Category Archives: abortion

African dictator is a cannibal; eats opponents’ testicles & brain

We are in the 21st century, but the president of Equatorial Guinea is a cannibal.

equatorial-guinea-map

John Shammas reports for the UK Mirror, Sept. 11, 2016, that Teodoro Obiang Nguema, 74, has ruled over Equatorial Guinea since 1979.

Nguema came to power by overthrowing his uncle, Francisco Macias N’Guema, who had Nguema’s family murdered.

Known as “torturer-in-chief,” not only does Nguema torture and oppress his political opponents, many say his depravity goes even deeper. They claim Nguema is a cannibal who skins his opponents alive and devours their testicles and brains as a way to boost his sexual prowess.

Severo Moto, a political rival of Nguema, said in a 2004 interview with Spanish radio: “He has just devoured a police ­commissioner. I say devoured because this commissioner was buried without the testicles and the brain. [He] wants me to go back to Guinea … [so he can] eat my testicles.”

Having remained in power for almost 40 years, Nguema is said to increasingly believe himself to have God-like powers. One of his former advisors said: “He can decide to kill without anyone calling him to account and without going to hell because it is God himself, with whom he is in permanent contact and who gives him this strength.”

There are unconfirmed rumors that Nguema has prostate cancer. His son, Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, 46, who serves as a vice president, would be his natural successor.

president-teodoro-obiang-nguema-son

By the way, Equatorial Guinea has the lowest average IQ in the world, of 59, which means the average Equatorial Guinean is a moron (the definition of “moron” is an IQ of 51 to 70).  See “How smart or stupid is your country?

There are other African cannibal dictators, including:

  • Idi Amin, who ruled Uganda from 1971 to 1979, was reported to cannibalize the bodies of his political opponents but kept their severed heads in refrigerators. After he was deposed in 1979, he first fled to Libya, then Saudi Arabia where he lived the last few years of his life, paid $30,000 a month by the Saudis, until his death in 2003 at age 78 from kidney failure.
  • Jean-Bédel Bokassa, the leader of the Central African Republic from 1966 to 1979, was also said to be a cannibal. In 1977, emulating his hero Napoleon, he crowned himself emperor of the Central African Empire in a ceremony costing $20 million (11.8m). Overthrown by French troops in 1979, Bokassa went into exile in France where he had a château and other property bought with the money he had embezzled. He returned to the Central African Republic in 1986 and was put on trial, found guilty of the murder of schoolchildren and oher crimes, but was cleared of charges of cannibalism. His death sentence was commuted to life in solitary confinement, but was freed just six years later in 1993. In 1996 he proclaimed himself the 13th Apostle and claims to have had secret meetings with the Pope. He died of heart attack few months later.
  • Joshua Milton Blahyi, a tribal priest-turned-army leader known as General Butt Naked (for going into battle naked, believing that his nakedness protected him from bullets), led a mercenary unit during the First Liberian Civil war in 1989. (Liberia was founded in 1847 by the first “back to Africa” movement of American blacks.) Blahyi claimed he had a vision in which he was told by the Devil that he would become a great warrior and should practice human sacrifice and cannibalism to increase his power. He said in an interview with the Seattle Post-Intelligencer: “Sometimes I would enter under the water where children were playing. I would dive under the water, grab one, carry him under and break his neck. Sometimes I’d cause accidents. Sometimes I’d just slaughter them.” In January 2008 Blahyi confessed to taking part in human sacrifices which “included the killing of an innocent child and plucking out the heart, which was divided into pieces for us to eat.” In 1997, Blahyi converted to Christianity and is now the president of the End Time Train Evangelistic Ministries Inc, headquartered in Liberia. In the United States, Pastor Robert Letner Jr. founded the Trilateral Church of the South based on Blahyi’s message of redemption and forgiveness.

See also “Nigeria restaurant serves roasted human heads“.

We recoil in horror, as we should, at these reports of African cannibalism, but what about the horrors that go on every day in Planned Parenthood clinics across the U.S., where the body parts of aborted unborn humans are sold for profit? Hmm?

