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Gardner, King, Nelson, LeVell, Parker: Leaders Urge President to Proclaim Abortion as National Crisis

Friday, January 25th, 2019

In an open letter to the president, national leaders, joined by other leaders in the Prolife Movement, urge The Commander in Chief to declare that abortion of human babies is a national crisis. They are urging the people of America to join in advancing this message.

Read the text of the letter below.

January 25, 2019

President Donald J. Trump
The White House
Attention: White House Public Liaison Office
Washington, DC

Dear President Trump,

Thank you for your service to the people of America. Mindful of your compassion for the “soul of America,” we are writing with an urgent request.

While we fully understand your concern for the safety and security of the American people, as well as compassionate consideration for innocent immigrants, we are requesting that you also consider addressing another American crisis by declaring that the abortion of a child – notably deemed by science and philosophy as a living human byproduct – in the womb is a crime against humanity.

While considering a barrier or a wall to protect the people of America and to assist the innocent immigrants who desire to come into our country, we pray that you will also remember the babies in the womb, according to God, science and philosophy are human beings waiting to be born.

The scourge of abortion of human beings in the womb is an American crisis. Please declare that abortion of pre-born human beings is a national crisis.

Just this week on January 22, 2019 the Governor of New York signed into law The Reproductive Health Act, an approval to kill even more of our American children, especially African American children. Already in New York more Black babies are being aborted than are being born. Sir, we are asking you to declare that abortion is a crime against humanity.

Again, America is in a state of crisis, at our geographical borders and in the sanctuaries of the wombs of our mothers. America is besieged and beleaguered by serious crimes against humanity with abortion of human beings at the top of the list.

We are very concerned that all of the candidates that announced their bid to run for president in 2020 chose to rise on the anniversary of the celebration of the 90th birthday of the prophet Martin Luther King, Jr.; and did so being fully in league with America’s massive abortion industry while backed by Black faith-based leaders under the auspices of the Negro Project; a genocide project with longstanding and deadly intent.

They all remain in league to commit genocide and eugenics against African American babies. One third of the babies aborted in America are African American babies while we remain the least of these in numbers of population (about 12%).

Mr. President, we salute you for keeping your promises and bringing prison reform, religious freedom, tax breaks, lower unemployment, and many other benefits to America. Thank you also for addressing crimes against humanity, notably demonstrated yet again with your recent signing of the Frederick Douglass Anti-Human Trafficking Law.

Thank you for recognizing the legacy of Frederick Douglass and his incredible efforts against slavery. Thank you for recognizing that human trafficking is today’s modern slavery; all slavery is a crime against humanity. Abortion is another form of slavery; with the human child in the womb held hostage.

As you know, a crime against humanity occurs when the government withdraws legal protection from a class of human beings as they did with African American slaves in our American past. Even though adoption is a viable option to abortion; there is very little if any protection for the unborn human baby.

In addition to seeking solutions to this crisis, we also urge you to declare that abortion occurs in the human sex trafficking cycle; often these occurrences are forced abortions; all indicative of more crimes against humanity.

We have denied legal protection to a class of human beings, children in the womb. As the Supreme Court has said in describing the contents of the woman’s womb, “While we find no reliable data to measure the phenomenon, it seems unexceptionable to conclude some women come to regret their choice to abort the INFANT LIFE they once created and sustained.” “Severe depression and loss of esteem can follow.” (emphasis added) Gonzales v. Carhart, 550 U.S. 124 (2007).

Mr. President, we the undersigned individuals urge you to make a public declaration to this effect; that abortion of a child in the womb is a crime against humanity; and to sanction The Moral Outcry Petition at and other factual statements in support of the sanctity of life.

Again, Mr. President, thank you for your continuing leadership to promote human dignity and the sanctity of human life regardless of condition of servitude, color of skin, or length of days.

We are urging the people of America to pray with us, and to join us in sounding this alarm. God bless you, Mr. President; and God bless America.

