Saturday, March 27, 2010

Rights: The Fallacy

Abortion is done in the name of women, or more specifically, women’s rights. But here’s a question, just what kind of rights do abortionists want and what is so important about a women receiving them?

Before we begin, let’s define women’s abortion rights. 1. A woman has the right to do with her own body as she pleases (which assumes that the baby is either not alive or part of her body; both of which have been disproved). 2. A woman has the right to not be a mother if she so chooses. 3. Since women should be able to decide whether or not to bear children, abortion ought to be available to every would-be mother.

This may sound a bit confusing, but it ties into the general fallacy American culture is stumbling into.
Statistics: 1.6 percent of Americans claim to be atheistic or agnostic, however based on what they believe, 12 percent are atheistic/agnostic and another 12 percent of Americans believe in an impersonal God. The number of self proclaimed atheists has doubled since 2001 or so. According to ARIS (American Religious Identification Survey) a total of 15 percent say they don’t have any religion and their numbers are growing by hundreds of thousands annually. Meanwhile Christianity as well as other religions in the U.S. shrink annually in total members (save for the Muslims and possibly a few others).

Now you‘re probably already asking, ‘What on earth is the point of these statistics?”

To me, these statistics are extremely depressing (although not unexpected) because America is turning from a God centered mentality into an, ‘everyone’s opinion counts and no one should be prejudiced’ mindset. Those nominal Christians or even nominal pagans are figuring that there’s no point in holding on to religion when all they can see and do is in the here and now. So the number of "believers" falls. They are letting emotion, not truth rule what they stand for (including women abortion rights). As the faithful decrease, the faithless are on the rise. One blessing is that we can see who truly believes in Christ Jesus and who is only fooling himself.

What has all this to do with abortion? It is just this. Those who claim to have any form of religion and still practice or support abortions for women’s rights are frauds. If their religion states that they can determine when a fetus is alive or not and only those who don’t end up in the wrong womb will survive, I certainly don’t want to be a part of it. If a self proclaimed “Christian” believes in the abortion rights of women he is rebelling directly against God’s command to spare and help the weak wherever possible. More importantly he is contradicting Exodus 21: 22-24 (ESV), “When men strive together (fight each other) and hit a pregnant woman, so that her children come out, but there is no harm, the one who hit her shall surely be fined, as the woman’s husband shall impose on him, and he shall pay as the judges determine. But if there is harm, then you shall pay life for life.” How can true Christians defend abortion rights when the UNBORN are clearly considered alive in scripture?

How about those pro-women's abortion rights people who don't "own a religion?"It is these growing number of non-religious, not the nominal religous communities that draw my attention.

What is atheism? No God. Period. Man lives as he pleases because someday that passing coffin will contain his body. He has no one to fear except men more powerful than himself and when he dies he will be nothing. Agnostics also fall into this category claiming that it is not provable that God could exist. Evolution, no matter how much it is twisted with religion can be associated with atheism primarily because humans evolved from a lower being, "a gradual process in which something changes into a different and usually more complex or better form."But it does not claim that human life has meaning.

If one is an atheist or agnostic, how on earth can he fight for women’s rights? First of all, does a woman’s rights or even interests matter if she’s going to die within the next few years? Eventually, all people die, so why fight so strongly over women’s rights if their lives are meaningless?

Who gives people rights; the government? The government in our country only comes from the people serving under them and are appointed to positions. So is it the majority vote of people who give women rights? First of all the majority isn’t always right and second the majority of people will eventually die out to create a new majority. So majorities can change as peoples’ ancestors die out, which means it isn’t constant (or rather True).

Atheists, agnostics, and evolutionists cannot and will not prove that women have any rights because according to their “non-religion” nobody technically has rights. If on the other hand a “religious” person is for women’s abortion rights they are saying that they, not their god or God controls life. I’m not going to go in detail again whether a fetus is alive, but it is (view our previous articles for info.).

So what is the growing fallacy of post modern day America? Many more people are placing feelings above reason, and will only believe what they think should be right and true, not what is right. Basically, women should have abortion rights…but nothing seems to come to mind why except that it feels right. Personal feelings are: a woman should have a right to control her own body. Or put into English: a woman should be able to have intercourse without the responsibility of parenthood. Truth is: there are laws, regulations, and rights laid down by a higher being (God) which protect the life of the unborn as much as those of the born. Those laws are to be kept and protected by man, not replaced by his emotions. -

What a Pain.

