Rocks and Rifle Bullets

President Donald Trump: “They want to throw rocks at our military. Our military fights back. I told them to consider it a rifle.” (in other words, if a kid throws a rock, shoot him!)

“Migrants” are on the move from Central American countries, where Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger and Ronald Reagan, along with the Catholic Church under the aegis of Pope John Paul helped establish Far-Right Repressive Regimes during the” Dirty War.” The “migrants” are fleeing countries where there is oppression and official death squads.

Bishop Romero’s Successors

In 1995, Pope John Paul II appointed Fernando Sáenz Lacalle, an Opus Dei member, archbishop for San Salvador. Lacalle was instrumental in having harsh anti-abortion laws established. A woman who has had abortion can be sentenced to thirty years in prison.
If a woman is brought to a hospital, and she suspected of having undergone a botched abortion, she is tied to her bed, and serves as an exhibit of the crime committed.[1]

Praise for the 11-Year Old Victim

In July of 2013 Chilean President Sebastian Pinera praised an 11-year-old rape victim who is pregnant, who stated: “It will be like having a doll in my arms.” Abortion is illegal in is cointy under all circumstances.

Bishop Andreas Laun

Bishop Andreas Laun of Salzburg, as well as Jesus Christ, would certainly approve.On the Emerald Isle, after women died during dangerous pregnancies, a new law permits abortion under those circumstances. (Another setback for Laun!)

Child Denied Abortion

Amnesty International, April 29, 2015: Paraguay: The life of a 10-year-old girl who is pregnant after having been raped by her stepfather is in danger. The director of the hospital publicly acknowledged that the girl’s pregnancy was of high risk to her, despite the girl being in stable health condition. A few days later, the Public Ministry ordered the girl to be admitted to a different hospital, the Red Cross Hospital (Hospital de la Cruz Roja), to monitor her health. Nothing indicates that the hospital is considering an abortion to save her life. On the contrary, according to latest reports, the girl will be sent to a center for young mothers (centro de niñas madres). The physical and psychological impact of forcing this young girl to continue with an unwanted pregnancy is tantamount to torture,” said Amnesty International’s Guadalupe Marengo in news release. “The Paraguayan authorities cannot sit idly by while this young rape-survivor is forced to endure more agony and torment.”

The hospital where the young girl was taken is considered to be a “clinic” hospital for the poor, and doctors state she will be given a cesarean section when she is full-term with the child. There is no word on whether or not she will be keeping the baby. Cesarean sections, while perhaps not as long as most vaginal births, are still painful to recover from and have the potential for problems like infection, bleeding, blood clots, and post-traumatic stress disorder.[2]

Pope Francis in the Holy City said not a word! Pope Francis visited Paraguay and stayed mum!

Herbert Kuhner