Category Archives: Children

Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

In the 60’s and 70’s, we had several well-received realistic horror movies: The Exorcist, Rosemary’s Baby, etc. Made by veteran craftsman, these movies were not the make-believe fables that many thought them to be, but rather honest portrayals of very real demonic possession.

The 80’s and 90’s followed with a slew of low-budget, over-the-top slasher movies: Halloween (and its sequels), Friday the 13th (and its sequels), etc. Made independently by young casts and crews looking to break into the business, these movies were taken for what they were, mindless driven aimed at the pot-smoking high school and college crowds.

Today, we have an onslaught of slickly made, big-budget horror spectacles made by autonomous corporations, as seen on the posters below. The casts and crews of these “new” horror movies all appear to be either members of, or at least highly influenced by, the satan-worshipping illuminati. These movies are not intended as entertainment. They are meant to indoctrinate a new generation into the satanically possessed new world order. The same new world order being promoted by the United Nations and the Democratic Party.

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“Who wants their son to live the life of a handicapped person? Maybe some families want this, but we don’t.”

AFP Photo

AFP Photo

France24: Parents of an extremely premature baby, currently in hospital in the city of Poitiers, have asked doctors to take their child off life support, or “passive euthanasia”. The doctors, however, say they need more time to evaluate the baby’s condition.

“We made this decision over a week ago,” said the baby’s mother, Mélanie, who was interviewed by France Info. “Who wants their son to live the life of a handicapped person? Maybe some families want this, but we don’t.”

The baby boy, named Titouan, was born on 31 August, four months before his due date. He weighed just under 2lb at birth and suffered from an intracerebral haemorrhage. For now, the doctors at the University Hospital Center of Poitiers (CHU) are unable to judge the extent of the damage to his brain.

“If we want to be able to fully understand the consequences [of the haemorrhage], we can’t rush this. We need a few weeks to evaluate his condition,” said Professor Fabrice Pierre, of the department of gynecology and obstetrics at Poitiers CHU, on French TV channel France Bleu. “Currently, we are not giving him intensive treatment; we are simply giving him life support to give us the time to do a proper evaluation.”

The baby’s parents, Mélanie and Aurélien, who are both in their 30s, say that doctors have already told them that their son will be paralysed on one side and that it is very likely he will be “severely disabled.”

They accuse the “inhumane” doctors of prolonging their son’s suffering.

Currently, euthanasia is illegal in France, though the 2005 law says that doctors are allowed to end or refrain from using treatments or care that result in the artificial prolongation of life, as long as the family agrees with the doctor’s decision. This is often referred to as “passive euthanasia,” or withholding treatments necessary to the continuation of life.

Importantly, the 2005 law also puts the decision in the hands of the doctors.
Faced with the repeated demands of Titouan’s parents, CHU’s neonatal unit sought out the advice of an ethics panel. They have yet to make a decision.

Earlier in the year, French President François Hollande announced that the government planned to enact a tightly-framed law allowing “medical assistance to end one’s life in dignity”.

Close to nine out of ten French people (89%) interviewed said they would be in favour of a law authorising euthanasia, according to a survey published in French daily Le Parisien at the end of June.

In situations when a person is too sick to make the decision themselves, 53% said the family should make the decision, 41% said a doctor should only 6% said a judge should make the decision.

In June, The Council of State, France’s top administrative court ruled in favour of so-called passive euthanasia in the high-profile case of Vincent Lambert, a tetraplegic patient who has been in a state of minimal consciousness for the past six years.

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This should be the easiest Caption Contest, ever!

This is the 82nd world-famous FOTM Caption Contest!

Here’s the pic:

Next generation of Democrats

You know the drill:

  • Enter the contest by submitting your caption as a comment on FOTM (scroll down), not via email or on Facebook.
  • The winner of the Caption Contest will get a gorgeous Award Certificate of Excellence and a year’s free subscription to FOTM! :D
  • FOTM writers will vote for the winner.
  • Any captions proffered by FOTM writers, no matter how brilliant (ha ha), will not be considered. :(

To get the contest going, here’s my caption:

The next generation of Democrats!

This contest will be closed in a week, at the end of next Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014.

For the winner of our last Caption Contest, click here.

Seen any good pics that you think would be great for our Caption Contest? Email them to us! :D

fellowshipminds@gmail.com

~Eowyn

Ebola Coming to a Town Near You? Our Illustrious Comrade Dear Ruler Sending 3000 Troops to the Center of Ebola Hell

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No, the little spineless Kenyan coward refuses to put boots on the ground to eradicate the ISIS cancer that is currently devouring large swaths of the Middle East, but he seems to have no problem exposing 3000 of our bravest to the most deadly disease in recent history.

