The True Story of Kermit Gosnell – a Presentation by Detective Jim Wood

 

The Bucks County Right to Life would like to invite everyone to join them for a presentation on Sunday, October 25th by Detective Jim Wood.  Details are below including links to livestream this event from either Our Lady of Guadalupe parish website or through their Facebook page.  We ask that you print out the attached flyer and distribute to all your pro-life family and friends.  We hope to have a good showing both at the church and through livestreaming.  

 

 

Come listen to Detective Jim Wood give a presentation about his experiences during the investigation and trial of Kermit Gosnell, the world’s most horrific serial killer of late-term unborn babies.  Detective Wood was a Philadelphia police officer from 1986 to 2011 and his work after the case led to Pennsylvania passing a law requiring mandatory health inspections of all abortion facilities.  

Gosnell, who was once a well-respected doctor, was arrested, charged, and convicted of the deaths of three babies who were born alive and killed. He was also convicted of the overdose death of a women who had an abortion.

This presentation is dedicated to the memory of Kathy Cox who was president of the Bucks County Right to Life.  Kathy died this past July. It was Kathy’s wish to have Detective Wood come and give his presentation.  

We will follow the soical guidelines provided by the CDC and the State of Pennsylvania.  Those who are still uncomfortable with being in a closed environment due to COVID-19 will be able to live-stream this event through the parish website using this link,  or through Facebook using this link.   

This event is sponsored by the Bucks County Right to Life

 
True Story of Kermit Gosnell flyer

Benjamin Watson NFL Super Bowl Champion Stars With Walter Hoye In New Pro-Life Movie!

Walter B. Hoye II, Founder, Issues4Life Foundation located in Union City, California sends the following information about the new pro-life movie ‘Divided Hearts of America.  This documentary is available on Video on Demand starting today, September 17th.  Use the link below to order your copy. 

 

“Abortion in America has been a hot topic issue for decades. If you’ve ever wrestled with the abortion debate, Divided Hearts of America is a must-see movie. With more than thirty (30) insightful interviews, this documentary seeks to bring humanity and understanding to both sides of the story.” — Benjamin Watson, New England Patriots Tight End

Our nation is being torn apart. But what if there’s one big thing at the center of it all. In Divided Hearts of America, Super Bowl Champion and Executive Producer Benjamin Watson 1 goes on a journey to discover the truth about abortion, a subject that has been at the center of heated debates since the passage of Roe v. Wade in 1973.

Purchase your copy here.  

Watch the trailer below.  

A Message For Black America By Former Planned Parenthood Employee

The following was sent to me by Walter B. Hoye II, Founder, Issues4Life Foundation located in Union City, California. 

 

“Planned Parenthood is using Blacks as a strategy against public scrutiny from being branded a systemically racist organization, which by their own admission they are. “ — Vivian Phillips


“Every Black person in American should be outraged that Planned Parenthood has their knee on the neck of Black Babies, and they thrive when they murder them.” — Vivian Phillips

Red Quote MarkBlessings to everyone watching this video, especially my Black mellanated brothers and sisters. Today I want to talk about Black America and Abortion. (see video at end of this post). 

My name is Vivian Phillips.1 I was raised in the inner city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I have a degree in Business Management and I am the author of the book: “Revival in the Pews.”

Black people are positioned for healing and restoration, which situates us to take back our power, and the most fundamental way for us to do that is to stop allowing racism to be the gateway to us aborting our own children.

Talking about Blacks and abortion is very personal for me because I know Planned Parenthood intimately and professionally. I’ve never said publically that I am a Planned Parenthood abortion survivor.

At twenty-five (25) I found myself in an abusive relationship, pregnant by a man fifteen (15) years older, that I was not married to. He wanted an abortion and I did not believe in abortion personally, eventually being Pro-Choice and a mediocre Christian made it easy to sway from my religious beliefs, and make the worse decision of my life.

Now, I’m a fifty-eight (58) year old restored and forgiven, childless woman of faith, who has evolved into a true Believer.

