Thursday, October 25, 2012

"Contraception" is Murder, 10-8 , December, 2012

Formerly, Abortion is Murder, and, before that, skyp (stop  the killing of young people)


December, 2012, Vol. 10   No. 8

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 216


  “Contraception”  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.  Emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs, $900 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 who oppose the prolife use of force and call it violence.


Prisoners  For  Christ:


1.                Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180, USP McCreary,  P.O. Box 3000, Pine Knot, KY 42635

2.                Griffin, Michael 310249,  5914 Jeff Ates Rd., Milton, FL 32583-0000

3.               Holt, Gregory 129616, Varner Super Max, P. O. Box 600, Grady AR 71644-0600

4.                Knight, Peter James,  P.O. Box 376, Laverton, Victoria, Australia 

5.                Kopp, James 11761-055, USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, 3057 Easton Tpk., Waymart, PA 18472

6.                Lang, Ralph,  Inmate, Dane County Jail, 115 West Doty Street, Madison, WI 53703

7.                Mower,  Donny Eugene 65828-097, FCI Terminal Island, PO Box 3007, San Pedro, CA 90731

8.                Roeder, Scott P.  65192, PO Box 2, Lansing Kansas 66043

9.                Rogers, Bobby Joe,  Santa Rosa County Jail, P.O. Box 7129, Milton FL 32572

10.              Rudolph, Eric 18282-058 US Pen. Max, Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500

11.              Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A, P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093    3/31

12.              Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, United States Penitentiary, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg  PA 17837

  Ever hear of Heather King?

  It's easy to scoff at miracles, but another thing I liked about Christ was that he never performed magic-trick miracles; he didn't pull rabbits out of a hat, or produce gold ingots. He performed the miracle of the loaves and the fishes; he made the blind see, the lame walk, the deaf hear. He performed miracles to bring people alive; he operated on a higher level of reality in order to bring love into the world.

  He didn't go off and sit in a cave and grant folks an audience one by one, like some wise old shaman, either; he mingled. He ate and drank with people; he touched them, human flesh to human flesh: demoniacs, lepers. And when he did heal, he never held the people up as sideshow freaks or floor models to show how great he was...

  The small, hidden, anonymous God I found in the Gospels appealed to me deeply. It was the God I'd found in sobriety, who worked through other people, who had a sense of humor, who held me accountable and forgave me at the same time. Who didn't force or judge, just invited me to do a little better, then put the challenges in my path to teach me how. Christ subverted all worldly systems - political, familial, financial: not for the sake of being subversive, but because acting with utter integrity is automatically subversive.

  He was left of the furthest left and right of the furthest right, both radically liberal and radically conservative. In one breath he could say, "Honor your father and your mother" (Mk 7:10) and in another, "let the dead bury their own dead" (Lk 9:60).

Dear John, The U.S. Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973) made it very, very clear, at p. 162, that if you want to invoke the equal protection of the laws for children during gestation, then the proper formula is: The unborn shall be recognized in the law as persons in the whole sense.
  This is where the Court concludes in Roe, at p. 162, that the reason it can allow abortion without considering the children's rights is this: "In short, the unborn have never been recognized in the law as persons in the whole sense."
  So the proper legal formula for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution would read:
Amendment XXVIII
Section 1. The unborn shall be recognized in the law as persons in the whole sense.
Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
  That is the proper constitutional challenge to Roe v. Wade. State amendments would be similar, except they would refer to their state legislatures for enforcement, rather than to the U.S. Congress.
  In addition to clarifying the proper formula for personhood recognition, the Court also made it very, very clear, at pp. 157-158 in Roe, in footnote 54, it will not take any wooden nickels as substitutes for recognition in the whole sense.  

  What happened in Roe is that Texas, rather than defending children in the whole sense, thought it could play the Court off, by instead only offering a wooden nickel of recognition as a substitute.
  As the Court tattles at pp. 157-158 in Roe, in footnote 54, Texas "faces a dilemma," rather than defending its unborn children in the whole sense:

  "When Texas urges that a fetus is entitled to Fourteenth Amendment protection as a person, it faces a dilemma. Neither in Texas nor in any other State are all abortions prohibited. Despite broad proscription, an exception always exists."

  The Fourteenth Amendment is code for being entitled to the equal protection of the laws, rather than having no rights anyone is bound to respect. Back during Slavery, the Court ruled in a case called Dred Scott v. Sandford, 60 U.S. 393 (1857), that African-Americans are "beings so far inferior" that they have no rights we are literally "bound" to respect (see p. 407).

  But the Fourteenth Amendment changed that. The same proposition is at stake today for the unborn.
But today states still face a "dilemma" when it comes to full recognition. Those who call themselves "personhood" advocates get out the pen and draw a wiggly line to show what rights they would respect and where they think it would be going too far. They are not ready to embrace the fundamental proposition of the Fourteenth Amendment by recognizing the unborn in the law as persons in the "whole" sense.

  As echoed by the Court in Roe, at pp. 157-158, footnote 54, "Despite broad proscription" in these so called personhood amendments, "an exception always exists."
  Since the Court already made it clear it would not accept wooden nickels, you have to wonder who these people think they are fooling by proposing so called personhood amendments that reflect the exceptions their dilemmas cause them to add. But they do fool lots of people, including even themselves, and they rally their cause, and they have made an ongoing racket out of it.
  It is hard to find anyone who will stand up for the proposition that the unborn have rights that we are literally bound to respect, rather than having rights merely in the figurative sense of as if it were so, with the line being drawn according to convenience.
  As Justice John Paul Stevens tattles at p. 913 in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 505 U.S. 833 (1992), which upheld Roe 20 years later, 505 U.S. 833 (1992):
  "In short, the unborn have never been recognized in the law as persons in the whole sense.” [Citing Roe] Id., at 162. Accordingly, an abortion is not "the termination of life entitled to Fourteenth Amendment protection." Id., at 159.

