Thursday, February 3, 2011

Oops, they did it again....

A second video has been released showing yet another Planned Parenthood worker aiding and abetting underage sex trafficking.

Think about what underage sex trafficking is. It is one of the greatest evils I can imagine.

Any feminists out there want to condemn the actions of these Planned Parenthood affiliates who willingly help perpetuate the misery and serial rape of little girls?

Anyone care to speculate why it takes an ordinary citizen, Lila Rose, to uncover these horrors instead of the mainstream media (who have plenty of investigative journalists, I believe)?

Any idea why Lila Rose is being slammed (instead of lauded) by liberal feminists and others who claim to champion the cause of women and children?

I am outraged and baffled.... this is one of those things that make my brain twist, trying to understand why all decent people are not up in arms and demanding action.

Help?


(If you'd like to tune in to a webcast tonight as many pro-life leaders discuss the sex trafficking scandal, go here for info.)

26 comments:

  1. I think we should begin calling the feminist organizations and demanding they speak out now. There's nothing like a little peer pressure....

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  2. You know, even if I gave PP the benefit of the doubt and assumed that the people on these videos were just "rogue employees" who were not acting as PP would want them to... I would still think that PP really needs to re-evaluate their hiring practices and/or implement some stringent training about what to do if someone comes in and indicates they want to break the law. (1. Treat it seriously, even if you suspect a hoax. 2. Call the police. Do not pass GO, do not collect $200. Make an excuse, leave the room, call the police. 3. Stall until the police arrive, collecting as much identifiable information from the person as possible in case s/he gets spooked and leaves before the police get there.)

    I really hope Amy Woodruff is indicted, arrested, and charged as a result of these videos. She deserves jail time for aiding and abetting alleged sex traffickers.

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  3. What really boggles my mind is, if this follows the pattern that Lila Rose has developed, nothing at all will happen.

    My hope, though, is that because Cecile Richards brought the press into this early without knowing what she was stepping into, we will see bigger repercussions.

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  4. Aren't people always slammed for speaking the truth??

    Maybe someday we'll see a change otherwise.

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  5. God have mercy on our country...

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  6. We caught her on FoxNews briefly last night - I had just spent an hour watching all the videos on her site. I couldn't believe that PP was so evil. I mean, I KNEW they were...but I couldn't imagine another woman sitting there KNOWING that young girls were being forced into sex and not DOING anything about it. Even LAUGHING and blowing it off. It blew my mind. And Hubby's - I kept shouting at him in the other room and telling him insane the videos were...

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  7. Ugh... this was local. Not that it matters. It's not like it would be better if it happened in another city. It just makes me ill knowing this is literally happening in our community. :(

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  8. Lauren - HA! Good one!

    This is the ELEVENTH video Lila has released in at least 5 different states. PP keeps saying these employees are anomalies, yet Live Action keeps busting them all over the country. Even Abby Johnson fesses up to it: http://www.abbyjohnson.org/2011/02/house-of-cards/

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  9. I still stand by Planned Parenthood. I notice none of you seem dissuaded in your faith despite the filthy, despicable sex scandals that continue to appear in the Catholic Church.

    Here's to all us being staunch supporters of what we believe in.

    -miss g

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  10. Miss Gwen, are you saying that the "filthy, despicable sex scandals" of Planned Parenthood is simply an anomaly and not representative of PP's overall philosophy?

    Because we utterly reject the "filthy, despicable sex scandals" of deviant priests.

    Do you utterly reject the evil that those women did in being willing to aid and abet the sex slavery of little girls?

    I haven't heard you denounce it. Please, can I hear you denounce it? Don't you care about young girls who are in the worst pit of hell (sex slavery)? Why didn't those PP women care? Doesn't that bother you? Denounce it, Miss G. It should be easy, just like we denounce the deviant priests.

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  11. PP is only about the money. They are in a business of making money, so they could care less how the girls get pregnant and what situation they are under: they don't care. Have you ever heard of PP coming foreward with any of the horrific stories they hear day in and day out and reporting it to the authorities to protect a violated young girl's rights? NO, they have not. They are agents of evil.

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  12. Please don't misunderstand - I am adamantly pro-life and no supporter of PP. However, the story I read said that Planned Parenthood called the police to report the "pimp." If that is true, then there really isn't a story here, in my opinion. I haven't watched the video so maybe there is more there than I realize, but to me is sounds like they played along to his face and then turned the guy in?

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  13. Anonymous... I heard this on the news this morning. If this is the case, then you're right, I don't think there is a story here. I sure hope this is sorted out... I'd like to believe PP isn't ignoring/aiding trafficking here.

