For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother's womb.

I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well. My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the earth. Thine eyes did see my substance, yet being unperfect; and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them. -Psalm 139:13-16

The History of Abortion
Abortion is murder as we all know. I don't care what the mainstream media says. When you shed innocent blood and rip out body parts of an unborn human being, you're killing that human being. In order to understand the evil dynamics of abortion, it's vital to understand a crisp history of its origin. Even in the days of the Old Testament, the Torah forbade abortion procedures since abortion is about the intentional murder of unborn human life in the womb. There is plenty of medical evidence to confirm that unborn human life is complex in the womb from where

it begins during conception. In conception, human DNA exists in the zygote. By 6 to 8 weeks, the baby in the womb had very complex organs. The first recorded evidence of induced abortion is found in the ancient Egyptian Ebers Papyrus from ca. 1550 B.C. There are ancient Chinese records of abortions against royal concubines from between the years of 515 B.C. and 500 B.C. It's easy to see in the Bible that God knew or comprehended the destiny of nations (including the paths of people) form the womb. In Exodus 34:5-7, the verses call God as merciful. The Hebrew word for merciful in that passage is called rachum. Rachamim is Hebrew for mercy. Now, this passage confirms an aspect of God being merciful. This character was to the prophet Moses on Mount Sinai. Ironically, racham is the root word for the Hebrew word for womb called rachum. So, in the Hebrew language, the womb was a place of mercy. This is where a child was formed in the image of God and it was born from. The womb is a holy place. Exodus 21:22-25 is a verse talking about abortion. Before going forward, here are the verses: "....Notwithstanding, if he continue a day or two, he shall not be punished: for he is his money. 22 ¶ If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, and yet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman's husband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine. 23 And if any mischief follow, then thou shalt give life for life, 24 eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, 25 burning for burning, wound for wound, stripe for stripe..." One view of these verses is that it describes that abortion is wrong and that aborting a fetus by a fight against a woman is a serious matter. The term for miscarriage is not used in this text, but the normal term for a live child birth. The text makes no distinction between the harm done either to the mother or the child. Even if this text solely outlines a miscarriage (as pro abortionists maintain), this text and no text in the Bible condones abortion at all. This text conclusively prove that the death of an infant is evil and a penalty ought to be required. Another view of these verses is that abortion is wrong and is equated to murder. This text refers to an accidential injury, while abortion is purposeful destruction of innocent human life in the womb. The Torah doesn't issue the death penalty for accidental death normally. The text doesn't even dehumanize the unborn, but outlines punishments for a crime. From the Bible, God knew the plan of Jeremiah before being formed in the belly of the womb. God hates the shedding of innocent blood. (as found in Exodus 23:7, Proverbs 6:16-19, Isaiah 5:20-21). To abort a baby is to kill an innocent. Abortion is the epitome of shedding innocent blood and murdering human beings. The Law of Moses says clearly: "...Thou shalt not Kill..." The baby is inside of the womb with a

different blood than the mother's, with separate brainwaves, and different human DNA making it separate and independent from the mother being a person. Therefore, the unborn baby is clearly a human being. God the Son was in Mary's womb. Mary was poor and lived in harsh circumstances so does Mary deserves an abortion possessing the right to choose? Is Jesus inside of Mary's womb, part of Mary's body? Are the prophets of the OT deserve abortion if their mothers are poor, born out of wedlock, sick mothers, etc. The answers to these questions are of course No. Abortion is borderline blasphemy since innocent life is degraded and it disrespects Christ's birth with a poor family being God in the flesh. Abortion is just directly an interference to the potential of all human life leading to a great life following God. There is a possibility that the aborted child could be the world's next great leader, but we may never know or witness that since that life is gone. Numerous great men and women who existed in human history have survived abortions. Now, pagan cultures throughout thousands of years have performed abortions and sacrificed their own human infants to false gods. They do this as apart of a ritual in their deluded belief that these false gods can return favors they ask of them. Abortion was and is a sacrifice of innocent human life for the convenience or needs of others. One of the most famous stories in the Old Testament that describes child sacrifice was the worship of Molech. Molech is the Canaanite deity that is described as image of a ox, cow, bull, etc. It was worshipped by Semitic tribes like the Ammonites, Edomites and the Moabites. Molech has been called Baal as well. Moloch, Molech, Molekh, or Molek, representing semitic m-l-k, (a root which occurs in various Hebrew and Arabic words related to kings) is either the name of a god or the name of a particular kind of sacrifice associated with fire. Jeremiah 32:35 refers to Molech as passing through the fire in rituals. These ritual violate the authority and commandments of God. The OT gives stern punishments against apostate Jewish people participating in the rituals of Molech completely. The 12th century rabbi Rashi, commenting on Jeremiah 7:31 stated: “…Tophet is Moloch, which was made of brass; and they heated him from his lower parts; and his hands being stretched out, and made hot, they put the child between his hands, and it was burnt; when it vehemently cried out; but the priests beat a drum, that the father might not hear the voice of his son, and his heart might not be moved. ..”

Now, Roman and Greek sources also prove that Baal relates to offering children to be murdered in a fire as sacrifices in the city of Carthage in North Africa. The Canaanites or the Phoenicians established colonies in North Africa, Spain, and possibly Britain. Molech's other names include Apis Bull, the Golden Calf, and Chemosh. Baal and Molech are equivalent deities according to modern archaeologists and anthropologists. Baal's female consort (which exist in numerous Mystery Religions) was Asherah and the wife of Molech was Ashteroth. Both of these goddesses are fertility beings that have influences in the origin of the pagan

day of Easter. This false goddess archetype is called Aphrodite in ancient Greece, Isis for Egypt, and Tanet for the Phoenicians. Human sacrifice existed throughout history. It was found in northern Africa, India, Europe, ancient America, Asia, etc. In ancient Hinduism, Kali was the goddess of death and destruction. She seek out human health to eat in mythology. Ancient Celtic and Germanic tribes had human sacrifice as well. The Roman historian, Tacitus, records that one of the ancestors of the English speaking peoples, or the Angles, sacrificed to the Mother Earth Goddess. In his Germania, On the Origin and Geography of Germany, Tacitus describes this gruesome ritual as “a ceremony performed by slaves who are immediately afterward drowned in the lake.” The Vedas spoke of the desire for human sacrifice as well. The Aztecs ritually sacrifices so many humans that the Spanish conquistador imperialists massacred the Aztecs, tore down their temple, and built a cathedral in its place. These cultures wanted to do these sick rituals in order to appease the "gods," which don't exist at all. Sacrifice to any other god was condemned as idolatry:

“They shall no more offer their sacrifices to demons, after whom they have played the harlot. This shall be as statute forever for them throughout their generations” (Leviticus 17:7).

People who promoted religious liberty from Christians and those of other faiths throughout human history risked their lives, so we could exist in the world to read these precise words.
Plato, Aristotle to Seneca, Quintilian, Pythagoras, Aristophanes, Livy, Cicero, Herodotus, Thucydides, Plutarch, and Euripides were either silent or supported child killing in the ancient world. Plato explicitly endorse child killing if a child had a physical or mental condition. Some back then used abortion and child killing as

casually as eating food. Even the abandonment of children in the ancient world was a common occurrence. That was a wicked indeed. We do know that the early Church during the times of the Roman Empire opposed infanticide and abortion in full effect. There is no question about it. Here's sources proving it: 1). 150 AD Didache "The second commandment of the teaching: You shall not murder. You shall not commit adultery. You shall not seduce boys. You shall not commit fornication. You shall not steal. You shall not practice magic. You shall not use potions. You shall not procure [an] abortion, nor destroy a newborn child…" (Didache 2:1) 2). 170 AD Mark Felix: "There are some women among you who by drinking special potions extinguish the life of the future human in their very bowels, thus committing murder before they even give birth." (Mark Felix, Christian Lawyer, Octavius chap. 30) 3). 177 AD Athenagoras: "What man of sound mind, therefore, will affirm, while such is our character, that we are murderers? . . . [W]hen we say that those women who use drugs to bring on abortion commit murder, and will have to give an account to God for the abortion, on what principle should we commit murder? For it does not belong to the same person to regard the very fetus in the womb as a created being, and therefore an object of God's care, and when it has passed into life, to kill it; and not to expose an infant, because those who expose them are chargeable with child-murder, and on the other hand, when it has been reared to destroy it" (A Plea for the Christians 35, Embassy chap. 5). 177 AD Athenagoras: "What reason would we have to commit murder when we say that women who induce abortions are murderers, and will have to give account of it to God? For the same person would not regard the fetus in the womb as a living thing and therefore an object of God's care, and at the same time slay it, on ce it had come to life." (Athenagoras Plea, ch.35) 4). 210 AD Tertullian: "In our case, a murder being once for all forbidden, we may not destroy even the fetus in the womb, while as yet the human being derives blood from the other parts of the body for its sustenance. To hinder a birth is merely a speedier man-killing; nor does it matter whether you take away a life that is born, or destroy one that is coming to birth. That is a man which is going to be one; you have the fruit already in its seed" (Apology 9:8). 210 AD Tertullian: "Now we allow that life begins with conception because we contend that the soul also begins from conception; life taking its commencement atthe same moment and place that the soul does" (Apology 27).