Respectfully Submitted,

Evangelist Alveda King
Civil Rights for the Unborn

Dr. Day Gardner
National Black Pro-Life Union

Rev. Dean Nelson
Human Coalition

Bruce LeVell
National Diversity Coalition for Trump

Allan Parker, Esquire
The Justice Foundation


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Open Letter to US SENATE: Stop Trafficking – Save Lives

Thursday, March 26th, 2015

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Dear US Senators, Members of Congress, American and Global Leaders, and anyone who really cares about women…

If you agree with us when we say that the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act has been held hostage too long, please keep reading. We are writing, though, not to urge you to compromise on the bill’s language upholding taxpayer conscience rights through the Hyde amendment – far from it. We respectfully call on you to be more vocal in explaining to the American people that money for abortion should have no place in this legislation.

If you are on the side of the women, men, teens, and children who have been made slaves to ruthless individuals, you are actually on the side of the American public, two-thirds of whom tell pollsters that they oppose public funding for abortion. And you are on the side of the babies who are slaughtered by the greatest civil rights violation of our day, abortion.

The Senators who are blocking the anti-trafficking bill are hearing the voices of the abortion lobby – and women, mothers and their babies are being hurt. Abortion is a bad product.

By refusing to allow a vote on this measure, even a debate, the US Senate is being held hostage (willing or not), slaves to Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and EMILY’s List. They and other pro-abortion politicians have procured for Planned Parenthood alone $1.5 billion in taxpayer funds over a three-year period according to a new GAO report. Their masters are now demanding more money and will sacrifice aid to the oppressed to get it. They should all be ashamed.

We encourage you, therefore, to stay strong in your defense of life, born and unborn. The frightened runaway snared by the web of trafficking; the victim of rape and incest; she deserves protection, not a coupon for the destruction of the one other innocent victim in her nightmare of human atrocities. Her baby, as innocent and fully human as any wanted child conceived in a loving marriage, is equally deserving of protection.

As we approach Passion Week, we are reminded of He who came to set the captives free. As the debate on the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act resumes in April, we ask you to remember that to direct a young woman from one destroyer of life, her sexually abusing trafficker, to another, an abortionist, does not set her free. It does not show her love.

Those who are seeking to overturn decades of Hyde amendment protections – protections not just for taxpayers, but also for babies and their mothers – cannot win. If they do, victims lose, life is devalued, and our society grows that much more hard-hearted.

Please speak on the Senate floor, if possible. Shout from the rooftops, if necessary. Abortion does not solve the problems of trafficking, rape or incest. Abortion hurts the mothers, kills the babies and gives the perpetrators permission to traffic again, to rape again, to commit incest again.

On the other hand, our compassion offers life, not death. Let the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act offer life.

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Another Cry for Gun Control Overlooks the Greater Problem of Our Society’s Culture of Death Attitude

Monday, June 2nd, 2014

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With the news of yet another mass murder, this time from a celebrity shooter, comes more cries from those seeking gun control.

The shooter Elliot Rodgers is yet another example of the symptoms that plague our world. The son of an Assistant Director of the award winning sans gratuitously violent film HUNGER GAMES went on a violent stabbing/shooting spree in what was an apparent cry for help gone wrong.

Once again “The Elephant in the Room” is hiding in plain sight while the obvious is being overlooked. Yes we lament the death of Rodgers’ victims while at the same time we make no accepted outcry over the deaths of the thousands of innocent people being killed right here in America every day. Millions of babies have died by abortion. Hundreds of mothers are subsequently injured by abortion; some die. And a significant amount of lament is sorely lacking.

Yet in the case of Rodgers, a puzzled mainstream media is asking: “Could it be that the media hype is due to the Hollywood link? Rich white men? Mental illness?”

Seriously? Is anyone connecting the dots here? These above are possible symptoms; not causes of outbreaks senseless violence.

People are creating mayhem on victims they do not know. In the streets, in the schools, in the dorm rooms, in the form of human trafficking, in the hospitals and in the wombs of women.

Not just with guns and knives, but with scalpels and forceps and drugs and devices. Added to the growing list of victims of senseless violence are young babies in the womb, their tortured mothers, the sick and the elderly.

Yes, Rodger used guns, but he also stabbed people. So will we again push for gun control? What about knife control? And what if he had choked his victims. Will we advocate for strangulation control?

The problem is not the weapons Rodger used; the problem is the attitude towards the lack of demanding the right to dignity of life in our society.

Instead this seems to be the prevailing mindset of today: Is someone standing in your way? Kill that person. Someone has what you want? Do whatever you have to get it from that human being; even if it means murder. Another person is interfering with your life’s plans? Abort your baby. Someone sick or old? Euthanize.

