Training for Petition Drive to Prohibit Dismemberment Abortion

Michigan Residents say NO to Dismemberment Abortion

An opportunity is before Michigan citizens. By working together, we can ban the inhumane abortion procedure known as the D&E or dilation and evacuation method. This method of abortion uses surgical instruments to forcibly remove arms and legs from a living human being in the womb.

Michigan’s Constitution allows the people to initiate legislation through a petition. The petition seeks legislation that would amend our partial-birth abortion ban by adding the equally horrific dismemberment abortion procedure to that ban. The advantage of this approach is that the bill’s language cannot be changed by the legislature, but more importantly, it cannot be vetoed by Governor Whitmer! We need to collect 400,000 signatures, and we have 180 days to do it, starting on June 26, 2019.

To learn more, read the Petition, order materials, please go to: michiganvalueslife.org/

Sanctity of Life Sunday – January 20, 2019

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Please join us at one or all of the following events.  We will commemorate the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade that legalized abortion in the entire U.S. for all nine months of pregnancy.  We pray that that decision will be overturned and that life will be respected and protected from conception to natural death.

  • 12 Noon Mass – intention To End Abortion – at Our Lady of the Scapular, Tenth Street and Superior Blvd., Wyandotte
  • 1:15 pm – Rosary Procession from Our Lady of the Scapular to Mt. Carmel Cemetery (Northline and Ninth Street, Wyandotte)
  • 1:45 pm – Prayer Service at indoor chapel, Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Wyandotte
  • 2:30 – 3:30 pm OPEN HOUSE – Right to Life of Michigan Resource Center, 2010 Eureka, Wyandotte; 734-282-6100
  • Light Luminary Candles outdoors on the evening of January 21 to remember the victims of abortion.  Luminary Candles are available at the Right to Life of Michigan Resource Center.

Help Save the Lives of Uncontacted Tribes

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For years I’ve been a member of Survival International.  Please join us in our quest to save the uncontacted tribes around the globe, as governments, logging and mining corporations are burning down their villages, killing the people, and all for money, profit, and control.

These people have endured since the beginning of mankind and they have a right to live on their land.  They are innocent and do not bother or hurt anyone.  If you believe in the sanctity of life, then add them to your group of people to stand up for.

It only takes a few moments to send an e-mail to the various government leaderships.  Your e-mails help put pressure on the people and governments who are more concerned with money than they are human life.

To learn more about Survival Internationals, please click on the link below:

http://www.survivalinternational.org/

URGENT: NIH PROPOSES TAXPAYER-FUNDED RESEARCH ON ANIMAL-HUMAN CHIMERAS

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Your help is needed to defend the dignity of human life and there is a limited time to act. The National Institutes of Health (NIH), a federally-funded medical research agency, is soliciting comments from the public through Tuesday, September 6, 2016 on an important life issue, the creation of human-animal chimeras. Comments must be submitted before midnight (Eastern) on September 6. Please read the directions below carefully to submit comments online or by mail.

On August 4, 2016 the NIH announced that it plans to lift its moratorium on funding research that involves injecting human embryonic stem cells into animal embryos thus creating part-human and part-animal organisms known as chimeras. This means that, for the first time, the Federal government will begin spending taxpayer dollars on the creation and manipulation of new beings whose very existence blurs the line between humans and non-human animals. 

This research is ethically problematic for several reasons: 1) It relies on the killing of humans at the embryonic stage to harvest their stem cells;  2) It involves the production of animals that could have partly or substantially human brains; 3) It involves the production of animals that could have human sperm or eggs (with a stipulation that precautions are taken so such animals are not allowed to breed); 4) It allows the introduction of human embryonic stem cells into animal embryos early in their development such that it may be very difficult to know the extent to which human cells contribute to the final organism.  Consequently, researchers won’t know what their moral obligations may be toward that being.  Tragically, the NIH has apparently given little, if any, consideration to these or any other ethical concerns with regard to this research.

