Saturday, June 30, 2018

Time to make Roe vs Wade the law worldwide

The police of the world have better things to do than to pursue traumatized young women and health care workers and put them in prison like in much of the most violent countries in Latin America

Most Americans support Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion rights, a new survey shows.
The Kaiser Family Foundation poll of 1,492 Americans found that 67 percent support the ruling that legalized abortion rights for the whole country, while 29 percent would like the Supreme Court to overturn it.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Why children in cages

Obviously, the children that slept in cages were in the cages to protect them from rampaging sexual predators.   Hundreds of children rampaging during the night would be absolute disaster.

Where are the fathers?
Are there only children with mothers?
Back from a medical vacation that was no fun at all..

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

The adults won the vote in Ireland.

The adults won the vote in  Ireland.

Unplanned pregnancies are a  worldwide social issue that is in every society on earth from the beginning of time til the end of time.

Laws will just encourage lawlessness.

Time for police and the courts and leaders to spend their time on real issues.  Time for disconnected leaders to focus on fathering and parenting and the importance of males taking responsibility in the worldwide struggle for adult parenting of all children

Friday, May 25, 2018

Today Ireland is voting whether to legalize abortion

Today Ireland is voting whether to legalize abortion in the first 6 months of pregnancy.

Let's hope the adults win out.  The police have better things to worry about than going after young women and health care workers!

It's time for religious leadership to grow up and focus on adult fathering and adult relationships and adult parenting and responsible adult leadership.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Widening the gap

The entire abortion meme is widening the catastrophic worldwide gap between the haves and the have nots.  The have nots are living in the gutter and are fodder for terrorist groomers, the sex trade, and other forms of slavery

Friday, May 11, 2018

"Life" and abortion are about young women and their death struggle to reach adulthood not about trillions of fertilized eggs rotting in the sewers and cesspools of the world

Not all young women grow up in secure 2 parent subcultures where everyone looks out for everyone's children  And where everyone follows the rules as well as the laws.  And children grow up to be responsible happy adults.  Throughout history, every happy successful culture has not only the laws but the rules of civilized behavior.  Results speak volumes.  Every culture needs to look at their results and take responsibility

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Lessons of prohibition

The Noble Experiment
When the Prohibition era in the United States began on January 19, 1920, a few sage observers predicted it would not go well. Certainly, previous attempts to outlaw the use of alcohol in American history had fared poorly. When a Massachusetts town banned the sale of alcohol in 1844, an enterprising tavern owner took to charging patrons for the price of seeing a striped pig—the drinks came free with the price of admission. When Maine passed a strict prohibition law in 1851, the result was not temperance, but resentment among the city's working class and Irish immigrant population. A deadly riot in Portland in 1855 lead to the law's repeal. Now, Prohibition was being implemented on a national scale, and being enshrined in the Constitution no less. What followed was a litany of unintended consequences.
"Cat and Mouse"
Prohibition led to many more unintended consequences because of the cat and mouse nature of Prohibition enforcement. While the Eighteenth Amendment prohibited the manufacture, sale and transportation of intoxicating beverages, it did not outlaw the possession or consumption of alcohol in the United States. The Volstead Act, the federal law that provided for the enforcement of Prohibition, also left enough loopholes and quirks that it opened the door to myriad schemes to evade the dry mandate.
One of the legal exceptions to the Prohibition law was that pharmacists were allowed to dispense whiskey by prescription for any number of ailments, ranging from anxiety to influenza. Bootleggers quickly discovered that running a pharmacy was a perfect front for their trade. As a result, the number of registered pharmacists in New York State tripled during the Prohibition era.
Because Americans were also allowed to obtain wine for religious purposes, enrollments rose at churches and synagogues, and cities saw a large increase in the number of self-professed rabbis who could obtain wine for their congregations.
The law was unclear when it came to Americans making wine at home. With a wink and a nod, the American grape industry began selling kits of juice concentrate with warnings not to leave them sitting too long or else they could ferment and turn into wine. Home stills were technically illegal, but Americans found they could purchase them at many hardware stores, while instructions for distilling could be found in public libraries in pamphlets issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The law that was meant to stop Americans from drinking was instead turning many of them into experts on how to make it.
The trade in unregulated alcohol had serious consequences for public health. As the trade in illegal alcohol became more lucrative, the quality of alcohol on the black market declined. On average, 1000 Americans died every year during the Prohibition from the effects of drinking tainted liquor.