Abortion is a medical procedure-- not a walk in the park. This is code for “Even in the hands of a good doctor, there are many risks involved.” For one, there are physical complications that can arise during the procedure and shortly after. In some cases, there are complications that can occur a long time after the procedure and carry the risk of long-term effects. For these reasons, it is important to be well-informed. Let's take a look at some of the common risks associated with aborting a baby.

Pain. In early-term procedures, abortions are performed under a local anesthetic. Despite their use, it's not abnormal to experience sensations ranging from discomfort to pain during the procedure, the level varying from person to person. The procedure performed is also a factor (ex. a higher level of pain is associated with the abortion pill). Additionally, abdominal pain should be expected for a few days following the surgery.

Infection. All abortion procedures carry some risk of infection, however big or small. The most common infection is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID). While this reproductive system infection is fairly common, it can have very serious effects if left untreated. It's common for abscesses to be formed by tissue disintegration and are surrounded by an inflamed area. Ectopic pregnancies, a complication of pregnancy in which the fertilized ovum is developed in tissue other than the uterine wall, are also very likely. Pain and infertility are other complications associated with PID.

Permanent damage. Termination procedures can sometimes result in damage to the reproductive organs, namely cervical laceration and uterine perforation. In rare cases, surgical tools can puncture the uterus and cause damage to nearby organs, such as the bladder. Any damage to the cervix and/or the uterus that is not immediately diagnosed can present future problems. Untreated uterine perforations sometimes require partial or full hysterectomies. A hysterectomy is the surgery excision of the uterus. Meanwhile, the scarring of reproductive organs can increase the risk of infertility or ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.
These are only THREE of the main after-effects of abortion.

Tonya, age 21, said, "I don't remember much of it because they gave me something to relax, through an IV. I do remember telling them that it hurt, even if I can't remember the pain it must have been very painful because if I am saying it hurt when I had something to relax me, it must have been horrible. When the abortion was finished they took me into the recovery room where several girls were. Bob [her boyfriend] was unable to come in with me because it would be uncomfortable for the other girls in there. The nurse asked me if I wanted to see what they took out and I said yes. It didn't look like much, but I felt emptiness. I was in pain for weeks afterwards, bad cramping and spotting. I called to make sure it was normal and they said as long as I don't have a fever it was."

If you're considering having an abortion done, take the time to research the effects it will have on your body.

Psychological Aftermath

Researchers investigating post-abortion reactions have reported women experiencing numerous emotions— relief being the only positive one. This emotion is understandable, especially in light of the fact that the majority of aborting women report feeling under the intense pressure to "get it over with."

Temporary feelings of relief are frequently followed by a period psychiatrists identify as emotional "paralysis," or post-abortion "numbness." Like shell-shocked soldiers, these women are unable to express or even feel their own emotions. Their focus is primarily on having survived the ordeal, and they are at least temporarily out of touch with their feelings.

Now, there have been studies done on this issue that show pregnancy is actually correlated with a dramatic decreased rate of suicide compared to non-pregnant women. This has led some psychiatrists to suggest that pregnancy somehow serves a psychologically protective role. The presence of another person to "live for" appears to reduce the suicidal impulses of a mentally disturbed or deeply depressed woman.

Although pregnancy weakens suicidal impulses, there is strong evidence that abortion dramatically increases the risk of suicide. In 1997, a government funded study of maternal deaths in Finland sent a tremor of worry through family planning agencies when it revealed that in the first year following an abortion, aborting women were 252% more likely to die compared to women who delivered and 76% more likely to die compared to women who had not been pregnant. Many of the extra deaths were due to suicide.

