Wednesday, May 08, 2013

"Contraception" is Murder, June 1, 11-3, 2013


formerly, Abortion is Murder, and, before that, skyp (stop killing young  people)


June 1, 2013,  Vol. 11   No. 3

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 244

Editor, John Dunkle 

  “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 yet 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, two grand 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.        Curell, Benjamin D., Monroe County Jail, 301 N College Ave., Bloomington, IN 47404

2.         Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180,  FCI, PO Box 1500, El Reno, OK 73036

3.         Griffin, Michael 310249, BRCF, 5914 Jeff Atles Rd., Milton, FL 32583-00000

4.         Grady, Francis 11656-089, USP Terre Haute, PO Box 33, Terre Haute, IN 47808

5.         Holt, Gregory 129616   Varner Supermax, PO Box 600, Grady, AR 71644-0600    

6.         Kopp, James 11761-055,  USP Canaan, P.O. Box 300, Waymart, PA 18472 

7.         Roeder, Scott 65192  PO Box 2, Lansing, Kansas 66043

8.         Rogers, Bobby Joe 21292-017, USP Beaumont,  PO Box 26050, Beaumont, TX 77720

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

10.       Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A,  P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093   

11.       Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, USP, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg  PA 17837

  The new Prisoner For Christ is Ben Curell who damaged a mill in Indiana.  Here’s Tobra:


Our hero paid a visit into a babykilling facility in the notso great state of indiana

Our hero let the notso nice babykillers understand

The long held prolifer viewpoint: if you think abortion is murder act like it!

MR. BENJAMIN D. CURELL is being embraced for his heroic deeds by prolifers throughout the land

Dandydon: we are throwing a BBQ in his honor.

Frank: good job ole chap

Kathielee: folks, no word yet if his ax come from home depot or gingerbelle's garage sale.

Howard: i think it was from gingerbelle's sale, Hell that girl dew provide the necessacities and always has.

Buttercup: unfortunately we have a Judas in the movement.  mike (liar, hypocrite & coward) fitcher and his yadayyada quote is brought to us courtesy of that dashing & debonair DONALD SPITZ.

All: MR. BENJAMIN D. CURELL we salute yew



  The late George Tiller’s mill has reopened. Here’s what some killers’ helpers had to say: 

  The clinic has been reopened by Julie Burkhart, a former colleague of Dr. Tiller's. Militant anti-choicers in the area have responded in an upsetting, if predictable way: by making the people who work there fear for their safety.
  Kari Ann Rinker, a reproductive rights activist living in Wichita, reports at RH Reality Check on the efforts to intimidate Burkhart. One activist has a restraining order filed against him for picketing her home with a sign that says, "Where is your church?," a reference to Tiller's assassination in a church. David Leach of the group Army of God spoke to Dr. Tiller's murderer, Scott Roeder, and posted the audio of the conversation. He read his statement on the new clinic to Roeder:
  “If someone would shoot the new abortionist like Scott shot George Tiller back in the Operation Rescue days, people called him Tiller the Killer, hardly anyone would appreciate it, but the babies. It will be a blessing to the babies, everyone else will panic. Of all places to open up a killing office, to reopen the one office in the United States more notorious for decades than any other is an act of defiance against God and the last remaining remnants of reverence for human life. It is what the Supreme Court classifies as “fighting words,” like throwing lard in a Mosque, burning a cross in a Black neighborhood, or immersing a cross in urine at taxpayers’ expense. It is a reckless act. It is not the act of someone who values her own safety. It is a gauntlet thrown down, by someone who wants a fight. Of course, I don’t know if anyone will pick up the gauntlet. But I  didn’t know if Scott would act before he did either.”

  Roeder loved it and responded:

  “It is a little bit death-defying for someone to walk back in there. For Julie ‘Darkheart’ to walk back in there and reopen a murder mill where a man was stopped. It’s almost like putting a target on your back, saying, ‘Well, let’s see if you can shoot ME!’  I have to go back to what Pastor Mike Bray said: If 100 abortionists were shot, they would probably go out of business. I think eight have been shot, so we’ve got 92 to go. Maybe she’ll be number nine. I don’t know, but she’s kind of painting a target on herself.”

  Troy Newman of Operation Rescue is also doing his part by trying to dig up the identity of the doctor who works for the clinic, to make it easier to harass and stalk her. 

  And here’s what the killers’ helpers on the New York Times editorial board had to say: 

  Dangerous and unconstitutional legislative restrictions, unceasing harassment, threats of violence and fearful doctors having to hide their identities for self-protection: this is what it means to be on the front line of trying to deliver legal and necessary reproductive health care to women in Wichita and other parts of the country where zealous right-wing politicians and activists on the political fringe currently hold sway. 

