches will find they have failed to meet the exemption. Christian business men and women will find there is no exemption for them. You see, if you have not declared vociferously, doctrinally long and hard, both in speech and in writing, that you are religiously opposed to what society calls "birth control," you haven't a "religious" leg to stand on, from Obama's perspective.
There is still time to engage on this front, but churches and church members need to get involved. It is not enough to have a statement of concern hidden in your employee policies and procedures. All of us need to express zero-tolerance for killing any child. This includes the nascent life of a child whose gestational development is as a zygote, an embryo, or a fetus. These small humans are made in God's image and likeness, every bit as much as are the warm bodies sitting in church pews on Sundays, Wednesdays, Saturday or any day that church doors are open.
Syncretism with injustice is extremely dangerous. The net result of ignoring this evil law will be that both God and government will have no use for churches any longer. The survival rate of His image will be no different inside those doors than it is outside those doors. Churches may go on kidding themselves into thinking it is only the saving of "spiritual" life that matters, but as they choose to lose their distinctions apart from a fallen world, they will, in effect, hammer their own doors soundly shut.
Check out:;;
Are you wanting to become part of the opposition to Obama's HHS mandate on providing "birth control" through insurances to employees?;

E-mail me if you read the materials I've offered and still don't understand how it is that BCPs kill.

Here’s Jimbo’s latest:

Dear John, The peace of the Lord be with you forever, but especially today!
I wanted to write about our seagulls here.
By some fluke of ice, snow, wind and cloud cover, now and then seagulls come to our yard, though we are hundreds of miles from any ocean or Great Lake.
I must confess I got a kick out of watching the guards watch us as we tossed bread up in the air to see if the gulls would catch it in mid-air. (They did. They were hungry.)
You could just hear the guards’ thoughts: “ . . . there’s gotta be a law against this . . . those inmates are having way too much fun feeding those gulls . . .”
[sidenote: feeding seagulls in a federal prison violates 13 U.S. Codes, laws, statutes, or directives . . . until Obamacare kicks in, when it will violate 1,762.]
. . . back to the gulls
They aren’t afraid of anybody, and they jump right in there and flail away to get a bit of bread.
After awhile I couldn’t help but notice: the European Starlings, who are usually huge bullies against the milder pigeons and sparrows, were scared to death of the gulls. They stood off to the side and shivered with fear while the more laconic doves and sparrows wandered in close, for crumbs.
How long will the baby sparrows have to wait until a champion comes along, someone straightforward (Dietrich Bonheoffer’s word . . .) enough to make the tormentors, torturers, and Frankenstein & de Sade-like dismemberers of children to be afraid? How long?
. . . It’s a corny movie about Air Force One (Executive . . . something) but it starts with a great speech by the President (Harrison Ford) saying, “We’re tired of being afraid. It’s time for terrorists to be afraid.”
Who will make child dismemberers be afraid? When?
Cardinal Chaput, in 2008, in a challenge to Obama, told him, “If you try to force us to do abortions, we’ll shut down our Catholic hospitals.”
Obama, “Oh yeah? I’ll take them over.”
The Cardinal, a good guy, doesn’t get it. Obama can take them over.
Here’s a thought – Your Eminence, order all Philly RCs, under pain of sin, to refuse to pay taxes until Obamacare is off the table.
Be a seagull.
Step up.
And don’t worry.
If it doesn’t work, we will always know that it just means . . .
It’s too Late.
Your prayers are Too Late.
Your piety is Too Late.
Your red hat is Too Late.
US Prolifers are Too Late.
We’re all Too Late for fifty-five million kids, and at this rate we’ll be Too Late for the next fifty-five million.
Be a gull, dammit.
It’s not rocket science.

It’s not even hard compared to the energy of making all the lame excuses fake Catholics make to try to explain why able-bodied men can’t protect a child the size of a sparrow.
17 March St. Patrick

Another magnificent piece, but Jimbo is calling for the impossible here. About as many would refuse to pay taxes as now refuse to use “contraceptives,” another “under pain of sin” mandate.