The Greatest Consequence
The effects of Prohibition on law enforcement were also negative. The sums of money being exchanged during the dry era proved a corrupting influence in both the federal Bureau of Prohibition and at the state and local level. Police officers and Prohibition agents alike were frequently tempted by bribes or the lucrative opportunity to go into bootlegging themselves. Many stayed honest, but enough succumbed to the temptation that the stereotype of the corrupt Prohibition agent or local cop undermined public trust in law enforcement for the duration of the era.
The growth of the illegal liquor trade under Prohibition made criminals of millions of Americans. As the decade progressed, court rooms and jails overflowed, and the legal system failed to keep up. Many defendants in prohibition cases waited over a year to be brought to trial. As the backlog of cases increased, the judicial system turned to the "plea bargain" to clear hundreds of cases at a time, making a it common practice in American jurisprudence for the first time.
The greatest unintended consequence of Prohibition however, was the plainest to see. For over a decade, the law that was meant to foster temperance instead fostered intemperance and excess. The solution the United States had devised to address the problem of alcohol abuse had instead made the problem even worse. The statistics of the period are notoriously unreliable, but it is very clear that in many parts of the United States more people were drinking, and people were drinking more.
There is little doubt that Prohibition failed to achieve what it set out to do, and that its unintended consequences were far more far reaching than its few benefits.

Watch out for solutions that end up worse than the problems they set out to solve.

Banning abortion was meant to  be positive but ended up with negative consequences for society as a whole, there are no positives of any kind that I can find, and anti abortion laws have caused nothing but chaos, poverty and misery. 

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Making abortion 100% legal worldwide will cause fewer late term abortions

Making abortion 100% legal worldwide will result in more adult fathering, more adult parenting, more adult to adult sex,  more access to wonderful reproductive care, young women and young men  making responsible adult choices for themselves, and fewer late term abortions.

Friday, May 4, 2018


Maybe it's time to check out the DNA of all aborted fetuses in Iowa, find out who the father is, and put the father in prison!

And finance a whole lot of police to chase them down.

Fill Iowa prisons with the fathers of abortion, not just the mostly troubled, vulnerable young women!

Guaranteed to make the abortion rate go down!

Hold all fathers accountable for fatherlessness NOW

Iowa set to ban abortions in Iowa after 6 weeks (no law will stop one single abortion) Back to locking young women up???

Iowa is moving forward, are they going to incarcerate young helpless women for 20 years in prison like the elites do in El Salvador???

Time to legalize abortion worldwide and spend money on something useful.......a partial ban will not do, because of the social stigma and the inhibiting of health care workers.

Any and all restrictions will mean the most vulnerable will be left out in the back alleys of despair and depression and sexual predation and violence and poverty and fatherlessness

Time for Iowa to grow up and put their resources into something that encourages adult fathering, not encourage fatherlessness.

It's very possible that making abortion 100% legal will result in more adult fathering, more adult parenting, more adult to adult sex,  more access to wonderful reproductive care, and fewer abortions.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018


OPINIONITIS - An incurable, horrible disease that unfortunately I have suffered from for most of my life, it appears to be getting worse due to the social media and the internet.  Naturally, nothing is ever, ever, never my fault.

An argument can be made that legalizing abortion worldwide as well as banning polygamy will decrease birth defects

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Polygamy skyrockets birth defects

There is growing evidence to support the fact that inbreeding in the polygamous immigrant community is to blame, at least in part, for the dramatic rise in stillborn babies, early deaths and learning difficulties. 
Associated learning difficulties include neurological problems, heart, kidney, lung or liver failure, blindness and/or deafness.

