Wednesday, March 05, 2014

“War on Women:” Sexual Abuse of Minors and the Abortion Industry!


“War on Women: The Abortion Industry Covers Up Sexual Abuse of Teen Girls
by LiveActionNews | Washington, DC |

Fort Wayne, Indiana (LiveActionNews)—If there was ever a historical moment calling for politicians to take a strong stand, this last week was it: Bill 292 would have required Indiana abortionists to provide proof of having admitting privileges or an agreement with a doctor who did. The Bill failed to pass the Republican controlled House (What? What is wrong with Republicans in Indiana?—my addition).

The recent case of Indiana abortionist Dr. Ulrich Klopfer suggests why such laws requiring transparency are necessary. Dr. Klopfer was criminally charged for failure to report statutory rape in Fort Wayne (A doctor would fail to protect his minor patient?—my addition). Klopfer also lacks the required transfer agreement with a Gary hospital and there is no record of admitting or transfer privileges in South Bend, Indiana.

Of gravest concern, Dr. Klopfer has admitted to late reporting of underage abortions, universally considered dangerous for victims of statutory rape. He also routinely advises teens to skirt Indiana law by going out of state (An ethical doctor?—my addition). In light of recent demographic data indicating 75% of all abortions are performed on women who began sexual activity under the age of 16, the strong link between abortion and young girls is becoming more evident (Of course, encourage the young to become sexually active so they may create theproductthat every abortionist/MURDERER needsan unborn baby! One can not have an abortion/MURDER without a baby to sacrifice before the alter of greed! If Planned MURDERHOOD really believed in planned parenthood, they would be strong advocates of abstinence since abstinence is the ONLY sure way to prevent a pregnancy! That they promote and advocate an active sex life for the young is proof that they are NOT about preventing pregnancies!—my addition).

The lack of oversight of the state’s licensing agreement that allowed this abortionist to bypass legal restrictions until recently would probably have been corrected sooner by Bill 292, a statute in line with current professional medical standards for outpatient surgeries. The American College of Surgeons submitted guidelines requiring doctor’s obtain hospital privileges for all forms of outpatient surgery including ‘reproductive’ surgery, and in 2002 these recommendations were passed by the American Medical Association (Which tends to be a liberal organization!—my addition).

An underage girl’s appearance at an abortion facility is grounds to report. Keep in mind that Dr. Klopfer is not required to determine the extent of rape but only to pass along information to authorities who can then respond appropriately (He notifies, they investigate!—my addition). Teachers, child care workers, counselors, and health professionals operate with this obligation. Nonetheless, RH Reality Check’s Sofia Resnik claims reporting laws are harmful and place an unfair ‘burden’ on abortionists (How so?—my addition).

In contrast to physicians, abortionists operate for the most part without much oversight. The traditional model of a family doctor’s long-term relationship to his patients is the prototype forming the central tenant of a position paper Resnik cites, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health. The paper concludes ‘Federal and state laws should allow physicians and other health care professionals to exercise appropriate clinical judgment in reporting cases of sexual activity (e.g. life threatening emergencies, imminent harm, and/ or suspected abuse [Right? And why is that? Abortionists are by definition MURDERERS! And they are to be given latitude to continue their MURDEROUS ways?—my addition]).’ While such a recommendation sounds reasonable within the close doctor-patient context suggested in the journal, in actual practice, abortionists do not have an ongoing relationship with their patients (Of course not!—my addition).

Indeed, an abortionist is not a physician with a general practice; that’s why the county regulatory community and legislators enact laws to detect problems so they can come to the attention of authorities. A case in point, Dr. Klopfer has no ties to the local medical community and lacks any affiliation with area hospitals and thus is not subject to the regular scrutiny under which physicians operate. As an out- of- state, itinerant abortionist, Dr. Klopfer has little connection to the communities where he practices (If I remember correctly, he lives in Illinois!—my addition).

In this respect, Dr. Klopfer speaks as one who has long been a law unto himself, pointing out he is not answerable to local hospitals. In a recent interview, Dr. Klopfer explained why he has refused to name his back up doctor while also highlighting the unregulated nature of his abortion business: ‘Nowadays the majority of medical school graduates become employed in some big corporation where the hospital or otherwise controls and dictates everything you can and cannot do,” Klopfer said. ‘For me to divulge information that’s not necessary, I will not (Even if required by law? Who decides if it is not necessary? How do you know he even has a back up doctor?—my addition).’

