Abortion – the right to murder? And what men can do to stop it….

It’s an odd thing as a childless woman to see the protests around the world against any curbing of abortion rights. It seems a woman’s right to choose is simply a woman’s right to kill her child. It’s so blatant that these women KNOW that they want to kill their child, and their protests reveal this as their determination. Take a look at this lady (I use the term loosely) in Ireland:

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Covered in blood – one Irish would-be-child-killer
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These girls, pictured in a Polish protest, are tame by comparison

And what do we see in amongst these protests – we see commenters saying silly emotive things – just wait for my blast when you read this:

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The person who responded really nailed it, don’t you think?

Yes, why don’t you try milking our ‘Christian compassion’ teat – come on – let’s all be so ‘Christian’ (code in their worldly minds for the kind of love, which is really indulgence, which says that sin is OK), that we empty ourselves with compassion for your mistakes, for your incomprehending ungodliness which says that if the ‘error’ you made was to get pregnant that this is NOT the will of God, and it’s OK to kill it? What?

The ‘milk of human kindness’ is what this person is getting confused over, and Christians are not called to be wet, and soppy and complaisant – we are called to speak TRUTH. We are called to be compassionate, yes, but not accepting of SIN! Christians are pro adoption, but not pro abortion.


But let me continue, because this is a very important issue. Here’s the Irish protest again:

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Here’s your task, men – take a good look at these ‘wimmin’ and remember to make a decision next time you’re thinking of screwing a woman – is she a potential child-murderess? Frankly I cannot imagine many men finding these harridans attractive enough, unless wearing beer goggles, to want to partake of their ‘well-trodden path.’

In fact, let me distill this down to this simple phrase, in the most common vernacular I can muster:

Don’t chuck your muck up any woman you can’t trust to be a good mother to your children.

Have I said that plainly enough? 😉

As women reject womanliness, so men will reject the qualities we always inspired in them – protectiveness, provision, love and care. Instead women are becoming little more than ‘any hole’s a goal’ f*ck-buddies. More fool this generation – God will not be mocked.

God Bless you


Sources: Keep your rosaries off my ovaries! Thousands march through streets of Dublin in protest at Ireland’s abortion ban

Poland Might Change Its Abortion Law But The Internet Is Fighting Back

Juxtaposing comments by Bel Mooney

Let me just start by saying that over here in the UK Bel Mooney is an Agony Aunt for the Daily Mail newspaper. She has a weekly column in the paper helping others with the problems of their lives. I have rarely read it (unless I think the subject matter useful or relevant in some way).

Now, I am not going to sit in judgement on this woman – only God knows her true heart. It’s just hard to feel that there isn’t a huge gap in her thinking here. Let me start with her article about her darling dead dog. I know what it’s like to lose an elderly dog – my goodness it’s painful, but, well read on:

Anyone who has felt the devastating loss of a beloved pet will understand the aching void it leaves.

Here, off the top of my head, is a list of things I miss since I lost my beautiful Maltese dog Bonnie last year: my friend; playmate; counsellor; anti-depressant; admirer; confessor; baby; thing of beauty; grateful recipient of devotion.[…]

Every single night I stretched out my right arm to the space where she had always slept on our bed and felt about with my fingers, letting my hand hover about four inches from the duvet — exactly where she would have been — bouncing them on emptiness, concentrating hard, as if that would let me feel silky dog hair.

This was all done with no sound, hardly a breath, because I did not want my husband to know. I mean, reaching out for our dog in the darkness? Really? Talking to her inside my head and willing her furry self to be there?

No, admitting such a thing makes a person look utterly pathetic. Just like secreting one of her collars (a turquoise one decorated with silver conchos that I bought in New Mexico) under my pillow every night. You do not have to tell me. […]

When you reach out to living creatures with a full heart, they say, miracles can happen. And so it proved with what happened next.

Bonnie used to sleep on top of the duvet, pressed up behind me against the curve of my legs. That was her place. Now, as I watched the horses, I felt her there. A sudden pressure, almost a shove against me.

The room seemed to hold its breath. The silence roared as I felt that little push again. Bonnie was nudging me, telling me that she was there.

I spoke aloud. ‘Bonnie? . . . ’ The silence enfolded us.

‘I know you’re here, Bonnie,’ I said. She was.

There was no mistaking the feeling of that little animal mass; for 14 years I was accustomed to its insistent heft. Of course, I know some people will reckon a sick woman on anti-biotics will imagine she feels the presence of her dead dog. Poor thing! But recording here what is absolutely true, I rejoice in not caring a mouse’s breath what anybody thinks.[…]

In 2010, I’d set up a Facebook page in Bonnie’s name to help market a series of children’s books I’d written about her.

Now, in the cold black morning, I quickly called it up and bashed out these words: ‘This is Bonnie’s spirit writing with ethereal paws. I woke Bel from her sleep to make her realise she had to make a Christmas donation to Happy Landings animal shelter.

