Sunday, April 27, 2014

"Contraception" is Murder, February 2, 11-20, 2014


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

(stop killing young  people)


February 2,  2014,  Vol. 11   No. 20

PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603

Phone, 484-706-4375


Circulation, 204

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


  Robert Weiler OP (outside prison) sends in an article even more remarkable than the one he refers to:




  American babies are being tortured, maimed, dismembered, and murdered. It is happening in hospitals, shopping centers, commercial buildings, industrial parks, and rinky dink stand-alone abortuaries all over this country. It happens day and night, rain or shine, sleet or snow, seven days a week. It is what you would call a booming industry.

  How does one cope with that and not go insane? How does one sleep at night knowing that

somewhere a child is being torn limb from limb, having his or her head wrenched from her tiny neck, or being burned with chemical solutions? How does one get up in the morning and go to work while this goes on 4,000 times a day? How can one not be motivated to action, even violent action, to stop such a disgusting, inhumane practice?

  What cowardice causes otherwise good men like Greg Cunningham, Frank Pavone, and other pro-lifers to profess the full human dignity of the unborn and then condemn those who refuse to deny the right of defense inherent to innocent life?

  What courage causes men and women like Michael Griffin, Paul Hill, Shelley Shannon, John Salvi, and Scott Roeder to actually act on the profession that all innocent life deserves defense?

  I have struggled with the above questions since my release from federal prison, now more than three years ago. I have struggled to sleep at night knowing what is going on in the hundreds of  abortuaries across this nation.

  With every passing mention on the news of the “abortion debate,” I have screamed at my television, “It’s not a debate! It’s fucking child murder!” (Excuse the language but that is what I yell, as unChristian as the language I sometimes use may be.)


  I recently returned to the abortuary I tried to bomb during their Saturday “procedures.”  I stood out there with a graphic abortion image. I was

completely silent, but one of the deathscorts recognized me. I was immediately the target of all the attention from both camps, the abortionists and the “pro-lifers.”

  The deathscort, whose name I happen to know from previous interactions years ago, asked, “Why did you decide to come back here?”

  My answer was easy, “because you are still killing babies here, Jim.”

  I still struggle about whether it is enough to stand out there while babies are being systematically slaughtered inside in the cruelest imaginable ways.

  Scratch that, I don’t struggle with it at all. I know it is not enough. What I truly struggle with is my own newfound cowardice.

  A reflection on “Lessons Learned”


  Some of you may remember, just before I was released from prison, I wrote, and John Dunkle published, an article entitled “On Lessons Learned.”

  In said article I went on to expound that while I maintain that the actions I took were justified, they were wrong because they were ineffective, and that if I was to speak up for the unborn, I owed them the most effective possible defense. I was wrong in the article.


My New Struggle


  My actions were ineffective only because I was arrested before I carried out my plan, and because my planning was severely lacking.  I had no plan for remaining off the grid. I stopped going to work, talking to friends and family, and basically my entire normal routine was scrapped as I prepared to bring down the abortionist’s house of horrors. Once I did it, there would be little doubt of my guilt.

  The true lesson learned is that the most effective means of defending the preborn require covert guerilla warfare operations against the abortion machine, while maintaining a normal,

unremarkable life.

  I asked in the article, “What if I had succeeded?” But I failed the simple logical step of adding the words “and gotten away with it.”

  If I was not a suspect, and leading a normal life, I could have continued a campaign of operations against the abortion industry and saved more babies than can be saved with a plea from the sidewalk of the deathcamp.

  Now I am left to wonder if I will ever risk the same type of operations. I am married now. I have a niece and nephew (my nephew was born soon after my imprisonment and so I never met him until recently). I have a promising job with opportunities for advancement.  

  Do I risk it all? 

  The coward inside me has control for now.


  The coward inside me has been in control since  before Robert was born.

  I have no doubt this message comes from the same source as Micah’s.


