Planned Parenthood's budget was slightly over $1 billion,
but they had $18.5 million more in revenue than expenses.
They claim to have seen about 3 million patients;
but there were only 31,098 patients receiving pre-natal services
and only 841 adoptions.
Thus, of services to pregnant women,
98 percent were abortions.
Planned Parenthood is the Wal-Mart of abortion providers.


Some of the country’s independent abortion providers
who have been in business for decades
are finding that they cannot compete with Planned Parenthood,
which is subsidized by the government
and can therefore afford to offer abortions
at a lower cost than independent clinics can.
Although very competitive in terms of price,
Planned Parenthood's level of care is lower,
and patients often see clinicians with less training
than physicians at smaller facilities might have.

Planned Parenthood deadly for babies and women
(abortion causes breast cancer)

by C J Edgar, Charles Town Journal, Jan 17, 2013

Whether you like him or not, I was glad to see deception uncovered on Bill O'Reilly's show this week. He talked about the tax money spent on the infamous and deadly Planned Parenthood organization. Deadly for little babies, that is. Planned Parenthood Federation of America [PPFA] is primarily an abortion business. They are the single largest provider of abortions in the United States, killing approximately 330,000 unborn baby boys and girls [annually], according to their own latest financial report. They have also extended their poisonous and deadly activities to foreign nations, whom they consider "under-developed."

O'Reilly was making the point that abortion is their mainstay, not the other services they claim to provide for "poor women". He suggested a Congressional investigation to determine the truth. Think about it. We borrow money from China to kill our children. What insanity. As is the case most of the time, common sense could conclude that their main business is not helping any woman -- poor or otherwise. You only have to stand in front of a death camp for one day to come to that conclusion. The "other" services they provide, other than abortion is tantamount to nothing or the very least irrelevant.

The Planned Parenthood guest on O'Reilly's show babbled on about the necessity of this organization for "women's health". Would someone please tell me how killing a child in the womb produces good health? The opposite is true. The physical, psychological and mental consequences of an abortion are tremendously harmful.

In her book, BREAST CANCER: IT'S LINK TO ABORTION AND THE BIRTH CONTROL PILL, Dr Janet Dailing spells it out clearly. Under 18 years of age, for example, a woman increases the risk of developing breast cancer by 150 percent. If a woman is nine to 24 weeks pregnant, that number increases to 800 percent. Black women, the target of the founder of Planned Parenthood, have greater risk for breast cancer. If a woman has had two or more abortions, the risk falls into the 600 percent category. The Democrat party convention speakers, "shouted from the hilltops" that not providing free abortions to women was comparable to a "War on Women!" I think not. The O'Reilly Factor has, thus far, been the only television show, other than EWTN, to shout out the immoral and deadly consequences of the "pro-choice" mentality in this country.

PPFA's budget was slightly over $1 billion, but they had $18.5 million more in revenue than expenses. Abortions were the top money maker at an estimated $148.5 million and 48.2 percent of its total income. Meanwhile, "services" were down across the board, since the last annual report. They claim to have seen about 3 million patients; but there were only 31,098 patients receiving pre-natal services and only 841 adoptions. Thus, of services to pregnant women, 98 percent were abortions. PPFA is the Wal-Mart of abortion providers. Our illustrious president has jumped in to fund PPFA in whatever states pulled their funds. You have to ask yourself why?

We serve a just God. Where will this sordid business end?