‘They do wonderful work and that’s why she is a patron. So I’m watching her at her desk now, just after 4.30am, writing a cheque in a card to the team, led by Lyn, and the assorted creatures they care for so well.’ […]

My husband digs a small hole at the base of each one, and I start to divide Bonnie’s ashes between them.

And it feels to me — as we both carry out our quiet tasks in the May sunshine, that all the loves and the losses in my life have become one, intermingling and fusing for ever.

As I reach the last rose, immediately in front of the summerhouse where Bonnie and I used to sit and read and snooze, a sudden impulse makes me moisten a finger, dip it in the ashes, and place those last atoms of my pet on my tongue.

Surprised and moved, Robin follows suit, and then I tip the last ashes into the roots of the last rose. This feels fitting. At her end, she tasted my tears; now I receive her back into myself and make it a beginning. (source)

Alright – that’s enough! What did I just read, you may be thinking – believe me those are only a small selection of the incidents in the article which make clear to this audience that Bel Mooney is, well, devoted (and I think that’s the correct word, biblically) to her dead pet. You really should read the full thing to appreciate the New Age claptrap in all it’s glory – and, again, I don’t blame Bel for this – these same emotionalism/spiritualism-themed articles appear all over the place all the time, encouraging this kind of viewpoint (and opening doors for active demons).

Now for her comments on her abortion. Yes, you read that right.

Obvious Child tells the truth about abortion and that’s something few women would shout openly and which pro-life groups would rather suppress.

For the fact is that for many people who have had one, including myself, an abortion is no big deal.[…]

I can honestly say I’ve never felt sad about having a very early termination at the end of 1980. My son was born in 1974, smaller than average and treated in special care. Then in 1975 I endured 16 hours of labour delivering a stillborn son at full term.

In January 1980, I had my daughter prematurely by caesarean section, contracted a dangerous infection and heard a succession of bleak warnings from doctors about my baby’s health.

The prognosis was uncertain and the future looked frightening and exhausting in equal measure – though at the time I had no way of predicting just how hard it would be.

That’s why, 11 months after my daughter’s birth and pregnant again at the age of 34, I was so relieved to hear my new GP tell me: ‘If you were my daughter, I would counsel a termination.'[…]

Like Donna in the film, I was thoughtful, but determined about having an abortion.

And from that day until this, I have never experienced a moment of regret about that decision. For the sake of my health and in order to care for my sick child, it was the right thing to do. (source)

As a dog lover, I understand her pain over her loss of her pet (who by the way had lived a full life into an old age). But to speak only days later in the same paper of her abortion and say it was no big deal – you see why I feel I have to juxtapose these two viewponts and suggest that these show a worrying trend in our media; that they display some pretty *ucked up priorities? Is it just me?

I was never blessed with children. I never had the opportunity to be a Mum, yet I cannot imagine for a moment being glib about an abortion, and yet encouraging excessive (and spiritually dangerous) mawkishness over a pet.

Thoughts please?

God Bless you


Planned Parenthood Global, and IPPF in their own words:

My emphasis added, and my comments in [square brackets]:

Welcome to Planned Parenthood Global, the international division of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

For more than 40 years, Planned Parenthood Global has been working overseas in partnership with local advocates, medical service providers, youth leaders and more to ensure that women, men, and young people in some of the world’s most neglected areas have access to the health care they need to control their bodies and their futures. [the way the west wants them to]

Around the world, more than 200 million women and girls in developing countries who wish to delay or plan childbirth still lack access to modern contraceptives, information, and services. [developing into what?]

Pregnancy is a leading cause of death for adolescent girls worldwide, with nearly 70,000 killed annually from complications related to pregnancy and childbirth. [do they advocate abstinence?]

Half of the world’s population is now under 25. They need our help to grow into the healthiest generation ever. [health = access to abortion?]

Planned Parenthood Global works in partnership with local advocates, medical service providers, and youth leaders to change this reality.  Our partners in 13 focus countries across Latin America and Africa work to:

• Provide tens of thousands of women, men, and young people with sexual and reproductive health education; [western style?]

• Provide contraceptives;

• Increase access to treatment for complications from unsafe abortion;

• Increase access to safe abortion care, where legal;

• And expand laws and policies promoting women’s health in Africa and Latin America.

Visit their site for more: Link

They are connected to the International Planned Parenthood Federation, as they state here:

“As the leading U.S. provider and advocate of high-quality, affordable health care for women, men, and young people, as well as the nation’s largest provider of sex education, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) is proud to be the U.S. Member Association to the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), a a global network of 152 member associations working in more than 170 countries. Planned Parenthood Global is the international division of PPFA.”

