1110 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20005
Attn: Cecile Richards
February 24, 2015
The thousands of children your industry killed today were given the gift of life for a reason. They were never meant to be killed just as their lives were beginning. Just like you and me, they were granted the gift of life so they could exercise their free will and make their universally unique impressions on the world. When we kill our children we put into motion forces and events that affect the world in ways that none of us can foretell. When we fail to protect the most vulnerable among us we collectively diminish our humanity and allow evil to gain a foothold.
Ms. Richards, your organization, Planned Parenthood, is the leading cause of death for children in America; but you already know this. Over the past 80 years you’ve killed millions of children for nothing more than the blood money you could get for killing them. While you claim to be protecting a woman’s right to choose, you actively promote the elective killing of unborn children from conception to the moment of their birth. The evil of abortion will be looked upon by future historians as one of the greatest human tragedies of all time. My goal is nothing short of the outright end of abortion in my lifetime. Then, the historians can begin to tally the numbers and gauge the magnitude of the disaster you and your colleagues have inflicted upon the children of the world.
I try to comprehend the mindset of an organization like yours that awards bonuses to its affiliates who exceed their goal of dead children for the year. I struggle to understand how someone can work all day in one of your abortion facilities, killing innocent children, and then go home to their own children. I find it ironic that everyone working to make it easier to have your unborn child killed was allowed to be born themselves. I’m saddened beyond measure to know that as I write this, your assembly line of death is churning out the bodies of hundreds of dead children.
Ms. Richards, I lie awake at night wondering how I can stop you from doing what you do. While I’m not so naïve as to believe that this letter will ever reach your desk, I’m hopeful that someone in your office will read it and begin to think about what they do for a living. I want you to know that I have dedicated the rest of my life, if need be, to shutting you down. I want nothing for my efforts and the only thing you can do to make me stop is for you to stop killing children. It’s your move.
As always, my letters to you are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Write back and I’ll publish it, unedited.