Monday, November 9, 2009

The Abortion Sideshow

I don't usually get into the subject of abortion. I'm against them but it's really none of my business. I can't tell a woman what to do with her life and body except  if asked. I certainly can't force them to do anything.

But the abortion agenda/industry in this country is another subject. What drives it and why? What groups push the agenda, who funds them and what is the bottom line?

My thoughts about this came from an article today in the student newspaper of my alma mater MTSU, where in the 'news' section was an obvious skewed and opinionated 'feminist' slam against a local pregnancy center because it does not perform abortions, is Christian oriented and does offer points of view that are not exactly the same as Planned Parenthood.

The title of the article is not neutral.....

Anti-abortion health clinic exposed

Foundation warns students about misleading clinics

By Rozalind Ruth

A pregnancy center in Murfreesboro is under scrutiny by the Feminist Majority Foundation, an advocacy group for women’s rights, for possibly misleading clients about pregnancy options, who seek to dissuade women from having abortions..

The FMF’s “Campaign to Expose Fake Clinics” is currently looking at Murfreesboro-based Pregnancy Support Center, located on South Church Street.

According to the campaign’s Web site, women’s centers that label themselves as “crisis pregnancy centers” or “pregnancy resource centers” may try to coerce or intimidate women into not choosing abortion, or prevent women from receiving medical advice.

The site also says these clinics are “typically run by anti-abortion volunteers who are not licensed medical professionals.”

Laura Messick, director of the Murfreesboro Pregnancy Support Center, said the center is a pro-life and Christian organization, and it is very honest about their stance with people receiving services. {also all for free}

“We will treat you with the utmost respect,” Messick said. “We respect their rights and we are here to help.”

The center provides counselors who are trained in-house to talk to women about their emotions when deciding on a pregnancy option. The counselors are not trained medical professionals.

Holly Tomlinson, a public relations intern for FMF and “Ms. Magazine,” said the issue is not that Christian or pro-life organizations women’s centers exist, but rather their advertising can mislead women.

“We believe they should be upfront about their religious affiliations and their pro-life position and not use pressure or misinformation to persuade women against an abortion,” Tomlinson said. “Our concern is that women are not deceived.”

FMF’s site also notes that some centers under umbrella organizations try to coerce and intimidate women out of considering an abortion or try to prevent women from seeking neutral medical advice.

Messick said the Pregnancy Support Center counselors do not use high-pressure tactics. It does not encourage or provide abortions, but she said the center can provide information on the procedure.

The FMF’s site says its campus program’s goal is to inform feminists about threats to abortion access, women’s rights, affirmative action and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights – particularly threats posed by right-wing extremists.

Lady Hamilton, a nurse practitioner that works in {MTSU} Health Services, said if a woman comes in and has a positive pregnancy test, the clinic would provide her with information on women’s health services.

“Nine times out of 10, I would tell people to go to,” Hamilton said.
What this article is telling me is that the group Feminist Majority Foundation wants to keep any pregnant young lady away from anyone that may propose anything but abortion and that the abortion factory and money maker Planned Parenthood is the only way to go.

Let's take a look at some Planned parenthood statistics...

Planned Parenthood’s income break-down for 2006-2007 fiscal year
PP clinic income: $356.9 million
PP Government grants and contracts: $336.7 million
Total profit: $114.8 million
Total income: $1.02 billion

2006 Planned Parenthood service numbers
Number of abortions (medical and surgical): 289,750
Total number of abortions per week: 5,572
Adoption referrals: 2,410
Ratio of adoption referrals to abortions: 1 per 120

Percentages of U.S. Females, Age 15-44, Broken Down by Race (According to 2000 U.S. Census)
Whites: 64.7%
Blacks: 12.3%
Hispanic or Latino: 12.4%
Other: 10.6%

Percentages of U.S. Women Who Obtained Abortions, Broken Down by Race (According to Center of Disease Control, 2004)
Whites: 54.1%
Blacks: 38.2%
Other: 7.7%
Ever know any couples who can't have children and want to adapt. If they're white and want a baby of their own race...well, good luck. A young couple I know here in the area wanted to but there weren't any available. They ended up making 4 trips to Honduras and getting shook down by the government there. $50,000 later, they finally got a little girl. Another couple I know actually went to China to get their baby and it cost about $50,000.

