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Planned Parenthood chops up human babies and sells their body parts for cold hard cash. Sound extreme? Then Ben Shapiro dares you to watch this video.
- As a follow up, Office Depot ceo apologizes – agrees to print pro-life flyer after story hits drudge report.
The Washington Times started this story out:
The Daily Caller originated it:
Office Depot may face a lawsuit after refusing to print flyers that criticize Planned Parenthood, saying the flyers “persecute” people who believe in abortion rights.
Maria Goldstein, 42, of Illinois asked Office Depot on Aug. 20 to print 500 anti-Planned Parenthood fliers, but the employee refused. The flier had facts about Planned Parenthood from the organization’s annual report as well as a prayer calling for the “conversion” and “enlightenment” of those who support the organization.
“When I tell people they’re shocked because this is America,” Goldstein told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Office Depot is trying to silence my freedom of speech and my freedom of religion.”
Tom Olp, a lawyer with the Thomas More Society, said if Office Depot does not comply they will file a legal complaint.
“This seems crazy,” Olp told TheDCNF. “To say that a prayer that calls for conversion and understanding and enlightenment is persecution, to call that persecution to me is the height of intolerance.”…
The spokesperson for Office Depot mention the flyer had language to persecute people. I suggest reading it all — below (see Office Depot’s response here):
Excerpt taken from sermon, “The Sanctity of Human Life.”
The Blaze makes this accurate assessment:
Gay Patriot comments on the above information:
The following comes from my old blog dated June, 2007. It is an import perfect for the above new information.
Peter Singer is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. Singer was the founding President of the International Association of Bioethics and, with Helga Kuhse, founding co-editor of the journal Bioethics. In his book “Practical Ethics,” he writes:
Remember that Peter Singer teaches ethics to generations of medical students. An ABC 20/20 Special turned up some horribly unsettling info about an industry that has come into being with the slow march towards the devaluation of human life:
Another piece to this puzzle was added with an article by Mona Charin, a nationally syndicated columnist when she wrote this in reference to another think tank article:
Here is an actual price list from one of the now many companies that participate in the trafficking of human parts (more at Fathers for Life):
Here is the last article dealing with this topic, and is a recent discovery the devaluing of human worth under a more socialized medicine in Europe:
Hat-Tip: I wouldn’t have known the video was cited unless a “sojourner” in the faith mentioned Glenn citing the video.
KHVH has the following:
Glenn played some of Carly Fiorinas interview on The View and brought up the happy topic of abortion. When Fiorina shot down Whoopis point, they of course abruptly ended the interview. Whoopi couldnt believe that a large majority of people are against late term abortions. Perhaps thats because shes never seen one how horrific are they? Glenn finds out.
Here’s how the conversation went down on The View:
WHOOPI: I’m sorry. I got to ask this question.
The first part of it is: You’re running. I assume you’re a person who is very sort of pro-life and believes it. So are you going to run as a person who is going to govern for everyone, or are you running on your Christian beliefs? Because I — you said some wonderful things, and it made me ask the question: If you feel that women should have the choice, have the choices, why do you think choice is not a good thing?
CARLY: Well, look, I think that abortion is obviously a very delicate subject. I happen to believe that science is proving us right. I mean, the zygote in — the DNA in a zygote is the same as the DNA the day you die. But I understand respectfully — we don’t all agree. We do have common ground on this issue now. The majority of women, the majority of young people, the majority of Americans now think that late-term abortion for any reason at all is a problem. So what I say is, let’s go find that common ground.
The segment turned the conversation on radio towards partial birth abortion, and Glenn said that if people really understood what that was, no one would support it. After an off-air conversation, Glenn watched a video of a partial birth abortion during the show. Needless to say, he was horrified.
“I know what it is intellectually, but when you see the body of a baby moving from the shoulders down, out, and then the doctor sticking the scissors into the head and then moving. And you see the blood rush all over his hands. And then he has to pull the head out, and the head comes off the baby. My God, what monsters are we. Oh, my gosh. What monsters are we. Holy cow,” he said.
“That’s a murder. I just witnessed murder. Oh, my gosh. And you know why you won’t watch it? The reason why people won’t watch it, you won’t get Whoopi Goldberg to watch it. Whoopi Goldberg won’t say that because Whoopi Goldberg is afraid to look at it because there’s no way you can look at it and say it’s anything but murder. Why do they keep the head in the baby? So it’s still a woman’s right to choose. Two seconds later, and that baby is out, and you can’t kill it. It is — this is obscene. I know what it is. I’ve known what it is. In theory, I’ve never seen it. When you see it, it is — it is — it’s Mengele,” he said.
Watch the same video Glenn watched HERE. Warning, it is incredibly graphic….
Here is the fuller radio show segment ~ CAUTION! This includes the video:
What I posted on Glenn’s YouTube:
Thank You! This was my upload and I rarely get people to read/see this stuff… and this is exactly the response E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E should have. I cried watching your description/reaction. I try to give secular responses to many of our issues, which is why I quote Kathy Ireland’s response to Bill Maher. BUT YOU ARE RIGHT! Whoopie (and others) won’t watch this because it will change their mind… and they don’t want their mind changed.