  Vocal killers’ helpers are one of our greatest assets. Now if more of us could only learn to follow their lead. 

  The president of NARAL, Ilyse Hogue, includes this paragraph in a recent fund-raising letter:

  We call these back-door bans TRAP laws, short for “Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers.” Like all medical professionals, abortion providers already comply with important health and safety regulations. But TRAP laws are something different: they create a costly and confusing mine-field of additional requirements and regulations not imposed on other medical providers. Anti-choice politicians pretend that TRAP laws are about protecting women’s health, but their real goal is to close down clinics.

  That last sentence frightens me – we anti-choicers  want to close down abortuaries!  It’s scary the way those killers’ helpers can see into our hearts!

  Pat Buchanan predicts that the political success of homosexual activity (like “gay” marriage) will inspire us to fight back realistically, and he compares it to the battle for civil rights for African-Americans:  

  Priests and pastors marched for civil rights. Others preached for civil rights. But if the gay rights agenda is imposed, we could have priests and pastors preaching not acceptance but principled rejection.   Prelates could be declaring from pulpits everywhere that the triumph of gay rights is a defeat for God’s Country, and the new laws are immoral and need neither be respected nor obeyed. 

  Too late. If priests and pastors had marched for and preached and declared from the pulpits everywhere that the imposition of legalized murder is a defeat for God’s Country and, therefore, the new laws are immoral and need neither be respected nor obeyed, then God’s Country might have emerged victorious. Not now though.

  But it’s easy to blame priests and pastors.  If just Catholics had broken those laws, we would have protected tens of millions of lives.  Who do you think will end up in Hell?


  A Times letter writer says this about the Boston bombing:
  Alas, there are those highly harmful few who can find purpose and meaning only through acts of destruction. No reasoning will penetrate those minds. 

  I responded:  “Few” above should be changed to “many”: on the same day three older people were murdered in Boston three hundred young people were too. 

 Then Neal:  Wait, John!  How can you possibly equate the lives of three born people killed illegally with the lives of 300 unborn people killed legally in Boston? When you impose that kind of reasoning and logic on reality, you utterly contradict the words of the Supreme Court of the people of the United States of America.

  Don’t you understand that the vast majority of people on this list, like the vast majority of people in the USA, let the Supreme Court do their thinking for them, and treat the logic and reasoning of the Supreme Court as if it was the Word of God.  The forefathers of the majority on this list have already proven to have a will to kill Jesus of Nazareth for doing the same thing you are doing. How can you expect these current people to leave you alive for long if you don’t stop contradicting the Laws decreed by their Supreme Mind? 

  Did you read the last entry in the last newsletter, May 2, by John Brockhoeft?  Neal has issues with it:  

  Brockhoeft said, "... if there were an organized viable force of men willing to fight for our country and defend our land against the New World Order and against our domestic enemies, I would join that force of men right away..."
  What he is saying to me is clear. He is saying that the New Army of God I advocate forming is not "an organized viable force of men willing to fight for our country..." 

  Any comment I might make would remind you of what took place in the rabbi’s marriage counseling session:
Wife --  “He’s a terrible husband,” and she lists ten grievances.

Rabbi --  After each grievance, the rabbi says, “You’re right, you’re right, justified, justified.”  Then it’s the husband’s turn. 

Husband --  “She’s a terrible wife,” and he also lists ten grievances. 

Rabbi --:  After each grievance, the rabbi again says, “You’re right, you’re right, justified, justified.”    But this time the wife is listening; she bursts back into the office. 

Wife --  “Rabbi, both of us can’t be right! That’s terrible counseling!  You should be ashamed of yourself!” 

Rabbi --  “You’re right, you’re right, justified, justified.”