210 AD Tertullian: "The law of Moses, indeed, punishes with due penalties the manwho shall cause abortion [Ex. 21:22] 5). 226 AD Minucius Felix: "There are some [pagan] women who, by drinking medical preparations, extinguish the source of the future man in their very bowels and thus commit a parricide before they bring forth. And these things assuredly come down from the teaching of your [false] gods. . . . To us [Christians] it is not lawful either to see or hear of homicide" (Octavius 30). 6). 228 AD Hippolytus: "Women who were reputed to be believers began to take drugs to render themselves sterile, and to bind themselves tightly so as to expel what was being conceived, since they would not, on account of relatives and excess wealth, want to have a child by a slave or by any insignificant person. See, then, into what great impiety that lawless one has proceeded, by teaching adultery and murder at the same time!" (Refutation of All Heresies). So, the early church viewed abortion as a punishable crime. The ancient Roman Empire has an ambiguous view on abortion early on. Some ancient Romans even approved of it. Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, Origen, and Irenaeus especially wanted punishments for abortion. Even the Old Testament forbade killing innocent human life. Later on, the Roman Empire was more anti-infanticide. The Emperor Valentianian called infanticide a capital crime in 374 A.D. The Emperor Justinian was of the Byzantium Empire. He allowed the legal code of Corpus Luris to exist. Now, this code influences American and Western law to this day. This code even equate the unborn to those humans that have been born. The Code of Justinian punishes people who commit abortion with murder. Basil of Caesarea lived in the 300's to 400's A.D. Basil was very intelligent with an encyclopedia-like mind. He studied in all the great schools of his day—in Caesarea, Constantinople, Athens, and Rome. When he found out that a legal abortion trade (the abortionists of his time were called the sagae. Herbs and surgical procedures were enacted as abortion procedures during that era) was occurring, he enacted solutions immediately in order to stop this problem. He preached sermons that rejected abortion as murder. He provided crisis pregnancy centers to help women. He even set up charities and a hospital for people suffering. Basil helped to pass anti-abortion laws, he set up education systems, and he did other things according to pro-life author George Grant. Hearing of Basil’s solitary crusade, the Emperor Valentinian took the first step toward the full criminalization of child-killing in 374 by decreeing, “All parents must support their children conceived; those who brutalize or abandon them should be subject to the full penalty prescribed by law.”

In the Middle Ages, Christianity influenced the development of pro-life laws. In 1869, the British Parliament passed the "Offenses Against the Persons Act." It pushed the felony punishment (of those who commit abortion) back to fertilization—the point at which scientific evidence proved life begins. English Common Law and the Blackstone Commentaries were pro-life. The Founders like Thomas Jefferson (who said that the Blackstone's Commentaries were as revered as Muslims revere the Quran) utilized Blackstone's Commentaries as an excellent source of information. Sir William Blackstone was an excellent legal scholar in the 1700's. As Sir William Blackstone pointed out in his famous 1765 volumes titled Commentaries on the Laws of England: "Life is the immediate gift of God, a right inherent by nature in every individual.... It begins, in contemplation of law, as soon as an infant is able to stir in the mother's womb..." (W. Blackstone: Commentaries on the Laws of England, Chicago: University Press, 1979 rep. I pp. 125f. See too Justice Tom C. Clark: The Law As It Governs Decisions Today (in Spitzer & Saylor: op. cit., p. 359). He also calls those who perform abortion as committing homicide or manslaughter: "...For if a woman is quick with child, and by a potion or otherwise killeth it in her womb - or if any one beat her, whereby the child dieth in her body and she is delivered of a dead child -this...was by the antient law homicide or manslaughter [Exodus 21:22f &] Bracton 3:21." He said that those who willfully murder another innocent human being deserve death. The French Revolution was a time when Judeo-Christian values were bashed

in favor of terrorism, abortion, suppression of religious liberty, and a disrespect for the value of life. The supporters of the French Revolution include Voltaire. He (a Freemason) believed in the enlightenment view that man doesn't need God to help his situation. He wanted an "Age of Reason" to the point of almost worshipping science. Louis XIV was the king in that time period. He believed that someone was strange with male members of the court dying. His detective Gabriel de La Reynie, was the Lieutenant General of the police in Versaille. Gabriel found that a witch named la Voisin who provided the poisons that were responsible for the deaths. This investigation also uncovered a network of abortion services connected with satanic rituals. La Voisin performed Satanic rituals to kill premature infants (using their blood in a chalice, etc.). Premature infants are obviously victims of abortion attempts. A court testimony exposed La Voisin praising Ashteroth and Asmodeus. Ashteroth as it is proven is a fertility goddess, who is the wife of Molech (which is involved in child sacrifice). Asmodeus is a transliteration of the Hebrew name for a demon that is normally associated with lust. Aborted children were being sacrificed in a satanic ritual designed to empower the practitioners. At her trial, la Voisin confessed that no less than 2,500 babies had been disposed of in this manner. Ironically, many Wiccans today love abortion as apart of a sacrifice (and others deny this). Wiccans claim that they don't worship Satan in the Christian view of it, but they are polytheists. That means they worship the horned god Pan, goddesses, etc. Although the vast majority of Wiccans deny that they have anything to do with the practice of child sacrifice (they claim to worship Nature and false gods plus goddesses alone), Wiccans are hard pressed to explain the emergence of a small minority of witches, such as Ginnette Paris, who writes in The Sacrament of Abortion:

“It is morally acceptable that a woman who gives life may also destroy life … whoever kills a fetus commits a murder…." (Ginnette Paris, The Sacrament of Abortion, Spring Publications, P.O. Box 222069, Dallas, TX 75222, 1992, pp.53, 56, 107).
The Reign of Terror banned Christian services and used different names for days of the week. Bible believing people in Britain and America condemned

the French Revolution as promoting nihilism and the suppression of individual liberty, especially religious liberty. In fact, most of the English speaking Western world opposed abortion until the early part of the 20th century. Ironically, many of the early feminists in the USA
were strongly pro-life. Susan B. Anthony called abortion child murder. Mattie Brinkerhoff wrote that: “…"When a man steals to satisfy hunger, we may safely conclude that there is something wrong in society - so when a woman destroys the life of her unborn child, it is an evidence that either by education or circumstances she has been greatly wronged." (The Revolution, 4(9):138-9 September 2,

1869).Victoria Woodhull was the first female Presidential candidate. She was a strong opponent of abortion. She mentioned that: "The rights of children as individuals begin while yet they remain the foetus." -Woodhull's and Claflin's Weekly 2(6):4 December 24, 1870 "Every woman knows that if she were free, she would never bear an unwished-for child, nor think of murdering one before its birth." -Wheeling, West Virginia Evening Standard, November 17, 1875 Even Alice Paul (the author of the original Equal Rights Amendment) called abortion the ultimate exploitation of women. So, it’s easy to see how abortion is antiwoman. America was the jewel for the globalists for forcing abortion unto it after some of the European nations supported abortion in their laws. As many realize the dictatorships of the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany each supported abortion. The Soviet Union was the first country to legalize abortion in the modern European era in 1920 under Vladimir Lenin. They legalized it again in 1955. Conservative estimates put the Russian abortion rate at 60% of all pregnancies, approximately a tenth of which are on girls under 18. A 2000 report from the World Health Organization revealed that "Russia and Central-Eastern Europe, with roughly 10 percent of the global population, accounts for up to a third of the 30 million to 40 million abortions registered annually around the world." This is one of the many reasons why Russia today has an under population crisis (i.e. few people are being born in Russia). In the 1930's, the Nazis legalized abortion for non-Aryan women. This was a crucial part of their eugenics program, which was carried out by Josef Mengele and others. Dr. Otmar Freiherr Von Versscheur was Mengele’s assistant at the Nazi Wilhelm Institute. Mengele committed such sick experiments that even today, they are called disturbing. Nazism embraced many New Age doctrines from reincarnation, Evolution, the bigoted root races concept, Atlantis, and other beliefs. Cutting Edge Ministries have written articles proving this New Age/Nazi connection for years. Adolf Hitler in fact loved the racial theories of Thesophist Jorg Lanz. Lanz became a defrocked Benedictine and founded the New Order of the Temple (to promote sterilizing young men and prevent people from reproducing). Hitler loved HP Blavatsky’s “The Secret Doctrine” book. In 1938, Sweden legalized abortion. In America, the seeds for federal support of abortion came in the early 20th century. Between 1948 and 1956, 11 European nations legalized abortion at the behest of Planned Parenthood according to George Grant.

