Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Graphic Pictures, Communism, & Medical Studies

    See the testimonials page of the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR)'s website. The testimonials show that the usage of graphic images can help some people. The founder of Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone, said: "America will not reject abortion until America sees abortion." This site has many articles about the usage of graphic images, including one by the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Alveda King.

    Abortion has taken more than 50 million unborn Americans' lives since 1973. To compare this to the Bolshevik Revolution, read: "The Jewish Role in the Bolshevik Revolution and Russia's Early Soviet Regime: Assessing the Grim Legacy of Soviet Communism" by Mark Weber.
    The article quotes Winston Churchill saying "that Bolshevism is a 'worldwide conspiracy for the overthrow of civilization and for the reconstitution of society on the basis of arrested development, of envious malevolence, and impossible equality.'" To accomplish this "overthrow of civilization," Vladimir Lenin thus attacks the dignity of women and motherhood. Because a mother—a child's primary educator—naturally instills values in her child contrary to those of Communism, Lenin advocates everything that alienates a child from his mother:
Our demands are practical conclusions which we have drawn from the burning needs, the shameful humiliation of women [...], defenceless and without rights. We demonstrate thereby that we recognise these needs, and are sensible of the humiliation of the woman, the privileges of the man. That we hate, yes, hate everything, and will abolish everything which tortures and oppresses the woman worker, the housewife, the peasant woman [...].
It wins us the confidence of the masses of women who feel themselves exploited, enslaved, suppressed, by the domination of the man, by the power of the employer, by the whole of [...] society.
Could there be a more damning proof of this than the calm acquiescence of men who see how women grow worn out In petty, monotonous household work, their strength and time dissipated and wasted, their minds growing narrow and stale, their hearts beating slowly, their will weakened!
The home life of the woman is a daily sacrifice to a thousand unimportant trivialities.
In law there is naturally complete equality of rights for men and women. And everywhere there is evidence of a sincere wish to put this equality into practice. We are bringing the women into the social economy, into legislation and government. All educational institutions are open to them, so that they can increase their professional and social capacities.
That will mean freedom for the woman from the old household drudgery and dependence on man. That enables her to exercise to the full her talents and her inclinations. The children are brought up under more favourable conditions than at home.
These prominent parts of Clara Zetkin's "Lenin on the Women’s Question" interview in 1920 sound uncannily like modern radical "feminism". The original, true feminists like Susan B. Anthony were pro-life; thus, they opposed the vision of Lenin et al.
     For more information, read E. Michael Jones's Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control.

    Learn about the medical studies showing a connection between abortion and increased breast cancer risk or the studies of the World Health Organization that led them to classify "The Pill" (estrogen-progestogen oral contraceptive) as a Group 1 Carcinogen along with benzene, asbestos, and nicotine. SFL@UA plans to invite some of the doctors of the Tucson Catholic Physicians Guild to come present again on some of these medical topics.

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