watch Advanced breast cancer up in young women, CTV News, Feb 27, 2013
The disease is still uncommon among women younger than 40, and the small change has experts scratching their heads about possible reasons. The results are potentially worrisome because young women's tumours tend to be more aggressive than older women's, and they're much less likely to get routine screening for the disease. Still, that doesn't explain why there'd be an increase in advanced cases and the researchers and other experts say more work is needed to find answers. It's likely that the increase has more than one cause, said Dr. Rebecca Johnson, the study's lead author and medical director of a teen and young adult cancer program at Seattle Children's Hospital. "The change might be due to some sort of modifiable risk factor, like a lifestyle change" or exposure to some sort of cancer-linked substance, she said. Johnson said the results translate to about 250 advanced cases diagnosed in women younger than 40 in the mid-1970s versus more than 800 in 2009. During those years, the number of women nationwide in that age range went from about 22 million to closer to 30 million -- an increase that explains part of the study trend "but definitely not all of it," Johnson said. Other experts said women delaying [terminating] pregnancy might be a factor, partly because getting pregnant at an older age might cause an already growing tumour to spread more quickly in response to pregnancy hormones.... The authors reviewed a U.S. government database of cancer cases from 1976 to 2009. They found that among women aged 25 to 39, breast cancer that has spread to distant parts of the body -- advanced disease -- increased from between 1 and 2 cases per 100,000 women to about 3 cases per 100,000 during that time span. The study was published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. About one in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, but only 1 in 173 will develop it by age 40. Risks increase with age and certain gene variations can raise the odds.... He said the study "is solid and interesting and certainly does raise questions as to why this is being observed." One of the most likely reasons is probably related to changes in childbearing practices [abortion], he said, adding that the trend "is clearly something to be followed."...

[Breast cancer donors fund abortion-provider Planned Parenthood, therefore pink ribbon wearers run for the cause, not the cure ~jj]

watch Planned Parenthood "Literally Co-Opted the Color Pink": Karen Handel, YouTube (...For most people the color pink is associated with the fight against breast cancer...but Planned Parenthood cloaked itself in that colour, their website changed to pink, everything they did was pink, pink, pink, wrapping themselves, if you will, in what I call a cloak of legitimacy, in an effort to gain credibility for what they were doing...)

PlannedBullyhood PlannedBullyBack PLANNED BULLYHOOD: The Truth About the Funding Battle between PLANNED PARENTHOOD and KOMEN FOR THE CURE
For at least a decade, Susan G Komen for the Cure, the world's leading breast cancer organization, had been dealing with the backlash from pro-life conservatives because of its grants to Planned Parenthood, the world's largest abortion provider.... In 2011 the two organizations had mutually agreed to part ways amicably [after Komen cut-off funding to Planned Parenthood], but then Planned Parenthood surprisingly unleashed a media attack against Komen, waving the banner of women's health as a shield for its underlying political agenda. Public criticism against Komen intensified with damaging consequences, eventually concluding in Komen's surrender [reinstated funding to Planned Parenthood]. In daring to walk away [withdraw funding to Planned Parenthood], Komen had unwittingly ignited a battle in which it became collateral damage in a larger election-year war between liberals and conservatives for the souls (and votes!) of women and the nation's conscience -- with abortion and contraception linked as ultimate wedge issues. What exactly went on inside this firestorm of controversy? Were there larger forces at play? In this tell-all, highly charged account, Karen Handel [Komen's former Senior Vice President of Public Policy], breaks the silence and finally reveals what really happened in the winter of 2011.

Abortions becoming money-maker for PPFA, TheJournal, Jan 17, 2013

watch Karen Handel on her book PLANNED BULLYHOOD, MSNBC, Sep 13, 2012, YouTube (...Komen de-funded Planned Parenthood for being under congressional investigation and thus breaking guidlelines for agencies receiving Komen funding.... Planned Parenthood misled donors by saying it used funds to do mammograms when in fact Planned Parenthood does NOT do mammograms, only REFERS women for mammograms...)

Abortionist: "Planned Parenthood is the Walmart of Abortion Clinics", Clinic Quotes, Sep 1, 2012
Pro-choice author Melody Rose, discusses how smaller abortion clinics cannot compete with the business model of Planned Parenthood. In her article Safe, Legal and Unavailable? Abortion Politics in the United States she quotes one abortionist badmouthing the Planned Parenthood franchise... A physician in Oregon reports that new Planned Parenthood franchises in his area are making one of his offices financially untenable; whereas he has once provided 100 or more abortions per month in his Portland office, he now performs around 20...

watch Komen breast cancer organization VP Karen Hendel resigns (after villification in the media for stopping grants to Planned Parenthood), Fox News, Feb 8, 2012, YouTube






Jackie Jura
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