Sometimes a post-abortion suicide attempt is an impulsive act of despair. For example, 18-year-old "Susan" writes: "Two days after the abortion I wrote a suicide note to my parents and boyfriend. I just couldn't fathom how I could possibly live with the knowledge of what I had done. I killed my own baby! I went down to the basement and figured out how to shoot my father's pistol. Hysterical and crying I put the barrel of the gun into my mouth. All of a sudden I heard someone upstairs. For some reason my father had stopped by to pick up something. I stopped what I was doing and went upstairs. He saw that I was upset and asked me if I wanted to have lunch with him at noon. I felt I at least owed him lunch. By the time lunch was over I was too scared to do it."

Other times, the suicidal impulses result from years of repression, depression, and lost self-esteem. Granting the wish for suicide or abortion is not an aid to desperate people. It is abandonment. It is a false compassion that protects us from getting entangled in the "personal problems" of others. It is "cheap love." Reader, the above is only the psychological effect of abortion. Stay tuned for the physical.


How many deaths of Mothers are there in abortions? Here’s a quote I picked up, “In the years when there was an accurate reporting procedure, Oregon reported 14 deaths per 100,000 legal compared with Maryland’s 40 deaths per 100,000 abortions.”

Note: since many statistics range a bit according to actual count,bias, or different years in which procedures and polls were taken, I will stick to deaths caused during and after legal abortions (including suicide and post-abortion health issues), which will be discussed a little later.

Think of it this way: abortion is legal in every state, so take a number say, ten deaths of mothers having abortions in every state for every 100,000 abortions. Now America is obviously not the only country with legal abortions so take a count of countries. Here’s a map of statistics.

From what I counted there are at least thirty countries where abortion is legal for social, economic, or “just because” reasons.

Since 1973 there have been more than 50 million abortions committed by the U.S. alone (legally). Now how many mothers does that make who lost their lives during this legalized procedure? Hmm. Take the fraction ten out of 100,000 and multiply it by 50,000,000 aaannnd… that’s five thousand women. Now since the other twenty nine countries or so don’t have the same population as the U.S., OR our magnificent health care, let’s be generous and multiply 5,000 of U.S. women by…twenty; to make the whole sum of women in the world. That’s one hundred thousand women who have died in the world from abortion related procedures since 1973 (legally).

What is one hundred THOUSAND people to you? I’m thinking that’s about what, one seventh the population of Seattle? How about the entire city of Bend Oregon? Or a third of Tacoma? These are just the women, people! And frankly, I’m sure most abortion clinics aren’t honest about their maternal (legal) fatality rates. And it’s not just “legals,” even more women die from illegal abortions. So the excuse is often, “well women do it anyway so we might as well legalize it and not oppose their choices.” Uh-uh. We’re fighting to end abortion, period. And we’re fighting to save women from drastic life threatening situations, period. So women do it anyway huh? What about rape? Lots of people do that, so should we as the compassionate American people legalize rape? I’m blown off my rocker!

Tens of thousands of women have died during or after an abortion due to depression and horror at what they've done. All for what? Some people blame “pro-lifers” for having no compassion on the women, only the children. Who’s got the blood on their hands?

Note: some may object to this post because health care is claimed to be so much safer nowadays and these are outdated facts. (Some do come from 2004-2005 statistics). Again this includes women who've died after aborted pregnancies from related causes. The details of numbers of suicides and others may be seen in a little while. It is not our intention to depress our readers, but to urge them on to continue this struggle that has been fought for decades.

The Ultrasound

So why focus on Ultrasound? I’m sure there are a lot of other projects Care Net needs done that could be beneficial. The thing is, an ultrasound is as much of a machine as it is an argument being brought to a would-be mother. Is it worth it to have an abortion?

Here are a few tidbits on ultrasound. The machine uses sound waves to bounce off parts off a person’s body (and if she’s pregnant a baby’s body too) and give a 3D or even 4D (3D with movement) image on a screen. What I think is so cool about this is that as far as I’ve read, ultrasound is completely safe and there are no health hazards either to the baby or the mother. The sites below are just a few of the sources I use.

Care Net offers this complex machine FREE. That in and of itself is impressive. Pro-choice activists may splutter all they want about how restrictions should be placed on organizations giving free ultrasounds (and they do)…here’s the deal ‘though. If someone is pro-abortion, but at the same time says women need to make their own choice, and there is an opportunity for someone to get a free, safe ultrasound, for heaven’s sake let them make a choice! Don’t fight against organizations that actually give ultrasounds for women in the attempt to stop convincing them to keep the baby; ‘cuz people, that’s what it does.

