Monday, April 28, 2014

"Contraception" is Murder, April 1, 11-23, 2014


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

(stop killing young  people)


April 1,  2014,  Vol. 11   No. 23

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 211

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 Coleman II,

P.O. Box 1034,  Coleman, FL  33521

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 


Recall the argument Cal and I were having about baptism.  I stopped posting it after the February 1 newsletter because we were drifting away from legal baby-killing, which is our topic.  

Cal reminds me, though, that I’d promised to run this:  


Cal, The problem [Church teaching on Baptism] arises among traditionalists because those who disobey the Church may be denied the sacrament of holy communion.

  me, Sure they may, and many more than are should be.  If someone doesn’t believe what her Church teaches, she should find a more compatible church, or she should not receive communion till she has gone to confession.

  Cal, Thus traditionalists are gratified in that they need not wait in the communion line with those who upset tradition.

  me, If you put it this way, you’d be closer to the truth: “Believing Catholics are gratified in that they need not wait in the communion line with those who don’t believe.”

  Cal,  But then the traditionalists show their lack of humility by conspiring to exclude the children of those who have disobeyed the Church from receiving the sacraments as well.

  me, Nope, that’s not what happens.  The Church especially welcomes the children of sinners, and she especially welcomes sinners who have accepted the gift of a different sacrament, confession.

  Cal, In this case, the child in the Petri dish is being denied the sacrament of baptism only because his or her parents disobeyed the Church and conceived the child outside of proper moral boundaries.

  me,  Nonsense

  Cal, You would deny them the sacrament of Christian initiation even though they are exposed to the grave risks of death!

  me,  No!  We deny them because it is impossible to give it to them!

Cal,  We know Jesus was laid in a manger, which is an eating-trough for animals. This is not the customary place for a child. In the same way, a Petri dish is an eating-trough for bacteria and other microbes. It is not the customary place for a child either. It is a sort of micro-manger. Yet the story goes the three wise men came to venerate the child in the manger. His parents had been shunned from the local inn . . . Thus the traditionalist who would not offer gifts to the child in the micro-manger is not a wise man . . . .  You have not shown from a theological or canonical perspective why it is "impossible" to baptize the child in a micro-manger. I have provided you the persuasive evidence to the contrary. If above your head, you should run it by your son or monsignor friend.

  me,  I don’t do theology or canon law.  I do common sense.  The sacrament requires that you immerse or pour water on the recipient.  You want to get rid of that requirement.  Next you’ll be wanting to get rid of the bread in communion or the vows in matrimony.  Classic Protestant.  Hey, I love Protestants.  (I keep my  friend and my son around till I need them.)

  Cal,  . . . The real reason why the Church throws fire and brimstone at in vitro fertilization is to SCARE pious Catholics away from asking the priest to bless and baptize the child in the Petri dish in the first place.

me,  You keep confusing blessing with baptizing.  You can bless that child but you can’t baptize her.  All seven sacraments (from Jesus) have outward signs that must be observed.  You also can’t break off a tiny piece of the Host and mix it in the dish liquid so the child can receive communion, or do seven thousand other silly things.

No, the real reason why the Church throws fire and brimstone at in vitro fertilization is to SCARE pious Catholics, and everyone else, from participating in a practice that results in killing people.


OK, folks, this does end it.  If you want to read more, or contribute, you have to write Cal or me.




Tobra’s on the Rampage:


Blame it on my roots

I showed up in boots

And spoiled your black tie pro-life affair 

My attire

Was not welcome there

And I did dare

To mention fags in high places

Bring devastating consequences that will dirty your pretty pro-life amerikan faces

So I grabbed a glass of champaigne

Flipped you off and said prolife amerikans you will stumble

You and your large house full of blessings will crumble

But you will never hear my complain

Cause I got friends in low places

Where the whiskey drowns and the beer chases my blues away

Think I will help the Prisoners of Christ

Cause they did something about baby killers and fags in high places

PAUL ROSS EVANS here's a birthday bourbon toast

Happy birthday to you

May you find freedom and enjoy soon the sky so blue




And Frank’s Pissed Too:


MR John, Sir if you made it to your mail box, and rerad BP-M0953 Form.  Your Publication been rejected off ther face of the earth.  there no correspondence4 to me or any other Federal inmate. Well only way is too here our case, you can write Regional Director J. L. Norwood, 2nd Chgestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19106.  And I must seek Administrative Remedy Program.  That’s lot of bullshit, we can fight the Federal Bureauy or however  Just put my name only in the Prisoner of Christ list.  keep out the other state and federal inmates, understand me.  Sir John I am pro-life 110% + + + the federal bureau is the4 beast, house of Valley of death.  however, and all kinds of criminal activity you could dream.  I put my self in special house unit -2- stay clear of criminal activity.  Can yu believe that Sir John..   Yes I must punish myself too be safe.  I enjoy your article, Sir John.  Well, do what you can at yur end, an I will do the same, an God will reveal too al John so God Bless you sir, if I never see ya inperson here on earth we can spend evelasting life in heaven  OK!

  So what was in this months publication?  Save the return article for me sir John, I don ‘t want -2- miss any of your publication stack them up for me sir untill we get the federal bureau approve.

  Well, save the children keep in your soul God, woman, children first.  Plust stand up wen a woman enter a room John. put in your article that I am alive and God Bless All.  Francis Grady shingel Dog.  Godbless you John.  peace   write soon sir John




  For the second time recently a local undercover agent distributes writings she thinks disprove my contention that the use of force by pro-lifers may be moral.  I posted the first, written by Joe Scheidler, last issue.  This second longer one is written by Monica Migliorino Miller.  I divided it into two parts because in this first part Miller actually supports the pro-force position: 


   Moral Principles on the Use of Force


  The doctrinal and systematic theological tradition of the Christian faith, since the time of the early Church Fathers has much to offer in aiding a person to arrive at a correct understanding of the issue before us. After all, we are not the first to wonder about these things and probe into them. I have relied very heavily on this doctrinal tradition primarily as it come to us in the form of the Christian Just War Theory.

  Many Christian theologians and moral thinkers have wrestled with the very serious question of whether it is proper, and under what conditions might it be morally licit to use force in defense of life (or other goods such as property or land).

  Going back to St. Augustine and St. Ambrose the Just War Theory was forged. Shooting abortionists or destroying abortion centers must be evaluated in light of the Christian principles that are our heritage as the New People of God. After all, shooting abortionists and destroying the mills, can be understood within the context of self-defense, or defense of others.

  Now, unless one is a principled pacifist, such as Terry Sullivan, one can claim that, in principle and in practical application, it is not always and everywhere wrong to employ force, including deadly force in defense of life.

  The Christian religion is not categorically pacifist, though I think within the tradition it is possible for individuals to have a vocation to pacifism. Catholic priests, for instance, are pacifists. They cannot fight as soldiers in an army.

  St. Francis of Assisi (who was not a priest) acted as a pacifist whenever his own bodily well-being was assaulted. Many will argue that prior to Constantine the Church was pacifist, i.e., that Christians, refused to serve in the army, and refused to defend themselves or others when attacked. The historical record simply does not support this view. I can provide a detailed examination of this point if others want it. The New Testament itself does not condemn soldiers. For example in Lk. 3:14 some soldiers presented themselves to John the Baptist for baptism and asked what was required of them. John told them: "Don't bully anyone, Denounce no one falsely. Be content with your pay." He does not tell them that their profession is immoral which certainly required them to kill others if necessary. In Lk. 7: 1-10 we have the story about the Roman centurion (this man was not even a Jew). A centurion is a soldier with authority over 100 other soldiers. His is a profession which involves the use of lethal force but Jesus, instead of condemning him, or pointing out this ethical problem says instead that in this soldier he has found a faith that exceeds that of the Israelites!  Obviously this Roman was a righteous soldier. He cared about his servant and apparently did not abuse his authority---but he was in a profession that used deadly force against others.

  Now while soldiering is not condemned we must take seriously Christ's teaching in the Beatitudes. Christ does teach that his followers are to turn the other cheek and love their enemies. And so, in fact, we are to do so. What Christ is teaching here is a whole moral attitude of life. We are not to retaliate in vengeance when others hurt us and do unjust things to us. We are to return love for evil. We are not to wish evil upon our enemies. Love means to will the good for another---even those who do us harm.