 Dear John, The true story of Roe v. Wade is that Texas came to the U.S. Supreme Court as a straw man, with a glum look on its face, hoping the Court would tie its hands by making all states permit abortion, since Texans are too proud too legalize child homicide on their own. So the Court gave in by making all states permit abortion.
  But there was a problem. Although the Court was willing to assist states like Texas by requiring voluntary abortion, at the same time it did not want to hinder the abortion effort by placing too strict a limitation on forced abortions. So rather than literally founding Roe on a woman's right to choose, instead Roe was carefully crafted on the foundation of the involuntary abatement authority of Jacobson v. Massachusetts (forced vaccination) and Buck v. Bell (forced sterilization), going so far as to reaffirm the initial decision in Buck v. Bell by abandoning Skinner v. Oklahoma, so women can be forced to abort even due to poverty and for crimes such as drug use.
  As the Court puts it at the very heart of Roe: "the abortion decision" (whether to refuse or choose an abortion) cannot be left to "the woman's sole determination" in view of "important state interests" with emphasis on letting states override the decision to refuse an abortion based on the authority of "Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905) (vaccination)" and "Buck v. Bell, 274 U.S. 200 (1927) (sterilization)." See Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973), pp. 153-154.
  As Justice Marshall explains two months after: The Court has never recognized any "right" to procreate, by which in this context he means the Court has refused to recognize a woman's constitutional right to carry her pregnancy to term, as evidenced by the fact that "the Court reaffirmed its initial decision in Buck v. Bell" when handing down Roe in the first place. See San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez, 411 U.S. 1 (1973), pp. 100-101.
  By initial decision in Buck v. Bell, Justice Marshall means that when it came to abortion the Court in Roe ultimately abandoned Skinner v. Oklahoma. Skinner had modified Buck by prohibiting forced sterilization in arbitrary connection with poverty and crime. But in Roe the Court retraced its steps by disavowing Skinner's applicability to abortion, saying, "The situation therefore is inherently different from...Skinner." See Roe, p. 159. It was in this way that Roe both reserved and expanded forced abortion.
  And so the true story of Roe is about pregnancy abatement, with voluntary abortion as the path of least resistance, and with involuntary abortion as the backup plan.       Sincerely, Cal

   As I arrived at Joel Lebed’s house recently for my monthly prayer vigil, I heard a dog bark.  Then a neighbor appeared: 

  Him,  Can’t you guys coordinate your visits?  Your buddy was here last Sunday.

  Me,  I know.

  Him,  The dog just woke up my daughter from  her nap.

  Me,  I can hear her crying.

  Him, You’re not accomplishing anything.  You’re really annoying us. We’re all on his side.

  Me, Then annoying you is one of our goals.

  Him,  Can you at least do it together on one Sunday?

  Me, No -- one of the reasons we separated was to apply more pressure.  Now we’re getting two more prolifers to cover the whole month.

  Him, Oh God! 

  I should have said “trying to get” rather than “getting,” but this is another indication that prolife presence in a killer’s neighborhood can be effective.  If any of  you know of someone in the Philadelphia area who would help Gerry and me with our prayer vigils, please tell him or her to call.

   I’d always been kinda anti-Abby Johnson until Rick Ellis emailed me this: 

  What Abby Johnson posted on her page....

  This Gosnell trial has really been a sobering experience for me. It is kind of hard to put into words. I look at the testimonies of these workers and I can't help but realize that they are no different from me. They watched babies die and did nothing to intervene...I watched a baby die and did nothing. I often wonder what it will be like when I die and meet Jesus. Yes, I have repented, but I spent 8 years helping to kill defenseless children. What will that feel like when He recounts the deaths of all of those little ones that I took part in. I want to feel anger at Gosnell and those who worked for him, but I can't. I just so desperately want them to repent. I know there are people out there who are angry because of my past life...I know it is hard for many to forgive me. I now have a better understanding of how that can be.

  Now I am solidly pro-Abby. This is  what caused me to  change: “ I look at the testimonies of these workers and I can't help but realize that they are no different from me. They watched babies die and did nothing to intervene...I watched a baby die and did nothing. I often wonder what it will be like when I die and meet Jesus.” 

  I’m pro-Abby because I’m pro-me -- even though I stand near babies under attack without helping them, and even though my taxes pay for their torturous deaths.  I too “wonder what it will be like when I die and meet Jesus.”  

  Two responders Rick included in his email are like the old me:

  1.  We should copy and past this to every Gosnell post we can find on face book. Johnson is running scared, and needs to be backed all the way up into a corner where she has to answer questions she has so far refused to answer.

  2.  ...and Abby Johnson deserves the same penalty as Gosnell.  
  Some one needs to ask Johnson if Gosnell "repents" should he get the same free walk that she demands for herself, and face no further prosecution????
  MIZZ Johnson needs to understand, that this is not about "forgiveness". that is between her and God.
  But if she is truly repentant as she now claims, then she will either fess up that her "testimony" is a fraud, or turn states evidence to see that the victims of her confessed crimes [under age girls, sex slaves, and tax payers] are liberated, and get justice.
  But Johnson has never been about justice for person's in the womb.
  She is about taking advantage of an opportunity to make a living based on what seems to be a fraudulent testimony.

  I’d sure like to hear these folks, and anyone else, respond to my response.

  Dave Leach also believes “we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect those being tortured to death.”    Prolifers attack us for this belief even more vehemently than killers’ helpers do: 

  A Des Moines anti-abortion activist has publicly proclaimed that “it will be a blessing to the babies” if  someone shoots the people who recently reopened a Kansas abortion clinic.

