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Planned Parenthood Employing Pro-Abortion 'Headhunters'?
Agape Press ^
| Bill Fancher
Posted on 11/16/2002 7:16:06 PM PST by victim soul
An agency funded by the U.S. government is apparently employing young people to spread its pro-abortion message in the nation's schools.
STOPP is the name of an organization dedicated to exposing the true nature of Planned Parenthood, the world's leading abortion provider. STOPP director Jim Sedlak says Planned Parenthood uses some devious practices, one of which is the employment of what it calls "peer counselors." Sedlak equates those employees with corporate "headhunters."
"They actually hire young people in the schools to go out and push the Planned Parenthood message among their friends," Sedlak says. "These people get paid [by the hour] or in some cases for every new customer they bring into Planned Parenthood."
Sedlak says these "counselors" look for kids susceptible to the message of uninhibited sex, contraception, and abortion -- all of which produce revenue for Planned Parenthood. The agency's reported earnings from abortions topped $60 million last year.
STOPP spokesman Ed Szymkowiak recently attributed the monetary success of Planned Parenthood's abortion business to a simple model: create the need for their services, then provide them.
TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society
KEYWORDS: abortion; corruptionofminors
To: victim soul
I'm not a perfect person, but I wouldn't want to be Margaret Sanger on Judgement Day.
To: Paul Atreides
Addedeum to the above:
Abortion Industry Credo: Make Money, Make a Profit
By Bill Fancher and Rusty Pugh
November 8, 2002
(AgapePress) - Planned Parenthood's phenomenal success as an abortion-provider can be traced to a basic business plan: create the need for their services, then provide it.
Last year, Planned Parenthood made more than $60 million alone from the abortions it provided within the United States. Ed Szymkowiak, with the organization STOPP International, says that is just one aspect of the very simple business plan adopted by the worlds largest abortion provider.
"They are only interested in three things: comprehensive sex education, contraception, and abortion," he says. "Those are the three pillars of Planned Parenthood's business."
Szymkowiak says Planned Parenthood creates a need through sex education, sells the contraceptives -- many of which do not work -- and then provides the abortion to get rid of the "problem" created.
STOPP International, a division of American Life League, has been fighting Planned Parenthood for years by educating the public to the abortion providers real money-making agenda. The pro-life group recently released a report outlining a several steps for defeating the federally funded agency.
The plan explains approaches for defeating Planned Parenthood's plans in the community, its sex education programs, and its government funding. It also addresses successful battles against Planned Parenthood.
'David' Wins Again
Meanwhile, a pro-life attorney says a Wisconsin abortion facility will have to pay a judgment to a pro-life activist who was assaulted by a clinic worker. Will Goodman, a pro-life advocate, was assaulted by a staff member of the Madison Abortion Clinic in December 2001. The court found in Goodmans favor.
Attorney Robert Muise, who litigated the case, says this is a classic case of "David versus Goliath." He says the Goliath in this case is the abortion industry.
"This case sheds light on where the true violence is in this abortion issue across the country," the attorney says. "Too often pro-lifers are vilified as being the violent people, but clearly -- and [I hope] this case will shed further light on the real truth -- the abortion industry, in their motive to make a profit, will go to all extremes to make money on abortion."
Still, Muise says the real victims are the innocent little human lives lost every day to the abortion industry and its "profit-seeking killers."
To: victim soul
||| "These people get paid [by the hour] or in some cases for every new customer they bring into
Planned Parenthood." |||
So the industry of death has gone the route of multi-level marketing? What's next, RU486 "tupperware" parties?
What an abomination.
posted on 11/16/2002 7:38:11 PM PST
To: victim soul
posted on 11/16/2002 7:45:03 PM PST
"What's next, RU486 "tupperware" parties?"
Please don't give them ideas.
posted on 11/16/2002 7:55:44 PM PST
To: victim soul
when this all finally ends up in court, will the "headhunters" be charged with conspiracy to commit murder?
The analogy to headhunting is more appropriate than many think. The fetal tissue hravesting industry is now over a billion in revenue/trade. The companies doing the harvesting pay a fee to the abortion 'clinic' for which they are allowed to screen (secretly) the health of the incoming woman and her unborn child, looking for the healthiest specimens and the latest in gestational age. There is a 'parts' list with pricing available to anyone who writes for it. And yes, these 'harvesters' are offering specimens of perfect health prior to their demise and aged all the way to 40 weeks from the woman's last ovulation. [Oh, and just for further comparison, the harvesters will remove the intact head from the little body and ship that out on ice to any research institute paying the going price. If you doubt it, do a google search for The Asheville Tribune and abortion.]
posted on 11/16/2002 11:32:33 PM PST
Never forget that Bill Clinton created the Baby Parts Harvesting Industry with an Executive Order.
||| Please don't give them ideas. |||
Just a few minutes ago, before checking in to FR, I was enjoying my first cup of coffee, thinking about that post from yesterday. Just when you think "they" can't come up with anything more morbid than the current event of they day, they somehow find something even more depraved and wicked to advance their agenda.
My apologies to the Almighty for even thinking of such a plan.
posted on 11/17/2002 6:32:34 AM PST
To: Arthur McGowan
||| Never forget
that Bill Clinton created the Baby Parts Harvesting Industry with an Executive Order |||
On his first full day in office, still hungover from his inaugural party.
Never forget indeed.
posted on 11/17/2002 6:35:57 AM PST
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