  From this holding, there was no dissent, see id., at 173; indeed, no Member of the Court has ever questioned this fundamental proposition."
  In other words, each of the so called "pro-life" Members of the Court "faces a dilemma" not unlike that of Texas in Roe v. Wade.
Though there was dissent in Roe over the states' rights, there was "no dissent" over the denial of the children's rights under the Fourteenth Amendment. Meaning, no Member of the Court even questioned the fundamental proposition of whether children are beings so far inferior that they have no rights we are literally bound to respect; instead, their only question was in what ways states should have say over abortion.
  Justice Blackmun, who wrote Roe for the Court, joined Justice Stevens in tattling on the so called "pro-life" justices, saying at p. 932 in Casey:

  "No Member of this Court - nor for that matter, the Solicitor General, Tr. of Oral Arg. 42 - has ever questioned our holding in Roe that an abortion is not the termination of life entitled to Fourteenth Amendment protection." 410 U.S., at 159.

  The Solicitor General was Kenneth Starr of the Republican Administration. That is the lawyer who represents the Government before the Supreme Court.
  In other words, even 20 years after Roe, no one before the Court had ever questioned the fundamental proposition of the children's rights.
From this analysis it should be clear that the average American has a mistaken view of purported efforts to protect the unborn, at both the state and national levels.

  Sincerely, Cal    /EC/  Mr. Eurica Califorrniaa


Man gets 10 years for firebombing abortion clinic

  A homeless man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison on Thursday for the New Year's Day firebombing of a violence-plagued abortion clinic in the Florida Panhandle.

  Bobby Joe Rogers, 41, pleaded guilty in July to charges of arson and damaging a reproductive health facility.

  The fire gutted Pensacola's American Family Planning Clinic. The building's charred shell has since been razed.

  Rogers, a transient with a lengthy criminal history, told detectives he had been living in a parking lot near the clinic and decided to set the fire because he was upset that abortions were performed there.

  Rogers had attended some of the near-daily protests that had previously taken place outside of the clinic and said he believed in the anti-abortion cause. He had no record of social or political activism before the firebombing.

  The building was the site of previous anti-abortion violence, including a double-murder in 1994 when an anti-abortion activist killed a doctor and the doctor's security escort. The building was bombed in 1984.

  U.S. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers said she handed Rogers a lengthy sentence because of his long history of drug and alcohol-related arrests and other criminal problems in numerous states.

  U.S. Attorney Pamela C. Marsh said the sentence shows that the government takes abortion-related violence seriously: "We will continue to enforce laws protect all the rights guaranteed our citizens under the United States Constitution and federal laws, including access to reproductive healthcare clinics in north Florida.”


dandydon: folks tonight we wish to salute a fine upstanding gentleman who was kind enough to torch a fatal fetal female facility in floRIDa

kathielee: that's right yall, MR. BOBBY JOE ROGERS lit up that floRIDa facility to ring in the new year

howardcosell: so let not old acquaintances be forgot

let's not fail to send mr. rogers our congrats as well as some dough ray me

frankgifford: you will find more about MR. ROGERS when you scroll down &also by reading about him & other POC's on REV SPITZ Army of God website




  Ain’t Tobra fine, not to mention Bobby Joe.

  Here’s a peaceful, prayerful way to oppose child killing:

   A prayer volunteer in Hackensack posted a note on the 40 Days for Life blog about her first time praying in front of the abortion center:
  "I didn't get there early enough to see the customers arriving, but I was there when they were exiting,"
she said. "Every woman was crying. Every one. I was not prepared for that. And this is 'women's rights'?"

  She had another profoundly sad realization as well:
  "Every woman was brought in by a man. The parking lot was full of men pacing, smoking or sitting in their cars. For every abortion, there is a man -- a father presiding over the death of his child."
  She recalled the TV shows of years ago, where nervous fathers paced in hospital waiting rooms, reacting with joy when the nurse came in to say, "It's a girl!" or "It's a boy!"
  "What a contrast to this scene," she said, "where all these men were waiting to hear one thing: 'It's over,'
which is followed by taking a weeping woman home.”
God have mercy."


  And here’s a more forceful way:

   Aborting Women are Not Victims       By Patte Smith

If one does violence to the blood of another he will be a fugitive until death; let no one support him.  ~ Proverbs 28:17

   I have been offering abortion-bound women my personal help through pregnancy for almost twenty years now. Half of those women are what is popularly known as “post-abortive.” 

  Friends, I can no longer tolerate the unbiblical and therefore fraudulent terminology for mothers who kill their living infants. 

  I believe that I have been patient, using scriptures to try to clarify the reality of total human depravity. Jesus makes it crystal clear that "murder comes out of the heart". (Matthew 15:19;Mark 7:21)

  Perhaps it was Ann and her precious baby. They may have become my “last straw.”  Let me explain:


  Ann murdered her 18 week baby by procuring the services of a baby-killing abortionist. She went to the baby-killer. He didn't come to her. Ann carried her baby into the abortuary two days in a row to submit to the violent abuse of her son or daughter. She paid $1130 to have her dismembered, piece by piece, while she was still alive, this morning. 

  I want to tell you all of the ways in which this young mommy was given the opportunity to love her baby.


* was counseled at a local pregnancy center

* was informed about fetal development

* saw her baby on ultrasound three times*

  was given “options counseling”'

* was taken through a problem-solving process

* was provided with wonderful ways to overcome the obstacles of her pregnancy*

  received my personal offer of help on Day 1 of her killing process 

  was given a Tiny Hands book

  was given detailed information and a brochure about adoption

  was told that God knew her baby before He formed her in the womb (Jer 1:5)

  was told her baby was a gift from God (Ps 127:3)

  was given God's commandments about sexual immorality & murder 

  was told that abortion is the pre-meditated sin of murder for which the guilty will be cast into the lake of fire *

  was offered help by a gentle couple outside the killing place on Day 2 of her killing process 


  Please, do not comment on this note with reasons why you think women who kill their babies by abortion are “victims.” I don't want to hear it. Ever. Again. I am sick to death of it and I am not going to put up with the lies. Any. More.




