Tuesday, October 02, 2012

"Contraception" is Murder, 10-4, August, 2012

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


August, 2012, Vol. 10   No. 4

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375

Web, skyp1.blogspot.com

Circulation, 203

John Dunkle, Editor


  “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, $800 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.                Gibbons, Linda, Vanier WDC, 655 Martin St., P.O. Box 1040, Milton, ON, Canada L9T 5E6

3.               Grady, Francis Gerald # 040368, Outagamie Co Jail 5HLD03L, P.O. Box 1779, Appleton, WI 54912-1779

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

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

6.                Jordi, Stephen 70309-004, FCI P.O. Box 33, Terre Haute IN 47802    6/30 

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

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

9.                Little, David SJRCC, 930 Old Black River Road, Saint John, NB E2J 4T3

10.               Moose, Justin 27494-057   FCI Talladega, P.O. Box 1000, Talladega, AL 35160 

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

12..              Richardson, Alonzo Lee 12898-021, CCM,  716 McDonough Blvd. SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

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

14.               Rogers, Bobby Joe,  Santa Rosa County Jail,

P.O. Box 7129, Milton FL 32572

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

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

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

Jimbo Is Excommunicated! 

  Jimbo, James Charles Kopp, Prisoner For Christ in the Federal Penitentiary in Waymart, Pa., and most prolific BB (behind bars) prolifer extent (well, let’s say tied with Eric Rudolph for that honor), has been excommunicated. 

  Jimbo became a Catholic in the 80s.

  Muslims observe their faith religiously and Jimbo, being attracted to all thing religious, began sitting in on their prison gatherings.  When he decided to join them this year for Ramadan, a nominal Catholic from Boston told the chaplin.  The chaplin, Fr. Pham from Vietnam, would have none of it.
  “If you observe Ramadan,” Father said, “you may not receive Communion.”

  So Jimbo now may not receive Communion (that’s what excommunicated means).  He fulfills his obligation as a Catholic to attend Sunday Mass (once a Catholic always a Catholic) but he abstains from Communion.

  God understands.  I asked him.

  But he said he would not be quite so understanding with those religious who are obliged to correct Catholics like Nancy Pelosi, Joe Biden, almost any Kennedy, Kathy Sibelius, etc., but who do not correct them.

  Then he said he will be even less understanding with those who do correct but who do nothing when these anti-Catholic Catholics refuse to accept correction and continue with their anti-Catholic behavior, and receive Communion too.



   Lorraine Dennis Maguire (LDM) is a former manager of a baby killing mill.  Nowadays she just argues the pro-killing position, and usually so illiterately that I can’t stand it. But then, when I am about to give up entirely, she says something interesting. For example: 

  In his post this week Pat Richards on the abortion.ws blog decries the fact that NARAL stops supporting pro-death politicians over even one small prolife vote.  LDM comments: 

  Pat…you are so right!! Many of the “pro-choice groups” will drop you like a “hot rock” if you DO NOT…(blindly follow them)!! . . . . I have NEVER understood how we can turn our backs on someone when they have supported us over the years when they “say or do something” that is NOT… “Bullet point by bullet point” exactly what the organization says . . . I am always very “sad” when we turn our backs on our own . . . Since Dr. Tiller was murdered in his church on a beautiful Sunday morning…the number of M.D.’s that are trained to do this type of abortion has decreased dramatically!! . . . . 

  I wrote right in: 

  Holy Moly:  “Since Dr. Tiller was murdered in his church on a beautiful Sunday morning…the number of M.D.’s that are trained to do this type of abortion has decreased dramatically!!”

  The people on our side who condemn what Scott did (99% of us) would never say that, even if we knew it to be true. It takes one of the killers’ helpers to publicize what we all suspect — that only the use of force will do real damage to the rampaging, pro-killing tank. The rest is “feel-good-stuff” God help us.

  LDM, you make my newsletter for the first time.  I am happy you didn’t go when I tried to chase you.

  Rev. Don Spitz, The Great, emailed this: 

  I just got off the phone w/ Ralph Lang 608-301-1726.   Call him if you like.  If you are interested, his mailing address is:

     Ralph Lang

     Mendota Mental Health Institute
     301 Troy Drive, Madison, WI 53704

                (He is a committed Catholic person) 

  me:  I tried, Rev., but hung up after ten rings. I’ll try again later. What’s his story. 

