Saturday, April 13, 2013


That quote is from Rep. Smith (R-New Jersey) and if you haven't heard yet about the Kermit Gosnell trial that's because the MainStreamMedia isn't doing its work, and that's not surprising. After all, what happened at Gosnell's 'clinic' is one of the inevitable consequences of legally enabling abortion on a nationwide scale. It's proof, for the umpteenth time, of the disastrous effects on society of yet another leftist dada.

It's appalling. Pundit and Pundette is just one among many rightwing blogs that have been trying for months to make this abhorrent story known nationally. I DO hope it will get a fair amount of attention in Europe too, but I doubt it given the high degree of enlightenment here. Anyway:

"...Dr. Bernard Nathanson made history in 1984 when he narrated a film of an ultrasound which showed a child silently screaming as it was being aborted.

The film was big news. It got the nation's attention and the issue of fetal pain was hotly debated. Some denied that the child was experiencing pain, but it was generally agreed upon that if that was the case, it was a terrible thing that shouldn't be allowed to happen.

Fast forward almost thirty years to this blood-curdling testimony from Gosnell henchwoman Sherry West. It's enough to break America's heart, if it still has one:

The proprietor, Dr. Kermit Gosnell, asked her to help him with something and directed her to another room. There an 18-to-24-inch baby, who did not yet have eyes*, was lying in a clear glass pan, she recalled in horror. It was “screeching, making this noise” that “sounded like a little alien," she said. It “really freaked me out,” she said, causing her to leave the room.
"Making this noise" "like an alien"? That's called crying. It's what human babies do when they're in distress, in this case, the ultimate distress. The "aliens" here are the inhuman monsters who caused that distress.

So . . . if a baby screams during an outside-the-uterus "abortion," does it make a sound? Or, to put it another way, if an abortionist goes on trial for murdering infants, but the media refuses to cover it, is it really happening? And does America care?

This time the scream is loud and clear, but nobody's listening.

Hang on -- America has a heart, after all, and the Washington Post is all over it.


A headline you'll never see in the American press:

'Fetuses and blood all over the place': Medic's graphic account of 'be-heading live babies' at abortion 'House of Horrors' in Philadelphia
Brace yourselves:

Massof, who is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to the murder of two newborns at the clinic, revealed Thursday that he witnessed an abortion at 26 weeks - two weeks beyond the 24-week limit in the state.

He also claimed he saw about 100 babies born alive and then 'snipped' with surgical scissors in the back of the neck, to ensure their 'demise'.

He also spoke of the gruesome scenes at the clinic which was allegedly found dirty and rundown with rusting surgical instruments.

'It would rain fetuses. Fetuses and blood all over the place. It is literally a beheading. It is separating the brain from the body,' he told NBC.

He also alleges the clinic's ultrasound machine was manipulated to make fetuses appear smaller and therefore younger.

Dear God in heaven."

Abortion is MURDER. Get this story OUT.


Tuesday, April 09, 2013


Well, to be sure, Belgium's prime state controlled TV broadcaster 'EEN' ('One'), at least did say at the very beginning that the death of Britain's first female PM caused 'mixed reactions'.

What mixed reactions you will ask?

Oh, check out for yourself. Just for the fun of it, I took screenshots as today's newsreel's progress strip went forward and the Belgian population received its daily dose of fair and balanced information. TA-DAAAAA!!!!!

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Bozos dancing and cheering the passing of the UK's first female PM.

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A very representative specimen of a stiff upper lip member of the British Aristocracy is of the opinion 'that's how it is. We all have to go once'.

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'What's her legacy here?' Here? Nothing.'

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Asked for his opinion, yet another True Briton, upon asked what Thatcher's reign resulted in, summed it up neatly: 'The destruction of North England, of worker's families, of Liverpool'.

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'Thatcher leaves me cold, after what she did to Wales and the miners'.

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'Places like Grimethorpe are ghost towns.'

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Then it's the turn of a Union Boss, IIRC in Yorkshire: 'There will be many in the miners' villages who won't shed a tear...'

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'But who will drink on her passing and say: Good Riddance!'

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'Margaret Thatchers dead. LOL.'

I've been battling cancer since late November and frankly, after yet another day's hard work, and coming home late after visiting several clients, I just wanted to sit down and relax a little. This newsreel however, seen at noon, baffled me so much that I felt I really had to preserve the key shots for posterity. May, in a saner age, people watch them and realize how all over the western world such blatant leftist bias and the deliberate spreading of falsehoods to the gullible population really, truly was an omnipresent feature of our times, not only in Belgium. To be sure, right at the beginning of the newsreel there was one - one - chap sitting in a cafe who thought that Thatcher 'was someone who meant what she said and did not come back upon it'. It could be catalogued as s positive opinion. See? In EEN's news report there was room for the good and the bad, which in its vocabulary means 'fair and balanced'.

You can also learn from this coverage that at the time of Thatcher's tenure all British workers were miners, and that apparently the entire country lies in waste at the moment.

Goodbye for now. I only wish I had the time and energy to provide a similar set of screenshots of EEN's coverage of Hugo Chavez's death.