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To: marcbold; Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; ...
This is what happens when life has no value.

Thread by marcbold.

Post-Natal Abortions?!?

Post-natal abortions are a logical extension of the culture of death. Why should birth be a demarcation when conception is not?

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What kills me is how those supporting euthanasia couch their horrors in terms of mercy.

Radio Free Europe reports:

The Russian mother of a child with a developmental disability wants to sue a journalist who suggested killing babies with genetic diseases. RFERL's Russian Service reports from Moscow.

In late December, Snezhana Mitina received a tearful phone call from her friend Svetlana. Sobbing, Svetlana explained she had just read a newspaper article calling for babies with mental disabilities to be killed at birth...

29 posted on 02/14/2010 10:14:27 AM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: NYer; Ohioan from Florida; Goodgirlinred; Miss Behave; cyn; AlwaysFree; amdgmary; angelwings49; ...
These billboards will save live!

Thread by NYer.

Georgia billboard campaign says abortion makes black children an ‘endangered species’

.- A pro-life billboard campaign has caused controversy in Georgia for saying that black children are an “endangered species” because of the disproportionately high abortion rate among African-American women.

The billboards show a close-up of an African-American boy’s worried face. To the left in large print are the words “Black Children are an Endangered Species.”

Georgia Right to Life has sponsored the 65 billboards with the Atlanta-based Radiance Foundation, a group which encourages adoption. According to the New York Times, the two organizations hope to sponsor 80 billboards.

The billboards advertise the web site Using a polished graphic design, the site connects abortion to segregation and claims that racists went “underground” after the civil rights era in American history.

The site charges that Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, wanted to reduce the population of blacks.

One of its videos cites one of Sanger’s comments from an essay on birth control: “There is no doubt… that the procreation of this group should be stopped.”

In context, Sanger did not mention race. She openly advocated population control for the “irresponsible and reckless” and those whose “religious scruples” oppose small families. She also attacked this group as largely “diseased,” “feeble-minded” and “of the pauper element.”

Writing on, the Radiance Foundation decried abortion’s impact across society. It explained its particular campaign as an attempt to “dig deeper and focus on abortion in an historical context with real present-day ramifications.”

“This isn’t black vs. white, or a me vs. you. It’s the truth vs the lie. The truth is that abortion kills an innocent human life. It’s easier to speak in euphemisms, but the simple truth is the miracle of life is threatened every day by a false ideology that dupes women into believing their very biology is a threat to them.”

Catherine Davis, the minority outreach coordinator of Georgia Right to Life, said that the African-American abortion rate is so high it has begun to affect black fertility. Her organization said it would support state legislation that makes it a crime for abortion providers to solicit business based on the race or sex of the unborn child.

The New York Times, citing Center for Disease Control (CDC) data, says that the fertility rate among black women remains higher than the national average and has slightly increased in recent years.

However, the abortion rate is in fact significantly higher among African-American women.

In 2006 57.4 percent of the abortions in Georgia were performed on black women, although blacks only make up about 30 percent of the population. CDC figures show that out of 37 states that report abortion data by race, the state of Georgia was behind only New York and Texas in the number of abortions performed on black women. It was behind only Mississippi and Maryland in reporting a higher percentage of abortions going to black women.

Critics of the billboard campaign include Loretta Ross, executive director of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective in Atlanta. The New York Times says she accused the billboards of depicting black women either as monsters intent on destroying their race or as victims of white-controlled abortion clinics.

“The reason we have so many Planned Parenthoods in the black community is because leaders in the black community in the ‘20s and ‘30s went to Margaret Sanger and asked for them,” Ross said. “Controlling our fertility was part of our uplift out of poverty strategy, and it still works.”

Ryan Bomberger, founder of the Radiance Foundation and designer of the billboard, said the campaign does not target black women but “exposes an industry that we believe targets African-Americans.”

30 posted on 02/14/2010 10:17:31 AM PST by wagglebee ("A political party cannot be all things to all people." -- Ronald Reagan, 3/1/75)
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To: wagglebee
When Teri was being murdered, those surrounding her were the very monsters who saw to it that she was killed. All except the legally blind judge, one Judge Greer. ( Who was never able to see the videos of Teri and NEVER visited her, not once.)

These monsters surrounded Teri's bed and you just knew the excitement reached a fever pitch as her skin broke out in cracks from lack of water and. as she suffered the intense pain of dehydration and starvation, together, in front of these killers.

One of them was in touch with me via email.

I don't know who...I always suspected the head of the hospice nursing home or george felos, the vampire like attorney who loved to hold the hands of those dying, and peer into their faces as death occurred, satisfying some sick desire he had and meeting those desires as a hospice volunteer and board member, previously. (Which is how Teri, who was NEVER TERMINALLY ILL, and did not need hospice captivity, but got it mandated by her monster husband with felos's help, was able to be kept there and had to suffer every visit from her freak of a husband who came and went, while sexing with another woman and living off the money he was supposed to use to keep Teri in the BEST OF CARE.

I got an email before her death was announced from one of those filthy murderers saying 'it is over'.

It chilled me.

I never hear about those filthy killers anymore.

I never hear of felos hovering over another's death bed.

.Or Michael Schiavo prancing around showcasing his killer mentality.

Or Mary the monster head of the hospice where Teri was entombed for so long.

I wonder if they are reaping their just rewards.

And I wonder if Judge Greer is also being to reap the hell he has sowed.

33 posted on 02/14/2010 10:29:28 AM PST by Republic (I love Rush)
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