Sunday, September 29, 2013

"Contraception" is Murder, August 2, 11-9, 2013


formerly, Abortion is Murder, and, before that, skyp

(stop killing young  people)


August 2, 2013,  Vol. 11   No. 9

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 229

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.


  I think we can all agree there is nothing peaceful, nonviolent, or prolife about letting innocent children be killed. So I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect children from 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., (out on bail)

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



  Libby Anne Gets It Right


  Let me tell you a story of two seemingly unconnected events. Both took place in Bloomington, Indiana, in early April of this year.

  The first event took place on April 5th on the campus of Indiana University. It was that evening that Clearnote Campus Fellowship, the student outreach arm of Clearnote Church, brought in R.C. Sproul Jr. as a guest speaker. Sproul Jr. is a popular conservative pastor and theologian . . . he tackled legal baby killing.

  The second event took place in the same town early the following Thursday, April 11th. That morning a man attacked the Bloomington, Indiana, Planned Parenthood with an ax.



  These two events—the guest lectures drawing a comparison between the two Holocausts, Germany’s and ours, and the attack on the mill—took place within the same week in the same Midwestern college town. That does not, of course, prove that they were related. Indeed, Indiana Right to Life released a statement condemning the use of force. This is a pattern that repeats time and again—pro-life leaders and Christian speakers use strident and vivid rhetoric about the heartless murder of infants and draw comparisons between the horrors of the German Holocaust and ours, and then they act surprised when a random individual somewhere takes the rhetoric to heart and responds by shooting a baby killer or damaging a mill. They condemn the use of force and assert that they had nothing whatsoever to do with it—because they don’t support the use of force!

  But in this case there is a factor that connects the two incidents. Benjamin Curell was a deacon at Clearnote Church, the organization whose college outreach arm brought Sproul Jr. to speak. In fact, Curell’s father is the church’s associate pastor. In other words, it’s almost certain that Curell heard Sproul Jr. speak the previous weekend, whether he attended the lectures on Friday or sat through the guest sermon on Sunday. While we can’t know what motivated Curell to attack the mill at this particular time, I don’t think it’s a stretch to suggest that Sproul Jr.’s talks painted a vivid “USA’s younger people/Germany’s older people” killing comparison and his calling out the Right on not doing enough to “end the evil” played a role.

  In the wake of the attack and arrest, Clearnote Church released a statement . . .   Not surprisingly, the statement fits the pattern I identified above: a man attacks a baby killing mill and his zealously anti-abortion church immediately distances itself and says they never advocated that. They want baby killing banned without exception, and believe that abortion is the murder of babies, but they would never call for or condone being forceful to accomplish that. How could anyone suggest a connection?

  I’m sure that R. C. Sproul Jr. would do the same, if asked—and because I’m sure he never actually called for someone to use force, he has plausible deniability.

  The problem is that you can’t go telling people that our Holocaust is ten times worse than Germany’s was without the chance that at least a few people will really take that to heart and act on it. I don’t think the leaders

of the pro-life movement properly respect the simple reality that their rhetoric will naturally lead some people to respond forcefully.

  How could it not? You can’t tell people that babies are being barbarically murdered, chopped to pieces and left bloody in buckets of waste, without at least a few of them deciding that force is justified to save the lives of the innocent.

  It’s almost certainly the case that Sproul Jr. didn’t call for using force against those who kill young people, but it’s also almost certainly the case that his inflammatory rhetoric stirred up one of his audience, Benjamin Curell, to respond realistically and bravely.


  Libby might be prodeath, but when it comes to straight talk, she humbles us.




  The latest from Jim Kopp:


  My cert. app. (Supreme Court Certiorari application) is now before them.  I would be so grateful if you would be so kind as to pray for this, the last stop on the road for me.

  Of course, I look forward to entering the Court of Jesus, the only true Judge, but down here below, the babies could use a break.

  I am slowly but surely getting to Dan Holman’s position: the real problem is American “Christianity,” either Fake Catholic or Fake Protestant flavor. This counterfeit faith kills more babies than 1000 Rachel Maddows, bless her heart.  We know where she’s coming from.

  The real baby killing happens when Fake christians who should be in the gap offer compromise with the devil in the name of the “lord.”  This is not the real Jesus, but a substitute Made In America, in the fevered swamps and fleshpots of Stepford whitebread suburbs.