  Women have played the “victim” while they are pregnant, when they are going to kill their babies and then, when they want more sympathy later, they play the “victim” card as a “post-abortive woman.”  I will not be a party to it. So, I fear that even though I will lose friends, I am not willing to go along with the diabolical lie that makes mothers pity themselves  and become objects of pity from others while four thousand innocent babies are being carried by mothers through the doors of abortuaries as I type this message. 

  I am one of the people who are there, pleading for the lives of the children and reaching out to the girls and women who are walking into the building. No one can ever accuse me of being uncaring. I have cared & prayed & wept & fasted & pleaded & wept & wept & wept till my heart is broken. NO ONE CAN DO A SURGICAL PROCEDURE ON A MOTHER WHO IS NOT IN THE KILLING PLACE. NO ONE CAN DO A SURGICAL PROCEDURE, OR INDUCE LABOR, OR PRESCRIBE A SET OF KILLING PILLS TO A MOTHER WHO IS NOT THERE. NO ONE CAN MURDER A BABY BY D & E, D & C, PROSTAGLANDIN (DELIVERY) ABORTION WITHOUT HER WRITTEN, SIGNED, EXPRESS CONSENT.


   Jesus said: "I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance." (Luke 5:32;Matthew 9:13;Mark 2:17) The Lord Christ came to die for sinners who KNOW THEY ARE SINNERS. Not for fornicators and murderers who profess to be “victims.”

  When we act as if people who fornicate and murder do it out of “ignorance,” we undermine the whole gospel.

  I am sure I will have to hear this rot for the rest of my life, but not here. This is going to be an abortion no-spin zone. The poor little innocent babies who have suffered and are suffering. The dear children who have perished and are perishing. And in the overwhelming majority of the cases their violent sufferings and murders were at the hands of their sexually immoral mothers (and all who were co-conspirators to their murders).  

  Those dead human beings deserve to be treated as if they were more than a “choice” or a “decision” or even a “mistake” or “regret.” I will not participate in nor tolerate the lie of victimhood of aborting and post-abortive mothers. 

  People like us, who are fornicators and murderers, don't need post-fornication counseling or post-abortion support, we need to repent in godly sorrow over our sin. We need to be born-again. We need a new heart!

  When post-abortive women refer to themselves as victims or as someone who "lost" a child, it upsets me and it speaks to what I call a "false justice" movement. This is so popular, especially among my generation and younger. It is people centered and self focused, and is very deceiving because it looks as though we are helping these women. However, the only real justice comes from repentance, application of the true Gospel and a focus on JESUS and the depravity of our own hearts.

  I think of the many girls and women we met at the killing place who turned away from murdering their babies. They have made the sacrifices of time and treasure, working day and night to raise and to provide for their children. They are reaping what they have sown in their sin, but they are taking responsibility for having sex. Many are doing without things they want to give their babies what they need. It is the ultimate irony that the women who murder their babies and don't have to endure all of the grueling days and nights of serving their children and paying to raise them become the ones with the status of “victim.”

  My friend John Barros has been pleading with mothers who are laboring & delivering their live babies into the toilet for two straight days. One of the mommies is 24 weeks pregnant! How much do you want to bet that some years from now these women will tell their teary-eyed stories about how they were a 'victim' of abortion & felt they 'didn't have any other choice'. They will conveniently forget that God sent real people to intervene & love them & their babies through pregnancy. But they WOULD NOT. They are without excuse. Now or on the Day of judgment. May they repent & cry out to Jesus, before it's too late.

  Except for extremely rare situations of very, very young girls who are being used & abused by rapists, teens  & women who murder their babies by abortion are not innocent 'victims', they are guilty perpetrators.


  I want to surround myself with humble Christians who KNOW they are sinners. I have no interest in trying to tiptoe through the pew-lips with professing Christians who say they are 'victims' who need some sort of extra-biblical 'healing' . I am looking for true fellowship with people who know they are hell-deserving wretches (like me) & who are unashamed of Jesus & His Word. I dare not trust the sweetest frames who promote unbiblical, humanistic, woman-centered hogwash.

  I am convinced that the problem stems from people honestly believing that human beings are basically good. They think that if a girl or woman 'knew better,'

she wouldn't sin. Say what? Where did the doctrine of original sin go?


  This note is not a personal attack against anyone in particular. It was meant to take a stand for what is biblical & true & to take a stand against what is a humanistic/therapeutic lie. People (all people) sin because they have a sin nature. The evil that they think, say & do comes out of their own wicked stony heart. They are responsible for every way in which they transgress the Law of God in thought, word & deed. God holds them responsible & His Word says they will reap what they sow, in this life & in the next if they are never born-again. Try to find the word 'victim' in the Bible. I challenge you. 

  God is particularly tenderly disposed towards orphans. Because they are like the invisible ones. The underdogs. They are easy to dismiss because they have no power. No one has to 'impress' or 'please' them to gain favor. It's sad. Really sad, because these innocent children are the real 'victims' in ruthless societies. 

  You will be hard-pressed to find any reference of murderers as 'victims' in the Bible. Babies are the innocent victims. Aborting women are the guilty sinners (perpetrators). This is the reason why we need a Savior. If a woman is led to believe that she is not really a sinner, but a person who made poor decisions based on misinformation, why would she need the Savior's BLOOD


  This really is a crucial matter because, as Charles Spurgeon said: "Every truth leads towards holiness; every error of doctrine, directly or indirectly, leads to sin." And, I believe with all of my heart that millions of babies are murdered, in part, because of the worldly, humanistic philosophy that tolerates sexual immorality & child-sacrifice & calls the perpetrators 'victims'.