In the early 90’s I accepted a position as Manager of Multicultural Affairs for Planned Parenthood of Central and Northern Arizona (PPCNA), where I regrettably led an award-winning diversity initiative. What I know today is, diversity is a way for Planned Parenthood to kill more of us, not empower us.

I believe every Black person who works for Planned Parenthood has their job because the founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, a diabolical racist and eugenicist, wanted to exterminate Black people, through abortion, by using Black people. That was her plan in 1916, and it is still working today.

After leaving Planned Parenthood God convicted me about my Pro-Choice beliefs when he said “Abortion is never acceptable in his sight.” and with that I became Pro-Life.

Now that Planned Parenthood recently appointed another Black woman, to carry the torch of shame as President|CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of AmericaReverend Walter B. Hoye II, Founder of the Issues4Life Foundation, insisted that I come out of the shadows of shame and speak out.

Yes, I am a former Ms. Black Arizona, entrepreneur and marketplace minister, international speaker, publisher and Television talk show host who is called for a time such as this.

And, as a woman of faith and Chaplain, I can articulate God’s heart on abortion.

Planned Parenthood is using Blacks as a strategy against public scrutiny from being branded a systemically racist organization, which by their own admission they are.

Margaret Sanger knew Planned Parenthood could not destroy Black babies without the talent and passion of Blacks, and now you know.

We must tell ourselves the truth, about Planned Parenthood, and stop living in denial, like I did.

Planned Parenthood wants to ride on the back of Black Lives Matter, and then murder our babies, while saying they provide accessible healthcare for the poor, which is really population control for Black and poor people.

It only takes one thing to cripple Planned Parenthood, and that is to recognize that Black Lives Matter In The Womb.

And when we are faithful over the least, God will make us ruler over much.

Listen to this …

Did You Know? The United States Center for Disease control said Planned Parenthood is the leading cause of death in the Black Community, where seventy-night percent (79%) of their surgical abortion facilities are located.

Coincidence?

Not!

And that Planned Parenthood kills more Blacks than AIDS, Black on Black Crime, Accidents, Cancer and Heart Disease combined.

Planned Parenthood Confesses: Margaret Sanger was a Racist!

The following is from Rev Dr. Clenard H. Childress Jr, Director of BlackGenocide.org.  

The Rev Dr. Martin Luther King stated, “The negro cannot win if they choose to sacrifice their children for immediate comfort and safety.” Margaret Sanger stated, “it shows us that we are paying for and even submitting to the dictates of an ever increasing, unceasingly spawning class of human beings who never should have been born at all”. The Rev Dr. King stated, “The early Church put an end to such evils as gladiator contests  and INFANTICIDE”.  Margaret Sanger stated, “The most merciful thing a large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it”. We have allowed the foundations to be removed and we have forgotten the dream but “Truth Crushed To The Earth Shall Rise Again”.

Well it’s taken some time but with the current racial climate and a lawsuit pending from their own minority employees charging Planned Parenthood with systemic racism and bigotry, the NYC Chapter of Planned Parenthood finally confessed what we have known for decades. Margaret Sanger was a racist. It should not have been so hard to come to this conclusion with documented collaboration with Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich and a letter of commendation from the Furor himself thanking her for her tutelage. Yes, I said tutelage, Margaret Sanger tutored the most renown racist regime known to modern man. Confession should have come easy and long ago.

Karen Seltzer, the Board Chair of Planned Parenthood of Greater New York said in a statement, “The removal of Margaret Sanger’s name from our building is both a necessary and overdue step to reckon with our legacy and acknowledge Planned Parenthood’s contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color. Margaret Sanger’s concerns and advocacy for reproductive health have been clearly documented, but so too has her racist legacy. There is overwhelming evidence for Sanger’s deep belief in eugenic ideology, which runs completely counter to our values at PPGNY. “Removing her name is an important step toward representing who we are as an organization and who we serve”.

