Dinner and a Movie – about Late-Term Abortionist George Tiller?

This is exactly why we do not watch secular movies or approve of the entertainment industry; it is made to shock and dull the senses to anything moral or of God. This is one such instance; this is one such faithless jab at the callousness and overall desensitizing of Americans today. We are a sad, evil society that would EVER consider lauding an individual or movement that kills the offspring of humans for profit, fame and status. This horrible so-called doctor, George Tiller, is being essentially eulogized for his work in third-term [late term] abortions, performed even up to the day of complete gestation – George Tiller is responsible for at least 60,000 unborn children that he personally aborted.

What does George Tiller have to do with dinner and movie? His vast career is being showcased at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, founded by Robert Redford.

The Sundance Film Festival is promoting baby killer George Tiller in a film called, ‘After Tiller’ – (Directors: Martha Shane, Lana Wilson) — “Since the assassination of Dr. George Tiller in 2009, only four doctors in the country provide late-term abortions. With unprecedented access, After Tiller goes inside the lives of these physicians working at the center of the storm.”

Storytellers broaden our minds: engage, provoke, inspire, and ultimately, connect us.” – Robert Redford, President and Founder.

The Sundance Institute’s mission statement is this: “Sundance Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists and audiences. Through its programs, the Institute seeks to discover, support, and inspire independent film and theatre artists from the United States and around the world, and to introduce audiences to their new work.”

AND ~ “Sundance Institute has evolved to become an internationally-recognized nonprofit organization that actively advances the work of risk-taking storytellers worldwide. Originally founded by Robert Redford in the mountains of Sundance, Utah, Sundance Institute has always provided a space for independent artists to explore their stories free from commercial and political pressures. By providing year-round creative and financial support for the development of original stories for the screen and stage, Sundance Institute remains committed to its mission to discover and develop independent artists and audiences across the globe.”

Incredible that nonprofits chase after the abortion dollar and concept. Their nonprofit status gives them the luxury of being tax-exempt while doing or glorifying the evil deed of unborn murder as if it is some kind of public service. While I most definitely know that the Sundance Festival was never ‘holy’, it was not known to be this unprecedented in their puked up subject matter in supporting the murder of nearly term babies in the womb.

The Sundance Festival needs to take another look into whom and what they support and thus reasonably consider dropping the Tiller film. THIS FILM IS NOT ART; it is a flagrant attempt to applaud abortion in its most heinous of form.

 

40 Days for….Faith-based abortion?

KeepLifeLegal is a stalwart 40 Days for Life supporter, so this was particularly troubling, but Satan always has a counterfeit:

“Faith Aloud created and distributed hundreds of DVDs of spiritual abortion counseling and tens of thousands of patient counseling cards for clinics. We initiated the alternative campaign “40 Days of Prayer to Keep Abortion Safe and Legal” and created posters for clinics to display when they are under siege by sidewalk bullies.”

Watch out for ‘faith-based’ reproductive counseling. They are pro-choice, pro-abortion, pro-gay, pro-Obama bunch of incredibly nearsighted man-hating ‘women’. And somehow they have ascertained that God is okay with it.

Disgusted?

The 501c3 Faith Aloud is a national spiritual counseling agency for women considering or choosing abortion and provides religious resources to abortion clinics:

“An evaluation card from a patient said, ‘The Faith Aloud card by Rev. Rebecca Turner gave me the prayers I needed to make it through the procedure.’ Thanks again for your loving work, Faith Aloud!” Sally Burgess from the Hope Clinic for Women.

“We’ve been using Faith Aloud materials for years, and they work. In fact, they really work. I am deeply committed to this organization because it is working directly with providers to help women.” LeRoy Carhart, MD, Abortion and Contraception Clinic of Nebraska.

 Are you disturbed yet?

‘Faith Aloud’ believes in the gift of sexuality, or fornication which makes abortion a natural for them. There is a photo of the executive director of Faith Aloud, THE ‘Reverend’ Rebecca Turner holding a sign that says, “I am Dr. Tiller”. In fact, Rebecca Turner was honored by the Abortion Care Network as the 2010 Person of the Year for offering innovative religious resources to professional abortion care providers.

