formerly, Abortion is Murder, and, before that, skyp
(stop killing young people)
April, 2017, Vol. 14 No. 13
PO Box 7424, Reading, PA 19603
Editor, John Dunkle
“Contraception” is Murder, a weak, pathetic response to legal murder, is sent out at least once a month. If the gestapo hasn’t jailed you yet for defending the innocent realistically, you either have to tell me you want it or go to the website. Emails are free but snail-mail is free only for PFCs. Five grand for others.
Because I believe we should examine every legitimate means, including force, in our attempt to protect innocent people from being tortured to death, I want to hear from folks who’ve been forceful and from those who defend them. I’d also like to hear from those who oppose the prolife use of force and call it violence.
Prisoners For Christ:
1. Dear, Robert Lewis, CMHIP, 1600 W. 24th St., Pueblo, CO 81003
2. Evans, Paul Ross 83230-180, FCI, PO Box 1500, El Reno, OK 73036
3. Griffin, Michael 310249, BRCF, 5914 Jeff Atles Rd., Milton, FL 32583-00000
4. Holt, Gregory 129616 Varner Supermax, PO Box 600, Grady, AR 71644-0600
5. Klundt, Zachary Inmate, Flathead County Detention Center, 920 South Main St., Kalispell MT 59901
6 Kopp, James 11761-055, F.C.I. Beckley, PO Box 350, 1600 Industrial Rd., Beaver, WV 25813
7. Lang, Ralph 00605356, Wisconsin Resource Center,
P.O. Box 233, Black River Falls, WI 54615-0233
8. Roeder, Scott 65192, ECF, PO Box 107, Ellsworth, KS 67439 (new)
9. Rogers, Bobby Joe 21292-017, USP Tucson, PO Box 24550, Tucson, AZ 85734
10. Rudolph, Eric 18282-058, US Pen. Max, Box 8500, Florence CO 81226-8500
11. Shannon, Rachelle 59755-065, FCI Waseca, Unit A, P.O. Box 1731, Waseca, MN 56093
12. Stout, Jedidiah 2891752, Greene County Justice Center, 1000 N Boonville, Springfield, MO 65802
13. Waagner, Clayton Lee 17258-039, USP, P.O. Box 1000, Lewisburg PA 17837
I love the way you called me Michael O'Toole. That is my father's name, my grandfather's and great-grandfather's names. Not mine. But I love the name and I'm glad you used it! I hope you're well. God bless you.
and bobby Bible did too:
THANKS JOHN FOR EXPOSING WITH HOLY SPIRIT AND many catholics and me that
family planning.......birthcontrol .......contraceptives ....are worse than MURDER OF LIVING babies but the satanic demonic GENOCIDE ON CONCEPTIONS DESIGNED BY GOD TO
PRODUCE AND MULTIPLY humans in HIS IMAGE LIKENESS ON EARTH SINCE ADAM EVE
all protestant marrieds run other direction on this subject WANTING TO MURDER ME THE PROPHET DELIVERING GOD'S WARNING TO THE WORSE GEN OF MARRIEDS SINCE ADAM AND EVE IN THIS USA SINCE 1960S....... satan deceiving THE CHURCH TO ACT LIKE THE hippies did then and heathen pagan do now ANGERING GOD AGAINST HIS OWN LYING DECEIVING SELFISH INGRATE DEAF DUMB BLIND CHURCH HINDERING ANY HOPE OF A II CHRON. 7:14 REVIVAL....................all they did is cry mercy lord and keep on doing it with no HOPE OF OR INTENTION TO REPENT ..........JUST like worse sinners do to OUR GOSPEL PREACHING ...............NOW GOD'S ELDERS DOING SAME THINGS AND WIVES STUCK ALONG FOR THE RIDE ...................LORD DO NOT FORGIVE THEM FOR THEY SHOULD KNOW AND CONFESS WHAT THEY ARE DOING BY NOW ..............BY ARE SLAVES TO SIN GENOCIDE AGAINST GODLY HOLY CONCEPTIONS ............THANKS FOR the pdf attached b EUNUCH
a forward from Rev. Bray: Professor Hughes sends a note to a colleague regarding the responses from the faithful to the current pope.