To assume abortion providers operate according to the same standards as physicians is thus highly problematic. Practicing medicine is regulated by all kinds of laws that protect the lives of patients, yet people do not realize abortionists are not regulated like other doctors (Why is that? The way governments and particularly Democrats love regulation, that seems strange, doesnt it?—my addition). Americans were astounded, for instance, to learn that Kermit Gosnell operated without oversight or inspection for 17 years despite reported concerns. As a result of his criminal case, the state of Pennsylvania put in place additional regulations. Even so, abortionists generally do not contend with the daily demands of hospital administrators and constant oversight of their operations by governmental agencies.

After 41 years of legal abortion, it is still claimed that abortion advances women’s rights and protects women and girls in cases of rape and incest (LIARS!—my addition). Abortion is popularly regarded as the solution to the social problem of rape (MURDER IS NEVER a solution!—my addition), despite the fact that abortion is not a recognized treatment for sexual abuse. In fact, the group Women Pregnant by Sexual Assault point out that claiming abortion as the best option following sexual abuse is based on a myth and the stories of young girls typically show a scenario of coercion.(The female becomes a victim a second time! GOD never said Thou shalt not murder except for ….!”—my addition)

Young girls and teens are the most vulnerable to rape and are the group most often pressured or even forced to abort. Dr. Klopfer’s office in South Bend is located next door to The Life Center, a Catholic organization offering a range of services to pregnant women and girls with a motto of ‘real choices, real information, and real love.’ One such outreach involves sidewalk ministers (called TLC Advocates). ‘It’s easy to talk about women’s rights,’ says TLC Advocate Ellen Masters, ‘but often these are not women. I’ve seen young girls arrive by themselves, with friends, or with older guys. It makes you wonder how many of these are being reported (NONE?—my addition).’

Non-reporting is seen as discretionary by proponents of abortion. Resnik, for instance, cites a position paper that argues abortion providers should be allowed to use their professional judgment when looking for evidence of coercive sexual relationships (Their professional judgment? They are MURDERING unborn babies!—my addition). Yet, even when they appear un-complaining, young girls are the most at risk group for sexual violence. The National Center for Victims of Crime notes that children are one of the largest groups of victims of sex abuse, that agencies designed to help often fail to coordinate services, and that re-victimization is common. Given the fact that women seeking abortion are seven times more likely to be abused than those who do not, it is clearly mistaken to assume girls entering an abortion facility are exercising a free choice.


For 41 years, the abortion industry has generally ignored and even flouted regulations, and it should be clear by now that not reporting minors seeking abortions perpetuates the vicious cycle of abuse in cases of rape and incest (They monetarily profit from that cycle! There is a symbiotic relationship!—my addition) . Abortionists are not set up to detect sexual abuse, a fact Resnik acknowledges as reason not to require reporting. (That is why an investigation IS needed! They report! Others investigate!—my addition). Nonetheless, in this case, Indiana law does not demand abortionists diagnose the nature of previous sexual activity but merely report minors to the Department of Child Services, who can then determine the extent of criminal activity. Resnik views any regulation as an untenable barrier to abortions (Exactly! The goal is the abortion/MURDER!—my addition).

The position paper Resnik cites advocates confidentiality as the chief priority in treating minors. In the case of rape, however, confidentiality offers the greatest benefit to the criminal not the victim (Of course it does!—my addition). An older man who needs to cover up an illicit affair with a young girl can typically expect confidentiality from an abortionist (That symbiotic relationship!—my addition). However, in-depth analysis of recent studies of abortion and violence led to the conclusion that stronger intervention is called for. In fact, one of the researchers, Susan Bewley, a consultant obstetrician at King’s College in London, noted that abortion-minded women ‘welcomed the opportunity to disclose their experiences … and to be offered help.’

Agencies that deal with sexual abuse of children and sex trafficking continue to warn that juveniles are especially vulnerable as they are often compelled to participate, experience isolation, and are unlikely to report molestation. Last year, a pregnant teen in Houston who wanted to keep her child against the persistent demands and pressures from her parents, was fortunate to locate legal advocates and won her case. For these reasons, it is incumbent that a minor seeking an abortion not go unreported.