  The Christian faith does not teach that a person cannot defend life against unjust attacks. And this is the whole point in defense of life. If for example, my children were attacked, I can justifiably shoot the attacker (if that is justifiable proportionate force to repel him) to save my children. Believe it or not this does not mean I have hated or directly willed that evil befall this attacker. In a true and real sense his death is an indirect result of my primary object which is the defense of my young ones. I do not seek his death directly. I seek the defense of my children directly. I have not hated him. I have not willed evil against him. I have sought legitimately to stop the attack---the result of which is the possible the death of the attacker. 

  Christ admonished Peter "Those who live by the sword will die by the sword." These words of our Lord are not a condemnation of all use of force. Christ did not say these words to the centurion, who apparently was not in an intrinsically evil profession. Again, Christ is talking about a total moral attitude of life.

  First, Peter resorted to force in a situation that clearly called for self-sacrifice. How often had Christ preached to the apostles that He was to offer up His life for the salvation of the world? Even at this point Peter didn't get it. Peter was trying to subvert the providence of God, the will of God for Christ at this moment. But the admonition of  what’s condemned here is the living of a violent way of life---even in defense of truth.

  What's condemned is a person's placing his trust solely in the use of force.


  Miller does a good job here showing that Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular teach that the use of force may be moral.  It makes me wonder if the agent can read carefully the arguments she distributes.  She has actually petitioned the bishop to excommunicate me because I publicize that very teaching.  And then she distributes this?  It boggles the mind.

  However, because something may be moral doesn’t mean it is moral.  And in the second part   I’ll post next issue, Miller tries to prove that in the present holocaust the use of force on our side is actually immoral.




Linda Cantabene Epstein writes in The Allentown, Pennsylvania, Morning Call: 


  How nice it was to read the March 9 front-page article on the local women’s movement that was well timed for Women's History Month.

  As the day before, March 8, was International Women’s Day, nearly 50 women and a few men gathered at our home for a tea party for Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates. Amy Taylor, national political director for Planned Parenthood Action Fund, generously attended and shared some terrific insights into the political process. It would be comical, except for the fact that some far-right-leaning groups seem to be funding our government right back to the 1800s.

  It does sometimes take the sacrifices of a few to help many, but everyone can help prevent the closure of vital and necessary health services clinics for women that provide basics like cancer screening, family planning and birth control. Have your own tea party and keep the conversation going and the funding for women's health in place. Support your Planned Parenthood.


  One of the area’s  pro-lifers, Joyce Mazalewski, responds:


   Unplanned Parenthood        Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in the nation.  They performed 333,964 abortions during 2011-2012 - almost 1.2 million over a 3 year period.  They only made 2,300 adoption referrals and provided less than 30,000 prenatal services.  "Contraceptive" drugs were given to 1.4 million victims inducing chemical abortions.  Last year their income report exceeded $87 million and their net assets totaled more than $1.2 billion yet they received $542 million from taxpayers!   They do not perform mammograms for cancer screening nor does any affiliate hold a license necessary to do so.   They have failed to report rapes, criminal child sexual abuse, and sex trafficking.  They have, however, accepted a donation from a donor who indicated they wanted a black baby to be aborted. 

  They promote sexuality in children beginning in their formative years in schools.  Sexually active children armed with contraception not taken or worn properly, results in multiple abortions.  Cha ching.

  Their foundress, Margaret Sanger, refers to blacks as “human weeds, who never should have been born.”   In keeping with her philosophy many facilities are located in inner cities.  Any good that they may do is far outweighed by the damage they have done to expectant mothers and their unborn children.


  The Call also posts an article about a long time employee of the Allentown Women's Center seeking a donor for her fourth kidney transplant. A prolifer responds:


  ALL Life is Precious         My heart and prayers go out to Kathleen Romanick, the Bethlehem mom seeking her fourth kidney transplant.  One would imagine that Kathleen must have lived her life in such a way as to treasure and respect life.  

  Unfortunately, that is not the case.  Kathleen has been an employee at a local abortion mill for MANY years where she counsels expectant mothers seeking abortions.  As the abortion mill is a ‘for profit’ business, one would speculate the counseling given would have leaned towards procuring the abortion.

