ESH received this from Pro Life Action League and Tom Ciesielka:
911 Call Exposes Planned Parenthood’s Disregard for Patient Health
Pro-Life Action League Releases Revealing Video of Emergency at Aurora Abortion Facility
(April 10, 2014 – Aurora, IL) A disturbing video released by the Pro-Life Action League couples a 911 call from an abortion facility worker with footage of a female patient being hauled away on a stretcher and taken by ambulance from Planned Parenthood in Aurora, IL. The video sheds light on the recent spate of emergencies at abortion clinics around the country.
In the audio recording of the phone call, the emergency operator tries to elicit information about the patient from the Planned Parenthood employee who placed the call. Despite repeated questioning by the 911 dispatcher, the abortion clinic worker would not give critical information about the patient’s condition.
The following is excerpted from the call:
911 dispatcher: Okay, what do you need an ambulance for?
Planned Parenthood staffer: Um, I was just directed by the doctor to call. I’m not sure what’s going on with the patient.
911 dispatcher: Okay, can, can you — I need some sort of information.
Planned Parenthood staffer: I, I —
911 dispatcher: Is there any way —
Planned Parenthood staffer: I honestly —
911 dispatcher: — you can find that out?
Planned Parenthood staffer: Hmmm?
The Planned Parenthood employee’s unconcerned tone has drawn strong reaction from Pro-Life Action League Executive Director Eric Scheidler who declared, “Coming on the heels of a young woman’s death at the hands of an abortionist in Cleveland [at Preterm abortion mill], the recording of this 911 call sheds light on the abortion industry’s pattern of neglect.
This Planned Parenthood staffer has more to say about what entrance paramedics should use than the status of their patient in a health emergency. Is this how Planned Parenthood ‘cares’?”
Scheidler notes that Planned Parenthood didn’t even bother to call 911 when Tonya Reeves was fatally injured during an abortion at one of their Chicago clinics in 2012. He suspects Planned Parenthood doesn’t want pro-life activists to draw attention to what these 911 calls reveal about how abortion endangers women. “By saying as little as possible about an emergency—or simply not bothering to call 911—Planned Parenthood is showing that what they really care about is sheltering their abortion business from public scrutiny.”
ESH has previously informed his readers that Klan Parenthood is the largest domestic terrorist organization in the US, bragging about killing >335,000 preborn babies via surgery annually and >1.4 million via chemical abortions with drugs such as Plan B, ella, Next Step and so forth.
The president of the Maine Pharmacy Association has filed a complaint with state regulators alleging that a Canadian company broke state law by selling him generic drugs from prescriptions that were filled in India, Turkey and Mauritius.
You can be cynical and say, like the Winnipeg (Canadian, eh) attorney, that the complaintant has a financial interest in filing the complaint. What of the 1000s of citizens who don’t know whom to turn to for redress on this matter? What if their meds get lost? Stolen? Damaged? What kind of customer service do they get? Bet it’s not the rectal exam the various state boards of pharmacy give here on the mainland. will they have to call Bombay and speak to someone who can barely speak English? Or not at all? Maybe they have as much a chance of successful outcomes as an abortion mill in NY has of being inspected once every 10 years!
Bet it’s not Jake from State Farm with khakis!
This is an interesting turn of events. Technically, he seems correct in stating that this Canadian firm was using unknown “pharmacies” to fill scripts for Mainers in countries that are not known for the highest quality or stringency in specifications. After all, they don’t have to abide by the burdensome and quantity of rules and regulations facing pharmacists in the US, regardless of what state.
ESH is going to go with safety on this one. Who knows what kind of elephant or goat dung that is proximate to the mortar and pestles in the named countries? It’s only the health of US citizens, right?
The soap opera-like saga of Charlotte Catholic High and its less than catholic students, parents and administration.
The meeting the school had as a follow up last week to the drama surrounding Nashville Dominican Sr Jane Dominic Laurel’s orthodox talk on the natural use of the marital faculty by one man-one woman marriage has not abated.
The local ordinary, Bishop Jugis, in consistent form, has remained on the sidelines, and for the most part silent. Total lack of spiritual direction and leadership.
Southern Orders blog give us more to digest, calling it a fair and balanced report:
There is more afoot now, with some groups trying to show support for Sr Jane Dominic, in a much more Christian and surprising way than the heteroxody and heretical manifestations in Charlotte.