There is little reason to think girls voluntarily seek abortion. In the book Victims and Victors, rape survivors explain that it is wrong to assume survivors want an abortion. In fact, the majority of those who aborted a pregnancy conceived in sexual assault later described abortion as the wrong solution as it increased rather than reduced the trauma they experienced (I would think so!—my addition). Ensuring access to abortion at all costs has often meant not questioning the circumstances of how the girl became pregnant, in response to unplanned pregnancy; the shotgun wedding of the past becoming the ‘shotgun abortion’ of the present.

The failure to support reporting abortions on young girls amounts to a cover up of the sexual abuse, (It is a cover up!—my addition) protecting the very rape culture feminists decry (And encouraging FURTHER abuse! Why stop if you will not get caught?—my addition). Accounting for about 30% of all abortions, teens suffer more abortion-related complications than other age groups, information they are not being provided. Expecting a 13-year-old girl to act with the self determination of an adult woman or to fend off a coercive adult is unrealistic, and claiming lack of access to reproductive services as a reason to oppose reporting laws does not adhere to our current understanding of sexual exploitation. Further, it is clear that abortionists such as Dr. Klopfer have little incentive to report underage abortion, let alone any sense of obligation to intervene and prevent a forced abortion (AND he is likely to get repeat business!—my addition).

Instead of regulation, there tends to be a call for further education (Education of whom?—my addition), yet this is clearly insufficient to safeguard girls from sexual violence. There needs to be more reporting, not less, additional anti-coercion measures, and stronger enforcement. Failing to report abortions performed on minors may well protect rapists, rape culture, or the ‘right’ to an abortion but does nothing to safeguard girls from sexual abuse (Of course not!—my addition).

Forty one years of legalized abortion shows that it is no ‘solution’ to rape (NEVER was; NEVER will be! MURDER never is! The true saying, two wrongs do NOT make a right!—my addition). In reality, the abortion industry has obstructed laws in place to protect girls from rape (Of course they have! It is to their financial benefit to do so! Follow the money!—my addition). Surely Americans who understand this reality cannot count as a victory for women’s rights the protection of men who rape girls. The recent attention to Dr. Klopfer’s failure to report underage abortions should rectify the misconception of abortion as the ‘cure’ for rape and incest, increasing our awareness that abortion and rape culture are allies (Yes, they are! They need each other!—my addition).

LifeNews Note: This post originally appeared at LifeActionNews and is reprinted with permission.

The real War on Womenis being waged by abortionists/MURDERERS, Democrats, and their allies!

Proverbs 14: 34 (NIV)

Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin condemns any people.”

Ephesians 5: 11 (NIV)

Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them.”

Galatians 6: 7-8 (NIV)

Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.”

It is time for all of us who support the morality established by GOD to rebel against the forces of evil! Expose their evil and return to GODS word and will!

Christians were bold in the First Century church! Are Christians as bold today?

Christians were resolute in the First Century church! Are Christians as resolute today?

Christians stood for the truth in the First Century church! Are Christians standing for the truth today?

If not Christians, who? If not now, when?

This is my two part suggestion to Tea Party groups, social conservatives, Constitutionalists, and anyone else who wants to save our Republic from the approaching destruction.

1) Run as many conservative candidates in as many Republican primaries as possible.

2) Then, run as many independent and/or third party candidates as possible in as many races as possible where we did not win the primary.

If elected to Congress, I will not, under any circumstances, vote for present Speaker of the House John Boehner to be Speaker of the House. I call on every Republican primary candidate running in Texas Congressional District 19 to publicly (in writing) make the same pledge. It would not be a bad idea for every Republican candidate running for the House of Representatives to give the same pledge. See my post at on December 16, 2013 entitled “Speaker of the House John Boehner Attacks the Tea Party Again for Being Fiscally Responsible!”

If I am elected to the House, I will use the Constitution, as written, to do everything in my power to stop judicial tyranny! Will the other candidates pledge the same? I know our present Representative has NOT done everything possible to stop judicial tyranny! Why is that?

If elected to Congress, I pledge that I will do everything within my authority as a member of the House of Representatives to begin and complete impeachment proceedings against the President of the United States for violating the Constitution, the laws of the United States as passed by Congress, and his oath of office. I call on every Republican primary candidate running in Texas Congressional District 19 to publicly (in writing) make the same pledge. It would not be a bad idea for every Republican candidate running for the House of Representatives to give the same pledge.

Competition is good for the economy and competition is good for the Republican Party!!! Competition keeps Congressmen committed to we the people!!! Primary Republicans who do not support the Constitution as written.