Pat Richard’s March 11 column on the blog is in the “sure-Hitler-killed-lots-of-people-but-he-got-the-trains-to-run-on-time” vein. Sometimes Pat gets tired.

Still, as I keep telling you, of all those who rationalize the killing of young people, Pat’s the most literate and the most honest. Some might say – the best of a bad lot.


Sandra Fluke: Get Out of My Uterus, But Buy Stuff for It
by Kristen Walker

I worry about my health a lot. Not because I’m unhealthy, but because I’m a hypochondriac. I don’t imagine symptoms, but when I do have symptoms, I became immediately and irrevocably convinced that they are cancer. Thanks, WebMD!
Most recently, back in October, I found a tiny red welt on my right breast. WebMD told me that I almost definitely had inflammatory breast cancer–a particularly aggressive strain. I called my boyfriend in the middle of the night and made him talk to me until the sun came up, so scared I was shaking all over. I thought of nothing but my imaginary cancer for three full days, until the red spot went away. My friend Destiny texted me regularly to ask how my cancer was doing. She and my mom and my boyfriend found my terror hilarious, but I don’t think they realized its depth.
I was completely sure that I had inflammatory breast cancer. I was even starting to cope with my imminent diagnosis.
It is not my intention to make light of breast cancer. To the contrary. I have nothing but sympathy and respect for people who struggle with real cancer. I was in a state of abject misery over my imaginary cancer, so I can’t even imagine what it must be like when it’s not imaginary.
In any case, this is a pattern with me. I have been sure I was having a stroke about a dozen times in my life, when it turns out I was just really tired. I’ve had imaginary heart attacks, blood clots, pulmonary embolisms, and tumors.
I’ve finally broken myself of this bad habit of faux health crises with the simple solution of no longer googling my symptoms, and staying away from WebMD.
But you can imagine my relief when I discovered that someone has recently come into the public eye who also suffers from the embarrassing condition of imaginary health problems.
Sandra Fluke, the suddenly famous (or infamous, depending on who you talk to) Georgetown law student who publicly lamented the lack of free contraceptives available to women on campus, also seems to have created a health care crisis out of nothing.
Just like the tiny red spot on my chest was not inflammatory breast cancer, Fluke’s lack of freebies is not a health care issue. It is nothing. She could get birth control pills or condoms for cheap or free at lots of different places: Planned Parenthood, other women’s clinics, publicly funded health clinics, regular old doctor’s offices, etc.
She doesn’t want free or cheap contraception from anywhere, though. She wants free or cheap contraception provided by a Catholic university. It’s not about access. It’s about forcing Catholics to do what she thinks they should do. She’s been in the news for days now talking about the tragedy of turning “women’s health” into a “political football,” when she is doing exactly that.
For all their fuming that we want to intrude into their sex lives, they sure are inviting us in, aren’t they? “U.S. out of my uterus! Oh, except, buy me stuff for my uterus!”
Funny story. Stop me if you’ve heard it. It’s last Thursday, and Congress is holding a hearing on the HHS contraception mandate in Obamacare. (You may have heard a whisper or two about this issue). They want an unknown Georgetown co-ed to testify, but they turn in her name too late to undergo the standard vetting period. So, Pelosi and the gang set up a press conference and stage it to look like a Congressional hearing.
That’s right, friends! Fluke was not testifying at a hearing. It was a press conference.
The whole thing is a big giant lie, just like my mosquito bite that wasn’t breast cancer. Sandra Fluke and the women of Georgetown University have more birth control options than “any woman in history,” as The Daily Caller aptly puts it. There are dozens of ways in which they can get pills and condoms for little or nothing.
Then, there is the insane idea of not having sex at all, but who does that? Freaks and ugly people, that’s who! (Oh, and me. Insert joke about Kristen being an ugly freak in comments below.)
Here’s the bottom line: no one is waging war on women’s health care. Birth control pills are not health care. They don’t cure diseases. (In fact, some believe they cause them.) Many non-Catholic Christians (and some cafeteria Catholics, although far fewer than the media would have you believe) have no problem with oral contraception and IUDs whatsoever, despite my incessant hollering that they are awful.
Guess what, gals? Rick Santorum is not hiding in your garage waiting for you to go to sleep so he can take the little pink compact out of your purse and leave a tiny Bible in its place. That is the political rhetoric of a media that is asleep at the wheel, and if you’re buying it, you’re asleep in the passenger seat.
I think birth control pills and IUDs are horrible, but I’m not a politician. I can say that, and I don’t care what you think about it because I don’t need your vote. Last time I checked, the GOP doesn’t listen to me, so rest easy. Your pills are not going anywhere, ladies. You can still engage in all the recreational sex your little hearts desire.
What you can’t do is expect me — or anyone else — to pay for it.

