Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood’s erroneous corporate sponsor list
Posted on 07/24/2015 6:08:50 AM PDT by Sean_Anthony
Coca-Cola, Ford and Xerox
If they sincerely cherish their names and reputations, the principals of Coca-Cola, Ford and Xerox should launch a joint lawsuit against Planned Parenthood.
Until the scandalous video showed their doctors talking about the sale of aborted baby parts as taking care of business, the names of the three multi-nationals, among others, were being openly advertised as corporate sponsors on the Planned Parenthood website. The purveyors of selling aborted baby parts have linked their names to infamy, and in fact disgraced all corporations boldly named on the Planned Parenthood website.
Members of the public at large have taken to the Internet calling for a boycott on the products of these companies thought to be in league with the baby killers.
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
"Johnson & Johnson, A family company."
From their web homepage;
It doesnt matter which way it goes. If they want more minority organs, they will look like they want to kill minorities. If they want more white organs, then it will look like they think white people are superior. (hat tip FReeper MARKO 413)
The utter depravity of the ghoulish selling of baby body parts....as the Planned Parenthood abortionists calmly discusse abortion techniques to get more useable parts.
Abortionist Dr Nucatola was nonchalantly drinking wine and eating salad while discussing dissected dead babies. Brings to mind the Nazi evil..... coldly calculating how much they could get for selling the gold teeth, hair, shoes and eye glasses of those freshly hauled from the gas chambers.
Even more gruesome......ponder that the Planned Parenthood Nazis had to keep babies alive to make sure the organs were fresh....particularly organs used for transplants that are required to be fresh and functional.
All three support LGBT so it isn’t a stretch that they’d also support PP.
Not a damned thing.
Don’t be so sure any corporate donor will stop. Remember when Kommen tried to stop their donations to the baby killers? The CEO had to resign and the Progs went crazy cheering when the donations were re-instated. There was talk about boycotting Kommen (I have not given them another dime), but nothing came of it.
It might be worth it to give up sugar water to let this company collapse for their sponsoring of a baby-killing organization.
Thanks for correcting...but regardless of who uses that motto...Johnson & Johnson’s website has the graphic I posted. And they’re full of $h!+.
Johnson and Johnson makes primarily Medical type things(Band Aids, Medical “Sponges” etc), SC Johnson makes primarily Cleaning type things(Clorox, Window Cleaners etc).
Looking Away From Abortion
New York Times ^ | July 25, 2015 | By Ross Douthat / / FR Posted by Brad from Tennessee
In an essay in his 1976 collection, Mortal Lessons, the physician, Richard Selzer, describes a strange suburban scene. People go outside in the morning in his neighborhood, after the garbage trucks have passed, and find a foreignness upon the pavement, a softness underfoot.
Looking down, Dr Selzer first thinks he sees oversize baby birds, then rubber baby dolls, until the realization comes that the street is littered with the tiny, naked, all-too-human bodies of aborted fetuses.
Later, the local hospital director speaks to Dr Selzer, trying to impose order on the grisly scene. It was an accident, of course: The tiny corpses were accidentally mixed up with the other debris instead of being incinerated or interred. It is not an everyday occurrence. Once in a lifetime, he says.
And Dr Selzer tries to nod along: Now you see. It is orderly. It is sensible. The world is not mad. This is still a civilized society."
But just this once, you know it isnt. You saw, and you know. (Excerpt) Read more at nytimes.com ....
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