Thursday, May 26, 2011

An RH Mantra? Why not?

Surprisingly from the PDI.


YOU WERE born yesterday. Your science is outdated. Your faith should be schizophrenic—leave it at your doorsteps.

That, in recap, seemed to be what pro-RH Bill adherents are saying to those who oppose it. Watching ANC’s “Harapan” more than a week ago, the time has come for us to shift to what is not being said because these actually speak volumes. To get anywhere near the truth which precisely cannot be afforded any denial is what is owed to a public on the verge of making an informed decision. But by arguing with the “follow what I say, not what I do” mode?

Edcel Lagman, for instance, was clearly caught on the defensive when confronted with what he had repeatedly claimed, that the RH Bill is not a population measure. [Eh?] Lagman could not counter the fact either that the Philippine population growth rate has been steadily declining. Why the need for the bill? [And Bingo was his name-o!]

Esperanza Cabral did not deny saying that the pill can cause breast cancer. Yet that fact is slurred over by pro-RH advocates precisely because it will demolish their cause. [Time to revoke the license of this woman.  A doctor who gives you medicines that will cause you your death!] I am sure Cabral did not commit a boo-boo. She is a medical doctor and knows the truth and for that we must be grateful to her. In fact, we must now use her statement as a mantra. [Cabral says the pill causes cancer...Cabral says the pill causes cancer...Cabral says the pill causes cancer...Cabral says the pill causes cancer...Cabral says the pill causes cancer...Cabral says the pill causes cancer...]  The medical evidence on the link between contraception and breast cancer is well established. But in downplaying that fact of science, is that not lying?

Risa Hontiveros-Baraquel kept on saying “no name calling” yet could not stop colleague Carlos Celdran from making an unkind cut on the still-speaking Joey Lina by saying, audibly to televiewers, “liar!” [Brat or bitch, everything fits Celdran especially with a bodice the size of the Titanic.] Who started the Damaso trend of name-tagging anyway? Wow, so much integrity is indeed at stake here, let alone proper manners.  [And he co-own with a certain Tony Ahn a reputation management company!  Wow!  First client and results are catastrophic!]

A Thomas-Aquinas-quoting Sylvia Estrada Claudio [who spawned an agnostic educated and working at Ateneo, but hated everything Catholic except the Jesuits.] admitted she was no Catholic yet could not explain how the RH Bill could in fact impose its domination on those who deem it contrary to their faith. [Let's try doing that to the Muslims, huh, Claudios?  Let's see if you can reason with them.] Imagine an employer who is Catholic face the specter of jail if that employer refuses to make available contraceptive services to employees. [Lagman says, in an interpellation exchange with Cong. Manny Pacquiao that that provision has been amended.  Wha?  First reading is not yet over and you are saying that it is already amended?  Is Lagman playing dumb by being a liar or simply a liar?]

Again, the mikes picked up Carlos Celdran, muttering audibly without being asked, that “We have the Pulse Asia and SWS surveys behind us, where the respondents did not have to pay 2.50 to text in their answers.” Precisely, the inutile selectivity for surveys. We are pleased with them only when the results are in our favor. But when a soaring 65 percent is against the bill?

It is the taxpaying public who will pay the costs of the RH Bill, truly a bonanza to multinational pharmaceuticals. [Who do you think funds the pro-RH infomercials? Who do you think funds Celdrans...] Going base in denying the truth about contraception is a vicious approach at educating the public. That approach will be futile: the history of contraception is long. [that leads to abortion.  How did America or Europe started, huh?]

We have much to learn from one of the most astute contraception magistrates of the world. To Hillary Rodham Clinton goes that credit. At the G8 Foreign Ministers meeting in Gatineau, Canada, Clinton chastised the host Canadian government, a conservative at that moment, for focusing on maternal health by omitting discussions on contraception.

“I’m not going to speak for what Canada decides, but I will say that I’ve worked in this area for many years. [worked meaning murdering millions of babies.] And if we’re talking about maternal health, you cannot have maternal health without reproductive health. And reproductive health includes contraception and family planning and access to legal, safe abortion.”

There you have it. A bogey it is not.

Besides the Cabral mantra we must now chant, add the Clinton mantra that contraception and abortion are, verily, conjoined twins. Thank you, Mrs. Clinton. [Contraception and abortion are conjoined twins...Contraception and abortion are conjoined twins...Contraception and abortion are conjoined twins...Contraception and abortion are conjoined twins...Contraception and abortion are conjoined twins...Contraception and abortion are conjoined twins...]

