Thursday, December 26, 2013

"Contraception" is Murder, November, 11-16, 2013


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

(stop killing young  people)


November, 2013,  Vol. 11   No. 16

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 210

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

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

3.         Grady, Francis 11656-089, USP Allenwood, P.O. Box 3000, White Deer, PA  17887

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

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

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

7.         Rogers, Bobby Joe 21292-017, USP Beaumont,  PO Box 26030, Beaumont, TX 77720

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

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

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




  Francis Grady sent me about eight letters recently.  I’ll post a few here, a few there:


  Mr. John Dunkle,  God blerss “all” his children.

  John nice volume bout paul hill, now he,  paul, is a real trooper.  From God’s angels rose up w/power -2- stop a Government killer amen

  -2- paul, may he rest in pece.

  Now we must build a bridge across this band of killers.  We need new abortion signs, ones that have little children for the mother -2- see what they are robbing there self from.  A child of Lord Jesus.  If we show things of love they might do good.  Amen

  So Now w/stand -2- complete 4- everstanding life in heaven.  I have a pass of life until every lasting life By the Book of Good their in revuation chapter -22-

but however my appeal brief is in Sir John I am getting -2- be bless w/new trial in Green Bay Wisconsin.

  the Docket Brief is in Praise Thee Lord..  John Dunkle for -4- all his children.  My Drive is -2- free all them souls that are  trap in the abortion center in the USA. -2- free them -2- the stars of heaven and pray -2- rejoice there souls w/ Now!! my Roomate, soulmate Robin hood,,, I, dont get any letter i worry in pray -4- her return.  Thanks -4- all the Prays for healing and love of Pray is a gift of  Love from God.




Dear John, Does pregnancy begin at fertilization or implantation? Let's take a deeper look into this question.

  In an ectopic pregnancy, the baby implants in the wrong place, outside the normal region of the uterine cavity. The fallopian tube is the most common place of ectopic pregnancy. But the baby can also implant in the abdominal cavity, outside the uterus, and in some cases the baby will be born healthy from a full term abdominal pregnancy by caesarean section.

  The most common occurrence of an abdominal pregnancy is known as a secondary abdominal pregnancy. What "secondary" means is that first the baby implants in the fallopian tube, then the baby reimplants in the abdominal cavity after the fallopian tube bursts from the baby's growth. So there are actually two implantations in this case: First the baby implants in the fallopian tube and, after the tube bursts, the baby comes out of it and implants for a second time in the abdominal cavity.

  So if the start of pregnancy is defined as implantation, not only would this mean two separate pregnancies for the same baby without any intervening deliveries or transfers, but it would also mean pregnancy begins at an indefinite time depending on when the implantation occurs. For example, in the case of a secondary abdominal pregnancy, the second implantation begins two months or more after fertilization, after the fallopian tube bursts.

  Thus it is evident that implantation does not properly regard  the onset of pregnancy overall. Rather, implantation merely regards the commencement of a site-specific maintenance of pregnancy, depending on where and when the baby establishes an attachment to the mother. Normally this occurs in the uterine cavity, but in an ectopic pregnancy even a series of implantations is possible. In contrast, fertilization regards the commencement of pregnancy in the overall sense and is independent of a maintenance site or specific actions such as implantation.

  Although abortion is the term commonly used to describe the termination of pregnancy, to avoid ambiguity it is better to use the term concepticide (conceptus + -cide) as the taking of the life of a conceptus. This makes it clear that drugs and devices to terminate pregnancy are concepticidal, whether acting before or after implantation. It also makes it clear that practices such as discarding human embryos are concepticidal.

  This is why I suggested in the past that you change the name of your newsletter to "Concepticide is Murder." Of course, "Contraception is Murder" is valid too if you are trying to emphasize that many forms of contraception are in fact concepticidal. Sincerely, Cal




  NARAL’s Ilyse Hogue sends me her newsletter and I find in it things like this:


  When 16-year-old Emily* asked Judge Peter Batallion permission to get an abortion, he told her she would be “killing the child inside of her.”


  Ilyse then tries to get a hundred thousand killers’ helpers to sign her petition to reprimand the judge (and send her cash).

  I signed and sent nothing, but I did email her:  “That judge is outrageous!  Why can’t he say ‘killing the kangaroo or the mole or the goldfish inside of her’ like we do?”

  Well, actually, I emailed nothing either ’cause I want to keep receiving that valuable missive.  I just save my comments for here.