So where are the unwanted white babies that folks are looking to adopt? I guess aborted.

Our government and Planned Parenthood have a thing going on. With the latest report that half of our kids today will be on food stamps at some point in their childhood, if not all of it, it's cheaper to kill them early.

The elitist depopulation agenda, the old Rockefeller/Rothschild plans, used their 'feminist' activists, almost all of the leaders are and always have been jewish, to mold the mindset of the youth toward abortion is the answer. Destroy the family, free abortions for the masses, etc. etc. A planned and anticipated white minority for the future so we'll be easier to control. After all, we are the biggest threat to that less than 1% of the population that owns most of the resources. The less of us, the easier for them to maintain their position.

What a mess. No wonder there's such an emotional abortion debate going on where the sides are so polarized. Oh yeah, it's also a good 'divide and conquer' technique to keep us distracted from from war, poverty, massive financial theft, corruption in every aspect of government, on and on.

I don't come from a Christian/religious point of view, only a human one. I just have a lot of questions.

Today was such a beautiful Tennessee fall day to be alive. But somewhere a kid was aborted and a young person died in war.


  1. Kenny I think it would be helpful if people were aware of Jeff Gates. Please take a look at this.

    This widely shared mindset emerged just as A Clean Break appeared in print with its proposal for removing Saddam Hussein as part of a Colonial Zionist strategy for "securing the realm"-an expanded Greater Israel. Richard Perle, then a member of the U.S. Defense Policy Board, led the All-Ashkenazi team who prepared that 1996 report for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

    In 2001, Perle became chairman of the Pentagon's policy board. Strategically, that's a good example of working "upstream" to frame U.S national security issues around a preset agenda-for a foreign nation. Perle left the Board in February 2004 after 17 years of wielding insider influence. When your numbers are small but your ambitions large, what choice do you have but to wage war by way of deception?

    There lies the strategic role for online media free of conspiracy theories that obscure the analytical clarity required to wage this battle with confidence. What's described here is warfare being waged on knowledge by an enemy within. Liberty faces no greater danger than those targeting its foundation of informed consent.

    For Americans to restore the fact-based rule of law requires sustained pressure from abroad. Our true allies will hold us accountable for what we allowed these extremists to do in our name. As the how of this treason becomes transparent, we Americans will see as our true enemies those who enabled this duplicity-to our long-term detriment. The best way to befriend us is to hold us true to the values we espouse.

    Jeff Gates is a Vietnam veteran, widely acclaimed author, attorney, investment banker, educator and consultant to government, corporate and union leaders worldwide; an adviser to policy-makers worldwide; former counsel to the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.

  2. Gates is a very good writer. I've posted links to him several times. Actually I think he is pretty well known, at least in the alternative media.

    Thanks for the reminder.

  3. The Duffster is coming around also. If it weren't for the Irish this country would really be screwed. There wouldn't even be any white guys for black heavy weights to knock out.

  4. Kenny, when did you accept the feminist blather that ethics is gender based?

  5. teacher, I didn't know that I did. You'll have to explain that one to me.

  6. The real reason behind the upsurge in abortions is the lack of respect for women who chose to relinquish their children for adoption. This has always be shrouded in "sin" humiliation, public condemnation and degradation.

    In fact, the choice to give a child to people who are in a position to properly raise it is a courageous act of self-sacrifice. But we're hardwired not to see it that way.


    If men were forced to suffer career setbacks, financial catastrophy, and public humiliation...believe me, there would be nothing BUT abortions!


