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Planned Parenthood Sells Aborted Baby Organs

Journal Entry: Wed Jul 15, 2015, 7:36 PM
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The video evidence is up there. If you're one of those people that say it's "no good due to heavy editing," then here is the full +2 hour recording, unedited below.

Yami Running DS by Jestloo

Please Read Before Commenting!!

I understand that abortion is a hot button topic. However, if you wish to be able to speak on this journal there are some rules to help keep orderly conduct:

1. No cussing, personal attacks, or name calling. It is immature and not necessary for an intelligent argument. (Also, doing any of these could get you blocked.)

2. Know what you are defending. I will not respond to ignorance. There will be some info about child development and abortion procedures in this journal. Regurgitated information or phrases you've heard from others without researching  the matter yourself is lazy and may not be worth my time.

3. Don't throw links at me (unless I ask for you to source your claim). I don't have the time, nor the patience to go through them all.

4. Actually read the journal before commenting. It is important, in any debate, to fully understand where your opponent is coming from. If you are too lazy to read, and I notice that your "two cents" totally ignores, or is ignorant of the info I already laid out  in this journal, I will ignore you.

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Am I offended by this action spoken of in the video? I think those with consciences must be. What Planned Parenthood is doing is partially birthing babies (body is pulled outside of birth canal, but the head remains inside), killing them, and then harvesting their organs to sell. Does that not sound like a horror story? Did you hear that woman? She specifically talks about crushing above or below the desired organs. You understand what "crushing" means, right? Regardless on whether Planned Parenthood is illegally selling baby organs or not, it is the act of killing children that angers me the most.

Abortion is the act of forcibly ending the life of a developing human being within the womb. 

Fetal Development

At conception, a totally unique human being, with their own DNA and information about their gender, hair and eye color, ect, begins. Organic life is defined by having the ability to reproduce, grow and develop, metabolize, and interact with its surroundings. As soon as an egg is fertilized, it begins dividing and reproducing its DNA at an incredible rate. This tiny human's mission is to grow and develop into a fully  functional adult. Metabolic processes happen from within the cell(s), and the Zygote moves its way to the uterus to implant and continue to grow in a safe, anchored place.
By days 6-7, the child's cells differentiate to perform specific functions - circulatory, muscular, neural and skeletal. 
By day 20 the child's heart, brain, spinal column, and nervous system are almost complete. The heart begins to beat by day 22. (The baby also has his own blood.)
By week 6, the brainwaves can be recorded and his muscles begin working together.
By week 8, the baby's fingerprints are defined and all of the organs are present, complete, and functioning (except the lungs).
By weeks 9-10, all areas of the baby's body are sensitive to touch. He sucks his thumbs, swallows, squints, frowns, and puckers his brow. If his palm is stroked, he will make a tight fist.
By week 11-12, the child has his fingernails, toenails, and working taste buds. He can also make all facial expressions, including a smile.
By week 13, the child's sex is now visually identifiable.
By 16 weeks, the baby's heart is pumping six gallons of blood every day, and his mom can now feel him jumping around and turning somersaults, exercising the muscles and lungs he will need to live outside of his mother's womb. Rapid eye movement (REM) can be recorded while he's sleeping, indicating that he is dreaming.

Abortion is legal in the United States until 24 weeks.

The term "fetus," is simply the developmental stage of a human from 8 weeks, until birth. Just as there are terms for the developmental stages of infancy, adolescence, and adulthood. However, the term is now being used as a way to dehumanize human beings developing in the womb.

Methods of Abortion

There are three abortion classifications --- surgical abortion, medical abortion, and chemical abortion.

(Read well, Pro-choice people. These are what you are advocating)

Surgical Abortion: These are abortions that involve an invasive procedure. Major types of surgical abortion include:
  • Suction aspiration: This is the procedure most often used in the first trimester of pregnancy (the first three months). The abortionist inserts a suction tube (similar to a vacuum hose with an extremely sharp end) into the mother's womb. The suction and cutting edge dismember the baby while the hose sucks the body parts into a collection bottle.

  • Dilation and curettage (D&C): In this procedure, the abortionist uses a loop shaped knife to cut the baby into pieces and scrape the uterine wall. The baby's body parts are then removed and checked to make sure that no pieces were left in the mother's womb.