  Robert adds a P.S.:


  I have received permission from John Brockhoeft to include some of his previously published writings on my website. Please let the PFC's know I would like to use some of their previously published stuff, as well as any new material they wish to send. You have my address from our last email, please give it to them. I will not publish anything without permission from the authors, so right now the writings included are only my own, John's and Paul Hill's (I do not believe Paul would mind).


  Here’s Robert’s address,  3203 Maygreen Ave., Forestville, MD 20747
   and email,

  Congressman Trey Gowdy asks the question:


  The Benghazi tragedy was certainly the most embarrassing international event effecting the USA that has occurred in the last 16 months.  Without question, under the conditions of a Constitutionally privileged Free Press, as a measure of vigilance in the protection of our liberties and against any forms of tyranny, a clear cut burden falls on that entity to thoroughly investigate such an event. But, in this case, that important investigating source has virtually done nothing to aggressively ferret out the facts.  Why? 

  If we were to honestly measure BIG events that the media have touted in the last 40 years, especially in light of this event's four deaths (including an ambassador) coupled with the higher authority "stand down" orders to defend our territory and the dozens of State Department-employed Americans in harm’s way, we would have to rank the Benghazi event far worse than the Nixon Watergate scandal where no lives were lost, but lies and cover-up activities flourished.  We will also have to recall that the media beat that event to death until a President, fearing impeachment, was run out of office.  So - why has the Benghazi tragedy gone for well over a year without any meaningful probing activity by the media?    


  And Cathy Ramey answers:


  Does truth even matter anymore?

  Americans have rejected truth for forty and fifty and sixty-years.  The people who are supposed to be most vigilant in championing truth--real truth from the SOURCE of all eternal Truth--have rejected truth for the past 60-years. 
  We have pretended that "God loves divorce and hands that shed innocent blood." We have acted as if "God loves the sinner (one who continually sins as a practice of defying God), but hates the sin," as if the willfully rebellious can be separated from the deeds they endorse and do in the flesh.
  We have despised truth in an effort to accommodate sodomites and fornicators, adulterers and predators; to leave ourselves free to practice sin in ourselves and be "tolerant" of the sins that will result in everlasting death and destruction to others.
  We pretend that by virtue of cheap grace, we will somehow sidestep judgment and survive God's wrath.
Churches have withheld truth so as "not to offend," "to prevent the wounded from fleeing our churches," to avoid "being too harsh," or because truth might "sound unloving."
  Truth-speakers are marginalized as "zealots," "fringe," "activists" and even as "conspiracy theorists" and "Nuts!"
  All this in defiance of God's love of truth as a means to accomplish justice.

  Is it really any wonder that there is no strident investigation into the many scandals of presidential-proportions in these past six years? 
  Watergate was child's play compared to the deceit and murder we see practiced today by the powerful.

Why is it for you that truth doesn't matter anymore?
And if you say it does, what are you doing to assure it is upheld by those who make a mockery of it??




  Pastor Scott Lively responds to Martha Coakley:


  I view the killing of innocent unborn babies to be the most vile and wicked act of which human beings are capable, and I would prosecute abortionists for aggravated first-degree murder if it were in my power to do so.  It is a shame upon our nation that pro-life advocates are reduced to trying to dissuade the killing by physically standing at the gates of these so-called "clinics" to plead for mercy as these helpless children are being led to slaughter. 

  In her zeal to champion the abortion industry, Martha Coakley denies even this pitifully small chance to save the babies.  

  Coakley, and her fellow abortion enthusiasts, are indirectly complicit in the murder of these tiny human beings and they will be held accountable for it by God in the next life, if not in this one.  Our Creator is not deaf to the innocent blood that cries from the ground.                             

Proverbs 6:17-19, Isaiah 59:7-8. 

  I pray for Martha Coakley to repent from the evil of abortion advocacy and to use the power of her office to oppose and not facilitate the continuing abortion                      

holocaust in this state." 

