Tuesday, April 29, 2014

"Contraception" is Murder, May 1, 12-1, 2014


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

(stop killing young  people)


May 1,  2014,  Vol. 13   No. 1

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375

Web, skyp1.blogspot.com

Circulation, 193

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 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 


Dear Sir John, I like it when Francis Grady calls you that. I agree with you that only the Prisoners For Christ are innocent in this war.  Only they don’t have blood on their hands because only they don’t pay to have people killed (I’m talking taxes).  The rest of you do, including you, Sir John.

  The change-hearts-and-minds-only, law abiding, peace loving nudniks should wake up to the fact that their pro-choice countrymen support laws that enable murder.  Ain’t no way they’ll ever stop until prolifers prove they’re serious by breaking those laws.  That’s the only way to change hearts and minds, prove you’re serious.

  You don’t have the guts to do what Evans, Griffin, or Grady has done, but here’s an idea.  Someone good in math should figure out how much each taxpayer pays to support Planned Parenthood.  Then you should withhold that amount when you pay your taxes.

  This won’t work unless you get several thousand to agree to do it.  Start signing them up, Sir John.

                                 “Peace,”  Phil Salmuler


  Not a bad idea, Phil.  I’m appointing my son-in-law to do that job. 




Dear John, The press version of Roe v. Wade is that the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a woman's right to choose.

  But having read the decision myself, what I walked away with is that the Court specifically rejected a woman's right to choose in favor of reaffirming its initial decision in a case called Buck v. Bell, so that this way, if push comes to shove, women can ultimately be forced to abort, even in arbitrary connection with crime and poverty, the criminal drug use of the Hippie craze being of most concern to the Court.
  When I first ran this by an attorney at the American Center for Law and Justice, Walter Weber, he basically said it was ridiculous: "I do not find it convincing; rather, it comes across as having taken isolated quotations out of context and manipulated them in the service of a conspiracy theory."
  So I did some more research. It turns out that two months after Roe was handed down, Justice Marshall, joined by Justice Douglas, gave Roe the same interpretation as I did. (They both supported the decision in Roe.) At pages 100-101 of San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez, Justice Marshall states that to his knowledge the Court has never recognized any "right" to procreate, as evidenced by the fact that recently in Roe v. Wade "the Court reaffirmed its initial decision in Buck v. Bell."
  In 1942, Skinner v. Oklahoma modified Buck v. Bell to prevent states from applying forced procedures to control reproduction based solely on an individual's crimes or poverty. But in Roe, concerned about women getting pregnant while taking illegal drugs during the Hippie craze, the Court abandoned Skinner's protections so women can be pressured to abort, for example, to avoid being punished for drug use. (As a scholarly note, at page 159 in Roe, fearful that voluntary abortion measures would not be enough to abate women's pregnancies in light of the illegal drug use of the Hippie craze, the Court says, "The situation therefore is inherently different from ... Skinner.") Thus, by abandoning Skinner for abortion, the Court went back and reaffirmed its "initial decision" in Buck v. Bell, as Justice Marshall puts it (joined notably by Skinner's author, Justice Douglas).
  When I ran this exciting new finding by Mr. Weber, he replied: "The new material from Rodriguez and Buck does indeed bolster your case."
  The story behind the true story of Roe is that before Roe v. Wade there was Buck v. Bell. Buck is the original case in which the Court extended the abatement authority of Jacobson v. Massachusetts to pregnancy abatement, starting with forced sterilization. To abate means to get rid of, like weeds or mosquitoes. Jacobson was originally intended to prevent epidemics using forced vaccination. But in 1927, swamped with the Flapper craze, the Court turned its attention to an epidemic of pregnancies that were not in keeping with community standards of marriage and responsibility.