~Eowyn

These Actresses Have Pledged to Stop Donald Trump

More Hollyweird actresses to add to your boycott list (if you even know who some of these womyn are).

From Cosmopolitan Magazine: Actresses Amber Tamblyn (Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants), Diane Guerrero (OITNB), Zoë Kravitz (Divergent), and others are joining over 30,000 women who have pledged to vote against Donald Trump. The celebs appear in a new PSA, unveiled Friday, for EMILY’s List’s “Women Can Stop Trump” campaign, which warns voters of Trump’s anti-woman policies and informs them about the sexist slurs he’s made throughout his career.

Trump has vowed to defund Planned Parenthood and appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade. He believes women should find new jobs if they are sexually harassed at work and blames victims for being sexually assaulted in the military. He has repeatedly made sexist and degrading attacks against women, calling women he does not like “dogs” and “fat pigs.” He once reportedly told a friend, “You have to treat [women] like shit.”

In the video, Tamblyn, Kravitz, and others read some of Trump’s offensive quotes aloud and urge women to get out and vote. “Women can and will stop Trump,” says Kravitz. Cosby Show actress Erika Alexander chimes in, “Because if we vote all together, we will decide who the next president will be.”

“The only thing more powerful than hearing Donald Trump’s own offensive words is when they are said by powerful women,” said Stephanie Schriock, president of EMILY’s List, in a press release.

Hillary supporter Stephanie Schriock

Hillary supporter Stephanie Schriock

In the 2012 election, women made up 53 percent of voters. “By coming together and pledging to stop Trump, women across the country — who make up the majority of voters — will prevent this dangerous, divisive man from becoming commander-in-chief,” said Schriock. “We are proud of our growing, grassroots campaign to make sure every woman in this country knows that together we have the power to stop Trump,”

“We can’t let him win,” says Tamblyn, as Guerrero adds, “We can’t let what he stands for win.”

DCG

Planned Parenthood-backed bill faces ACLU, media backlash in California

The truth shall not be exposed...

The truth shall not be exposed…

From Fox News: California lawmakers have OK’d a Planned Parenthood-backed bill that creates new penalties for distributing secret recordings of discussions with health providers – but civil rights and media advocates say the measure goes too far. 

The bill, which passed Friday and now goes to Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk, targets activists such as the Center for Medical Progress — which last year released secretly recorded videos purportedly showing activists discussing the purchase of aborted fetal body parts with Planned Parenthood representatives.

Truth hurts...

Truth hurts…

The videos, while criticized for selective editing, sparked significant outrage among Republicans who called for the organization to be defunded.

Recording and distributing a “confidential communication” without consent already is a crime under California law. However, the new bill adds an additional layer of penalties — including additional fines and up to a year in prison — specifically for recording a conversation with a health care provider.

Planned Parenthood supported the bill and said that in light of the videos, it had seen a nine-fold increase in violence against its facilities. “With the Internet and the tremendous wildfire nature in which news can be spread now through social media, we need to have a crime against distribution by those in particular who did the illegal recording,” Beth Parker, chief legal counsel for Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California, told the Los Angeles Times.

The bill passed on a party-line vote. However, some voices often allied with Democrats were unhappy with the bill.

“We know of no legitimate governmental reason for singling-out disclosure of all health care provider communications for special criminal sanctions, making the bill vulnerable not only on First Amendment grounds but also on equal protection grounds,” the American Civil Liberties Union argued in opposition to the bill in June.

The Sacramento Bee reported that the measure initially stalled in the state Senate due to opposition from media advocates that it could prevent lawyers and journalists from doing their jobs. However, it passed after language was added that restricted who could be prosecuted under the law — which proponents said would prevent it being used against news organizations reporting on such videos.

“It is narrowly tailored to address the growing threat to health care providers,” Democratic state Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson told the Bee. (Jackson has been honored by the Planned Parenthood Action FUND for her courageous efforts to support reproductive rights.)

hannah-beth-jackson

It did not appear, though, that those changes specifically addressed the ACLU’s complaints. The ACLU did not immediately respond to a request for comment from FoxNews.com on Tuesday.