  This whole fraudulent 'victim' mentality scam is not from the Bible. Let the Word of God be true & every man a liar. Let it be established that the Word of God is the absolute, authoritative way of truth & life, here & in eternity. Biblical truths (including God's Law) are not just 'important' for salting & lighting the world, & in teaching us for our sanctification & for evangelizing, they are INDISPENSIBLE! "...if we walk in the light, as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin." ~ I John 1:7 We cannot & must not substitute the truth as it is in Jesus to perpetuate fanciful, man-pleasing, self-indulgent philosophical, sociological, psychological & soul-damning spiritual errors. 

  We cannot alter the verities of the Bible to satisfy the whims & fancies of the humanistic psychologist's day. When you make sinners into 'victims' you are effectually dismissing & negating what God has to say to fallen (& redeemed) men & women. The doctrines of original sin, human depravity, general revelation cannot be compromised with fatally flawed humanistic worldly philosophies lest they poison the well of life with falsehood. Jeremiah warned the people against the flatteries & lies of false prophets who he exposes & rebukes saying: "They have healed also the hurt of the daughter of My people slightly, saying, 'Peace, peace'; when there is no peace." (Jer 6:14;8:11) Adam Clarke noted that the 'hurt' is the SIN of the people: "Here the prophets prophesied falsely; and the people continued in sin, being deceived by the priests and the prophets."


  I will not be a party to it.  I want to clarify something. My writing is against the lie of calling women who have murdered their babies 'victims'. That does not mean that I am hard-hearted against these mothers. Half of all of the thousands of moms I minister to have already killed one (or more) children. I have the blessed opportunity to love them with both the mercy and truth of Christ every week as we share the way of salvation outside abortuaries. 

  In our attempt not to be hard-of-heart towards aborting & post-abortive women I fear that we have become hard hearted against the babies. We have relegated the little boys & girls to impersonal terms like 'decision' 'choice' or 'option' .& the women who have conceived them (most by sexual immorality) become 'victims'.

  It's crazy.

  Perhaps some think I care too much about the babies and not enough about the women who murder them. I'd like to ask them to consider that maybe their 'concern' for post-abortive mothers has caused them to care too LITTLE for the babies. 

  I'd like to ask a question of all those who are convinced that women are VICTIMS of abortion. If people REALLY honestly believe that women are VICTIMS of abortion, why aren't they lining the streets outside the abortuaries, trying to SAVE the women from being 'victimized'? Where are the tens of millions of living, so-called 'victims' of child-sacrifice? They sure aren't out trying to stop other women from killing their babies, I'll tell you that much. Most days there is NO ONE outside the murder mills here in Raleigh. One of the killing places in Orlando has had no Christian witness for YEARS. There has been no one intervening most days at MANY of the abortuaries that we minister at. If so many people are supposedly 'convinced' that women are being 'victimized' at these places, where are these bleeding hearts they when the women come to kill their babies? Why would they WAIT till after they were 'victimized' to offer them 'support' instead of intervening to prevent their 'victimization'?

  When we encourage a woman who has sinned by fornication & murder to look at herself as a 'victim' we do violence to the teaching of the Bible & we do her a great disservice as well. Why? Because we let her think that her own volitional acts against the Law of God were not that bad, therefore, the bloody Cross of Christ is not that great. 


Nancy Uhde,  Amen Patte, Amen.


Nancy Uhde,  Patte, I'm hoping (and assuming -they say that's bad) that you don't mind if I have been sharing this note far and wide ;)


Patte Smith,  Absolutely, Nancy. Feel free. I believe that until we stigmatize murdering innocent children it will continue to be considered the sacred cow of 'difficult choice'.

  If professing Christian people knew all about what was happening at the death camps & were going around during the Nazi holocaust saying: "These Nazi's are victims themselves. They need our sympathy. They don't know what they are doing. Don't tell them that the Bible says that they are wicked & they must repent & beg Jesus for mercy. That will drive them away. And, don't worry about the Jews who are being murdered at the death camps. Poor things, they will go straight to heaven anyway, because they are God's chosen people. Now, let's invite the Nazis to retreats. We don't want them to feel bad about themselves. Let's tell them that they just need to be healed. Let's tell them that God loves & forgives them".
  Would that have been honoring to the Lord & would that have shown love to those who are being led to slaughter?


Jacinta Reeve,  Amen and God bless you Pattie. My twin 4 yr old boys start school next year and my heart I believe is being prepared to go to these killing places here in my home town. We had the boys when I was 42. I aborted years ago, killed my baby for selfish reasons.  Since tapping into your ministry over the last months I have been able to repent and reflect on my actions. Thank you for your bold truth.  It’s hard to read sometimes but worth knowing this truth and stirs the Spirit to council, comfort and guide.

Carol Nicholson,  Wow, Patte, that is deep. I looked it up the scripture. What came to my mind as well, are the many false teachers, especially so many that have written books that teach a broad road, misleading many into hell. Many churches, and professing Christians help them by inviting them to speak, and preach, then allowing them to sell their books and cd's, and get rich. Then we must wonder, how much of this wealth goes into fishing for souls. Then even if the answer is 100%, does this justify our helping them, and exalting them?


Patte Smith, Jacinta, I am so grateful to God for how He has given you deep understanding of your sin & a deep comfort in His Son's saving blood. Those of us who know how wicked we are & how much punishment Jesus has born for our sins, love Him much. Amen?


Patte Smith,  Man's religion is to build up the creature.
  God's religion is to throw the creature down in the dust of self-abasement, and to glorify Christ.    ~ J.C Philpot



  The lady who tries to control pro-life efforts here in Reading promotes the peaceful way to the point of ostracizing someone who favors the more forceful and who addresses those entering mills this way— “in the name of Jesus do not kill your baby.” 


  The fellow who says that gets into occasional scuffles, as you can imagine, but he saves babies.  The peaceful would-be controller does not.



  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.


Thursday, October 04, 2012

"Contraception" is Murder, 10-7, November, 2012

Formerly, Abortion is Murder, and, before that, skyp (stop  the killing of young people)


November, 2012, Vol. 10   No.7

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 206


  “Contraception” 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.  Emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs, $900 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 who oppose the prolife use of force and call it violence.