  Rev:  Hi John, His story is below, from a liberal paper. He is in a mental faculty to be tested if he is able to stand trial. He told me he was found competent to stand trial, both federal and state. Double jeopardy does not apply to pro-lifers. If you call the facility, during the day, they may be in groups or something, the evening is probably best, or tomorrow which is a holiday. 

  NEW YORK -- A man has been arrested after traveling to Madison, Wis. with the alleged intention of killing abortion doctors.

  Ralph Lang, 63, was charged by federal prosecutors Thursday for attempting to injure or intimidate a person who provides reproductive health services. He traveled approximately 100 miles from Marshfield, Wis. to Madison on May 25. He is scheduled to appear in United States District Court on Friday.

  According to a Madison police incident report:

  A 63-year old man was arrested by Madison Police Wednesday night after he discharged a handgun inside his motel room. The round hit two doors, but there were no injuries. The man immediately told motel staff about the gunfire, saying it was an accident. He offered to pay for damages.  According to federal prosecutors, Lang told Madison police that he had the gun "to lay out abortionists because they are killing babies."

  He was arrested at 9:51 pm at a Motel 6 just 1.2 miles away from Planned Parenthood: Madison East (CRHC).
  The Wisconsin State Journal
reports that Lang told officer Angie Dyer that he planned to go to the Planned Parenthood when it opened the next day and shoot the doctor who performed abortions "right in the head."

  Lang said he had been in Madison with a gun last week, but was having "spiritual struggles" and was not "100 percent in sync with God" so he did not shoot anyone.

  Lang had a history of targeting Planned Parenthood buildings. Court documents said he was arrested in 2007 outside a Madison branch, telling officers that everyone in the building deserved to be executed and that police were failing in their jobs by not carrying out the executions. Lang received a disorderly conduct citation, according to court records.

  A Wisconsin state Senate committee approved a bill on Wednesday -- the day of Lang's arrest -- that would allow residents to carry concealed weapons without getting permits or receiving any training. The bill, approved 3-2, would allow those over the age of 21 to carry guns in locations excluding schools, jails, prisons, courthouses and law enforcement offices. The bill has yet to go to vote.
  Planned Parenthood opposes the bill.

  This incident occurred days before the two-year anniversary of abortion doctor George Tiller's murder. Tiller was shot in the forehead by Scott Roeder, who prosecutors found guilty of first degree murder. Roeder is now serving life without the chance of parole.

  In February of this year, a law was proposed in South Dakota that would expand the definition of "justifiable homicide" to include killing those who present imminent harm to fetuses, which would legalize the murder of abortion doctors. A nearly identical bill was proposed in Nebraska a week after the South Dakota bill was shelved. 

  Me:  I love this story, Rev. That’s me!  I can never repay you my debt.

  Two letters from Jimbo, the first to Jennifer McKinnley and the second to Archbishop Chaput:


1. Summerhill TV 56, Shaftesbury Ave., Toronto Can., M4T 1A3


Dear Jennifer McKinley,

  I'm really not very good for quotes.  The best one on this subject I ever heard was from a man who pushed his daughter into scheduling an AB at Dr. Slepian's clinic for October 24, 1998, the day after he sadly died (not my intention).

  He said:  "God bless you, Mr. Kopp.  Because of you I am now the grandfather of a seven-year-old granddaughter who is the apple of my eye.  My daughter turned around and went back home after she saw blue lights flashing at the mill that Saturday morning.  God bless you.  I can't believe I came so close to killing my own grandbaby.”

  I met this interesting man in the mid-Oughts.

  If anyone asks me how I feel about all this, I always ask, "What would you do if someone put a gun to the head of your own daughter?" I've asked thousands; I only get one answer.

  I'm glad you looked at Silent No More but I got no feel from you how it impacted you or whether you will quote one of these brave women.

  This means a lot to me: all my emotion on the subject arises from no place other than the women I've met post-AB, many of them ten minutes post AB; many, ten years post-AB.

  By now, if SNM has "magnetized" your search and your heart, you'll start to recognize the women around you who are suffering, many millions up there and down here.  Quote these women word-for-word before you quote me, I humbly suggest.


Most Sincerely, James C. Kopp


P.S. Just in case you get through to Miss O'Neill, I'd be grateful if you'd be so kind as to do me a favor.  I wouldn’t be here if it weren't for the brutally forced AB done on a polio victim who couldn't run away and tried to, screaming and crying all the way (See, Welles, “Fresno 1983”).

  If Miss O'Neill ever runs into that woman in the course of her marvelous ministry, I’d be so grateful if she could apologize to her on my behalf.