Does Care Net have a purpose with the ultrasound? I should say so! And yes, as many PP organizations fear, CN machines have convinced women who originally wanted to have an abortion to keep their babies. Care Net is not just about saving physical lives, but also spiritual lives. It is a ministry, not a full blown medical facility. Does this mean that they are somehow “cheating” by playing with a woman’s emotions with ultrasound pictures? Let me ask this; what does an ultrasound display? The facts. It is a tool to help a woman see what she is about to do. Nothing more, nothing less. Since a woman can’t see a baby inside her, ultrasound merely gives her a glimpse into what her decisions will lead to.

Here‘s the difference between Planned Parenthood‘s ultrasound uses and CN‘s. PP’s ultrasounds are meant for the doctor. Because abortion clinics are businesses, they want to see how old the baby is, what kind of procedure is needed, and ultimately how much money should they get for it all. The longer the pregnancy, the more costly abortions get. CN doesn’t do that. Ultrasound images are given to the mother; one of the more obvious reasons being that it’s her baby being dealt with! Note: that does not mean by any standards that the baby is somehow part of the mother. It has a life of its own.

Let me emphasize this: Care Net is a non-profit organization. If they give someone a free ultrasound, by all means support it. If anyone have doubts about the counseling Care Net gives about life and abortions, I won’t shoot him. But at least admit that if it is necessary for a woman to see what life is inside her in order to make a true, now-educated choice, let her see.

Life 2

Okay, I really feel like picking on somebody right now. Two people come to mind, Ayn Rand and Dr. Peikoff and this website “Abortion is Pro life;” weird, huh? Somebody get a bucket of ice cuz I’m mad as an inferno! Here we go.

“A fetus is human,” so far so good, “in the sense that it contains human DNA;” okay a little touchy, “however, a fetus, like an embryo, is not a human being, as it has no means of independent physiological existence (as does a baby, child, or adult).” Ouch. “As such, it is a potential human being, just like an acorn is a potential oak tree. It contains all of the DNA of an oak tree, but it is not an oak tree.” Barf.

I don’t know, but two and two aren’t making four. Let’s get a few major points out of this.

Okay, the opening line is about the fetus being human in the sense of having the same DNA as anybody else. That phrase “in the sense” bugs me. Of course fetuses have the same DNA! What does that prove; that babies have the same cellular structure as any other adult they grow up to be? I thought so.

Second argument: a fetus is not a human being, as it has no means of independent physiological existence… So what about those people in the world deformed, mentally retarded, etc. who can’t survive on their own physiologically? They aren’t fetuses anymore, but have they somehow become dehumanized? And another thing, I have absolutely no clue as to the difference between human and human being. A farmer doesn’t say to a visitor, “That there is my box of chicken like filled eggs, and over there is the chicken!”

Third argument: fetuses are “potential” human beings, just like an acorn is a potential oak tree. For once draw a line. The example these people put forth is irrelevant: besides being made of cells and growth that is about all the similarities between man and plants ( i.e. trees do not have brains like the ones Peikoff and Rand trashed).

These two have made a very common error by interpreting the fetus as a bunch of live mindless tissue composed of DNA. People, let’s get one thing straight, we’re all made of DNA and tissue and just because something is smaller and less developed doesn’t make it less human. (I’m still developing and am human at the same time; imagine that!).

I’ll give one more quote from Peikoff and then shut-up on this subject. "All these forms of life have no rights. The characteristic of life is necessary to possess rights, but it alone is insufficient." And who are YOU, Peikoff, to tell Anyone what his or her rights are? If a fetus is human, as you have still not disproved, you sound like someone from the eighteenth century, except they applied your rule to other races! I mentioned the Negro Project in The History Lesson…see if you can connect the dots, people. These writers don’t argue that the fetus isn’t alive, unlike some. They take their arguments even further by defining life as meaningful only in certain stages, which makes absolutely no sense.


One of the primary excuses Planned Parenthood uses in justifying abortion is, "Don't worry kid, it's not a baby." Or in essence, "It isn't ALIVE."
(Anonymous)"It is NOT a little baby. Babies are born outside the womb."

