Skip to comments."Endangered Species" by TheRadianceFoundation.org (You Tube Prolfe Video)
Posted on 02/16/2010 11:13:52 AM PST by GonzoII
Abortion isn't a me issue. It's not a you issue. It's not just a woman's issue. It's a human issue. And with over 51 million lives lost since 1973, it is a human crisis. African-American women abort their children at over 3x the rate of white women and 2x the rate of all other races combined. And all, the while, Planned Parenthood profits from the destruction. Find out more at www.toomanyaborted.com
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“Black Children Are An Endangered Species” makes me wince a little.
Me? I credit the drop in crime to tougher sentences and surer punishment for crime coupled with the passing of the baby boom and echo, meaning fewer young men, who commit most crime.
A Recent article:
“As we enter the Lenten Season we must understand what Lent is all about.
It is a period of 40 days of repentance, with prayer, fasting and abstinence, and Confession and most importantly, the conversion of sinners.
In a February 2008 article by Greg Schleppenback, of the Nebraska Register writes:
Lenten Opportunities to Advance Pro-life Causes
Our Lord tells us in Scripture that Certain kinds of demons do not leave but by prayer and fasting (Mt. 17:21). The more a person engages in the pro-life battle the more evident it becomes that, above all else, this is a spiritual battle. It is a battle between good and evil, between the culture of life and the culture of death.
To avoid being misunderstood, Im not suggesting that those who advocate abortion or other direct attacks against innocent human life are evil. Rather, it is the act of intentionally destroying innocent human lifeno matter how small, unformed or frailthat is evil.
To get more specific about the spiritual nature of the pro-life battle, Im convinced that one of the most difficult dynamics we face is that its easier to ignore or manipulate truth in order to rationalize personal behavior than it is to change behavior [Politicians as examples]
And as Jeffrey Mirus - President of CatholicCulture.org states:
In any legitimate Christian theology, and indeed in any world-view derived even remotely from the natural law, these sacred powersthese bloodthirsty recipients of our lovecan only be construed as demons. Pro-lifers have long realized that the fight over abortion was a fight with principalities and powers, as St. Paul said: For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places (Eph 6:1).
Among those principalities and powers is Planned Parenthood. Concerned Women for America president Wendy Wright states the following about Planned Parenthoods Haitian fund raising appeal:
“Haitians need food, water, shelter, safety, comfort. They are wandering in a daze and in pain,” she said. “Yet all Planned Parenthood thinks about is how to benefit from their suffering. Instead of offering a cup of water, they offer a condom.” “As corpses fill the streets and the world wonders how few Haitians will survive this crisis of mass proportions, Planned Parenthoods goal is to reduce their numbers even more,” Wright said.
“Planned Parenthood exhibits its racist intentions again. If successful, Haitians would be denied the joy of children and the hope that their country will live on,” she added
Planned Parenthoods Haitian efforts is just one of a long line of anti-human rights efforts by that organization since they offered the women of New York City free abortions and morning after pills to the area victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks. The goal of the 12 days of free services was to “reach out to women who have been displaced and ease their fears,” the abortion business said at the time.
Who pays for abortion?
Planned Parenthoods income for fiscal year 2006-2007 was $1.018 billion (up 11 percent from 2005-2006), with nearly one-third coming from taxpayers. This “not-for-profit” entity ends virtually every fiscal year with tens of millions of dollars in “excess revenue over expenses” (known to most people as “profit”). The “excess” for 2006-2007 alone was $114.8 million.
On June 30, 2006, PPFA had net assets valued at $951.8 million, of which $383.1 million was unrestricted (essentially a savings account) and $160 million was temporarily restricted. Despite these huge sums, PPFA incessantly claims to need more taxpayer dollars.
“We see abortion as a necessary, desirable service and as an integral piece of comprehensive reproductive health care services.” What kind of health care is that?
There is war in the world featuring man against man and country against country but the real war is man against principalities and powers. As St Peter said: Be vigilant at all times for your enemy the devil is prowling round like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.
We are participating in the 40 DAYS FOR LIFE LENTEN PRAYER VIGIL. Many groups nationally are organizing a round-the-clock prayer vigil at many of the Planned Parenthood abortion facilities in the country. The purpose is to have a continual prayerful presence at the abortion facility throughout Lent and to urge fasting during Lent for the closing of the facility and the conversion of its staff
We ask individuals to offer some form of prayer and sacrifice each week (preferably on Fridays when most abortions are done in the country) for the same intention as the Lenten Prayer Vigil.
To combat those principalities and powers an attempt will be made to participate in the 40 DAYS FOR LIFE LENTEN PRAYER VIGILin Mifflin-Juniata Counties starting February 17, 2010. Your immediate help is needed to prayerfully ask our Lord to convert sinners, and have them repent.”
Citizens Concerned for Human Life Mifflin Juniata. Inc.
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