Thursday, March 15, 2012

These women are studying how to abort more babies

The original photo of four attractive, young white doctors sitting around a table discussing "Turnaways" has been removed at the request of the photographer. So I'm reposting this one of Obama working through the Bill of Rights as he tries to destroy the Catholic Church and all its social service agencies which help the needy.

Sounds crazy, but read through the website. They are concerned about "Turnaways," or women who get to the clinic too late to abort their babies (legally, I guess). It says that abortions are notoriously under reported. I guess the 50 million plus that Guttmacher reports isn't enough (reporting arm of Planned Parenthood).

These attractive, young, well-educated women are from the University of California at San Francisco, Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH), a collaborative research group and “think tank” at the University. Virtually all the websites I checked that were promoting abortion as a "health solution" showed attractive, vibrant, youthful white women (or so light and ethnically mixed you couldn't tell), talking to black women and children. I'm not sure to whom that message is going.

Ironically, on its history page, the founder of ANSIRH (now deceased) is referred to as the "mother" of the "reproductive health" movement, which as I've noted is code for "legal abortion and population attrition through contraception" the exact opposite of motherhood From her obituary, I see she also foster mothered Plan B, and there were eulogizing comments left from NARAL, National Abortion Federation, Reproductive Freedom Project ACLU, Population Council and Abortion Access Project as well as close associates and friends. My, what a proud legacy to take to Christ's throne--to have assisted with the deaths of thousands through research and advocacy.

1 comment:

Norma said...

Recently Mike* walked into our [PDHC] center. He seemed to be tired and stressed. We welcomed him and asked how we could help. He explained that his wife had given birth to a baby boy the day before at the local hospital. He described the pregnancy as being very hard on his wife and that she had suffered from health complications. He also said money was very tight for them. The hospital gave Mike a list of things he must have before they were able to discharge the baby and mother from the hospital. We were happy to help. We gave Mike a gift bag filled with diapers, clothing, and other necessary items for their new son. We also shared with him information on our Earn While You Learn (E.W.Y.L.) program and let him know that we could help them on an ongoing basis with diapers and other items for the baby. We also gave him information about other resources in the community that could help their family. Mike was so thankful! We congratulated him and encouraged him to check back with us if there was anything else we could do for them.

A few weeks later Mike stopped in at our center. He had come back to thank us again and show us pictures of his adorable new baby boy. He wanted to let us know that the mother and baby were doing fine. We were so glad to see him and hear how things were going for them. As he was leaving we encouraged him to let us know if there was anything else we could do for them in future and reminded him about our EWYL program.
PDHC Newsletter March 15, 2012--How others handle the same problem