TT: Save the Babies, Save the World
Thursday, February 22, 2007
Warning: Thoughtful Thursday is a downer today. Prayer and fasting requested.

If we kill our children, and force our children to kill their children, should we be surprised to be discarded, forgotten, or murdered euthanized in our old age?

Italian Court Forces 13 year old to have an abortion

Can a society that offers cell phone service as a fundraiser to kill our children be an example of morality for the world? Is this why we don't bother with the genocide in the Sudan, or say anything about infanticide in the Ukraine? (Google Ukraine stem cells. You'll get articles from BBC, Europe, and LifeSite... but none from the New York Times or Washington Post)

How much longer can a world when babies can be murdered and dismembered so the rich can look younger last? How long before we begin a long Roman-empire style decline- or worse, a Sodom and Gomorrah style ending?

Remember her from History channel Halloween specials? She bathed in the blood of virgins and shocked the world. Now, we don't care.

I'm sure you've seen pictures of little Amillia on the internet - the amazing miracle baby who was born at 21 weeks 6 days with a zero chance of survival - but is going home from the hospital now.
What you don't know - the mother lied about the baby's age so the doctors would treat her. They would treat a 23 week old baby but not a 21 week old baby (no wonder there's a zero survival rate!) I guess children magically turn into worthwhile people sometime in that 22-23 week mark. Before that, why bother; after that, and we'll bend over backwards to help.

It used to be common to hear a wolf or coyote cry out in the night. Now, we only hear that sound on television, during a Discovery channel special or Hallmark western. How much longer before a baby's cry is just as rare?

A while back, Barbara Curtis of Mommylife asked for input from readers born after the Roe V. Wade decision - it's also worth a read.

Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world, have mercy on us!

**** UPDATED TO ADD ****

I just got an e-mail from Planned Parenthood hawking their cell phone plan, and found out that the plan is managed by a company called Working Assets but uses the Sprint network. If you're a Sprint customer, please call them, even though I KNOW it means voice mail hell, and let them know you don't appreciate their facilitating Planned Parenthood's agenda.

Interestingly, the e-mail touts that 10% of charges will be donated to PP; the Working Assets website claims only 1%. Well, if there's one thing PP is good at, it's inflating numbers!

Other causes Working Assets donates YOUR money to:
Americans United for the Separation of Church and State
People for The American Way
Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network
and many more.

However, they are open for nominations of new causes to support. Causes must be non-profits, proven effective for over a year, and only a customer can nominate them. Please consider nominating such luminary services such as Catholic Charities, BirthRight, or other national Christian based charity.

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