In the UK as a whole, polygamous immigrants account for 3.4% of births, yet they are responsible for 30% of all birth defects at enormous cost to society

Parallels between the “lost boys” of FLDS polygamists and the lost youths of polygyny

“Lost boys” is a term used for young men who have been excommunicated or pressured to leave polygamous FLDS groups.
They are pressured to leave by older adult men to reduce competition for wives within such sects, usually when the boys are between the ages of 13 and 21. The 13 to 21 years are critical in the development of child to adult. Many boys are banished for misconduct such as talking to a girl or watching television! (Sound familiar?) These boys have little ability to deal with such catastrophic rejection.
Up to 1,000 teenage boys have been taken from their parents under various ruses and thrown out of their communities by a small, polygamous sect to make more young women available for older men, Utah officials claim.
Utah officials say they were thrown out to make more young girls available for older men in the sect.
These “Lost Boys”, some as young as 13, have been dumped on the side of the road in Arizona and Utah, and told they will never see their families again and never go to heaven.
Authorities say that the boys “are dropped off in neighboring towns, facing hunger, homelessness, and homesickness, and most cripplingly, a belief in a future of suffering and darkness”.
The ripple effect of tossed out “lost boys” goes far beyond the event itself. The chaos of this inexcusable act will destabilize the entire community.
The ripple effect of such catastrophic rejection spreads throughout the community just as surely as the ongoing similar catastrophic expulsion of young males spreads throughout the polygamous world of international terrorism

Anti abortion religious stigma

Religious stigma affects those on the bottom of the ladder, while elites have the resources to do whatever they need to

Broken chaotic fathering of tribalistic polygamy

The ruling class elites of polygamy take all available young women, thus creating the need to rid themselves of excess low status throwaway males

Osama bin Laden’s billionaire elite father fathered a total of 54 children by 22 wives (21 throwaway castoff males just by this one person plus 18 abandoned women). Mohammed bin Laden never had more than four wives at a time—throwing out his older wives and marrying new younger ones as desired to limit the number of current wives to four. Mohammed was planning to wed a 23rd wife the night he died, and was heading there when his company plane crashed in southwest Saudi Arabia. Mohammed bin Laden was said to have so many children he hardly knew their names.
Mohammed bin Laden was assuredly an absentee, uninvolved, fractured father who undoubtedly had a long line of uninvolved fractured fathers in his ancestral history.
Broken chaotic fathering of tribalistic polygamy, children raised by isolated, abandoned, subjugated, traumatized women assuredly gave rise to the atrocity of 9/11.
The 9/11 terrorist act was not about poverty or lack of money, because Osama's father was rich.
The poverty was in the fathering.
The nihilistic, immature fight to the death for sex by polygynous cultures causes terrorism, gang warfare, inner city street violence and worldwide poverty. 
The ruling class elites of polygamy need to continually throw out the throwaway young males, the "lost boys" of all forms of tribalistic polygamy so the old bull elites have all the young girls for themselves.
 The absence of a mature, nurturing, involved exceptionalist father leads immature "lost boys" to nihilistic depravities of organized terrorism, gangs, sexual slavery, and mindless violence.

Monday, April 30, 2018

Every single young woman on the planet deserves total reproductive care - no exceptions

Poverty will slow, violence will tank, happiness will rise

Adult parenting and adult fathering and adult to adult 2 adult sex contribute a vital role in youths growing up to be responsible adults

"..........many killers had been sexually abused in their youth (Arthur Shawcross, Aileen Wuornos, Henry Lee Lucas (unsubstantiated), Otis Toole, John Gacy) it rarely is so directly relative to the modus operandi to killing, and rather serves simply to create a sexual insecurity that the killer compensates with for their Power/Control motives.............."

Many killers were sexually abused in their youth. It's vital that adult fathering protect youth from sexual predation

Any and all laws that keep children from having responsible adult parents will have repercussions.

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Time to legalize abortion and reproductive health

Time to legalize abortion worldwide and spend money on something useful.......a partial ban will not do, because of the social stigma and the inhibiting of health care workers.

Any and all restrictions will mean the most vulnerable will be left out in the back alleys of despair and sexual predation and violence and poverty and fatherlessness

Time for law enforcement to put their resources where it belongs.

Naturally, there will be all kinds of problems, but the result of increasing powerful adult fathering will CHANGE THE WORLD FOR THE BETTER, terrorism will shrink, gang warfare will disappear, more children will be HAPPIER and high functioning

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Why is Venezuela such a disaster? Because it puts young women and health care workers in prison for abortion??? Thus causing chaotic fatherlessness?

Illegal abortion is killing horrifying numbers of women in Venezuela - 

Alejandra knew she was committing a crime when she spent $50 to purchase four abortion pills on the black market in Caracas. If caught, she risked six months to two years in a Venezuelan prison.

Prison time for buying abortion pills?