  I am Pro-Life…

1.  because God wants me to be

    Deuteronomy 30:19  I call heaven and earth to witness against you today, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore choose life, that you and your offspring may live.


2.  because science proves that every baby is a unique human being from conception.

“To accept the fact that after fertilization has taken place a new human has come into being is no longer a matter of taste or opinion … it is plain experimental evidence. Each individual has a very neat beginning, at conception.”  Dr. Jerome Lejeune, Father of Modern Genetics.  

3.  because the deliberate choicer of abortion is just another name for murder.

  According to The Model Penal Code of The American Law Institute, murder

“purposefully or knowingly killing another human being.”

4.  because American law and government rest upon a pro-life premise.

  “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.”   The Declaration of Independence, emphasis added. 

  The following three statements are self-evident truths which need no evidentiary support.

5.  because legalized abortion robs fathers of their fundamental rights as parents, and their biblical authority as heads of households.


6.  because women are degraded and harmed by the choice to kill their own children


7.  because even in the case of rape and incest, a child must never be required to pay for the sins of his father 


  And Cathy responds to Scott:                                                            


  Hi Scott,  I recommend dispensing with "abortion" except as a parenthetical to "medical killing" or "murder."
  I recommend explaining the difference between a clinic, for healing, and a killing center or modern-day Auschwitz.
  I know these might make you sound more "radical," but such alarm is, as you know, entirely overdue. A certain "shrillness" (as the opposition refers to simply sanity) might help a brain-dead public wake up to the fact that medicine has fallen under the beast of government, so much so that now government is defining how much physicians may dispense pain medication. I refer to the government hysteria over class-C narcotics like Vicodan, and now the command to cut doses of Tylenol (acetaminophen) in products like Vicodan. These small changes have an impact on certain pockets of people who suffer from chronic pain issues. Life becomes increasingly more difficult without adequate pain medication. And it is also helpful to remember that many of these medications have been successfully dispensed, sans government-control, in rougher  or more organic form, not just for decades, but for centuries.
  These sorts of government take-overs are paralleling an increase in the number of studies which demonstrate that patients will avoid "assisted-suicide" euthanasia options if pain is adequately controlled. Those same studies indicate patients are more "open" to other options like assisted-suicide when pain is not well-controlled.
  The government has been attacking medicine's professional right to establish and act positively to ameliorate pain by guild practices (a guild historically sets the standards for its profession, rather than agencies of law), which is what the industry reaps for getting in bed with the government to exert "population-control" measures through medical killing (Murder) of the Unborn. This is in process of also spiraling down to "population-control" measures to ever larger pockets of the population; the chronically-ill, disabled, elderly, and others who no longer aggressively "contribute" to the survival of the beast of government. 
  The public needs to be restored to making a distinction between genuine medical arts intended to heal, and "killing" which is historically associated with moral boundaries of war, self-defense, murder, and so forth.
The Beast has compelled the public into a slumber from which they cannot seem to awaken except that we do scream "FIRE!!" as loudly as we can. 
The question is, are we too late?




  More From Michael:


  “The pro-life group Texas Alliance for Life has released an inspiring video that tallies 41 years of legalized abortion under Roe v. Wade in just five minutes.”


  Nice, but a shallow history. Even revisionist.   No mention of Paul Hill?  Don Benny Anderson?  Curt Beseda?  Joan Andrews?  James Kopp?  Dennis Malvasi?  Marjorie Reed?  Scott Roeder?  Matt Goldsby?  Gene Simons? John Brockhoeft?

  Just tiny representative list.  But how many aggregate years in jail does it make?  Hundreds?  

  Thankfully these Texans were not in charge of teaching the story of the anti-slavery movement.

Wouldn’t be any mention of  the abolitionists, the Underground Railroad or John Brown.