It was just a few years ago they were giving out the Margaret Sanger award and now they say she is completely counter to our values at Planned Parenthood??? Planned Parenthood has never stopped being Planned Parenthood since its inception. The Birth Control League changed its name to Planned Parenthood in 1945 when the heat was on globally concerning eugenics due to the exposure of the horrific deeds of the Third Reich. Planned Parenthood never stopped practicing the targeting of African Americans and minorities for sterilization and abortion. As Margaret Sanger stated, “Colored People are human weeds and they need to be exterminated”. The deliberate placement of their clinics in African American neighborhoods has never ceased since the first one in Brooklyn in 1916. The targeting of minorities is undeniable, but they managed to continue unscathed because of a dishonest media and white elitist influence over Black Leadership.

Jessie Jackson once said “abortion is Black Genocide, What happens to a mind of a person and the moral fabric of a nation that can abort a baby without a pang of conscience? Where will we be 20 years from today?” I guess that the real question was, “Where would you be?”  It would appear your moral fabric has been torn to shreds like the babies in the womb you and other African American leaders betrayed. You also betrayed your mentor the Rev Dr. Martin Luther King who taught you that “Infanticide was evil”.
  
Black Lives Matters without question will denounce Margaret Sanger as a racist. I am sure Black Lives Matter will undoubtedly break off all collaboration with Planned Parenthood. Black Lives Matters will now make sure that all statues and bust (The Smithsonian Portrait Gallery in Washington DC) and street signs will be removed bearing Margaret Sanger’s name. I am also sure that Black Lives Matter will demand that Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi return the Margaret Sanger Award IMMEDIATELY since it has been admitted through careful search of Margaret Sanger’s history the documented bigotry and racism! It’s what we would expect from Black Lives Matter, right? I am also sure no African American elected official will speak at fundraisers bearing the name Planned Parenthood. We must now all be conscious that the leading killer of African Americans is abortion and its chief facilitator is Planned Parenthood.


Planned Parenthood was founded on the principles of eugenics. “More of the fit less of the unfit.” Unfortunately, by their own admission they deemed people of color unfit just because of their color. Thus, to date over 21, MILLION African Americans have been killed by abortion since 1973. 52% of all African American pregnancies end in Abortion. An African American woman is 5 times more likely to abort than her Caucasian counterpart. Yes, it’s a sociological fact, “The most dangerous place for an African American to be is in the womb of their African American mother”. Where do we go from here?

Rehumanize Virtual Conference

The following is from Rehumanize International

I wanted to reach out to make sure you know about the upcoming Rehumanize Conference on August 29th, 2020. This year we’ve decided to move things online in order to ensure the health and safety of our attendees, volunteers, and staff. While I’m sad that we won’t get to meet in person this year I am also excited about the unique opportunity to reach people all over the world with our life-affirming speakers and sessions.

Tickets are on sale now starting at just $5.00 at rehumanizeintl.org/conference! I really hope that you are able to join us at this one of a kind event. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need financial assistance or a press pass.

Check out the phenomenal schedule of events below:

Conference Schedule
10:30AM – 10:45AM > Reception

10:45AM – 11:00AM > Welcome

Herb Geraghty, Rehumanize International

11:00AM – 11:30AM > Opening Session: Why Consistency Matters in the Effort for Human Rights