Even after the amendments, The Los Angeles Times’ editorial board on Aug. 31 called the move to give health care providers special protection “mystifying” and accused the lawmakers behind the bill of pandering to special interests.

“But make no mistake, this measure would heap more criminal and civil penalties on making a secret recording — an act that’s already prohibited by state law, even when done in the public interest — simply to satisfy an interest group popular among Sacramento Democrats,” the board said.

The editorial board warned that the bill could disincentivize potential whistle-blowers from recording abuses such as a patient who sees a doctor handing out opioid prescriptions too liberally. “The potential for unanticipated and unwelcome consequences is huge,” the board said.

DCG

Sunday Devotional: On slavery and welfare

Philemon 9-17

I, Paul, an old man,
and now also a prisoner for Christ Jesus,
urge you on behalf of my child Onesimus,
whose father I have become in my imprisonment;
I am sending him, that is, my own heart, back to you.
I should have liked to retain him for myself,
so that he might serve me on your behalf
in my imprisonment for the gospel,
but I did not want to do anything without your consent,
so that the good you do might not be forced but voluntary.
Perhaps this is why he was away from you for a while,
that you might have him back forever,
no longer as a slave
but more than a slave, a brother,
beloved especially to me, but even more so to you,
as a man and in the Lord.
So if you regard me as a partner, welcome him as you would me.

The above reading from St. Paul’s letter to Philemon is a powerful statement against both slavery as well as the institution of goverment-enforced welfare.

The letter was written by St. Paul during an imprisonment, believed to be in Rome between A.D. 61 and 63. The letter concerns Onesimus (pronounced “o-NEH-sih-muhs”), a slave who had run away from his master, Philemon (pronounced “fih-LEE-muhn”), an early Christian in Asia Minor who was a slave-owner and a minister of the house church that met in his home.

In their imprisonment, Paul converted Onesimus to Christ, then sends him back to his master, Philemon, with a private letter appealing on behalf of Onesimus, asking that he be welcomed not as a slave but as an equal — a brother in Christ.

By presenting Onesimus as “brother, beloved…to me, but even more so to you,” Paul voiced an idea that was revolutionary for, at the time, human slavery was an accepted institution that the Christian communities of the first century were in no position to challenge.

It is no wonder that the abolition movement that began in the 18th century in the UK and the US was pioneered, led, and staffed by Christians — a fact that is little known or publicized today.

Both Philemon and Onesimus were martyred at Colossaei during the first general persecution in the reign of Nero, and are regarded as saints by several Christian churches. (Note: The word “saint” simply means “holy”; the title of “saint” is honorific, a sign of our respect.) For the martyrdom of Paul, see “St. Paul, whom Christ struck blind”.

St. Onesimus

As for welfare, an institution that has become colossal and immovable in our time in the form of the bloated welfare state, there can be no more powerful statement against it than Paul’s words in his letter to Philemon:

“so that the good you do might not be forced but voluntary”

Charity is voluntary, which studies show conservatives give more in both money and services than liberals.

But welfare, the revenue for which is extracted via confiscatory taxation, is not charity because it is enforced, and an involuntary “good” is no longer a good.

And yet “liberal” Christians precisely support this enforced charity — an oxymoron — in the name of “social justice”. But then those same “liberal” Christians also are “pro-choice,” a euphemism for government-sanctioned abortion — the lawful killing of unborn and entirely innocent human beings, for whom Christ weeps.

Jesus laughs with babyMay the peace and love of Jesus Christ our Lord be with you,

~Eowyn

98% of Catholic Relief Services’ contributions go to pro-abort politicians

The Catholic Church’s position on abortion has always been and remains one of abortion being an “intrinsic evil,” which means no amount or variety of excuse or rationalization can justify the killing of a wholly, 100% innocent human life in the womb.

APersonsAPersonAnd yet a study by the Lepanto Institute found that a shocking 98%, i.e., nearly all of the political donations by employees of the Catholic Relief Services go to pro-abortion political candidates.