- “…that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Choose life so that… your children may live” ~ Deuteronomy 30:19 (See: This Day Choose Life)
Glenn, there is a video (a couple) produced by Rebecca Kiessling of 12 survivors of rape talking about their blessed lives. ALSO, the book by Randy Alcorn, changed my view of this: “Pro-Life Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments Expanded & Updated.”
But back to the video… people have no idea… and this was the first (or one of the first) executive orders by Bill Clinton… to legalize this. It was one of Bush’s first as well, to stop it. I am about to quote some REALLY wild stuff:
➤ On the 4th day of the Clinton presidency, Jan. 23, the 20th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Bill Clinton signed, in a televised Oval Office ceremony, a series of executive orders undoing the draconian policies of the Reagan-Bush era relating to abortion, contraception, and family planning. ~ Hillary had pushed unequivocally for the orders, but Bill’s pollster argued that she was dead wrong on the timing of such a hot-button issue; by acting on abortion policy as one of the administration’s first pieces of business, the president and, worse, Hillary, would be perceived as governing from the left. But Hillary regarded the prohibitions in question as a powerful symbol of Reagan-era policies, and an opportunity to declare boldly that the Clinton era had begun. There was an additional appeal: it was fiscally neutral, monetarily cost-free, and not subject to a drawn-out legislative process. (Source: A Woman in Charge, by Carl Bernstein, p.256 , Jun 5, 2007)
➤ Opponents of a ban on partial birth abortions claimed that it was used only when necessary to protect the mother’s life. Unfortunately for that argument, the physician who is the best-known practitioner of these abortions stated in 1993 that 80% of them are “purely elective,” not necessary to save the mother’s life or health. Partial birth understates the matter. The baby is outside the mother except for its head, which is kept in the mother only to avoid a charge of infanticide. Full birth is inches away and could easily be accomplished. ~ President Clinton did, in fact, veto the bill banning partial birth abortion, demanding a vague exception for health that would have amounted to a ratification of almost all such abortions. His veto and the feminist demand for what is, in truth, infanticide underscore the casual brutality born of nihilism that is an ever more prominent feature of our culture. (Source: Slouching Towards Gomorrah, by Robert Bork, p.182-183 , Dec 16, 2003)
People have no idea.
I am happy Glenn watched it and talked about it… selfish pride/notoriety… etc. All the stuff a fallen individual can muster to “aggrandize” one-self. But, at the same time it is sad that I have to post on and upload stuff like this.
In-other-words, I am glad more people saw this, at the same exact time I am sad more people had to see this.
Does that make sense?
- See also: The Party of Death: The Democrats, the Media, the Courts, and the Disregard for Human Life
- and, Concepts: “Is Reality Merely a Perception?”
- And Scott Klusendorf’s great arguments, You Do Not Have To Be Religious To Be PRO-LIFE ~ Just Reasonable
(CNSNews.com) – MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry compared abortion to cancer treatment and hand amputation during a segment of her self-titled show Saturday on Alabama’s abortion law that requires minors to get written parental consent before an abortion or petition the court if they don’t.
And NewsBusters has this:
“I think we have deluded ourselves into believing that people don’t know that abortion is killing. So any pretense that abortion is not killing is a signal of our ambivalence…”
Faye Wattleton, former president of Planned Parenthood (1997)
Don’t be fooled by the deceptive labels and euphemisms. When it comes to “reproductive rights,” feminists have a very specific agenda—one that involves a lot more abortions, but not necessarily more choice.
Ashley Herzog, Feminism vs. Women (Xulon Press, 2008), 86.
…As Dave Andrusko (National Right to Life News) stated:
“At first blush, you might simply say, What?!” But remember this is the same woman who argued that superstar singer Beyonce could [should?] have promoted abortion at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards program where she spoke at length…”
(I’ll add a few more examples that will make people scratch their heads and say “What!?” There was the time where she downplayed the role that radical Islam played shortly after the Boston Bombings. The time she linked GITMO detainees to American slaves. The time she mocked (and then shamefully apologized) Mitt Romney on his newest grandson – who happened to be black. Or the time when she said that parents shouldn’t raise kids, communities should raise kids: “Part of it is, we have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents, or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to whole communities.”)
McPhilips took Harris-Perry’s irrational comment in stride, and sensibly responded:
“Well, you wouldn’t have to, because I presume you’re well over 17, but someone 17 or younger, especially 16, 15, 14, having an abortion or having a baby could have great consequences. And at their age and stage, they can’t enter into any contract legally in any state anyway, and the rules of civil procedure in Alabama and in most states allow for the appointment of a guardian ad litem to protect the property interests of an unborn child. And we reason if the property interests of an unborn child can be protected, why not the life interests, because without the life, you can’t have property. …
“But I will say this: I want to raise the consciousness of people out there that there’s much at stake, great life itself. The only problem with pro-choice is it’s absolutely no choice for the one life that’s really at stake.”
Melissa Harris-Perry once asked “When does life begin? I submit the answer depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents. A powerful feeling – but not science”; and spoke of an unborn child as a “thing” that “might turn into a human.”