Murder


Abortion Indoctrination- Anti-Woman, Anti-Human & Ant9-Christ

 

Personhood is the cultural and legal recognition of the equal and unalienable rights of human beings.

 

“Nothing is unchangeable but the inherent and unalienable rights of man.”Thomas Jefferson

 

When the term “person” is applied to a particular class of human beings, it is an affirmation of their individual rights. In other words, to be a person is to be protected by a series of God-given rights and constitutional guarantees such as life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. (What is Personhood? Personhood USA; Copyright 2013. © All Rights reserved.)

 

Abortion is infanticide and infanticide is murder.

 

Robert Smith writes about this kind of murder.

 

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Murder

 

By Robert G. Smith

Sent: 3/22/2015 8:09 PM

 

Murder, in criminal law, is the unjustified killing of one person by another, usually distinguished from man-slaughter by the element of malice aforethought.

 

Most states distinguish between murder in the first degree and murder in the second degree with capital punishment limited to crimes of clear intent.

 

If I as a citizen of the United States have some person threatening my life style, through no fault of their own, and I, after much planning and deliberation, kill that person to rid myself of the threat,  have committed murder in the first degree.

 

In all probability, after a trial by a jury of my peers, I will receive a sentence, which could be life imprisonment or even death.

 

It has been determined by scientists and the Supreme Court that life begins at conception.

 

So we now come to abortion!!

 

Abortion- an induced expulsion of a fetus accompanied by or followed by the death of the fetus.

 

When a woman finds she is pregnant, it is definitely a threat to her life style.

 

She now has two options, she can carry the child inside her to term or she can have an abortion.

 

It does not take a scholar or a genius to know that an abortion takes a great deal of thought and planning.

 

So the question arises, has the woman that opts to have an abortion committed a premeditated [first-degree] murder?

 

Has the doctor that preformed the killing of an innocent child committed first-degree murder?

 

What do you think?

 

By PSG [ret] R.G. Smith

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Edited by John R. Houk

 

© Robert G. Smith

Do Abortions Bring Down Crime Rates?


Unborn Baby 2

 

By Adam David Houk

Edited by: John R. Houk

© March 15, 2011

 

You know how pro-choice people are always saying that abortions are good for crime rates.  Well I looked up some things and made a chart that would throw that idea out of the water.  I have made a chart of crimes per Population as a percentage and the number of abortions per Population as a percentage.  I also included and offset of 10 years to allow for children to come to an age of crime-worthiness.  The results are profound. Look at the chart.

 

Year

Population

# Crimes

Percentage per Population

Abortions

Percentage per Population

PPP offset by 10 years

1960

179,323,175

3,384,200

1.89

     

1961

182,992,000

3,488,000

1.91

     

1962

185,771,000

3,752,200

2.02

     

1963

188,483,000

4,109,500

2.18

     

1964

191,141,000

4,564,600

2.39

     

1965

193,526,000

4,739,400

2.45

     

1966

195,576,000

5,223,500

2.67

     

1967

197,457,000

5,903,400

2.99

     

1968

199,399,000

6,720,200

3.37

     

1969

201,385,000

7,410,900

3.68

     

1970

203,235,298

8,098,000

3.98

     

1971

206,212,000

8,588,200

4.16

     

1972

208,230,000

8,248,800

3.96

     

1973

209,851,000

8,718,100

4.15

744,600

0.35

 

1974

211,392,000

10,253,400

4.85

898,600

0.43

 

1975

213,124,000

11,292,400

5.30

1,034,200

0.49

 

1976

214,659,000

11,349,700

5.29

1,179,300

0.55

 

1977

216,332,000

10,984,500

5.08

1,316,700

0.61

 

1978

218,059,000

11,209,000

5.14

1,409,600

0.65

 

1979

220,099,000

12,249,500

5.57

1,497,700

0.68

 

1980

225,349,264

13,408,300

5.95

1,553,900

0.69

 

1981

229,146,000

13,423,800

5.86

1,577,300

0.69

 

1982

231,534,000

12,974,400

5.60

1,573,900

0.68

 