We see from this mindset that for many, life has become disposable in our society. As Mother Teresa once said, “The greatest destroyer of peace is abortion because if a mother can kill her own child what is left for me to kill you and you to kill me? There is nothing between.”

Peace in America has been destroyed in the name of “choice;” a “choice” that has left millions of children dead and many women, mothers dead or wounded. As a result of the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision which brought legal abortion and the 1963 action removing prayer from our schools, we are reaping a harvest of lawless violence. Yet people are still asking “why?”

Last week, May 28 marked the International Day of Action for Women’s Health. While many pro-aborts planned to take to Twitter to promote abortions as healthcare, pro-life activists hijacked the hashtags #WomensHealth and #May28 to tweet the truth about abortion. As most would agree, abortion is NOT healthcare. Abortion is mind numbing death care. So are the harmful carcinogenic cancer/stroke/heart attack causing carcinogenic so called birth control products; not health care but fertility blocking death care.

Pro-life activists have been accused of raging a war on women. Nothing can be further from the truth. We want to protect them both, the mother and the baby.

Yet our protection is being censored while our children’s lives, minds and souls are under attack.

Before Rodger’s shooting rampage he posted a video on YouTube in which he sat in the driver’s seat of a car and revealed his plans to “slaughter the hottest sorority girls at UCSB.” In a blog post, Rodger wrote: “Being lonely in a beautiful place like Santa Barbara is truly a horrible experience. As I’ve said many times, a beautiful environment can be the darkest hell if you have to experience it all alone, especially while having to watch other men walking around with their girlfriends.”

He hated women. He had been hurt by their refusals and he wanted to pay them back. It was all about him; his feelings; his “horrible experience;” His personal “hell.” He raged a war on women in the Isla Vista community. And his rampage also resulted in other casualties.

Is what Rodgers did really so different from the war on women and their baby boys and girls that is being waged by abortionists and the abortion industry? Although they say they don’t hate women, they too hurt women and children for their own gain. For them it may not a vengeful shooting or stabbing act but the result is the same; a mass war on women and babies that leaves casualties none the less.

2012 was a record year for this type of violence; abortions and mass murders. Blaming guns, white men, white privilege, Hollywood, mental illness, poverty, and only God knows what else.

Yet the mass murders such as Rodgers’ spree, school bombings, etc. have been occurring at an accelerated rate that parallels the removal of prayer from schools and the a scenario of the abortion history.

Mass murders increased when prayer was taken out of school and abortion was legalized. A godless nation is becoming a soulless nation.

When pro-life activists who care about children and their parents are said to be waging a war on women; when dismembering an unborn child while it is still in his/her mother’s womb is called healthcare; when the elderly and sick are being euthanized in growing numbers; then I ask you, “what is left but for you to kill me and me to kill you?”

Let us pray for repentance and revival. All is not lost. May God raise up a fearless “Generation Z,” a new beginning with warriors of old uniting with millennial champions of justice so that the killings will subside and our land can be healed.

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“International Day for the Abolition of Slavery” Should Include the Unborn

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

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December is “Universal Human Rights Month,” and is kicked off on December 2, with the “International Day for the Abolition of Slavery.” Yet the weakest and most vulnerable of human beings, babies in the womb, are not included in the text that promises to protect human beings from the horrific trafficking that still occurs on our planet.

Often when people think of slavery and human trafficking, they think of the plight of African American slaves which ended with the Emancipation Proclamation 150 years ago. Or they think of the “White Slave Trade” that has been publicized so often. However, today in America and around the globe, women, children, men and even babies are all victims of human trafficking which includes harvesting for body parts, sexual exploitation, brutal child labor, forced marriage, forced recruitment of children for use in armed conflict and other heinous acts of human acts of inhumanity towards those who should be our brothers and sisters. We are one human race for God’s sake. How can human beings be so cruel as to commit acts of horror against other human beings?

There is a popular film out today that depicts acts of children being drafted for combat against each other, fighting to the death until the last child is left standing. Other films portraying teenage girls being sold into sex trade and sometimes rescued by their parents attempt to shed some light on the problem, but they don’t scratch the surface. Yes, we should be concerned about children and young adults, and all victims of human trafficking. But what about the unborn babies who are like slaves in the wombs of their mothers, with no say over whether the abortion drugs or knives will snuff out their young lives? Babies are like slaves, trapped inside wombs that all too often become tombs when surgical and chemical warfare snuffs out their lives before they have their day in court.