Margaret Sanger was a famous eugenicist (as she wrote in 1922 that some people should of never been born at all, which is evil), who lived in America. She was funded by the Rockefeller banking establishment. Sanger followed Theosophy, Rosicrucianism, and went into a KKK rally in 1926. Margaret Sanger was apart of the New Age sect called “Unity” that falsely believed that they could heal all diseases of the flesh. According to Dr. Cathy Burns’ superb and classic book “Billy Graham and His Friends”, “She belonged to Unity, a New Age, New Thought group, and was a sponsor of the occult Temple of Understanding. Additionally, she was addicted to both drugs and alcohol.” (pg. 88). She claimed to just support birth control, but authors like George Grant proved something different. She used "birth control" as an excuse to promote depopulation, decreasing even legal immigration into America, and segregation. She wanted the segregation of those who were mentally ill, disabled, etc. from the general population via her Plan of Peace. This is wicked for all humans deserve real contact with each other irrespective or their background or disability. Sanger wasn’t a true role model since she was an adulterer against her first husband with sexologist Havelock Ellis. She was friends with feminists, eugenicists, and utopians (like Julius Hammer, George Bernard Shaw, and H.G. Wells). Madison Grant supported eugenics as he was a co-founder of the American Eugenics Society. Grant promoted racist exhibits. In 1932, Sanger proposed that a Population Congress be convened for the purpose of giving "certain dysgenic groups" — including, but not limited to, "morons, mental defectives, [and] epileptics" the choice of "segregation or sterilization." A second

group, which would include "illiterates, paupers, unemployables," as well as various types of criminals, would be consigned to "farms and open spaces as long as necessary for the strengthening and development of moral conduct" — in other words, to an American gulag. All told, Sanger believed that "between fifteen and twenty million Americans [should have been] segregated or sterilized," observes Meehan. The April 1933 issue of Sanger’s Birth Control Review, which was devoted to the subject of eugenic sterilization, featured an article by Dr. Ernst Rudin, a high official of the Nazi regime. Rudin was a psychiatrist and the head of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute. He was the head of the Nazi Society for Racial Hygiene.

This woman was very evil. She is of course Marie Stopes. Marie was an enemy to society in more ways than one. Stopes was a feminist who opened the first birth control clinic in Britain during 1921. She was also an eugenicist who wanting nonwhites and the poor to be sterilization. Royal Mail wants her image on a new set of stamps. Marie Stopes was also a racist and anti-Semite. The reason is that she wrote adoring letters and poems to Hitler. Also, she wanted selective breeding for so-called "racial purity." The feminist also attended the Nazi congress on population science in Berlin in 1935, while calling for the "compulsory sterilisation of the diseased, drunkards, or simply those of bad character." She wanted her clinics to be in poor areas to reduce the birth rate of poor classes. She left most of her estate to the Eugenics Society (who wants black people to be sterilized). This organization called for "racial purity" and it still exists today. They call themselves the Galton Institute now. Its membership include Charles Galton Darwin, Julian Huxley, and Margaret Sanger (another promoter of eugenics and created birth control clinics for population control). The Galton Institute wants family planning facilities. Family Planning have always been

a code word for abortion, population control, and sterilization of not only affecting the Third World (but all of us too).

Margaret Sanger never fired or rebuked many of her Birth Control staff members from making racist remarks and supporting the Nazis. I have their quotes saying these comments, so this isn't a lie. Sanger’s Birth Control group evolved into Planned Parenthood. Adolf Hitler used the American and British eugenicists as justification for his Holocaust activities. He even praised the pro-eugenic author Madison Grant’s book entitled “The Passing of the Great Race” as his Bible. American eugenicists praised Hitler. Sanger organized the World Population Conference in 1927 in Geneva, Switerzland. The Birth Control Review covered it on its front page. Eugen Fischer was apart of the Conference. Fischer lead the Nazi effort to get rid of black people in Europe. Yet, blacks died in the Holocaust. Hitler and the Nazis supported abortion for non-Aryan women in Poland and other conquered countries. Racists today that Tom Metzger love abortion for those who aren‘t white. In late 1939 a decree was issued encouraging Polish women to seek abortions. The campaign was called "Auswahlfeiheit" ("Freedom of Choice"). Hitler himself said:

“…They may use contraceptives or practice abortion--the more the better. In view of the large families of the native population, it could only suit us if girls and women there had as many abortions as possible. Active trade in contraceptives ought to be actually encouraged in the Eastern territories, as we could not possibly have the slightest interest in increasing the non-Germanic population." (Harvest of Hate, 1954, pp. 273-4 emphasis added) Bormann personally wrote: "When girls and women in the Occupied Territories of the East have abortions, we can only be in favor of it; in any case we should not oppose it. The Fuhrer belives that we should authorize the development in a thriving trade in contraceptives. We are not interested in seeing the non-German population multiply." (ibid, p.274) The diary of a Polish Jew living in the Shavli Ghetto named E. Yerushalmi has this entry for 13 July 1942: "In accordance with the Order of the Security Police, births are permitted in the ghetto upon up to August 15, 1942. After this date it is forbidden to give birth to Jewish children either in the hospitals or in the homes of the pregnant women. it is pointed out, at the same time, that it is permitted to interrupt pregnancies by means of abortions. A great responsibility rests on the pregnant women. If they do not comply with this order, thiere is a danger that they will be executed, together with their families." (Pinkas Shavli, 1958, p.88)

“Cultures of Abortion in Weimer Germany” has been written by Cornelie Usborne (who is ironically pro-abortion) exposing the reality that the road to Hitler was paved with abortions. She backs up her premise by using newspapers, police interviews, newspapers during the Weimar Republic (from 1918-1933), medical records, social workers’ notes, movies, etc. Contraceptives were common before WWI due to neoMalthusian ideas spreading. Some contraceptives that were evil abortifacients like the uterine coil was legalized in 1927 to be advertised. The population of Germany decreased during he Weimar Republic. The Weimar Republic had many legitimate laws, but it was infiltrated by wicked people desiring abortion, etc. Back in 1908 even, the "bourgeois" Federation of German Women's Organizations demanded repeal of the abortion clause, §218, so that every woman might be Herrin ihres Körpers, or master of her body. This was way before Roe v. Wade. This promoted the lie that the child in the womb isn’t human life. By 1927, therapeutic abortions by doctors was legalized by the Germany Supreme Court. Deceptive language like “choice” was used to promote abortion. Dr. Hope Bridges Adams Lehman was acquitted of doing hundreds of abortion that was illegal in 1915. She was an ideological feminists (even though early feminists and even some modern feminists disagree with abortion). Also, it’s been found that Lehman would sterilize many of her clients without their consent. just six months in 1914, she sterilized 19 of the 27 women she assisted in abortion without telling them. Even worse, at a time when tubal ligation was widely practiced and less risky, she sterilized her clients by hysterectomy. This is evil and contradict the value of human life. She wasn’t jailed for those crimes. Lotte Fink and Hertha Riese did sterilizations as well. Some of this history is something that I’ve learned for the first time in my life. Apparently, some individuals don’t want this information shown publicly.

Pro-Abortionists don’t want you to know that Hitler and many of the Nazis were pro-abortion.

During the Nuremburg Trials, almost all the Nazi defendents were accused of "crimes against humanity", and part of those 'crimes' were promotion of abortion. Sanger used “birth control“ as a cover to promote eugenics. She wrote that: “…The eugenic and civilization value of birth control is becoming apparent to the enlightened and the intelligent…the campaign for birth control is not merely of eugenic value, but is practically identical in ideal with the final aim of eugenics…”Sanger went into a KKK Klan in 1926 in Silverlake, New Jersey and she bragged at going into other Klan events. Hitler praised eugenicst Leon Whitney, because of his sterilization policies. Whiteny wrote in his “The Case for Sterilization” that America could get rid of people by disposing of ¼ of the U.S. population. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1927 endorsed forced sterilization of innocent human being, which is evil. Sanger appointed Dr. Clarence J. Gamble of the soapmanufacturing company Proctor and Gamble, to be the Birth Control Federation of America regional director of the South. Gamble was worried that in his 1939 “Suggestions for the Negro Project” memorandum that he feared that “black leaders might regard birth control as an extermination plot.” Sanger used deception and is quoted to not really improve the condition of black people living in poverty, but said that: “The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We do not want the word to go that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.” (Margaret Sanger, letter to

Clarence Gamble, December 10, 1939-Sagner manuscripts, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College). Sanger made many black leaders on the BFA (Birth Control Federation of America) with a list like a who’s who of 20th century black Americans like Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune (Famous teacher and founder of Bethune-Cookman College), Charles S. Johnson (President of Fisk University, Nashville, TN), Rev. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. (a pastor of Abyssinian Baptist Church, NYC), Arthur Spingurn (President of the NAACP), etc. By 1949, a large portion of black America was hoodwinked. Blacks weren’t gullible, but wanted to decrease maternal and mortality with the community’s improved health. We must realize that strong black population numbers isn’t a sign of weakness, but strength since more numbers can use more resources to improve the black community. To intentionally decrease the black population for an agenda is eugenics. By 1987, black ministers, parents, educators sued the Chicago Board of Education that its school-based clinics violate state fornication laws and discrimination against blacks (the clinics want to destroy the fabric of the black family life with black parents and children). One parent of the group said that it’s sick using statistics to justify this apartheid. What’s so sad is that an ex-President of Planned Parenthood was Faye Wattleton, a black woman who received the “Humanist of the Year” award in 1986. If Faye, looked at the sister Tanya L. Green’s writings about Black Genocide, then Faye might change her pro-abortion rhetoric. Tanya L. Green wrote an article “The Negro Project: Margaret Sanger’s Eugenic Plan for Black Americans” exposing Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood’s anti-black, pro-abortion agenda. Abortion have been utilized for racist purposes and it is murder like always.