If you wish to send a note of support to Sr Jane Dominic, please do so here…
ESH says stay tuned!
A North Carolina Roman Catholic school is holding a meeting today to address the concerns of parents and students who say they are outraged about remarks a visiting nun made criticizing homosexuality, divorce, and sex outside of marriage during a recent speech.
Dominican Sister Jane Dominic Laurel, who often speaks to high school and college-age students on matters of sexuality, gave an hour-long presentation to students at Charlotte Catholic High School on March 21 called “Masculinity and Femininity: Difference and Gift.” The topic was known in advance by the school.
School officials told the Catholic News Herald she spent about half her allotted time discussing homosexuality, blaming its rising influence in part on fatherless homes created by divorce and extramarital sex.
Sister Laurel is a member of the Dominican Sisters of St Cecilia, often called the Nashville Dominicans, which is an order known for its orthodoxy and fidelity to the Magisterium.
Although the Catholic Church has always held both homosexual behavior and sex outside of marriage to be gravely sinful, students and parents at the Catholic school reacted to her remarks with shock and anger, launching both an online petition and a letter-writing campaign calling the sister’s words “offensive and unnecessarily derogatory.” Was it unspoken anti-Asian racism that sparked this pouring out of bile and venom?
Sr Jane Dominic and her congregation have pro-actively cancelled a planned talk at a May meeting in Ashville, NC for the same diocese and student body.
Inquiries to the school were met with derision from at least one of its teacher representatives. A well known pro-life and devout Catholic doctor from Ohio wrote asking about the situation and the irrational reply to Sr Jane Dominic by the students, a number of parents and faculty. The exchange is below and the reader can judge for themselves that the school respondent, Lauren Lawler, whose Lindedin.com profile lists her as a public school educator, although she has an email account via Charlotte Catholic High.
The same profile states she is a subsitute teacher at St Agnes High School and
“I am a Junior and Senior Religious Studies Teacher. I teach Social Justice, Sacraments, Ecumenism and World Religions, and Christian Lifestyles. I am the moderator of the Invisible Chidlren [sic] club. I am on the committee for books in our schools. I am also a co-chair for the Habitat for Humanities. I help out with Kairos and other Ministry related options. I help out with retreats and Religious Inservices.”
Sounds like she has all the liberal modernist “catholic” boxes checked.
Here’s the exchange ESH alluded to above:
Begin forwarded message:
Another respondent who knows Dr D, a board certified pediatrician of 40 yrs, sent a reply to the email blocking substitute teacher Lauren:
Hello Mrs Lauren:I saw your rude and disrespectful email back to Dr D, who is a well known and faithful Catholic pediatrician and who does NOT have his own “flock”, not just a “Mr D”. When a “Catholic” school like yours becomes a national scandal and news item, it becomes the business and affects all loyal Catholics scandalized by what occurred there during Sr Jane Dominic’s talk.That many in your school, including students in formation, stiff necked refuse to submit to the unchanging teachings of Christ and all the popes that touched on this subject, is shocking and continues to scandalize other faithful all over the US and the world.Block emails if you want, the truth will continue to expose those who violate the teachings against the perverse evil of sodomy and its fake “marriage” promoted by political “gay” groups and individuals.I am also copying your ordinary, Bishop Jugis, on this memo and will be keeping other loyal Catholics apprised of the dreadful and disrespectful manner your crowd recently visited on a guest you invited to speak, Sr Jane Dominic, OP.
And, it is Dr. K, as I earned it.
ESH Bottom line: this substitute teach and many of her students and their NextGen parents are more interested in refusing communion with the unchanging Magisterial doctrines of Christ and His One True Church, and cow-towing to sodomite perverts who incorrectly use the sewer end of the alimentary canal, and showing disrepect and vilification for a religious sister [NB: nuns are in cloistered situations, sisters are women religious outside a cloister] who has shown fidelity to those same teachings and her permanent vows. Rather they make a farce of the grace-filled Sacrament of Marriage, sealed for eternity in its nature in the Genesis account of our first parents.
The nation’s most stringent restrictions on the use of abortion drugs are now temporarily on hold one day after going into effect in Arizona.
A federal appeals court has granted a temporary stay on new regulations that took effect Tuesday. The court ruled Weds afternoon around 4 PM EDT. What is known as the “9th Circus” court, the most liberal in the nation out of San Francisco, is the appeals court.