Note: Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is an international charity organization founded in 1943 by the United States Council of Catholic Bishops. It is said to provide assistance to 130 million people in more than 90 countries and territories across the world. The Lepanto Institute for the Restoration of All Things in Christ is a research and education organization dedicated to the defense of the Catholic Church against assaults from without as well as from within.

First, let’s look at Lepanto Institute‘s methodology.

As explained by Michael Hichborn for the Lepanto Institute, August 8, 2016, contributions that Americans give to political campaigns are recorded and made available as public information in order to ensure transparency in the political process. Donors are asked to provide information on their employer or what line of work they are in. Anyone can search the donor database by location, job type, sex, or religion. In fact, political parties and research organizations mine this data to look for demographic trends by location, job type, sex, or religion.

The Lepanto Institute (LI) did just that. It conducted a general search on www.opensecrets.org for the search term “Catholic” listed under employer/occupation and found 6,293 records for listings such as “Catholic priest,” “Catholic Health,” “Catholic High School,” and even “Catholic Relief Services.”

LI then narrowed the search to employees of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and found the contribution records of 52 CRS employees, who made a total of 191 political contributions. 50 of the 52 (i.e., 96.16%) CRS employees had donated to openly pro-abortion politicians, accounting for 187 or 98% of the total 191 contributions.

Hichborn points out the obvious, which is that “Statistically, this indicates an overwhelming one-sidedness, with almost no diversity of opinion among those working for CRS.”

He concludes:

“What this data reveals is that the culture of Catholic Relief Services is not one that is friendly to pre-born babies or the Catholic faith it claims to serve. In fact, as we see that employees of CRS are donating almost exclusively to candidates diametrically opposed to the Catholic Church, we can easily conclude that it’s because their faith isn’t Catholicism — it’s the Democratic Party. And given this, it becomes a little clearer why CRS would annually facilitate tens of millions of dollars to organizations that commit abortion, perform sterilizations, and distribute contraception. It also explains the bevy of other problems found at CRS, such as its publication of manuals and programs promoting condom use, the implementation of contraception-promoting programs like Healthy Choices 2 and Shuga.

This is why I’d long stopped donating to Catholic Relief Services because every penny I give also goes to the salaries of its evil employees.

And if you’re Catholic, I urge you to stop donating to CRS, but tell your pastor and bishop why. Just print out this post, put it in an envelope, and drop it in the donation basket.

And the U.S. Catholic Church wonders why Mass attendance is down, there is a priest shortage, and dioceses are closing down empty parishes . . . .

See also “Abortion is the leading cause of death in U.S.

~Eowyn

Abortion is the leading cause of death in U.S.

2016 looks to be the Year of the Baby Bust.

As reported by ABC News on August 9, 2016, fertility rates in America — the number of babies born per 1,000 women ages 15 to 44 — are at the lowest levels ever recorded, according to researchers in a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Here’s a reason that nobody wants to talk about: Abortion.

A study by a team of scientists at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte reveals the terrible toll of abortion. It is the leading cause of death in the U.S., accounting for almost a third (32.1%) of all deaths in 2009.

The study by James Studnicki, Sharon MacKinnon, and John W. Fisher was published as “Induced Abortion, Mortality, and the Conduct of Science” in the Open Journal of Preventive Medicine on June 17, 2016.

Here’s a figure from page 173 of Studnicki, et al.‘s report, showing abortion as the leading cause of death for Hispanics, Whites, and Blacks.

YPLL by cause of death, U.S., 2009

Studnicki, et al. begin by taking issue with the fact that abortion deaths are not included among U.S. death statistics although from the standpoint of science, abortion is a human death:

“There is no credible scientific opposition to the fact that a new genetically distinct human organism begins with fertilization and that, simply stated, human life begins at conception. Nor is there dispute that, in the absence of induced abortion and with the exception of natural fetal losses, conception usually results in a live [human] birth.”

Which, of course, makes it curious why “abortion is not reported as a cause of death in the vital statistics system in the United States. Nor is this exclusion limited to the United States. Although there are nearly 200 nations where the procedure is legal, and a conservatively estimated 45-50 million [abortions] are performed annually worldwide, there is no country which considers induced abortion as a reportable death.”