Aimee Murphy, Rehumanize International

11:30AM – 12:15PM > panel: Police, Prisons, and the Death Penalty

Hannah Cox, Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty

Zuri Davis, Reason

Miea Walker, Forward Justice

12:15PM – 1:00PM > Panel: Pro-Life Perspectives

Kristen Day, Democrats for Life of America

Tom Shakely, Americans United for Life

Jazzi Milton, Pro-Life San Francisco

1:00PM – 1:15PM > Break

1:15PM – 1:45PM > Ideologies Breakout Session

​A: Feminism and the Consistent Life Ethic

Rachel Peller, Activist

B: The Non-Aggression Principle and the Consistent Life Ethic

Tony Guajardo, Young Americans for Liberty​

1:45PM – 2:15PM > Lived Experiences Breakout Session 1

A: Incarceration

Robert Saleem Holbrook, Amistad Law Center & the Human Rights Coalition

B: Healing After Abortion

Serena Dyksen, She Found His Grace

2:15PM – 2:30PM > Break

2:30 – 3:00PM > Lived Experiences Breakout Session 2

A: Ableism

Beth Fox, Rehumanize International

B: Sexual Violence

Aimee Murphy, Rehumanize International

3:00PM – 3:45PM > Keynote: Can War Ever be Just?​

David Swanson, World Beyond War

3:45PM – 4:00PM > Break

4:00PM – 4:30PM > History Breakout Session

A: Torture

Josie Setzler, Witness Against Torture

B: U.S. Immigration Policy

Mikhayla Stover, Academic

4:15PM – 5:00PM > Action Breakout Session 1

A: Abolishing War

Greta Zarro, World Beyond War

B: Dismantling Racism

Ismail Smith-Wade-El, City Councilmember

5:00PM – 5:45PM > keynote: Not Dead Yet: Ableism, Euthanasia, and Assisted Suicide

John Kelly, Not Dead Yet​

5:45PM – 6:15 PM > Action Breakout Session 2

A: Activism

Terrisa Bukovinac, Pro-Life San Francisco

B: Creative Expression

Maria Oswalt, Rehumanize International

Sarah Terzo, PLAGAL+ & Live Action

6:15PM – 6:30PM > Closing Remarks

Herb Geraghty, Rehumanize International

6:30PM – 9:00PM > Create | Encounter Release Party and Happy Hour at Home

I really hope you can make it! Visit rehumanizeintl.org/conference for more information.

National Day Of Mourning: Concert Of Prayer

Walter B. Hoye II, Founder and President of Issues4Life Foundation invites eveyrone to join in a National Day of Mourning Concert of Prayer via Facebook on Saturday, August 1st.  Below you’ll find more information on this as well as information and video on the 2019 National Day of Mourning.

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You are invited to join the National Day Of Mourning: Concert Of Prayer on August 1st, 2020 on Facebook. At exactly 3 pm EST, (2 pm CST, 1 pm MDT, 12 pm PDT, 11 am AKDT, 9 am HST) the hour of Christ, you are invited to turn on Facebook Live and PRAY PSALM 51 once for America and once for the state in which you reside.3 We ask you to invite every one of your Facebook friends to pray as well.

The Restoration Project’s National Day of Mourning in 2019 drew attention to the deaths of more than 20,000,000 black lives snuffed out by abortion and to the fact that abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s is targeting of black babies. The event took place at the Guiding Light Church in Birmingham, Alabama.

A United States National Day of Mourning was planned for August 2019. It was a hugh sucess. The National Day of Mourning drew attention to the deaths of more than 20,000,000 black lives snuffed out by abortion. This event also drew attention to abortion giant Planned Parenthood’s targeting of Black babies calling it a “plan of extermination” reminiscent of Margaret Sanger’s “Negro Project.”

For those that do not know about the “Negro Project“, conceptualized by birth control activist Margaret Sanger and implemented by her Birth Control Federation of America (now Planned Parenthood Federation of America).1

Even today the Black employees of Planned Parenthood Federation of America of Greater New York publically confess that Planned Parenthood was founded by a racistwhite woman and that such is a part of Planned Parenthood’s history that cannot be changed.2

No!

Black Lives DO NOT Matter to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

Never have. Never will.

Brothers, we need to talk.

What A Witness At The Cherry Hill Abortion Clinic

Below is a report from Reverend Clinard Childress of Black Genocide.org on the Life & Liberty Rally and Prayer Event in Cherry Hill, New Jersey on Independence Day.  At the end of this post, there is a video from LifeNet that I found on Facebook.  

Rev Childress

The 4th of July “Independence For Babies In The Womb” Liberty Rally @ the Cherry Hill Late Term Abortion Clinic was an exhilarating session of “Decrees and Intercession“for the clinic to close!

The Clinic heard we were coming, and it closed but that’s a sign of the future. The people of God are advancing and the “death stations” will cease and the captives will be set free! Greg Solvesenski and Greg Schwarzwalder are the chief coordinators of the South Jersey Pro-Life Coalition and their diligence is paying off.  There was a great gathering at the ecumenical prayer service at St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church in Merchantville right after the rally to honor the source of our victory, God and Prayer.