Via  dailymail.co.uk:

By David Martosko, Us Political Editor for MailOnline

Published: 23:01 EST, 15 September 2014 | Updated: 23:07 EST, 15 September 2014

The United States government is sending thousands of military troops to the west African nation of Liberia as part of the Obama administration’s Ebola virus-response strategy, the White House said late Monday night.

‘U.S. Africa Command will set up a Joint Force Command headquartered in Monrovia, Liberia, to provide regional command and control support to U.S. military activities and facilitate coordination with U.S. government and international relief efforts,’ a statement from the White House press office said.

‘A general from U.S. Army Africa, the Army component of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM), will lead this effort, which will involve an estimated 3,000 U.S. forces.’

Liberia is the hardest-hit of the four west African nations that have confirmed Ebola cases, accounting for more than one-half of the fatalities. The others are Sierra Leone, Guinea and, to a lesser extent, Nigeria.

You will find the rest at this link.

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I wonder how many of these soldiers are going to return home and ultimately infect their family members and friends?

Somehow I don’t much think the POtuS gives a damn.

-Dave

(h/t: Drudge)

Gaystapo Calif high school principal bans Chick-fil-A from campus

Ventura High School

CBS Los Angeles reports, Sept. 11, 2014, that a high school principal in Ventura County in southern California, has barred a booster club from selling a popular Chick-fil-A sandwich on campus because of the chain’s position on gay marriage.

Val Wyatt, the principal of Ventura High School, told the Ventura County Star that the football booster club could not sell Chick-fil-A sandwiches at Wednesday’s back-to-school night because the restaurant’s beliefs could offend some students and their parents: “With their political stance on gay rights and because the students of Ventura High School and their parents would be at the event, I didn’t want them on campus.”

The club helps pay for everything from food to uniforms for the players and does not charge students to play football.

Ventura High School’s football booster club expected to raise about $1,600 for the school’s football team as the Ventura Chick-fil-A restaurant had volunteered to donate the 200 meals, after having already donated $21,000 to Ventura schools.

Every principal has the discretion to invite community groups or businesses onto their campuses.

Ventura Unified School District Superintendent Trudy Tuttle Arriaga defended Wyatt’s action, saying: “We value inclusivity and diversity on our campus and all of our events and activities are going to adhere to our mission.”

Chick-fil-A’s owner S. Truett Cathy, who recently passed away, was known for his conservative Christian beliefs. His son and now-president of the company, Dan T. Cathy, holds the same views as his father on homosexual marriage. In 2012, then-Chairman of Chick-fil-A, Dan Cathy, publicly denounced homosexual marriage, telling the the Baptist Press that the company was “guilty as charged” for backing “the biblical definition of a family.”

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Note: The Left, being known for their peace-loving bleeding hearts, celebrated Truett Cathy’s death. See DCG’s post, “NO H8? S. Truett Cathy, Chick-fil-A founder, dies.

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Student Graham Wallace says he agrees with his principal’s decision: “There are gay kids that go to our school, and for them it might be kind of weird.”

Parent Michelle Cisneros, however, does not agree. Cisneros and her daughter say they were so outraged by the principal’s decision, they complained to the school officials. Puncturing the principal’s and superintendent’s lie of “inclusivity” and “diversity,” Cisneros said: “Everybody is embraced. And Chick-fil-A should have been allowed to be here.”

Chick-fil-A is not being banned from donating, however. 

That means Principal Wyatt and Superintendent Arriaga are rank hypocrites.

Here’s contact info:

Trudy Arriaga

Trudy Arriaga

Trudy T. Arriaga, Ed.D
Superintendent, Ventura Unified School District
255 W. Stanley Avenue, Suite 100
Ventura, CA 93001
Email:trudy.arriaga@venturausd.org

Val(erie) Wyatt
Principal, Ventura High School
Phone: (805) 641-5116
Email: Val.Wyatt@venturausd.org

I searched in vain on the net for a pic of Val Wyatt, who has a bare-bone profile on LinkedIn with 0 connections. Interestingly, the website of Ventura High School has disabled the link to its “Campus Photos.” If you click that link, you are brought to a blank page with the word “Whoops!”

But I did discover that Val is short for Valerie. Val Wyatt is a woman.

~Eowyn

‘She’s not a fetus, she’s a fully-formed human being’

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DailyMail: A mother has released the first photograph of the moment her premature daughter was born, hours before she passed away too small to survive. Emily Caines and her husband Alastair want to raise awareness of the issues surrounding neonatal death, after losing tine Adelaide when she was just hours old.