  • Dilation and extraction (also known as D&X or partial-birth abortion):Used to kill babies well into the third trimester (as late as 32 weeks old), the abortionist reaches into the mother's womb, grabs the baby's feet with a forceps and pulls the baby out of the mother, except for the head. The abortionist then jams a pair of scissors into the back of the baby's head and spreads the scissors apart to make a hole in the baby's skull. The abortionist removes the scissors and sticks a suction tube into the skull to suck the baby's brain out. The forceps are then used to crush the baby's head and the abortionist pulls the baby's body out the rest of the way.

  • Dilation and evacuation (D&E): This form of abortion is used to kill babies in the second trimester (24+ weeks). The abortionist uses a forceps to grab parts of the baby (arms and legs) and then tears the baby apart. The baby's head must be crushed in order to remove it because the skull bone has hardened by this stage in the baby's growth.

  • Hysterotomy: Performed in the third trimester, this is basically an abortive Cesarean section (C-section). The abortionist makes in an incision in the mother's abdomen and removes the baby. The baby is then either placed to the side to die or is killed by the abortionist or nurse.

    Medical abortions: These are abortions that involve the administration of  drug specifically intended to abort the child. Common drugs used for medical abortions include:

  • Mifepristone (RU-486): Mifepristone blocks the hormone that helps develop the lining of the uterus during pregnancy (progesterone). This lining is the source of nutrition and protection for the developing baby. The tiny boy or girl is starved to death and then a second drug, misoprostol, causes contractions so that the dead baby is expelled from the womb.

  • Methotrexate: this highly toxic chemical directly attacks and breaks down the baby's fast-growing cells. It also attacks the life-support systems the baby needs to survive. When the systems fail, the baby dies. Misoprostol is then used to cause contractions and push the dead baby out of the womb.

  • Salt poisoning: This technique is used in the second and third trimester. The abortionist sticks a long needle into the mother's womb. The needle contains salt which is then injected into the amniotic fluid surrounding the baby. The baby breathes in, swallows the salt and dies from salt poisoning, dehydration, brain hemorrhage and convulsions. Taking nearly an hour to die, the baby's skin is completely burned, turns red and deteriorates. The baby is in pain the entire time. The mother goes into labor 24 - 48 hours later and delivers a dead baby.

  • Prostaglandins: Used during the second and third trimester, prostaglandin abortions involve the injection of naturally produced hormones into the amniotic sac, causing violent premature labor. During these convulsions the baby is often crushed to death or is born too early to have any chance of surviving.

Chemical abortions: These are abortions caused by drugs that, at least some of the time, prevent the implantation of the already-created baby in the uterine lining. Some of the more popular methods of birth control that can be responsible for the deaths of newly-created children are:

  • The Ortho-Evra® birth control patch works by suppressing gonadotropins, which may inhibit ovulation, change the cervical mucus to prevent sperm from reaching the uterus and change the lining of the uterus thereby preventing the implantation of the newly-formed human (Physicians' Desk Reference. 60 ed. Montvale, NJ: Thompson PDR; 2006. 2402).

  • The NuvaRing® vaginal ring works by suppressing gonadotropins, which may inhibit ovulation, change the cervical mucus to prevent sperm from reaching the uterus and change the endometrium thereby preventing the implantation of the newly-formed human (PDR. 2357).

  • Depo-Provera® Contraceptive Injection, when administered at the recommended dose to women every 3 months, inhibits the secretion of gonadotropins which, in turn, prevents follicular maturation and ovulation and results in endometrium thinning. These actions produce its contraceptive effect (PDR 2620).

  • Plan B® is believed to act as an emergency contraceptive principally by preventing ovulation or fertilization, by altering the tubal transport of sperm and/or ova. In addition, it may inhibit implantation by altering the endometrium(PDR 1068).

**WARNING**  The link below depicts images that some may find very disturbing! Please use caution before proceeding. 

For those who are curious, here are pictures of current and old abortion instrumentations click here.

    "Abortion is safe for women." Really?
    Abortion isn't as safe as Planned Parenthood would like you to believe. Most common complications are 140% increased risk of breast cancer, acute grief reaction in 77% of women, emotional and physical disturbances in 50% of women, pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine perforation, 1 in 4 women may have complications in future pregnancies, increased risk of tubal pregnancy, placenta previa (life threatening with a 600% increased risk), increased bleeding durning subsequent pregnancies, and more.

    Site with source information:…

    Finally, the "exceptions."

    The idea of a total ban on all abortions makes some people uncomfortable. After all, we’ve been told for years that there are situations in which abortion, though a poor choice, is the best option. That, however, is untrue. Abortion always claims a human person’s life, and therefore is never an appropriate choice.