The participants consisted of clergy, political candidates, pro-life activists and protesters all there to stand in the defense of the unborn.  People gave up their morning to celebrate the birth of the United States to demand access to the American Dream for children yet to be born.

Yes, there are restrictions but remember there was very little if at all restrictions on killing babies! We must for their sake be diligent in our stand for life. Use what ever means you can to express your faith and share your testimony of the goodness of the Lord. The nation needs your voice as well as your prayers. We have the God given ability from Him to make a difference. Prayer and decree are critical now and we are ordained to play that role.

We will be sharing footage of this event, but I do have a “shaky” video to give you an idea of the great turnout which is laying a foundation for the future and we will prevail over the “Spirit Of Murder”.

Independence Day For Babies in the Womb July 4 2020  video

So sorry for the poor quality but just so you get an idea look at link above better pictures and video to follow.

To follow Live today go to Clenard Childress’ Facebook page here 

Thank You For The E-mails of support and suggestions. Any ideas please feel free to share… RevChildressjr@aol.com  or RevChildress@yahoo.com 

Visit our website www.AllBlackLifeMatters.com 

We have covert pro-life activities for the summer! This is an election year any and all support now will help us address some glaring opportunities for the sake of future generations yet to be born. Please support our work here www.Blackgenocide.org Donate

(Link to LifeNet’s Facebook page and video)

 

Conversation in Bucks County PA. “Do ALL Black Lives Matter?”

The following is a fictional conversation written by Leonard A Deane Jr, a pro-life advocate from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 

Martin, African American, retired Pastor with a booming voice asks the healthcare workers “Do ALL Black Lives Matter or just some Black Lives?”

Healthcare workers massed in front of an unnamed Bucks County medical center in Pennsylvania, enthusiastically repeat back to him, “ALL Black Lives Matter.”

Martin has another question for them. “The black lives killed by black men matter, right?” Violent Night: Two Killed, 9 Hurt in 6 Shootings around Philadelphia.” 

There’s a moment of stunned silence, and then some scattered healthcare workers answer, “Yes.”

Martin reiterates, “Yes?”

The assembled white healthcare workers, more sure of themselves now, answer, “Yes.”

As the healthcare workers grapple with the question of black-on-black crime, which accounts for “94 percent of black victims were killed by other African Americans from 1976 to 2005.” In fact, high rates of black-on-black killing have been the norm for well over a century. (see National Review article here). 

One woman positions herself at the front of the group. She kneels, carefully holding a sign that, while difficult to read, seems to say something about “white” people supporting black lives.

Then, the Martin springs the 15.5 million baby question: “The black babies killed in the abortion clinics matter, right?”

The response from the healthcare workers is dead silence.

Martin respectfully said, “Thought so.”

The kneeling healthcare woman looks back at her colleagues for support, and then awkwardly stands up and sidles her way back to them.

But the conversation is not done.

The assembled healthcare workers have their rhythm back. “Yeah!” “Yes!”

So Martin rocks them off balance again. “But the black babies that are killed in the abortion clinics don’t matter, do they, healthcare people?”

A lone healthcare female says, “Their moms matter.”

Martin is having none of it. “Do their lives matter?”

The healthcare workers mumble inaudibly.

Martin asked again, “Does the future of our black babies matter?”

Again, a healthcare woman says, “Their moms matter.”

Martin thinking quietly: “What’s up? What’s up? Awful quiet now, aren’t they? Uh-huh. Then Martin asked: “Its okay if you kill them in the womb, right? But you have a problem when blacks are murdered on the streets.”

“It’s a separate issue,” says a healthcare worker.

Martin overrides that idea. “Yes, but we know that they’re the same issue. If we don’t respect the lives of our unborn children enough to save them and fight for them, our lives mean nothing once we’re born. And that’s the bottom line, isn’t it?”