  A bystander can’t be blamed for receiving this horsecrap as the real deal, due to it’s apparent bona fides, and, then, acting accordingly, which leads directly to more baby deaths.

  We don’t need a corrupt Supreme Court, Congress, or President  or media to kill babies!  We can do it all on our own!  If Mr. Moron From Nairobi had not brought about the enhanced baby shredding of Obamacare, we’d’ve invented it ourselves.

  I hope to expand on this.

  Meanwhile, Accept No Substitutes.  The real Jesus is not a “christian” radio Teddy bear.  Such blasphemy!  Every note of it, whether sung by musicians or corporate model fake-ass “pro-lifers.”  The name of Jesus used as a narcotic and nawt else.


  I am not afraid of your power on earth, PC crony corporate-model fake prolifers, but if I do not warn you, you will die in sin, and the Lord will ask me to account for your life.

  Repent, hurry, a dozen children were torn apart just since you started reading this.

  Diesel/unleaded, 50/50, plastic WalMart gas can, road flare.  Try it in an open field one night.  See why half a million French prison guards can’t all be wrong.  And they are protestors.

  S&H, too.  Bulk paint.

  Repent.  Hurry.


    Will someone please explain Jimbo’s ending for me.




Dear Sir John Dunk,  I read your July 1 2013 Vol note.

  Thanks-U-4-putting my name in your writings in July 1 Vol.

  Well no one cares that they didn’t give dead little children a grave.  What has the Catholic Church gone -2-.  We try -2- stop the killings. But the ones that die no church believes in them  (rest in peace),  The federal gov tax’s payers across this nation’s taxes pay  -2- kill little children but they don’t give them a grave.  It’s a live punish -2- death w/o a grave and paid by  USA tax payers. What about that John, Don, Cathy Ramey, any comments?  We grieve the miscarriages, the falling soldiers of the army, but we disrespect the little people and where are the last rights before death, and Kermit Gosnell?  May they please send him -2- my sell here in Terre Haute In and the “workers” of his killing mill of PA, party -2- his crimes and how many babies  was unrespected by his staff.  Where is the “love” of the rest of his people men/women of this nation. Where the justice of the grave yards. What must happen the men of this nation are yellow belly.  It’s not one nation under God  it’s one nation of yellow belly men who pay for little children -2- die.  Our gov is doom.   There must be a new law and it’s not O,Booba law.

  So SKYP pray -4- the end of the world/ and -2- be ready to defend God’s word, love one and other and kill all that don’t amen

  Peace -2- all.  Save the children  I am in the Hole here at Terre Haute, no phone, call my roomate and tell her I love her   RobinHood,  920-894-1132  God Bless


  Francis Grady doesn’t sign this but I recognize my correspondents.




  Cathy Ramey tells us how the killing industry stopped people from acting on the realization that morality was why someone ended the career of Babykiller Bart:


  Enter the abortion lobby:

  In an upside down world, one where justice has been turned on its head, having no legs to stand upon, it is sometimes necessary to prop up the preferred worldview, that is, the worldview adopted by Slepian and so many others. The abortion lobby is called into action, each player stepping forth with a soundbite of outrage; each player smoothly suggesting that birthing babies in pieces is part and parcel of a noble healthcare tradition.
  Bypassing the "product" of Slepian's work, they use women as mannequin-like props, turning them center-stage and adjusting the lighting so that the harvest of such an untimely birth is carefully kept out of sight. They cleverly suggest that the life and death struggle of abortion is ultimately representative of a threat to fertile women rather than small, soft, infant bodies.
  Slepian, they say, "was one of the few physicians with the integrity to stand up for what he believed," slyly suggesting that those many thousands of physicians all across the country who have refused to commit abortions are cowardly; they have not taken up the abortion-cudgel and advanced the cause. Somehow by their non-activism they have allowed a substantial part of the public to believe that the abortion-remedy is not essential to a woman's healthcare.

  So begins the process of turning a mediocre foreign medical school graduate into a hero.

  It takes some fine footwork to make an academic under-achiever, a zealot for the right to kill Unborn babies, into a bastion of pride for the militant feminist movement. It requires making excuses for his brutality not only to Unborn children but also to the born.
  For example, so far the abortion lobby has successfully translated a 1988 assault against a man and another person's vehicle into an act of wartime bravado. Slepian beat a pro-life picketer with a baseball bat and smashed the windows of a van. His act of courage against unarmed, peaceable protesters resulted in a judge ordering him to pay damages both for the vehicle and the victim's medical bills.
  Not coincidentally a candlelight vigil meant to memorialize Slepian only a day after the shooting drew dozens of abortion rights activists, several families whose children were safely delivered by Slepian, but not a single aborted mother.   