After WWII, the Rockefeller Foundation used their money in America to promote population control, abortion, and other forms of eugenics. Some of this funding was covert, because of the horrors that eugenics did in World War II (by Hitler, the Nazis, etc.). In America, abortion was started to be promoted even more with the birth of thalidomide babies. This was about when children was born with misshapen limb, dim hearing, and other bad effects. This occurred in the late 1950's and early 1960's, because pregnant women were using the dangerous thalidomide drug during their pregnancies. Thousands of these children exist in this time. Many mothers have won lawsuits after they took these thalodomide pills as early as 2 or 3 weeks after conception. There were Supreme Court cases that promoted the rights of the unborn in the early 1960's even if they were born with disorders. A rather important legal decision, was that in the 1960 case of Sinkler v. Kneale. There, a Asian child was born with Downs' Syndrome - allegedly as a result of injuries received when she was a pre-viable and only one-month-old fetus, at a time which her mother was the victim of an automobile collision caused by the negligence of the defendant motorist. In that case, as Mr. Justice Bok pertinently observed, "medical authorities have long recognized that a child was in existence from the moment of conception" - in existence as an individual human being distinct from his or her mother, "and not merely a part of its mother's body" until some unspecified time after conception. Then the Justice astutely added: "As for the notion that [to collect damages] the child must have been viable when the injuries were received" - a notion which had claimed attention in several of the United States - "we regard it as having little to do with the basic right to recover, when the fetus is regarded as having existence as a separate creature from the moment of conception." Even keys figures in the Kennedy administration made the first U.S. foreign policy initiatives on population, which the Catholic Church opposed. According to journalist Benjamin Bradlee, who was a confidant of JFK, Kennedy told in privately in 1963 that: “…he was all for people solving their problems by abortion…“ JFK told Bradlee that he couldn’t use that for publication in Newsweek, because the vast majority of the American public was pro-life in the early 1960’s. Planned Parenthood President Alan Guttmacher even in the 1960’s said that he was pro-life. In the 1967 case of Torigian v. Watertown News Co., the court gave damages to a pregnant mother whose unborn baby was injured (via a moving truck hitting it). This outlined that human value of the unborn. By the 1967, England legalized abortion in their Abortion Act of 1967. It legalized abortion even if the child should have physical or mental abnormalities (including the ambiguous words of the physical or mental health of the mother which can be a cold or a headache). By 1970, many states legalized abortion, especially in New York (under Governor John D. Rockefeller). By 1972, almost 500,000 abortions were carried out in America that were called "legal." Abortionists in the late 1960's and early 1970's over exaggerated illegal abortions in

order to promote their agenda. Dr. Bernard Nathanson was a founding member of the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws (NARAL), which is now the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League. He is pro-life now. Dr. Nathanson admitted that: "Our favorite tack was to blame the church for the death of every woman from a botched abortion," recalls Nathanson. The doctor admitted that: "There were perhaps three hundred or so deaths from criminal abortions annually in the United States in the sixties, but NARAL in its press releases claimed to have data that supported a figure of five thousand." Not to mention that legal abortions kills dozens of women per year today. More abortions occurred after Roe in America than before Roe ever existed. Any death from abortion is still tragic. Abortion isn't safe.

Roe V. Wade was passed in 1973. It was a landmark decision (It effected all 50 states in America). It falsely equated the words found in the Fourteenth Amendment as to do child killing in the womb. Its companion case of Doe v. Bolton was also decided at the same time. Roe legalized abortion federally throughout the pregnancy with

limited exceptions. Roe allowed child killing in the first trimester between the physician and the mother. The second trimester, abortion could happen for almost any reason (states can restrict abortion in the 3rd trimester unless to protect the life or health of the mother). Under Doe v. Bolton, however, health is defined, and the definition is so broad (which can include "medical judgment may be exercised in the light of all factors — physical, emotional, psychological, familial, and the woman's age") that abortion is effectively legal until birth. The Roe decision has a long history. In 1970, attorneys Linda Coffee and Sarah Weddington filed suit in a U.S. District Court in Texas on behalf of Norma L. McCorvey (under the alias Jane Roe). At the time, McCorvey claimed her pregnancy was the result of rape, but she later claimed that she had lied. So, Roe v. Wade was based on lies. McCorvey never got an abortion. She had a little talk with Weddington or Coffee until her baby was over a year old. In in the Doe case, Mary Doe didn't have an abortion. Her ACLU lawyer Margie Pitts Maes lied and said that Sandra Cano (aka Doe) didn't have the money to get an abortion (yet, Mary Doe didn't want it). The day before she was scheduled to abort her baby, she ran away. She later gave birth to a daughter. Now, Sandra Cano admitted in 1989 that Doe vs. Bolton was based on lies. The good news is that Sandra Cano is against abortion today. The defendant in the case was Dallas County District Attorney Henry Wade, representing the State of Texas. The district court ruled in McCorvey's favor, but it didn't create an injuncation against the laws that restrict abortion. Roe v. Wade reached the Supreme Court on appeal. Chief Justice Warren Burger proposed that the case be reargued; this took place on October 11, 1972. Weddington continued to represent Roe, and Texas Assistant Attorney General Robert C. Flowers stepped in to replace Wade. The Supreme Court voted in favor of McCorvey 7 to 2. The opinion in favor of Roe was written by Justice Henry Blackman (who read literature from the eugenicist Christopher Tietze). He equated abortion to privacy. Blackmun cited Glanville Williams' book entitled, "The Sanctity of Life and the Criminal Law." Ironically, Williams was a member of the Eugenics Society (and he taught law at Cambridge University). In 1954, the Eugenics Society voted to support the Abortion Law Reform Association, which set out to remove legal restrictions against abortion. Williams became president of the ALRA from 1962, and was successful within a few years. This allow the British law was changed in 1967 to support abortion. So, Blackmun used the biased words of an eugenicist as a means to justify supporting the evil decision of Roe v. Wade. Associate Justices Byron R. White and William H. Rehnquist wrote emphatic dissenting opinions in this case. Justice White wrote that: "..I find nothing in the language or history of the Constitution to support the Court's judgment. The Court simply fashions and announces a new constitutional right for pregnant mothers and, with scarcely any reason or authority for its action, invests that right with sufficient substance to override most existing state abortion statutes. The upshot is that the people and the legislatures of the 50 States are constitutionally disentitled to weigh the relative importance of the continued existence and development of the fetus,

on the one hand, against a spectrum of possible impacts on the mother, on the other hand. As an exercise of raw judicial power, the Court perhaps has authority to do what it does today; but, in my view, its judgment is an improvident and extravagant exercise of the power of judicial review that the Constitution extends to this Court..." (Doe v. Bolton, 410 U.S. 179 (1973). Findlaw.com. Retrieved 2007-01-26. ) White believes the Supreme Court values the life of a pregnant mother more than the existence of human life she carries, which is true. Rehnquist wrote that the scope of the Fourteenth Amendment doesn't explicitly deal with abortion at all. The dissenting Justices believe that abortion should be left up to the people or the states. Also, back in that time, there wasn't technology to improve the quality of life. Restricting life without due process is a violation of the Constitution since we can't deprive life without due process. In the final analysis, abortion is a form of eugenics. Writing in the Fall 1998 issue of Human Life Review, author Mary Meehan observes that, according to the accepted version of history, "brave civil libertarians and women’s rights advocates, encouraged by liberating currents in the 1960s, dared to raise the abortion issue in public and to prompt serious debate about it....The U.S. Supreme Court gave them a huge victory with its 1973 Roe v Wade decision." However, continues Meehan, "A wealth of inside information, now available in private and government archives, suggests that the eugenics movement (devoted to breeding a ‘better’ human race) led to population control, which in turn had enormous influence on the legalization of abortion.... Moreover, far from fighting a lonely battle, abortion supporters received enormous aid from the American establishment or ‘power elite." Abortion is also eugenics since eugenics views human life as having scales of values (In their false minds, people of certain races are inferior to other races or have less value than others). Abortion views human life as having a varying scale of value (i.e. Many pro-abortionists view the unborn as having less human value than a born baby). Most importantly, the whole idea of humanity accumulating over time, from zero person at conception through various levels of value in each trimester up to 100% person at birth, is eugenics. The idea of evolution through stages from insignificance to humanity is pure eugenics, based on Darwin's theories. The whole trimester scheme in Roe v. Wade, with different rules at three stages in pregnancy, is blatantly arbitrary, and that has always struck pro-lifers as a fatal flaw in the decision. Human life and human rights aren't decided by a social contract. They exist from the hand of God. Roe. v. Wade denies the intrinsic, equal value of all life from conception unto death.

Richard Nixon was not only a racist, but a member of the Bohemian Grove.