Take a look at Chris Manion's report (the last one on the list): Catholic Bishops pivoting to march in lockstep with Pope Francis. Many loyal Catholics no longer fund Catholic Charities, which pounds the "population control" drum. The Pope invites Paul Ehrlich to his "save the planet" powwow at the Vatican. Ehrlich told everyone Earth's sustainable human population is only one billion so six billion must be "eliminated" (Hitler's Jews times 1000). My guess is the next shoe the Pope will drop will be labeled "pro-abortion". Then both shoes will "fit" his New Improved Catholic Church, with a brand new Antipope for the zeitgeist of our times.
I correspond with two NASA colleagues I've known for over forty years (Jay funded my first NSF glaciological proposal; I took Claire to Antarctica as the first woman on a male-female American glaciological expedition). Jay is thrilled to have the Pope, and now the American bishops, on his side. Claire will be less impressed. She's a cool-headed Vermonter, not easily stampeded into joining the lemmings running over the cliff. Why are they all doing this?
Following the money!
PS: I knew God arranged for the election of The Donald, a Presbyterian who may end up draining the swamp in the Catholic Church too by turning off the money spigots the Catholic Church in America (as opposed to the "American Catholic Church" that sold out to the Democrat Party and includes most bishops) depends on now that loyal Catholics are no longer "contributing" and disgusted Catholics have left. My Orange Irish Presbyterian great grandmother will approve. So do I.
As usual Terry’s on the money, and here’s how it will happen. Pope Francis will die before a separation occurs. His successor will be a believing Catholic. Then the majority of Catholics here in the USA will leave with the real estate and form their own religion.
I don’t know what they’ll call it - Kasperism, American Catholicism, Bernardiniism, Modernism - but a fifth separation will occur because it happens about every five hundred years. Since Jesus Judaism was the first, followed by Muhammadism, Orthodoxy, and Protestantism.
Murder goes awry, again:
LGBTQ activists threatened "large-scale violence," rioting and "possible deaths" if they were not allowed to participate in Sunday's St. Patrick’s Day Parade, parade organizers said.
According to parade officials, Boston Police said homosexuals bused in from other states to "disrupt" the festivities were a serious threat unless Catholic organizers permitted a gay veterans group in the parade.
Police not only determined the gay threats were "credible" but warned that they would not guarantee the safety of the public, including children. It was also implied that organizers would be responsible if gay violence erupted.
Faced with the threat of "large-scale" gay violence, Allied War Veterans Council chief parade organizer Tim Duross allowed the homosexual group OutVets to march. The media celebrated the decision as a "victory against bigotry."
The threats of gay violence came after political and financial pressure had failed to coerce parade organizers. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, Mayor Marty Walsh, Senator Edward Markey, and other politicians said they wouldn’t participate if OutVets, which applied late to participate, weren’t allowed to march. Corporate sponsors, including Budweiser, threatened to pull financial backing as well.
Duross told the New Boston Post that he sought support from Cardinal Sean O’Malley, the archbishop of Boston.
“I asked the Catholic Church to help,” Duross said. “No comment. Wouldn’t comment on it. Didn’t want to get involved.”
Two weeks before the parade, the Allied War Veterans Council voted to ask OutVets not to display their gay rainbow flag. And then the threats came.
Council member Philip J. Wuschke Jr. explained that Duross learned of the validity of the threats when the Boston Police Commissioner’s office not only confirmed them as real but warned of "possible deaths" and implied they could not contain such violence.
According to Wuschke, police said that unless Duross allowed the homosexuals to march, they would probably have to cancel the parade.
The pro-family group MassResistance confirmed the following information with other parade officials:
Council commander Bill Desmond admitted to Mass Resistance that gay-planned violence is why the homosexuals won inclusion. He said organizers simply couldn’t risk the violence.