The answers below are usually favored by pro abortionists.
Answer: Actually, it is only classed as alive once it is independent of its mother. However, it is considered 'viable' (can live if born after this time) after 24 weeks gestation (six months).
Answer: The fetal period begins at the end of the 10th week of gestation (8th week of development) so clearly a fetus can not be alive prior to that. Apart from that, medically the first answer is correct.

The point is that these people have defined life in the way they think the most favorable to them. The woman up top claims that life of a baby is outside the womb. Others think that life is not prior to a 24 week gestation period, or perhaps after that.

I’m reading a book by Randy Alcorn entitled, “Why Pro-Life?” and how he described an ethics professor by the name of Peter Singer. Singer wrote, “The life of a fetus is of no greater value than the life of a nonhuman animal at a similar level of rationality, self-consciousness, awareness, capacity to feel, etc.”

Isn’t it obvious? The reason that a lot of people put numbers and dates on WHEN and HOW ALIVE a fetus is, is because that’s when they believe the baby is intelligent enough to be human. Rationality, self-consciousness, etc. are all signs of intelligence, nothing more. That video I have posted on the PP section is a perfect example. “It’s not a baby,” is repeated several times so the listener gets the full impact of what is being suggested.

So when is something alive? Does it have to grow, develop, and mature in intelligence? A fetus does that. What is intelligence? From what I understand it’s mainly the DNA structures inside a cell nucleus that define who that fetus (or rather baby) is going to grow up as. A fetus has that information stored immediately after fertilization of the egg. So is something alive based on how much it uses that information (intelligence)? Most would consider that a faulty argument because adults are smarter than children. Does that make them more human? Children are smarter than fetuses, does that make them more human?

What does Peter Singer's work actually do? Make up when things are alive so that patients aren’t ashamed of what they’ve done. Here’s a tip. The reason that people have different opinions on when a fetus is alive is because THEY DON’T KNOW! Here’s another tip. Planned Parenthood is a business, not a charity club. If they don’t know the definition of life other than what they want it to be, they will certainly not admit the truth. Like I’ve said earlier, this is a huge money making machine.


I do have this on the Planned Parenthood Summary post, but someone brought to attention that it's a bit obscured.

Investigation of medical lies and manipulation at Planned Parenthood

These kids told fake stories to the PP faculty with hidden cameras and recorders to give you a glimpse of the facilities and their members. This investigation has not remained in one area, but throughout multiple states.

History Lesson 2

We have discussed briefly the origination of systems like Planned Parenthood and how Margaret Sanger's work played a key role in legalizing abortion in 1973. If your motto is, “The ends justify the means,” you may not want to read this article. Sanger’s original work is one of the main causes of more than forty million murders up to this day. If her “means” were bad enough (not just murder, but as I described earlier; murder of particular races) how much worse were the “ends” (a society which operates abortions almost anywhere in the country)? Care Net’s founders fortunately do not have that history on their shoulders. Let’s see how their history differs from those of the “pro-choice” movement.

In 1975, just two years after the Roe vs. Wade debate, evangelicals Dr. Harold O.J. Brown, his wife, Dr. C. Everett Koop, and theologian Francis Schaeffer put together an organization called the Christian Action Council (CAC). This system was bent solely on battling abortion and its advocates, but only through education. It was in 1980 that CAC was ready to open its first pregnancy center in Baltimore Maryland in active defiance of the abortion clinics which were spreading rapidly across the United States. They did not act alone, but supported crisis pregnancy centers in later years and were joined by the emerging Focus on the Family, among others. By about 1993-1994ish CAC had renamed itself Care Net and spread to multiple states incorporating more and more volunteers. To the present day Care Net supports over 1,000 centers in the U.S. What is more amazing is that it was and is a non-profit organization.

What has Care Net done? Care Net has saved thousands of lives, including a few mothers. It has been the means by which some women have professed faith in Christ, and displayed the love of Christ to others in their ministry. What has abortion done? Murdered babies and mothers (whether legal or illegal), become a consumer of citizen income, degraded the treatment of fetuses to that of an animal or even mindless tissue, and perverted unwanted pregnancies to that of a mere inconvenience or embarrassment. That's history for you!