Recommended actions to take immediately:

  • Submit your comments today using the NIH online comment form with the following steps:
    • Copy the suggested message below to your clipboard and paste it into the first large box on the NIH form. To copy, please move your mouse cursor to the first letter of the message; in this case the letter “I”. Once there, click your left mouse button and hold while dragging the mouse down the page until you get to the end of the message then release your left mouse button. Now that the message text has been highlighted, you may hold down your left CTRL Key and press the letter “C” to copy.
    • You may then go to the NIH form (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/rfi/rfi.cfm?ID=57) and click your left mouse button inside the first large blank text box where you will see your cursor blinking. You may then hold your left CTRL button once again then click the letter “V” to paste the message in the box. For those that are on a Apple (Mac) computer, follow the same instructions as above but use the command key instead of the CTRL button for both the copy and paste functions.
    • Once you have pasted the message into the first large text box, please enter your name in the first box and then scroll down the form page, skipping over all other blank boxes, until you get to the bottom of the page and see the red text asking you to insert a code number for security purposes. Please enter the code that is showing next to the box and once done, you can scroll down a little farther and click the SUBMIT button. You do not need to fill in the Name or Type of Organization or Function areas of the form.
  • Comments may also be submitted by mail. Even if you have submitted electronic comments, you can download and print and mail the .pdf of the letter prepared for your use. Click here to print the letter.
Please print the letter, sign and date it, and mail immediately to:
Office of Science Policy
The National Institutes of Health
6705 Rockledge Drive, Suite 750
Bethesda, MD 20892
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  • REMEMBER COMMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MIDNIGHT (EDT) TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. IF SUBMITTING BY MAIL, PLEASE DO SO IMMEDIATELY.

Suggested Message:

I object strongly to the NIH’s proposal to rescind its moratorium on funding of research involving human-animal chimeras.  I do not want my tax dollars being used for grossly unethical research involving the creation and manipulation of part-human, part-animal beings whose very existence blurs the line between humans and non-human animals.  This proposed research raises all the ethical problems of human embryonic stem cell research in general and serious additional problems related to the creation of human-animal beings with partly or substantially human brains and/or human gametes.

I also object strongly to the NIH’s apparent lack of consideration for the ethical issues implicated by this research.  Indeed, the NIH pledged to “undertake a deliberative process to evaluate the state of the science in this area, the ethical issues that should be considered, and the relevant animal welfare concerns associated with these types of studies” when the moratorium was put in place in 2015. Yet, to date there is no evidence of any discussion of the ethical issues involved in creating partly human animals.

I strongly urge you to maintain the current moratorium on funding research involving the creation and manipulation of human-animal chimeras.

 

Jewish Pro-Life Foundation – המוסד למען קדושת חיי אדם

Excerpt from the Jewish Pro-Life Foundation:

“The use of elective abortion violates the most fundamental principle of the sanctity of human life, introduced in the Natural Law set forth in the Noahide scripture, “he who sheds the blood of man, in man ( adam ba’adam ) shall his blood be shed” (Genesis 9:6). Using and condoning elective abortion is demographic and spiritual suicide, and promotes the eugenics movement which historically has targeted Jews for extinction.” http://www.jewishprolifefoundation.org/Jewish_Pro-Life_Foundation/Welcome_1.html

It’s a girl: The three deadliest words in the world

As horrible as these facts are when it comes to gendercide in India and China, it is imperative that we here in America and other places around the world get involved to stop it there, and to stop it here before it becomes a common practice.

Anyone who keeps track of Planned Parenthood has already seen the videos on the subject of gendercide here in America with couples asking about possible abortions if they prefer one gender over the other, and replies by Planned Parenthood on how it can be done.  Is this really what this country has come to – do we really want to continue the Margaret Sanger way of thinking like certain politicians ascribe to?  Click on the link below to see the video and to learn more on man’s inhumanity to man (or in more cases – women).  If there is such a thing as “war on woman”, this certainly proves it but in an entirely different light then what people hear or see on TV.

MercatorNet: It’s a girl: The three deadliest words in the world.