Monday, September 27, 2010

The UN, Mahmoud, and ET

Last week, the UN allowed once again Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to rant against his enemies.  The disgusting thing about that event last week was that many country representatives there even applauded him.  Some say that applause was only as a sign of respect for a head of state exercising his right to be heard at the UN, where everyone is equal.

The response of the US delegation and those that followed them in the walk out (was the RP delegation one those who stayed behind and applauded?) was the right one.  There is no respect for a man like that.

What's with the UN?  Really, what's happening to the UN?  If not being used as pawn for scare tactics related to (the perceived danger of) overpopulation and of catastrophic climate disturbances brought about by anthropogenic causes, it has consented to being used as a forum for radical governments and ideologies to get one over the more decent ones.

If that is bad enough, now it has appointed an ambassador for "alien affairs", a first responder, if you will, if and when the aliens come and visit.  

It can't even teach erring members civility and decency when they're needed, now the UN wants to deal with aliens?

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

The spin itself is disgusting enough

Some days ago, a baby was found in a trash bin of an airplane that had just landed at the Manila airport.  Thanks God that the "baby boy was alive and kicking.

Some days prior to this baby's discovery, an infant girl was found dead on the steps of Planned Parenthood in Winston-Salem in North Carolina.  Danielle Bean writes at that:

Testing confirms that this baby Jane Doe was born alive, and some think that she might have been left on the steps in a mistaken attempt to make use the NC infant abandonment laws which allow for infants to be left at “safe” locations and taken into custody of the state with no questions asked. These laws are meant to protect the lives of newborn babies born to frightened teens or unstable mothers of any kind. There are no legal consequences for abandoning a 7-day-old or younger infant at one of these centers.

 The news report includes these words:

Reed (a PP VP) said this is the first time that a dead infant has been placed outside of a Planned Parenthood office in North Carolina. She said counseling was being made available to employees who came to work Saturday.

Read what Danielle and Jill Stanek say about this counseling being made available to PP employees.  I agree.

I also add one thought.  

Isn't there also a media spin to this?  

Since the pro-aborts (and their liberal media cohorts -- redundant?) have always been saying that the aborted babies, even including those victims in late-term and partial-birth abortions are not yet babies (thus not human nor rightfully victims), this infant girl who may have been born alive was human, and thus a victim (of negligence and the loophole in the sanctuary law, maybe).  

This changes everything.  This requires, surely, counseling, because a person died here, and quite distressing for PP employees to encounter someone dead in their premises.  Heck, the employees might even file for PTSD coverage.

Sunday, September 05, 2010

13's the charm

Did you know that ParaƱaque Representative Roilo Golez has proposed a pro-life bill that strengthens the Constitutional protection of the unborn?  

HIs House Bill 13 better known as “An Act Providing for the Safety and Protection of the Unborn & for Other Purposes” acknowledges the unborn child as a human being with human personality and extends the mantle of legal protection to the child from the moment of conception. 

The bill also aims to promote the right of the mother and the children most especially the unborn child to assistance including proper care and nutrition, special protection from all forms of neglect, abuse, cruelty, exploitation and other conditions prejudicial to their development.

Sign the petition here.