  The Flapper craze of the 1920s saw women drinking alcohol and jazzing it up in backwoods hangouts where many had drunken sex. The Flapper craze was the old school version of the Hippie craze, which strongly influenced the Court's decision to hand down Roe v. Wade in 1973.
  Although on the surface Buck addressed mentally ill women, the Court used it as a vehicle to encourage states to use forced sterilization laws to pressure women to control their sexual behaviors under the threat of being forcibly sterilized. Using thinly veiled subtlety, the Court called the Flapper craze a "form of insanity" and was disgusted by the sexual "imbecility" that accompanied it. The Court was especially concerned that if left unchecked the craze would have an "hereditary" potential to leap to the next generation of impressionable young females.
  So in syllabus part one of Buck v. Bell, the Court, fed up with the Flapper craze, sounds the alarm, saying our females are "afflicted with an hereditary form of insanity or imbecility." The Court opined that without extending the abatement authority of Jacobson v Massachusetts to pregnancy abatement, the nation would be "swamped with [female sexual] incompetence" in the form of an epidemic of scandalous pregnancies. To this day, Buck v. Bell remains an extremely loose decision; for so long as the authority to do so is at least implied by state law, literally anyone walking down the street can authorize a physician to have a female forcibly sterilized, even today.
  In 1978 the Court ruled in Stump v Sparkman that controlling women's pregnancies is such a priority that immunity from prosecution will be guaranteed even to those who use any ruse imaginable to forcibly control women's reproduction, even if it means lying to them about what sort of procedure is being performed. This also explains the rationale behind letting women think they have a "right to choose" when really they do not, for it is simply a part of the ruse. In Stump, a judge had authorized a pair of physicians to tell a female she was having her appendix removed so her mother could have her sterilized over fears she was given to promiscuity. The Court upheld his immunity as a vehicle for giving states the legal confidence to pressure females to abort in the effort to control the cocaine baby epidemic of the Disco craze.
  It is easy to keep track of the Court's four major decisions on forcible pregnancy abatement by keeping track of the associated crazes American females have been "afflicted" with, crazes which the Court calls forms of "insanity": the Flapper craze (Buck v. Bell, 1927), the Hippie craze (Roe v. Wade, 1973), the Disco craze (Stump v. Sparkman, 1978), and the Hip Hop/Dirty Dancing craze (Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 1992). Actually, Roe also had a companion case, Doe v. Bolton, so there are really four sets of decisions, with five major cases overall.
  The press version of Roe is that the Court championed a woman's right to choose and that its lesser known companion case, Doe v. Bolton, guaranteed women access to safe, legal abortion without interference from the state.

  Instead, what Doe v. Bolton literally did was to create a safe haven so washed out physicians can stay in practice as abortion doctors by suspending medical regulations. A side effect of this is that women are being injured and abused by incompetent physicians. But the Court is willing to accept such dirty risks, if this is simply what it takes to get the job done.
  As Justice Douglas puts it candidly at pages 220-221 of Doe v. Bolton, "In short, I agree with the Court that endangering the life of the woman or seriously and permanently injuring her health are standards too narrow for the right of privacy that is at stake." Notice how specific he is about the grave risks to women the Court is willing to accept if this is what it takes to get the job done.
  Having made up its mind to use child homicide to cover up for what it calls the sexual "imbecility" of our females, the Court refused to let queasiness about harming women interfere with its goal of abating their pregnancies with abortion. So the Court created a safe haven for washed out physicians to stay in practice as abortion doctors, so they can do the dirty work other physicians are unwilling to perform. (The Court created the safe haven by suspending the medical regulations that incompetent physicians cannot stand up to, this way they can stay in practice as abortion doctors.)
  To accomplish its abortion objectives, the Court agreed to accept the risks of exposing women to unregulated practices, at the hands of washed out physicians, even though it means "endangering the life of the woman or seriously and permanently injuring her health."
  Note also that despite any ruse to the contrary, by code word "privacy" the Court ultimately means not an individual's right, but rather the privacy of our nation collectively as a whole. In other words, the Court feels our nation's right to privacy is at
stake, out of fear of public embarrassment. For by abating women's scandalous pregnancies with abortion, the Court means to keep private the matter of their sexual "imbecility," so we are none the wiser once the evidence is disposed. Sincerely, Cal


  Cal is honing this argument to the point where feminists are going to have to take it seriously.  Google “feminists” to get a list.  I sent it to five of them: Jennifer Baumgardner, Rita Mae Brown, Faith Wilding, Dave Zirn, Susan Faludi, and Catherine Mackinnon.  Take it from there.




   movie reviews


  Rage with George C. Scott. Taken, with Liam Neeson. Eight Millimeter with Nicolas Cage.

  I hesitate to recommend these movies, but this short list has been accumulating in my mind for years. These flicks are not for kids to watch. They are even hard for adults to watch.

  All of them depict the kidnapping of young girls into prostitution or pornography movies, one of them an industry that specializes in movies depicting or appearing to depict torture and murder (8 mm).

  All three movies show a man who simply says, I won’t tolerate this and i will do whatever i can to get my daughter back.

  All of us prolifers need to study this idea carefully. It is an indication of the sickness of our current culture that I have to make a point about this.


  P.S. Some more recent flicks you may not have heard of:

  The Passion of The Christ   The one Mel Gibson made before he went bongos. I don't think most Christians realize the stir this flick made. Hollywood only looked closely at it after it made more bucks than any other flick in history. Hello? Got your attention now, Hollywood bankers?