  And here’s why I want to stay on NARAL’s mailing list:


  Friend, I want to make sure you saw Ilyse’s email from Friday. Ken Cuccinelli--once again--had the nerve to compare abortion to slavery. And this time, he took it a step further suggesting abortion could be grounds for a Civil War…just like slavery. A governor like Ken Cuccinelli would be a devastating blow for the women of Virginia and for women across America. This is only the latest in his continued attacks against women and their right to choose. I urge you to join the fight today.

  This race is close. We need every dollar we can raise. And we need it now. Stand with us against Ken Cuccinelli with a donation today and help support all the important work we do.

  We're in this together.  Melissa Schwartz Development Director


  It’s not the first time NARAL’s gone after Cuccinelli.  He’s #1 on their hit list so he should be #1 on our help list.

  The American Way of Life and Death


  Sarah Elizabeth Brown was 36 weeks-old when her mother decided not to keep her – nearly full term. Dr. George Tiller, a late-term abortionist who lived in Kansas, attempted to kill Sarah with a shot of potassium chloride, but she didn’t take to the poison injection the way she should have. Instead of the needle piercing Sarah’s heart, it punctured her brain.

  Sarah was born not long after and was adopted.

  She was blind, had a stroke at about six months, and finally passed away from kidney failure at age five.  

  The killer himself was terminated a few years later.




  The American Way of Doing Business


 The personal writings and archives of Rev. Michael Bray, a central figure to the extremist wing of the anti-abortion movement  who is best known for his role in the bombing of clinics providing abortion services, will be auctioned on Oct. 13, 2013 through Oct. 23, 2013.  Bray is a self-ordained minister who was convicted  of participating in the bombing of a number of clinics that provided abortion services in the Washington, D.C. area.  Bray served time in prison from 1985 until 1989 for his role and has continued to serve as a leader in the militant Christian anti-abortion movement, advocating for direct (including violent) action against those who perform abortions.”


  Bray responds, ”Cassel  and Associates sells Brays confiscated writings for PP!  The same writings deemed a threat by PP!

  “Are the ‘borts the courts or both schizophrenic?” 



  During the four years he spent in lock-up, Robert Weiler contributed frequently to this newsletter.  Check out his October 2010 essay, one of the most interesting I’ve ever posted.  Since prison he’s gotten married and started his own business. 

  Two days ago Robert finally escaped restriction as well and he began carrying out his plan to visit those who kept him going during the long four years: me, Don Spitz, Mike Bray, and Dan Holman.

  Robert just left Reading where we spent two valuable hours together.  Now I hope Don, Mike, and Dan will also get to spend time with this remarkable young man.

  Robert says he is not a good sidewalk counselor but find out how he goes about fighting the war anyway these days and you’ll see why I say he’s the only one I know who is just as valuable fighting for life outside prison as inside.


  Here’s a list of aphorisms Robert gathered recently, some new, some old:


1.  I would not shoot an abortionist but who am I to impose my morality on someone else?
2. The prosecution and execution of Paul Hill violates his privacy rights.

3. Paul Hill changed the heart of John Britton; he changed his baby-killing breathing heart to the still heart of a dead man.

4. We cannot be sure it’s wrong to kill an abortionist because we don’t know when life begins!

5. Killing an abortionist should only be done if the baby’s life is in danger.

6. We can stop the shooting of abortionists by legalizing their executions.

7. Paul Hill had more love and courage in his little finger than the entire Body of Professing Believers in America.

8. We are not advocating violence; we advocate stopping the violence. It’s open season on babies seven days a week. Why don’t we have one day, call it Wacky Wednesday, when we kill four thousand abortionists. Baby murder would grind to a halt. Experts agree, “Dead Doctors Don’t Kill Children.”

9. I’m pro-choice on killing abortionists. Is this not a personal decision? Furthermore, I think killing abortionists should be safe, legal and rare.

Rev. Spitz comments: “One that Robert left out:  Don't believe in shooting babykilling abortionists?  Then don't shoot one.”



  My favorite is #4.




  messages from two great people:


BOBBY JOE ROGERS asks me to ask Christians to write him.  He is a very nice man, i enjoy his letters.

Also please remember those that are incarcerated this thanksgiving and Christmas.

thanks ya'll        Tobra  ____________________________



  another from Francis


  MR, John D --  Hi the BOP destroy your pamphelt  I only receive page 5-6 all rip up.

  I am real mad at the BOP.  you Poor tax payers foot the Bill thay feed and don’t work us.  I ask the  warden to put me on the “Rock pile” or chain gang  not even this place is weak no slave labor I like to work.  Johk,, I am the saime feed me don’t work us or me.   Waste good food all we do eat shit sleep.  What do we do John Dunken?  Maybe can you print this words of thi Prisoner of Christ.  Amen

   -4- score a 10000- years ago Jesus die on the cross

-4- our sin he the Lord gave his own life.  Why the gov. could sleep at night for the tax papers could sleep at night.  Well John sleeping at night don’t save little troopers lives.