Region has experienced 2.5 million murders since 2000 and report paints bleak picture of extreme violence and deteriorating security. Published: 26 Apr 2018. 'Breathtaking homicidal violence': Latin America in grip of murder crisis · Not welcome in Colombia, indigenous migrants stuck at border after fleeing Venezuela.

The tens of thousands of Venezuelans who have found refuge in Brazil in recent years are walking proof of a worsening humanitarian crisis that their government claims does not exist.
They also constitute an exodus that is straining the region’s largely generous and permissive immigration policies. Earlier this month, Trinidad deported more than 80 Venezuelan asylum seekers. In Colombian and Brazilian border communities, local residents have attacked Venezuelans in camps.
During the early months of this year, 5,000 Venezuelans were leaving their homeland each day, according to the United Nations. At that rate, more Venezuelans are leaving home each month than the 125,000 Cuban exiles who fled their homes during the 1980 Mariel boat crisis and transformed South Florida.
If the current rate remains steady, more than 1.8 million Venezuelans could leave by the end of this year, joining the estimated 1.5 million who have fled the economic crisis to rebuild their lives abroad.

“Prohibition does not reduce the need and the number of abortions; it merely increases the risks to the health and life of women and girls who resort to unsafe and illegal services,” says the UN............

Time to legalize all abortion worldwide and spend money on something useful.......a partial ban will not do, because of the social stigma and inhibiting of health care workers.

Fatherlessness leads to homelessness, homelessness leads to fatherlessness, violence and instability.........the number of fatherless waifs running amok in the back alleys of the world appears to be skyrocketing - most will grow up in violence, poverty, nisery and instability

The Law of unintended consequences is hard at work in Latin America and other troubled areas:

.........In the social sciencesunintended consequences (sometimes unanticipated consequences or unforeseen consequences) are outcomes that are not the ones foreseen and intended by a purposeful action. 
Unintended consequences can be grouped into three types:

  • Unexpected benefit: A positive unexpected benefit (also referred to as luckserendipity or a windfall).
  • Unexpected drawback: An unexpected detriment occurring in addition to the desired effect of the policy (e.g., while irrigation schemes provide people with water for agriculture, they can increase waterborne diseases that have devastating health effects, such as schistosomiasis).
  • Perverse result: A perverse effect contrary to what was originally intended (when an intended solution makes a problem worse). This is sometimes referred to as 'backfire'.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon

Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon by Ken Keyes Jr.

The Japanese monkey, Macaca fuscata, had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years.

In 1952, on the island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes dropped in the sand. The monkeys liked the taste of the raw sweet potatoes, but they found the dirt unpleasant. An 18-month-old female named Imo found she could solve the problem by washing the potatoes in a nearby stream. She taught this trick to her mother. Her playmates also learned this new way and they taught their mothers too.

This cultural innovation was gradually picked up by various monkeys before the eyes of the scientists. Between 1952 and 1958 all the young monkeys learned to wash the sandy sweet potatoes to make them more palatable. Only the adults who imitated their children learned this social improvement. Other adults kept eating the dirty sweet potatoes.

Then something startling took place. In the autumn of 1958, a certain number of Koshima monkeys were washing sweet potatoes - the exact number is not known.

Let us suppose that when the sun rose one morning there were 99 monkeys on Koshima Island who had learned to wash their sweet potatoes. Let's further suppose that later that morning, the hundredth monkey learned to wash potatoes.


By that evening almost everyone in the tribe was washing sweet potatoes before eating them. The added energy of this hundredth monkey somehow created an ideological breakthrough!

But notice. A most surprising thing observed by these scientists was that the habit of washing sweet potatoes then jumped over the sea

Colonies of monkeys on other islands and the mainland troop of monkeys at Takasakiyama began washing their sweet potatoes.

Thus, when a certain critical number achieves an awareness, this new awareness may be communicated from mind to mind. Although the exact number may vary, this Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon means that when only a limited number of people know of a new way, it may remain the conscious property of these people. But there is a point at which if only one more person tunes-in to a new awareness, a field is strengthened so that this awareness is picked up by almost everyone!

All mammal eggs release zinc sparks, this has nothing to do with the eternal soul

".......For the first time, scientists have proven that when a human egg is fertilized, it releases what are called zinc sparks. Upon fertilization, calcium increases and zinc is rapidly released. When this happens, the zinc joins itself to small, light-emitting molecule probes. In other words, it creates a microscopic flash of light.

