Letter to Planned Parenthood Aug. 6, 2014: Repost

A year ago the Middle East was in turmoil and Planned Parenthood was killing babies by the thousands.  A year later, nothing much has changed.  Today, as the Middle East faces the specter of a nuclear Iran, Planned Parenthood faces the real possibility of losing the half billion dollars a year they get from the U.S. taxpayers.

For the last several years my primary focus in life has been closing the doors of Planned Parenthood and ending the practice of killing our unborn children.  I’ve written hundreds of letters to evil organizations and their willing accomplices.  Every waking hour I’m haunted by visions of innocent babies being ripped from their mother’s wombs and killed just as their young lives are beginning.

Last August, when I wrote the following letter to Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards, my youngest grandson, who had been born 5 weeks premature, was about to celebrate his first birthday.  I was in awe of how he had fought for his life and more determined than ever to save the lives of his yet to be born friends and playmates.

Just like the dozens of other letters I have written to Cecile Richards, the following letter, written on August 6 of last year, was never answered.  I’ll keep writing.  Sooner or later I’m confident that one of them will reach her desk.



Planned Parenthood Federation of America

1110 Vermont Ave.  NW

Suite 300

Washington, D.C.  20005

Attn:    Cecile Richards

August 6, 2014

Ms. Richards:

The tenuous truce between Israel and Hamas is emblematic of man’s struggle against his fellow man.  We fight and kill each other to what end?  What difference between any 2 people or nations is justification for killing one another?  How can a terrorist organization like Hamas dedicate itself to the extermination of an entire nation while hiding behind innocent civilians?  How can the greatest nation on earth allow an evil organization like Planned Parenthood to openly prey on its unborn children and kill hundreds of thousands of them every year under cover of its laws?

I don’t have the answer to any of these questions but I do have the solution.  Respect the freedom and Right to life of every fellow human being and accept no less from them, and most of the world’s problems would be solved.  Accept the incontrovertible fact that at the moment of conception every new life’s Right to life is guaranteed, and the world’s purveyors of infanticide would fall to the wayside.

Ms. Richards, Planned Parenthood is not part of the solution to man’s problems, it’s part of the problem.  No business that generates most of its revenue by killing its fellow human beings is of any benefit to the world.  If Planned Parenthood closed its doors tomorrow the world would be a better place.  Ask yourself if the babies your organization will kill tomorrow could decide whether they should live or die, how many would choose to die a brutal death at the hands of your abortionists?

Ms. Richards, I’m under no delusion that I can end abortion tomorrow.  I am, however, determined to end it in my lifetime.  The babies you will kill tomorrow don’t have a choice in the matter.  They have to rely on people like me to fight for their Right to life.  I accept my calling to protect the world’s children as my life’s mission and I will accept nothing less than total and complete victory.

My children and grandchildren and your children and grandchildren deserve to grow up in a world where every life is considered priceless above all else.  You’re a smart person.  You have to know that it can’t end well for an organization that kills babies for money.  You have to know that killing for a living is a zero sum game.  Ms. Richards, there is no logical argument for killing innocent children.  There is no logical argument for fighting against laws designed to protect children.  There is no logical argument for keeping the doors of Planned Parenthood open for one more day.

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.

cc: Planned Parenthood

Salisbury, Md.