The ruling came in response to an appeal by Klan Parenthood AZ and other groups after a federal judge in Tucson refused to temporarily block the rules. PP already brags that about 17% — one in every 6 reported abortions in the US–are performed using mifepristone.
The abortion rules were released in January by the Arizona Department of Health Services. They ban women from taking the most common abortion-inducing drug – mifepristone/Mifeprex sometimes known by its antiquated experimental name–RU-486 – after the 7th week of pregnancy. Women had been allowed to take the abortion pill through 9 weeks of pregnancy.
The NEW rules also require that the drug be administered only at the FDA-approved dosage no later than 7 weeks into a pregnancy instead of the present 9 weeks, and that both doses be taken at the clinic. At present, the usual dose is lower and now usually taken at home, increasing chances of a drug misadventure.
Below are chemical structures of mifepristone and its chemical cousin, ella, which is readily available with a prescription and generally no limits at the state level. Mifepristone is also available under the Specialty drug by the trade name of Korlym.
They were spat at, eggs were thrown, and little bags with feces or color. Cables of loud speakers were torn out Pages were ripped out of the bible and used to wipe backsides, then formed into a ball and thrown at the parents. Christians were deeply hurt in this process. At least one banner was snatched and destroyed in front of the eyes of the parents. Marshals were target[ed] with pepper sprays. Shouting by counter-demonstrator[s] made the planned public speaking partly impossible.
Police urged the organizers to dissolve the rally, in order to avoid escalation.
If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them. (Leviticus 20:13)
“Although they know Gods righteous decree that those who do such things deserve death, they not only continue to do these very things but also approve of those who practice them.” (Romans 1:32)
It’s invariably true that a movement will sometimes, despite all assistance to the contrary, actively act and seek to be it’s own worst enemy.
This is particularly true in the scientific matters of the life issues. Now a judge recently upheld AZ’s part of their new pro-life law placing further restictions on mifepristone/Mifeprex. Yet, LSN, inter alia, recalcitrantly insists on calling mifepristone by its antiquated name whose usefulness ended in 1988.
For example, it is a shame LifeSiteNews, author Jill Stanek, NRTL, Ohio RTL and many other groups continue to use the antiquated name “RU 486” when they have been repeatedly educated that drug nomenclature is mifepristone/Mifeprex for this human steroidal anti-progesterone pesticide.
Experimental naming conventions (e.g. RU486) are dropped once a drug comes to market; mifepristone came to market in 1988. That’s 26 YEARS AGO!
This makes pro life sources look like rubes who are not up to date with scientific info. Are there not enough other difficulties in the life battles to be stiff necked and irasicble on such topics? ESH has strived to fraternally coax and educate these folks.
Here’s part of the exchange with Jill:
.@EastSideHunky I’m using the name most ppl know. And it’s more twitter friendly.
— Jill Stanek (@JillStanek) November 4, 2013
Seriously? It’s more “Twitter friendly”? Gimme an inaccurate break! Aristotle stated small errors in the beginning lead to large errors in the end. Let’s clean it up in aisel 4, Jill, LSN and all those clingers who cannot give up using unscientific, inaccurate and outdated info.
Here’s what LSN editor Steve Jalsavac stated before banning ESH from making any further comments (none of them profane or disrespectful) on the website:
Steve Jalsevac’s comment is in reply to Conscience PFLI:
You have it wrong pharmaceutically on the nomenclature…RU486 is an alternate name, the experimental name. The correct name is mifepristone (generic) or the trade …
Steve Jalsevac’s comment is in reply to Conscience PFLI:
You don’t have to be, but you have to be accurate.
And the term is pharmaceutical, medical has to do with diagnosis and treatment …
‘We are not a medical journal”? Seriously? What does scientific precision and accuracy have to do with what category of journalism you find yourself reporting as? ESH, says nothing.
Let’s stop being our own worst enemies folks. It’s hard for the low info voters to take pro-life seriously, especially when we are shooting ourselves in the foot. Why is it important? Because it reflects on the accuracy and precision of what pro-life does and says regarding a powerful steroid that Klan Parenthood says is used in about 17% of the 1.2 million supposedly estimated annual abortions in the US.
Here’s more info on mifepristone and how the drug ella, available by prescription at any willing pharmacy, is nearly identical chemically to mifepristone. Wonder why the FDA put lots of restictions on one and is loosey goosey with the other?