Are you mad yet?

These soft-spoken women that calls themselves ‘Reverend’ are telling Christian women veiled, paraphrased scriptures to counsel them to abort and that God is just fine with it. That’s bad enough, but how stupid can a ‘Christian’ woman be to believe that God would sanctify such a thing? I’ll tell you how…because most Pastors have DROPPED THE BALL IN THE PULPIT.

Be very aware and wary of SO-CALLED faith-based reproductive counseling resources. They want your unborn baby and do it in the name of the Lord.

The Power of ONE

St. Charles, Missouri is a city of about 60,000 people. It’s nestled along the Missouri River and was once the capital city of the state of Missouri. St. Charles was incorporated in 1809 and has the oldest brick structure in the state. There is a 50/50 ratio of men to women, a higher than average income level with an unemployment rate of 8.4%. St. Charles is an average small city in the United States that has viable industry and is significant to the state of Missouri as a whole. It’s picturesque with antique shops dotting the landscape and beautiful old buildings artfully crafted by the city’s founding citizens.

Dr. George Tiller aborted more than 60,000 people during his career as an abortionist for more than 30+ years; enough people to populate the city of St. Charles, Missouri and others like it. He killed people that would have gone to school, had birthdays, bought houses and cars, made a living, got married and had children of their own. Their children’s children could have been doctors and ditch diggers, all of which the world needs.

God knew each and every one of those children even before their mother knew them. He had a path and purpose for them that was as individual as they were. For as wrong as Tiller was for being an abortionist, women were just as ignorant for what they did.

Does one vote really count? Can one person really make a difference?

George Tiller was ONE person.

A Season to Kill

This November 2, 2010, Colorado voters will decide on an anti-abortion “personhood” amendment that would give unborn babies human rights in the state constitution. If this is passed, and other states do the same, this could be what finally abolishes abortion. Ironically, Colorado is also known for another issue regarding abortion: Warren Hern, late-term abortionist. If this amendment passes, this will finally shut him down.

Late-term abortion generally is after 16 weeks of gestation. After 20 weeks, only two KNOWN doctors perform these…Leroy Carhart and Warren Hern. Hern is a not just a peer, but friends of George Tiller and Leroy Carhart. George Tiller was shot to death May of 2009, in a church where he was a deacon – a baby killer that the entire congregation knew as some kind of hero to women. I say we need to see what this ‘church’ is teaching…

A statement I read today said that less than 1% of all abortions are considered late-term abortions – a common fallacy. Of course that does depend on how a person or government defines late-term abortion. These are truer numbers: 4.2% from 16 to 20 weeks, and 1.4% at or after 21 weeks; after 24 weeks is less than .02% which is an assumed number because there is little documentation due to privacy laws in all states. Hern will abort up to 40 weeks, “Fetal Anomaly Patients are seen at anytime during pregnancy, but management will depend on length of gestation, medical indications, etc.,” (drhern.com):

At 20 menstrual weeks and later, the first step in the abortion procedure on the second day of her appointment is an injection of medication into the fetus that will stop the fetal heart instantly. The patient is awake during this procedure, which is done under local anesthesia and with the use of direct ultrasound vision. The woman does not observe the fetus on the ultrasound screen in this process. The injection, done with strict attention to sterile technique, usually takes about ten minutes, although the appointment may take longer because of preparations that must be made.” NOTE: It takes up to four days to abort the child.

In Hern’s textbook on how perform abortions, describes the procedures plainly:

  • Regarding a first trimester abortion, “The physician will usually first notice a quantity of amniotic fluid, followed by placenta and fetal parts, which may be more or less identifiable,”
  • Later in his text, “The procedure changes significantly at 21 weeks because fetal tissues become much more cohesive and difficult to dismember,”
  • And then, “A long curved Mayo scissors may be necessary to decapitate and dismember the fetus,”
  • He also instructs, “The aggregate (whole) fetal tissue is weighted, then the following fetal parts are measured, foot length, knee to heel length, and biparietal (skull) diameter”.