  I could've stopped that AB with simple actions, but prolifers stopped me.  Sadly, that was the exact moment I fell out-with the mainstream movement.

PPS.  Another thing that died that day was the political ideology called “choice.”  Any prolifer knows this, Miss O'Neill will tell you, that all women who sign off do so only due to subtle or unsubtle bullying by one or more of a “ring of powerful males,” all of whom have summat to gain (boyfriend, husband, college prof., boss, father, doc, etc.).

  In repleteness, though, in a discussion on this exact point, Mother Teresa told me, “But they know."  Later, I disagreed with Sr. Clarissa about this due to the PP access to grade schools where we're excluded.  She insisted nevertheless.

  Ms. T. also said "And did you have a nice sleep?" the day she found out I'd just spent my first night in jail.  She was a character, that one.  Bailed me out of the clink in Trastevere one day, too. What a character. 

PPS.  The Welles book has tons of quotes. 

PPS.  Don't forget the Canadian chapter of £DOJ] Vito Squad. 


2.  H.E. Archbishop Chaput .


Archdiocese of Philadelphia


Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St. Ladislaus, 27 Jun 2012


Dear Your Excellency,


  The Peace of the Lord be with you forever, but especially today!

  Hoping you received my previous about tax resistance.

  A recent Inside the Vatican said H.E. Dolan will pay a fine rather than buy Obamacare insurance that would hand out abortifacient drugs.

  Paying for abortifacient drugs is mortally sinful whether it is done through premiums or by paying a non-compliance penalty to the fed., which we know for a fact will use the money to give abortifacient drugs to someone else—anybody else.

  Murder is murder.  We can have no part in it.

  It compounds the sin when the money used to poison children to death -- anybody's children -- was money donated in good faith by lay people who entrusted it to you to be used for Godly things.

  I implore and request you in the Name of Jesus and under pain of sin -- do not pay premiums or a penalty, either one.

  There are worse things than jail.  Hell, for one.

  With humility and charity in Our Lord and with His Blessed Mother.

         James C. Kopp  skyp1.blogspot.com  (USP-CAA-BOP)

P.S.  If 10% of the bishops hang tough -- a reasonable estimate -- jail risk is slight.  L'audace, l'audace, toujours l'audace! 

P.P.S.  None of Scripture nor 20 centuries of teaching ever promised no jail.  Action based on avoiding jail in this context is likely error, especially in our indulgent culture.

cc:  H.E Dolan, ITV



Dr. Frank writes from New York:


  Regarding the following:
  Well, let's see, should a Catholic vote for Obama or Romney? Why don't we just make that -- who should any person of any faith vote for?
  If a person has no respect for the traditional marriage, between one man and one woman, then vote for Obama.
  If a person has an affinity for the homosexual lifestyle, then vote for Obama.
  If a person has no respect for human life and tearing little children apart in the womb with many suffering excruciating pain, doesn't bother you, then vote for Obama.
  If a person has a penchant for socialism/communism then vote for Obama.
  The choice is clear.
  Obama should be soundly defeated -- a massacre -- the worst defeat by any president in the history of our country, if only voters would just ask themselves, who would Jesus Christ vote for? And who would satan vote for?
  The problem is that morality and Democrats don't mix. They vote the party line and if the Democrat candidate was the devil, himself, they would vote for him. You think I'm kidding? Well, the closest thing we have to the devil in this world is Barack Hussein Obama. He's a hypocrite, a first class liar and a monster -- look up the definition.

Cal writes from Hawaii:
  Dear John, Alan Sears is at the helm of the Alliance Defending Freedom, formerly the Alliance Defense Fund. Sears' article ("Why Do Abortion Advocates Hate Ultrasound Pictures?," LifeNews.com, 7/18/12) shows one side of an important picture. But on the other side of the picture we see a different story, "Why Do Pro-Life Advocates Hate Personhood Amendments?" Then it dawned on me, they hate the responsibility. They fear being called upon to have the courage to stand up for the person, so they invent a fictional world where they can advocate "life" while excusing themselves from defense of the person.
  Is Cal kidding?  Lots of us defend the person about to be tortured to death as she should be defended.  Let’s see, there’s Shelley, Jimbo, Michael, Scott, Paul, Frank,  Steve, Justin, Clay, Bobby Joe, Eric.  I’m sure I’ve forgotten a few.  With all these folks doing what has to be done, we’ll stop killing little kids around 1290.  I’ll be long gone by then, so it‘s not my responsibility.