  Dave Leach’s comments are being denounced by the leader of Iowa’s largest anti-abortion group, who says such talk is immoral and hurts the cause.

  Leach posted the comments this month on YouTube. His posting includes a recorded phone conversation he had with another man, whom Leach identifies as abortion opponent Scott Roeder. Roeder is serving a life prison sentence for the 2009 shooting death of the Wichita clinic’s then-owner, Dr. George Tiller.

  Leach has previously suggested that other men were justified in killing other abortion providers. He notes in the video that Tiller’s old clinic was recently reopened by a new abortion agency.

  “If someone would shoot the new abortionists, like Scott shot George Tiller, … hardly anyone will appreciate it but the babies,” he says. “It will be a blessing to the babies. Everyone else will panic. Of all places to open up a killing office, to reopen the one office in the United States more notorious for decades than any other is an act of defiance against God and the last remaining reverence for human life.”

  Leach runs a small music store on Des Moines’ south side and has gained attention for years with his strident opposition to abortion.

  In an interview with The Des Moines Register, Leach said he would not personally harm any abortion providers.

  “I’m 67 years old. I don’t know anything about guns,” he said. “I think I could accomplish more with words.” He denied that his comments were meant to encourage anyone to kill abortion providers. “That’s not exactly a call for that to happen,” he said. “Any reasonable person looking at that statement would not equate that with a call for action.” 

  But the leader of Iowa’s largest anti-abortion group disagreed. Jenifer Bowen, executive director of Iowa Right to Life, watched the video and was upset by Leach’s words.

  “Comments like this don’t feel any different from a jihadist calling for the death of another person he doesn’t agree with,” she said.

  Bowen said Leach has never been connected to her group. Stances like his can turn people away from the anti-abortion cause, she said. She added that her group relies on calm, reasonable discussions to change the minds of abortion supporters.

  Bowen said she condemned Tiller’s Wichita abortion practice, but she was dismayed by the doctor’s slaying.
She said Tiller’s abortion clinic would soon have been put out of business by legal challenges, but Roeder decided to kill him instead.

  “We never would work toward taking his life. He was a person,” she said of Tiller.

  In the YouTube video, the man Leach identifies as Roeder laughs as Leach talks about the prospect of someone shooting the new leaders of the Wichita clinic. Then the second man wonders aloud about the clinic director’s motives. “To walk in there and reopen a clinic, a murder mill where a man was stopped, it’s almost like putting a target on your back — saying, ‘Well, let’s see if you can shoot me,’ ” he says.

  Then the man quotes a fellow activist, who predicted that the abortion industry would end if 100 abortionists were shot. “I think eight have been shot, so we’ve got 92 to go,” the man whom Leach identified as Roeder says. “Maybe (the Wichita clinic director) will be number nine. I don’t really know. I’m not sure about that. But she’s kind of painting a target on her.”

  Officials of the clinic, the South Wind Women’s Center, did not respond to requests for comment. Tarek Rizk, a spokesman for the national abortion rights group NARAL Pro-Choice America, said the video was troubling.

  “It’s obviously very disturbing to hear these men discussing what sounds to be a criminal act in such brazen terms,” he said.  “We feel the clinic in Wichita is providing a vital service to women, giving them the tools and opportunities they need to control their own lives, and obviously we don’t think that is something they should have their lives threatened for providing.” 

  University of Iowa law professor Todd Pettys said the question of whether the men’s comments were constitutionally protected speech is a gray area. The men didn’t threaten to personally hurt anyone, he said.  Theoretically, their comments could be taken as incitement to a crime, he said, but incitement usually involves encouraging someone to immediately break the law.

  “I think they do dance up to the line, but whether they cross the line — I think reasonable judges could disagree,” he said. 

  In an interview with the Register, Leach was asked whether he would be sad if someone killed the people running the Kansas clinic.

  “It would be tragic to have someone have to die over that,” he replied, “but it’s also tragic that they would open a clinic and kill more babies.”

  Leach said he would prefer that anti-abortion activists work through the courts to have abortion banned. He said he’s been offering Roeder legal advice on how to appeal his murder conviction in a way that they hope could lead to the overturning of the Roe v. Wade ruling, which legalized abortion.

  Local Planned Parenthood officials declined to comment about Leach.  

  I want so much to agree with Jenifer Bowen -- that  stances like Leach’s can turn people away from the anti-abortion cause and we should instead rely on calm, reasonable discussions to change the minds of abortion supporters.  My domestic situation would improve and I would have time for my other obsessions, fishing and hunting.

