so the paedophile-rapist protection racket is now covering up for botched abortions now?
For the eighth time this year, an ambulance has transported a woman from the Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Margaret Sanger Square in New York to a local hospital.
During the incident, which took place on Saturday, December 2, 2017, an ambulance arrived at the abortion facility with lights flashing, but no siren. Emergency responders rushed immediately into Planned Parenthood, according to a witness who photographed the incident.
The witness told Operation Rescue that after about five minutes, a young Black woman walked out of Planned Parenthood on her own and climbed into the back of the ambulance. A man who accompanied her to the abortion facility joined her there a few minutes later.
The ambulance then rushed away, but only turned on sirens when it was about a block away from the Planned Parenthood facility.
Operation Rescue has documented several incidents where abortion facilities have asked for ambulances to respond with no lights and sirens. This practice actually delays emergency care for those in need. The situation was so serious at a Planned Parenthood facility in Missouri, for instance, that the State Legislature passed a law this year making it illegal to request no lights and no sirens when calling for an ambulance.
“This incident only adds to the bloody legacy of Margaret Sanger, the racist founder of Planned Parenthood, which is measured in dead babies, and maimed or dead women from predominately poor minority neighborhoods,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “We have no idea how many of these eight women even survived their abortion injuries – and Planned Parenthood doesn’t want anyone to know, either. The shroud of secrecy they enjoy, with the help of state authorities, just serves to enable further abuses.”
So far this year, 57 medical emergencies requiring ambulance transport have been recorded by Operation Rescue at abortion facilities nationwide. Of those, 35 have occurred at Planned Parenthood centers.
Operation Rescue relies on pro-life activists who minister on the street at abortion facilities to report these incidents. However, many more actually take place outside the watchful eyes of pro-life supporters.
“What we see is just a small fraction of incidents involving ambulance transports at abortion facilities,” said Newman. “We encourage states to pass stronger reporting laws for abortion complications. I believe if every abortion clinic was legally required to report all abortion complications and deaths, the nation would be shocked at the numbers.”
LifeNews.com Note: Cheryl Sullenger is a leader of Operation Rescue.
Euthanasia activist Dr. Philip Nitschke’s newest suicide machine will push some of the most vulnerable, struggling people in the world to believe the worst – that they are worthless.
Across the world, there are suicide hotlines, mental health facilities, counselors and countless volunteers who work hard to reassure people that their lives are worth living.
But euthanasia advocates like Nitschke tear away at this vital support with the underlying belief that some lives are not as valuable as others. They cloak their advocacy with the claim of preventing suffering, but underneath, their beliefs discriminate against the people who most desperately need help.
The Netherlands doctor revealed his new 3D printed suicide machine at a conference in October in Canada, the Daily Mail reports. Nitschke said plans for the machine likely will be available online for free by the end of 2018.
Nitschke said his machine, the Sarco, will offer people the chance to die a “peaceful” and “elegant death.” He presented suicide as a legitimate option – even a good option – for people who are suffering.
Here’s more from the report:
Users must complete an online mental questionnaire to establish their mental competency, in order to get a 4-digit access code for the capsule. Once inside, they can start the machine with a click of a button, voice activation or by a series of blinks for paralyzed patients.
Liquid nitrogen then fills the capsule after the user activates the machine, causing a peaceful death within minutes as oxygen drops. While the base is reusable, the pod in which the person end their life can be used as a biodegradable coffin.
Nancy Valko, RN, a spokeswoman for the National Association of Pro-Life Nurses, said the machine will open the doors to more abuses. Individuals who most need society’s help will be pushed toward suicide rather than presented with the support that they need and deserve, she said.
“It’s glamorizing and normalizing suicide,” Valko said.
There is nothing glamorous about death, suicide in particular. But Nitschke makes his death machine appear so simple and painless. He tempts those who are afraid of pain, who fear that their lives are too burdensome.
But make no mistake, assisted suicide and euthanasia are not really about alleviating people’s suffering. They are based fundamentally on the idea that certain groups of human beings (the elderly, people with disabilities, those suffering from mental illnesses, etc.) are not as valuable. Rather than provide valuable resources to help treat these people’s aliments, society should allow them – even encourage them – to kill themselves. Suicide hotlines, suicide prevention services only should be for the healthy, the young, the wanted.