  There is something yet uncomfortable about a woman admitting to having participated with the likes of Bart Slepian in the destruction of her own child. Still, the abortion lobby and media made much of the small crowd.
  Inflating figures is what the abortion industry does best when it suits them. A small crowd may become "hundreds," a hundred pre-1973 illegal abortions become thousands, even millions, and the number of acts of "violence" perpetrated against abortionists and their facilities is said to be 1,700 within the past 15 years.
  FBI statistics say that the number is 167. But number 1,700 is so much more impressive when one is molding the likes of Slepian into a martyr, and besides, no one bothers to challenge statistics anyway. An utter apathy over ascertaining truth is a hallmark feature of an upside down world.

  Beyond an ability to turn pond-water-scum into wine, the abortion lobby is lucky this year. They have a sex-addicted president in the White House who has said that no abortion, no matter how late or patently barbaric should be disallowed. Coming on to pregnant women is apparently a turn-off to a guy who can't keep his zipper closed.

  Abortion is so important as a foundation-stone for a sex-compulsive society that the leader of the "free world" has vouched that some abortion sacrifices may happen even after all but the baby's head has emerged from the womb. Death comes suddenly with a jab into the back of the skull—something like pithing a frog in a lab—even as the infant's warm legs and arms move for safety beneath an abortionist's fingers.
  In this upside down world it is the death of an abortionist like Slepian that brings one to shudder, not the sight of an innocent Unborn child who has been treated like mere offal on the altar of abortion.


  This magnificent 1997 writing will continue for several more issues of CIM.  Keep back copies.




  Melvin and Maud continues as well:


MV:  Why was the creation of monogamous marriage and family a bad thing?


DC:  Patriarchal marriage and family introduced the idea of exclusion into the world, that some persons, namely one’s biological relatives, are  more deserving on one’s labor, loyalty, and affection than others.  Rich families started to monopolize property, which had formerly b belonged to the collective. They bestowed superior  resources and education on their children, while poor families had only inferior resource4s to pass on to their children, giving the rich an unequal start in life.  an unequal start in life naturally led to uneq2ul outcomes.  As families accumulated wealth and property and passed it on to their heirs, economic classes developed.  To protect their accumulated property, the rich class banded together and organized the modern state; its laws designed to protect their property and keep the poor class in subjection.  Out of the economic class system was hatched all the other forms of oppression: racism,  homophobia, ageism, speciesism. Everything can be traced back to that original sin: MONOGAMUS MARRIAGE.


MV:  I am just trying to get my mind around the idea that marriage and family were invented as part of some conspiracy to enslave women and children.  Can it b e that every thirteen-year-old girl dreams of wearing a wedding dress like every slave dreams of wearing chains?  That seems so incredible to me!


DC: Most people blithely accept oppression; they even come to enjoy it.


MV:  As far as slave systems go, marriage and family has to be the most ingenious one in history.  Slave revolts, as you know, re quite common in history.  On several occasions the Helots of ancient Greece rose up against their Spartan masters./  In 79 B.C. Spartacus and his army of slaves nearly sacked Rome.  But in the annals of history there has not been one instance of housewives organizing  slave revolt to overthrow patriarchy.  Quite a remarkable achievement.  How has patriarchy managed to keep its women and children slaves in line ac ross countless centuries?


DC:  Through an elaborate process of indoctrination.  From the time they are old enough to walk, little boys and girls are brainwashed into accepting their gender roles.  Boys are taught to be aggressive, girls to be passive. 
Boys are told they are stronger, girls that they are weaker.  Boys are told that the world is their oyster, girls that their place is in the home.  And the slaves are told that nature has decreed it, that nature has assigned each a gender role and to refuse it is a crime against nature.


MV: Truly remarkable. Who designed this vast system of indoctrination?


DC:  The intellectual foundations fort heterosexual gender roles were built by Aristotle and the Christian Church. for a thousand years the Church promulgated the idea that man served a certain purpose in the universe.  Before the advent of modern science it was still possible to convince people that the universe constituted a moral order and that every object in it was guided from within  by its own nature to fill a certain purpose.  There was a kind of life that befits a hippopotamus and one that befits a human being.  A hippo wades around in rivers and eats river grass.  A man becomes a husband and father, a woman becomes a wife and mother.  Marriage and family were, therefore, part of the natural order of things.