A post on the UN Website notes that “The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2 December, marks the date of the adoption, by the General Assembly, of the United Nations Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others (resolution 317(IV) of 2 December 1949).

The focus of this day is on eradicating contemporary forms of slavery, such as trafficking in persons, sexual exploitation, the worst forms of child labour, forced marriage, and the forced recruitment of children for use in armed conflict.

Today, 21 million women, men and children are trapped in slavery all over the world. The International Labour Organization (ILO) has teamed up with prominent artists, athletes and advocates in its new campaign to End Slavery Now.

In 2007 the UN marked the 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade on 25 March. In 2008 the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade became an annual observance.”

Friends, we are dealing with a three-headed monster, racism, reproductive genocide and sexual perversion , which includes human trafficking. While I fully agree with the effort to end all forms of human trafficking, I implore the UN and participating forces to include the babies in the womb, who also deserve our prayers and our mercy.

The situation is getting so bad that I’m beginning to have dreams (and nightmares).

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Alveda King speaks on Human Trafficking

Monday, May 13th, 2013

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There is a connection between and among racism, abortion and human trafficking. As we connect the dots, let us pray for enlightenment and God’s mercy. Below is a recent talk. Thanks for your prayers.


It’s an honor to be with you here today.  It’s also a privilege to be in the midst of brothers and sisters who love and care about our fellow brothers and sisters.

That’s what our fight to end human trafficking is about – loving and caring for others.

If we recognize someone’s humanity, we should see him or her as worthy of respect, just as we should see ourselves as worthy of respect.  And because it’s written on our hearts, we know that we should love others as we love ourselves.

“Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind let each of you regard one another as more important than himself; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others.”

This is the heart of the struggle against human trafficking.

It’s the interests of those who are unwanted, unseen, and forgotten that we try to look out for.  It’s the command to love our neighbors as we love ourselves that we seek to obey.

Love will ultimately end human trafficking.  Until that time, however, we battle with man’s deprived nature.  And humankind’s deprived nature is saturated in selfishness.

Selfishness blocks out love.  It causes people to serve their own desires without consideration for others.  It causes people to see others not as equals, but as useful pawns or obstacles to be eliminated.

If a tyrant wants to raise an army and doesn’t have enough willing soldiers, his prideful search for power will lead him to kidnap children, take away their freedom, and use them as cannon fodder.

If a greedy manufacturer can’t find enough people to work for him voluntarily at the wage he wants to pay, he might force foreign-born workers to toil in horrible conditions with no chance of escape, treating them as if they were cogs in a machine.

Or if a depraved man sees girls and boys as a road to riches by forcing them to cater to the lustful and perverse desires of others, he will commit any number of crimes in order to fill his bank accounts with filthy lucre.  To him, those children are not precious souls, but inventory to be used and discarded.

But it doesn’t even take thoughts of political power or money to lead us to dehumanize each other, does it?

A look at last week’s news tells us that mankind is capable of all kinds of rationalizations for treating others as less than human.

Three Cleveland area girls were torn away from their homes, lives, and families and held as prisoners for ten years.  They were allegedly held in chains in subhuman conditions.  Why?  Because their kidnapper dehumanized them to satisfy his selfish desires.

He not only regarded these girls as his slaves, he also dehumanized the children he allegedly fathered.  One child he allowed to grow up bound in a dungeon; the other babies he killed by beating their mother and causing miscarriages.

Ultimately, this alleged monster differed from international human traffickers only in scale.  His crimes involved fewer victims, but his heart was as calloused as any slave runner.

And in this sense, human trafficking does not stand alone as a separate issue.  It’s part of a greater over-arching problem plaguing our world since the beginning of time – our selfish tendency to dehumanize those whose humanity is in the way of what we want.

Then there’s the case of Karnamaya Mongar.  Mrs. Mongar was forced to leave her tiny Himilayan nation of Bhutan because of internal strife.  Discrimination in her country had led to the loss of livelihood, loss of rights, and even loss of life.  Tens of thousands, including Mrs. Mongar and her family, fled Bhutan and lived in refugee camps in nearby Nepal.  Mrs. Mongar had been dehumanized by her government.