Warren Hern is considered a third trimester abortionist. This trimester is when the baby is most viable if he/she is born early. When you read about tiny premature babies born at 24 or 25 weeks and not just surviving but thriving, Hern is killing viable babies older than that. Why? Because the law allows him to and since this generation is so incessantly selfish, women are killing preborn infants because they are not ‘perfect’. Haven’t you noticed there aren’t so many Down syndrome children?

Hern complains about anti-abortion protesters saying they are domestic terrorists. How can you come to that conclusion when you’re snuffing out entire generations legally under ‘settled law’? But most recently, a Washington state man was given 5 years probation for threatening Hern. I wonder how many children died that day at Hern’s hand. Who is the terrorist? How does Hern justify this thing? He vehemently decries foul to Prolifers that want to save lives, the ones that stand outside his office praying peacefully while he’s behind bullet proof windows counting his blood money. But I do wish him Jesus.

 

A terrorist is closer than you realize.

A terrorist just the same.

From the Huffington Post:  “My girlfriend and I want to get married. Only thing is: it’s not legal in NY State, where we live. So we started doing everything we could think of to reverse that,” says Cynthia Nixon…..The first thing we have is clarity about who’s with us and who’s against us. And we’ll remember those yays and nays for next November and for Novembers to come. And there will be consequences.

Sorry, but NO, Cynthia. Simply – you antagonized this little heard of state senator to vote your way because of your own personal agenda….a Gay Agenda. She caved because you threatened to solicit her future votes for her opponent.

On Wednesday Ruth Hassell-Thompson voted yes. She voted yes because gay people and straight people walked through her door in droves and wrote her letters and called her on the phone.

A bully is no different than any other terrorist, Cynthia.

A terror only an unborn child will know.

LeRoy Carhart, the Nebraska late-term abortion provider, has said he was a close friend of George Tiller and performed abortions at Tiller’s Wichita clinic. What strikes me as a bit weird besides just plain sick is that Carhart has his own abortion clinic in Nebraska…so why would he need to cross state lines to commit cold blooded murder when he can do it in the comfort of his own home town?

MONEY. His ‘service’ to pregnant women makes him some kind of superhero to prochoicers as well as the selfish women that covet his practice to keep them childless. Carhart twice has appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court to challenge bans on a procedure his opponents call partial-birth abortion….and here’s why: partial birth abortion is against the law but late term abortion is not, depending on the state. So Carhart is doing his level best to make sure he can kill babies at any term of pregnancy; fees get higher with the term being later.

From the New York Times:  The move could solidify Nebraska’s and Dr. LeRoy Carhart’s place at the center of the fight over abortion because he’s trying to offer the late-term procedures his friend Dr. George Tiller offered in Wichita before his death. Carhart has considered opening a clinic in Kansas, but said he thinks expanding his practice in the Omaha suburbs may be the best option because it is easier for patients to get flights into Omaha than Wichita.

A terrorist didn’t kill George Tiller; it was Tiller himself – a terrorist that orchestrated the deaths of over 60,000 children without remorse.

And how interesting that Nebraska’s Senator, Ben Nelson (D), is prolife:

Nebraska’s Senator Ben Nelson and a bipartisan group of senators filed an amendment to extend the more than 30-year federal standard disallowing public funding for abortion to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2009, the Senate health care bill…..“The amendment we offer today mirrors the Stupak language added to the House health care bill,” Nelson said. “For more than 30 years, taxpayers’ money hasn’t been used for abortions, a standard that has the broad support of the American people. This rule now applies to federal health programs covering veterans, federal employees, Native Americans, active duty service members and others, and should extend to those covered by any new health care bill.”

Terror tactics

From Fox News:  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took his GOP-blasting rhetoric to a new level Monday, comparing Republicans who oppose health care reform to lawmakers who clung to the institution of slavery more than a century ago.

Interesting take on the healthcare agenda and slavery, Harry…Jefferson Davis was a Democrat that insisted that slavery was necessary to the agriculture prosperity of the United States. In fact, it was a REPUBLICAN, Abraham Lincoln, that abhorred slavery enough to fight for the very right to free them.

But Republicans said they were genuinely appalled. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said Reid’s remarks were over the top…..”That is extremely offensive,” he told Fox News. “It’s language that should never be used, never be used. Those days are not here now.”