Tuesday, December 29, 2009

"Why I Can't Wait" - Elegant Defense of the black child in the womb

Pastor Walter Hoye writes the most compelling case for ending abortion written in years in
this essay, addressing the naysayers about the rapidly growing Personhood Movement. Launched in Colorado with Kristi Burton's Amendment 48 citizen's initiative to legally protect the baby in the womb, from the beginning of that child's biological development, now over 40 states are pursuing similar efforts to end legalized child killing.

Co-sponsor of the California Personhood initiative along with the indomitable Lila Rose of Live Action, he has also founded the California Civil Rights Foundation.

Expect to see more of this cultural warrior, who recently served some time in prison for witnessing to women about to end the lives of their growing, developing, pre-born babies. His powerful witness for black americans will deservedly rock our nation!

Friday, December 18, 2009

When a new human life begins! An expert speaks.

How quickly does this fusion between sperm and egg take place?

It’s a very rapid event. In less than a second, an entirely new human cell comes into existence. This new human cell (known as a zygote) has a unique molecular composition that’s distinct from either the sperm or the egg. And its behavior also differs radically from that of either sperm or egg.

In what way?

Well, for example, the zygote’s first act is to change its composition so no other sperm can bind to its surface. This happens within the first 30 minutes following sperm-egg fusion.

So you’re saying this little single cell biologically acts as a coordinated whole “in its own interest,” so to speak?

I would say that even at the one-cell stage, the zygote is directing its own development. About five or six days later, at about the time of implantation, the embryo produces a hormone that can be detected in the mother’s blood or urine to tell her she’s pregnant.

More . . .

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New movie recycles old pro-abort lie! Parasite or Posterity?

A new pro abortion movie which purports to explore both sides of the contentious issue of whether babies in-utero are targets for destruction, has disturbing dialog calling a baby in the womb a parasite.

The habit of dehumanization of our tiniest citizens isn't new. "FETUS" has been a word much maligned and which has been
particularly effective in making mommies believe their posterity is nothing more than a nuisance to be eradicated from sight and mind. "Egg as Person" was the most absurd yet effective meme of Colorado's Amendment 48 Personhood 2008 campaign. RH Reality Check had lots of fun pretending they had a clue about embryology and mocking the individuals who truly believe that life is sacred and worthy of legal protection from the beginning of the baby's biological beginning.

Southdakotathemovie.com repeats both lies and the time to rebut them is long overdue.

Far from being a new slogan, as some have feared, the parasitic claim was proclaimed by feminist
icon and family destroyer, Gloria Steinem.


"A woman would have the right to abortion just as she has a right to remove any parasitic growth from her body." (Gloria Steinem, author and feminist leader, on CNN, Sept. 9, 1981.)

Main Entry: pos·ter·i·ty
Pronunciation: \pä-ˈster-ə-tē\

Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English posterite, from Anglo-French pusterité, from Latin posteritat-, posteritas, from posterus coming after

Date: 14th century
1 : the offspring of one progenitor to the furthest generation
2 : all future generations

You decide!

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Roe V Wade was about Personhood: Abolishing abortion is too!

The mystery is why pro-lifers don't believe what Harry Blackmun and other justices raised during the oral arguments for Roe v Wade. This Youtube explains.

Blackmun said if "personhood" could be established for a fetus, then "the fetus' right to life would be guaranteed" by the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

PersonhoodUSA.com explains, Person n. A human being.

"A person, simply put, is a human being. This fact should be enough. The intrinsic humanity of unborn children, by definition, makes them persons and should, therefore, guarantee their protection under the law. For more than thirty years, however, this has not been the case. The situation we are left with is this. In America today, there is a huge and singular group of living human beings who have no protection under the law and are being killed en masse every day. Is that not astounding?! It is astounding, but not wholly unprecedented.

There have been at least two other instances in American history in which specific groups of human beings were stripped of their rights of personhood as a means of justifying their horrible mistreatment. African-Americans and Native-Americans both felt the brunt of a system which denied their humanity, stripped their personhood and subjected them to horrors beyond measure. While the legal framework that made such injustice possible has now been removed, it remains firmly in place for unborn Americans.

There remains one, and only one, group of human beings in the U.S. today for which being human is not enough. The inconvenience of their existence has resulted in a legal loophole of shameful proportions. What is a person? A person is a human being (unless, of course, you haven't been born yet, in which case we'll define personhood in any way possible so as to exclude you, kill you and forget you)."

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

More Lila Rose undercover!

Many of you remember, we had super sleuth, Lila Rose as our banquet speaker this past September.

Lila's latest undercover video - The Rosa Acuna Project has been released!

More medical lies, manipulation and murder.

To view the newest video from Wisconsin, click here!

Congressional hearings on this medical fraud and abuse should be convened! Call your congress person.

(202) 224-3121

Sunday, December 06, 2009

Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Pro-life heroes speak for Personhood CO fundraiser December 6

Rev. Walter Hoye and Personhood USA's Cal Zastrow will speak Sunday, December 6, 09 at Cinzetti's in north Denver.
For reservations, call Colorado RTL.

Pastor jailed for Oakland anti-abortion acts

Henry K. Lee, Chronicle Staff Writer
Saturday, March 21, 2009
(03-20) 17:35 PDT OAKLAND --

A pastor at a Berkeley church was jailed Friday for 30 days after unsuccessfully arguing that an order requiring him to stay 100 yards away from an Oakland abortion clinic violates his right to free speech.

Walter Hoye, 52, of Union City was the first person convicted under an Oakland ordinance barring protesters from coming within 8 feet of anyone entering an abortion clinic.

In February, Judge Stuart Hing of Alameda County Superior Court sentenced Hoye to three years' probation and 30 days in jail, and ordered him to pay $1,000.

Hoye could have disposed of the jail time in a sheriff's work detail or by volunteering. But he balked at the judge's order to stay 100 yards from Family Planning Specialists Medical Group at Second and Webster streets. Hoye argued that the order was more severe than Oakland's ordinance and stifled his First Amendment rights.

Hing refused to budge at a hearing Friday at which Hoye's attorneys tried to stay the sentence pending an appeal. The judge asked Hoye to decide whether he wished to serve a month in jail or in an alternative program, and the pastor chose jail.

Supporters shouted, "We love you, Walter," and clapped as Hoye was led away by sheriff's deputies.

Hoye could have faced up to two years in jail after a jury convicted him in January of two misdemeanor counts of unlawfully approaching patients at the clinic.

The Oakland City Council established "medical safety zones" around abortion clinics in 2007. Abortion protesters must stay at least 8 feet from women, staffers or escorts entering the buildings.

The council passed the law in response to complaints of harassment at three abortion clinics in the city.

Hoye, executive elder of the Progressive Missionary Baptist Church in south Berkeley, hands out anti-abortion literature outside abortion clinics. He was arrested May 13 at the Oakland clinic, carrying a sign that read, "Jesus loves you and your baby. Let us help you!"

As women approached the door, he asked them, "May I talk to you about alternatives to the clinic?"

E-mail Henry K. Lee at hlee@sfchronicle.com.


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