History Lesson

Planned Parenthood first found its beginnings in 1916 by a woman named Margaret Sanger. She was a eugenicist (one who wanted the perfect race of people by weeding out the weak; just like Hitler) and proudly advertised her work as, "nothing more or less than the facilitation of the process of weeding out the unfit, of preventing the birth of defectives or those who will become defectives." Woman and the New Race

During the 1920’s it is hard to imagine that this woman could ever have been so popular, but her business and name with it grew. Just fifty years later abortion was legalized in the U.S., much of which from the mindset she had created. She did not suggest that having children was “bad,” however, “Possibly drastic and Spartan methods may be forced upon society if it continues complacently to encourage the chance and chaotic breeding that has resulted from our stupidly cruel sentimentalism."

Now eugenics often meant that according to the person who believed in it, certain races would need to be exterminated. Was Margaret Sanger a racist? Ever hear of the Negro Project? Quote-"We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out the idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members."

A Health and Human Services Administration report claimed that at least forty-three percent of all abortions are performed on Blacks and another ten percent on Hispanics. This, even though in America blacks make up only about eleven percent of the total population and Hispanics at just eight percent. Another survey by National Academy of Sciences investigation claimed: thirty-two percent of the entire abortion rate are enacted on minority groups.

The modern day PP would obviously not claim to be racist. They do not have quite the same values as Sanger did, especially involving relationships. PP now says, if it feels right, go for it, and posts tantalizing pictures on blogs and web pages that I would consider just above pornographic! I feel no need to show such sites of this kind even if to verify the material.

All of this, and yet Planned Parenthood is the leading organization for abortions, performs more than one million abortions annually, and gains an estimate of three to four hundred million dollars a year for its services! Hey America, this is where your millions went! -these pictures below I do not recommend for people with weak stomachs. To view, scroll down. Kids twelve and under who might be participating on this blog I sincerely pray you do NOT view these photos. It is something else to be prepared to look at death.

God spare this country. -

Care Net

“Care Net and our network of more than 1,100 pregnancy centers offer hope to women facing unplanned pregnancies by providing practical help and emotional support.”
Okay, so you’re thinking, “Alright Jonathan you are sounding like AT&T mobile by first dissing Verizon and then planting your own screwy ad in. I would have to say, Not At All. In fact there is something similar between these two organizations. Not that they’re the same, but they start with the same principle. There are women out there who have not anticipated being pregnant and they need practical help and an education of sorts. The difference is WHICH practical help do you give them and WHAT KIND of education?

Planned Parenthood calls itself a pro-choice, (or as I like to call it) “pro-death” movement. It sounds radical, but sometimes bluntness is necessary. Care Net is pro-life. They do not force women to have babies they can’t take care of. Instead they refer them to doctors and adoption centers where the children can be taken care of. “Free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, abortion information, parenting classes, and material assistance are just some of the many services offered that empower women to choose life.”

This is an organization that encourages Christ’s calling to populate and subdue the earth. Babies aren’t considered dispensable or unwanted property that end up being a burden to care for. It explains why an abortion can cause so much pain in a would be parent’s life for killing all the joy and life that comes from having a child. Care Net also gives an education. Not Real Sex Ed like PP, but an education on how to be a parent to a child. People can’t imagine what it is like to have their own child in their arms without it actually happening to them. Do not be mistaken, parenting IS a very hard job, but killing an innocent child by no means is a solution to the problem.

Ultimately, Care Net means to share the love and truth of Jesus Christ to the nations. He doesn’t want His creation to rid itself of its own existence, He wants the returned love, praise and faith for the sacrifice He made to rid the earth of sin and death. Is this so hard to choose over having an abortion?

Here are some videos of Care Net and their ministry.

Planned Parenthood

Most if not all teenagers recognize the words Planned Parenthood, an organization used in many parts to give “freedom” to women by aborting unwanted babies or “fetuses.” As Christians, we are naturally appalled by this legal form of killing, but to others the significance is not felt so strongly. Obviously to an unbeliever it is natural to want a woman to do what she wants and not be prevented to get rid of a burden by those “extremists.” Planned Parenthood seems at first to be a just cause, however let’s look a little deeper into the organizations purposes.