Duross explained that the threats of gay-initiated violence were originally discovered on social media. He confirmed that he met with the Boston police commissioner, who said the threats of busloads of homosexual activists coming to violently disrupt the parade were real and needed to be taken seriously.
According to the Catholic Action League, Boston Police told the council they could not contain rioters or maintain a secure perimeter around the parade route and that the Allied War Veterans Council would be responsible for any violence. Police also threatened to cancel the parade.
"One of the most disturbing aspects of this controversy is that the leadership of the Boston Police now seem invested in implementing the political agenda of the Walsh administration," Catholic Action League executive director C. J. Doyle said. "Does the rule of law still apply?"
There have been other instances of violence carried out against social conservatives without police intervening. In 1990, homosexuals threw condoms on priests and jumped on cars outside Holy Cross Cathedral. In 2005, rioters went unstopped outside Tremont Temple. In 2001, Occupy Boston took over downtown. In 2012, Tea Party members were terrorized at Boston Commons.
"Boston used to be called 'The Cradle of Liberty,'" Doyle noted. "Now, it resembles a banana republic, with a Peronist mayor."
The bottom line is that Duross felt he had no choice but to acquiesce to the gay demands.
“If anybody got hurt because of this, I wouldn’t be able to live with myself,” he said, adding that he had been harassed and threatened personally.
"If groups critical of homosexuality threatened violence toward a gay pride parade, they would be investigated by the FBI for everything from federal hate crimes to domestic terrorism," MassResistance president Brian Camenker pointed out. "The U.S. Attorney's office needs to investigate these reports to determine if the civil and constitutional rights of parade organizers were violated."
Sodomites' fight for an honored place in the Christian parade has been going on for decades. The Allied War Veterans Council took their case to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1995 and unanimously won the right to exclude groups that stand against Catholic morals.
But legally-won and recognized Constitutional rights have not stopped gay activists from pressuring for inclusion.
In 2014, newly-elected Walsh put on a full-court press on behalf of gays, including threatening to rescind the parade permit and threatening any city employee helping or marching in the parade.
"This is sheer thuggery by the Walsh administration," Doyle commented. "A nine to zero U.S. Supreme Court decision has been, effectively, vacated by a city government engaging in unlawful threats, bullying, intimidation, ruthless pressure tactics, and the use of law enforcement to coerce citizens into forfeiting their constitutional rights."
In 2015 and 2016, new Council commander Brian Mahoney betrayed the Catholic group and held an unscheduled vote without all members in order to include homosexual groups. Several Catholic schools and groups refused to participate those years.
Attorney Chester Darling, who won the 1995 Supreme Court case, sued Mayor Walsh for coercion, but a federal judge stopped the case from going forward.
Upon the death of Mahoney late last year, Bill Desmond became Council commander, and the original Christian nature of the parade was secured. That is, until threats of "potential deaths" caused Duross to give in.
"The 'gay rights' movement is further revealing that their agenda has never been about expanding rights but rather demanding special treatment for homosexuals, transgenders, and other paraphilias while diminishing the First Amendment rights of everyone else," California MassResistance's Arthur Schaper told LifeSiteNews.
"This movement is not about civil rights but about perpetrating civil wrongs,” Schaper said. “If individuals refuse to capitulate, accommodate, and embrace the LGBT agenda, they can now expect violent threats from these vicious thugs."
"And now elected officials in major cities refuse to protect their own citizens from the Thuggocracy of the LGBT Left!"
"It's time for Americans to fight back against this movement, which was founded on a lie, and is now persecuting the decent and law-abiding citizens," Schaper said. "I urge every concerned American to contact the Mayor of Boston's office and also send complaints to the Boston Police Department and the federal Department of Justice."
Christianity has always taught that sodomy is not healthy but is a harmful "abomination" against the created order. The Catholic Church specifies that same-sex attraction is an "intrinsic disorder" and acting on it is a serious sin.
"It seems pretty clear to me that St. Patrick needs to come to America and cast out more serpents," Schaper concluded.
Notice this sentence: Several Catholic schools and groups refused to participate those years.