  7. If it was men who got pregnant, abortion would have been enshrined as a Constitutional right, but since they don't.

    It also serves as a good divisive issue. Why worry about collapsing bridges, broken down roads, inadequate school funding and never ending wars when you can direct people to hot button issues like abortion and the always reliable flag burning amendment, both of which should start getting major play in the upcoming mid-term election cycle.

  8. "Democracy cannot survive overpopulation. Human dignity cannot survive it. Convenience and decency cannot survive it. As you put more and more people into the world, the value of life not only declines, it disappears. It doesn't matter if someone dies. The more people there are, the less one individual matters."

    Isaac Asimov

    Every Birth-Beyond-Replacement results in population increase and various forms of per-capita "takings." As population increases beyond replacement each person has less of an earthly share of land, open space, fresh water, resources. As a result, most if not all experience declines in their quality of life. indeed, it is the quality of life for each that suffers due to human increase. One reason is that we only measure and value quantity.

    In the twentieth century alone, the population of the world quadrupled, an occurrence without precedent in human history. For those of advanced age they remember how much more quality of life was available to all when the population of the earth was 3 billion - say, in 1965 - instead of six billion and growing.

    Yet many remain Julian Simon-fooled by what they think is a "low" rate of population increase without considering the doubling times implied. For example, given Mexico's 2004 rate of 2.1%, its population will double in only 33 years! This translates into a current population of 107 million going to 215 million in 2037. This means a crush of illegal immigration to parts north, and the ruin of everywhere unless such a "small" rate of increase is soon brought into balance.

    "In the last 200 years the population of our planet has grown exponentially, at a rate of 1.9% per year. If it continued at this rate, with the population doubling every 40 years, by 2600 we would all be standing literally shoulder to shoulder."

    Prof. Stephen Hawking

    What we have here are, in effect, the Pope's Children - i.e., massive increases in population brought about by denial of women reproductive rights, contraception, and a "moral" dogma of growth-to-ruin. We who have achieved Balance in our populations are forced to pay the price for these endless population takings - all courtesy of Catholic, Islamic, and fundamentalist dogmas restricting the rights of women and undermining sane and safe societies and environments.

    Billions upon billions of dollars are sucked from the economy and the coffers of the balanced to take care of the irresponsible and dogmatic. Immigration from poor countries to wealthy is reaching crisis proportions as many flee despotic governments and already-ruined environments. A world in balance, however, would not see the social turmoil, budgetary crises, or environmental collapse we are witnessing today. No amount of money replaces the value of the less-crowded world of yesterday... the greatest taking of all.

    Unless we achieve a world in balance in short order we can do nothing but despair for the future of mankind on this planet. Nature's signals are getting louder every year, and scientists around the world are begging politicians to get serious about our deteriorating environmental conditions and climate change.

    As with any one-factor, one-dogma tyranny, Growthism not only has its dissidents to destroy but also its propaganda must be ever-employed to defeat balance, reform, and women's reproductive rights. Messengers of local empowerment, democracy, factor balance, contraception, and true conservatism must be portrayed as xenophobic, nationalist, populist, eco-extremist, and secular villains in Growthism’s infallible global scheme.

    "We must alert and organize the world's people to pressure world leaders to take specific steps to solve the two root causes of our environmental crises - exploding population growth and wasteful consumption of irreplaceable resources. Over-consumption and overpopulation underlie every environmental problem we face today."

    Martin Luther King


  9. Use of antibiotics has its role in overpopulation as well. People smart enough to grasp the idea of overpopulation are the ones having 1.4 children. The left half of the Bell Curve has the greatest fertility rate and that right there is what you call a Darwinian race to the bottom. Is eugenics really that bad of an idea?

  10. Some Catholic priests and Jewish Rabbis have found a very effective, is not painful--for the recepient--way to avoid pregnancies!

  11. "I'm against them but it's really none of my business. I can't tell a woman what to do with her life and body except if asked."

    I quote you.

  12. OK, I suppose that is what feminists want us to say and think and to stay out of the issue. Like I also said, I don't have the answers. If you do, please feel free to comment.