Now They Want to Kill The Pill!

(Tip credit-Right Wing Watch)

On the 50th anniversary of the availability of the birth control pill, the “fetus people” are coming to DC to protest and try to intimidate the Planned Parenthood office on 16th st.

Here is their call

WHO: American Life League , Human Life International, Pro-Life Wisconsin, Pharmacists for Life International, Archdiocese of Mobile Respect Life, Operation Rescue, Jill Stanek, Generation Life/Brandi Swindell, Life Education Ministry, Pro-Life Unity, Movement for a Better America, AMEN (Abortion Must End Now), Pro-Life Action of Oregon, Children of God for Life, Expectant Mother Care/Chris Slattery, Mother and Unborn Baby Care, Defenders of the Unborn, California Right to Life Education Fund, Delaware Pro-Life Coalition, Life Guard, Homeschoolers for Life, Focus Pregnancy Center, Central Texas Voices for Life and Dubuque County Right to Life

WHAT: Protest the Pill Day 2010: The Pill Kills the Environment

This year, birth control advocates are celebrating 50 years of decriminalized hormonal contraceptives. American Life League and our co-sponsors don’t think half a century of contaminating our waterways is something to celebrate. Study after study has shown that hormonal estrogen in the water has severely damaged the ecosystem and our health.

WHEN: June 5, 2010, 11 a.m.

WHERE: Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington D.C. 1108 16th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 (Planned Parenthood is one of the largest distributors of birth control in the country.)

WHY: “The birth control pill is not only killing preborn children and women, it is killing our environment,” said Judie Brown, president of American Life League, “How long will we stand by and ignore the fact that hormonal contraception wreaks havoc on our children, women’s health and the planet?”

For additional information please visit http://www.thepillkills.com

The people behind this festival of the fetus is the nasty little group called “American Life League”
From Right Wing Watch:

American Life League
Founded by Judie and Paul Brown with help from right-wing strategist Paul Weyrich, the American Life League (ALL) is a spin-off from the National Right to Life Committee with a more grassroots orientation.
ALL is closely aligned with the Catholic Church and opposes birth control, stem cell research and euthanasia.
ALL was an enthusiastic backer of the extreme anti-abortion tactics promoted by Operation Rescue.

American Life League
P.O. Box 1350, Stafford, VA 22555
Website: http://www.all.org

Established: 1979
President/Founder: Judie Brown
Finances:: $7,365,884 (2003)
Membership: claims 300,000 members
Formerly known as: American Life Lobby
Board Members: Judie Brown; Scarlett Clark; Mildred F. Jefferson, M.D.; Robert Sassone, Esq.; and Phillippe Schepens, M.D.
Read the latest news on the American Life League on the group’s Right Wing Watch index page
To end all forms of abortion without any exceptions made for the health and life of the mother, rape or incest.
ALL’s work includes campaigns against the use of all contraceptives, lobbying for “abstinence-only education” and the elimination of sex education in public schools.
ALL also fights against euthanasia, fetal tissue and embryo research, and questions the use of vaccines, such as rubella, that are created from human tissue cells.
Brown has strongly criticized President George W. Bush for not supporting the Human Life Amendment and has chastised other conservative groups for giving him any support.
According to Judie Brown, “Abortion is never necessary to save a mother’s life.”
Organizes grassroots activists.
Lobbies on behalf of its issues.
Produces educational materials and publishes a weekly newsletter.
Participates in legal action.
ALL has its own voting mobilization project.
Sells anti-abortion clothing, jewelry, stickers, and brochures.
In 2004, ALL published a full-page advertisement in USA Today urging Catholic priests and bishops to deny Communion to Catholic legislators who support abortion rights.
ALL’s early networking created the foundation for the outspoken anti-abortion movement in the 1980s and the established movement as it exists now.
ALL helped to establish the “rescue” movement, which made the use of aggressive tactics to disrupt reproductive health services commonplace.
These tactics, adopted and popularized by ALL, include “sidewalk counseling,” clinic blockades, and the systematic harassing and intimidation of patients, clinics and doctors.
According to Brown these activities are “free speech” and in 1994 ALL filed charges over the Freedom of Access to Clinics Act (FACE) in American Life League v. Reno.
ALL lost in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court refused to hear the case.
ALL defends anti-choice activists who have been arrested for blocking clinics and has applauded the controversial work of Operation Rescue and Randall Terry.
In 1996 when Bill Bennett and Ralph Reed questioned the GOP’s absolutist anti-abortion plank, Judie Brown gathered together 11 pro-life leaders including Family Research Council’s Gary Bauer and Focus on the Family’s James Dobson to express their strong support of the Human Life Amendment and collective rejection of any exceptions for abortion.
Judie Brown is allegedly a member of the clandestine right-wing organization Council for National Policy.
In 1979, Judie Brown broke from the National Right To Life Committee to form ALL.
Within less than a year of its founding, ALL had 68,000 members.
ALL received virtually free publicity from religious-right leader Paul Weyrich with the help of right-wing direct mail specialist Richard Viguerie’s massive membership lists.


The latest way ALL was “Celebrating Life” was a sign they sponsored and paid for to be distributed at the 9/12 TeaBagger march in DC this past September of 2009.