That means most did participate and that means that most Catholic schools and groups are anti-Catholic. Truth is often buried around here but they can’t make it disappear.
Jim Kopp continues “his” autobiography:
When our family moved to Callita Street in San Gabriel and then to South Pasadena, Mom needed to find a good church to attend, an important task for any Christian. At first, in South Pas., it was the congregational church at the corner of Oak and Las Robles, just down the street from 1947 Oak where we lived.
It was a beautiful church. I went to school with the pastor's son. But just about 1959 or 1960, just after we had moved to South Pas., something earth-shattering happened.
Gentle Reader: don't ever believe that the Living God in all His humor, sadness, intelligence, likability and wisdom confines Himself to the inside of church buildings. As early as 1960 my Mom saw Vatican II coming, and everything spawned of it, coming right down the pike at a time 19 when even most Catholics were sleeping, and she blew the whistle, jumped up and screamed and threw the switch.
As we now know. . . no one was listening back then in Ozzie and Harriet dreamland.
Mom, Francis Schaeffer, Mother Teresa, Padre Pio, Jerry Falwell and a handful of others saw it all coming with perfect clarity, but let me tell you Mom's little part in all this.
Trinity Lutheran Church was one of those hidden gems of LA, an oasis from freeways and noise. It had a large internal open piazza surrounded by several Gothic buildings, like an Ivy League or Cambridge plopped right in the middle of a suburb.
I don't recall the controversy that arose at that time, but I'd recognize it now. Since then I've learned the position Vatican II occupied in the infusion of modernist ideas throughout the world, not just with the Catholics. But I do remember the source of it then, in South Pas.: a simple Sunday School handout with pale pastels. Jesus My Pal? Jesus the Smurf? Comrade Jesus? Something like this. Whatever it was it was the subtly liberal teaching that floats round mainstream Protestant denominations and generates the splinter groups.
I think my Mom went to see the pastor about it. The Copenhagen family lived right across the street from us in a huge Georgian pile. Dad went along with Mom even if the church was good enough for that Sunday Marine chapel thing, and Sunday people. My mom didn't want us in that church for the same reason Mom and Dad came to South Pas.: it was all about their kids. Good church, good school. South Pas. was famous for the schools, anyway.
It was all about us kids, also, when Mom did politics, which she did with a passion, back when politics was considered a righteous thing to do. Mom would load Walt and me into a red wagon and pull it around the neighborhood on precinct visits, asking everyone to come out and vote, Republicans and . .. (ugh. . .) Democrats. When the Demo's would ask my Mom why she was doing the precinct work, she would point to the wagon. "I want a better world for them."
Whatever the pastor said, it didn't cut it with Mom, and the search was on for a new church.
There had to be two dozen churches closer to our house than the place we finally wound up in, and Mom had to check them all out. But one day she wound up in Trinity Lutheran Church, on San Gabriel Boulevard south of Huntington Boulevard, maybe five miles from our house. Much closer to where we had lived in San Gabriel, too.
Knowing what i know now, i know what it is my Mom heard in that church that made her stop to say, “our search is over, right now.” It wasn't a Sunday school publication, or a choir, or a doctrine or a denomination. Lutherans? Are you serious? It was a person. My mom is a people person and i come from a family of people people. If You have a flat tire, i don't think about jacks and spares. I think of Zeke at the corner gas station. If you have a tumor in your brain, i don't think about internet or what i forgot about the central nervous system. I think about my pals in the business.
The person she heard that Sunday when we were searching was Pastor Mees, the most beautiful Christian that has ever walked the earth since Jesus. Its' true.
We are such people people that i suppose it’s possible that a pastor with slightly fuzzy doctrine but a warm heart could be forgiven much, and also, that a pastor with more correct doctrine and cold as a fish could put my Mom off.
In the case of Pastor Mees, no one had to pick one or the other. He was a saint and he loved Jesus, just like that. It was obvious the second you met him. It would be obvious to anyone.