After spending 18 years in a hut in a refugee camp with no real home and no real hope, Mrs. Mongar was allowed to come to the United States with her family.   It was here, though, that her lack of hope and trust caused her to seek out an abortionist when she became pregnant.  Mrs. Mongar’s grown daughter had urged her to keep the child, but Mrs. Mongar didn’t share her daughter’s optimism.

Her desperation led her to Kermit Gosnell, a human trafficker if ever there was one.

Kermit Gosnell hired people who were desperate for employment, some of whom he knew were suffering emotionally, and then paid them ten dollars an hour to perform the work of medical professionals.

He exploited women, treating them in what one employee called an assembly line system.  Frankly, though, I have to disagree with that employee.  An assembly line builds things.  Gosnell destroyed.

Gosnell stabbed necks, snipped spines, and cut off babies’ feet.  He used and reused dirty tools and equipment, placing women’s lives at risk.  And lest we forget that Kermit Gosnell viewed human beings as commodities, he stored the bodies of precious little babies in milk cartons and cat food containers.

Gosnell, like every other human trafficker, had no regard for human life.

The Gosnell case has appalled the nation in the same way that most people are horrified when they hear about the reality of human trafficking.  People are shocked that such cruelty exists.

The shocking reality is that human traffickers are enabled in part by the general dehumanization that engulfs our culture.  This dehumanization is pervasive, yet so subtle that we may not even notice it.

In my lifetime, I have seen how our culture embraces dehumanization in various forms.  I see very plainly that there are common threads in these manifestations.

When I was growing up, some of my schoolmates were killed by a bomb blast.  Some white folk thought that people like me and my friends were somehow less than fully human.

My house was firebombed because my daddy worked for the basic human rights that were denied to people because of the color of their skin.  My daddy, the Reverend A.D. King, later died under very suspicious circumstances – and many believe he died because of his civil rights leadership.

My uncle, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated because he refused to accept the dehumanization of African Americans.

Countless others were beaten with pipes and baseball bats, fire hosed, jailed, and lynched just for the color of their skin.

African Americans were regarded as inferior because we had been treated as less than human for hundreds of years.

When you’re treated as less than human, it’s easy to appear that way in people’s eyes.  If people see you being abused for decade after decade, your mistreatment becomes, in a sense, the natural order of things.

All of this makes human mistreatment somehow palatable if not acceptable; and thereby the lives of those who oppress the most vulnerable easier.  If the American public learns to accept everyone from natural conception or fertilization to natural death as brothers and sisters, the exploitation of all human beings would become much more difficult to justify.

Those who exploit and oppress fellow human beings under the cloak of racism, reproductive genocide or human trafficking are motivated by selfishness, greed, hunger for power, and the plain old bigotry that comes from pride and fear.  All too many people take cover in denial that these problems exist, not wanting to look or care.  Out of sight, out of mind is a much too familiar mantra.

While skin color slavery has been abolished in the United states, there are still entire classes of people who are treated as slaves and regarded as less than human.  We find them in the shackles of human trafficking, and we find them in the wombs of women. Those in the womb are viewed as sub-human for any number of reasons –

Some people make money, lots of money, off of their helpless condition

They’re rarely seen.

And all too often, they’re just plain unwanted.

They are unborn human children; yet they are regarded as people only if someone wants them.  The objective reality of their humanity is somehow a reality no longer.

The parallels between the abortion industry and human trafficking are striking.

The 2007 State Department report on human trafficking states,

Human traffickers prey on the vulnerable.  Their targets are often children and young women, and their ploys are creative and ruthless, designed to trick, coerce, and win the confidence of potential victims.  Very often these ruses involve promises of a better life through marriage, employment, or educational opportunities.

You could insert “abortionists” for “human traffickers” in this paragraph and you wouldn’t have to change another word.

Human traffickers and abortionists prey on the vulnerable. They both target women and children. Abortionists’ targets are clearly children and young women.  The children they eliminate for a fee; the women pay them the fee.

Abortionists’ ploys are even the same as human traffickers’ – they promise their victims a better life.  They tell young women that they’ll be able to go to college, find a job, and get married, but only if they have an abortion.  Just as human traffickers don’t tell women what really awaits them, abortionists don’t tell women what happens next.