So what does the IPPF do? Let’s look at their website:

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I hope that’s readable for you – you can look at all the statistics on the original document here: Link

So, they are advocating to change the laws, and in 2014 succeeded in changing 81 laws in 55 countries, 19 of which related to access to safe and legal abortion. In fact they also show elsewhere on the same document that they provided 3.8 million ‘abortion related services’ in 2014.

They are in 170 countries. They are in consultative status with the UN. They are never voted for, and they are using education as a way to control populations which do not know where this will lead them.


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It’s working in America, where more black babies were aborted than born in 2012 in NYC: Link

‘Education’ or as I called it here educashun (Link) is part of the problem. When the masses parrot what the MSM says, and the kids are indoctrinated to do the same, and there is no comparison of this to what God says in His Word, we are in trouble.

God Bless you


Planned Parenthood International, consultative status at the UN, and the countries it seeks to influence

Planned Parenthood International has branches all over the world, and here are the ones which are listed in this document from the UN (Link) which were involved in consultation with the UN in 2014, on population and development. I’ve also given you here the basics of each country’s abotion policy. It makes very interesting reading. The chart below this list contains all the African countries, and is from the Guttmacher Institute (pro abortion). Their document can be accessed here: Link


Botswana – see the chart below

Cote D’Ivoire – see the chart below

Egypt – see the chart below

Ghana – see the chart below

India – 12 week limit, but basically free choice as they accept ‘failure of contraceptive device’ as a reason. (source)

Kenya – see the chart below

Malaysia – to protect the life, physical or mental health of the mother – 120 day limit. (source)

Mexico – to protect the mother, or because of defect to the child, or in cases of rape etc. (source)

Namibia – see the chart below

Philipines – illegal except to save the mother. (source)

Senegal – see the chart below

Tunisia – see the chart below


US (two branches)

legality of abortion africaHmmm… so let me get this straight – Planned Parenthood International is running as an NGO in all these countries, many of which you can see might be targets for expansion of ‘reproductive rights’? Highly suspicious.


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Of course, don’t forget that Hillary Clinton, the next president of the United States (*laughs*) admires Sanger very much, and I quote from here: Link

“In April 2009, Congressman Jeff Fortenberry dialogued with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on foreign policy At 4 minutes 25 seconds into this video, Hillary Clinton compares the eugenics advocate and racist Margaret Sanger to Thomas Jefferson. Clinton even seems to say that Sanger is superior to Jefferson.” […] (video at link)

“I admire Margaret Sanger enormously, her courage, her tenacity, her vision,” said Hillary Rodham Clinton, “I am really in awe of her, there are a lot of lessons we can learn from her life”

Coupled with the vile comments of the likes of Bill Gates and Henry Kissinger, we can quickly see the agenda as to why Planned Parenthood International is fostered outside the political limits that would normally be imposed, inside countries which are against it’s agenda to widen ‘reproductive rights’. If the people won’t vote for it, the west (Europe, and the US) will pay to push it through the back door.

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The NWO agenda rests on NGOs and their machinations.

God Bless you


Abortion – the story that brought a class of teens to silence

When I was a teenager, a doctor came to our school to answer the girl’s questions about matters reproductive. One girl asked the question ‘What happens if I’m pregnant and I don’t want to be?’

The doctor’s reply was ‘You just have an abortion.’

Afterwards, a teacher, in fact our R.E. teacher took the whole class into a room and sat us down, while she told us the story of her abortion.

I want to share what I can remember about her story all these years later.

Firstly she already had a disabled son, and when she fell pregnant again, they had to wait until the preganacy was advanced enough to do amniocentesis to determine if the baby had the same disability. It turned out that he did. She was advised to have a termination – she and her husband must have already had so much on their hands with their first son that they agreed to this.

She told us how she had to go through a full birth of a baby which had been killed in her womb. This birth had to be chemically induced.

You could have heard a pin drop – we must have been slack jawed with horror at what she was sharing – this poor woman.

I feel tearful just typing this.

I can’t remember her name, but she sat and told us that she HAD to tell us, because the doctor had said ‘You just have an abortion,’ as if it was easy, simple, and held no pain, emotions, or trauma.

She had all of us there to hear her story, and I would bet you that not one in that room would have thought of having an abortion as matter of course after hearing it.

I think of her story, and I particularly see it’s relevance today. Planned Parenthood is being ‘targetted by the GOP’ who, according to Harry Reid (*hiss*) have ‘lost their moral compass’ – no Harry, you awful little man – YOU HAVE!

Women are being CARED for by KILLING their children?

The teacher who shared her trauma with us, would today be disciplined for doing so – in the US, probably drummed out of the profession for HATE SPEECH.

I’m glad that back in the late 1980’s she was still free to speak.

Please pray for that dear teacher of mine today – she must be in her 70’s if she’s still alive, and I’m sure she still thinks of that day. I hope she knows she did right to share her pain with a class of misled teenage girls.

God Bless you