  Fight -4- the rights of the unborn we all must reach down in our souls John, Don, Father Pear, TOBRA, Cathy, Melvin, Maude, Mr. Broke of CA, the little troopers are paying the price there Blood is spill on the U.S. land in Murdering Mills By Butchers and eye -4- an eye Blood -4- Blood  must i spell it out.

  The army don’t care the law 1973 kill over 65 Million Tax payers what is wong Men & Ladys 65 million little troops are going -2- fly down from heaven with our Lord and sit and wate -4- the butchers of Kill mills & there unwanted murdering Moms and Watch there Lord cast them -2- Hell burning hell but -4- now Melvin, Maude, Tobra, Cathy Father pear, John don Rev Don, it D.C. and all prisoners of Christ we must stand an fight -4- our true little troopers that die w/o last rights or grave, or first breath of air, or paying taxes.

  amen to our little troopers – fineally I have the video of me driving in the Plant Parenthood april 1 2012 a live video me smashing window Pouring the 5 elements in too the window then the lord yes the Lord lit up the kill mill yes if i send that Video -2- yous can put on the internet a live fire of Kill Room can yous sell it on e-bait or better yet put on a site and $495.00 a Video yes 50% goes to PRO-LIFE 50% goes -4- new lawyer plust in the Video my whole right hand is on fire, on Video Plant Parant Hood on fire My right hand on fire plust my Video of testomonay w/FBI and grandchute P.D. yes live Video yes live to sell to the eyes of e-bait, plust Video of exame Room of Killing Butchering Room yes the Lord put my feet -2- the killin Room Window -2- releast the sould of little troopers

  Who want -2- handle the task of the Videos  lets put some money love in Pro-Life & my lawyers even pay for the new flash letters of contreptions is Murder some money -4- ink stamps yes can any one handle this so reply w/letter sir John Dunkers.

  Can we get the trust fund for the little troopers

  We can call it the llast Right for Video of Plantit Parant Hoods Video

  any one game -2- show the world live Video of the rights of little troopers


  Francis has a great idea here, I think.  I’m writing to him for details.




  Neal Horsley circulates one of his pointed videos, this one comparing most of us to those who ignored the dying man in “The Good Samaritan” story.  Neal asks why, and Terry answers:


Dear Neal:  Why won't [we] help? Because [we] put the babies in the ditch [ourselves]. The babies weren't dragged out like Jews in The Third Reich by goose-stepping goons with guns in the dead of night and herded into cattle cars to extermination camps in Poland. No. They were hauled out by their parents in broad daylight to America's Abortion Auschwitzes on Main Street USA with the full cooperation of the local police and politicians they elected to public office, and who pay the killers with public money.

  That’s why.              




  Sher Ziev interviews Rev. Michael Bray


  Recently, I read that Planned Parenthood was attempting to collect on a legal judgment against Michael Bray. I wanted to learn more about it and contacted him. Michael is arguably one of the most controversial figures in the anti-abortion movement. Some love him and some hate him. He was convicted of conspiracy in the planned bombing of an abortion clinic and spent time in prison. Today, he continues to maintain his innocence in the matter. The reason(s) for his position are included in the below interview. I disagree with Michael on a number of things. However, I also find him and his story most interesting – if not compelling. I hope that you will too.

Sher: Michael, thanks so much for joining me, today. You are likely one of – if not the – most controversial anti-abortion activists today. First and foremost, you have been one of the most controversial figures in the pro-life movement. You have been called "violent" by the abortion crowd and to be fair, after a series of bombings of Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, in 1985 you were arrested, charged, convicted of conspiracy and spent 1985-1989 in prison. Would you tell us what led you to your actions and what Scripture(s) you followed to support your decision.