I know.  I’ve had two abortions.  I was lied to.  I was told my baby was just a clump of cells.  When I told the nurse that I had pain, she told me that I would be all right.

I wasn’t all right.  I had no idea what I was in for.  I had been deceived. Just like vulnerable little children and young adults are being deceived, tricked and trapped into the net of human trafficking.

Our fight against human trafficking involves not just direct action against those who are perpetrating this evil.  It involves raising the consciousness of a public that consciously or unconsciously dehumanizes certain people.

It involves appealing to people to open their hearts, to love their neighbors.

It involves putting aside the selfishness that motivates us to regard others as less than human.

It involves embracing the selflessness that sees others as brothers and sisters; as blessings in our lives.

Today, society tells us that children are not blessings.  Children are expensive; they hurt the environment.  If you want to get dirty looks at the supermarket, show up with more than two kids.

Pharmaceutical companies have grown rich because of the notion that children are a burden, a nuisance, and budget busters.  Children are seen as an obstacle to the “good life.”

For many people today, children have just become unwanted.

This mindset, which tells us that we should take pills or use devices to avoid children, enables us to take the next step, which is that if birth control fails (and it will over the course of time), we can avoid children through abortion.  It’s this mindset that, as we now know, allows abortionists to kill babies even after they’re born alive.

Today, if you’re unwanted, you’re not a person.

And who’s more unwanted than the runaway?  The foreigner who’s completely alone in a land where she can’t even speak the language?  The child who’s literally or figuratively orphaned?

The unwanted girl or boy seeking to escape a life without love, all too often becomes the victim of people who walk in darkness. This isn’t a contest to prove which class of humans is most unwanted. We are not talking about a television entertainment reality show here. We are talking about human lives.

Friends, we are dealing with a three headed monster; one that devours the weakest of our society. The thing about such a beast is that you must sever its source of power by eliminating all three heads; racism, reproductive genocide which breeds abortion and sexual perversion which breeds human trafficking. Cut off the heads and the monster will die.

One of our most important efforts is to show the world that the victims of human trafficking, just like the victims of racial discrimination and abortion, are our brothers and sisters.  We need to remind the world that the victims of human trafficking may be hidden from sight, but they exist, and they are persons worthy of love.

One of the defining moments of the Civil Rights movement came when national newspapers and magazines showed pictures of peaceful demonstrators being clubbed and beaten.  For the first time for many white people, racial discrimination and oppression were not just concepts.  Americans in every part of the country saw segregation as the dehumanizing force that it was.  They saw the faces of its victims.

Those bloodied, battered individuals wanted nothing more than to eat at a restaurant or stay at a hotel.  They became the reality that Americans could see.  The conventional wisdom that segregation was someone else’s problem was blown away by images of people being bludgeoned – because they were unwanted.

I believe the Kermit Gosnell trial, which is a tip of the iceberg situation by the way, will be a defining moment in the civil rights movement to defend the humanity of unborn babies.  Because Gosnell did his killing outside the womb instead of inside it, America, at least that part of America that has seen news reports about the Gosnell case, has now seen some of the victims of abortion.

The rescue of the three girls in Cleveland who just escaped their prison of depravity is another tip of the iceberg situation, reminding America that young and vulnerable women are at risk of being secreted away in broad daylight to become abused and misused in a form of human trafficking in their own communities. This too is a defining moment where we can charge ahead with awareness campaigns to stop this inhumane victimization.

We cannot save the victims of human trafficking or prevent innocents from becoming new victims without public awareness.  Public awareness only happens if the public cares.  And the public will only care when it loves the unwanted.

With love, children are adopted, not aborted. With love, children are cherished, not abused. With love, there is less room for the human trafficker because his hunting grounds are smaller.

There is much to be done to set the captives of human trafficking free. But if we can help create a culture that values others, we will have begun to break the captives’ chains.

We will win this battle with truth and love because love never fails!

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The Secret is Out, Expose the Lies: From Conception Until Natural Death

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Like my friend Dr. Loretta Grier Cudjoe Smith always says, “If they don’t get you in the wash, they’ll get you in the rinse.”

In other words, it’s not enough to abort millions of human babies destroying their human and civil rights; genocide does not stop with abortion and euthanasia, it goes on into the societal destruction of life and family, one of the most destructive forms being sex trafficking.