Richard Nixon was pro-abortion as we know now. Nixon was so pro-abortion that he believed in killing the unborn if it was interracial (or a product of rape). That’s evil, because killing innocent unborn life is always wrong irrespective of what background they are in. Interracial children are just as much a blessing in the world as a child of any race or ethnic group. All children are born equal and should be treated with dignity and respect. Some have pointed to Freemasonry’s support of abortion. As for rape, you punish the perpetrator of the rape, not the unborn baby when that human being has done no crime at all. Richard Nixon said these words in early 1973. Richard Nixon additionally commented that he was ambivalent about the Roe v. Wade decision. He feared that it could increase abortions and break up the family, but he believed in abortion as well in certain circumstances. Nixon‘s comments are blatantly racist of course. In "De la vie avant toute choses", (book already mentioned) Pierre Simon describes, the way in which in 1979, when he was Great Master of the Grand Lodge in France, he built the strategy to legalize abortion in France. In America, some of the leading political figures & Freemasons supporting abortion are Al Sharpton, Robert Byrd, Charles Schumer, Jesse Jackson, Arlen Specter, Charles Rangel, etc

In the 21st century in 2009, we have the Presidency of Barack Obama. Some call him the most pro-abortion President in American history. Back in 2007, Barack Obama promised to the Rockefeller sponsored Planned Parenthood Action fund banquet that he would sign FOCA (or the Freedom of Choice Act. FOCA would potentially ban all pro-life laws nationwide according to pro-life). He didn't sign FOCA, but he passed an executive order to force taxpayers to fund abortions overseas. Obama mouthed sick words at a campaign speech in Johnstown PA that: "I have two daughters. If they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby".

Sorry, Obama, a baby isn't a punishment. It's a gift from God.
Ironically, Planned Parenthood has huge abortion clinics in minority neighborhoods and Barack Obama is a black President. It's ironic because Obama could of been a target of abortion if he was born after 1973. According to a Fox TV story, "Blacks do, indeed, have much higher rates of abortions than whites or other minority groups. In 2000, while blacks made up 17 percent of live births, they made up more than twice that share of abortions (36 percent). If those aborted children had been born, the number of blacks born would have been slightly over 50 percent greater than it was. The comparison with whites and other minorities is striking. Whites made up 78 percent of live births, but only 57 percent of abortions. Non-black minorities had 7 percent of live births and 5 percent of abortions. Data from 1973 on indicate that black women's share of abortions has consistently been at least twice their share of live births." So, there is an abortion problem in communities in the world. Historically, many leaders of the Civil Rights Movement were Pro-Life like Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, Jesse Jackson (until ca. 1980), Dick Gregory, and even Fannie Lou Hammer. The good news is that an increasing number of African Americans (like Marcus Laude and Michele Rene) are speaking out against abortion and the evil agenda of Margaret Sanger. LifeDynamics is selling a video about Sanger, etc. This video (called Maafa 21. Maafa is Swahili for genocide or Holocaust. The film compares abortion to the Holocaust and slavery) exposes Francis Galton’s supported the lie that Africans were inferior to white people and eugenics.

Galton was Charles Darwin’s cousin. Eugenics and abortion being linked was admitted by the founder member of the American Eugenics Society Frederick Osborn who said in 1973 that: “…Birth control and abortion are turning out to be great eugenic advances of our time…“ According to the African American woman, Michele Rene, many blacks woke up about the eugenic nature of some birth control, birth control chemicals were used in urban water supplies (which can harm the human immune system). This evil neo-eugenics is going on against all people not just African Americans. Now, these drugs are in tons of water supplies nationwide both rural and urban. Abortion is funded by the establishment not for the sake of promoting women's rights. It's funded as a means to breakdown marriage, promoting sexual promiscious behavior, and population control (under the guise of birth control). Companies benefit from seeing human bodies getting butchered. Nathanson himself estimates he's performed 75,000 abortions during his career as an abortionist. The average cost to the patient for an abortion is around $480.00 according to some sources. See, abortionists reap profit from death. Many pro-abortion radicals are threatening death against pro-lifers as well. These threats are sent to Operation Rescue and other people. One caller says it's "time to start killing Bible-thumping morons" while another says "I hope somebody comes and kills you all" and a third caller says "One of you is going to die." "Would you want some protection after receiving
these kinds of threats?" asked Operation Rescue president Troy Newman. "Too bad. The current government isn't interested in protecting your life... unless you happen to be pro-abortion." Staff at the Wichita office of Kansans for Life received calls from abortion advocates that were threatening. The

federal government is trying protect abortion clinics, but not doing anything to help pro-life groups from threats of violence.

The Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is at it again. She said that Roe v. Wade was created to eliminated undesirable people (since she falsely believed that the world was getting overpopulated). This is an overt advocation of eugenics. Her direct words are: "Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don't want to have too many of..." People like me always knew that abortion was promoted by elites and far left people like Ginsburg for the purpose of eugenics. Now, we have confirmation directly from her about. She said these words to Emily Bazelon in his work called "The Place of Women on the Court." Ginsburg has been on the court for 16 years. Ruth Bader Ginsburg told Emily that she even wants more pro-abortion policies in America like banning the Hyde Amendment (which bans the use of Medicaid for abortions. In 1980, the Supreme Court upheld the Hyde Amendment. The Hyde Amendment isn't extreme at all). She said that the government had no right to influence abortion, yet Roe is the epitome of the government influencing abortion policy. Roe made the government to use force to force abortion in America. Roe v. Wade was instituted primarily for eugenics, as James R. Weddington admitted in 1992. Weddington was one of the co-counsels for Roe v. Wade. “But you can start immediately to eliminate the barely educated, unhealthy and poor segment of our country,” Weddington wrote to then president Clinton. “Even if we make birth control as ubiquitous as sneakers and junk food, there will still be unplanned pregnancies” and the need for abortion. Weddington is really sick, because you don't eliminate our fellow human beings. You inspire our human beings to do better and instill hope in our society. This interview is going to be published in the New York Times. So, Ruth Bader Ginsburg's advocation of killing human beings is apart of eugenics. Decreasing populations (who are falsely demonized

as useless eaters and undesirables) in order to control the number of people the ruling elite want to get rid of (like the poor and people of color). Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a member of the establishment's Council on Foreign Relations, so her views aren't unusual. Another person in the Barack Obama administration is a pro-abortion radical (who once called for forcibly put fertility drugs in our water and food supply in order lower the world‘s population by force). Obama’s Science czar John Holdren said that forced population control laws (with sterilization) even forced abortion should exist in the USA (in a Planatery Regime). "Such a comprehensive Plenetary Regime could control the development, administration, conservation, and distribution of all natural resources, renewable or nonrenewable," Holdren and the Ehrlichs reportedly wrote. "The Planetary Regime might be given responsibility for determining the optimum population for the world and for each region and for arbitrating various countries' shares within their regional limits. ... The Regime would have some power to enforce the agreed limits." This is wicked and restricts ironically reproductive freedom. He said these comments in 1977. He joined with Paul R. Ehrlich to promote the overpopulation myth. Holdren lied about the U.S. population in 1973 as 210 million as too much. So, Holdren in his 1977 book Ecoscience is advancing the cause of totalitarian measures, while hating human population growth. It is important to point out that John Holdren has never publicly distanced himself from any of these positions in the 32 years since the book was first published. Holdren agreed with the dangerous geo-engineering projects that can harm the environment. The plans promoted in Ecoscience have been the goals of the global elite.

The mother or the woman in general are never at fault for this evil abortion culture. 22 Weeks is a docudarama about a true story about an April 2005 late term abortion in Orlando, Florida. The baby survived the procedure, but she was denied help by clinic workers (despite pleas from her mother). It's the elite and their agents promoting it. The leaders of the new world order promote abortion for dehumanization, population control, sick experimentation, and other reasons. Today, half truths and deception about climate change are used as a justification to promote global carbon taxes (some use the overpopulation myth as an excuse to do it). Modern population control advocates by the names of Ted Turner, Bill Gates (with his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation), and David Rockefeller met in secret to find way to decrease the world’s population. This was reported reported only last month by the London Times. One of the slick ways these men and the U.N. do depopulation campaign is that they have vaccination then have sterilization campaign afterwards (which occurred against the Akha tribe of Thailand. The University of Oregon was also involved in this evil). These evil acts are nothing new. From 1932 until 1972, the Tuskegee Study Group (pictured below) deliberately infected poor black communities in Alabama with syphilis without their consent and withheld treatment as the diseased rampaged through the town killing families. In 1951 the Israeli government used US government provided technology to irradiate 100,000 Jewish children in a mass atomic experiment with an entire generation of Sephardi youths used as guinea pigs. 6,000 died immediately after the experiments and the rest suffered for the rest of their lives with debilitating illnesses and cancer.

Abortion is a crime against humanity and a threat to lives of all people. The fruits of abortion and decision like Roe v. Wade haven’t been the improvement of the quality of life of mankind, but the spreading of the dehumanization of all human life. Well, I respect human life from conception until death. Now, it’s our job to educate the world and defend life. The older generation is passing away as we see in the news. It’s out turn now in the new generation to make a contribution in this Earth as God would want us to do.