  Let the whole truth be told.  The Black Panthers were ready to back up those who were “out front,” and those in power knew, from the smoldering cities of ’68, that they were serious about reform.





  Here’s the latest pro-life/pro-death clash:


Irony: Kagan Compares Abortion Clinics to Slaughterhouses at Supreme Court

by Matthew Clark | Washington, DC | | 1/15/14 6:09 PM


  Do pro-life Americans have free speech rights – the right to quietly talk to willing passerby’s on the street corner – or are the public sidewalks surrounding abortion clinics somehow speech free zones impervious to the protections of the First Amendment?
That is the precise question considered by the Supreme Court today in McCullen v. Coakley.
  Pro-abortion legislators in Massachusetts passed legislation making it illegal for anyone to speak on the public sidewalks – otherwise known as exercising the First Amendment – within 35 feet of abortion clinics.  Illegal that is for everyone but employees of the abortion clinics.
  Today’s case was the epitome of the abortion distortion – the fact that abortion changes the calculus of longstanding legal principles. It is axiomatic in Supreme Court jurisprudence that public sidewalks are open public fora.  In other words, your free speech rights are guaranteed on public sidewalks.  For the government to prove otherwise, they would have to show that any restriction is based on some overwhelming or compelling government interest and that the restriction they wish to place on that speech is limited or narrowly tailored in such a way that it imposes the smallest imposition reasonably possible on your free speech.
  Just because the government doesn’t like your speech or agree with it does not mean that they get to restrict it – not liking it is not a compelling interest and banning it is not narrowly tailored.
  That’s First Amendment law in a nutshell … in every case that is but abortion.  Regarding abortion the rules too often become distorted in favor of abortion and against pro-life viewpoints.  To some, the First Amendment just doesn’t cover pro-life speech.  That abortion distortion was front and center today.
  For years before this pro-abortion restriction passed, Eleanor McCullen, an elderly pro-life sidewalk counselor, had ministered to women seeking an abortion.  She would kindly and quietly counsel women approaching abortion clinics about the value of human life, even helping them find assistance from pro-life groups when they chose to keep their babies.  She was literally saving lives.  And she is one of the nicest women you would ever hope to meet; I had the privilege of meeting her today at our office after the oral argument (pictured above along with a fellow plaintiff Father Eric Cadin, standing behind her).
  After the statue passed, Mrs. McCullen’s ministry was essentially shut down.  Refusing to be silenced, she challenged this unconstitutional law.
  Most disturbing about this case though is that it was not just Massachusetts defending this pro-abortion law, the Obama Administration sent its lawyers to the Supreme Court to argue that this anti-pro-life speech law in no way violated the Constitution.
  At one point the Obama Administration’s lawyer actually argued that there was no such thing a right to conduct a quite conversation on a public sidewalk.

  Justice Kennedy was baffled.
  In a painfully ironic moment, Justice Kagan compared abortion clinics to slaughterhouses, asking what if this statute had been written about slaughterhouses to keep animal rights activists from blocking the entrance and exits.
  Jaws dropped throughout the Courtroom when she said that.  The comparison is eerie, as abortion clinics take the lives of millions of unborn Americans each year.
  This case should be decided later this summer, and a lot rides on the Court’s opinion.  Will it uphold free speech or will it continue to promulgate the abortion distortion?
  Fourteen years ago, ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow
argued an almost identical case, Hill v.Colrado.

  Importantly, it was a case in which Justice Kennedy issued a stinging dissenting opinion on the side of pro-life speech stating that the court’s ruling upholding a similar buffer zone “contradicted  more than a half century of well-established First Amendment principles.”  The three dissenting voices in Hill, Justices Kennedy, Scalia, and Thomas, remain on the Court today.
  While it is never safe to make a presumption about a case based on oral argument, there were a number of justices who questioned the constitutionality of this Massachusetts statute.
  Today, Justices Kennedy, Scalia, and Alito were highly critical of the Massachusetts statue. Even Justice Kagan, seemed concerned about how far this particular law went, asking why a 35-foot buffer zone, why so large, saying that the buffer zone would be almost as large as the courtroom

  However, Justice Kagan, like Justice Sotomayor, took a more nuanced approach in their questions.  Justices Brayer and Ginsburg who are the only Justices from the Hill majority still on the Court, appeared dismissive of the pro-life arguments.
  Justice Thomas, who is traditionally silent during oral argument, did not have any questions, but surprisingly Chief Justice Roberts didn’t say a word during the course of oral arguments.