Regina Dinwiddie writes from Colorado:

Dear Precious Family,   Please pray for Shelley Shannon. Her dear sister, Roxy just passed away. Shelley is also very sick with what sounds like the classic symptoms of Gall Bladder disease. I called Waseca Correctional Facility, they were very abrupt and said that because of HIPPA (confidentiality laws) they could not speak to me about Shelley's medical condition. I said I know you can't speak to me about it, but I can speak to you. I want you to make a note that I am a nurse and Shelley's friend of 24 years and I am concerned about her health. I know that this condition can be very serious and she needs further help. Finally, they relented and will make a note of it. Please pray she gets the medical attention that she needs. That she will be sent out for tests and that the doctors and radiologists will be able to see the problem and resolve it with minimal pain and suffering for Shelley and speedily. "Answer me speedily.." Psalm 69:17.

Love   Regina


Will the New York City radical elitists have their way. or will the good red-blooded citizens  of one of our great states have theirs: 

  A federal appeals court affirmed the last provision of a long-disputed informed consent law today, ruling that the state of South Dakota can require abortionists to inform women seeking to terminate the lives of their unborn baby that they face an increased risk of suicide.

  Attorney Harold J. Cassidy called the decision of the full 8th Circuit Court of Appeals “a fabulous victory for the women of the state of South Dakota.”

Cassidy represents Leslee Unruh, president of the Alpha Center of Sioux Falls, and Stacy Wollman, president of Care Net of Rapid City. They were allowed in intervene in the case filed by Planned Parenthood against the state’s new law.

  “This victory represents the fourth separate decision of the 8th Circuit reversing the district court in this one case, two decisions issued by en banc (full) courts four years apart – a rare occurrence that underscores the importance of the issues presented by the case,” said Cassidy.

  “As a result of this case upholding all eight major provisions of South Dakota’s Abortion Informed Consent Statute, pregnant mothers will now be informed: 1) that ‘an abortion terminates the life of a whole, separate, unique, living human being;’ 2) that the mother’s ‘relationship with that second human being enjoys protection under the Constitution of the United States and the laws of South Dakota;’ 3) ‘that relationship and all rights attached to it will be terminated;’ and 4) the abortion places the mother ‘at increased risk for suicide ideation and suicide,’” he said.

  The court’s opinion said even Planned Parenthood’s own testimony documented a link between abortion and suicide.

  To understand Planned Parenthood’s agenda get “Marketing of Evil: How Radicals, Elitists, and Pseudo Experts Sell Us Corruption Disguises as Freedom.”

  Planned Parenthood’s own expert, Dr. Nada Stotland, admitted that one of the studies, which determined a suicide rate after abortion of 31.9 per 100,000 as compared to a suicide rate after live birth of 5.0 per 100,000, ‘indicates an association; not causation, but an association’ between abortion and suicide,” the judges wrote.

  Commenting on the decision, Steven H. Aden of the Alliance Defending Freedom said “a woman’s right to make a fully informed choice is more important than Planned Parenthood’s bottom line.”

  “If Planned Parenthood truly cared about the well-being of women, it would not try to prevent them from being informed of the well-documented risk of suicide that accompanies abortion,” he said. “The 8th Circuit has done the right thing in upholding a reasonable law that protects the well-being of women by making sure that the truth is not hidden from them.”

  The Sioux Falls Alpha Center’s Unruh said the ruling “gives hope to the hopeless.”

  “These are women who had abortions who were coerced, persecuted, broken. These women did a very courageous thing in going to the South Dakota legislature and telling their stories,” she said. “These judges have believed them, listened to their hearts and have ruled on their behalf.”

  The lawsuit was brought by Planned Parenthood against the state after the legislature in 2005 adopted the new informed consent requirements for abortionists.

  Cassidy noted that normally a statement of the importance of the decision would suffice.

“However, we feel that, in this instance, given the fact that South Dakota’s Informed Consent Statute, passed to protect the interests of pregnant mothers in South Dakota, was the subject of false claims and protracted litigation that took seven years to conclude, and required the interveners to win four different appeals in the Eighth Circuit, requires further comment,” he said.

“Throughout the legislative processes, over the past eight years, and all during the pending of this litigation, as well as that of the new case now pending in the District Court (in which Alpha Center and Care Net are party interveners), Planned Parenthood has threatened expensive litigation and counsel fees. Planned Parenthood has argued that they should be free to perform their radical abortion practices the way its New York City office prefers and that the people of the state of South Dakota should not impose regulations that reflect the values of the people of the state; and the people should not protect the interests of their pregnant mothers.