To end this section, here are sickos (and pro-new world order shills) advocating depopulation and eugenics in the world:

"There is no permanent status quo in nature; all is the process of adjustment and readjustment, or else eventual failure. But man is the first being yet evolved on earth which has the power to note this changefulness, and, if he will, to turn it to his own advantage, to work out genetic methods, eugenic

ideas, yes, to invent new characteristics, organs, and biological systems that will work out to further the interests, the happiness, the glory of the God-like being whose meager foreshadowings we the present ailing creatures are." - Herrman J. Muller, 1935 (an associate of Sir Julian Huxley) "The first century or two of the new millennium will almost certainly be a golden age for Eugenics. Through application of new genetic knowledge and reproductive technologies…the major change will be to mankind itself…[T]echniques…such as…genetic manipulations are not yet efficient enough to be unquestionably suitable in therapeutic and eugenic application for humans. But with the pace of research it is surely only a matter of time, and a short time at that." - Glayde Whitney, Reproduction Technology for a New Eugenics, paper for The Galton Institute conference Man and Society in the New Millennium, September 1999 "There is NO DENYING the natural world would be a better place without people ALL people! Not a selective bunch. Get it straight." - Rebecca Calisi, student of Eric Pianka "Political unification in some sort of world government will be required... Even though... any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that now is unthinkable may at least become thinkable." - Sir Julian Huxley, UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy. “And advanced forms of biological warfare that can “target” specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.” - The Project for a New American Century, Rebuilding America’s Defenses, p. 60 "No woman shall have the legal right to bear a child… without a permit for parenthood." - Margaret Sanger (founder of Planned Parenthood) in her proposed The American Baby Code, intended to become law.

"The most merciful thing that a family does to one of its infant members is to kill it." - Margaret Sanger (editor). The Woman Rebel, Volume I, Number 1. Reprinted in Woman and the New Race. New York: Brentanos Publishers, 1922. "Birth control must lead ultimately to a cleaner race." - Margaret Sanger. Woman, Morality, and Birth Control. New York: New York Publishing Company, 1922. Page 12. "We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population. and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members." -Margaret Sanger's December 19, 1939 letter to Dr. Clarence Gamble, 255 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts. Original source: Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, North Hampton, Massachusetts. Also described in Linda Gordon's Woman's Body, Woman's Right: A Social History of Birth Control in America. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1976. "Eugenic sterilization is an urgent need ... We must prevent multiplication of this bad stock." - Margaret Sanger, April 1933 Birth Control Review. "Eugenics is … the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial,

political and social problems." - Margaret Sanger. "The Eugenic Value of Birth Control Propaganda." Birth Control Review, October 1921, page 5.

By Timothy

Appendix A: George Tiller
This is one of the most controversial stories in the year of 2009. George Tiller was murdered by an evil gunmen. The suspect of the murder is named Scott Roeder. Tiller was killed outside of his own church called the Reformation Lutheran Church in Wichita, Kansas. He was murdered just after 10 am. Roeder has no connection with the mainstream media at all, yet some in the mainstream media is trying to equate what Scott did to pro-lifers. That's a lie since being pro-life isn't about murdering people even someone like Tiller. Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, Vicki Saporta (who is the president of the National Abortion Federation), and others have collectively blamed pro-lifers in general for Tiller's death. DailyKos had an article saying that Scott was a pro-life activist when he wasn't. Ex-CIA agent Markos Moulitsas, of the DailyKos, compared O'Reilly's and Beck's views to the Murder of Tiller (and that they incited Scott to kill Tiller. That was wrong and I don't even agree with O'Reilly or Beck on every issue. O'Reilly just exposed how George Tiller murder

babies in partial birth abortion on demand, which is immoral). The truth is that George Tiller was a murderer of the unborn during late term. Under his watch, over 60,000 unborn babies were murdered. He was accused of performing illegal late term abortions also. NBC is trying to link O'Reilly's words to Tiller's death, which is a lie. See, abortion is about murdering an innocent baby. Abortion isn't having some simple surgery. Lives are involved. On MSNBC, Dr. Warren Hern, a fellow abortionist and friend of Tiller, compared pro-lifers to the Taliban. Hern is a liar since the Taliban killed innocent people, threw acid into women's eyes, and formed a theocracy. Real pro-lifers don't advocate none of these things at all. Real prolifers enact real debate and peaceful protests worldwide to outline their positions. Tiller also kept many women in ill conditions to be murdered of their babies. He did abortions on women who hadn't given consent, at the behest of their parents or boyfriends. He left a baby blind, paralyzed, and mentally retarded by injecting formaldehyde into her brain. On July 8, 2003, Tiller performed an abortion on a 28-weeks pregnant woman without determining fetal viability. There was no note of any medical condition of the mother. Christin Gilbert was a 19 year-old mentally disabled girl from Texas who was killed in a botched legal abortion done at Tiller's abortion business in Wichita in January 2005. Murdering Tiller is wrong, but George Tiller's evil genocide was equally wrong as well. Local prosecutors had charged Roeder days ago. According to the Kansas City Star, the FBI suspected Roeder of having ties with the Montana Freemen, a militia group, which had standoffs with authorities. Investigators believe that he had ties to anti-government militia groups, yet even true militias don't advocate randomly murdering people at all. Roeder is 51 years old and he is charged with George Tiller's murder. Some believe that Scott may have some mental illness according to his ex-wife. He held extremist views. Pro life groups worldwide (even Operation Rescue) have condemned the murder as evil. Tiller certainly murdered the unborn. So, the pro-life movement will have to fight back even harder since those that love death will exploit Tiller's death to promote their nefarious agenda. Matthew Balan from June 2, 2009 described about how some in CNN are showing their pro-abortion bias in smearing the reputation of pro-life advocates. CNN anchor Kiran Chetry let an 'abortion provider" from Alabama (whose center was bombed by captured fugitive Eric Rudolph) to denigrate all pro-life activists who have ever protested in front of such centers as potential murderers during a segment on Monday's "American Morning." The pro-abortion radical is named Diane Derzis. She attacked pro-life protestors. Chetry tried to say that there is a difference between pro-life people who legitimate oppose abortion for religious reasons and extremists promoting violence. Chetry’s second question to Derzis during the interview was also rather sympathetic: “What is it like going to work knowing you have a target on your head?” This question, highlighted by Laura Ingraham on Monday, led the talk show host to call for the firing of the CNN anchor. Chetry asked her about her reaction to the death of late term abortionist George Tiller. He was gunned down in his church in Wichita, Kansas on Sunday. Chetry asked

Derzis that why do you love doing abortions. The CNN anchor then read a statement by Christian Defense Coalition leader Reverend Pat Mahoney, who denounced the murder of Tiller, and included his view that he didn't “know of one legitimate pro-life leader who would not unequivocally condemn this.” Derzis called that view a lie, which is a lie on Derzis' part. She said that pro-life people use bad rhetoric and want to kill people with whom they disagree with. Derzis slander is obvious since real pro-life people don't advocate murder or vigilantinism at all. Chetry wonders if late term abortions would be gone if more people were murdered. Yet, to assume that is silly since real people would never advocate murder against anyone whether they are in the womb or not. Folks from the DailyKos, Keith Olbermann, and others blamed pro-lifers for Tiller's death, which is a lie. The pro-abortion radicals believe that they will win. No, they will lose. For in the end, abortion will be extinct. In the new Kingdom of God on Earth after the Tribulation, there will be no disease, no abortion, no child murder, and no abrupt evil. The preservation of the sanctity of human life will continue on forever.

Well, Jill Stanek refuted Keith Olbermann’s false accusations. The good news is that many millions of Americans love the essence of humanity from conception until death.
Steven Ertelt from LifeNews.com on June 5, 2009 wrote about MSNBC's Keith Olbermann being slanderous and demonizing pro-life advocate Jill Stanek. He called her the worst person in the world. Stanek is the pro-life nurse who uncovered live birth abortions at a hospital in Chicago that led to a national law prohibiting the practice. Jill Stanek on her blog said that late term abortion practitioner LeRoy Carhart of Nebraska is one of the few remaining people in America to do abortions so late in pregnancy (after George Tiller has been murdered). Stanek posted pictures of Carhart's Belleview'-based abortion center.

This appears as if it housed in the back of a junkyard in order to profile the terrible medical plus health conditions for women. Stanek has been attacked by abortion advocates, who as Olbermann did on his program. Olbermann made the lie that Stanek is attempting to target Carhart and have him killed. Olbermann claimed Stanek "did not get the point in the assassination of Dr. George Tiller that you can be complicit in such a crime even though you have never met the man or his assassin." This is a piece trash that Olbermann spewed since there is no evidence whatsoever that Jill Stanek inspired anyone to murder Tiller at all. Extremists exist in many sectors, yet they are not representative of pro-life people. Apart from making absurd claims that Stanek or any other pro-life advocate is responsible for Tiller's death, Stanek says Olbermann has his facts wrong. "Never mind that I didn't actually post the addresses of LeRoy Carhart and Warren Hern," she said. "Had I done so it would have been akin to posting the address of President Obama and being accused of making him a target for nutcases." In other words, Olbermann lied and said that Stanek posted the addresses of Carhart and Hern. Ironically, Carhart and Hern advertise on the web. Stanek says that Olbermann should nominate Google Maps as its next "worst person" because the popular web site has maps showing the location of the abortion businesses. Stanek also says Olbermann should target the mainstream media, who have thoroughly interviewed Hern, a Colorado-based abortion practitioner, and Carhart for news stories."Carhart and Hern have enjoyed more positive press in the past four days than they've had over the course of their sick and sorry careers, gleefully taking every call from every news organization," she said. Stanek stated that even the LA Times posted a large picture of Hern and his abortion center on its website. Even the Associated Press posted a large picture of Carhart's abortion center on June 1. The deal is that Keith Olbermann claims to be so cutting edge and independent. Yet, he has been exposed as another lying media shill that bashes innocent pro-life human beings on a constant basis. George Tiller being murdered is wrong. Yet, that isn't an excuse to demonize innocent pro-life people at all. Yet, some in the mainstream media are doing on a constant basis. It's our responsibility to respond to these liars with facts and meekness in order to send the truth out.