She was delivered at 24 weeks but was too small to survive. The couple’s treasured image of their daughter shows doctors bringing her into the world. The current law allows babies to be terminated killed up to 24 weeks gestation – the point at which Adelaide was born.

Mrs. Caines, 25, from Yeovil in Somerset, said: “Our picture shows Adelaide was not a fetus, she was a fully formed human being and to think that a baby like her could be legally terminated killed is to me horrifying. Our hospital was amazing and did all they could be Adelaide suffered complications which made it impossible for her to survive but many babies born at 24 weeks do live.”

“That makes a mockery of the 24 week legal limit. Our daughter may not have lived long but she was still our daughter and we love to talk about her and celebrate her life. Sadly in this day and age some people still find that offensive or uncomfortable.”

“I find it particularly hurtful when people use the term late miscarriage to describe our daughter because she was born so early into my pregnancy. But I think this picture of her crying out shows that clearly that is not the case. I went through labor and delivery with both of my premature babies. Adelaide lived for more than an hour and will always be very much part of our lives.”

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Mrs. Caines also lost her first daughter, Isabelle, who died during delivery as she arrived prematurely at 23 weeks. Mrs. Caines and her family and friends have raised money for the stillbirth and neonatal death charity Sands in light of her daughters’ deaths. She said she hopes the picture of Adelaide’s delivery will help encourage people to talk about baby loss.

Mrs. Caines also hopes the image of Adelaide will help re-open the ongoing debate surrounding abortion reform. Read the rest of her story here.

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A baby at 24 weeks: Your baby is about eight-and-a-half inches long (standard letter size!) and weighs one-and-a-half pounds, gaining steadily at a rate of about six ounces per week. Much of that weight comes from growing organs, bones, muscle and accumulating baby fat. Wondering what (and who) your baby will look like? If you had a baby cam at 24 weeks pregnant, you’d almost be able to tell by now. That beautiful face (though still tiny) is almost fully formed, complete with eyelashes, eyebrows and hair. 

All kinds of sounds can be heard by your baby in your womb: air exhaling from your lungs (deep breath now), those gastric gurgles produced by your stomach and intestines, your voice and your partner’s (which your baby will be able to recognize at birth) and even very loud sounds such as honking horns, barking dogs or a wailing fire truck.

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Seattle City Council Member: Free abortions an issue of “racial and economic justice”

Author/city council member Harrell

Author/city council member Harrell

The Stranger: Over 41 years ago, the US Supreme Court ruled in Roe v. Wade that every woman has a constitutionally protected right to make her own personal medical decisions about when and if to become a mother. For almost as long—nearly 38 years—the Hyde Amendment has undermined Roe v. Wade by barring public funds from covering abortion care, effectively cutting off access for most women enrolled in public government insurance. Many of those most affected are low-income women, women of color, and immigrant women, who already face significant challenges to accessing safe, respectful, timely health care. This isn’t just a matter of reproductive freedom—it’s an issue of racial and economic justice.

Though the Hyde Amendment frames reproductive healthcare as a political bargaining chip, it is in fact a vital part of women’s health care overall. In a country where 99 percent of women who have had sexual intercourse use or have used birth control, and 1 in 3 will seek abortion care at some point during their lives, safeguarding access to these health care services is crucial to every woman’s safety and well-being, and a requirement for building a society in which all people are treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their income.

This is why we are proposing a resolution to the Seattle City Council today, Monday, September 8, calling upon President Obama and Congress to overturn all federal bans on public coverage of abortion, and to improve access to public and private insurance coverage for the full spectrum of reproductive health care options.

If we pass this resolution, Seattle will become the first jurisdiction in the Northwest—and the sixth nationally—to declare its support for overturning the Hyde Amendment and restoring access to reproductive health care for every woman, regardless of her income or what kind of insurance she has.

The timing is critical. There were 205 abortion restrictions passed nationwide from 2011-2013, including state bans on public and even private insurance covering abortion. As women’s reproductive rights are deliberately and strategically eroded in other states, passing the resolution shows that the Hyde Amendment and attacks on women’s health do not reflect Seattle’s values.

As a state that values reproductive justice, we cannot afford to stand still. Passing a resolution against the Hyde Amendment is a reasonable, proactive step we can take as a community to reject laws that come between women and the healthcare they need, and to build momentum until all women across the country can meaningfully exercise their rights. Thirty-eight years is too long to wait for health care.

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