Prisoners  For  Christ:


1.                Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180, USP McCreary,  P.O. Box 3000, Pine Knot, KY 42635

2.                Griffin, Michael 310249,  5914 Jeff Ates Rd., Milton, FL 32583-0000

3.                Holt, Gregory 129616, Varner Super Max, P. O. Box 600, Grady AR 71644-0600

4.                Knight, Peter James,  P.O. Box 376, Laverton, Victoria, Australia 

5.                Kopp, James 11761-055, USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, 3057 Easton Tpk., Waymart, PA 18472

6.                Lang, Ralph,  Inmate, Dane County Jail, 115 West Doty Street, Madison, WI 53703

7.                Mower,  Donny Eugene 65828-097, FCI Terminal Island, PO Box 3007, San Pedro, CA 90731

8.                Roeder, Scott P.  65192, PO Box 2, Lansing Kansas 66043

9.                Rogers, Bobby Joe,  Santa Rosa County Jail, P.O. Box 7129, Milton FL 32572

10.              Rudolph, Eric 18282-058 US Pen. Max, Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500

11.              Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A, P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093    3/31

12.              Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, United States Penitentiary, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg  PA 17837



  Here’s the ending to Neal Horsley’s “The Pro-Life Movement is Dead” that I began last issue:


Never confessing collaboration with murder


  The "pro-life" movement of the past twenty-five years embodied a fatal double-mindedness, an obvious hypocrisy. On the one hand it claimed to be about preserving life-it grumbled and moaned and even occasionally screamed that innocent human beings were being slaughtered by the millions-yet on the other hand it collaborated with the government that authorized such slaughter by paying the salaries of people who were slaughtering God's children. And it never confessed the sinfulness of such collaboration.
Picture the armed Federal Marshals escorting women into baby butcher businesses there to slaughter their children and you will see the people hired and paid for by the Pro-Life Movement. Picture it and you will see why the Pro-Life Movement died.
  The Pro-Life Movement died because it became like the Vichy government in France during the Second World War: All the true soldiers turned against it and moved away from it. The specter of actually paying taxes to slaughter God's children settled the matter. All the Pro-Life Movement had left for support was sycophantic cowards like the cowardly residue of France who bowed to lick the boots-and other unmentionables-of Hitler's storm troopers as they occupied France.


Pacifism: The kiss of death


  The pro-life movement had attracted pacifistic Christians from its inception. Finally and fatally, the movement became totally controlled by pacifists. The non-violent civil disobedience movement spawned by the pro-life movement, a potentially successful tactic if properly organized, was impotent to arrest the legalized slaughter of God's children because the pacifists refused to implement the strategy required to make a non-violent civil disobedience movement successfully force national change.
  With pacifistic Christians in charge of the pro-life movement, what inevitably happens to movements led by such people happened to the pro-life movement: it was utterly defeated and finally totally destroyed by the ruthless and violent attacks of the enemy.
  Now that the Pro-Life Movement is dead, does that mean God's children will continue to be slaughtered without anyone to protect them?
  Hardly. The Pro-Life Movement is dead. But arising out of its dead and rotten body, a much more effective movement has begun, one that will finally put an end to legalized abortion in the United States of America.

The Pro-Life Movement is dead: Long live the Secession Movement


  With the death of the Pro-Life Movement, a Secession Movement has begun.

  The hard things are at hand. With those things, as always, God will supply the people called and equipped to do the necessary hard things.
  The Creator's Rights Party is the vehicle used by that movement. The Creator's Rights Party has only one founding principle - to uphold and defend the Creator's rights. With God's providence and power, and through the agency of those who pledge their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor, the Creator's Rights Party will arrest the desecration of God's plan for government in the USA.


  I’ve always thought Neal’s idea excellent.  All that is required for it, or something like it, to succeed is for more PFC’s to lead the way.



And here’s Neal again.  Read it and weep:


  Sharon, Christians as diverse as Mike Bray, Cathy Ramey and Joel Osteen, and myriad others in between, have lent their credibility as teachers developing a "calling" doctrine that says unless Christians have some kind of special calling from God, they have no duty to participate in delivering innocent babies from an unjust death. While they all wiggle with all the wiggle-room words can provide, that's finally what they all teach.


  Such Christians are the bedrock foundation upon which legalized abortion is erected and perpetuated in the USA. In the face of a world that hires homicide detectives to bring justice to those who kill people without due process, the Christians in the USA--people whose tax dollars are used to pay those homicide detectives--refuse to admit they have an equal duty to, if not become detectives themselves, at least hire those who are equipped to be detectives to arrest the slaughter of unborn babies.


  There is no question about it, every citizen in the USA pays for the homicide detectives and thereby participates in those homicide detectives' "calling.”


  But among Christians and in regard to legalized abortion, a totally different doctrine has been created in this generation. In this evil generation Christians have developed a theology of "calling" that utterly exempts them from arresting the murderers of innocent little babies.


  I say God damn such Christians...that is, until I realize I am one of them. And then I just weep. For this nation, for the Christians and the Christians churches, for the babies, and for the image of God we are creating with such utterly confused and false doctrines of "calling."


  Oh, I also run for Governor of Georgia looking for a platform upon which I can stand and berate this evil generation of so-called Christians who provide the bedrock foundation upon which legalized abortion continues. And having successfully used that platform to lead Georgia Christians to repentance, make Georgia a model of how a State in these so-called United States can actually nullify evil federal "laws"...or die trying, as every true Christian is called to do by the King of kings and the Lord of lords.    