The reality that people must face is that euthanasia and assisted suicide are not about helping people. They are based on discrimination, destruction and ultimately, the devaluing of human life.
Pop star Pink says she is raising her children to be gender-neutral because her family lives in a “label-less household.”
The singer, who is 38 and married to motorcycle racer Carey Hart, 42, told the U.K.’s The People she does not want her children defined by their gender. Pink said she is delighted her 6-year-old daughter Willow told her she wants to marry an African woman when she grows up.
“We are a very label-less household,” Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, explained, “Last week Willow told me she is going to marry an African woman. I was like: ‘Great, can you teach me how to make African food?’”
“And she’s like: ‘Sure mama, and we are going to live with you while our house is getting ready,’” Pink continued. “I was like ‘what the f**k, who are you? Who is paying for this by the way?’”
The performer of international hit “Get the Party Started,” Pink is a champion of the new gender ideology that does not acknowledge the science of two biological sexes – male and female.
“I was in a school and the bathroom outside the kindergarten said: ‘Gender Neutral – anybody’, and it was a drawing of many different shapes,” she said. “I took a picture of it and I wrote: ‘Progress’. I thought that was awesome. I love that kids are having this conversation.”
The Grammy-winner says though she enjoys motherhood, she considers herself to be a “pre-teen boy,” according to The People’s report.
“I do bake sales and lemonade stands,” she explains. “I take my kid to school and try to get there on time. I’m a f**king grown up now, it’s so weird. I’m still a 12-year-old boy.”
The singer added that her daughter has created a nickname for the U.S. president. Willow reportedly refers to him as “Donald Duck Trumpet.”
“I don’t correct her,” Pink said. “And I should, because it’s disrespectful, but it’s like – ‘f**k it’. I feel like we are all in this permanent state of f**k it. I can’t imagine being a third-grader and this being the first example of what it means to be president.”
“I throw my hands up in the air every day,” the singer, whose album Beautiful Traumahas gone to number one in the U.K. and around the world. “It’s unbelievable. It’s not funny at all. It’s un-f**king-believable. I want to skip ahead to the part that it’s over and we start the clean-up process.”
MSNBC has decided not to renew its contract with contributor Sam Seder after an old tweet emerged in which Seder joked about Roman Polanski raping his daughter, TheWrap has learned.
Seder’s contract ends in February and he has no scheduled appearances between now and then, a spokesperson for MSNBC told TheWrap.
“Don’t care re Polanski, but I hope if my daughter is ever raped it is by an older truly talented man w/a great sense of mise en scene,” wrote Seder in the now deleted tweet from 2009.
An archived version can be viewed here.
A person familiar with the situation said the decision to sever ties with Seder was directly related to the Polanski matter.
“Internally there was disgust over the tweet,” said the individual.
The tweet was first brought to wide attention last month by the pro-Trump journalist and activist Mike Cernovich.
Multiple efforts to reach Seder were unsuccessful, but in a segment of his podcast, “The Majority Report with Sam Seder,” last week, he addressed the matter and accused Cernovich of a smear campaign to take him off the air.
“This smear involves the willful misinterpretation of a tweet that I posted in 2009,” said Seder, who said Cernovich and his allies were deliberately misrepresenting him to silence his criticism of Roy Moore and President Trump. “I will never be ashamed of criticizing those who would excuse the predation of women or girls. And I certainly won’t be quiet about Roy Moore or a conservative movement that which would defend his actions so they could get his vote in the Senate.”
Seder said the tweet was satirical and was intended to show his disgust with liberals at the time who were attempting to apologize for Polanksi’s past behavior.
It’s the second time in less than a week that old content has arisen to dog MSNBC. Over the weekend, network anchor Joy Reid was forced to issue a lengthy apology after anti-gay comments she made on a blog between 2007 to 2009 about then-Florida Gov. Charlie Crist surfaced on Twitter.