The sign “Bury Obama Care With Kennedy” Was paid for and distributed by The American Life League which proves the way they believe in “Celebrating Life”.

ALL's Logo at the Bottom of the Tasteless Sign

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5 responses to “Now They Want to Kill The Pill!

  1. Missing ALL their marbles

    I remember seeing a group of idiots with the ALL signs at the big Ron Paultard Rally a few years ago. I believe one of the people holding the ALL signs was wearing a fur coat.

    Here is a close up of the sign corner with ALL’s info
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/42406957@N04/3912841771/sizes/o/in/photostream/

    More info on ALL:
    ALL charged that Disney had concealed subliminal sexual messages in a number of its animated films, including The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, and Aladdin. Disney denied all claims made by American Life League.

    Here is the article about it too prove how BATSHIT CRAZY these people are:

    Disney’s Loin King? Group Sees Dirt in the Dust

    By Leef Smith
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    September 1, 1995
    You say you’ve watched “The Lion King” 50 times with your children and never caught the “sex” scene?

    Look again, says a Stafford, Va.-based Christian group that is protesting split-second imagery that it says has debased the G-rated animated movie.

    American Life League (ALL), an antiabortion organization boasting 300,000 supporters across the country, has asked Disney to apologize to its fans for including what is says is inappropriate sexual material in several of its films.

    The most recent example, it says, involves Simba, star of Disney’s “Lion King.” Forlorn over the death of his father, the young lion flops dejectedly on the ground near the edge of a cliff. The result, offended viewers say, is a cloud of dust particles that swirls and swoops to form the word “sex,” and then quickly fades away.

    “The Walt Disney Company claims to be a provider of wholesome family entertainment, but the message in The Lion King’ is not clean, it is not wholesome, and it is not fun,” said ALL spokeswoman Tracey Casale. “It has no place in a child’s movie.”

    Disney spokesman Rick Rhoades rebuffed the group’s claims as a “perception thing.”

    “They’re seeing something there that isn’t,” Rhoades said. “It’s just ridiculous to think that we’d put out a movie containing something less than a wholesome image.”

    ALL says it first learned about the “Lion King” scene in July when a New York woman called to say that her 4-year-old son caught the message. The group — which began a boycott of Disney films in April to protest the movie “Priest,” saying that it misrepresented the Catholic Church — claims the company has a long history of sneaking “sexual messages” into its animated films.

    In particular, ALL has denounced a scene in “Aladdin” in which it says a voice whispers, “Good teenagers, take off your clothes.” The Disney script reads: “Scat! Good Tiger. Take off and go.”

    Even more troubling, the group says, is a scene in “The Little Mermaid” in which the minister at Ariel’s wedding allegedly gets an erection. Disney says the critics are seeing the minister’s knee.

    Disney took its lumps last year when viewers of a laser-disc version of “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” claimed that when they freeze-framed the animation, they found everything from frontal nudity to Michael Eisner’s home phone number.

    “All of these movies contain something sexual in nature,” insisted Casale. “You can’t help but think that Disney is not what they have portrayed themselves to be.”

    © Copyright 1996 The Washington Post Company

  2. Rachel

    If you love the pill so much…take it. My cousin (age 27) had a stroke last year as a result of taking the pill. She was healthy and didn’t smoke. Yet this is what women really deserve? Taking pills, and having our babies ripped away from our bodies is supposed to uplift us?

    While you fight against the protesters and they fight against you – you both ignore the women who are actually suffering.

    • ladylibertyslamp

      Oh really? Sorry about the story you tell about your cousin, but there are hundreds of thousands of women who can take the pill safely.

      Why are you not going after the other types of pharmaceuticals who are causing much worse health issues, like these anti-depressants and mood stabilizers?

      The up lifting part is with the pill, women have sexual freedom.
      They don’t have to be brainless harpies who only care about the ugly dress they are going to wear on their wedding day.

      They have their own sex life without having the fear of getting knocked up if they don’t want to.

      And please, tell us out “uplifting” it is for women to be forced into breeding like farm animals by the patriarchal bull shit you are lapping up on your knees?

      I agree, condoms are a healthier choice, but, the pill is more accurate.

    • Anonymous

      Millions of women worldwide take the pill. For every 100,000 women who take the pill, 8.5 suffer strokes. Want to know what else bumps up that stroke risk? Salon haircuts. Stop framing this as some sort of cartoonish farce of evil doctors forcing birth control on helpless women. Bands of villanous doctors aren’t roaming the countryside “ripping babies out of mothers’ wombs” either– if you have to lie to make your point, your argument is lost.

      Please– and this is not a rhetorical question, so I would like an answer– tell me how thousands of women being forced to undergo back-alley abortions “uplifts” them. Tell me how women being forced to carry to term babies that are the product of rape or incest “uplifts” them.

      Religious answers don’t count.

    • Kill The Bridezilla

      Women shouldn’t be bothered with freedom and independence the only thing that should be on their weak little minds is THIS:

      “I need a pretty belt to go with my wedding gown. I love this Lela Rose belt (not sure what its called but its always pictured with the gallery gown). Anyway if anyone has one for sale let me know. Otherwise I’m going to have to fork over almost $600 if I want it. Eek!”…signed-Loser Cunt With No life