  Catherine Ramey retells a story that we should never get tired of hearing:


  The eugenics movement runs apace; it began in the late 1800s and was increasingly popular around the globe amongst the industrialized nations. Books like "The Great White Race" were best-sellers in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1933, fully aware of eugenics science and its great appeal to powerful interest groups like The Rockefeller Foundation, as well as its proliferation as a philosophy among universities around the world, a political activist become leader, desperate to restore power to his own crushed nation, began working with doctors in his own country to "take the next step"; to initiate a practical eugenics against despised populations. At the same time that Americans were sterilizing those deemed "unfit to reproduce" (developmentally disabled and epileptics), he gave approval for a "T-4 program" to eliminate the medically dependent in his own country.
  No one protested with any degree of zeal. Eugenics philosophy was still deemed to be on the cutting edge of academia; America, Britain, France and other nations had popular and powerfully funded "eugenics societies" that numbered many elite political, financial and social leaders among their membership. So Adolph Hitler decided to take the next step. He was, after all, only implementing a very popular philosophy among the rich and powerful among nations. He started rounding up Jews and others he considered--along with many of the most prestigious foundations in America--to be "less than human," "diseased," "unfit" and contrary to the brave new world the eugenics movement was designing and promoting. He considered himself a forerunner of political policy that he presumed other nations would be satisfied to support and embrace, once they saw how effectively it had been exercised in Germany.
  Because eugenics was so popular, it took a number of years for an outcry to induce Britain and the United States into the Second World War; Britain herself was attacked, and so too was America, though by means of the Japanese Air Force, before either nation’s professed outrage at the eugenics being practiced by the Nazis. Eugenic societies silently went underground and acquired new, less transparent names (March of Dimes, Planned Parenthood, and others) and the war raged on until 1945. In April of that year, Germany was in ruins and her forerunner-leader finally, fully realized he had been betrayed. All the other nations that applauded eugenics policy to control populations and reap wealth and greater "fitness" in the process had thrown him to the wolves. And so, like others who feel abandoned and betrayed, realizing he was going to be demonized rather than lionized, Adolph Hitler committed suicide.
  Eugenics proponents are still hard at work, in fact, the defeat of Hitler never interrupted their agenda. Organizations like March of Dimes recreated themselves to suggest their work was aimed at saving babies from mental and physical impairment through genetic testing. The result is that their "search and destroy" advocacy of prenatal testing has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of babies' lives; some destroyed through their research and testing practices, many more in the millions because parents were taught that Down Syndrome and other "imperfections" were tantamount to a death sentence anyway and resorted to abortion as the "cure" for "birth defects."
  Research the Human Genome Project; search under "genetic hybrids," "Golden Helix," and follow the trail of their key researchers like Alberto Piazza. Go back and read the writings of H.G. Wells, Aldous Huxley, and consider where they are going at a point when the aging population around the globe is outnumbering any other age category. Scroll down or open the attachment on cloning, and consider that man has raised himself up, he believes, to the throne of God and finds nothing of evil that he should not do.       "Cathy"



  I haven’t heard from Tobra for a while.  Glad to see she’s still kickin’ butt:


Dandy don: what yall think of them towel headed sons of bitches wanting to make hate speech out of defaming that false prophet of theirs?


Kathie lee: i think you been reading the news again dandy.


Buttercup: he reads it while sitting on the throne.


Howard cosell: i think them nuts are one hellacious fighters.


Frank gifford: they will fight and die for their false god wont they? got to admire that


Dandy: if we could get Christians to be that zealous we might save the u.s.a from destruction.


Kathie lee: have you been in jail again? you seem to read the Good Book more when you in the joint.


  Here’s her response to the news that to vote, thanks to the transgenders, you no longer have to say whether you’re a man or a woman


Howard  cosell: you perverts please put your asses against this wall


Franklin gifford: no touching or feeling while lining up please


Buttercup: take all valuables out of your pockets and put them in the pile marked Canada


Kathie lee: this will be short and sweet so don't fret none weirdoes


Dandy don: to insure this is all legal like we be bringing in some heavily armed state troopers  these fine folks can be a little trigger happy, so stand real tall and still



  I’ve spent two months of Sundays on the blog.  Over the years it’s shifted its emphasis from pro-babykilling to anti-Catholic, but it’s no-less enticing.  Here’s their last post that I will respond to or even read:


Kate, Why would God make us fully capable of rational and critical thought if we are only rewarded for blind faith and obedience like that of prolifers?


Your Friend: Wow, Kate!  Such a powerful question. Haven’t you ever heard the joke about God saying I have some good news for you and some bad news? The first news is that I’ve given you free will. The second new is I’ve given you free will.

  God doesn’t want to make us into non-thinking robots or Stepford Wives followers of Christ. No, no. He wants us to know Him and love Him in this world so we can be happy with Him in the next. Instead of calling it blind faith think of it as love and obedience. Hopefully we spend all or even most (some) of our lives learning to know and trust God. Are you trying to know him Kate or are you cynically and l sarcastically referring to His son as J.C. depicting horrific pictures of an impregnated Jesus on the cross as you have on your previous blog. Or do you have a kernel of faith – perhaps wanting to know Him a bit but keeping your distance so as not to lose your autonomy?  Perhaps something so horrific happened to you that your world fell apart and your trust in God fell apart. That is when we need to lean on Him even more again trusting that He loves us so much He will take care of us. Seek Him and He will respond with tenderness.

  When we truly realize who we are in Him, we are able to see how much He loves us and how He sees us in His eyes. God made us the wonderful creatures we are, but He also made us with a free will. We can either choose to accept God’s love and forgiveness from Him and choose light and life or reject Him and chose the darkness and death. The choice is ours, of course, but I have chosen life and light and I hope that you will too. John 8:12 Then Jesus spoke to them again, saying, “I am the light of the world. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.”
Jer. 29:13 – “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with your whole heart.”

  Maybe you’ve been in some ‘wilderness’ years – looking, searching, questioning. That’s okay. God understands. He gives us a lifetime to know Him. He speaks to our hearts every day calling to us to come to Him. The great news is He never gives up on us.