I think Darwin and Descartes are two examples of the many modern types who lost their faith while being paid clergy. Instead of just quitting and taking up carpentry, they started preaching antifaith.
I mention it because it surrounds us no matter how well the various fake pastors try to conceal it. Based on actual obedience to the crisis of our times I'd have to guess it’s between fifty and seventy percent, give or take. They believe something. They believe they are believers. They call Jesus "lord.” But in the clinch, it doesn't mean a thing. They are hired hands who couldn't give a damn about the flock.
Pastor Mees was as far away from all that as you can imagine.
At the end of each sermon on Sunday he would lean forward on the pulpit with his hands clasped in prayer. He never said a formal prayer. It was just him talking to Jesus, and you could listen in. No, more than that. Jesus was listening too, and so Jesus was there, and you could hang out with Jesus in that moment. You and Pastor and Jesus, just hanging out.
11 Excuse me, but where is sincerity like that anymore?
When my Mom and Dad died, it grieved me that no one here on earth could meet them anymore. It was like that when Pastor died, not too long ago. When he was alive, as a true people person i would only say, go meet Pastor. Whatever it is that ails you, he will help. God's grace. Now, i must try and grasp at things to say, and it’s impossible because he was just too wonderful and big a person to put in words.
How sad no new people will ever hear him pray. "Jesus, help us to carry out your will as you have made so clear in the scriptures. Help us in the day-to-day struggle against evil and the wicked ways of the devil. Help us to be good, to never bring shame to your name, so that one day we may have the joy of meeting you face-to-face in heaven. In your name we pray, amen."
True belief shot out of Pastor Mees like rays from the sun, from his smile, his face, his words, his voice, his presence, his kindness, his deep deep sympathy, his sustained joy, perhaps even his Asianness itself carried unspoken undertones of generational longsuffering, a framework highlighted all the more by his obvious joy. This was no happy happy joy joy smurf preacher, he spoke from the depth of experience with grief. He is what my Mom saw that day in 1959 when she visited his church. Our search was over. We had found our home.
Jim and I are Catholics. We’ve talked about why some of the holiest people God created live outside the Church. I think Satan attempts to wrap his arms tightly around Catholics and some of these others slip under his clutch. I’ll have to ask Jimbo what he thinks,
Welcome to the incredible and wonderful world of Trinity Lutheran Church, 1958-1968. Our family was there every Sunday those years, minus two boys on the Boy Scouts camping weekends.
I don't think it’s possible to explain how much of my life came from that tiny humble church and its tiny humble pastor. Why is it so many of my peers would have nothing but derision for the church of their youth, and i would have nothing but praise? When i say peers, i mean the kids up north when our family moved there in '68. I never heard a word of criticism against Trinity Lutheran. If i had to guess, i would say it was the personality of Pastor Mees himself, a man who, unlike most pastors now, was infinitely kind and compassionate but did not retreat one millimeter from the highest standards of scripture and the Lord.
I can’t think of anyone else who did this as he did, and it’s surely a pity, wouldn't you agree? Most pastors now are all warm and sensitive but without standards, and a tiny fraction are cold, dispassionate hellfire and brimstone, no love there.
Come to think of it, in the contravening years only Francis Schaeffer and Keith Green would “have it,” this personally warm but still prophetic meme. It was a sad year when both of them died but I'm getting ahead of the story.
The first thing i remember about Trinity was Walt and i being acolytes. As i recall we wore surplices and albs and processed out of the sacristy next to the choir loft with long lighters and lit the candles on two symmetrical menorahs on either side of the altar. We sat up front and snuffed the candles at the end, both acts which constituted the liturgical beginning and end of the service, and we processed back out again. That's all we did, just that, and there was a certain amount of maternal fussing back in the sacristy -- whether it was Mrs. Mees or our own mom -- to make sure two seven year old boys were presentable and that there were wicks on the lighters to get the job done. (tbc)
Quote of the Day: “I'm prepared to die in jail, if necessary. I can no longer cope with the hypocrisy of praying for life ... and paying for death."
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and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent. John 17:3