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  14. Miss Gwen.. when a scandal broke out locally, Catholics were enraged. Trust me when I say that devout Catholics went head to head with our diocese in a horrible lawsuit to get justice.

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  15. Anonymous,
    If PP reported the "pimp" immediately as they claim, why was the PP worker fired AFTER the video was released? I hope the reporters investigate PP's claim.

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  16. Anon, I think that is what they are trying to claim. But the problem is that if they wanted this guy arrested, she would have stepped out for a minute and called police, then talked to him more while waiting for the cops.

    Unfortunately, it sounded like the young PP lady was very comfortable with what she was saying, and not nervous at all. As if she says it a lot.

    But, of course there is that very small chance that the lady was horrified and called the cops. I am not gonna bet on that, but I will concede the point if it's true.

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  17. http://www.examiner.com/humanist-in-national/planned-parenthood-victim-of-human-trafficking-video-hoax

    Here's something from a pro-abortion side, but it proves nothing. It looks to me like Celie Richards was getting wind of a similar sting as the ACORN stings, and decided to act horrified. It doesn't say that the lady in Virginia called the FBI. I think she was acting just as she was trained, and consistent with PP philosophy, and I think that Celie Richards was using regular PP tactics (ask Abby Johnson) to turn the tables when PP was caught. All PR moves. PP is good at PR.

    Again, if I'm wrong, I'll admit it. But until then, I am going to assume we haven't heard the last of the undercover videos (which You Tube is of course threatening to pull).

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  18. Interesting updates... I hope this gets cleared up. We need to know what's going on here! The lady said it in the video "This is a medical facility." Uh-huh, okay, well then they need to be held accountable accordingly.

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  19. http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/three-more-virginia-planned-parenthood-clinics-caught-aiding-sex-trafficker

    More videos released today. Seems the employees are all consistent. I'm guessing the higher-ups got wind of things and decided to call the FBI because they knew they were gonna get burned.

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  20. Wow, did someone just identify Planned Parenthood as being analogous to a two thousand year old Church and theology that two billion people worldwide trust their souls to? I guess the pro-abort culture really is its own religion.

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  21. What benefit does Planned Parenthood give to women? Miss Gwen please give me a list of pros and cons of PP as you see it. Were your ancestors supporters of the holocaust and slavery? If not why are you supporting the slavery and holocaust of our day, just not in as obvious of a form to some. Just curious.

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  22. Miss Gwen, I am drawn to you because of your honesty. After counseling many women who are post abortive they all see children as a burden because their parents, being either prochoice or post abortive, saw them as a burden. Not by what is said, but by the beliefs one's parents hold or by what they have done. Why is it that you see these babies as a burden? Also, why do we as feminists have to alter our reproductive rights to meet the demands of the man's world? Why do we not make laws to support our right to work and be able to have children? A woman can still be valued and admired, even to a higher extent, by being pro life. How is pro choice being pro woman if the woman has to be altered physically, emotionally, and spiritually through abortion?

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  23. Anon, great questions.

    And, here is the latest from Jill Stanek about the PP scandal:

    http://www.jillstanek.com/2011/02/planned-parenthood-response-to-sex-trafficking-sting-shows-institutional-corruption-at-highest-levels/

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  24. Leila, I just remembered a conversation I had with a liberal where he argued that "prostitution really shouldn't be criminal because it's consensual." I wonder if deep down the feminists and media believe the same. The underage aspect of this proposal though, is what is most disturbing. However, since so many young girls are sexually active these days, perhaps they don't see underage sex as criminal either? 'Just my guess...

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  25. Feminism is kind of off in all directions, caught in a trap of its own making. On the one hand there is the feminism that rails against the "objectification of women", that protests everything from barbie dolls to beer commercials. On the other hand there is the feminism that pushes what it calls "owning your sexuality" which somehow in the image inversion between retina and brain ends up involving a process in which said sexuality is given away to as many people as possible. Feminists aren't sure if they should be men or sex-vixens, if they should eradicate sex-difference or celebrate it. Motherhood is sacred to them but so is abortion. Women should be geniuses of logic and yet defy phallogocentric systems of thought and celebrate illogic and emotion. Men should get in touch with their feminine sides by trying to put themselves in women's shoes, but on the other hand must never "appropriate" their voices by doing so.

    Thus feminism it is the most pathologically insane of all human philosophies, contradicting itself at every turn and pulling in every direction at once. It's like a mutant cat with six arseholes and no head.

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