Currently, during the in vitro fertilization (IVF) process, doctors don't know how viable a fertilized egg or embryo is until pregnancy occurs. But if scientists are able to develop a way to measure zinc sparks without harming the zygote, it could be a game changer.
"This means if you can look at the zinc spark at the time of fertilization, you will know immediately which eggs are the good ones to transfer in in vitro fertilization," Teresa Woodruff, one of the study's senior authors and a Northwestern University professor of obstetrics and gynecology, said in a news release.

Zinc sparks fly from mouse eggs as well as human eggs at fertilization

Zinc ‘sparks’ fly from egg within minutes of fertilization

NIH-funded study of animal eggs reveals major role for metal.
At fertilization, a massive release of the metal zinc appears to set the fertilized egg cell on the path to dividing and growing into an embryo, according to the results of animal studies supported by the National Institutes of Health.
The zinc discharge follows the egg cell’s steady accumulation of zinc atoms in the developmental stages before fertilization. The researchers documented the discharge by bathing the eggs in a solution that gives off light when exposed to zinc. They referred to the zinc discharge and accompanying light flash as zinc sparks.

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Germany faces pressure from anti abortionists that will bring misery and poverty to those most in need

Germany, the land of my awesome grandfather, faces pressure from anti abortionists.  Hang in there, Germany, don't give in to the clever double talk.  Anti abortion laws will contribute to fatherlessness, homeless, poverty, violence and misery

...."For Chantal Louis of Emma magazine, the 1995 compromise has left the pro-choice camp open to attack from anti-abortion groups, funded by US Christian fundamentalist groups. Many German feminists, says Louis, are fearful that battle they won risks being rolled back.
“We have a younger generation who don’t know the battles of the 1960s and 1970s, or the horror stories from before that,” she said. Anti-abortion campaigner Alexandra Linder agrees that the abortion debate in Germany is heating up again. She is hopeful of finding new allies among anti-abortion MPs in the far-right populist Alternative für Deutschland (AfD).So what does she say to a woman who demands the right to choose what happens to her body?“A child is not a part of a woman’s body,” she said. “It is a self-contained person who has to live in a woman for nine months.”
Urban versus rural
Back at Pro Familia, counsellor Andreas Ritter says that, for all the complications, he is relieved that women in Germany have access to a clean, medical procedure.
But the situation in big cities like Berlin is far more comfortable than in rural areas and conservative southern Germany, he says, where it is increasingly difficult to find doctors in general, let alone one willing to perform the procedure.“For a woman on a low income outside a large city, her access to that law is not equal to others,” he said.
In 1926, Germany’s first abortion law was passed in the Reichstag. On a recent morning, eight decades later, dozens of women have gathered before the same building. They are carrying signs with slogans – “My Body, My Decision” – that many thought belonged to another era.
They are here to hand into the German parliament a petition with 150,000 signatures demanding an end to the Nazi-era law under which Dr Kristina Hänel was convicted.
“This law stands in the way of the right of women to information on the issue of termination of pregnancy,” said Dr Hänel to the crowd, demanding politicians act to abolish the Nazi shadow from Germany’s abortion legislation. “If there is one more lazy compromise, we will take this to the constitutional court.”
About 50m from the pro-choice group, separated by police, some two dozen people are also holding signs, reading “Prevent Abortion Advertising”.
After years in deep freeze, Germany’s uneasy abortion compromise is thawing again.

Abortion, legal or illegal, is here to stay in every country on earth

Someone I know worked in a woman's ward in a local hospital before Roe vs Wade in 1973.  
The ward was mostly composed of young women suffering horrific injuries from botched abortions.  
Abortion, legal or illegal, is here to stay in every country on earth
Law enforcement has better things to deal with
Religious leaders have to consider the negative chaos and anger that their push for unenforceable anti abortion laws generates.  

The role that anti abortion laws play in the poverty directly caused by the scourge of fatherlessness is enough to give leaders pause. 

Laws have never stopped abortion, never have and never will. 

Fatherlessness is at the core of poverty, terrorism, gang warfare, the sex trade, the list goes on and on..........

In every subculture on earth, the amount of fatherlessness is directly connected to poverty

Time to make Roe vs Wade the law worldwide

The police of the world have better things to do than to pursue traumatized young women and health care workers and put them in prison like ...