1983

233,981,000

12,108,600

5.18

1,575,000

0.67

0.35

1984

236,158,000

11,881,800

5.03

1,577,200

0.67

0.43

1985

238,740,000

12,431,400

5.21

1,588,200

0.67

0.49

1986

240,132,887

13,211,869

5.50

1,574,000

0.66

0.55

1987

242,282,918

13,508,700

5.58

1,559,100

0.64

0.61

1988

245,807,000

13,923,100

5.66

1,590,800

0.65

0.65

1989

248,239,000

14,251,400

5.74

1,566,900

0.63

0.68

1990

248,709,873

14,475,600

5.82

1,608,600

0.65

0.69

1991

252,177,000

14,872,900

5.90

1,556,500

0.62

0.69

1992

255,082,000

14,438,200

5.66

1,528,900

0.60

0.68

1993

257,908,000

14,144,800

5.48

1,495,000

0.58

0.67

1994

260,341,000

13,989,500

5.37

1,423,000

0.55

0.67

1995

262,755,000

13,862,700

5.28

1,359,400

0.52

0.67

1996

265,228,572

13,493,863

5.09

1,360,160

0.51

0.66

1997

267,637,000

13,194,571

4.93

1,335,000

0.50

0.64

1998

270,296,000

12,475,634

4.62

1,319,000

0.49

0.65

1999

272,690,813

11,634,378

4.27

1,314,800

0.48

0.63

2000

281,421,906

11,608,072

4.12

1,312,990

0.47

0.65

2001

285,317,559

11,876,669

4.16

1,291,000

0.45

0.62

2002

287,973,924

11,878,954

4.13

1,269,000

0.44

0.60

2003

290,690,788

11,826,538

4.07

1,250,000

0.43

0.58

2004

293,656,842

11,679,474

3.98

1,222,100

0.42

0.55

2005

296,507,061

11,565,499

3.90

1,206,200

0.41

0.52

2006

299,398,484

11,401,511

3.81

   

0.51

2007

301,621,157

11,251,828

3.73

   

0.50

2008

304,374,846

11,160,543

3.67

   

0.49

2009

307,006,550

10,639,369

3.47

   

0.48

           

0.47

           

0.45

           

0.44

           

0.43

           

0.42

           

0.41

 

I took the population of the year and divided it by the parameter and multiplied it by 100.  This gave me a percentage of acts done per person per year (whether it is crime or abortions).

 

My first point to make is that there is no way anyone could use abortions as a means to lower crime as an excuse to legalize it.  This just is not true.  I made an offset of the abortions rate of 10 years because I believe that children are at an age where they are smart enough to get themselves into a lot of trouble, and is also an age in which parents may start to let children roam around more freely.  Looking at this 10 year offset I noticed that both abortions and crime rates steadily increase from (5.18, .35) percent to (5.90, .69) percent.  Where on this offset both start to decrease never again increase for more than 1 consecutive year.

 

This therefore makes more of a connection to abortions increasing the rate of crime than decreasing it.  This should be mind boggling.

 

The only possible reason that I can think of for the opposite connection of the suggested crime rates and abortions is that the suspected people having abortions aren’t the ones having them.  This is those that don’t really want the children.  While it is true that those that have abortions are mostly among the poorer communities we must remember that abortion clinics target those areas purposefully.

 

I would like to make a new suggestion.  Those having abortions are people that have an actual interest in their future, not really the ones that don’t really care about their children, and it is these people that if they had children that have a tendency to change their attitude of self interest in their future to interest in the children’s future and those things that affect their children’s future while those that really only care about now, probably don’t care enough about the future to even bother changing when they have children and have the children anyway.  Therefore those that might have influenced drops in crime rates are not longer being produced while those who add to crime rates aren’t changing their contribution.  As usual no one can make a blanket characterization for all and there will always be exceptions to the rule, but I would like to suggest that this is the majority of abortions.  While it is important to remember this is speculation, I think it is a good one.  I challenge others to come up with a different reason why abortion statistics might be connected with the increase rather than decrease of crime rates.

 

I will always take the stand that Life starts at conception, and I think it has been a callous disregard for life that we sided with the selfishness of convenience. Giving rights for the choice to destroy life while giving scientists the time to prove scientifically whether it is a life or not rather than side on the caution that it might be a life is very tragic.   For when we find out later that it is a life we will have already murdered tens of millions of unborn babies if not hundreds of millions.  That is genocide.