Michael: Thank you for the opportunity to share some facts on the subject as well as my thoughts. The record shows that I was convicted in federal court on the testimony of Thomas Spinks, a co-defendant, on various conspiracy charges in connection with the destruction of several abortuaries – $1 million in damages (in 1984 dollars) – by means of explosives and/or fire in D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware. Mr. Spinks had denied any involvement on my part until, while sitting in jail for months without bail, his resolve weakened. The joy of having blessed the nation with deliverance from several baby-butchering contemporary Auschwitzes began to wear thin as he sat in a noisy jail without any lawyers coming to his aid, threatened severely with many years in prison. He was offered an attractive plea bargain in exchange for testifying that I collaborated with him; he would be given a 15-year sentence rather than sixty-some years. Another co-defendant and associate of Mr. Spinks was Kenneth Shields who was sentenced by plea agreement to two years.
  The record also shows that upon appeal my conviction was reversed in the summer of 1985, after 18 months of jail time. Returning to trial and facing additional charges amounting to an aggregate forty-some years, creatively assembled by U.S. district attorneys, I opted to enter an "Alford Plea" rather than a plea of "innocent." This eponymous term derives from a 1963 North Carolina case where Mr. Henry Alford could in good conscience admit no guilt in a murder charge. However, in the face of evidence likely enough to bring a conviction and the option of pleading guilty to reduce the severity of the punishment, he opted to enter a guilty plea without admission of guilt. Under this "Alford Doctrine," I entered a guilty plea and admitted no guilt. The plea bargaining between my lawyers and the federal prosecutors – with the judge's compliance – was that a straight "guilty" plea would result in a five-year sentence. My preferred Alford Plea could be had for an extra year. Additionally, while waiting in a noisy county jail in Maryland for a few weeks through these negotiations, having been uprooted from my new home in Ray Brook F.C.I, near Lake Placid, New York, it was communicated to me by my attorney from "the court" that a benefit of entering a straight guilty plea would redound to my being let out on bond for a few weeks to join my family over Christmas. Sentencing would occur after the holidays and I could return to my new "home" in New York for another 18 months to complete the three real time years on a five-year sentence.
  I opted for the Alford Plea. Six years. And no release on bond to be home for a few weeks before returning to New York. It was an hour's drive for my wife and the Harford County Jail, in Bel Air, Maryland was noisy. I would remain there until sentencing in several weeks before I was returned to Ray Brook. That was the "deal." I had support, however. My wife as well as my co-pastor visited on separate occasions. He brought the Sacrament to me and prayed for endurance and faithfulness.
  Confinement to a miserable jail serves certain unspoken purposes of prosecutors. A disagreeable environment induces compliant pleas from the one imprisoned. He is inclined by such coercion to do what is necessary to find relief from discomfiting conditions. Time and misery take a toll, but the intentions in such events are not human ones alone.
  It was in such a place and under the strain of decision and pressure to controvert conscience that a divine purpose came to be recognized in due time. It did not become clear and appreciated until many years later. In the short run, the decision to endure a raucous environment satisfied my conscience. There was no guilt to be confessed. And no deed to be denied or renounced: The deeds I was charged with were not misdeeds and needed no renunciation or repentance therefrom. There was no guilt to be confessed or admitted.
  Only recently have my thoughts been focused upon a particular divine purpose for the weeks spent in the [omission] Harford County Jail. There was a man named Michael Murphy there with me. He contacted us twenty years later here in Ohio where we have lived since moving from Maryland in 2003. He and his wife live in Chicago. After calling us a few years ago, the couple made a six hour drive to visit us. He had phoned out of the blue, having tracked down contact information. We had spoken once previously on the phone after parole limitations on contact with felons and ex-felons had expired. Our visit was quite an enjoyable and satisfying one.
  He reminded me of his situation there at that time. A narcotics cop, he had gotten into trouble with personal addiction as well as theft of property recovered by law enforcement personnel. He had fallen from law enforcer to law breaker and, by his own assessment, he was far from God. Michael said that in a state of mental and spiritual desperation among an assembly of miscreants and malefactors, he felt drawn to me. It was a surreal several days.
  I had unabashedly made a stand among fellow inmates, insisting, for instance, that I get my food last and that if I didn't get all that was intended, I would "call the cops" – the prison guards who delivered everyone's food. Our meals were delivered through a small opening in the door which gave access to a larger common area with two steel picnic tables surrounded by a dozen cells each with a set of bunk beds and a toilet. But as the food was passed around from inmate to inmate as it was quickly received and forwarded from one to another, there were always some who ended up with more than others. The disparity was clear to all, understood by some, and opposed by none.
  When I publicly objected asking why some had extras and others had none, the answer given by one or two, with some nodding approval and others just turning away, was that this and that inmate owed food items to this one or that one for various reasons (bets, trades, etc.). When I objected that the accounting was not quite right and that a few of us were shorted our meal, I was met with intransigence from certain ostensible enforcers among the inmates. The short of the story was that I prevailed and Michael Murphy made me his mentor.
  Michael had observed me sitting in the early morning quiet taking advantage of some light coming from a window on the floor where I sat reading the Scriptures. He was full of questions and made many inquiries into matters of justice, spirit, Jesus, sin, and guilt. As was made clear years later, it was a divine appointment.