  But when you follow the history of child murder, you realize that argument is absurd.  Satan has planted an Auschwitz in or near all of our neighborhoods.  After forty years of calm, reasonable discussion, those
murder mills are still operating at break-neck speed.

  Even more absurd: “She said Tiller’s abortion clinic would soon have been put out of business by legal challenges.”  If Bowen is aware of the Wichita situation, she could not have said that with a straight face.  Oh yes, legal  challenges certainly did lead to the closing of Tiller’s mill, but that was only because they had failed, and failed again, and would certainly have continued to fail. 

  Even prolifers who believe in calm, reasonable discussion still call abortion murder, and that will eventually move a courageous individual to act as if it is murder. Prolifers have refused to face this fact.  But killers’ helpers know it. That’s why they want to stop all of us from calling murder murder.

  When the killers’ helpers extend legalized murder to include one and two year olds and anybody over 75, will prolifers still call for calm and reasonable discussion?   

  That response does seem absurd now, doesn’t it.

  But that is what the killers’ helpers will call for then, and it’s what all official national and state prolife policy makers like Jenifer Bowen and 99.99% of us other prolifers will agree to then.

  I’d always thought Sodom and Gomorrah was an exaggeration.  What!  Five or so people saved out of a nation?  No more.

  When my family and I started our company 40 years ago, we were working out of a garage on a $600 bank loan, assembling miniature picture  frames. Our first retail store wasn't much bigger than most people's  living rooms, but we had faith that we would succeed if we lived and  worked according to God's word.

   From there, Hobby Lobby has become one of the nation's largest arts and crafts retailers, with more than 500  locations in 41 states. Our children grew up into fine business leaders, and today we run Hobby Lobby together, as a family.

    We're Christians, and we run our business on Christian principles. I've always said that the first two goals of our business are (1) to run our business in harmony with God's laws, and (2) to focus on  people more than money. And that's what we've tried to do. We close early so our employees can see their families at night. We keep our stores closed on Sundays, one of the week's biggest shopping days, so that our workers and their families can enjoy a day of rest.

  We believe that it is by God's grace that Hobby Lobby has endured, and he  has blessed us and our employees. We've not only added jobs in a weak economy, we've raised wages for the past four years in a row. Our full-time employees start at 80% above minimum wage.

   But now, our government threatens to change all of that. A new government healthcare mandate says that our family business MUST provide what I believe are abortion-causing drugs as part of our health insurance. Being Christians, we don't pay for drugs that might cause abortions, which means that we don't cover emergency contraception, the morning-after pill or the week-after pill. We believe doing so might end a life after the moment of conception,  something that is contrary to our most important beliefs. It goes against the Biblical principles on which we have run this company  since day one

  If we refuse to comply, we could face $1.3 million PER DAY in government fines. Our government threatens to fine job creators in a bad economy. Our government threatens to fine a company that's raised wages four years running. Our government threatens to fine a family for running its business according to its beliefs. It's not right.

  I  know people will say we ought to follow the rules; that it's the same for everybody.  But that's not true. The government has exempted thousands of  companies from this mandate, for reasons of convenience or cost. But it won't exempt them for reasons of religious belief.

  So, Hobby Lobby and my family are forced to make a choice. With great reluctance, we filed a lawsuit today, represented by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, asking a federal court to stop this mandate before it hurts our business. We don't like to go running into court, but we no longer have a choice. We believe people are more important than the bottom line and that honoring God is more important than  turning a profit.

  My family has lived the American dream. We want to continue growing our company and providing great jobs for thousands of employees, but the government is going to make that much more difficult. The government is forcing us to choose between following our faith and following the law. I say that's a choice no American and no American business should have to make.

  The government cannot force you to follow laws that go against your fundamental religious belief. They have exempted thousands of  companies but will not exempt Christian organizations including the Catholic church.

  Since you will not see this in the liberal media, please pass this on  to all your contacts.


 David Green, CEO and Founder of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. 

  Cathy Ramey sent this, along with her usual powerful comments:

  Please see the letter . . . from Hobby Lobby CEO; where are all those other enterprises, churches, seminaries, Christian schools, Christian-owned businesses...
  This is not a time for cowardice. If the "Church" at large were holding to righteousness, the Light would be so bright the media and the government could not mow over the few like Hobby Lobby. . . .

  Darkness as great as that which has fallen upon this nation gives us an unparalleled opportunity to make God's glory distinct against the "justice" of this present evil age.

   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 Des Moines, Iowa 50947-0001. 
  Ask the non-feds how they may receive money – check, money order, etc. It varies by state.

  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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