Martin continued “we need to live by the word of God:” “If my people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face; and turn from their wicked way, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” II Chronicles 7:14

Martin asked “What does God say about abortion?”

The healthcare workers replied “Their moms matter!”

Martin “spoke about” Proverbs 24: 11-12 “Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter. If you say, “But we knew nothing about this,” does not he who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not he who guards your life know it? Will he not repay everyone according to what they have done?”

Martin continues: “Too many black communities are economically stagnant, despite all the abortions. And sadly, blacks are disposing of that future by the millions.” Abortion statistics for Philadelphia from 1996 to 2018 included 308,878 abortions and the greatest majority was African American woman.

According to 2018 PA statistics, while African-Americans constitute 12 percent of the population, 43 percent of abortions in Pennsylvania are performed on African-American women. By contrast, whites constitute 81 percent of the Pennsylvania population, 48 percent of abortions were performed on white women. (U. S. Census Bureau Quick Facts – Pennsylvania)

Even pro-abortion groups like the Guttmacher Institute admit that “black women are more than 5 times as likely as white women to have an abortion.” 
If the current trend of abortions in the black community continues, by 2038 the black vote will be insignificant.” 
Martin thought to himself: How can young black people feel that their lives have value if women in the community dispose of their pregnancies as casually as old shoes?

Martin finished with his final question:

“When does life begin?”

God’s word defines life from the womb to the tomb:

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations.” Jeremiah 1:5

“Be strong and courageous, do not be afraid or tremble at them, for the LORD your God is the one who goes with you. He will not fail you or forsake you. The LORD is the one who goes ahead of you; He will be with you. He will not fail you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.” Deuteronomy 31:6

Martin’s final statement: “The way out is God, not politics, political parties and media. God have mercy! “Let us then approach God’s throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.” Hebrews 4:16

Diversity Marks Pro-Life Movement

The following was received from Frank D. Tinari, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Seton Hall University.  It comes from the Family & ProLife News Briefs.

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by Alexandra DeSanctis

Diversity Marks Pro-Life Movement

It features prominent female leaders and black activists, and has far more support from non-religious Americans than abortion supporters admit.

Late last year, the Church of God in Christ, the largest Pentecostal denomination and overwhelmingly African-American and Democrat, unveiled its “Resolution on the Sanctity of Human Life.” The resolution stated:

Abortion is genocide.
Abortion must end to protect the life of the unborn.

This issue of personhood has haunted America since the Dred Scott, Plessy v. Ferguson and Roe v. Wade decisions. Just as slavery was overturned in America, Jim Crow was defeated, and Nazi Germany was overthrown, we pray that the heinous industry of abortion will become morally reprehensible worldwide.”

Pro-life leaders often mention the deep ties between the earliest legal abortion advocates and the eugenics movement, noting that Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, wanted to decrease what she saw as “unfit” populations including, in her view, blacks. She promoted birth control, though not abortion, to limit low-income & minority groups & proposed mandatory sterilization for those she deemed “feeble-minded.” Such views were widely shared among the earliest abortion advocates.

Secular Pro-Life, found in 2009 by Kelsey Hazzard, represents non religious pro-lifers. She is assisted by Terrisa Bukovinac, a member of Democrats for Life and founder of Pro-Life San Francisco, which aims to galvanize West Coast young people. After seeing videos of abortion procedures, she became pro-life. “You can’t justify abortion any more than you can justify the killing of a born person. There is no consistent, objective distinction between an unborn person and a human being.”

Alexandra DeSanctis, The Pro-life Movement You’ve Never Heard Of, National Review, 4/6/20. Additional groups are highlighted in her article.

If Black Lives Matter, do Black Babies Lives Matter?

Debbie Aldrich Show

QUOTE: “No way! I can’t quit. My People are dying. Ending abortion is a matter of survival now. Our future depends on meetng the needs of women and children.” — Walter B. Hoye II

Below is a YouTube video from the Debbie Aldrich Show where she speaks with Walter Hoye founder and CEO of Issues for Life Foundation about the number of black babies being killed daily in our country through abortion.