I applaud the White House’s Tom Perez, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights at the US Department of Justice for posting the document, Protecting the Rights of Women and Girls on the White House’s website. I was encouraged by Perez’s statement that, “The Justice Department is committed to the aggressive prosecution of human trafficking cases. In the last full fiscal year, we prosecuted more human trafficking cases than ever before. Those 52 cases charged 99 defendants with crimes related to labor and sex trafficking. Many of these cases target complex international cartels and involve many victims.”
However, I’m also concerned that an administration that touts their commitment to aggressively prosecute sex trafficking has also completely ignored the documented willingness of Planned Parenthood to aid and abet sex traffickers. Not only are they ignoring Planned Parenthood’s involvement but in a way they are complicit in those actions by their funneling and refusal to stop the flow of our tax dollars to the organization.

Live Action has done several undercover videos where Planned Parenthood is not only helping sex traffickers avoid detections but has also been involved in the cover-up of possible rapists by failing to report suspected abuse as required by law.

Thank God for Lila Rose and all the other organizations that are working to expose and spread the truth about Planned Parenthood and all other entities involved in the sex trafficking trade.

If the Justice Department is really serious about protecting women and girls, how about they start where there is not only smoke but a blazing fire they can put out. All they have to do is stand by the words of Tom Perez, “Protecting women’s rights is a top priority for the Justice Department, and for the entire current administration. The Civil Rights Division will continue its efforts to aggressively enforce civil rights laws to give meaning to the promise of equal opportunity.” The last time I checked, statutory rape was still a crime in America and covering up the crime makes Planned Parenthood an accessory after the fact which is also a crime. Then there’s the fact that the abortion given to the underage girl is destroying evidence which is also a crime.

One has to wonder how many of the 52 cases Perez spoke of would have been ignored had those involved been contributing to the campaigns of the politicians.

And to make things worse, the current administration is not only not protecting women and girls from the predatory practices of Planned Parenthood, but they are actually helping them by actively and aggressively enforcing the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FOCA) Act. This enforcement targets pro-lifers who are peacefully and compassionately talking and informing women getting abortions about the affects of abortion on their physical and mental health, something pro-life advocates have been proclaiming for years and just recently backed by a trvey just published in the British Journal of Psychiatry.

Pro-abortion politicians will do whatever it takes to keep Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry happy and funded, even if it hurts women and girls. See the video.

As I said in an interview yesterday, “The first civil right that anyone can have is life.” And since everyone knows, life begins at conception, the current administration should be protecting all life, including the unborn, not just those that can contribute to their campaigns.

Send this message to your elected officials: it’s time you start protecting ALL women and girls and stop protecting Planned Parenthood. One day the girls and women of America will thank you. Don’t wait until it’s too late and many more have been harmed by the abortion behemoth.

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Planned Parenthood Corruption Exposed – Webcast Tonight At 8PM EST

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Yesterday, people of faith and conscience gathered outside some 200+ Planned Parenthood offices for “Vigils for Victims” of underage human trafficking.

As news stories, pictures, reports, and videos pour in from coast-to-coast, I am in awe of what you have accomplished over these last 24 hours!

Planned Parenthood — the nation’s largest abortion chain — is reeling as its institution-wide scandal continues coming to light, and efforts are ramping up in the U.S. Congress and many state legislatures to strip Planned Parenthood of its $360+ MILLION in annual taxpayer funding.

Our God is an awesome God!

Now, as a next step, I invite you join me on an important LIVE webcast event TONIGHT, Tuesday, February 15, at 9 PM Eastern (8 PM Central, 7 PM Mountain, 6 PM Pacific)

During this one-time-only webcast, you will discover shocking secrets of Planned Parenthood’s pattern of criminal actions … and learn how you can help stop them from destroying the ONE PROSECUTOR who could topple their $1 billion abortion empire!

The prosecutor’s name is PHILL KLINE, former Attorney General of Kansas. Phill is a hero and a friend …and he is Planned Parenthood’s worst nightmare.

Phill is the only prosecutor in United States history to ever get behind the closed doors of Planned Parenthood and gain access to records from inside the abortion chain.

