Paul Hill is an unwanted pro-lifer
by Dan Holman
Paul Hill is an unwanted pro-lifer. His execution is an ex post facto abortion. His body is injected with poison similar to a saline abortion. Paul Hill identified himself with the unwanted babies.
The world identifies with the abortionist. Our laws have eroded to accept abortion, fetal tissue research, and Frankensteinian experimentation. Human cloning, designer babies, hybrid human animals, the cannibalization of aborted children, the profitable trafficking of their pillaged bodies, is a growing industry.
The “pro-life” Republican Party has a 30 year history of betrayal to the unborn. The Republicans are touted by National Right to Life News.
In the July, 2003, Carol Tobias, NRL Political Director, has a front page picture of George and Jeb Bush with the caption: RE-ELECT PRESIDENT BUSH. Jeb Bush signed Paul Hill’s Death Warrant just prior to this article!
All of the prominent pro-life organizations distanced themselves from Paul Hill after the shooting of John Britton.
Even Flip Benham of Operation Rescue National stated: That had he been at that clinic that morning, he would have taken the bullet for the abortionist!
With leadership like this, pro-lifers are walking in a fog. “A mist in the pulpit makes a fog in the pew.” Whoever condemns Paul Hill’s defense of the babies, agrees with the world that the babies are not worth defending.
They admit that the life of the abortionist is worth more than the lives of the babies he kills.Joe Schiedler recently stated: ''The movement has changed an awful lot, we see the babies as martyrs, but not Paul Hill.
''The word martyr means a witness; Paul Hill is certainly a witness against the child-killing industry. Before and after he shot John Britton he preached on the right of the use of force to protect babies from abortionists.
By definition, a martyr is “One who accepts death to renunciation of a faith, cause, or principle.” Here is where Paul Hill differs from Michael Griffin. Michael Griffin renounced his actions. Paul Hill has not.
Michael Griffin recanted of shooting Peter Gunn after spending months of suffering the privations of prison, and the rejection of the world, including his family, church and the pro-life community. He received a 25 year sentence as a reward.
Like William Wallace, Paul was tortured so he might recant. For the past nine years he was kept in a windowless 5’ x 9’ cell lit only by a neon bulb. The only way he could tell weather it was day or night is by the brightening or dimming of that bulb. He was allowed outside his cell once a month for one hour of lone exercise in a Gym. The gray walls of his cell, and his orange jail clothes were the only colors he saw. After a week in his cell, he could not dream outside of it.The separation of family and friends is the hardest trial that a prisoner endures.
Paul’s wife and children had to bear his infamy without him. He could not console them during their time of need. He could not materially support them.
This was Paul Hill’s greatest sacrifice. It was also a demonstration of his faith. He trusted their care to the Providence of God. Many ancient warriors before him went to war leaving families behind in similar manner of sacrifice.
Paul put his family on the altar along with his own life.There are worse things in life than death. With the loss of family, friends, and freedom, there is nothing left for Paul Hill in this world. He has run the race, he has endured the course.
He awaits his turn before the Great White Throne of God. He remained faithful to the end; he will not need to blush. “Well done thou good and faithful servant: …enter into the joy of the Lord.”
Matthew 25: 21 Master, which is the great commandment in the law? Jesus said unto him, ‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.
On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” Matthew 22: 36-40
DISCLAIMER: Missionaries to the Pre-born, Iowa, and its associates does not advocate killing abortion doctors, nor do we condemn those who do it.