“As a writer, I pride myself on a facility with language — an economy of words or at least some wisdom in the selection. However, that clearly has not always been the case,” wrote Reid in a statement yesterday. “I deeply apologize to Congressman Crist, who was the target of my thoughtlessness. My critique of anti-LGBT positions he once held but has since abandoned was legitimate in my view. My means of critiquing were not.”
In addition to that, sexual misconduct charges have felled MSNBC contributor Mark Halperin while leaving another, Glenn Thrush, on very thin ice. NBC’s “Today” franchise also saw the departure of Matt Lauer last week after management learned of an allegation against him as well.
TORONTO, December 4, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – An Ontario Conservative MP has proposed a bill that would mandate the province to focus on improving access to hospice palliative care. The bill comes as euthanasia and assisted suicide rates continue to climb steeply across Canada.
Euthanasia opponents are lauding Ontario Conservative MPP Sam Oosterhoff for his private member’s bill that mandates a provincial palliative care strategy.
And they are urging Ontarians to lobby MPPs to support the legislation.
Oosterhoff tabled Bill 182, or the Compassionate Care Act, last week.
It gives the Liberal government a year to “develop a provincial framework designed to support improved access to hospice palliative care.”
The bill specifies that the provincial strategy encompasses hospice palliative care provided “through hospitals, home care, long-term care homes and hospices.”
Oosterhoff has set up a website ontariopalliativecare.ca that explains his legislation and documents the need for palliative care.
“Ontario needs 1,300 hospice and palliative care beds. We currently have only 341 of these beds available in the entire province,” the website states.
Ontarians can also use the website to urge MPPs to support Bill 182, which is scheduled for second reading debate December 14, the last day before Queen’s Park adjourns for two months.
“Bill 182 is a step in the right direction in order to mitigate the damage that legalized euthanasia and assisted-suicide is spreading across our nation,” says Jim Hughes, national president of Campaign Life Coalition.
“Proper palliative care is vital in providing the type of compassionate care that those who suffer deserve. It acknowledges their inherent dignity and value as human beings.”
Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, echoed this.
Not just Ontario, but Canada as a whole lacks a palliative care strategy, so access to such care varies widely from community to community, “so it’s a very bad situation,” Schadenberg told LifeSiteNews.
He reiterated there’s not enough palliative care to meet the need.
“The Canadian Palliative Care Association estimated only 30 percent of Canadians have access to good palliative care, and that’s simply insufficient,” Schadenberg said.
Euthanasia advocates insist euthanasia is “all about choice and autonomy, which, of course, is a big lie,” he said. “But to suggest that, and not give access to good palliative care doesn’t make a lot of sense.”
Canada legalized assisted suicide and euthanasia in June 2016, and the province of Quebec in December 2015.
Since that time, Health Canada has reported 2,149 Canadians have been killed by medical means, of these, “all but five” were euthanized, Schadenberg reported in October 2017.
“We fully support Sam Oosterhoff’s bill and we are hoping that all parties can come to agree on this and get it through quickly,” he told LifeSiteNews.
This is the first private member’s bill for Oosterhoff, a Christian homeschooled former political science major who made history when he won the Niagara West-Glanbrook by-election at age 19 to become the province’s youngest ever MPP.
Oosterhoff has maintained a solid pro-life and pro-family voting record since arriving at Queen’s Park in November 2016, according to Campaign Life Coalition.
He spoke out in the legislature October 4 against the “tragic reality” that Icelanders were aborting all their Down Syndrome babies.
“Earlier this year, the American broadcaster CBS reported that Iceland is eliminating Down Syndrome through the use of abortion. CBS reported that almost 100 percent of unborn children diagnosed with Down syndrome are aborted in Iceland,” Oosterhoff told the legislature.
“The reality is that Iceland is not eliminating Down Syndrome; they are eliminating people.”
After the PC Party under leader Patrick Brown agreed with the NDP and Liberals to fast-track Bill 163, the sweeping “bubble zone” legislation outlawing pro-life witness within 50 to 150 meters of Ontario’s eight abortion centers, Oosterhoff was absent for votes on legislation.
To send a letter to your MPP in support Bill 182, go here.