  All this to say that I was immured for 46 months and 10 days rather than the three years – all over a matter of conscience. The extra ten months figured, it seems, by frail human assessment, to have served at least one purpose – the

evangelization of Michael Murphy. I might surmise and ponder many other divine purposes, but onward to your inquiry. Your actions – whatever they were, and such as they are asserted to be – were, indeed, anti-abortion and I can ably defend those deeds as they have been alleged by the government. The principle is simple: children in the womb are no less human beings than those outside the womb and may not be harmed or killed by anyone – parents, relatives, government, or enemies. Due process must be afforded them as it must those outside the womb before their lives may be lawfully taken. Of course it is silly to assert such process when these little ones are without the capacity to commit crimes. Therefore they must all the more be afforded the protection of the law and when the law fails to protect them, they may be protected by any citizen who chooses to so do whether acting out of duty or sheer merciful sympathy. Whatever methods of protection may be adduced for the protection of those outside the womb may be employed for those inside the womb. This principle is supported not only in the Law of God, but in the our own western case law as well as our statutes – protection for the unborn was present in the laws of all the States of the Union until 1973.
  The moral and legal insanity of the Roe opinion is carried along by the modernist liberation movements grounded in Lawlessness. I affirm, to the contrary, the historic Christian and western view of man which acknowledges that he is "endowed by the Creator with certain inalienable rights" which include the right to life. When we deny the Creator and the dignity of human beings grounded in the "image of God" in which they are created, we permit not just race-based slavery, but the destruction of out-of-favor humanity.
  The same Holy Scriptures to which Lincoln appealed provide the case for protecting innocent human beings. If a man is breaking into my house at night with the intent to steal, says Moses, and I discover him, I man kill him without incurring bloodguilt. That is, I will not be charged with murder (Ex. 22:2). The assumption is that I did not know that the man was just a thief and not a murderer. I may not kill a thief unless he may be legitimately regarded as a threat to my family. The principle here is lethal defensive action. Human beings may be protected from aggressors with lethal force as necessary. This is the doctrine of Defensive Action. The command to love includes the principle of defense and protection. The command to love my neighbor includes taking action which preserves his life and protects him from an aggressor. We are authorized by God and the civil laws (which are not always, as in the present case, consistent with themselves) to defend the innocent.

  The inclusion of the child in the womb is exemplified in the Mosaic case law where two men are fighting and by accident they strike a pregnant woman and she delivers a child prematurely. The responsible offender must pay for any injuries – life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot" (Ex. 21:22, 23). That is, the lex talionis applies for the child in the womb as it does for those outside the womb. The Scriptures do not blur the value of the child across artificial developmental lines drawn by modern neonatologists. There is a singular word for the newborn and the one in the womb. John the Baptist is a "brephos" jumping in his mother's womb. The same term is used to indicate an ex-utero infants in the rest of the New Testament.
  It is the biblical doctrine of the image of God in man, the imago Dei, which has informed the laws of western civilization for almost two millennia. That doctrine has given us the principle of "the dignity of man" which holds humanity above the rest of creation and indicates basic protections which our Constitution and legislation have upheld.

  I see I have gotten a windy on this question. I will attempt to be a bit more succinct.

Sher: In our recent conversation, you referred to yourself as a Christian Reconstructionist (aka Theonomy). In multiple articles from the traditional media, the movement is referred to as "radical" and "frightening." Yet, it seems to be a belief that promotes the worldview of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob...a viewpoint held by Hebrews and Christians for millennia. Would you tell us your belief and practice of and in this belief system?

Michael: That term, in contemporary parlance, best describes my view of the proper foundation for civil law. I believe that God's Law – given by Moses and the Prophets and reformulated by Christ – provides us the standard for all civil governments of the world. As the Gospel message goes forth and prepares the hearts of the people to "walk in the law" (Romans 8), the Law serves as a foundation for the civil laws of the nations. By what other standard would we Christians recommend that the nations govern?

Sher: Planned Parenthood v ACLA (American Coalition of Life Activists) was a case against you and the ACLA for distributing "Wanted" flyers that gave some personal information about abortionist doctors. The jury found the flyers to be "true 
threats. "Planned Parenthood won the case and received a judgment against you and 10 others; to you personally it was a $1Million judgment. However, it was not quite specific in how it was to be administered. Recently, Planned Parenthood began the sale of your unpublished works including your personal letters via auction. Will you give us your perspective on these recent developments?


  I’ll finish this next issue.



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