The US Secretary of State could not have skimmed over the fact that in Canada, the birth control pill was legalized there in 1969, the same year it legalized abortion. Just a year after, Canada Statistics reported 11,152 abortions. Today that number is a whopping 106,418, a ten-fold increase since 1970. [Those figures are murdered babies, folks!  MURDERED!] And yet how pervasive is contraceptive use in Canada? The World Health Organization reports that “among Canadian women age 15-44, 86 percent report using the pill.”  [And Lea Salonga says it would not lead to abortion.  Jasmine and Mulan is really cartoonish, ain't them?]

There is no culture or subculture in the world that has permitted contraception and then has not gone on to permit abortion,” writes Natalie Hudson in “The Contraception Misconception.”

As acceptance of contraception increases, so does acceptance of abortion. Why is this the case? Because at the root of contraception is the notion that a couple can engage in sexual activity and avoid its natural consequences. Couples who unintentionally conceive a child while using contraception are far more likely to resort to abortion than others[This was written before based on a minority report.  And that document was not well received by "experts" as well.  That document is called Humane Vitae which the highly intellectual Jesuits of Loyola School of Theology and the CICM of Maryhill School of Theology, and the Vincentian Missionaries of St. Vincent School of Theology deem "not magisterial" and not "ex cathedra".  Yup, what the pope says and writes is not for us to obey.  But theirs is.]

“Contraception alters our understanding of human sexuality by changing its purpose. The effects are far reaching and affect the way that we understand relationships, gender roles and the human person. Contraception has historically been promoted as a means of women’s emancipation, yet ironically it has led to a much greater objectification of women. Women’s bodies have become a testing ground for pharmaceutical companies to reap profits from the myth that the natural consequences of sex can be avoided; women are put out of touch with their bodies as their fertility cycles become chemically controlled; and contraception can also be used to hide the evidence of abuse that is sometimes perpetrated among young or marginalized women.”  [That is why gay groups want the RH because it legitimizes their immoral living.  That is why feminist groups, like Gabriela which was founded by a Asummption nun, is pro-RH because it "empowers" them to do with whatever they want with their bodies, including killing the live of their very own child while inside their wombs.]

“It is a sin to tell a lie,” medical doctor Rep. Janet Garin, [the wise medical doctor that says water is cancerous.] sworn to the Hippocratic oath, says. If my understanding is correct, I suppose the Garin Morality also covers not lying to the public that now has to make an informed decision on the RH Bill? Transpose that to a doctor not disclosing all the medical consequences to a patient. No wonder the ignorance is much[That was how Communist Russia did it.  And that is how Communist China is doing it.  That is how the Ampatuan clan of Maguindanao did it.  To make the idiots and the helpless cling to them.  That legitimizes their grasp on power.]

Now comes Death knocking on the Philippines’ doors. But chant the mantras.


If mantra chanting is bad according to our Faith...

I'll pass this one and let the fun begin.


Ooops wrong one.

I better memorize the ones I highlighted above.

But the last one isn't bad.


  1. I just want to share this. This is about a contraceptive for women called Depo-Provera

  2. I would like to add the many other ways women are objectified by contraception.

    I have read a study which cites that young males between 18 to 30 support contraception and abortion by a far higher rate then young women in the same age category. The reasons are not surprising in that contraception is an effective tool for predatory males to use women and then throw them away when they are done. Not mentioned is the psychological and emotional scarring left on women used in these situations.

    The vile pornography and prostitution trades are also the major recipients of the "benefits" of contraception.

    This is not 1968. After more then 40 years, the sociological, medical, and psychiatric labratory results from the countries that have embraced contraception are plain for all to see and cannot be disputed. And Cabral and their ilk go on to praise the RH bill and with straight faces.

    That the RH lobby and politicians are being funded by Planned Parenthood (i.e. Murder Incorporated) also is an alarm for the path they lead the Philippines on. Planned Parenthood is the main supplier of abortion world why. That is their business. Now they have a toe hold in the Philippines. That their founders were racists who despised Asians does not seem to bother the RH lobby in the Philippines. Money certainly has an affect on people.

    The angels must be weeping for the future of the Philippines.

    The RH lobby and politicians have certainly prepared their resumes for hell.