  It is an incredibly realistic flick, and Gibson took a lot of flack for putting it in Aramaic, but think about it: that makes it more like a home movie than a Hollywood movie. You hear Jesus speaking exactly what He said way back then. Any Bible scholar would love this.

  It also has tons of detail from Anne Catherine Emmerich. Protestants: don't have a spaz attack. This stuff is not official, its just unofficial. But if you read The Passion of Christ, the book by her, you might realize why lots of us traditionalists have taken her very seriously. Example: she tells that when Our Lord was on the Cross... when He turned His head one way, he saw the top of such and such a building inside the wall. The other way... another building. No, I'm not saying it’s true because she said so, but this could be another Josephus, who has his place. The more people read Emerich the less they can find wrong with her stuff.  It would be hard to make up that much stuff and not make any mistakes. Anyway, this adds a huge dimension to this flick and can't be easily gainsaid, esp. since it’s all perfectly in line with Scripture. The overall effect of this flick is to make the Bible believable.


Bella   A great flick showing the agonizing emotional details of a young mom who chooses life for her baby.


The Natural with Glen Close and Robert Redford. ca. 1990.  An oldie. Remember this one? The main scene is him knocking out the lights at a night game, but don't forget the end of the flick: his hometown girlfriend faithfully gave birth to his child, which was only conceived at a moment’s notice, so to speak, and years later she presents the boy to him and it gives the flick a wonderful ending. Most would say corny, but think about it. Think about the quiet uncomplaining sacrifice of this mom, and how it all came out well in the end despite the scoundrelness of the protagonist. Think about it. This is a deeply prolife flick, right out there in plain view, and liked otherwise only for its “period” and sports memes.


  Title Unknown   Commissioned by Christians, this flick shows the story of a gal who's a waitress in a diner, gets pregnant, moves to another town, gives birth and otherwise lives a life of quiet heroism. It’s in the Ignatius Press catalogue somewhere, I'm sorry i forgot the title, something about food. A list actors and a kind of art house reception in the press. A gem.


Wall Street  Charlie Sheen and Kirk Douglas' son. This is a big flick, right? People always talk about it. But they never talk about the end: Gecko's's son gets his girlfriend pregnant and AB is on the front burner.  Right at this point, Mr. Tough Guy who eats his enemies for breakfast gets all mushy looking at... can you believe it? ultrasound footage of his son's girlfriend's baby swimming around on his computer. He swoons over this, meditates on this, and at the very end he basically adopts the biological daughter-in-law and grandchild in a profound move of emotion.

  I want to tell you: this is not how movies like this end. And it’s important, since movies like this have a hard time ending right. Most movies like this have shallow endings, or just plain stupid Spielberg CG endings with dragons erupting from the floor, etc. but this is a wonderful ending, very satisfying and makes the whole story hum.

  Did you know of any first rate, secular critic-approved flick had ultrasound footage in it of an unborn baby? No? I didn't think so. But here it is, right in this flick.   It is a testimony to the schizophrenia of this age that this and Ides of March could come out. All these big actors make 'em, and they get all stupid and Deer In The Headlights if you were to mention these parts.

  People don't want to know. In the old days, the old politically incorrect days, we used to call this "Invincible Ignorance" or -"Willful Ignorance.” This era is saturated with it, but with these movies, they are without excuse. Even without the full gospel, each one of these flicks presents a perfectly legitimate starting point for a truly open mind. Liberals don't have an open mind, even if they keep insisting that they do.


  This concludes this edition of Jim Kopp’s movie reviews.  Other editions to follow. One, I hope, will include Juno.




  Francis Grady wrote this in December but I misplaced it:


  Mr. John, Hi, what’s new sir?  I been thing about life w/o freedom arrested april-2-2012 now Dec-20-13  Miss -2- christmas w/o family tree, Gifts.