  Learning to trust God seems to require learning to stop relying on ourselves so much. It means radical change at our core. Most of us don’t like change of any kind, much less surgery on our core self. Surgery hurts; it incapacitates and can even make us scream in pain.

  God, the divine surgeon, is worth trusting. He loves us more than we can know. His wounding seems grievous, but it restores us to wholeness. If you find yourself under his surgical knife, be still and learn to trust him. St Thomas Aquinas reminds us that we cannot truly love what we do not know. True intimacy is a deep knowledge of the other person. It also requires us to be vulnerable. You have been gifted with critical thinking. Use it to study God. You won’t be sorry. Look at all of the great figures of the Bible that had to learn to trust God. You are in good company.

  Take some time off from your abortion work and give God one month of your time, talent and treasure. Let Him teach you to trust Him and to love Him. You could become a great saint and that is what we are all called to become.


  Kate is Kate Ranieri, the angriest and wordiest voice of our enemies on the blog (though not the most powerful and dangerous; that belongs to Pat Richards).  Kate’s pro-death arguments are easy to pull apart and over the years I’ve noticed that most of the time my comments have been deleted they’ve had to do with Kate’s stuff (if it hurts, hide it). Once liars get away with that kind of editing, their next step is to put words into your mouth, incriminating words.  That scares me.  Recently she threatened to delete Your Friend (above), so now I no longer suspect Kate, I know.

  Can’t fight city hall. Twice before I’ve quit because of the erasures, and returned because what they (especially Pat) say is just too provocative to resist responding to.  Not this time though because now I’m not even going there to read.



  Check out what the pro-death journalists have to say:


Is Providing Abortions Creating a "Nuisance"?


  A judge in Wichita blocks a doctor from filling a vacancy created by the murder of Dr. George Tiller.


The first doctor to try to offer abortion services in Wichita, Kansas, since Dr. George Tiller was gunned down in a church in May 2009 has been blocked from doing so—by her landlord, who has claimed this would create a "nuisance." And groups opposed to abortion rights are hailing this development as a major win on a prominent frontline in the national war over abortion.

  Dr. Mila Means is a family practitioner in Wichita, and since last year she has been preparing to provide abortion services there. (She has been undergoing training with Kansas City abortion provider, Aid for Women.) But on Monday, a state judge issued a temporary restraining order barring Means from performing abortions at her medical office or making any changes to the facility that would allow her to do so. Judge Jeffrey Goering granted this order at the behest of Foliage Development, Inc., the owner of the building that houses Means' office.


  According to a lawsuit Foliage filed on January 28, Means requested permission from her landlord last fall to begin offering abortion services in her office later this year. The landlord turned her down, maintaining that it would violate her lease by "creating a clear nuisance to and disturbing the peaceful possession of all other tenants." The landlord says that Means indicated that she would proceed with the plan anyway, which he claims would violate the terms of the lease.

  The nuisance, however, would stem from protests the landlord anticipates—not from anything that Means would do.

  Anti-abortion activists from Operation Rescue, which is headquartered in Wichita, have already begun protesting outside her office. An event they held last December at the building attracted about 100 people, including counter-protesters. The landlord's suit contends that once Means begins to offer abortion services, more protestors, demonstrators, and police will be drawn to the building. The suit notes that the Kansas Coalition for Life has threatened to hold daily protests outside Means' office and that Operation Rescue has posted Means' office address and contact information on its website.

  According to the landlord's complaint, the Kansas Coalition for Life has informed the landlord that "it will be a circus out there."

  Already, the landlord says, three other businesses in the building have threatened to move because of the possibility of protests.

  Wichita has long been an abortion-rights battleground. Operation Rescue relocated its headquarters there in 2002, taking over a building that had once housed Wichita Family Planning, to concentrate on its campaign against Tiller, a prominent provider of abortion services. On May 31, 2009, anti-abortion activist Scott Roeder assassinated Tiller while the doctor was serving as an usher at the Reformation Lutheran Church.

  Means would be the first doctor to perform abortions in Wichita since the murder. But before she even could start, Operation Rescue made her a target, posting her photo and address online. "She's taking the biggest burden," says Jeff Peterson, the manager at Kansas City's Aid for Women. His office is getting heat, too. "Local protesters are referring to us a jihadist training camp, saying that we need to be dealt with like jihadists in Iraq and Afghanistan, which is a little bit scary," says Peterson.

  Operation Rescue and its president, Troy Newman, have pledged to use all "peaceful and legal means" to keep Wichita "abortion free." In a press release hailing the court's temporary restraining order against Means, Operation Rescue touted the fact that Wichita "has been free from abortions since the closure" of Tiller's office. Another anti-abortion outfit, Kansans for Life, has been sending out emails warning that a "grave evil threatens our community" and assailing Means for attempting to set up "a killing center" in Wichita.

  Peterson says his organization agreed to train Means because of the need for abortion services in Wichita. "We're doing this for George [Tiller]," Peterson notes. "I'm doing it for the patients. Troy Newman says nobody in Wichita wants this. Then why are people from Wichita coming up here [to Kansas City]? We've got a lot of Wichita patients coming here, having to drive three hours because there isn't a doctor close to them."

  Means' office declined to comment on the case, citing the ongoing legal process. Foliage Development, Inc. also declined to comment. But Foliage has asked the state court to permanently bar Means from performing abortions at the site. The court has ordered Means to appear at a February 15 hearing.

  Kari Ann Rinker, state coordinator for the National Organization of Women and a Wichita resident, says the city had four abortion providers in the 1990s—until anti-abortion activists began waging fierce campaigns against each of them. Eventually, Tiller was the only remaining provider in town. Now the one doctor who wants to fill the vacancy his murder created is being thwarted—not because she's creating a nuisance but because anti-abortion crusaders are.


  As Rev. Bray says, God calls each of do what he can to oppose this holocaust.  May he call a hundred others to become Troy Newman disciples.