Neal Horsley Strikes Again:

Fr. Peter West presents below a rebuttal to a New York Times ad calling for Catholics to leave the Catholic churches. He made some very true and moving points in his rebuttal, then, at the very end, created the exact confusion that has made the Catholic churches and most of the evangelical Protestant churches utterly impotent in this generation, the blind leading the blind.
Read what follows to see the confusion.
Fr. West said, "Your attacks stem from ignorance about the true nature of Christ and his Church. This season of Lent is a time that Catholics are called to reflect on the sufferings of Christ. From His Cross, Jesus forgave those who were responsible for his death with the words ‘Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.’ I hope that all Catholics will follow the example of Christ, and join me in forgiving you and praying for you."
Certainly we are supposed to pray for our enemies. But what Fr. West said about forgiveness is total, unmitigated bullshit. Jesus asked Our Father to forgive those who were responsible for His death because they didn't know what they were doing. NOBODY knew. It was only after the resurrection when Jesus had told the disciples on the road to Emmaus what the Scriptures had been saying all along that anybody knew what had happened when Christ Jesus was crucified. Now to pretend that these evil bastards who are trying to destroy the Christian faith don't know what they are doing is to ignore the obvious. They do know! Read Joseph Campbell, listen to any of the myriad idolaters who control the various institutions of this nation! They not only know exactly what they are trying to do to the Christian faith, they mean to do it! To forgive them before they repent for their sin against God is to disarm ourselves in the battle against them, leaving us as impotent as the Christian pro-life movement! Where in God's name are we told to forgive Satan because he doesn't know what he's doing? Satan knows exactly what he is doing. And the people who serve Satan in this generation know exactly what they are doing, especially insofar as they attack the churches of Jesus Christ today. It is only as God convicts such evildoers of their evil against God and leads them to repentance with works that demonstrate they have truly repented that we are to forgive them. Not before! If we forgive them before they repent, it makes it look like God has forgiven them even as they rip the least of His children apart like vultures feasting on carrion.

Anyone, like Fr. West, who teaches Christians to forgive these bastards while they like a roaring lion seek who they can devour is either a deluded Christian or is a self-aware infiltrator into the fellowship of the faithful intent on working the deeds of Satan from within in exactly the same way the obvious enemies of Christ Jesus work from without.
I've thought for a long time that the most reasonable and credible explanation for why the pro-life movement has been impotent for nearly forty years is the leaders of the pro-life movement are themselves enemy infiltrators who have simply avoided being exposed in their duplicitous determination to tolerate child sacrifice as they teach people to believe such toleration is the will of the God and Father of the Lord Jesus Christ. Fr. West might be the first pro-life leader who got enough rope to actually hang himself. But, like Judas, he will certainly not be the last. Pro-life leaders, again like Judas, are way too far invested in their private interpretation of Scripture to easily back away now. The only difference between such pro-life leaders is they have not, like Judas, actually hung themselves. They can repent.

To send money to the federal Prisoners, those with eight digits after their names, make out a postal money order to the Prisoner’s name and number. Then send it to Federal Bureau of Prisons, PO Box 474701, Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001.
You can send a check directly to the others.
Receipt of this excellent missive notwithstanding, if you wish to be excluded from such blessings in the future, simply advise me.

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