  And here’s what Cathy Ramey says about it:


  No genuine reason to get excited here; the "U.S. Supremes" major on asking insightful questions, but then ruling adversely. I believe the more probing their questions, the more likely they are to advance the abortion cause, or reign in these killing centers only a slight bit, at best. The questions are to suggest they are actually giving a fair review on a subject they've already determined. Those occasional "bones" are thrown our way, but the gravamen of their decision is to further the slaughter of Unborn children.... "Just business as usual."


  God wonderfully displays His grace, long before He gave Moses the Law (read the book of Job, oldest book in the Bible).
  Can't find God's grace?
  Read 13:15... "Though He slay me, I will trust in Him."
  Why? Most people would be angry. What caused Job to make such a bold declaration in light of his horrific afflictions?
  In addition to much wealth, his own health, and the esteem of many (to judge by his accusing friends), even worse, Job lost all ten of his children and many of his servant-employees; people that were also much like family in that cattle-owning and agrarian society. His grief over the loss of so many human lives had to have sent Job reeling before the LORD for consolation and answers.
  Now read Job, chapter 14:10-15-17........ It is an amazing and beautiful passage.

  Job 14:10-17  "But man dies and lies prostrate. Man expires, and where is he?
  "As water evaporates from the sea, And a river becomes parched and dried up, 
So man lies down and does not rise. Until the heavens are no longer, He will not awake nor be aroused out of his sleep....  
  "If a man dies, will he live again? All the days of my struggle I will wait Until my change [Heb. "as of a garment" TWOT] comes.
  "You will call, and I will answer You; You will long for the work of Your hands.
  "Oh that You would hide me in Sheol, That You would conceal me until Your wrath returns to You, That You would set a limit for me and remember me!
  "For now You number my steps, You do not observe my sin.
  "My transgression is sealed up in a bag, And You wrap [Heb. "plaster over," "cover" Strong's]  up my iniquity."


  At a point when Job was desperate for answers, it must be that Yahweh revealed Himself to Job and gave him the realization that death would not have the final word. He, Yahweh, intends to rouse us from our sleep; and we will be changed (1 Thes 4:16-17). Yahweh was not holding sin to Job's account in his afflictions, and that even his sins were to be "covered" by God Himself.

  If you don't see what a tremendous revelation God gave to a man in deep distress and affliction, go back and read wise Job's reply to his friends (Chapters 12-14) and consider that such revelations are also ours in the day when we are afflicted, as some can testify already.

  But all of this really Good News will not apply to those who reject Almighty God and His perfect ways. These "supremes" are in peril for both body and soul. Please pray they begin making righteous decisions.
The days are short (2 Thes 2).




  Infamous late term Abortionist Martin  Haskell, pioneer of the gruesome D&X “procedure” has had his baby butchering operation shut down in Ohio.

  No, the place was not blown up.  (What else stops these human butchery shops these days?)

  No, not because it was recognized by “The People” as a  murderous “service for women,”  but because he did not have arrangements for providing adequate access to hospitals for women he injured. 

  Oh well, when the wicked along with God’s to do right, God sometimes gets it down for us.  Blessed be His name.


    Rev. Bray nails it again




This issue's Quote of the Day comes from Cal. (Feel free to submit yours.)


Quote of the Day: Saying the morning-after pill can't kill babies is like saying we're just giving the Jews a little shower.



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