“Our goal is to ensure every individual has access to preventive reproductive healthcare and education in order to make thoughtful and responsible decisions regarding sexuality and parenthood”-
First of all, there is the obvious question about parenthood that is “planned” or “decided.” What is the definition of a parent? If they just wanted to get to the point, why not say, “responsible decisions regarding sexuality and not dealing with being a parent.”
Secondly, let’s give the Christian prospective. “Our goal is to ensure every individual has access to preventive reproductive…STOP! -excuse me? Here is the direct statement from Genesis 1:28 as God is talking to Adam and Eve, “And God blessed them. And God said to them, ‘Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth…”-ESV Maybe there’s a slight contradiction to say the least.
Okay, but that was only one quote off some random Internet site. You can’t tell me that All Planned Parenthood is as you describe it. Well read this off of another website:
“Women must be able to access health care without fear of violence, harassment, or intimidation.”
From all reports it seems that the women who become pregnant are more afraid of that fact than anything else. Intimidation? The only intimidation is the fact that they will be sorely humiliated if “found out” by parents and the like. And we can sympathize with them. Obviously it is a heavy burden that no one wants to carry, but is killing a baby the answer?
Here are some “Key Issues” discussed on a Planned Parenthood blog:

Affordable Birth Control and Other Preventive Care
Protecting Abortion Access
Ensuring Health Care Access
Expanding Global Reproductive Rights
Fighting for Real Sex Ed
Opposing Attacks on Women’s Health

Affordable Birth Control? Let me just say that there is no price on a human life except that which Christ paid on a horrific cross. Apparentally killing somebody is getting too expensive nowadays. (Maybe it's the inflation problem going around).
The whole twist on Global Reproductive Rights is that nothing is being “reproduced.” It is a nice way of saying, “if you have an unborn kid you don’t want, we’ll...take care of him for a price.”
Fighting for Real Sex Education makes no sense if you want to abort a baby. If intercourse is something that happens BEFORE the baby is to be born, why educate people about it, unless you want people to pay you for their having intercourse?
What looks like true freedom of making decisions ends up being a money grabbing organization that makes outrageous claims of Women’s Rights to murder their own children. Furthermore, anyone who doesn’t agree with them is an “extremist.”
“Anti-choice extremists do everything they can to prevent women and men from taking charge of their lives. If these radicals truly were concerned about women and families, they would work with Planned Parenthood to reduce unintended pregnancy in the first place by doing the only thing that works — increasing access to affordable birth control and comprehensive sex education.”
Sad isn’t it. The point is we truly are concerned for those “women and families” because you can’t have “women and families” if they’re being aborted!!!
Now Planned Parenthood isn’t the only organization out there “planning” whether women give birth or not. The other one, which we are currently supporting is called Care Net, and it is now time to delve into this group a little bit.

Here's one of many inside videos into what PP is like. If you haven't figured already, these kids told a fake stories to the faculty with hidden cameras and recorders to give you a glimpse of the facilities and their members. This investigation has not remained in one area, but throughout multiple states. Investigation of medical lies and manipulation at Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood of Indiana, Planned Parenthood, Planned Parenthood -Health Systems of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia


So you may be wondering, “Who are these kids and why on earth should I spend my time reading their blog?” The fact is we’re teenagers (just like many of you) who have written a blog (just like many of you), BUT have a special purpose in mind. Our ideas about Care Net and other causes originate from two Christian twins, Alex and Brett Harris, who challenge teenagers all over the world to free themselves from their chains.

“Come to the point, I don’t have chains!”

The chains we’re talking about are those of comfort, inactivity, the same ol’ same ol’. Alex and Brett encourage teens to “Do Hard Things,” which is their book published recently. Although doing hard things may at first sound coarse, irritating, boring, or just downright intolerable, there are immense benefits that are produced from it. The fact is there is a mindset among post modern people that teenagers are no good for anything, eat like pigs, and watch T.V. all day. We challenge you for one to prove these people wrong, but ultimately to work to God’s glory as His creation. To learn more about the Harris brothers and their Rebelution, here is a website you can go to.