  None of us is assured of a tomorrow and yet in Kathleen's line of work the unborn are not assured of even a today.   I do pray that Kathleen receives her kidney transplant as ALL life is precious - those born – unborn – with disease and without disease.  We are all precious in God’s eyes.  I’m sure Kathleen is a lovely woman who is precious to God and to her family and friends.  I further pray that she embraces all life – including the most vulnerable among us – the unborn.




  Two hours before I learned officially of Freddy’s demise, this arrived from Tobra.  Genius.



Died peacefully in a hospice bed


Will be how FRED is remembered well

Big Momma and her friends attend a raid

To ensure homosexuals don't get anymore Mississippi aid

The paper reports the buildings with the rainbow flags burned good

Unidentified sources brought the fire and wood


  Two hours later this arrived from Michael.  Eloquent. 


  Much could be said regarding the message of Westboro and the reaction of both the world and the churches of God (of at least their dissonant members).   But, to be brief and timely in eulogy, we shall restrain ourself.

  Calling out the message that “God Hates Fags” in the heat of the “gay liberation movement” when American Christian churches are busily accommodating themselves to the latest trend in Godlessness is at the least an act of independent thinking.  More accurately, it is an act of prophetic posturing.  Jeremiah comes to

mind with his inarticulate nudity and culinary bizarreness.  Phelps and the Westboroans were low on that totem pole of strange figures.  A quick look at asceticism, celibacy, poverty, and all manner prophetic witness regarding  the fact of sin, judgment to come, and the salvation in Messiah will yield some stories which seemed strange to the hearers. 

  Only one God?  Only one wife?  No copulation with the women or men of one’s choice?  No sex with animals?  Only one basic set of laws contained on a couple stone tablets?

  Radical ideas when they first came into the ears of pagans.  And as we “Christians” have accommodated ourselves to the neo-pagan trends of our apostate times, a prophetic voice as Westboro has been,  pricks our ears. 

  Brother Phelps, rest in peace.    MBray




      James C. Kopp on the Animated Visual Arts:


                     GOD AND THE MOVIES


  I believe God has found a way to get the message of fighting against evil, of prolife and antiabortion across to us, in the movies, and this message has been ignored.

  Just as most people of a generation ago are without excuse, those who saw Operation Rescue in the news everyday, and have seen the big graphic signs, so also are the even more head-in-the-sand Americans and other Modernists who go to the movies. One by one, a bit at a time, the message about the fight against evil and the Christian message, and the existence of diabolic forces was presented to them, and they ignored it. Part of the problem is that there is an information overload and people don't look at information as for enlightenment, but simply as distraction from their own conscience. This could be a reason they don't get it, even when it’s put in front of them.

But of course there is more to it than that. They are willfully ignorant. They don't want to know. They want to know the address of the mill and how much it costs, but they don't want to know anything more than that.

  Below are a few examples of messages God has sent, I believe, even through secular films, and Modernists are without excuse, even if they brag they've never been to church.

                 BEFORE THE PALL


The Ten Commandments

The Robe

The Bells of St. Mary’s

Pennies From Heaven

It’s a Wonderful Life


                 AFTER THE PALL


  (... the Modern Pall started about July 27,1963. Just so you know.   See Windswept House by M. Martin)


  Fame -- a TV series spun off this movie about a bunch of high school kids trying to break into show business. Dancers, singers, comedians, actors. At one point a young woman has an alliance with another student, and then, the movies depicts a heartrending scene in the mill where she's pouring her heart out to the nurse there about how she really doesn't want to abort, but she doesn't know what to do, etc. It is very clear from the monologue that a tiny bit of compassion would have saved mother and child. The camera turns to the nurse, a Nurse Ratchett dressed in old school

uniform. "Will that be cash or charge?" the nurse says mechanically. What a huge commentary against abortion and the fake compassion and money grubbing of babykillers, and yet this entire scene was completely ignored by film critics.


  The Exorcist -- ( Please see Hostage to the Devil by Malachi Martin. Don't underestimate the veracity of this flick.)        [tbc]



 Quote of the Day: Republicans want to redefine rape, Democrats want to redefine homicide.    Cal



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