MV:  Were they wrong Doctor?


DC:  They were.


MV:  Then what purpose does man serve in the universe?


DC:  None whatsoever.  Man wasn’t made for any purpose; he is the produce of random material processes, nothing more.


MV:  Please elaborate on this random universe, if you will.


DC:  In the seventeenth century Kepler, Galileo, and Newton began the process of “expelling the idea of purpose” from the universe when they rejected Aristotle’s notion of final causes.  The aim of their science was to predict and control events.  To predict an eclipse, what they needed to know was not its final cause, or its purpose, but its efficient cause.  Observation proved that the moon passed between the earth and the sun every so many days and that was all they needed to know – no reason or purpose, just a mechanical process.

  The mechanistic model of the universe is what separates the modern worldview from the medieval.  According to the modern worldview, the universe is “purposeless, senseless, meaningless.  Nature is nothing but matter in motion. The motion of the matter is governed not by purpose but by blind forces and laws.”


MV:  As I understand it the mechanistic model of the universe had a devastating impact on religious beliefs.


DC:  Accepting the implications of the mechanistic model made it impossible for many intellectuals in

Europe to believe in the God of the Scriptures, the Jehovah who intervenes directly in the world with miracles and guides the events of history through this divine providence. 
  Such direct intervention violated the mechanical laws of nature.  But at the same time the complexity of the universe, especially the complexity of life, made it impossible for them to believe that mechanical laws alone could have put everything together just so.

  William Paley said, “In crossing a heath, suppose I pitched my foot against a stone and were asked how the stone came to be there; I might answer that. . . it had lain there forever . . . But suppose I found a watch upon the ground, and should it be inquired how the watch came to be in that place, I should hardly think to answer the way I had before . . . The watch must have had   maker . . .”

  It was the same with complex life-forms.  Paley thought there had to be a God, a supreme watchmaker to build  objects like human beings.  So thought most educated folks – until Darwin.


  This ends the first third of Melvin and Maud. Getting interesting, ain’t it.




  Neal is Outraged:


  Obama pledges $7 billion to Africa for...power

  That’s $7 billion of your tax dollars that will actually be used as the payoff for those nations that agree to support the homosexual and abortion agenda I exposed in the video I made when I was in Africa two weeks ago alerting my brothers and sisters in Christ in Africa about what was coming soon, and has now arrived, from the USA. 

  While I was doing that, those who claim to be Christians in the USA went about continuing to be the cows milked for the sticky, cum-colored milk shakes being drank by the homosexuals and abortionists of this world.

  And why do those Christians allow themselves to be milked?   Because they really care only for themselves and those they identify as belonging to themselves.  That is what they call the “love” of God.  They would rather be milked by the abortionists and homosexuals than do anything to rock the luv boat they are cruising so comfortably in.

  In short, they have no more insight into who belongs to the true and living God than Barack Obama and his ilk.  Their God, like the God of Barack Obama, is a respecter of persons, a God willing to tolerate the most heinous assaults and murders against the least among us as long as the American Christians get to continue to ride on their luv boat cruise.

  I can only contain my rage because I believe with every fiber of my being that there is a God who will bring His chastisement of Justice on us all.  That’s why I yell, Broken Arrow!  Broken Arrow!




  What do you think?


  *  After Texas passed abortion limits, Nancy Uhde wrote:


   How about setting some limits on rape and robbery, too. People shouldn't be able to rob stores before 10 pm or rape anyone under the age of 17.  I can not believe anyone (yet EVERYONE seems to be) would be celebrating ‘limits’ on murder. Do people think?


  *  I disagree with Nancy here.  If rape were legal for twenty-and-unders and our opponents wanted that raised to twenty-five, getting it down to seventeen might be cause for celebration as well.

  Moreover, prodeath activists are beside themselves with outrage.  Can’t help liking that.


  *  Next day Nancy posted this, from Thomas Hoefling:


  A judge today once again ruled against another state's compromised abortion legislation. Said that the state not only failed to demonstrate any need to regulate abortion, they failed to demonstrate any COMPELLING need to do so.