When Phill discovered numerous criminal actions being committed by Planned Parenthood, two District Court Judges reviewed the evidence and “found probable cause” to believe that Planned Parenthood committed 107 crimes, including 23 felonies.

Phill then became the first prosecutor to charge Planned Parenthood with crimes.

If convicted, the abortion giant could lose every penny of its $360+ million in annual taxpayer funding — and its entire business could be jeopardized.

Phill’s case is still on file, but Planned Parenthood — knowing their entire abortion operation was at risk — teamed up with a court appointed by pro-abortion former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius.

Their scheme: defeat the criminal case by personally destroying Phill Kline.

And they are dead set on doing just that.

For too long, prosecutors have ignored clear evidence of criminal wrongdoing by Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers. Now, when a prosecutor finally does his job, a pro-abortion court places Planned Parenthood above the law and tries to destroy the prosecutor.

Don’t be fooled. This is a direct attempt by Planned Parenthood to buy the rule of law and squelch future prosecution of the crimes that run rampant in the abortion industry … and it must be stopped!

I’m asking you, if at all possible, to listen in and learn the shocking story of the widespread corruption inside Planned Parenthood … discover how this crisis could affect YOUR community … and find out what you can do about it!

Join me and other pro-lifers from across America — and around the globe — on this important webcast …

* WHAT: “Planned Parenthood Corruption” webcast

* DATE: TONIGHT! Tuesday, February 15

* TIME: 9 PM Eastern (8 PM Central, 7 PM Mountain, 6 PM Pacific)


On the webcast, in addition to me, you’ll hear from expert presenters, including:

* TIM HUELSKAMP, U.S. Representative from Kansas
* KRIS KOBACH, Kansas Secretary of State and Constitutional Law Professor
* JACK CASHILL, Kansas City journalist and author
* LILA ROSE, president of Live Action (the group that exposed Planned Parenthood aiding and abetting underage trafficking)
* BAY BUCHANAN, president of The American Cause Foundation and author
* JILL STANEK, pro-life blogger and social media expert
* JENN GIROUX, former director of HLI America

It’s absolutely FREE to attend tonight’s “Planned Parenthood Corruption” webcast; however, there are limited spaces available for the live event, so make sure to register NOW at

Thanks for your patience with the flurry of activity over these last few days, and hope you can join me tonight!

For Life,

David Bereit
National Director
40 Days for Life

P.S.- Phill’s revelation of the corruption at Planned Parenthood has more courtroom drama than a John Grisham novel and more political conspiracy than a Vince Flynn thriller … but this story is 100% TRUE. And it’s a matter of life and death for millions of unborn children.

P.P.S.- Even if you can’t attend live, go ahead and register and we’ll send you the audio recording immediately after the webcast. And spread the word, asking others to join the webcast by visiting

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Planned Parenthood Embarrassed Again

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Live Action has released a second video in which Planned Parenthood has once again been caught red-handed aiding and abetting sexual exploitation of minors. Visit both and to watch both of the videos released this week and learn more about what you can do to stop our tax dollars from going to an organization which engages in such appalling behavior.

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Join Me in Exposing Planned Parenthood Tonight at 8:30!

Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

Tonight at 8:30 PM ET, FRC Action will co-host with Live Action a live webcast entitled Planned Parenthood Exposed. The webcast will show shocking undercover video footage exposing Planned Parenthood clinic managers aiding “pimps” in covering up child prostitution.

I’ll be joined by Lila Rose, president of Live Action, Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) and other pro-life leaders to explain how Planned Parenthood has abused innocent young victims while receiving hundreds of millions in federal tax dollars each year. Further, you will learn what you can do to stop this tragedy.

Lila Rose, President, Live Action
Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council Action
U.S. Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.)
David Bereit, Founder, 40 Days for Life
Marjorie Dannenfelser, President, Susan B. Anthony List
Abby Johnson, Former Planned Parenthood clinic director turned pro-life advocate and author
Dr. Alveda King, Priests for Life; Niece of Dr. Martin Luther King
Tom McClusky, Senior Vice President, FRC Action
Taryn Mastrean, Program Associate, Shared Hope International
Steve Wagner, President of the Renewal Forum; former Director, Human Trafficking Program, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Wendy Wright, President, Concerned Women for America
Charmaine Yoest, President, Americans United for Life

Visit to attend this live video streaming event!

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