Pro-aborts are continuing to take advantage of late-term abortionist George Tiller’s murder to shut pro-life activists up through intimidation or abortion-friendly political force.
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Sorry, Cecile. Requests by the largest chain of abortion mills in the U.S. to stop protesting them are wasted.
Remember, there has never been a more pro-abortion president, and both houses of Congress are currently run by pro-aborts. In addition, the White House is stuffed with members of the abortion industry.
The attempts to intimidate are greater than ever….

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And, of course, there is the pro-abortion media.
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Add this all together, and these are perilous times for pro-life activism.
I will restate what I wrote the other day. Do not blink. Go on about your pro-life activism business. And don’t let anyone attempt to take away your First Amendment rights.
Sage words from Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life:

I have been asked what I think the biggest negative effect of this killing will be on our pro-life movement. Does it tar the movement’s reputation? Yes, it does, despite the fact that those who kill abortionists are always disconnected from pro-life organizations. Does it make the government reach too far in clamping down on First Amendment activity against abortion? Yes, it does and it will.
But those are not the biggest dangers.
The biggest danger is the enemy within. It is the fear and self-doubt to which we can all too easily fall victim. It is the voice inside that makes us feel guilty for saying “Abortion is murder” or “Abortion is a holocaust” or “The babies who are being killed need to be defended now.” It is the fear inside that keeps us from going out to the abortion mills and intervening to save the children scheduled to be killed there each day.
The biggest danger is that some will listen to those in the pro-abortion movement who try to lay blame for violence on us and who, as one person wrote on my blog, think that saying “Abortion is murder” should be prosecuted because it leads to violence against abortionists….
This is no time to shrink back from the reality of what is going on every day in abortion. Children are being killed, and the reason it continues is that too many of our fellow citizens are blind to it.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in his Letter from the Birmingham Jail, responded to criticisms that the civil rights activists were fomenting violence. No, he said. That’s like saying the person who owns money is fomenting the activity of the robber. To expose the violence that is already occurring, to call it what it is, and to sound the alarm that it has to stop, is not to foment violence.
The pro-life movement is a movement of non-violence. As Ghandi and Dr. King taught, and as we teach, non-violence is not passivity, and it is not obscurity. It is a force. It is a clear and strong response against violence, in whatever form that violence takes.
Let the outcry against Tiller’s murder be loud and clear. And let the outcry against the murders he committed – and that other abortionists commit – be loud and clear as well.

Here’s a reminder from Fr. Pavone of the caliber of people we’re dealing with, words from George Tiller’s own mouth explaining the late-term abortion procedure he committed, with no qualms whatsoever.
Also hear Tiller himself brag he had murdered over 60,000 preborn babies and that his “area of expertise and major interest” was late-term abortions.

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