  Just as we said they would do. After forty years of this nonsense you think people would understand the game. Not only are these "incremental" bills wrong, they simply don't work. So much for "we're going to save some." No, these lawless laws assure the continued killing of ALL. Either all are protected equally, as the Constitution absolutely demands, or NONE are secure in their most important right, the right to live.

  THAT, my friends, is the only truly compelling argument, one that will stand the test of time, and morality, and constitutionality, and legality, no matter what any judge thinks or says or does.
  "No person shall be deprived of life without due process of law."
  "No State shall deprive any person of life without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
  "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men..."


 *  There you have it, folks. Should we support both  incremental and absolute prolife legislation, or only one of them?

  I thought I knew the answer, but now I think Uhde/Hoefling are on the right tack.  They just don’t go far enough.

  All of us support incremental and absolute prolife legislation.  We also support incremental and absolute prodeath legislation.   We support all existing legislation because we pay for it (except of course for those eleven individuals listed above, and Paul Hill).

  We might talk, write, act, and vote prolife. But that’s really all “walk.”  What’s that saying – “Bullshit walks and money talks”?  So long as we pay, we obey. 

  The horror of legally killing  young people will continue until the eleven become one hundred, in other words until Jesus selects many more martyrs.

  Not me, though, Lord, not me.       




  Neal Horsley, dressed in KKK whites, sings this on a video in front of a mill black people are entering:


Come on in everybody, come on in.

Come on in and bring your black friends.

This is the place where you spend your time.

You’ll enrich your life and mine.

So come on in my jiggaboo buddies, come on in.


Come on in my special friends.

You’ll please the president and all the president’s men.

Come on in everybody. Get rid of your black babies.

Come on in my black buddies, come on in.

You’ll enrich our nation; defuse the population bomb.

So come on in everybody, come on in.


You can be a great American

Every time you come.

So line up at the door.

Bring on in your black whore.


You’ll be a member of the KKK

If you come on in today.

You’ll be a member of the KKK

If you come on in today.


  And here’s what happened earlier:


  The most amazing thing just happened.  I was making the KKK video I told most of you about outside my warehouse in front of a green screen so I could put a different background in.  I was in full KKK regalia, but it’s Sunday morning and hardly any traffic passes my warehouse at that time.  I started playing the KKK song and I saw somebody out of the corner of my eye.  It was a large black man walking his dog.

  He stopped and I saw him pull out his camera on his phone and start shooting.  I continued to sing and he walked closer.  When the song was over he was about 10 feet away and I started explaining why I was standing there singing in a KKK robe, trying to get black people to come into abortion mills. 

  We talked and at first he didn’t want me to video him videoing me, and he was clearly on the verge of going ballistic on me.  But as I explained how we had tried everything to get black people to help us outlaw abortion and they still end up providing a hugely disproportionate numbers of the babies, he heard me out.  And he glimpsed--at least glimpsed--how, paradoxically, pretending to be the KKK outside an abortion clinic singing that particular song might make sense.

  Then I told him that God had sent him and that he was supposed to be in a separate video, one where we talked about why I was doing the KKK bit.

  He seemed to agree with the idea.  He had videoed our conversation with his phone all the time.  But he or I didn’t know how to get his video out of his phone and he left to go talk to his daughter.  It was obvious that he had not digested what had just happened over the last 10 or 15 minutes, and he clearly did not know what his final conclusion would be.

  All I know is this: what’s the odds of a black man come walking by at just the moment I had chosen to be least likely to be seen in my costume?  And that man have a camera and that man take the role of the black man who might or might not attack me in my KKK regalia.   

  I think God did something.  I’ll keep you posted.




  A nine-year-old wrote this:


  i love you God i like you i love you you are my salva­tion without your light i cannot live you are my heart my love you make me help my neighbor you are my love you are the only God in the world...without you the world
would not exist.. .you love me and you want me to be

your son and to declare to you that i am your son i swear it by yourself I love you and i have always loved you you are my father and i am your son you love me and i love you with all my soul and all my heart you have given me life you have given me eyes, mouth nose head you have given me everything my mother my father my heart my life of God of my lord and my love you are my salvation my mother cherishes me she adores me she loves me she gives me everything i need from a mother she is such a good mother and my daddy gives me everything i need from a daddy God i don't know what i would have done without you you are my soul my heart my life my loving.... you are my whole world my sun my moon my water my earth my bread of the gift you are my loving my fruit my world.... thank you for listening to me



 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 PO Box 474701,  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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