The exclusion of abortion in death rates is a gaping hole in the study of demography and government policy-making concerning resource allocation because “fertility, mortality and migration are the principal determinants of population increases, decreases, and demographic composition in any nation.”

This exclusion of abortion in death rates especially impacts racial minorities in the U.S. because abortion disproportionately affects certain racial/ethnic minorities — namely, blacks and Hispanics.

Of the total 3,589,163 abortions in the U.S. in 2009, abortions accounted for:

  • 16.4% of Non-Hispanic White (NHW) deaths
  • 61.1% of Non-Hispanic Black (NHB) deaths
  • 64.0% of Hispanic deaths

In fact, abortion accounts for 2 out of every 3 deaths among Blacks and Hispanics.

For Blacks and Hispanics, homicide and suicide were also ranked in the top 10 causes of death, but both causes-of-death were far out-ranked by abortion. Abortion takes a deadlier toll among Blacks compared to other racial/ethnic groups: The abortion death rate for Blacks is 5.9 times that of Whites and 2.1 times that of Hispanics.

#BlackLivesMatter

And so, as the study concludes that although —

“Abortion is undoubtedly the most demographically consequential cause of death for Hispanics and NHB [Blacks]. Yet, there is evidence that the scientific community is minimally engaged in informing effective public policy on the topic of abortion….

The exclusion of abortion as a cause of death, in spite of conclusive science to contrary, and the relative paucity of information and funded research on a topic of demonstrated consequence to the demographic composition of the society, may be the ultimate example of science denial…. The appropriate role of science is to inform this societal dialogue with objective information. Labeling abortion as a preventable death is not an argument for restricting access to a legal abortion. However, refusing to acknowledge abortion as a death undermines the role of science and the value of transparency so fundamental to a free society.”

And yet 90+% of Blacks support Hillary Clinton, who is unconditionally and absolutely pro-abortion. They give new meaning to the term “useful idiots”.

H/t Campus Reform

~Eowyn

Hillary aide talks about animal sacrifice to demon Moloch in WikiLeaks email

Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks‘ streaming release of the hacked Hillary Clinton emails is a gift that keeps on giving.

The latest is a very strange email from one of Hillary’s State Department Foreign Service officers named W. Lewis Amselem, in which he, jokingly or not, made mention of “sacrificing a chicken in the backyard to Moloch” — a demon to whom child sacrifices are offered. (Amselem is a Sephardic Jewish surname.)

Note: In the Old Testament, Gehenna was a valley by Jerusalem, where apostate Israelites and followers of various pagan gods sacrificed their children by fire (2 Chr. 28:3, 33:6; Jer. 7:31, 19:2–6). One of those gods was Moloch (aka Molech, Molekh, Molok, Molek, Molock, Moloc, Melech, Milcom or Molcom), an ancient Ammonite god who demanded a particular kind of propitiatory child sacrifice from parents.

Lewis AmselemW. Lewis Amselem is now a retired senior U.S. Foreign Service officer. In 2009 when he wrote that email, Amselem was the head of the U.S. delegation to the Organization of American States (OAS). It is said that Amselem had concealed the identities of individuals, one of whom was a U.S. national, who in 1989 kidnapped, tortured and raped Diana Ortiz, an American nun in Guatemala.

Amselem’s email was forwarded by Cheryl D. Mills to Hillary Clinton.

Cheryl D. MillsCheryl Mills was Hillary’s chief of staff throughout Hillary’s 4 years as secretary of state. In June 2016, Mills was deposed as part of the discovery granted to Judicial Watch by U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan in response to JW’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s unsecured, non-government email system (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No. 1:13-cv-01363)).

Below is a screenshot I took of the WikiLeaks email (you can see the email for yourself here). The email from Amselem with the reference to animal sacrifice to Moloch is at the end of a series of forwarded email exchanges. (I painted a red bracket around the animal sacrifice phrase.)

Hillary Wikileaks1See also:

~Eowyn