  love with soulmate all down the drain -4- 11 years in this shit hole sir call United states Penitentiry a waste of tax payers Money Tax’s Payer’s pay -4- abortion should be put into a grave.  ya John iam sicken totaly Think John all the piss heads high life people is just as at fault as the other and Doctor  Do you pay taxes John well do ya I don’t pay taxes from 1985 over 28 years I don’t help pay -4- abortion or bombs -2- blow up children and woman in other counrys Thats what I real feel sorry about SIR John  This countgry is gone -02- shit  Sorry about the Hell USA citizens are about -2- see us men that care will stand completely -2- the Iron Raft, and fight with God, are you real ready -2- take your life John I am in this USP day care center 90% are abortion case that dont happen before birth  John, there 250,000 Fed  prisoners that get feed three times a day  750,000 meals a day.  New York Strip for New Years 250,000 New York Strips, steak John  The taxes are dum founded who realy ucking care!  Let them taxs pay citizen be robbery -2- them self because God wright around the corner that that Lake of Fire brimstone lake of fire boil over with dont care taxs citizen hope your in the wright boat sir the battle about -2- get worse  I hope when the balls of God gets his revenes on the unwanted humans on earth then the children of abortion will be free of there chains  From the people we the people of the ucken  people that dont give a hoot but there only self  they worry about.  So John becareful out there because the government are rats.  They deleate children from earth 11, 12,  13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 year old children are  being  rape then the government has you taxes payer pay -2- deleate them from earth   Ya John magents are raping our children parents don’t care -2- watch there children from magent the children raper get -2- USP they don’t live long John ya the world will come -2- the end soon Becausd Life is Killing life and destroying  children mines  Print Please SIR,

                  Prisoner of Christ

                       Francis Grady   

                         shingel dog Grades








  Buttercup: folks we have some of the students who were at the school yesterday where the mass stabbing occurred.

  Tiffani: it was like so gross, I was like wow this is so gross. hey ya'll want to see my butterfly tattoo? I am considering a carreer in porn, do you think I can use this video to show my star potential?

  Johnny: hey homies, did you see me run out of that building? I hauled ass didn't I? hey mom laura and mom lisa, aren't you proud? I told you I was going to get my sweet self to school this morning, damn I picked a great day to show up. this is so fucking cool. we  finally had a school massacre. hey, how many got knocked off? I hope we beat the record of those weirdos who whacked SandyHook and VA Tech

  Attorney WeSue: These children have experienced trauma that will stay with them a life time, was your child a victim? call me at 1-800-WeSueU2.  I am there to help.



 Buttercup: what ya'll think about this protest in Nevada?


Dandy: protest, frank, you and howard call the faithful, have them grab some dead baby signs and head out to the streets while we man the command posts from some casino.


Howard and Frank: fun in the sun, and hon we gonna roll in the dough while our faithful works the show.


Buttercup: guys, this ain't about abortion.


Dandy: what you say, woman?


Buttercup: some pissed of ranchers are protesting cause the federales stealing some rancher's cattle.


Dandy: you mean this ain't about peaceful prolife protestors hanging out in front of abortion clinics, hiways and walmart.


Buttercup: no baby, it's about stealing cows, not about protecting unborn babies from being slaughtered.


Dandy: holy shit, then this could get mean. let's just keep our selves and our money making faithful here at home base and ready to defend the innocent. turn up the volumn baby, cause



  As I say, I hardly understand anything Tobra writes, but I love it.




  Last month, an apparent pro-life vandal destroyed the abortion clinic in Kalispell, Montana. Now, the state has just two clinics providing surgical abortions, in Billings and Missoula. This crisis of access affects not just Montana residents but thousands of women in neighboring states, too.

Susan Cahill, a physician’s assistant, provided abortions in Montana for decades, but is now no longer practicing. After learning that the building that housed her clinic had been bought and her lease was not being renewed, Cahill moved to a new building this February. Three weeks later, that new clinic was broken into and vandalized beyond repair.

  Michelle Reimer, executive director of Hope Pregnancy Ministries, a local crisis pregnancy center, was soon revealed as the owner who forced Cahill out of her old office. Reimer makes no bones about the fact that her intention was to stop Cahill from performing abortions in the city, telling Democracy Now: “We made a stand for the pro-life position in a legal, peaceful and non-confrontational way, purchasing the building in order to advance the cause of life.”

  The vandalism, on the other hand, was a destructive act of aggression and malice, according to those who saw the clinic after the attack. Maggie Moran, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Montana told the Billings Gazette, “Equipment, records, the plumbing and heating system—all destroyed. And all of her personal things were maliciously torn and stabbed.”

    The suspect in the case, Zachary Jordan Klundt, is the son of Twyla Klundt, a board member of Hope Pregnancy Ministries. Klundt, has pled not guilty, although documents from the office were found in his home and his shoe treads match those found at the scene. His mother, meanwhile, resigned from the board.      (KH)



Quote of the Day: The greatest enemy of unborn children is the mainstream prolife movement, not the aborts who are known bums.  Why?  They were God’s rescue squad.             Anonymous



  For back issues of this newsletter go to skyp1.blogspot.com



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