    The "big lie" theory says if an untrue statement is repeated often enough, the people will start to accept it as truth. Such is the case with the erroneous mantra that abortion must be permitted in cases of rape, incest, fetal deformity and threat to the mother’s life.

    Rape and incest

    Rape and incest are similar in the sense that both are criminal acts. In our system of justice, we punish the criminal. We do not punish the victim, nor do we punish the criminal’s children. We are told, however, that if pregnancy occurs as a result of rape or incest, offering the victim an abortion is the compassionate thing to do. No woman should be "forced to carry that monster’s child," we are told.

    The trauma of sexual assault is very real, and there is no intention here to downplay that. Abortion carries its own variety of trauma, however; women — even those who were victims of sexual assault — have reported years of physical, emotional and psychological difficulty following their abortions. Abortion did not solve their problem; it merely created additional ones.

    There is also the very important fact that abortion takes the life of a living human being. The circumstances of conception may have been criminal, but the life of the newly-created human being is just as valuable as any other person’s. We do not put criminals’ innocent children to death in our culture; it simply isn’t done. It should not be done in this situation, either.

    See also "Abortion — NOT Even When the Pregnancy is the Result of a Rape?" at… and "Abortion — NOT Even When the Pregnancy is the Result of Incest?" at…

    Fetal abnormality

    Expectant parents can treat a diagnosis of fetal deformity or other form of birth defect almost as if it were death itself. It is not a physical death, but a death of hopes and dreams. Visions of a "normal" childhood — playing games, going to school, growing up and starting families of their own — vanish in a flash. Parents in this moment of despair are often told they should simply go ahead and terminate the pregnancy and get on with their lives.

    The first problem here is that medical opinions can be just that — opinions. There are countless cases of parents who permitted their children to live and found out at birth that the experts were wrong. Also, imagine the horror of the parents who abort their child, only to see that they had destroyed a perfect baby. That is simply too difficult to comprehend.

    Abortions in case of fetal abnormality, however, are just like all other abortions. They take the lives of innocent human beings. Abortions in these cases raise frightening prospects, for if it is all right to kill a disabled person in the womb, could it one day be considered permissible to kill a disabled infant? A disabled adult? The answer is clearly "no" in those cases; why is there any question when the victim is a child in the womb?

    See also "Abortion — NOT Even When the Child Might Have a Disability?" at…

    The mother’s life

    This excuse for allowing abortion sounds reasonable. If the pregnancy is threatening the mother’s life, it would seem that lethal force — an abortion — would be a permissible form of self-defense. The child is not really "attacking" the other, but his presence puts her at risk. It sounds like a good argument, but it simply isn’t true.

    Hundreds of doctors have a signed a statement that puts the situation in perspective. The statement reads, "There is never a situation in the law or in the ethical practice of medicine where a preborn child’s life need be intentionally destroyed by procured abortion for the purpose of saving the life of the mother. A physician must do everything possible to save the lives of both of his patients, mother and child. He must never intend the death of either."

    A tubal (or ectopic) pregnancy, for instance, can indeed be life-threatening. But the treatment, even if it is fatal to the child, is not a "procured abortion." The doctor wants to save the baby, but knows that is unlikely. The baby’s death is an unintended consequence of the physician’s effort to save the mother. There are similar cases involving the treatment of cancer in which the baby’s death can be an unintended consequence. But again, these are medical treatments, not abortion.

    It is important to distinguish between direct abortion, which is the intentional and willed destruction of a preborn child, and a legitimate treatment a pregnant mother may choose to save her life. Operations that are performed to save the life of the mother-such as the removal of a cancerous uterus or an ectopic pregnancy that poses the threat of imminent death-are considered indirect abortions.

    They are justified under a concept called the "principle of double effect." Under this principle, the death of the child is an unintended effect of an operation independently justified by the necessity of saving the mother’s life.

    Essentially, both mother and child should be treated as patients. A doctor should try to protect both. However, in the course of treating a woman, if her child dies, that is not considered abortion.

    "Today it is possible for almost any patient to be brought through pregnancy alive, unless she suffers from a fatal disease such as cancer or leukemia, and if so, abortion would be unlikely to prolong, much less save the life of the mother."

    -Alan Guttmacher, former Planned Parenthood president

    "There are no conceivable clinical situations today where abortion is necessary to save the life of the mother. In fact, if her health is threatened and an abortion is performed, the abortion increases risks the mother will incur regarding her health."