  “Planned Parenthood has been proven completely wrong on every issue in the case. The state statute is a constitutionally valid method to protect pregnant mothers,” he said.

  “The people of the State of South Dakota have stood up to the threats, false accusations and litigation tactics of Planned Parenthood. In the process, the people of South Dakota have shown that they will not be intimidated by threats of litigation, threats of payment of attorneys’ fees, and will hold fast to their conviction that a handful of people in New York, with a radical philosophy, will not dictate to the people of South Dakota, when, if, and how they will protect their women from harm, pressure, coercion and false and incomplete information when making the most important decision of their lives,” he said.

  Another new law adopted in South Dakota is subject to a second challenge by Planned Parenthood. The law requires that a physician have a personal interview with a woman seeking an abortion. The woman must be offered counseling by state-approved counseling centers before the abortionist can schedule the procedure.

  In South Dakota, Planned Parenthood flies abortionists in to a facility where they perform abortions. The law requires doubling the visits, because an abortionist could not interview a woman and perform an abortion on her during the same trip.

  The law also requires that an abortionist determine whether the woman is being coerced into the abortion and imposes a waiting period.

  Several of the requirements no longer are being challenged by Planned Parenthood, and they are going into effect in the state. Remaining under challenge is the counseling requirement along with the three-day waiting period.

  The state recently announced: “Pursuant to the 2011 and 2012 legislation and the order, beginning July 1, 2012, doctors who perform abortions must assess each woman for pre-existing risk factors such as coercion and must advise the woman about the risk of adverse psychological outcomes.”

  During the 2012 legislative session, South Dakotans amended several portions of the 2011 abortion law, and Planned Parenthood followed up with an amended complaint. Planned Parenthood dropped its challenge to the provisions regarding coercion and a risk-factor assessment but continued challenging requirements regarding the referrals to the pregnancy help centers and the three-day delay.

  As a result, the two sides agreed to an order that the coercion and risk-factor assessment provisions could go into effect right away.

  “The remaining challenged provisions – the requirement for involvement of the pregnancy help centers and the three-day delay – will continue to be enjoined pending the outcome of discovery, briefing and argument before the district court,” the state’s announcement said.

  According to a statement by the Alpha Center of Sioux Falls and the Black Hills Pregnancy Center of Rapid City, two abortion alternative centers to which women may be referred, the decision from Judge Karen Schreier opens the door to substantial new requirements for abortions.

  “Planned Parenthood can no longer have a clerk schedule abortion surgery – which has been its practice – without a physician first seeing a pregnant mother, compelling a change in the practices at the Planned Parenthood abortion facility,” the statement said.

“Only a physician can schedule an abortion, and only after the physician first performs an assessment, which includes an assessment to determine if the pregnant mother is being pressured or coerced into having an abortion. Until now, no such assessments were performed, and no physician saw the pregnant mother until after the surgery was scheduled and only after she was required to sign a consent for the abortion and only after she was required to pay for the abortion,” the statement continued.

  In today’s decision over the 2005 law, the appeals court ruling said: “To succeed … Planned Parenthood must show that the [suicide-abortion link] disclosure at issue ‘is either untruthful, misleading or not relevant to the patient’s decision to have an abortion.’”

  “The legislature expressly required the disclosure of an ‘increased risk,’ not a causal link. Based on the accepted usage of the term ‘increased risk’ … the usage of that term … does not imply a disclosure of a causal relationship,” the court said.

  Instead, the section “requires a disclosure simply that the risk of suicide and suicide ideation is higher among women who abort.” 

  The judges also said, “We hold that the disclosure facially mandated by the suicide advisory is truthful.”

  “The state legislature, rather than a federal court, is in the best position to weigh the divergent results and come to a conclusion about the best way to protect its populace. So long as the means chosen by the state do not impose an unconstitutional burden on women seeking abortions or their physicians, we have no basis to interfere,” the court said. 

  Kate Ranieri, a killers’ helper from Allentown, PA, posts an effective prolife response to the above: 

Kate  I’m not really clear why doctors need to tell women about the alleged harms of abortion (which there are relatively few). We can thank the anti abortion minions for all the work they do to tell women about affects of abortion (which are lies, of course).

  And if suicide is a potential side effect to abortion, shouldn’t we expect the legislators to mandate that doctors warn women of the very real potential for post partum depression, suicide homicidal thoughts about killing or harming their children? 

Me,  Goes right into my newsletter. Let the killers’ helpers talk. No way this holocaust will survive that.

  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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