Appendix B: The Pro-Life Martyr Jim Pouillon (March 30, 1946-September 11th, 2009)
Jim Pouillon was a Pro-life hero who was murdered by a pro-abortion extremist. The media for the most part isn't reporting on this story at all except in CNN and FOX to their credit. His memorial in Michigan had more than 200 people. The murderer killed him since he was angry about the fact that he would protest abortion outside a local high school. The murderer’s name is Harlan Drake. Pouillon did nothing wrong, but express his First Amendment right of showing his signs. Many in the memorial in the crowd showed pro-life signs similar to those Pouillon would prop up against himself and the curb to show how abortion kills children and how unborn children deserve protection. Others urged to stop abortion or came from women who regret their abortions. Many Pro-life people plus others came at the spot in front of Owosso High School where he was killed (they were saddened by Pouillon's death) to sing, pray, and share stories about their friend. Mary Jo Pouillon is his 26 year old daughter. He held his father's Bible throughout the ceremony and she read from the book that he enjoyed reading. "My dad would love all the attention he's getting," she said, according to the Lansing State Journal, because he would want to reflect it to abortion and God. Mary Jo Pouillon said that his father was a peaceful man, present a silent witness for life with his signs, and didn't aggressively confront people at all. His father was a retiree from General Motors. Jim Conway of Mount Pleasant talked about the gentile character of Pouillon. "At the end of each conversation, I would always say to him, 'God bless you, Jim Pouillon,'" he told the newspaper. "And he would say, 'He just did, because I just talked to you.' "Monica Migliorino Miller, of the local pro-life group Citizens for a Pro-Life Society, urged more people who are pro-life to speak up. "If you're feeling a little uncomfortable, think of the price Jim paid," she said. "My prayer is that Jim's death will recommit us all to the cause, and peacefully so." A memorial service was held in 1

pm. Wednesday for Pouillon at Mowen Funeral Home in Owosso. Jim was married to the former Mary Lou Kadera of Owosso. Mary was killed in a traffic accident in 2001. He attended Owosso Public schools and graduated in 1965. He worked in the U.S. Army. During his tour, he was wounded by shrapnel in the shoulder while serving in Vietnam as a radio operator. His life proves that peaceful actions in order to promote life is better than the actions of violence and murder.

A Georgia abortion practitioner was arrested in a road rage incident and punches a woman. These actions are blatantly anti-woman. He did this road rage crime in Monday afternoon. He punched a women in the face like a coward. The abortionist is named Daniel E. McBrayer. Sandy Springs police arrested the Marietta-based abortionist. The Atlanta Journal Constitution indicated police conducted an investigation after a woman reported told police that McBrayer struck her. After a traffic altercation, McBrayer reportedly left his vehicle and walked up to her car and struck her in the face. Sandy Springs police Lt. Steve Rose told the newspaper that the woman, whose name was unreleased, was treated at a local hospital before heading home. Rose said that the abortionist turned himself into police on Wednesday night and was booked on a simple battery charge at Doraville Jail. He was released after posting a $1,5000 bond and awaits a date in court, which has not been set. McBrayer have been in trouble before. The Atlanta newspaper indicated McBrayer was disciplined by the Composite State Board of Medical Examiners in 2001 for doing 2nd trimester abortions at his office. Georgia law requires that any abortion after the first trimester be done in a hospital so women who suffer from botched abortions can receive immediate medical care. McBrayer eventually agreed to a consent order where he also admitted he had not proper filed certificates of abortions as Georgia law requires. In that incident, he was fined $5,000 and had his medical license placed on probation for 2 years. Abortionists have its radicals for a very long time. It's a shame that the mainstream media won't expose these facts. This is proof that pro-life people have been peaceful and will continue to be peaceful in expressing our views.

Pro-Life news are still occurring. A pro-life Canadian student was placed in isolation for joining the abortion awareness day in Canada. The student's name is Jennifer Rankin. She was ready to participate in the event. This controversy is generating concerns for the pro-life group that sponsored the recent Pro-Life Silent day of Solidarity. On that day on Tuesday, hundreds of thousands of pro-life advocates joined a silent protest of abortion (via wearing red tape on their mouths or red armbands). Rankin joined them by wearing red tape. She wanted to pass out a flier to anyone trying to discover why she would remain silent throughout the school day. Later, a school principal alerted the police. They met Rankin and her mother at the entrance where she told them that the protest is not welcome at the school. Ultimately, school officials allowed Rankin into the building but kept her in isolation away from other students. She said that she was taken into a small room opposite the vice-principal's office. She was there for the whole day as she told her story to the Peterborough Examiner newspaper. No students were allowed to see her. This is blatant discrimination against her because of her pro-life views. School principal Pat Cavan told the Examiner that the protest violated school policy (so her rights can be violated). That's wrong since Jennifer experienced child abuse by being non-violent toward others. Expressing an opinion isn't illegal. Jennifer is certainly courageous for doing what she did. Bryan Kemper, the head of Stand True ministries, the national sponsor of the Silent Day campaign, told LifeNews.com he is disappointed by the incident. "I am in shock that the principal would be standing there with police cruisers waiting to arrest a child for voicing an opinion. This honestly sounds like a plot to some futuristic movie, this can't be the times we live in now can it?" he added. Kemper called Jennifer a "true hero who should be applauded for her courage and willingness to sacrifice." "I would be so proud if my daughters turned out as amazing as Jennifer," he said.

Abby Johnson’s Change of Heart (She quit Planned Parenthood)
Pro-Life individuals have lobbied an ex-abortion activist, who soon quit Planned Parenthood. The director of a local Planned Parenthood abortion business has drawn national interest and encouraged members of the pro-life community. A pro-life leader told Lifenews.com that the decision to quit Planned Parenthood wasn't a sudden reversal for Abby Johnson. Johnson was the director of the Planned Parenthood center in the city that is home to Texas A&M University (at Bryan, TX) until she turned in her resignation on October 6. She said that her ultimate change of heart came about by watching an ultrasound of an abortion procedure and realizing that abortion destroyed the life of the baby. David Bereit is the national director of the 40 Days for life pro-life prayer campaign. He told Lifenews.com on Monday that there is more to the story that he and local pro-life advocates had been doing the legwork for years to set up Johnson's ultimate decision to leave the abortion business. Since late 2004, Planned Parenthood experienced the first ever 40 Days for Life campaign. There were prayer and fasting initiatives has been held outside the doors of Johnson's former workplace five additional times since 40 Days for Life began its rapid spread to 282 cities across the country. “This amazing conversion demonstrates the importance of a constant, peaceful prayer presence in front of abortion facilities,” Bereit said. Bereit said that in 2004, they have prayed for Abby and all of the abortion workers. He wanted Abby to see what abortion really is. He is proud for his prayers to be answered and Abby leaving the abortion industry. Abby said that she had a change of heart on the issue. "Over the past few months I had seen a change in motivation regarding the financial impact of abortions and really reached my breaking point after witnessing a particular kind of abortion on an ultrasound," she added. In the wake of her departure, Planned Parenthood has gone to court to seek a restraining order against both Johnson and the Coalition for Life, the local group that originated 40 Days for Life. A court hearing on the order,

which addresses disclosure of confidential information, is scheduled in a Texas court on November 10. Shawn Carney is the director of the Coalition for Life and a 40 Days for Life board member. He worked with Johnson since she left her job last moneth. He notes that Johnson has joined members of his group to pray outside the abortion center. Carney said that prayer and the courage of Abby made her to not do abortions in good conscience. He praised her volunteers in making an impact. Johnson is one of eight abortion industry workers who left their jobs during the fifth coordinated 40 Days for Life campaign that concluded yesterday in 212 cities and was the highest-ranked of the eight. Others who quit their clinic jobs included nurses, office staffers and security personnel. In addition, a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Kalispell, Montana announced that it will close its doors on November 20, citing a decline in business as the reason. Abby Johnson now is apart of the Coalition for Life pro-life group. She is expected to give her story to Bill O’Reilly’s and Hucakee’s shows on FOX. Abby Johnson is an inspiration for other pro-abortionists to become pro-life.

