Friday, March 04, 2011

A Voice From The Womb

Will anyone listen? Will anyone listen to the fact that all Americans have inalienable rights, even little ones?

By de Andréa

They had no one to speak for them so now they are speaking for themselves…

In the wake of the scissors wielding doctor in Philadelphia murdering thousands of babies after they were born, there has been a revival in the basic right to life issue in America. Although the holocaust of Philadelphia was recently uncovered, it is just a real life example of the secret death chambers that make up a billion dollar American industry.

There is a new suit against Roe v Wade in the Supreme Court and a bill in Ohio called the Heartbeat Bill. It is interesting that the infamous Roe v Wade ruling by the Supreme Court had a stipulation that if ever it could be proven that life began at conception, the Roe v Wade ruling would automatically become void.

A voice from the Womb
An Ohio House committee has received testimony from the youngest people ever to do so in America.

Proof of life
It may not yet be legal proof that life begins at conception, but certainly if there is a heart beat it is legal and medical proof of life. In any medical journal or text book, if one has a heartbeat one is considered, to be alive.

State lawmakers in Ohio are considering the "Heartbeat Bill," which would prohibit aborting of babies who have a detectable heartbeat, which is medically evident as early as six weeks into a pregnancy, this is most often before one is even aware of the pregnancy. Janet Porter of Faith2Action, who is regarded as the architect of the bill, explains the unique testimony by a little person that committee members heard on Wednesday -- from the womb.

"We had an unborn child -- we actually had two of them. They not only were seen but they were also heard," Porter shares. "...We were able to zoom in on their beating hearts and with the aid of an ultrasound we could hear them as well -- and I'm hoping that it will move the hearts of legislators to pass the Heartbeat Bill."

The ministry leader and pro-life activist believes the visual/audible testimony of the unborn babies, both only a few weeks in the womb, changed some hearts and minds among committee members.

"I believe we saw some people who were surprised at just how clearly the sound of that heartbeat is and how you could see it so clearly, especially in the 15-week unborn baby," she shares. "It was interesting that the ultrasound could also make it in color so that the heart appeared orange and it was beating -- and it really jumped off the screen."

Porter says that some 50 of 99 Ohio House members have signed on to the bill. If passed by both chambers and signed into law, the bill will be the most protective of life in the nation.

Since the introduction of the Heartbeat bill in Ohio a rash of state legislators from Oklahoma, Georgia, Arizona, and Texas have asked for a copy of the bill. This may just be the beginning.

The ninth Amendment: “The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people”. The little people however, now also have a voice under the First Amendment: "Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech…and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances." Are the voices of the littlepeople finally being heard, is the petition of this grievance finally being heard?

THE BOTTOM LINE: Will this pave the way for the American Constitutional right to life, finally, for every American, not just the large bulllies? One can only hope that we can end this barbarism and hypocrisy. Since Roe-v-wade more than fifty million small Americans have been slaughtered by our own government. That’s more than any other government has killed of their own citizens in all of history. Do you think this will affect the future of this country? It already has my friend.

Interestingly I don’t find anything in the Constitution or the Declaration that the physical size of an American determines whether or not one has basic inalienable human rights.

Especially the right not to be murdered by an elitist group of supremacist bully hypocrites...

And no! I am not mean spirited, I just don’t soft-petal the truth.

de Andrea

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