  You might remember reading Michael Hirsh’s demur when the prolife movement was crowning Abby Johnson latest queen last year.  What Michael says after that gets even better:


  When I filled out my law school applications a few decades ago, there was a question that asked why I wanted to go to law school. My answer was indelicately truthful and succinct: Abortion is going to be outlawed in my lifetime and we are going to have our own Nuremberg-like tribunals for those who participated. I want to be the prosecuting attorney.
  Some years later I was on a television program with O.J. Simpson lawyer, Johnnie Cochran (in fairness, Mr. Cochran has since moved on to another jurisdiction and undoubtedly has a different view now). I was being interviewed because of some abortion clinic violence and the fact that
I’ve represented a number of individuals who have opted to close abortion clinics in more of a – how do you say – spectacular fashion.
  While I remain steadfastly opposed to violence, far be it from me to impose my morality on others. But I digress.

Among other discussions, Mr. Cochran and I had the following exchange:


Cochran: Mr. Hirsh, do you think these acts of violence against abortion providers will continue?

Hirsh: Well, Mr. Cochran, one need not be too much a student of history to see that the answer to that question is yes. In fact, this is, in my opinion, the second most dangerous time in history to be in the abortion business.

Cochran: Second most dangerous? When is the first most dangerous?

Hirsh: When abortion is made illegal and I am the prosecuting attorney in the Crimes Against Humanity tribunals that will be held afterward.

Cochran: Are you kidding?

Hirsh: Do I look like I’m kidding?

 Strangely, some people choke on the concept of trials for individuals and organizations (are you listening, Planned Parenthood?) that have actively participated in the largest holocaust the world have ever witnessed. The precedent for such proceedings is clear.
  Despite the best efforts of modern government education, many are at least vaguely familiar with the trials of the Major War Criminals in Nuremberg following World War II. Depending on the severity of the offense, for Nazi leaders were punished for their crimes with sentences ranging from prison to execution.
  At the trial of the major war criminals, Chief Prosecutor Robert Jackson (who was later a U.S. Supreme Court Justice) observed:


  “The ultimate step . . . is to make statesmen responsible to law. And let me make clear that while this law is first applied against German aggressors, the law includes . . . other nations, including those which sit here now in judgment. We are able to do away with domestic tyranny and violence and aggression by those in power against the rights of their own people only when we make all men answerable to the law. This trial represents mankind’s desperate effort to apply the discipline of the law to statesmen who have used their powers of state to attack the foundations of the world’s peace and to commit aggressions against the rights of their neighbors.”


  What has been lost in much of the American consciousness is the fact that following the Trial of the Major War Criminals, there were a series of twelve additional trials held at the Palace of Justice in Nuremberg and presided over by the United States. The third of those trials was called the Justice Case. In it, members of the German judiciary were taken to task for their abuses from the bench.
  Judges became the judged. Four of the fourteen defendants were acquitted. The remainder received sentences ranging from five years to life imprisonment.
  Of particular historical interest is that the eighth of the twelve trials at Nuremberg was the RuSHA Case, which was referred to as the “Abortion Case.” That trial commenced on July 1, 1947. Fourteen individuals were indicted by the Nuremberg Military Tribunal for their respective roles in the Nazi program of forced abortion. In that trial, members of the agency responsible for implementing “laws” were tried for extermination of unborn children.
  The indictment charged the defendants with carrying out a “systematic program of genocide, aimed at the destruction of foreign nations and ethnic groups . . . by murderous exterminations.” It’s a page straight out of Margaret Sanger’s playbook.
  One memo from Heinrich Himmler’s office directed that Polish women with unfavorable racial examinations “be made to consent.” On February 18, 1944, the directors of the German Office of Race and Resettlement (RuSHA) issued a letter:


  “As you know, racially substandard offspring of Eastern workers and Poles is to be avoided, if at all possible. Although pregnancy interruptions ought to be carried out on a voluntary basis only, pressure is to be applied in each of these cases.”


  While the Defendants maintained that all abortions were voluntary, the prosecution responded:  every pregnancy had to be reported to the dreaded Gestapo. The suggestion of an abortion by that organization did not invite argument from Polish and Russian women . . . . even if it be assumed that all abortions were voluntary, they still constitute a crime.

  Although crimes against the workers themselves were part of the indictment, an extract from the prosecution’s closing brief reveals another reason these Defendants were charged:  Abortions were prohibited in Germany . . . . After the Nazis came to power this law was enforced with great severity. Abortions were also prohibited under the Polish Penal Code . . . . But protection of the law was denied to the unborn children of the Russian and Polish women in Nazi Germany. Abortions were encouraged and even forced on these women. (emphasis added).

  Even if all the abortions were voluntary, as the Defendants asserted, their actions were considered criminal, a “murderous extermination,” against the rights of unborn children.
  On March 10, 1948, all but one of the Defendants were convicted and sentenced by the Tribunal to prison for terms ranging from credit for time served to life imprisonment.

  It seems that Abby’s self-proclaimed “vehement” opposition to the death penalty in general is predicated on the implications of the death penalty to those who work in the abortion industry, including her, and; secondly, that those so implicated would be denied an opportunity to repent and experience the Grace of God. On this second point, nothing is further from the truth.
  Repeatedly throughout Holy Scripture we are exhorted to consider the end of our lives as an aid to repentance and holiness. One of the reasons any of us sin is we deceive ourselves into thinking that we “got away with it.” We think we are smarter than the previous fool who got caught. But nothing gives a soul the opportunity to reflect and repent than the awareness of our own mortality. Sometimes that opportunity mercifully comes by cancer, by old age, and, yes, by time on death row.
  It is the ultimate expression of eternal cruelty to deny a person the opportunity to repent. What the sinner (be it me, Abby Johnson, or some lesser sinner) does with that opportunity is between God and them.
  Though it may not be on the same order of magnitude, those who parade Miss Johnson around as anything other than a novice, do her and the prolife movement a great disservice.

  Abby Johnson, my sister in Christ, welcome. Now please be quiet.