ABORTION – THE U.S. SUPREME COURT COMMITS CRIMES
AGAINST HUMANITY AND INVITES JUDGEMENT
The U.S. Supreme Court has considered three major abortion cases this term, concluding with its decision in the Texas case today. In the two previous cases, the Supreme Court has committed two major crimes against humanity. Today it continues with a third.
Under International Law, a crime against humanity occurs when a government withdraws legal protection from a class of human beings which results in heinous acts against them, including death. “It is with grief and respect that I make this report” says Allan Parker, President, The Justice Foundation (TJF), attorney for over 3,000 women in the three Supreme Court cases. The fact that the child in the womb is a human being, a member of the species Homo Sapiens, has been upheld based on science by the U.S. 8th Circuit Court of Appeals.
With the Texas decision, the Supreme Court has also withdrawn legal protection from another class of human beings, women. More women will suffer physical and psychological injuries and death from abortion.
On January 15, the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari (rejected) in Case No. 15-448, Joseph M. Beck, M.D., et al, v. Louis Jerry Edwards, M.D., et al. The State of Arkansas had banned abortion after twelve weeks, if there is a living, human heartbeat, and provided a Safe Haven alternative which would have taken care of every unwanted child. Instead of upholding what many people would consider a “reasonable compromise” by banning abortion after the first trimester, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to take this case and ignored the voices of 3,355 Women Hurt by Abortion and represented by TJF asking that the Supreme Court uphold Arkansas’ law.
On January 22, the exact 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the Supreme Court had the opportunity to restore legal protection for children in the womb to an even greater degree. In Case No. 15-627, Wayne Stenehjem, et al., v. MKB Management Corp., et al., North Dakota had passed a ban on abortion after six weeks and offered instead to take any unwanted children. The State of North Dakota presented massive new evidence developed since 1973 that the child in the womb is a human being, a member of the human species. North Dakota also presented massive scientific evidence that abortion hurts women, approximately 300 actual women’s testimonies, and expert psychological testimony reviewing 4,200 women’s testimonies of how abortion hurt them. The 8th Circuit had unanimously asked the Supreme Court to take the case and re-evaluate its abortion jurisprudence. To the contrary, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to take the case. By continuing abortion as a right, the Court is withdrawing legal protection from a class of human beings which results in their death. This is in fact a crime against humanity, though it is not widely recognized as such yet. It also invites the judgment of God upon a nation which sheds innocent blood on a vast scale. Abortion is the ultimate discrimination against children.
Allan Parker, President of The Justice Foundation stated: “Without massive repentance America is doomed as a nation. We are going to experience much more destruction and more terror and the probable elimination of America as a nation. But God is still saying ‘America, return to me and I will return to you.’ But time is very short. The abolitionists called the Dred Scott decision a “covenant with death and an agreement with the grave” based on Isaiah 28. Having represented the “Roe” of Roe v. Wade and the “Doe” of Doe v. Bolton, in their efforts to overturn their own cases, which the Supreme Court also refused to even hear, the words of Isaiah still ring true today that God himself says, ‘Your covenant with death will be annulled, your agreement with the grave will not stand’ (Isaiah 28:18) and ‘it will be sheer terror to understand the message.’ Isaiah 28:19.”
All 50 states now offer women a better alternative than abortion. All fifty states are saying, “Give us your baby at birth for any reason, at no cost, with no legal procedure. See www.nationalsafehavenalliance.org. Every state now says to women, “Don’t kill your baby, don’t injure yourself, let us take care of your child and you can have your freedom. This is justice for the child and mercy for the mother.”
The Justice Foundation filed Amicus Curiae briefs on behalf of over 3,000 Women Hurt by Abortion in each of the three cases mentioned above.
Cindy Collins, (TJF’s Global Coordinator for Operation Outcry, one of the over 3,000 Women Injured by Abortion) states: “As a woman who aborted her own children repeatedly; who knows first-hand the lies and deception of the abortion industry; we will not cease to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. We will continue to work to ensure justice for those who are being crushed, we will speak up for the poor and helpless, both our children and other women, and see that they get justice.”
Allan Parker is an attorney who practices before the U.S. Supreme Court and a former Professor of Law, including Human Rights Law.
TEXAS PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION – “TPPF RELEASES SUMMARY OF EXPERT WITNESS ALLAN PARKER REPORT & TESTIMONY FOR SCHOOL FINANCE TRIAL”
AUSTIN — Today, the Texas Public Policy Foundation released a report by Center for Education Freedom Director Kent Grusendorf and Policy Analyst Michael Barba, summarizing the school-finance trial expert report and testimony of Allan E. Parker.
Allan Parker is President of the Justice Foundation. He testified as an expert on school finance as a part of the Texas Association of Business, Texans for Real Efficiency and Equity in Education, Joyce Coleman, et.al. efficiency lawsuit portion of the school finance trial.Read More
Are school vouchers an issue of civil rights or simply a way to bolster private schools by siphoning tax dollars away from public education?
That question was debated vigorously at a town hall meeting Thursday evening sponsored by the San Antonio Express-News and the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Panelists included Justice Foundation President Allan Parker, former state Rep. Kent Grusendorf, Shelley Potter of the San Antonio Alliance of Teachers and Support Personnel, and former Northside Independent School District Superintendent John Folks. Express-News columnist Gilbert Garcia was the moderator.
Watch the three parts below or read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Panel-debates-school-vouchers-4318868.php#ixzz2MJImZy4e
In Broward County, Florida, a man has been convicted of two counts of murder for killing a pregnant woman and her unborn baby. The court determined that Edward Jermaine Babbs killed Stephanie Rabsatt by shooting her in the abdomen and head on Oct.1, 2009.
Rabsatt was almost 8 months pregnant with a son, who she had named Jayden. Babbs, who was the baby’s father, had been pressuring her to abort. Her refusal to have an abortion and the imminent birth of her son was what triggered the murder, according to police.Read More