    -Dr. Bernard Nathanson, American Bioethics Advisory Commission

    There is only one purpose for abortion — ending the life of the child. The "life of the mother" situation for abortion is simply bogus.

    See also "Abortion — NOT Even When the Pregnancy Threatens the Life of the Mother?" at…

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    Before I close, I'd like to show that about 2,899 abortions are performed each day. 120 every hour, and 1 every 30 seconds.That is a lot of children dying in the U.S. alone. Less than 1% are rape victims. Most are from those who think a baby is inconvenient in their lives right now, or have been forced to by others (parents, boyfriend, ect.) Sex makes babies, people. If you can't handle the responsibility of taking care of a child, then maybe you should abstain. I'm 22 and am still a virgin, it's not impossible. And if you still mess up, there is always adoption. Why must we kill our children? Let them live. That is more loving than ripping them apart. Remember, by 9 weeks, they can feel it.

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    Steve-C2 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
    Looks like you've got a bit of catch-up to do.  The last thing you made a comment was on the Aftermath of Hephaestus bit.  So, the one following, and I really wanted your comments on it because of the context, is Christmas on Electra.  Then all the stuff that posted after that on the gallery.  Actually from the same series is Lance and Stan meet Rae, and I've said before you might find it a cute story.  I also wrote Post Demeter, which was a clumsy attempt at showing some things.  Certain parts went well, and certain parts ... didn't.

    Also, remember Paradox?  That spawned Faceless and Immortals.  Then there's the odd poem about stars and such.

    Then I did a character study on a minor bit-character from the Dragon Mage series, The Tavern Waitress.

    And some photos.

    Get a new one?  =P  I did.  Heh, long story, I'll note you later.

    Well, yeah.

    In case you didn't notice, the email reply I got that showed your dad's email address as the replier ... well, I wasn't expecting that.

    Oh?  Why not?  :lol:  Oblivion was another "Game of the Year" and came before Skyrim.  That and the one before Oblivion were both on sale for $6.79 on Steam.  I could only get one.

    I'll probably send you a more detailed note on some stuff.

    Also!  I noticed the bit about you writing a fanfic.  Now you must write one involving the DM series!  =P
    Jestloo Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student General Artist
    Nope. I go back in the beginning of October. Actually, I just finished deleting everything I wanted too. Want to link me to the next story you want me to read? I need to do things immediately before I distract myself. (Maybe I should set a time to read one of your things each day this week. Else I just blow a lol of my time away.) I have about 18 sketches, one Luca Story (about the creation of Lucas through Cyrus's view), and one fan fiction to post. (Yes. I caved... :blush:

    But the computer is slow and I don't like using it... :(

    Yeah. It's full of young liberals that all band around each other and feel good about themselves and how smart they are. But, it is easier to get noticed on there... Particularly, if you do fan art.

    I still find it funny that you play it. (Too bad we can't terrorize the land of Skyrim together.) Oblivion is supposed to be really good, from what I hear.
    Steve-C2 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
    Oh, I thought you were out of school later ... was looking forward to when you had time to read some stuff. =P  With all the deleting going on, I'm glad I somewhat spammed you. :D  Looking forward to seeing what you're drawing and writing, though.  And, you should use a real computer ... ;)  I've been debating about going on tumblr myself, but, eh, I don't think I'd have anything worth contributing.  Hope to see some stuff and hope you get a chance to read a bit, then.

    Oh, me?  Eh.  Been playing Skyrim, just bought Oblivion.  Not much else.
    Jestloo Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student General Artist
    Pfft! Classic Steve~ XD 

    sorry about that. ^^; I've been out of school for almost a month now. Keeping mostly to myself as of late and have been forcing myself to visit DA simply to check and delete messages. :blushes: Mostly, I've been drawing and writing like crazy, but with DA being difficult with my iPad, I haven't been on. And thanks to my classmates, I'm now on tumblr and have been post a crap ton of Yu-Gi-Oh! art there. Actually, I've been posting everything on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Tumblr. Honestly, it's just laziness, because it's harder to on DA right now. I was thinking about getting on more this week, since I'm stock at work all next week. (I get out at 10:15 am.) 

    Enough about me. How are you doing? From what I've noticed when I clean my messages, you haven't been real active with posting anything either. You alright?
    Jestloo Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student General Artist
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    hi!  :wave:
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