Hodari & Forced Abortion
Hodari's forced abortion suit alleges that a woman's mouth was covered to muffle her screams. The abortionist is named Abraham Alberto Hodari. He tried to sell off his abortion clinics. Caitlin Bruce filed a suit on June 17, 2009 against Hodari (and his assistant Victor) over an incident that occurred at Hodari's Flint, Michigan. Ms. Bruce claims that she went into Hodari's clinic seeking an abortion. Before the procedure began, she changed her mind and decided against it. She notified Hodari that she no longer wanted the abortion. However, Hodari and his assistant, Victor, forcibly restrained Ms. Bruce, holding her down. Ms. Bruce screamed "Stop, stop, I don't want this," but her mouth was covered to muffle her pleas while Hodari forced the abortion upon her. So, she experienced a forced abortion that goes on in epidemic levels in China. One abortion is evil and immoral enough, yet forced abortion is blatantly immoral and

wrong. There are 6 counts against Hodari including the lack of informed consent/medical malpractice, battery, fraud, misrepresentation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and ethnic/gender intimidation. Michigan has a statue that forbids intimidation based on gender or ethnicity. Ms. Bruce believes that Hodari forced the abortion on her, because she is Black. Statistics prove that the abortion industry disproportionately targets Black women. Operation Rescue President Troy Newman said that the man should go to jail. Caitlin Bruce told WJRT-TV about her lawsuit she has filed against Hodari and said that she changed her mind (and withdrew her consent for the abortion after seeing an ultrasound of the unborn baby). She was screaming and crying as Hodari put his weight against her chest. Bruce was just 18 years old at the time. She was 6 months pregnant. This occurred in the Hodari's Feminine Health Care clinic abortion center in Flint, Michigan on last year. "I was nervous and I really didn't have the moral support I needed. And I just didn't know what to do," Bruce told the ABC television station. Hodari's attorney is Steve Weiss. Weiss said that Bruce was already bleeding when she verbalized any misgivings (while the surgical instrument was inside of her uterus). Of course, Weiss is going to say that Dr. Hodari did everything correct and that it was too late for the doctor to stop the abortion. Tom Pabst, the attorney for Bruce, who allowed her to give the interview, says a forced abortion is always wrong no matter which side of the abortion debate one supports. "This is shockingly wrong no matter what camp you're in," he told the station. "This shouldn't have happened. If a woman says stop, it should've stopped." The lawsuit was filed because county prosecutors are not looking into the incident for possible criminal charges. This isn't the first time Hodari was accused of forced abortion. In February, Jennifer McCoy (who was a former Hodari patient) told Operation Rescue of her abortion back in 1988 at age 16. McCoy didn't want an abortion, but was lured to have one under the false pretenses that she would be receiving her first obstetrical examination. Hodari forced an abortion on her instead. He then returned her to a 40year old high school teacher who had fathered the baby in a relationship that qualified as statutory rape. McCoy attempted unsuccessfully to have Hodari criminally charged. "Over a twenty year period, we can only imagine how many times Hodari has done this to women. If we know of two, you can bet there were more that we don't know about," said Newman. "It is one depraved man that could do that to women." Hodari was placed on probation in February for illegally dumping medical records. In March of 2009, he was fined a mere $10,000 for his part in the death of Regina Johnson. Hodari has been involved in at least three additional abortion deaths. "Over the years, Michigan authorities have continually covered for Hodari's criminal actions. They bear some responsibility for the abuse suffered by women because they know Hodari is a menace, but have done nothing to stop him," said Newman. So, Hodari is a murderer and a deceiver. He should be locked up and sent into prison for his crimes indeed.

Lila Rose & Planned Parenthood’s Murder Industry
The young, Pro-Life woman Lila Rose was attacked by a Planned Parenthood center escort. Lila Rose is well known for exposing abuses at Planned Parenthood centers. This includes the staffers from PP misleading women about abortion or hiding cases of sexual abuse. She was a victim in a Thursday of December 2009 as a Planned Parenthood staff member attacked her. The Planned Parenthood abortion facility is found in 1691 The Alameda in San Jose, California. Rose was with a group of pro-life advocates. Rose tells Lifenews.com that she was visiting the abortion center with a group of about 20 students and 3 adults to pray and provide information to women who might be open to abortion alternatives. According to a police report, which was filed at the scene and numerous witness, an uniformed Planned Parenthood had a short exchange with Rose. The escort stuck later her on the hand, knocking her literature to the ground. "Sir, are you familiar with the abortion procedure?" Rose asked the Planned Parenthood escort while standing on the public sidewalk. The escort approached Rose from the Planned Parenthood parking lot and said, "You idiot. You've caused so much trouble. You piece of crap." Rose told LifeNews.com today: "The man appeared to recognize me though I had never met him. He knew who I was and I think that is part of the reason for his

surprising anger and the attack." Soon, the escort struck Rose's hand knocking her pro-life pamphlets and the Bible to the ground. Rose stepped further back on the public sidewalk. The Planned Parenthood official moved closer to Rose, and visibly shaking saying: "It's a woman's choice!" "What about the baby's choice?" Rose responds. The Planned Parenthood escort replied, "It's not a baby!" and then turned around and walked away. That's a lie by Planned Parenthood since the unborn baby is still human, has DNA, etc. So, it's an unborn baby being totally human. Rose said that she wasn't injured by the attack, but she will press charges of assault and battery. She should. Rose told Lifenews.com that she's not concerned about the attack in one sense since unborn children face much worse suffering. "The attack against me cannot even begin to compare with the lethal attacks that take place twice a week at that same clinic against completely defenseless unborn children. I am thankful I live in a nation where my life is protected by law, and the lives of sidewalk counselors, and we will continue to fight for the day when our laws recognize our fellow unborn brothers and sisters as persons with the right to life," she said. Rose said she received good news this morning. "A woman who thought she was pregnant and considering abortion, bound for Planned Parenthood , turned around, and one of the parents and their daughter at the clinic drove her and her friend to the crisis pregnancy center," she said. 'She was crying and so happy because she said she wanted 'a sign from God' not to get an abortion. And the sidewalk counselors and students praying were her sign," Rose concluded. The group concluded in a statement that it "maintains a strong commitment to non-violent public discourse. We expect Planned Parenthood will respond to their escort's attack by publicly disavowing the use of violence." However, Planned Parenthood has yet to comment on the incident.

Living Hope Women’s Center
There is a pregnancy center Arizona being severely burned in apparent arson attack. This occurred in eastern Arizona that serves a predominantly Native American population. It looks like an arson attack. The clinic is named "Living Hope Women's Center." It has been closed indefinitely as a result of the fire that gutted a portion of the building in December 20. That's evil and it was probably done by pro-abortion extremists. Dinah Monahan is the former executive director and current board President of the group of pregnancy centers that operate as Living Hope. She said that the fire was deliberate. The center has a Fatherhood Store and Mommy Store to help low income resident get the ability to purchase critically needed pregnancy and other items that Monahan said were raided. She told the White Mountain Independent newspaper that whoever started the fire vandalized televisions, VCRs, and other equipment before setting the blaze in the back of the building. The board President mentioned that a local resident who lives next door to the clinic heard an saw people at the scene and chased them away form the clinic after the fire began. The neighbor was able to wrestle one person to the ground and the newspaper indicates that the individual is now in police custody. Monahan said that the fire didn't burn the clinic to the ground but caused enough fire and smoke damage that the clinic facility is useless until it undergoes major repairs. Monahan told the WMI the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) is investigating the fire and that a representative from the Phoenix Bureau of Indian Affairs has investigate as well because the fire would be a federal crime since it occurred on an Indian reservation. The ATF officials told the center President that if the pregnancy center was involved in anything controversial that might have sparked a hate crime. That's nonsense done by the ATF since the should be concerned with the crime instead of the innocent people in the center. "The agent very gingerly asked if we were involved in 'anything controversial' in our ministry," she said. "You can imagine what they hear about Crisis Pregnancy Centers, abortion clinic bombings and the like. I assured him that even though we are a CPC ), our work was mostly pre-natal and parenting and that the culture in Whiteriver is very pro-life." She told the newspaper that the apparent arson will set the pregnancy center back quite a bit financially and

logistically. "When we think of everything we had in there it is a bit overwhelming. We had just gotten two new computers, a new ultrasound machine, a very large screen TV and of course our beautiful, huge Mommy Store. But these are things that can be replaced. One greater challenge will be where do we go from here?" Monahan asked. Monahan said that the pregnancy center in Whiteriver is scarce in the number of buildings. She said that the Whiteriver pregnancy center had 400-600 visits every month from low income people who live in the community. People are devastated by the arson. The ministry is loved by the people. The people of Whiteriver might inspire the construction of a bigger pregnancy center. Monhanan needs funds to rebuild to help the Apache people. ACTION: You can help the center rebuild with a donation to Living Hope Women's Centers, 1000 E. Huning St., Show Low, AZ 85901.

Abortion Laws in the World

Key: Green - Abortion never legal, or legal only when necessary to save the life of the mother or protect her physical health Yellow - Abortion legal in "hard cases", such as rape, incest, and/or deformed child. Red - Abortion legal for social reasons (e.g. mother says she can't afford a child), or to protect the mother's "mental health" (definitions and requirements vary).

Purple - Abortion legal at any time during pregnancy for any reason.

By Timothy